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To: Robert Aceto who wrote (366)3/4/1999 8:17:00 AM
From: Dwight Taylor
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What an a**hole

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To: rtroup who wrote (365)3/4/1999 9:14:00 AM
From: Riley
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Is amway traded in the states..do you know symbol?

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To: Riley who wrote (392)3/4/1999 9:16:00 AM
From: Jon Scott
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TRy AAP

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To: Jon Scott who wrote (393)3/4/1999 9:27:00 AM
From: Quiveringtrader
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Morning Jon...any thoughts on
EGAM this day?

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To: Quiveringtrader who wrote (394)3/4/1999 9:31:00 AM
From: Jon Scott
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Waiting on news. Something coming Monday?
Day by day prices are hard to predict.
Requires too much focus on one stock.

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To: jim geis who wrote (271)3/4/1999 10:34:00 AM
From: jim geis
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NKCIF shipped Elmo's ABC and Elmo's 123 today. Also aligned with The Learning Company(TLC)Other Sesame Street titles to be shipped shortly. Looks like they are ready now
biz.yahoo.com 

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To: Jon Scott who wrote ()3/4/1999 12:54:00 PM
From: David L.
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CNBC thinks daytraders are gamblers. Then are running a campaign this week attacking daytraders. Send them some email and let them know what they think.

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To: David L. who wrote (397)3/4/1999 12:59:00 PM
From: Jon Scott
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They are 100% right.
But sometimes you can increase your odds much better that you can at the BJ table.
Daytraders are definitely not investors.

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To: David L. who wrote (397)3/4/1999 1:39:00 PM
From: Tumbleweed
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Well, daytraders *are* gamblers.

However, are CNBC also running ads attacking people who bet on football or boxing? What is their point?

Joe

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To: Tumbleweed who wrote (399)3/4/1999 1:46:00 PM
From: Roo
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If I was to speculate (and isn't that what we all do best?), I'd say that daytraders are disrupting the predictable market patterns that have kept the good ol boys in benzes and caviar for so long... They don't wanna give up that slice of the pie, and so it's time to attack!

Chaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgggggggggeee!!!!

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