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The Working Capital Model - Part 2

Cost Basis is the total amount paid for a security, any security, in the portfolio. The cost basis of a dollar of cash is $1. Cost Basis includes commissions and exchange fees, and will be reduced on occasion when returns of capital are distributed. Cost Basis is the very foundation of The Working Capital Model.

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