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"Suppose an investor acquired 1 Round lot of Walden stock at $30/share last year. If the investor received a $1.00 per share dividend during the year and sells the shares at year-end for $32 each. a. What is the Dollar Return? b. What is the percent return? c. If the stock market closed at 12,080 and the date of purchase, and 13,000 on the date of sale, did you beat the market
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