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You don't seem to get it. Your organization cultivates interest primarily by sullying the reputations of investments banker firms that have hundreds of years of experience and are subject to stringent SEC scrutiny for impropriety. Then someone calls you on the carpet for some of your "stock strategy" and you get completely indignant. Meanwhile you are not half as disclosed as any decent financial journalist. (Either that or your hampsters own no stocks at all, which is worse--people who own nothing telling people who own something what's good and bad about a stock). So let's get off to a good start. Let's see what you own, Phool, and when you've traded what in the past three years. You don't have to give figures. Just percentages as they relate to your own port.

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