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My comments is not to make any financial decisions to your portfolio.
I have seen this in the past not just with software but also appliances.
Some things works good if not excellent when you purchase an item or product.
But what is really funny is that most consumers purchase items that perform equivalent if not a little less equivalent in value to accomplish the same task. Products are valued in price when it comes to the amounts being paid .... sometimes.

For example:
VHS's and Beta Video Players.... We know Beta is better but everyone would rather pay for the least expensive item if it does basically the same thing.

So now that Trevar uses the software he likes it and couldn't function with out it, he is surprised to see a financial problem with the company.

Be cautious with stocks as well as products and items being purchased. You may not get any tech support, upgrades, help and/or other problems that may occur in the future. Like loosing your back up disks or backup's are corrupted .....etc.

Be well,
Best of luck in your investments.
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