tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-30128229.post115781243690340709..comments2018-06-23T04:44:03.050-06:00Comments on MarketFN.com: Trading Stocks Under $10 Per ShareEric Aafedt, Publishernoreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-30128229.post-26800445854222181812009-06-28T16:57:37.635-06:002009-06-28T16:57:37.635-06:00Anonymous, you are so right about anything divided...Anonymous, you are so right about anything divided by zero and I corrected that misstatement long, long ago. I guess you missed that in your hurry to criticize. I am interested to have you further educate me, however. If I make a dollar a share and have a zero investment to do it, what is the return? At least an old lawyer is still willing to learn.<br />Bill KraftBill Kraft, MarketFN.comhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/08274803638438137352noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-30128229.post-19877597774078015392009-06-27T14:46:56.433-06:002009-06-27T14:46:56.433-06:00"Remember your middle school math -- anything..."Remember your middle school math -- anything divided by zero equals zero."<br /><br />No, this is not true. Division by zero is undefined. Multiplication by zero results in zero. Back to grade school for you. I must note this is par for the course for a lawyer, to be explaining that for which they only have a glimmer of understanding.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.com