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To: Roy F who wrote (782)3/30/2001 3:00:15 PM
From: Sector Investor
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To: Sector Investor who wrote (783)3/31/2001 2:44:08 PM
From: Sector Investor
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Bit and pieces and glimmers and omens from around the threads

Positives

Re: Capex

Message 15580064

Message 15580122

Message 15581826

Message 15589871

A onetime "perma-bull" pores over a host of indicators and turns bullish again
Message 15592625

Message 15590416

Message 15592051

Negatives

Message 15591586

Message 15591928

Message 15592627

Chip forecasts point down
Message 15592736

Message 15592709

Dr. Doom sees no relief in interest-rate cuts
asiaweek.com

On Fiber

Predictions of a fiber glut (generic view of fiber)
Message 15560003

But contrast that with:

Corning expects demand in fiber and photonics markets to grow
fiberopticsonline.com{B6E2E4B3-1D1D-11D5-A770-00D0B7694F32}&Bucket=Industry+News

China's demand for optical fiber to reach 16 million kilometers by 2005, reports IGI
Consulting
lw.pennnet.com

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To: david james who started this subject4/12/2001 8:31:27 AM
From: Roy F
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Earnings and Conference Call Notice

KVH Industries to Host 1st Quarter Conference

Call on April 19, 2001

MIDDLETOWN, R.I.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 12, 2001--KVH Industries, Inc. (Nasdaq: KVHI - news) will announce its first quarter financial results on Thursday, April 19, 2001. In conjunction with the release, the company will conduct its investor conference call at 11:30 a.m. ET, hosted by Martin Kits van Heyningen, president & chief executive officer, and Richard Forsyth, chief financial officer.

A live broadcast of the call will be available online on the KVH website at http:/www.kvh.com/company. In addition, an audio replay of the call, via the website, will be available for 30 days.

KVH Industries, Inc. is a leading provider of advanced high bandwidth communications products. Using its proprietary fiber optic technology, the company is developing next generation systems with greater precision, durability, and versatility for communications, navigation, and industrial applications. Its headquarters are located in Middletown, Rhode Island.

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To: david james who started this subject4/13/2001 12:50:10 PM
From: Roy F
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Proxy notification and agenda for annual meeting:

10kwizard.ragingbull.com

No gap talk, Bob, but... >G<

Roy

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To: Roy F who wrote (786)4/13/2001 6:23:23 PM
From: robert b furman
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Hi Roy,

Behave yourself!!gggg

I'll take a floor at 6.50.

What would be your spin on offering below market priced stock to existing shareholders? Would you be interested in futhering your investment at 6 1/2?

I bot 5000 more shares at 6 1/2 last week - if it was at 7 1/2 -8 I'd probably pop for more.


Wonder if it is worth an e-mail to Richard Forsythe??


Bob

Anyone else out there not wanting to get your piece of this company diluted? But your money must be where your mouth is!


Bob

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To: robert b furman who wrote (787)4/13/2001 7:36:46 PM
From: Roy F
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Hi Bob,

As usual, an interesting idea, but wouldn't that be pretty complicated? Perhaps more a more likely scenario is another institutional placement... the clamor for a thinly traded stock with high potential growth must have put a twinkle in the eye of more than one MM, especially if they don't have to go into the open market for the, hopefully restricted, shares. It seems MKVH's tour has sparked enough interest to fund the product development for an additional period. I wonder how many more of these we'll see before completion?

Don't get me wrong, I think the management is of the highest integrity, and it is a way to institutionalize the float in hopefully a Wisconsin-esque manner, but it seems sometimes that the technology is too advanced for the market. I guess it's better to be early than late, though.

My holdings are relatively meager compared to yours, Sector's and, I'm sure, many others on this board. I'll just sit back with my low average cost and wait for more good times. In fact, the 20% I bought at $6.50 raised my average cost by a third...

Good luck with your efforts. I'd love to see you involved with the placement... it would be comforting indeed.

Regards,

Roy

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To: Roy F who wrote (788)4/14/2001 9:26:09 AM
From: robert b furman
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Hi Roy,

Nah it would be simple.A couple of big buck investors like you.gggg

Besides life is too simple when your average cost is so low that you need a tweezers to look it up.<smile>

One disadvantage would be the possibility of a smaller investor flipping the position.

I agree with your thought on some fund wanting a position without having to go to the open market for what is an incredibly thinly traded stock.

On the other hand that's why I like this stock - when the rest of the world figures out the potential for current sensors and modulators - Zay vill PAY !!


None the less it would be neat for KVH to dance with the ones that brung em and make an offer available in say increments of 10,000 shares.

It would only take 70 players who already are current owners.

Any of those who were holders thru the trough(remember Cohu at 15/16???) are hardly flippers of this stock.


I wouldn't be surprised to see Wisconsin belly up again - although they may have exposure restrictions.


Good to hear from you and congrats on bumping up your position.


Bob

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To: robert b furman who wrote (789)4/14/2001 10:00:59 AM
From: Roy F
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None the less it would be neat for KVH to dance with the ones that brung em and make an offer available in say increments of 10,000 shares.

Perhaps they could include those of you who desire to participate and add a few shares to the offering.... although, per the PR: We are actively engaged in
discussing this sale of stock with a select group of strategic partners and institutional investors.
Maybe they don't realize the strategic nature of your involvement. >G<

The other thing is that, regardless of the dilution, it's good to increase the share total. I think the low float restricts funds from investing in KVH. Too hard to get out if something were to go terribly wrong.

Anxiously awaiting the report and CC. It's always interesting to find out what they've been working on that none of us know about... fertile minds.

BTW, there's still a gap to the 6 level... >VBG<

Be well,

Roy

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To: robert b furman who wrote (789)4/14/2001 10:18:28 AM
From: Sector Investor
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I posted this on Yahoo!. Comments appreciated.

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To: Roy F who wrote (790)4/14/2001 8:07:58 PM
From: voop
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Hence my 6 and 1/8 order as yet unfilled


Voop

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