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Thanks for the quick reply, Hewitt.

Pages 42-51 of your book talk about the 5-minute test. Good stuff, but I'm more concerned with the 30-second tests you referenced on pages 63 and 79.

Those tests are very simple to do, and so my question was: how valuable are the results from the 30-second tests? If they are as good or nearly as good as the full-blown income statements, then I'll just use them. If they are not as good, or don't tell me the same/requisite information, or are simply not useful, then I won't rely on them.

How would you want your readers to view and/or use the 30-second tests?
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