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It would be a lot easier if they moved to a simple buyback program and really tucked in when prices are low

For someone who can communicate so clearly, WEB's communication on buybacks are tortured. Setting aside that, I think price should not dictate the buyback pace, rather go automatic like buy some # of shares daily and you can always pull back if the price gets too high or accelerate if it gets too low.

Trying to game the buyback just doesn't work.
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