J Darrin Gross
I'd like to ask you Marcin Drozdz, what is the biggest risk?
I was gonna say if it's an insurance question, I'd say the replacement risk right now is the biggest thing that is certainly ringing in my head. But if we're speaking in general, contextually as the biggest risk, I think, right now, the biggest risk is not doing anything, and sitting on the sidelines and pontificating on what's going to happen next. Because you know, regardless of where we think things are going to go, and regardless of political leanings, left, right center, wherever you're at wherever you're going. Ultimately, if you stand still, if you stood still, for the last 12 months, you're you you experienced erosion of purchasing power, like you've never seen. And we've always known that inflation was kind of never we never, I don't know anybody that believes that inflation historically was 2%, or 3%, or whatever. We were told it was historically, but let's assume that was accurate for what it for the purposes of what we're talking about. Today. They're flat out telling you, it's six, seven, whatever, 8%. And that trend is only compounding. So for anybody who's sitting still and figure trying to figure out how to move forward. I think that is the absolute biggest risk right now.