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Todd Winningham IV has $4,800 to invest. He has been looking at Gallagher Tennis Clubs Inc. common stock. Gallagher has issued a rights offering to its common stockholders. Six rights plus $48 cash will buy one new share. Gallagher’s stock is selling for $66 ex-rights.
a. How many rights could Todd buy with his $4,800? Alternatively, how many shares of stock could he buy with the same $4,800 at $66 per share?
b. If Todd invests his $4,800 in Gallagher rights and the price of Gallagher stock rises to $70 per share ex-rights, what would his dollar profit on the rights be? (First compute profit per right.)
c. If Todd invests his $4,800 in Gallagher stock and the price of the stock rises to $70 per share ex-rights, what would his total dollar profit be?
d. What would be the answer to part b if the price of Gallagher’s stock falls to $40 per share ex-rights instead of rising to $70?
e. What would be the answer to part c if the price of Gallagher’s stock falls to $40 per share ex-rights?



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