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December 10, 2008


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Tom Chechatka

This, indeed, seems a most timely observation in the current environment. I've recently been using the example of Peloton Partners. Same result, different financial asset. One simply cannot assume that, although a majority of players might recognize an asset as being cheap, they likewise possess both the gumption and the wherewithal to snap up the values...

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