Is The Economic Cup Half Empty Or Half Full  (Part 1)   Q4 2010 Letter To Friends Of Silver Oak 022011
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From the vantage point of examining the known risks, we would say that the economic cup is half full. It is the impact of future unknown risks that concern us. (Can you say Middle East, Japan, ...

From the vantage point of examining the known risks, we would say that the economic cup is half full. It is the impact of future unknown risks that concern us. (Can you say Middle East, Japan, or...?)

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