Stock Dividend and Split History

Stock Split and Divident History - 12/12/2008

Beginning Shares (example): 1,000 Original Shares Owned

Record DateDate PaidPercentageExample
07/21/1997 09/04/1997 10% 100 / 1,100
(NEW ISSUE /TOTAL OWNED)
09/25/1998 10/02/1998 5% 55 / 1,155
(NEW ISSUE /TOTAL OWNED)
11/15/1999 11/22/1999 3/2 SPLIT 577 / 1,732
(NEW ISSUE /TOTAL OWNED)
11/24/2000 12/15/2000 7% 121 / 1,853
(NEW ISSUE /TOTAL OWNED)
12/03/2001 12/17/2001 7% 129 / 1,982
(NEW ISSUE /TOTAL OWNED)
11/08/2002 12/03/2002 7% 138 / 2,120
(NEW ISSUE /TOTAL OWNED)
11/07/2003 12/02/2003 7% 148 / 2,268
(NEW ISSUE /TOTAL OWNED)
11/08/2004 12/03/2004 7% 158 / 2,426
(NEW ISSUE /TOTAL OWNED)
11/07/2005 12/02/2005 7% 169 / 2,595
(NEW ISSUE /TOTAL OWNED)
11/01/2006 11/29/2006 2/1 SPLIT 2,595 / 5,190
(NEW ISSUE /TOTAL OWNED)
11/02/2007 12/07/2007 7% 363 / 5,553
(NEW ISSUE /TOTAL OWNED)
11/10/2008 12/12/2008 5% 277 / 5,830
(NEW ISSUE /TOTAL OWNED)
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