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Thank you for your reply.

I believe my decision ultimately comes down what I think the long term prospects are for my company. Since I'm fully vested in all of my options and they will be expiring in 4 years - 8 years. So if I sell the most recent ones that expire in 8 years now and the stock drops the older ones will still be in the money, but if I believe the stock will rebound it doesn't really matter.

Well you have given me some food for thought.

Thank you,
Wesr79
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