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you can try actually buying some, and if you don't like the way it feels, then sell.

That's a great perspective too, Carpian.

I work for a small sector of a large company that feeds all types of institutions - among them prisons. I looked hard at CXW thinking that I too, on some level, profit or participate from fairly servicing the prison systems. I bought a bit of CXW & then over the course of the year dug deeper.

I ended up selling at a marginal loss. I knew how my company acted but I couldn't fully see another company's practices, so I moved on. Hypocritical? Perhaps - these grey areas are quite grey at times.

Best,

K
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