Investments Toyota Motor Company The Buckle Hermann Miller Corn Products International
Toyota Motor Co. 850 shares $68.81/share $58,486.29 Gain of $10,295.71 Gain of 17.604% Toyota is Japan’s leading car manufacturer. They make anything from compact cars now to making work trucks.
The Buckle 1000 shares $29.80/share Net cost- 29,801.85 Gain of $5,398.15 Gain of 18.113% Ladies choice (Michelle) With about 370 mostly mall-based stores in 38 states, The Buckle sells new ‘trendy’ clothes to 12- to 24-year-olds. Mid- to higher-priced casual apparel includes names from; Dr. Martens, Fossil, Lucky, Polo, and Silver.
Hermann Miller 1000 shares $9.62/share 9,623.70 Gain of $4,056.30 Gain of 42.149% A top US manufacturer of office furniture. The firm is known for developing designs for corporate, government, home office and leisure, and health care environments. Herman Miller's products include filing and storage systems, freestanding furniture, lighting, seating, textiles, and wooden case goods.
Corn Products International 500 shares 19.18/stock $9,588 Gain of $977.00 Gain of 10.19% The company makes food ingredients and industrial products from corn and other starch-based raw materials. Its customers include food, beverage, pharmaceutical, and paper manufacturers. More than half of its sales come from sweeteners, including high-fructose corn syrup used to sweeten soft drinks.
Good and Bad All of our stocks did fairly well and never went in the negatives Our best stock would have to be Toyota Motors because it had the highest gains per share, we made 17.60% increase and a $10,295.71 gain. The worst stock is probably the Corn Products International, with only a $977 gain it did the least work for us.
We didn’t even think that we would come close to being up in the top 10; but we did and just watched the stocks, and guessed what to do as in buy or sell.
Edward Jones Investments Castle Bank Northern Illinois University Econ Illinois