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To: bee who wrote (99)3/7/2000 2:30:00 PM
From: Sam Citron
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Bee,

Good point about PEG. Perhaps we should look at PEGs within drug and consumer disposable segments. I own MRK as well and may soon buy more.

As a longterm investor, I am conditioned to buy when I smell blood in the street.

Sam

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To: bee who wrote (99)3/7/2000 3:39:00 PM
From: Theo Karantsalis
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Bee,

I'm sure that the folks who bought in at over $100.00 believe that it is a good deal. So do I.

Perhaps one of the greatest companies of our time.

Yes, I bought MRK, also.

Theo

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To: Theo Karantsalis who wrote (101)3/7/2000 3:56:00 PM
From: bee
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Theo,

I always liked P&G. But it has always been too rich for my blood. You are absolutely right, it is a great company, maybe the greatest marketer in the world. So in that sense, a rich multiple is probably justified.

I will wait another couple of weeks to let the dust settle down before jump in.

Live long and prosper!

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To: Sam Citron who wrote (96)3/7/2000 5:20:00 PM
From: Terror
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Thanks Sam,
I just called the number you gave me and will soon hopefully be listening to the conference call. I may wait to see if this market settles. It seems they are taking all the solid blues out and throwing them to the wolves. Anything to make huge returns seems to be the theme these days. Unfortunately great companies are getting little respect. and dot com telecomps are flying. The worm will turn and hopefully we will be in the companies that have blood in the streets. I recently bought MO and XRX. I believe in a 5 year plan. Did the same with INTC when everyone hated it. Wish I had done same with IBM.

Good luck,
Terror

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To: Terror who wrote (103)3/7/2000 5:25:00 PM
From: Sam Citron
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For cc, try: 888-203-1112 code: 205516

Swimming against the Tide?
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To: Doug McMillan who wrote ()3/7/2000 8:40:00 PM
From: Adelantado
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The market givith and takith away....at 30% per day.

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To: Adelantado who wrote (105)3/8/2000 6:46:00 PM
From: Bud G
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This thread is awfully quiet for such an active issue. Any gasses as to where PG's share price will settle in the short term? Saw a block of 4.4 million trade first thing this morning. Wow!

DT

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To: Bud G who wrote (106)3/8/2000 8:52:00 PM
From: George Papadopoulos
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>Any gasses as to where PG's share price will settle in the short term?

My gas is: Anywhere...(u said short term, didn't you?<g>)

In at 62 when I smelled blood.

I saw this as a gift too and I am in it for the long haul of course.

Cheers

George

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To: George Papadopoulos who wrote (107)3/8/2000 9:03:00 PM
From: Bud G
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Oh dear! My first post and I made a mistake. I bought shares yesterday and today at $58 and $59 dollars. Recycled some of my tech and Internut profits into a company which earns profits and pays dividends. What a novel concept. Once the market realizes the underlying financial strength of PG I think the stock could recover at least 25% from these levels within the next month or so. I also wouldn't be surprised to see PG aggressively expand their stock repurchase plan.

Forty-five day or sooner target $75.

DT

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To: Bud G who wrote (108)3/9/2000 1:21:00 AM
From: Bud G
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Found this on the P&G website

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