Business & Finance: Three Nice Profits

¶ Had a man been able to buy all the common stock of the Nash Motors Co. at the lowest figure at which it was quoted during 1925, he would have paid about $53,000,000. And could he have sold it all at last week's quotations ($141,141,000), he would have made a profit of over $88,000,000. For last week in one day Nash stock jumped 52 points to 517—and then the news came out. President C. W. Nash announced a 900% stock dividend. He also stated that the company in nine years of life had...

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