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Hello,

thanks for a response and your timely input to the scene. I understand where you got on the train and where you are coming from. It is good caustion that you offer. Obviously with supply and demand, even a good or great stock is worth nothing if the market for sales is not there. No volume is a new concept to me. I have been doing fundamental numbers and investing in management teams.

this may be a new educational experience in small cap company .

I do believe that eventually the earnings do determine the price and that when one gets in. they should know their assumptions and when they want to get off.

this also calls for monitoring the company regualary to sense when to get out.

12 to 18 months is a point of critical evaluation for me.

I do believe I have more retail than I really need.

Again, Your input is well taken and I look to observing and learning from my evaluations and expectations to see how I am in JUDGEMENT.

Of course my judgement is sharpened by mistakes and I can then improve.

Woodrow
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