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August 28, 2007

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David

Kent,

That is a very good way of looking at things when it comes to your long term investments. Reminds me of some of the things that Jim Puplava was saying to listeners in a recent Financial Sense Newshour broadcast.

http://www.financialsense.com/fsn/BP/2007/0818.html

Basically, he's saying that if you've come to understand why you are invested in a certain area, and you believe that your investment thesis is sound, you will be able to better ignore or take advantage of the short or intermediate term shakeouts and panics.

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