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Lee posted, in pertinent part:

But I have a hard time swallowing the argument that "the analysts just don't understand our plan". I could possibly accept "the analysts disagree with the merits of our plan, but our results over time will prove we are right and they are wrong"

Valid point. But I think that was what the CEO was saying. Otherwise why would management be concerned about trying harder to make their business plan clear and understandable? While I don't recall the word "transparency" being used, it seemed clear to me that that was what the CEO was saying they needed to strive for.

David, long AFR.
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