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Subject: Re: Whose Definition? Date: 7/12/2006 2:06 PM
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Hi Bob,

It is always *your* definition just as any decision you make regarding your life. I think it is unwise to be too analytical. The whole point is to make your investing decisions based on the broader picture and who you are, not just by analyzing the company's financials.

Personally, I tend to over-think things and am constantly reminding myself that it is rarely necessary.

gen5tex
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