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Slyace,

Since you were kind enough to emphasize my thoughts about the market's tendency to undervalue gorillas, I'll add a follow-up to add clarity.

While I do believe it will be possible if not likely that Gorillas will at times become over valued, I don't believe the increased undertanding of Gorilla Gaming by the masses will ever cause the opportunity for profits to be lessened in the long term. That's because it's my belief that the masses won't have the discipline to stay the course through a major correction, much less a full-blown recession.

Right now Gorilla Gaming appears attractive enough to hoards of people, enough so that I believe the attraction (even when completely misunderstood) plays a part in the unprecedented rise in certain high-tech stocks. But the very people who feel the pressure (so to speak) to buy now before the "new investing paradigm" fully values or overvalues the stocks are the same people who will be the first to abandon the tenets of Gorilla Gaming when the economy tanks and maybe when the first bit of disappointing news that Rule #10 tells us to ignore is released. When that happens, those who have the talent and discipline to act according to the principles the authors provide us, one of the most important being to do so in the the longest of long terms, will be richly rewarded beyond traditional expectations of increased net worth.

My opinion.

--Mike Buckley
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