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To: ciVic who wrote ()2/29/2000 1:00:00 PM
From: ciVic
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OXIS breakout price 5.5 one to watch

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To: ciVic who wrote (458)2/29/2000 1:09:00 PM
From: bruiser
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Break out on MVIS - There she goes.
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To: Rampant who wrote (444)2/29/2000 1:18:00 PM
From: KevinMark
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Thanks! Looking for a lot more out of this company.

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To: ciVic who wrote ()2/29/2000 1:36:00 PM
From: Nimbus
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BIKR; Want another safe ride from $1 ?

I know many of you are swimming in profits here and may be looking for another ride.

I found an interesting one: BIKR. (Bikers Dream, Inc.)

They make the new ULTRA motorcycles that are HOT and analysts predict $7.50 this year from $1. Likely $30-$40 in 3. Big Bike Show in Daytona next week, season opener.

Just turning profitable and ramping bike production 2x this year over last (3000 bikes). The demand is very strong for their bikes. Lower priced, better looking, and more available than a Harley ...and American Made.

Check them out and read all the reports at wbn.com

Good luck, and profits to you all.

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To: ciVic who wrote ()2/29/2000 1:53:00 PM
From: theflyinthebottle
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CICI, technically favorable with frenzied, frothy demand

Communication Intelligence Corporation (CICI) upon releasing its Q4 earnings report has established a new high today with exceedingly above average volume. The company designs electronic signature solutions and other software applications for pen-based computing devices. Revenues have increased by 42% year to date. I anticipate this stock will continue to rally as a secondary reflection of the well-publicized momentum surrounding the Palm IPO. Yet another 100 yard dash. Who's running with me.

flyinthebottle.

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To: theflyinthebottle who wrote (462)2/29/2000 2:00:00 PM
From: Cynic 2005
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A profitable medical/bio tech stock.
siliconinvestor.com

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To: ciVic who wrote ()2/29/2000 2:09:00 PM
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OXIS I bought at 5 1/2 eom

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To: ciVic who wrote (464)2/29/2000 2:26:00 PM
From: Ray.
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BONZ, In at 13 3/4

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To: ciVic who wrote ()2/29/2000 2:57:00 PM
From: ciVic
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BONZ all buying all afternoon. as soon as INCA is done..we fly IMO.

TGAL here at 9$ is a nice buy.....

ciV

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To: ciVic who wrote (466)2/29/2000 3:11:00 PM
From: Jules
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SI Handling Systems Wins Multi-Million Dollar Government Agency Contract
EASTON, Pa., Feb. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- SI Handling Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: SIHS - news), (``SI' or the ``Company'), announced that it was awarded a multi-million dollar contract by a major government agency. The contract also provides for an option worth several million dollars, which, if funding becomes available, the agency could exercise later this year.

This systems integration contract specifies SI as the successful offeror and mechanization contractor to refurbish an existing SI proprietary conveyor system that the Company had installed in 1973 at the government facility. SI will be providing turnkey system services to engineer, manufacture, and install new Lo-Tow© system components and electrical controls for a complete system modernization, retrofit, and expansion. The Lo-Tow© systems were chosen for their proven reliability, flexibility, and throughput capabilities.

Bill Johnson, President and CEO, said, ``We are pleased to have been chosen as the preferred vendor for this contract to renew and modernize their facility. To get this project off to a strong start, the Company will participate in a project kickoff conference with our customer that is tentatively scheduled for March 13, 2000.'

With headquarters in Easton, PA, SI Handling Systems, Inc. markets, designs, manufactures, installs, and services fully automated, integrated material handling systems and Ermanco's conveyor systems that improve productivity in manufacturing and increase the speed of delivery of products in most market categories by companies worldwide.

Cautionary Statement. Certain statements contained herein are not based on historical fact and are ``forward-looking statements' within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and the Securities and Exchange Commission rules, regulations, and releases. SI intends that such forward-looking statements be subject to the safe harbors created thereby. Among other things, the forward-looking statements regard SI's acquisition activities, earnings, liquidity, financial condition, and certain operational matters. Words or phrases denoting the anticipated results of future events, such as ``will,' ``continue,' and similar expressions that denote uncertainty, are intended to identify such forward-looking statements. SI's actual results, performance, or achievements could differ materially from the results expressed in, or implied by, such ``forward-looking statements': (1) as a result of risks associated with SI's restructuring, including the failure to achieve anticipated operating savings, and the possibility that the restructuring charges will be greater than anticipated; (2) as a result of risks and uncertainties associated with the Ermanco acquisition, including the failure to realize anticipated benefits of such acquisition, the failure to integrate Ermanco successfully with SI and any unforeseen complications related to the Ermanco acquisition; (3) as a result of factors over which SI has no control, including the strength of domestic and foreign economies, sales growth, competition, and certain cost increases; or (4) if the factors on which SI's conclusions are based do not conform to its expectations.

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