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To: Rambi who wrote (175)10/3/1997 12:45:00 PM
From: Sam2482
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Thanks for the info Penny. BOOM has been slowly creeping back up. I haven't seen any news. Did Mark give any indication on what might be going on lately to push the stock higher?

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To: Sam2482 who wrote (176)10/3/1997 12:52:00 PM
From: Rambi
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No--I begged and sobbed and threatened but I guess his job must be important to him or something. We did touch briefly on the fact that BOOM defies charting because of the very low number of outstanding shares. Obviously small trades can and have moved the price significantly...
I truly hope that this slow ascent somehow bodes well for earnings week.

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To: Rambi who wrote (177)10/5/1997 1:29:00 AM
From: Ken Z
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Penni,
Could it be that the stock is significantly underpriced? Growth rate is about 26%. Forward P/E is only 13x. I believe with current information, this is a $20 stock. With a decent surprise in earnings, it could be worth even more. I recently picked some up. It looks too good to pass up at this point. I hope the market agrees with my assessment. Good Luck, Ken

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To: Ken Z who wrote (178)10/14/1997 11:56:00 AM
From: David Rubin
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Any word on when BOOM will report earnings? Is this going to be a good quarter?

If the cycle follows last year, the last two quarters were strong. If they don't disappoint this time around the stock should be headed higher. From a TA perspective the chart may be forming the handle of a cup that began in June.

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To: David Rubin who wrote (179)10/14/1997 2:23:00 PM
From: Rambi
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DAvid, See post 175--

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To: Rambi who wrote (175)10/14/1997 6:21:00 PM
From: Mark
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That's Mark Jarman. Harmon makes a helluva lot more than me.

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To: Mark who wrote (181)10/14/1997 6:47:00 PM
From: Rambi
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Oh, Mark! Mea culpa! I am so embarrassed! Isn't Mark Harmon the actor in Star Wars? So he has more money--I bet he wouldn't take my calls and spend ten minutes being gracious. And he probably has no idea what cladding is. And I'm sure you deserve a raise.
(Am I making this better or worse?)

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To: Rambi who wrote (182)10/15/1997 3:04:00 AM
From: Peter Speyer
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Oh addlepated penni, you are markedly confused. Mark Hamill is the actor from Star Wars, and Mark Harmon was the handsome and promiscuous surgeon on St. Elsewhere. He never did much of value in film.

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To: Peter Speyer who wrote (183)10/15/1997 8:46:00 AM
From: Rambi
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Oh no, P2-this gets worse and worse-but what else is there to do while we wait for earnings? I never saw St. Elsewhere but it had an excellent theme song. In my mind somewhere, there is this vague thought that there is a Mark Harmon who was CEO of some tech company, but I have no idea why I think that. Or why I think anything. Or why I try.
If only BOOM would come through and make me wealthy, I will never try to think again. Yesterday's drop was bothersome. (Felt I should say something stock-related) Do you own BOOM or could you just not resist giving me a hard time? Anyway-none of them could possibly be as nice as the real Mark Jarmon.
P1, who is wishing she had never tried to post anything to anybody

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To: Mark who wrote (181)10/20/1997 6:04:00 PM
From: Sam2482
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Does anyone know when earnings will be reported? We keep drifting......we need some positive news to get rolling.

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