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To: David S. who wrote (151)10/15/1998 4:04:00 PM
From: Arthur Radley
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ON Oct 6 you wrote..."another one bites the dust. I warned you ages ago."

What sage advice do you have today?

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To: Arthur Radley who wrote (154)10/15/1998 6:24:00 PM
From: David S.
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it's called "buy-ins", which you can ask your broker about. I tend to focus on fundamentals.

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To: David S. who wrote (155)10/15/1998 7:45:00 PM
From: Arthur Radley
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Dave,
You can call it...buy in, gobbled gook, even call it a Leroy or any name that want based on you being a fundamental kind of guy. Me! I will just call it a "double" since you trashed the stock.(:>)

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To: Arthur Radley who wrote (156)10/15/1998 11:20:00 PM
From: Sr K
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Could be because of J&J's comment, within their earnings release, about Dermabond's sales:

(October 13): "...DERMABOND, a topical skin adhesive for wound closure, was approved for marketing by the FDA in the third quarter and initial U.S. sales have been strong."

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To: Arthur Radley who wrote (156)10/15/1998 11:44:00 PM
From: David S.
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Message 3032555


On that day, the high was 26 1/8, and the close was 23 1/4. I don't think it doubled since then. Maybe it did on the Texas stock exchange?

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To: David S. who wrote (158)10/16/1998 4:35:00 AM
From: Arthur Radley
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I don't see the relevance of your reference to 12/23/97. It was 10/06/98 that you trashed the stock to me and on that date the stock traded at 14.25. Therefore, to be exact the stock has appreciated only 60% here on the Texas Stock Exchange. In the Texas book of fundamentals, 60% is better than a sharp stick in the eye. I'm sure that your fundamental approach gives you much better than a 60% return on your investing and you are to be congratulated.

When can I expect to see you on CNBC and Wall Street Week. I can see you have much to offer to the investing community. Do you plan to write a book?

I am curious of one thing. I had never posted one time on this stock until September 11, 1998 in post #150. In this post I merely gave reference to a story on another thread with the comment that the stock looked interesting. You then responded to me that you had warned me about this stock a long time ago. Considering I had never heard of the stock until September 11, why did you warn me ages ago about something that I didn't even know about. For a fundamental guy, you are amazing.

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To: Arthur Radley who wrote (159)10/16/1998 9:48:00 AM
From: David S.
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You might want to reduce the amount of spices in your Texas chili, it seems to be giving you a bit of indigestion.

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To: David S. who wrote (160)10/19/1998 4:37:00 PM
From: Arthur Radley
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I'm beginning to like this "buy-in". Do you know of anymore?

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To: Arthur Radley who wrote (161)10/19/1998 5:35:00 PM
From: David S.
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Hong Kong

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To: David S. who wrote (162)10/19/1998 5:39:00 PM
From: Arthur Radley
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What can I get for $25.00 in Hong Kong, being that I'm a broke TexasDude. You wouldn't loan me a few bucks to pay day would you?
Come on Dave...lighten up! Be happy. My house flooded this weekend and most of my stocks were up today so I call it a wash.(bad pun come to think of it)(:>)

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