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   Technology StocksMicroStrategy Inc. (MSTR)


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To: Toby Zidle who wrote (693)9/5/2002 10:49:22 AM
From: Howard C.
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Thanks for the compliment, I happen to work (contractor) for one of those three agencies that you mentioned in a positive way.

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To: Howard C. who wrote (694)9/5/2002 8:47:31 PM
From: lilbully
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I had no intentions of sparking a political debate.
My only reason for posting that was my curiosity about how the so called "war on terrorism" might possibly profit this company.
My question still remains unanswered. Doesn't this company do data mining? Is that their main business? The government is investing in their infrastructure, of that I have no doubt.
Clearly... This stocks chart has demonstrated a change in character. I'm fishing for a reason why. Its not an accident when a troubled company goes up on triple average volume on a day like today. The NASDAQ got fairly well abused.
Thanks for the responses guys. I'll tell you what. If this chart is in a valid uptrend, there is a whole lot of overhead resistance on this baby!
Mike

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To: Howard C. who wrote (695)9/5/2002 8:49:43 PM
From: lilbully
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Hey look! Theres a chart for mstr! lol

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To: lilbully who wrote (697)9/7/2002 11:55:16 PM
From: Toby Zidle
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What do you know? A chart!

What I see there is a double top without a breakout. A rather negative "M" formation.

I don't think I'd invest until either

1) a breakout above the double top. (P&F charts show those rather nicely. StockCharts.com, furthermore, annotates its P&F charts with Alerts.)

or

2) Confirmation that the bottom of the middle segment of the "M" holds support, in which case MSTR can fall into a "trading range" categorization for its movement.

If support at the mid-point low of the "M" (about $9.50) doesn't hold then I'm back to looking at other stocks for investment. MSTR then becomes an "avoid".

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To: Toby Zidle who wrote (698)11/20/2002 5:58:23 PM
From: Kid Rock
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Any stategies for shorting this POS?

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To: Kid Rock who wrote (699)11/20/2002 8:50:30 PM
From: Neenny
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OT

Grub

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To: Kid Rock who wrote (699)2/18/2004 11:58:39 PM
From: Kid Rock
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ok - noone had any strategies in Nov 02'(@17) - thankfully :)

its Feb 04 now, revenues are flat and under 200M yet this stock still has a $1B market cap

so I ask again to the 121 members that have this thread bookmarked, any strategies for shorting?

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From: Kid Rock3/2/2006 4:26:19 PM
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anyone shorting this company?

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To: Kid Rock who wrote (702)3/2/2006 4:26:38 PM
From: Green Receipt
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Nope, not me

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To: Green Receipt who wrote (703)3/2/2006 4:27:42 PM
From: Kid Rock
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i almost shorted this stock years ago when it was at 320

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