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Do you have an exit strategy for GNI?
I believe the trust is set to expire in less than 3 years with common shareholders not being left with much.

On another board, I did not agree with someone's analogy. I came up with my own- picking up half-
dollar coins in front of a steam-roller. I can hear the steam-roller coming, I just don't
plan on being in its path the last block or two (say 2014 & 2015). Before that, I can
harvest those dividends. The lament is that I could have harvested both dividends and capital
gains (currently, one purchase is slightly red, but including the div, is positive). Maybe a
risky proposition to some, but one I'm comfortable trying. Otherwise, there wouldn't have
been additional purchases.
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