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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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To: Roy F who wrote (591)11/2/2000 9:58:40 AM
From: robert b furman
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Lord knows we endured the hard times.

Stochastic spikes and moneystream can stay pegged at high levels for quite some time.

I think the breakout of a LONGTERM cup and handle has great technical strength.

An announcement of actual sales or shipments of current sensors is due and will be exciting.It hopefully is aligning with this breakout.

Good continuing earnings and the actual commercial availability of Polymer electro optic modulators is the KILLER APPLICATION of this great little company.

We've got a long term high flyer just coming out of it metamorphysis(IMHO).


Time to be aggressive in securing our maximum position is NOW.

I bot the breakout today at 10 3/8. GULP

Let's hope for a pop.

Bob

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To: robert b furman who wrote (592)11/2/2000 10:09:17 AM
From: Roy F
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Kudos, Bob, on your additional shares. MMs seem to be taking out the stops, as they usually do, so it should be up from here (9.875).

I believe the interest is still high here. The current sensor is the next big one, then the modulators (reminds me of the Martian in one of the old Bugs Bunny cartoons), then ???? I still wonder where this all will lead... I'm not sure KVH knows. Fertile minds and government sponsored technology. Wonderful stuff.

Good Luck,

Roy

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To: Roy F who wrote (593)11/2/2000 10:30:08 AM
From: robert b furman
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Thanks Roy,

Good volume again today!

Bob

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To: robert b furman who wrote (594)11/2/2000 11:18:02 AM
From: Roy F
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... there is that disturbing little gap in the chart at 8.75.. hmmmmm

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To: Roy F who wrote (595)11/2/2000 11:26:15 AM
From: robert b furman
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What's the matter you don't like break away gaps?

They indicate the beginning of a strong trend in the direction of the gap -in this case up.

Best indicator is exceptional resilience in the down market we've just come thru.Money flow is driving our stock. JMHO


Bob

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