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   Technology StocksSIGMATRON INTERNATIONAL (Nasdaq: SGMA)


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To: Stephen Cruse who wrote (27)7/24/1997 10:21:00 PM
From: Christopher Saridakis
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Accumulate!!! Good news coming soon!!!

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To: Stephen Cruse who wrote (27)7/28/1997 6:13:00 PM
From: Ben Marfield
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This repeated asking for someone else's opinion instead of doing research is really masturbatory. Wish there were a forum operative to erase your messages.

Nancy Z repeated her "buy" rating on this company, saying she would hereafter give updates in her "Undiscovered Stocks" newsletter. She believes the price will go to $40, though gave no time frame.

If the wise Ms. Z likes it, and if the price is below the level of her recommendation, and if the last numbers were good.... I suggest you read up on the stock, give us information, and (probably) add to your stash.

I'd love to hear a substantive conversation about this stock (the business, not the price). Dear reader, can you help?

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To: Ben Marfield who wrote (29)8/4/1997 7:58:00 PM
From: Stephen Cruse
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If you figure it out (how to stop the cyclic question),
please let me know. This is the only site where my
reviewing comments results in the repeating of the (my) same
question.

Steve,

who is as perturbed as y'all about the repetition

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To: Stephen Cruse who wrote (30)8/4/1997 9:15:00 PM
From: Ben Marfield
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my apologies. hope you bought more under 13!

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To: Ben Marfield who wrote (31)8/26/1997 10:15:00 PM
From: Ben Marfield
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20,000 shares traded today, a jump back up to $16. Is no one able to comment on why?

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To: Ben Marfield who wrote (32)8/28/1997 11:29:00 AM
From: Marsha Landau
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Ben--

I have no light to shed on the movement of the stock price.

Instead, I have an "offer." I'll be attending the stockholders' meeting on September 19, 1997.

What should I ask, if there is such an opportunity?

It seems one obvious issue is the need for the company to diversify its customer base, but what else?

Please post your suggestions soon so I can "study up" to prepare.

Regards,

Marsha

(who has watched her shares go up and down since June 25, 1996)

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To: Marsha Landau who wrote (33)8/29/1997 3:34:00 PM
From: quist
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Marsha, have you ever looked in EDGAR, in the 13G submittals, and seen how much of Sigmatron the TANG family controls?...It's weird...I have been in Sigmatron for about 9 months...got in at 18, watched it go to 22, and then with Jeff Vaniks pull out, have watched in horror...Nice to see it approaching 18 again, but take a look in the EDGAR database!

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To: quist who wrote (34)8/29/1997 7:28:00 PM
From: Marsha Landau
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Yep--that Tang group holds 16.7% of the stock. Furthermore, the Chairman of the Board of Directors, Franklin Sove, is a VP at Tang Industries.

I don't know enough about boards to evaluate the situation. Sove has only 1,000 shares on his own.

Marsha

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To: Marsha Landau who wrote (35)8/29/1997 7:47:00 PM
From: quist
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this isn't the same tang group that got in trouble for a vitamin scam in California about 18 months ago is it?

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To: quist who wrote (36)8/29/1997 11:34:00 PM
From: Marsha Landau
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They're in Las Vegas. Tang Industries is "a privately held company involved in the manufacturing and distributing of industrial products," according to the SGMA annual report.

I'm off for two weeks now. More talk when I get back.
Marsha

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