### What is the approximate probability that an investor

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Over the past four years, a stock produced returns of 14 percent, 22 percent, 6 percent, and -19 percent. What is the approximate probability that an investor in this stock will not lose more than 30 percent nor earn more than 41 percent in any one given year?

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