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Collecting that bid as the premium represents a 7% return against the $10 commitment, or a 5.4% annualized rate of return (at Stock Options Channel we call this the YieldBoost). Click here to find out the Top YieldBoost Puts of the S&P 500 Selling a put does not give an investor access to BZHs upside potential the way owning shares would, because the put seller only ends up owning shares in the scenario where the contract is exercised. And the person on the other side of the contract would only benefit from exercising at the $10 strike if doing so produced a better outcome than selling at the going market price. ( Do options carry counterparty risk? This and six other common options myths debunked ). So unless Beazer Homes USA, Inc. sees its shares fall 45% and the contract is exercised (resulting in a cost basis of $9.30 per share before broker commissions, subtracting the 70 cents from $10), the only upside to the put seller is from collecting that premium for the 5.4% annualized rate of return. Below is a chart showing the trailing twelve month trading history for Beazer Homes USA, Inc., and highlighting in green where the $10 strike is located relative to that history: The chart above, and the stocks historical volatility, can be a helpful guide in combination with fundamental analysis to judge whether selling the January 2015 put at the $10 strike for the 5.4% annualized rate of return represents good reward for the risks. We calculate the trailing twelve month volatility for Beazer Homes USA, Inc. (considering the last 250 trading day closing values as well as todays price of $18.13) to be 47%. For other put options contract ideas at the various different available expirations, visit the BZH Stock Options page of

USA Today mulls pay wall for website

USA Today, with total circulation of 1,674,306 including print and digital editions, is the third largest daily in the country, after losing its longtime number slot to the Journal in 2009. Total circulation was down 7.9 percent in the most recent six-month period, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulations. Kramer acknowledged that the price hike the first in nearly 6 years will trigger another drop in circulation, especially through the iconic white boxes the paper installed on sidewalks more than three decades ago. We think sales in the boxes will drop by about a third, he said but added that is only a portion of the circulation. He said the boxes will not be scrapped entirely, but they would be taken down in some areas and concentrated in high traffic areas. Most people are not going to have eight quarters in their pocket, he said. He offered no breakdown on the percentage of sales currently going through the boxes. He said some of that erosion will be offset by selling the paper in new retail outlets after hatching recent deals with Starbucks and Duane Reade. At the same time, Kramer said that for the first time in five years, print advertising was up in the first half of the year compared to the same period a year ago. He also said that the company is engaged in a test, dubbed Project Butterfly, which will send more USA Today content to other Gannet-owned papers. A USA Today branded section containing dispatches from the News, Life and Money sections will run as a stand-alone section inside dailies in four cites: Indianapolis, Rochester, NY, Fort Myers, Fla., and Appleton, Wis. The USA Sports section will run independently in each papers sports section. With print in decline, USA Today Editor-in-chief David Callaway said he has already moved to a digital-first sensibility with the first story meeting of the day starting at 8:30 in the morning.


When he was apprehended he told investigators that he had dozens of slave computers to carry out his crimes and it was later discovered that he has targeted over 300 women. Abrahams would snap photos of the women, totally unbeknownst to them, and then contact them demanding additional erotic pictures and actions. One girl was so frightened that she stripped in front of the cameras on Skype to appease his requests. How could it happen to you? Hackers can break into your computer from remote locations and turn on your computer cameras without your ever knowing it. Miss Teen USA Wolf says there was no indication that her computers camera was turned on. My computer light never came on, so I wasnt aware. This person had been taking pictures of me in my room, changing clothes from putting on outfits, walking back and forth from the shower, she said. I received an anonymous email from an anonymous person [who] basically was extorting me and blackmailing me. I saw that he had attached nude photos of me that he had taken in my bedroom. Wolf says she screamed when she first saw the initial email from Abrahams and that she felt as though she were in a horror movie when she realized what he was demanding from her. Abrahams didnt just target Wolf, though; he targeted 350 women by scouring Facebook and other social media networks. He had built a literal army of computers to carry out his scheme. Abrahams is just one of a multitude of hackers who are out there right now, planning on targeting people for sextortion, regular money extortion and more. During Abrahams interaction with Wolf he told her that her dreams of becoming a model would be turned into those of a porn star. He also didnt confide his deeds to the United States.

2013 Spirit International USA Team Young and Talented

The main attraction this week is in Athens with No. 10 Georgia hosting sixth-ranked LSU. For the Bulldogs, it will already be their third game against a top-10 opponent. The Tigers have played TCU away from home, but this will be the first test for their young defense against an elite offense. WEEK 5: Full TV game schedule for weekend Also in the SEC, No. 1 Alabama will face surging Mississippi. The 22nd-ranked Rebels already have won at Vanderbilt and Texas. Beating the two-time defending national champions would be another feather in the cap of Hugh Freeze. The Tide could get a challenge if its offense continues to struggle. No. 12 Oklahoma visits No. 22 Notre Dame in a matchup of two of college football’s traditional powerhouses. The Irish physically dominated the Sooners last year on their way to the BCS title game. Oklahoma will have to rely on the arm of Blake Bell if it can’t establish a running game in South Bend. No.

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He is currently a sophomore at Oklahoma State University and was 2013 Big 12 All- Conference. Jordan won the 2013 Western Amateur, 2013 Wisconsin State Amateur, 2013 Wisconsin State Match Play Championships and 2011 Wisconsin State Open Champion. He resides in Mequon, Wisconsin. Scottie Scheffler, 17 2013 U.S. Junior Amateur Champion. Three time AJGA Rolex All- American. Member of the 2013 Toyota Junior World Cup and 2012 U.S. Junior Ryder Cup teams. Quarterfinalist at 2013 U.S. Amateur. He led Highland Park High School to the Texas 4A Championship in 2013.