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Hi, syung.
You're correct that there's no individual commentary on those stocks, but the team did provide this broad guidance for the category (in the introduction to the report):

"Our Medium Confidence list includes companies that, for a variety of reasons, aren't thriving right now but that we don't think you should sell at today's prices. They could have good business models but might be in a cyclical industry, in a turnaround situation, or under new leadership. If these stocks were to rally 35% or so, without the promise of a bunch more growth to come, we'd probably think about taking some profits. But for now, hold on. Others may be faring better business-wise today but are trading at less-enticing prices because they're already fairly or richly valued."

If you have questions about a specific company, you could ask on the company's board. Any company board that's had activity over the past two years will still be available even after the May 10 closure of the HG website.
--Tracy, HG editor
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