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You are correct.....I will revise my answer 100 x 50 = 5000 + 10 in commissions (I originally wrote 20 in commissions - buy and sell) 100 x 52 = 5200 + 10 in commissions (I originally wrote 20 in commissions
K.F., Your break even price is when your sales proceeds are equal to your cost basis Cost basis = 5020 + 5220 = 10,240 Sales proceeds would have to equal 10,240. The sale would need to equal
Hi Kenneth, A lot of people still use brokers to buy stocks. However, the percentage of people who use brokers to buy stocks is probably lower now than it was a couple of decades ago. Brokers also buy
Kenneth, Your break even is at whatever price it takes to make your money back. You add all of the money needed to buy shares + commissions. This equals your cost basis. When your sales proceeds
Hi Len, You would need to run the data through an optimization model that at a minimum includes the returns, the volatilities as well as the correlation data. You might be able to do this in excel.