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I'm posing this question to markoose (and anyone else who cares): Why would one want to further refine and subdivide tweeners? Why try to predict which tweener will become a rulemaker? Since one can't own every stock out there, why not just focus on relatively safe bets with rulemakers and high risk/high reward with breakers? So far if I've labled a company as a tweener, I'm looking elsewhere to invest. Please note it is very hard to convey tone in writing; I'm not trying to be snotty, just wanting to stimulate a discussion of the potential merits of some companies that don't fit the RM/RB pigeon hole.

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