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Cost of Trading

The cost of trading includes more than commissions, fees, and premiums. The cost of trading takes in all monies paid and foregone in the pursuit of opportunity in trading stocks, commodities, futures, and options contracts. Online brokers can attract clients with the promise of low commissions. Although commissions count in the cost of trading they can pale in comparison to the cost of trading in low volume with large spreads between bid and ask prices if traders do not place limit orders. The cost of small cap stock investing especially can mount up if volume is low and liquidity nil. Part of trading analysis needs to extend beyond the spot price and the strike price, beyond Candlestick chart analysis and fundamental analysis to look at the cost of trading in various markets and conditions.

Commissions and fees are something that you will see on the printout of your trades. Commissions have certainly come down from what they were years ago although fees are still with us. This is part of the cost of doing business. For the active trader it makes all the sense in the world to trade blocks of equities at a flat rate instead of a percentage.
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Home Renovations vs. Early Retirement, Market Timing, Life Insurance when Traveling, and more!

For those wondering how to decide between saving to retire early and convincing oneself to spend money on home renovations, Canadian Dream arrives in time by comparing Home Renos Vs Early Retirement.

Free may not be free as Canadian Personal Finance Blog finds out: Free is a Good Price (but still can be expensive).

Michael James on Money provides a comparison post by discussing about Embedded Commissions: Mutual Funds vs. Cars.

Thinking whether the time is right to invest? Waiting to time the market? Boomer and Echo helps by asking When Is The Best Time To Invest?.

The Retire Happy blog discusses about CPP adjustments through 3 adjustments made to CPP after it’s in pay?

Although we wish that no one would have credit issues, the reality is likely to continue to be different. F

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Is Amazon Prime Worth It?

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  • We’ve been Amazon Prime members for the last few years, and for the most part, it’s made financial sense for us. We make plenty of purchases on Amazon, and when Christmas time comes, the two-day free shipping it includes is amazing for last-minute shopping.

    At $79 per year (under $7 a month), Prime is reasonable for anyone who would ordinarily spend that much per month on shipping costs — especially because membership includes thousands of free streaming media titles (similar to Netflix) and roughly 500,000 free Kindle ebooks. So if you shop on Amazon frequently, enjoy streaming media, and read a lot of books, this is a good deal.

    But back in March, Amazon announced it’s raising its Prime rate to $99 per year, which is an additional $20. That’s about $8.25 per month. Since Amazon is eager to maintain its massive Prime customer base, it’s added a new benefit: Prime Music. Similar to

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    The Association of Proposal Management Professionals – National Capital Area (APMP-NCA) Mid-Atlantic Conference & Expo Schedule is Live

    Hundreds of Proposal Management Professionals Prepare for the APMP National Capital Areas Largest Educational and Networking Event in the Washington, DC Area

    LIGHTNING RELEASES: Washington, DC – The Association of Proposal Management Professionals National Capital Area has launched their Mid-Atlantic Conference and Expo 2014 conference schedule, detailing a variety of learning opportunities for the area’s leading educational and professional development event for proposal management, capture, business development and graphics professionals. APMP-NCAs Mid-Atlantic Conference and Expo will be held November 21, 2014 at the Sheraton Premiere, Tysons Corner, VA.

    The Mid-Atlantic Conference & Expo provides a rich array of learning experiences and development opportunities, delivered in five 4-session tracks. The theme this year is The New Normal: Strategies for Tomorrows Market.” The conference also offers a huge Expo, where vendors will present the latest tools and services they offer to increase productivity, effectiveness, and win rates. Speak

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    JDS Uniphase (JDSU) to Split into Two Companies

    Shares of JDS Uniphase Corporation were up +1.71 or +14.17 percent to $13.82 in Thursday’s premarket, after the company announced late yesterday that they would be splitting the company into two publicly traded companies to promote growth. JDS Uniphase stock closed up +0.395 or +3.37 percent to $12.10 per share in Wednesday’s regular trading session.

    Milpitas, California based JDS Uniphase Corporation is a component of the S&P 500 and is the result of the 1999 merger of JDS Fitel and Uniphase Corporation in 1999. The company specializes in the design and manufacture of products for optical networks, network equipment manufacturers, cable operators and telecommunications service providers. The company operates 80 offices that service clients in 160 countries.

    The announcement yesterday stated that the company would commence a tax free spinoff of its commercial laser and optical components division with the remaining company, a network and service enablement company. JDS

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    In Florida, An Appraisal Award May Be A Final Determination Of Liability For A Bad Faith Case – Update

    On August 30, 2014, I wrote about a hot topic in Florida that concerns whether a policyholder can pursue a bad faith case against their insurance company after the claim proceeds through the appraisal process and an award is entered: In Florida, an Appraisal Award May Be a Final Determination of Liability For a Bad Faith Case. Continuing on the discussion of this topic is a recent case of Merlin Law Group attorney Kelly Kubiak from Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal (“4th DCA”), Cammarata v. State Farm Florida Insurance Company.1

    The 4th DCA issued a thorough opinion on this topic complete with a detailed analysis of the case law in Florida related to appraisal and bad faith. In the case, the policyholders appealed a summary judgment finding that they could not pursue their bad faith case. The insurance carrier argued that because it’s liability for breach of the contract was not determined, the policyholder could not pursue the bad faith case. The policyholder argued that the insurance company’s liability for coverage and damages was determined in appraisal, so they could pursue the bad faith case.

    The 4th DCA held that an insurer’s liability for coverage and extent of damages through the appraisal process can be used as spring board for the bad faith case. The 4th DCA

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