An investor bought 100 shares of Copier Corp. for \$65 a share. The firm paid an annual dividend of \$2 a share. Commissions were \$75 to purchase and \$75 to sell. The price of the stock rose to \$100 and the investor sold. What is the percentage earned on the investment?

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1. How long did the investor keep the stock?

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2. Ii don't know it didn't say. That's the full question!

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3. It can't be answered because we don't know how many years the investor received the dividend.

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4. Ok. Thank you!

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