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Question...does this take into account dividend yields?

Thank you

As a past AT&T employee, I like your chart on the 500 shares. However the print is quite small. Is it possible to get a larger copy? Thanks.

This is the best graph I have found for determining present value of AT&T from prior to divestiture.

Thanks for you help.

Look for stock value here

http://donaldjduhon.com/tradestocks

Yesit does

Any chance we could get an update to present time? Awesome chart!

This is the best graph I have found for determining present value of AT&T from prior to divestiture.

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