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I've long thought this company had potential as a cash king rulemaker. They are the brokerage I personally use. I, like elan in the original #157 post, am finding it difficult to use the SCH 10q and 10k numbers in the spreadsheet. They don't break down long and short term debt and I haven't a clue about "cost of goods sold." to calculate gross margins. I'm not sure who to compare them to in the competitors category. Merril Lynch? Fidelity? E*Trade? I think I'd have to compare them to a representative of each type of company that Schwab competes against (i.e. all 3)

Other thoughts?

-MarkV
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