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If the above conditions are true and there are will most likely not be any great price fluctuations (nor interest fluctuations), then might it perhaps be more advisable to buy and get the higher yield if SJM is fully-valued

Over the last year SJM has gone from about $24 to $36 for a 50% gain. The earnings growth over the last few years (from the figures someone, I think yofluke provided on this board) has averaged about 5%. Looking at a one year log chart, there have been about 6 times the price has declined by more than 5%. It seems as if your hypothesis is incorrect.

Hamish Rose
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