As our positions have gotten larger, we often find ourselves in situations where we can’t trade out positions quickly. There have been cases where we own, say, one million shares and we think we want to sell, but we can only sell 25,000 shares right away. You could say, “Why bother, it’s only 25,000 shares?” But our feeling is that’s silly it might only help solve 2.5 percent of the problem, but the problem is now 2.5 percent smaller than it was. We also find that as you begin to exit a position, sometimes the stomach tells you whether you want to keep going, accelerate, or whether it isn’t really necessary.