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RTTrader,

Please don't think me immodest or rude, but I did not find your post useful in the least. Your main argument--losing money is bad, HANS has lost money, therefore HANS is bad-- is not terribly enlightening. All stocks lose money. Likewise, "Learn the game" is an adage that is all rhetoric and little substance.

My predicament remains, and I'd like to hear what David has to say:

is HANS, now at an 18.86 P/E (.39+.46+.45+.29 / 30) a screaming bargain (ideally one which David would back up by adding to more HANS to his portfolio) or has the company fundamentally changed, thereby making this price point a fair one at which to exit stage left.

"Losing money is bad." Yes, yes it is.

S + M
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