I was paying my mortgage by trading at TD Ameritrade. (I had started out at Wells Fargo, where I paid $243 for a 100 share trade of SLB which my financial adviser there suggested. I used Yahoo to see how things were moving and I chose a few stocks on my own that were less per share. One of them was up a hundred dollars in a few days, but I thought you "had to" hold a stock for a long time, like at least a year... so I failed to sell it. And it went down. I was surprised. By the time I had problems at TD Ameritrade I was well aware that stocks fluctuate and it's a good idea to "realize" a profit.) Okay, so here's the question: when TD Ameritrade changed their Command Center it wouldn't show dollars for me, it would only show cents. I tried to get tech support/help but they gave me a series of wrong responses. I have a bit of brain damage so when I couldn't remember the dollars I had to keep going back to check and it just took too long to ever get things to work in terms of making a hundred dollars a day... if you don't have brain damage and I hope you don't, it's probably hard to understand what it's like after you lose over half of your processing speed and half of your working memory. Here's the question, (really): Please will you look at the page I did showing the responses TD Ameritrade gave me that were wrong http://www.health-boundaries-bite.com/TDAmeritrade-Fails-a-Disabled-Client.html and tell me how angry you would be, or ... maybe I should ask, how angry you would be if you were me.