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Hello mishedlo,

CRA was discussed beginning with post #354. Tinkershaw points out, in post #355, that the only thing that might keep CRA from being a gorilla are the low switching costs. However, CRA does have most of the gorilla traits and is, like you stated, as close to gorilla status as can be.

I myself, having limited funds, picked up HGSI at $90 per share right after it split. I should have sold something to pick up CRA two days ago. Oh well, good luck with your holdings. They should turn outstanding profits for years to come.

I'll stay tuned to see how the brighter minds on this board put it all together.

Have a great weekend,
stibbles :)
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