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HD - Home Depot, Inc.
 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
 9-23-1981
416.6667
209,442.4849
 $189.53
  $39,695,634.17
 
$5,000
 1-2-1985
 291.9708
19,568.3488
 $189.53
 $3,708,789.14
 
$5,000
 1-2-1990
132.4503
 3,907.4500
 $189.53
  $740,578.99
 
$5,000
 1-3-1995
110.1928
 712.4706
 $189.53
 $135,034.55
 
$5,000
 1-3-2000
76.7018
108.2141
  $189.53
  $20,509.82
 
$5,000
 1-3-2005
116.0093
158.7299
 $189.53
 $30,084.09
 
$5,000
 1-4-2010
174.3983
210.3171
 $189.53
 $39,861.40
 
$5,000
 1-2-2015
48.3419
51.5338
 $189.53
 $9,767.20
Home Depot, Inc. (HD) has had an incredible 35 + years of existence.  If you would have purchased $5,000 worth of Home Depot the day of its initial public offering (IPO) on September 23, 1981 you would have accumulated well over 39 million dollars by the end of 2017 through dividends, stock splits, and price appreciation.   In fact, since Home Depot's IPO it has had 13 stock splits.  However, most of these stock splits came during Home Depot's (HD) early years.  The last stock split was at the end of 1999.  However, since that last split, Home Depot's stock has still produced varying levels of impressive investment gains through the end of 2017.
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