I think both of you have valid points. First, if the ENRON employees had a choice on how to invest their 401K money, they were imprudent in putting it all in ENRON stock. I have a good friend who did the same at Proctor and Gamble, and when the stock hit the skids several years ago he lost about 50% of his stash. But, many people are not as experience in investing as members of this board.The second point is that ENRON top managment has acted in a way that is contemptable and possibly illegal. Employees,dumb or smart, don't deserve to be screwed by these fat cats.So, you guys are both right and both your points are valid.
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