We tend not to average down. I think this is a common mistake, when you don’t realize there’s something out there you’re missing and you compound the problem. We’ve instituted a soft stop-loss that is triggered whenever a position causes a 1% loss on the overall portfolio from cost, say a 5% initial position falls 20% from where we bought it. We don’t automatically sell, but there’s a high bar to keep something in the portfolio, let alone add to it. At the end of the day, markets are too efficient to totally ignore price action. If we’re going to be wrong, we usually know in the first year and can cut our losses. Better to admit it then rather than later.