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XRX - Xerox Corporation
 
 Amount Invested  Date
 # of Shares
Purchased
 # of Shares on
12-29-17
 Stock Price on
12-29-17
Total Value on
12-29-17
 
 $5,000
 1-2-1975
 96.1538
553.8786
 $29.15
  $16,145.56
 
 $5,000
 1-2-1980
82.6446
412.8836
 $29.15
  $12,035.56
 
 $5,000
 1-2-1985
132.0132
469.4630
 $29.15
$13,684.85
 
 $5,000
 1-2-1990
86.5801
238.7470
 $29.15
  $6,959.47
 
 $5,000
 1-3-1995
51.5464
113.2679
 $29.15
  $3,301.76
 
 $5,000
 1-3-2000
206.7183
68.46332
 $29.15
  $1,995.70
 
 $5,000
 1-3-2005
294.6376
93.3656
 $29.15
 $2,721.61
 
 $5,000
 1-4-2010
579.3743
175.8584
 
 $29.15
 
 $5,126.27
 
 $5,000
 1-2-2015
363.6364
99.6508
 $29.15
 $2,904.82
In 2017, Xerox Corporation spun off Conduent, Inc.  XRX shareholders received 1 share of CNDT for every 5 shares of XRX held.  As a result, additional value should be added to each investment time frame.

1975 additional Conduent value $6886.13.
1980 additional Conduent value $5133.20.
1985 additional Conduent value $5836.63.
1990 additional Conduent value $2968.24.
1995 additional Conduent value $1408.21.
2000 additional Conduent value $  851.17.
2005 additional Conduent value $1160.77.
2010 additional Conduent value $2186.37.
2015 additional Conduent value $1238.92.
Xerox Corporation (XRX) at one time was considered one of the "big boys" and a solid blue chip pick, but times have changed.  Unfortunately, the past 45 years haven't been very kind to Xerox Corporation.  A $5,000 investment at the beginning of 1975 would have only grown to a little over $23,000 at the end of 2017.  In fact, each investment period in the Stock Performance Guide from 1995 to 2005 has actually produced a negative return for Xerox.  In February 2001, Xerox quit paying a dividend and later restored a quarterly dividend at the end of 2007.
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