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Non-Tech : WWE - A Good Investment?
WWE 37.33+1.9%4:00 PM EDT

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To: Carolyn who started this subject6/9/2003 11:04:49 PM
From: Paul Senior  Read Replies (1) of 18
The value of the franchise has been diminished due to some over-saturation (lack of new "characters"), some difficulties in renewing cable deals, and some missteps (failed football league). At one time the company did have wonderful profit margins. In my opinion, it's a business that will come back to show good profits. I sold my losing position because I bought the stock for the very good profits, and if they weren't going to be there consistently (a surprise to me- I figured in a recession they'd continue to do well), the stock was too difficult for me to evaluate.

FWIW, the WWE dolls that boys buy (mentioned in a prior post) are likely made and sold by JAKK. I have a position in this stock.

Paul Senior
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