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To: David Rubin who wrote (188)10/21/1997 11:43:00 AM
From: Rambi
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They don't seem to be predicting much til at least 98--might look for a real dip (course now I have to wait 30 days to at least salvage the tax loss!) This has been a real disappointment.

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To: Rambi who wrote (189)10/21/1997 12:48:00 PM
From: Sam2482
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Yes Penny it is unforunate the way this company has gone down hill. I originally bought into the company because of the fast growth rate. Now I realize that must have been luck. It appears as if they sit back and wait to answer the phone....hoping its an order. They need to develop a strategic plan. I thought they would use their cash to do some aquisitions and grow revenues year over year. Everytime they report earnings and the managment makes statements the shareholder value drops. I didn't see anything that would indicate that they would become more aggressive to eliminate some of the cyclinical nature of their core business.

Maybe we'll get lucky and a company with more ability to grow shareholder value will aquire BOOM.

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To: Thomas J Engelsma who wrote ()2/5/1998 11:24:00 AM
From: David Rubin
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Anyone left on this thread or is it dead? Looks like we're in a strong breakout for BOOM.

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To: David Rubin who wrote (191)2/6/1998 10:50:00 AM
From: vedia
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I have been following BOOM for several weeks. I saw accumulation start two weeks ago. The IBD ranks are 88, 62, B. The annual Earnings growth is 120%. VERY small float. My TC2000 charts looked good but would not expect continued growth after these past two days of run up.

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To: vedia who wrote (192)2/9/1998 4:38:00 PM
From: Scott Ozer
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Earns out conf call at 2 pst

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To: vedia who wrote (192)2/9/1998 5:33:00 PM
From: Scott Ozer
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Short but sweet, any more acquisitions are expected to be accreative, looking for analyst coverage, Boeing is impressed with the company and has been reccommending them (they have a 100% on time record with 0 defects)

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To: Scott Ozer who wrote (194)2/9/1998 5:48:00 PM
From: Sam2482
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It was good to hear the CEO give some positive comments on bookings. Perhaps the worse is behind this company.

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To: Sam2482 who wrote (195)2/9/1998 5:55:00 PM
From: Scott Ozer
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Don't forget his most impressive figure that inst'l ownership is moving up---they are not scared of the results.

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To: Scott Ozer who wrote (196)2/10/1998 6:49:00 PM
From: Rodrigo Rocha
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I like it: It has no following, it has a growth rate in the 20% range, a clean balance sheet, it generates operating cash flow in excess of 4 million a year. It has a great reputation with its customers, most of their competitors are small, and therefore they can lead in the consolidation of this group of companies.

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To: Rodrigo Rocha who wrote (197)2/10/1998 7:19:00 PM
From: Scott Ozer
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I have made a lot of money in consolidation plays which I think this is going to do. They can do this with lines of credit and little stock dilution. Being patient and buying the dips is key!

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