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You have really been pushing on this $50 for 75 cents of value thing. I realize that there are some shares that are pulling this kind of valuation, but they are the relative few and there are also a good deal with out there with more reasonable valuations as well. I also realize that you are probably exagerating some to out a little punch behind your opinion on valuations. Personally, I agree that stocks, in general, are a little higher valued than I personally would like. However, my posts on GDP and Jobless claims really were not intended to back up my responses to your post on Warren Buffet or to debate stock valuations. They were instead directed toward the health of the economy.

I do doubt that we can keep up the 7.2% estimate in upcoming quarters, but this could be the extra energy to get our economy to start adding jobs, which IMO, is the important thing here to sustaining our economy at this time.
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