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Would you not expect that we are no where near the end of turbulant times? Coming off of the short periods of gains (IMO) is followed by sales to convert gains to cash. Couple that with the still existing liquidity problems and you amplify that effect by many times over.

The basics of the company (financials, cash, debt, management, product and pipeline) will still dictate the long term gain.

At some point, we will be exiting this mess with the financials and when we do credit will be tighter than ever. The spread in the lending rates is the only way lending can generate profit and reduced risk (lending only to secure companies) will be the norm rather than the exception.

Savor those companies with growth, cash and little debt.

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