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    Daniellll is offline Member
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    Default justified vs justifiable

    do we say that "if the price of the stock is low then it is: justified or justifiable?:

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    Default Re: justified vs justifiable

    Quote Originally Posted by Daniellll View Post
    do we say that "if the price of the stock is low then it is: justified or justifiable?:
    From answers.grammarly.com :
    "Justified" means it has been thought about and given a reason.

    "Justifiable" means that it is possible to find a good reason for action.

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