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okay, what is your basis (cost) for the Ferber stock if you bought 87 shares at the Day 1 high?

24.76

Or do I multiply 24.76 by 87 ?

okay, that's the basis for 1 share, but you bought 87 of them, right?

24.76 * 87 = 2,154.12

Right. And if she sells at the high price on Day 5, how much does she receive?

I'm not sure how to do that math, do I divide it or multiply and then subtract or something else?

what is the high price on day 5?

26.05

so, if she sells 87 shares at 26.05, how much does she receive?

She would receive $2,266.35

Okay. How much of a percentage increase is $2266.35 over 2154.12?

I know the monetary difference is $115.23 but I'm not sure how to see the percentage increase

might be easier to remember as
\[\text{% change} = \frac{finish - start}{start} * 100\%\]

So the answer is 5.21%?
Thank you so much once again for your patience and help!

but that works only if you have the same number of shares!