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That's a very different profile than what TMF has.

Whatever is to be said for the rest of it, Kronos cannot be a wholly owned subsidiary since its stock trades openly.

Now again, the question is how NL benefits from Kronos sales, if all they do is own the stock.

I do not like companies which are mostly owned by a few people, but with so few shares available for trade, big moves can occur.

But this is definitely not a long term hold.

At some point I owned VHI, KRO, and NL. I think I made money on all of them.

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