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Technology Stocks : First Virtual Holdings (FVHI): Internet bottom fishing?

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To: Jonathan Brown who wrote ()7/14/1998 6:25:00 AM
From: gizelle otero   of 87
You are right about FVHI discussion on Yahoo vs. SI:

This is not some scam company like MARG or even KLB. What they are doing is developing for a very powerful, yet ignored application on the net (e mail).

They are also a marketing and advertising company similar to double click, which generates revenues from every use of their product by their clients.

Clients include netscape, yahoo, e*trade (where they will be co-developing trade station), and all the Fortune 500 companies they bought as customers in their last purchase WITH STOCK. Do you think any company that is pulling a good profit would let themselves be taken over by another company in a 1 for 1 stock transaction whose stock is going to go down?

If you bashed FVHI here, please do your research on this company and then you can write your apology to me here. My company just invested 500k in FVHI products and services and we are a very stodgy publishing enterprise. That opened my eyes to the potential in this stock a while back.

I Wish I had bought at .60 like SOFTBANK instead of at $4.00 recently.

Still, it is worth over $20.00 a share so I'll be a happy camper after all.
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