There is an ancient legend about a group of blind men and an elephant. As the story goes, each blind man touched a different part of an elephant’s body (tusk, ear, leg, etc.) and each came away with an entirely different perspective about what the elephant was like. Obviously, none of them had a complete perspective. To comprehend the elephant in its totality, they would require additional information. Like a blind man trying to describe an elephant without all the necessary information, anyone who has tried to describe a public company faces a task of mammoth proportions.
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