They’re both high debt companies. TEVA is bigger. Former subscribers are in TEVA. I think its fine for them to still own it, but it wouldn’t be a new recommendation.
And,…we wouldn’t buy a stock just because one thing may get approved. We only buy companies because they are first fundamentally solid and fundamentally cheap. THEN, if they happen to additionally have something that can be a new catalyst additionally, that’s fine. That’s where we were in GILD when we were in it.