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Subject:  Re: Stonemor’s 10.25’s of ‘17 Date:  2/12/2013  5:48 PM
Author:  brewer12345 Number:  34783 of 36218

To bring that down to 2% of AUM would require an account of $200k, which is roughly twice the investment assets of 80% of investors. And to bring the risk down to where it really should be for one’s B3/B- rated tranche --0.25% to no more than 0.5% -- the asset base needed to manage the risk becomes humongous.


Lets make it a lot simpler: if you don't know what you are doing or you don't have a strong risk tolerance, you should not buy this sort of thing.
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