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To: Sector Investor who wrote (581)10/29/2000 9:11:01 AM
From: Sector Investor
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From MF via Yahoo!

Dear Digital Power Report Subscriber:

If you've been investing in the Power Panel companies we've been writing about, you've seen your investments more than double this year. In fact, if you entered the market in April, your average portfolio has tripled in value.

What's the key to making these selections? A detailed understanding of the advanced technology being developed by these market leaders to deliver High Nines power to the power-thirsty global Internet economy..

HOW will that power be delivered? And more important, WHO will deliver the necessary infrastructure?

That's what you will learn at Powercosm II -- Powering the Platform on December 6th - 8th in New Orleans.

We'll be examining who will power antennas and lasers and the increasingly power-hungry portables and palmtops which are rapidly becoming the base of mobile, Internet communications.

Key players in this expansive market will spend an intensive two and a half days with our subscribers evaluating the technologies and the market demands of the power platform.

Hear directly from the CEOs from Softswitch Technologies, KVH Industries, Metallic Power, International Rectifier, Proton Energy Systems, Power-One, Evergreen Solar, Capstone Turbine, FuelCell Energy, American Superconductor, Power Distributors and more !

And, we'll feature visionary insights from our friend and mentor George Gilder. The power demands of the Telecosm are far more significant than Wall Street realizes -- You can be the first to discover these new investment opportunities.

There's a lot of fresh ground to cover which you can take home and use to plan your 2001 investment strategy -- you must understand the market demand and the emerging technologies to supply that demand in order to make prudent investment decisions.

We have reserved 200 seats for Digital Power Report subscribers. You know the market and for you this conference is Mission Critical to understanding where these key investable companies are going. Some of you have told us your didn't receive this month's issue as quickly as normal, even though we mailed it at the normal time -- that's why we've extended the subscriber-only response deadline through the end of this month.

We encourage you to reserve your place at Powercosm II today. The seats are filling up and we open the registration to the general investor public on November 1st. Don't delay and end up on the conference waiting list -- that's what happened to subscribers who waited to sign up for our introductory conference last June.

The current agenda and registration materials can be found easily at powercosm.com Otherwise go straight to powercosm.com to reserve your conference place and make sure you are at the head of the curve in making the right investment decisions for 2001.

We look forward to seeing you in New Orleans!

Sincerely,

Peter Huber and Mark Mills

PS: In case you think these days will just be hard work, rest assured we've planned a number of special entertainment events for delegates and their guests. As an added bonus, your registration also includes a full set of audio recordings so you can revisit the technical presentations after the conference.

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To: Sector Investor who wrote (582)10/30/2000 9:42:56 AM
From: Pink Minion
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I was just thinking that having drivers surf the web while in the car is about the last thing we need. BUT, I would love to have net radio and should be the killer app for the car. I think XMSR and SIRI are doomed.

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To: Pink Minion who wrote (583)10/30/2000 10:52:31 AM
From: Sector Investor
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Not drivers of course.<g>

BACK SEAT TV/Net access while moving is the market.

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To: Sector Investor who wrote (584)10/31/2000 10:44:17 AM
From: AD
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If KVHI gets the nod in next month's Powercosm report, it has a chance to see some nice appreciation. Very thinly traded and they have a very desirable product line. Not to mention it's tiny valuation.

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To: Sector Investor who wrote (584)10/31/2000 5:27:08 PM
From: Brasco One
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nice action.

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To: Sector Investor who wrote (584)10/31/2000 9:05:07 PM
From: Madharry
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I beg to differ- don't forget in the near future we are going to move from an internet where youhave to type and read to one where you speak and hear. Where I live its impossible to get a steady stream of market information over the radio. internet to the rescue!

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To: david james who started this subject11/1/2000 12:10:57 AM
From: D. Chapman
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KVHI is moving due to speculation that it will be on the next Digital Power report.

The other candidate was Evergreen Solar which has failed to price

ipo.com

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To: D. Chapman who wrote (588)11/1/2000 10:42:07 PM
From: robert b furman
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With the exception of the IPO, KVHI is either in a breakout from a 3-4 year cup and handle formation,or will be when it hits 11(1/8 over 10 7/8). In particular I'm excited about the volume increase that now in a day equals what a week used to cover.

In simple words KVHI is being driven up from a favorable buying pressure that equates to the Laws of Supply and Demand.


I'm viewing this elevated price as a breakout on high volume and that is as good as it gets.

Mr Gilder's Telecosm seminar will light the rocket that exposes the the pipeline of ingenius products just around the corner. JMHO


Sector ,are you going to the Telecosm conference ?- New Orleans is close for me.I'd love to meet some of the thread followers - even if I missed MRVC.<vbg>


Bob

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To: robert b furman who wrote (589)11/2/2000 6:52:30 AM
From: robert b furman
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To All :

An Exciting Preliminary Open to yesterday's breakout.

cme.com

ALLLL !!!!! AABBBBOOOOOAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRDDDDDDD !!!!!


Bob

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To: robert b furman who wrote (589)11/2/2000 8:26:41 AM
From: Roy F
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Hi Bob,

Patience is indeed a virtue... and, although I'm by no means virtuous, this is pretty cool. The chart, however, is beginning to look a little mature, but who knows?

askresearch.com

Regards,

Roy

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