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I understand your point about valuation. All stocks are only worth whatever the market is willing to pay at any point in time -- regardless of the intrinsic value of the business. I believe the market is fickle. Otherwise, why would knowledgable investors in WFM bid down or bid up that stock in sympathy with other unrelated enterprises. While I don't disagree with your comments, this helps explain the reason that I sold 75% of my WFM shares before the recent big plunge. It is now back to about my selling price. For a couple of days, it looked like I might have guessed right in the short term at least. But, tomorrow is another day.

scarver2...happy investing.
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