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This move definitely solidifies LHSP's position as the leader in SR. One of my main concerns with the company was that Dragon's products seemed to be just as good as LHSP's (at least in the english language). Now that they have purchased dragon, the only remaining significant competitor is IBM, which doesn't seem to be placing the same amount of resources behind SR than LHSP. If you believe that this technology will go mainstream then LHSP is definitely the stock to buy. I still don't believe that this move warrants the company being placed back on the top ten list since only the companies position in the market has changed, not the market as a whole.

Krash
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