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  1. #11
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    Hey Webs how about a dart contest.
    Ray Long

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    Quote Originally Posted by New-born baby
    Webs.....Investing in SIRI did more for you than Howard Stern did for SIRI...
    lmbo!

    Webs, looking forward to reading your journal of exploits. May a thousand profitable entries snag themselves in your web!

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    Heres to THE WEB HEAD
    A new leader in the Group
    He made a killing in Sire
    Let's hope his next pick is not a DOUP!!!!!!!

    Bottems Up DUDDY and live life with a little more emotion
    those were crockadial tears in your inductive speach.
    GO BIG RED!!!!!

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    Webs, Good luck with your new venture. You're out of the blocks with an impressive start. As you know I've been studying DWA and my opinion has changed. I was fortunate to get out with about 1.35 gain per share. Here are my reasons pro and con:
    THE GOOD
    1. Speilberg and the boys have lots of creativity and brains.
    2. In the long run they'll probably be successful
    3. Shreck is a great product and their selling record numbers of DVD's
    4. Their earnings seem to be in line with estimates, no hyping or wild exaggerations

    THE BAD
    1. The stock is volatile two or three bad days in a row would really hurt and nothing in the near future seems to justify two or three good days in a row
    2. Do you want to hold for a year or two waiting for the next blockbuster?
    3. There doesn't seem to be a ready supply of product for continuous sales
    4. Have had a few flops in the past two years releases
    5. They are relying too much on Shreck 2,3,4, etc.
    6. Insiders will be able to sell shares legally in a couple months they got them for free or $28 and the lure of a quick million or 2 may just be too tempting
    7. Announced delay of the next Shreck
    8. Bear Sterns has them rated underperform

    I hope you'll take this into consideration before adding it to As The Web's World Turns portfolio.
    billyjoe
    Last edited by billyjoe; 12-10-2004 at 09:35 AM. Reason: spelling

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebign1
    111% profit is Huuuuuuge! Now you can buy some OFG. lol.
    I sold approx. 40% of my SIRI for a gain of 164% and I get to hang onto the
    other 60% for free. Plus I made some cash. GO SIRI! up, up, and away!! lol.
    Now I think Intel looks good & cheap. Any comments?

    Regards, Norm
    I just put INTL on my list.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IIC
    Webs...where did we first meet???...I think it was IBD Forums before I got summarily banned...Well, not actually banned...but...Let's just say I'm not appreciated over there.

    Look forward to playing you in the movie...You know they always put a better looking actor in the lead than the original person...lol
    Don't worry...I don't think some of the IBD'rs like me either. I'm suprised I haven't been banned for promoting Mr Market and posting links to this Website. Hey, but who cares...If they can't take a joke, fff....uh...they'll get over it.

    Webs...

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe
    Webs, Good luck with your new venture. You're out of the blocks with an impressive start. As you know I've been studying DWA and my opinion has changed. I was fortunate to get out with about 1.35 gain per share. Here are my reasons pro and con:
    THE GOOD
    1. Speilberg and the boys have lots of creativity and brains.
    2. In the long run they'll probably be successful
    3. Shreck is a great product and their selling record numbers of DVD's
    4. Their earnings seem to be in line with estimates, no hyping or wild exaggerations

    THE BAD
    1. The stock is volatile two or three bad days in a row would really hurt and nothing in the near future seems to justify two or three good days in a row
    2. Do you want to hold for a year or two waiting for the next blockbuster?
    3. There doesn't seem to be a ready supply of product for continuous sales
    4. Have had a few flops in the past two years releases
    5. They are relying too much on Shreck 2,3,4, etc.
    6. Insiders will be able to sell shares legally in a couple months they got them for free or $28 and the lure of a quick million or 2 may just be too tempting
    7. Announced delay of the next Shreck
    8. Bear Sterns has them rated underperform

    I hope you'll take this into consideration before adding it to As The Web's World Turns portfolio.
    billyjoe

    You're right...too risky...forget DWA.

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    Here's one I think may have bottomed out.
    GES - Looks like it closed at $12.18. This was the first stock I ever bought. I bought at $14.10 and sold at $14.68 1/2. Not much of a gain, but I was determined not to lose on my first trade.
    I'll be looking at this one on Monday.

    I thought hard about SIRI, but I didn't do it. They're supposed to be listed on the QQQQ, but I don't think it will matter. This dog is going down...I hope. I'll buy after it nosedives again.

    KKD - Donut anyone? Will KKD make a comeback. Will the lowcarb freaks flake out and come back in force to demand their donuts? Will Mcdonalds buy out KKD and have a McDonut on every corner? KKD in China? India? Alabama? I'll keep watching.

    WIN - I keep watching this one for a comeback. Every true redneck shops Winn-Dixie. How could you not support a store with the word "Dixie" in it?

    KONG and JRJC - I love China. I've been to Shanghai and been packed like a sardine in the subway. I loved the stench that my run down hotel room emitted. It was great! Will these stocks rule like China does?

    The only stock I own right now is DHB, and it finally made a gain today. Up $1.03. I messed up and bought at $19.75. What a dumb thing to do Webs! I'm hanging on though, because I'm almost 100% sure it'll go over my buy price soon.

    OFG dropped today??? Wassup??? Is now a good time to buy? What do you say Spike or Runner?

    It's Friday and I've got a lot of things to do this weekend, so I gotta go. Y'all have a great weekend and I hope you made a pile of cash!

    Webs...

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    Just touching back to see if you took a closer look at BBG. It opened @$25.00 and never stopped to look back in such ended day one with a 16.20% gain. We shall have to wait see where she goes form here. ===> M.E.A.
    GO BIG RED!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MEA_1956
    Just touching back to see if you took a closer look at BBG. It opened @$25.00 and never stopped to look back in such ended day one with a 16.20% gain. We shall have to wait see where she goes form here. ===> M.E.A.

    Man!!! We may have to jump on the bandwagon with this one. It's looking like most of the IPO's latley are jumping straight up. I'll be checking this one when I get home on Monday.


    BBG....just added to the Websman watch list...Thanks MEA!

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