Sorry to be late. We were marching.
George is right. Yahoo! has done a great job with this. It lets you specify a date range over which to view the daily, weekly or monthly closing prices. It shows dividends, stock splits and volume — and then in a final righthand column translates the old price (Intel sold for $86 on January 15, 1974) into today’s terms, adjusted for splits (21 cents). But don’t delete your Bigfoot bookmark. These Intel numbers come from Bigfoot. Yahoo!, when I went to check them, said it had no Intel stock-price data from January 1974.
Parks Stewart: “Bigcharts also has historic PE’s, which allows you to see how a stock is being valued respect to where the market has been valuing it. For instance, MSFT never seemed to break a 75 (!) PE. Whenever it got there, it tanked. I waited for one of those p/e peaks to sell mine.”
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The subjects of every state ought to contribute towards the support of the government, as nearly as possible, in proportion to their respective abilities; that is, in proportion to the revenue which they respectively enjoy under the protection of the state.~Adam Smith, The Wealth Of Nations
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