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O.K., the recent unpleasantness has pushed prices down,
and people are taking some of their money out of funds
(like the ones managed by GROW). What are the prospects?

I like that GROW has no debt to speak of, but even after
the lower revenues of this year, things are not looking good.
Assets Under Management seems to have dropped dramatically.
We may be looking at another 40% drop in earnings for next year.

Anyone have any visibility into this? With a smaller customer
base, can we make enough profit? At 1$/share cash flow estimates,
does that leave you wanting to wait to buy until under $7 per share?
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