In wake of the horrible earthquake and tsunami that has overwhelmed Japan, investors might be fearful of a prolonged market downturn. We are still optimistic on the market for 2011. Prior to the Japanese crisis, the market was experiencing a correction which was quite normal, considering the rapid pace of the upswing. It is our belief that Japan's natural disaster exaggerated this correction and caused panic selling in the last couple days. We do not believe this crisis will result in a prolonged market downturn. History has shown us that the contrary, in fact, happens in these types of situations. Typically, a natural disaster results in large stimulus spending for reconstruction. As ill-fated as the circumstances are, the Japanese economy and its major trade partners, such as the US, China and South Korea, will likely see growth in wake of what has happened. We continue to hope for the best for the people of Japan as we monitor the situation.