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While I will stipulate that the market in the US tends to enforce a shorter-term horizon, I'm not sure that what we're seeing here is an issue with that horizon. Rather, it seems like Phoenix is failing to execute on a number of levels and is paying a high price for that short-term failure. That Phoenix's long-term plans are being discounted heavily based on current execution levels should be no surprise. A better question might be: can an institution with a marginal reputation, such as Phoenix, survive the swings in market value that most such marginal companies seem to suffer today?

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