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Subject:  Re: Groupon Inc Date:  8/21/2012  10:23 PM
Author:  zse4rf Number:  3569 of 4167

In my opinion, one should always use the current yield, by which you can compare your current investment, today, with what you could get from a competing investment, today. The past is over and done with.

That said, it is often gratifying to see what a good yield you got by buying and holding on to that past investment

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