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I agree that it would a waste of time to (1) chase down every analyst's change in target price or (2) read every report changing a rating from market perform to under perform. Everyone keeps trying to pin me to a straw man argument I clearly did not make. Re-read my messages and you'll see that I set out a list of factors I think the team should consider in deciding whether to address an analyst report. Those factors will all exist in very few cases. In those cases, I think a short email, like the one Tim *actually* posted, would be warranted and helpful. Tim's email certainly helped me, and anyone who says it did not help them must know a heck of a lot more about MELI than I do.

I'll leave this topic to others, if anyone wants to continue it. But please don't criticize a proposal I never made, namely that the Fool has to read and respond to every analyst report, target change, etc.
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