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July 21, 2008


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The actual data rarely equals the average. This is true whether we are speaking about markets or demographics or whatever...

However, I do find that looking for a REACTION in the time/price areas you mention is valuable.

The Financial Philosopher


I agree. Averages are valuable for reference and perspective but not a basis for prediction.

Thanks again...


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