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   Technology StocksLogic Devices: Ready to come out of the doghouse?


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To: BigAlbe who wrote (65)3/1/2000 2:54:00 PM
From: BigAlbe
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DSPs will be huge. The news on TXN last week says it all about DSPs. lets get this party started folks, next stop 10.imo

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To: BigAlbe who wrote (66)3/1/2000 4:33:00 PM
From: TheLineMan
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I'm in missed out on a few hot tech plays and almost overlooked this one because I thought it was still a memory chip maker. With DSPs for wireless base stations, telecommunication products and HDTV this one could do quite well over the next few weeks. If not, you can sock this one away as a long term play.

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To: TheLineMan who wrote (67)3/1/2000 9:12:00 PM
From: BigAlbe
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just this business description alone gets me excited about this baby:
Logic Devices Incorporated develops, manufactures and markets digital integrated
circuits for applications which require high operating speed, high-reliability,
high-levels of circuit integration and low operating power consumption. The products
of the company are mainly used in digital signal processing, telecommunications,
video imaging process, medical, military and computer markets. The company's
products are marketed through a network of 15 national and international sales
representatives and 16 international and domestic distributors. The operations of
the company are based in United States. Export sales accounted for 32% of fiscal
1999 revenues. The main customers of the company include Philips, Hitachi,
Hewlet packard, Sony, Toshiba, Honeywell, Pinnacle microsystems etc.
International sales are conducted by sales representatives and distributors located
in Japan, Canada,United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy,Netherlands, Sweden,
Finland, Hong Kong,Israel, Korea, Taiwan and Spain.

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To: BigAlbe who wrote (68)3/2/2000 4:07:00 AM
From: TheLineMan
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I think a good start would be to change the initial heading post in this thread from SRAM to DSP. It would be a start anyway.

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To: TheLineMan who wrote (69)3/2/2000 11:15:00 AM
From: BigAlbe
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hey LineMan, we should start a new LOGC thread with DSP in the heading?let me know what u think.

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To: TheLineMan who wrote (69)3/2/2000 4:36:00 PM
From: Tom Hua
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TLM, thanks for the heads up on LOGC. I joined you today.

Regards,

Tom

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To: BigAlbe who wrote (70)3/2/2000 10:21:00 PM
From: TheLineMan
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Start a new thread, its alright by me. Either that or may be you can ask the webmistress or "thread owner" if you could update this title. 90+% of sales are DSPs. Shouldn't really be considered an S-RAM chip maker anymore.

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To: Tom Hua who wrote (71)3/2/2000 10:27:00 PM
From: TheLineMan
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Can't find anything not to like in this company. Its in the Semi industry which a has been posting the biggest gains on the Nasdaq in the last 2 months, excepting perhaps biotech. Its also in the fastest growing sector of the semi business DSPs. And their DSPs are designed for use in the hotest areas of growth specifically telecommunications/wireless base stations and HDTV which they expect to begin taking off before the end of the year.

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To: TheLineMan who wrote (73)3/6/2000 2:53:00 PM
From: Tom Hua
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TLM, LOGC took out 8, no more resistance at the top. Should be smooth sailing from here on.

Regards,

Tom

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To: Tom Hua who wrote (74)3/6/2000 10:38:00 PM
From: TheLineMan
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Not quite, but the float is a little bigger than most of the microcap techs that have been running recently. Volume has stayed high for the past 6 or 7 trading sessions.

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