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To: Gary who wrote (178)11/4/1997 6:37:00 PM
From: SirAlexx
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To: Marc Gilbert who wrote (165)12/10/1997 7:26:00 PM
From: Marc Gilbert
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Is there anybody out there who still cares where the price of this
stock is going? I bought in at 8 earlier this year and I am wondering
if I should average down or just get rid of this dog.

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To: Marc Gilbert who wrote (180)12/10/1997 7:43:00 PM
From: Mickey Szilagyi
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I wish I knew the answer to your question as I am in a similar position. However, I don't see why KVHI has dropped so far. I figured a few months ago that it would take a breather or retreat a bit but not this far. IMO I don't think it can go a lot lower (famous last words) as I am not aware of any bad news. There just isn't any news. If I were to bail out now where would I put the cash in an attempt to recover? I'm going to stay put now that we are where we are and hope (not a word I like to use when talking stocks) KVHI will recover next year. I don't feel comfortable adding to my position at this time. Misery enjoys company. Mickey S.

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To: Mickey Szilagyi who wrote (181)12/10/1997 8:00:00 PM
From: david james
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I must admit that I gave up on them at 7. They released shares at almost the same rate they grew their earnings, providing no added value to shareholders. So they've now lost a lot of us that were loyal. They now have some work ahead of them to show that the share price makes any difference to them and bring us back, or bring new shareholders in.
The company is healthy and growing. They are just turning their profits back into the company and not letting shareholders participate. Just my opinion.
David

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To: david james who wrote (182)12/10/1997 9:53:00 PM
From: Bill Doolittle
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David, I don't understand your comment about releasing shares. Has there been any major dilution since the secondary offering in '96? I don't think that it's in management's interest to keep share value down, the van Hegininghen brothers are holding lots of options that arn't worth a damn at $4.75.

In my opinion the problem is that revinue growth slowed & no one expects much improvement in '98.

Bill

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To: Bill Doolittle who wrote (183)12/10/1997 10:08:00 PM
From: david james
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Yes, maybe most of it is do the flat growth expected next year.

dailystocks.net

Maybe we can expect a stock buy back with all the cash they have on hand. ;-)

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To: david james who wrote (184)12/22/1997 1:49:00 AM
From: Step1
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Thought this might be of interest...

I have been a lurker for a while and have also followed the stocks for about 6 months now. I thought there was an announcement about an acquisition a while back, something about fiber optic gyroscope wasnt it?
Anyway i found this in Flight International (17-23 Dec 1997)
>>>
Rockwell Steady

Rockwell Collins claims that its new AHS-3000 attitude-heading reference system is the first application of digital quartz gyro technology developed by Dystron Donner, which promises ten times the life of fibre-optic gyroscopes.
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I was wondering whether it might have any negative effect with the technology they have acquired previously.

Comments?
sg

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To: david james who wrote (184)12/29/1997 10:09:00 PM
From: Bill Doolittle
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Nice move up in very heavy volume today. Could find no news - has anyone seen or heard anything?

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To: Bill Doolittle who wrote (186)1/5/1998 7:01:00 AM
From: mark joyce
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Bill,

I too noticed the big volume change and subsequent move from 4 to 5 in the last few days.

Do you have any idea when the next Qtr results will be posted? Since the last results were posted Oct 23, maybe Jan 23?

Mark

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To: mark joyce who wrote (187)1/7/1998 3:44:00 PM
From: Bill Doolittle
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Mark: Last year they released year end numbers around the end of February.

Bill

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