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<<They might also want to wait for it to stop falling>>

If their investing style leads them to take such considerations into account, then by all means they should--although I would suggest that people who are definitely looking to get it but are waiting for a good entry point should monitor the situation pretty closely, cause one never knows what kind of announcements (say, of some kind of NOK deal) could emerge in weeks and months to come.

Total newbies, of course, should probably not get in at this point unless they've done a lot of homework and independent DD, because they'll worry too much and get shaken out by all the FUD flying around.
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