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The following comment on Letter Type B,
or variations thereof, was submitted by
37 individuals or entities on S7-10-04.

Letter Type B:

Mr. William Donaldson
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
450 Fifth Street
NW Washington, DC

RE: Proposed Changes to the "Trade Through Rule"

Dear Chairman Donaldson:

This letter is written in support of the current requirements that broker dealers and all institutional and retail money managers be required to obtain as a first priority the best price for their clients.

As investor and employee of JNK Securities Corp., it is my request that any licensed securities representative be at all times required to seek the best price when purchasing or selling any security for my account, and never be allowed to put their own interest ahead of my own.

I ask that the SEC redouble its efforts to protect my investment interests, by vigorously enforcing the current rule and restraints as required by the "Trade Through Rule" and to take whatever additional measures are necessary to guarantee the full protection of my investment interests; interests, which are no doubt primary in the active pursuit of the best price at all times- wherever and on whatever Exchange they may be found.

Thanking you in advance for your serious consideration of this most urgent request, I. remain.



Modified: 05/18/2004