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Lee,

Were those studies done at the service level? It seems that for Pro, this would be relatively easy to conduct as there is a real life portfolio with allocations, reinvestments etc. to compare against. I mean for example, what one does with the freed up money matters a lot as to whether you should have sold a position. With Pro that is a known. But for other services? What kinds of assumptions had to be made for that study?

This is a sincere question and I’m just seeking to understand various approaches. I’m skeptical of a generalized study that results in a conclusion that TMF sold too quickly. I’m sure there’s much more to it than that, so maybe there’s some info that’s available you could point me to? Thanks

Paul
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