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January 28, 2008

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Dollar cost averaging is one of the first investment principles I learned and it has served me well. However, like Warren Buffet, I will increase my position in stock of an excellent company (value) when the price becomes extra-ordinarily attractive - and push aside timed timed purchases.

Yea, notice after all of the excitement last week about a market crash the markets have gone up. Not significantly, but there was a brief opportunity to buy there.

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