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CPB - Campbell Soup Company
 Amount Invested  Date 
  
# of Shares
Purchased
 
# of Shares on
12-30-16
 Stock Price on
12-30-16
  
Total Value on
12-30-16
 
 
$5,000
 1-2-1980
164.6091
 7464.7603
 $60.47
 $451,394.06
 
$5,000
 1-2-1985
 73.1261
2597.6075
 $60.47
 $157,077.33
 
$5,000
 1-2-1990
90.4977
 703.6532
 $60.47
  $42,549.91
 
$5,000
 1-3-1995
112.9944
 391.5655
 $60.47
  $23,677.96
 
$5,000
 1-3-2000
134.2282
 212.1042
 $60.47
  $12,825.94
 
$5,000
 1-3-2005
168.2935
231.6087
 $60.47
 $14,005.38
 
$5,000
 1-4-2010
147.6233
178.6748
 $60.47
 $10,804.46
 
$5,000
 1-2-2015
113.6364
119.2739
 $60.47
 $7,212.49
Campbell Soup Company (CPB) has produced a steady stream of dividends over the years.   In fact, until 2001 the household name soup company had a very long string of rising dividends.  As you can see from Campbell's (CPB) stock performance guide, a $5,000 investment at the beginning of 1980 would have grown to over $451,000 by the end of 2016.  On March 31, 1998 Campbell Soup had a spinoff of Vlasic Foods (VFI).  Unfortunately, Vlasic was very heavily leveraged in debt resulting in bankruptcy filings in January 2001.   As a result, the VFI shares create no additional value above the Campbell Soup Company shares.
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