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cost basis - how far back till "missing"

 
 
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      02-16-2012, 11:42 PM
I have a few older stocks on my (and my son's) Schwab accounts
that are missing their cost basis,
and I have to manually update their entries....

Was wondering what you might have found
with your accounts, with respect to how far back
did the brokerage houses have the cost basis info in the database.

My missing ones were:

Apple - 1984
Ameritech -> ATT -> 1998
Cisco - 1991 & 1996
Compaq -> HPQ -> 1984
Lilly - 1994
McD - 1990
Starbucks - 1993
Bell Atlantic -> Verizon - 1988
Disney - 1992
Fisher Price -> Mattel - 1991



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