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To: Doren who wrote (82)8/13/1997 12:16:00 PM
From: David Klein
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Anyone follow Telular (WRLS)? The stock trades about 2.5. The CEO said next qtr's revs will be between 11-18 million. Revenue is about double from last year. MOT owns 15% of WRLS & is on the board of directors. WRLS just signed a licensing agreement with a major Telcom equip co. and have negociations ongoing with eight others. (Already have one with MOT) MOT has committed 100 million in sales to WRLS by 1/99.
The potential market for fixed wireless is in the billions. It is small at present and WRLS has about 60% share.
The only negatives I see is that last qtr was bad. Not widely followed.
I see the value for this stock at between 5 & 6 so why is it trading around 2.5. Any opinions

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To: David Klein who wrote (83)4/23/1998 12:06:00 AM
From: exhon2004
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Anybody who cares:

Interneuron Phamaceuticals, named by Worth Magazine over a year ago as "the next Microsoft" dropped 50% yesterday on the news that it's anti-stroke drug is ineffective and being withdrawn from clinical trials.

Gee I'm sorry this thread isn't about who will not be the next msft.

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