Then, copy that formula down for the rest of your stocks. But, as I said, dividends can make a huge contribution to the returns received for a particular stock. Also, you can insert charts and diagrams to understand the distribution of your investment portfolio, and what makes up your overall returns. If you have data on one sheet in Excel that you would like to copy to a different sheet, you can select, copy, and paste the data into a new location. A good place to start would be the Nasdaq Dividend History page. You should keep in mind that certain categories of bonds offer high returns similar to stocks, but these bonds, known as high-yield or junk bonds, also carry higher risk.
You see, she was gonna be an actress, And I was gonna learn to fly. She took off to find the footlights, And I took off to find the sky. Oh, I've got something inside me, To drive a princess blind. There's a wild man, wizard, He's hiding in me, illuminating my mind.
Oh, I've got something inside me, Not what my life's about, Cause I've been letting my outside tide me, Over 'till my time, runs out. Baby's so high that she's skying, Yes she's flying, afraid to fall. I'll tell you why baby's crying, Cause she's dying, aren't we all.
There was not much more for us to talk about, Whatever we had once was gone. So I turned my cab into the driveway, Past the gate and the fine trimmed lawns. And she said we must get together, But I knew it'd never be arranged.
And she handed me twenty dollars, For a two fifty fare, she said "Harry, keep the change. I stashed the bill in my shirt. And she walked away in silence, It's strange, how you never know, But we'd both gotten what we'd asked for, Such a long, long time ago.
The album was less successful than the last, selling , units. The album also contained the Chapin anthem, "Circle". It contained previously unreleased tracks from both albums. Career peak — [ edit ] In , Chapin released his third album, Short Stories.
The song is sung from the point of view of the disc jockey, who is singing to his ex-wife. It was inspired by American radio personality Jim Connors. The song became a top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot , a top 10 in Canada, and top 10 and 20 in various other countries. Other notable songs from the album not released as singles are " Mr. The song, "Mr. Tanner", was loosely based on a pair of New York Times concert reviews of baritone Martin Tubridy — once in  and once in The album sold 2.
The song is about a father who doesn't find time for his son during the boy's childhood; ultimately the son grows up to be just like his father, not making any time for his dad. Verities and Balderdash peaked at number 4 on the Billboard The song is a true story of how he met his wife, Sandra Chapin.
It is a semi-fictional account of a truck crash that occurred in Scranton, Pennsylvania , transporting bananas - based loosely on a March 18, accident involving truck driver Gene Sesky. In , Chapin released his fifth album, Portrait Gallery.
However, the album was less successful than the last, selling , units. Later years — [ edit ] By , Chapin was established as one of the most popular singers of the decade. He released his first live album, Greatest Stories Live. However, Elektra Records underwent a management change and gave almost no promotion for his later albums with Elektra, but they all sold at least , units each and charted successfully.
By the end of the decade, Chapin concentrated more on touring than producing hit singles, but still released one album a year. He signed a one-album contract with Boardwalk Records , and released his ninth studio album, Sequel. The album has been described as his fastest breaking album.
Three singles were released, with all of them becoming hits. The first single, "Sequel" , became a top 25 hit on the Billboard Hot The song is a followup to Taxi. The last single, " Story of a Life ", became a hit on the Bubbling Under chart. The album sold , units. Personal life[ edit ] Chapin met Sandra Gaston , a New York socialite eight years his senior, in after she called him asking for music lessons.
They married two years later. Chapin wrote several additional songs about her, including "Shooting Star" about their relationship, and "Sandy". He had two children with her, Jennifer and Joshua, and was stepfather to her three children from a previous marriage, Jaime, Jason, and Jonathan. Philanthropic work[ edit ] Chapin resolved to leave his imprint on Long Island. He envisioned a Long Island where the arts flourished, universities expanded, and humane discourse was the norm.
His daughter Jen said: "He saw hunger and poverty as an insult to America. He also released a book of poetry, Looking Seeing, in More than half of Chapin's concerts were benefit performances for example, a concert  to help save the Landmark Theatre in Syracuse, New York , as well as hunger causes such as food banks , and proceeds from his concert merchandise were used to support World Hunger Year.
Among those he helped is filmmaker Michael Moore , who, in , got help funding his Mid-Michigan based independent newspaper startup, The Flint Voice, with Chapin benefit concerts. Chapin donated an estimated third of his paid concerts to charitable causes, often performing alone with his guitar to reduce costs. Mike Rendine accompanied him on bass throughout Harry wasn't interested in saving money.
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