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Purchase Date: Purchase Price: Trailing Stop %:

SP500 - April 16 2014
Latest Close: Change: Previous Close: 1-Day Range: 1-Week Range: 1-Month Range: 52 Week Range:
1862.31 19.33
(1.05)
1842.98 1846.01 - 1862.31 1814.36 - 1872.53 1814.36 - 1897.28 1536.03 - 1897.28

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