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For you to buy a number of shares of the new GGP-A, you must think that there as virtually no chance that GGP would re-enter bankruptcy again the way they did a few years ago. I assume that this is probably your current thinking. Is it?

You did state in a prior post that the leverage they have is one of the major negatives. Doesn't this worry you more than a little?

I do think that the company is on much more solid footing than it was back in 2008-2009, but that is partly based on improved market and credit conditions, which could change and deteriorate once again.

Wondering what you think about this?

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