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Thanks... I'm certainly going to make sure I check up on the quarterly reports, but from an IETC point of view, what do other people do with the info? It isn't possible to do a full analysis (nor, I think, is there time). You might be able to do the 30-second checks for defensive and enterprising profit from the book, but they are less accurate so they may not square with the full-year numbers, and you'd also have to look at the same quarter of previous years.

Sounds like a lot of work, and I'm trying to find best practices. How do you keep up with your companies between 10-K's?

Thanks.
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