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I enjoyed your article. Your article actually prompted me to think about how companies can combat such an onslaught of inuendo and unproven attacks. Certainly, I believe shorts have a much needed place in our markets. I most certainly enjoy reading a different take on a company than the herd. After all, wasn't Chanos correct about HP. Weren't others correct about housing. Certainly those who ran up the red flag on Kodak, Best Buy etc... did investors a service by trying. However baseless and for profit over attacks are nefarious and evil. So how does a company fight these types? I am very interested on your take of EBIX and a solution. I posted one that I think would be luncay but is certainly good for banter. I hope to hear your thoughts or other bloggers/article writers at the Fool.
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