Subject: File No. S7-07-13
From: Everett McDonough

October 9, 2013


Cost   1. To have as a price.
2. To cause to lose, suffer, or sacrifice: Participating in the strike cost me my job.
3. past tense and past participle costed To estimate or determine the cost of: The accountants costed out our expenses. 


Potential is a powerful word.  It is often used as an excuse for people not to do their jobs to the best of their abilities.  SEC please do you job and make the country we live in more accountable.


Everett McDonough