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To: J. Lawson who wrote (83)6/17/1998 10:34:00 AM
From: Jim Spitz
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Here's the link for latest Quarterly news:

biz.yahoo.com

Good earnings! Hi Jim! Just thought I'd drop by to see how
things are going. Thinking of getting back in.

Stay in the Black! jimS

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To: Jim Spitz who wrote (84)8/25/1998 9:11:00 AM
From: twinsbill
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Anyone think that this might be a good short-term play today. Price is at late Dec 98 levels. Any pick up in volume might cause a 1 to 2 point gain to get back to the 10-11 price. Dropped down to 9 3/8 yesterday with very little volume. I'm not aware of any real negative news - - does anyone else have any recent news??

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To: twinsbill who wrote (85)8/25/1998 10:25:00 AM
From: Jim Spitz
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Twinsbill,

I believe now would be an excellent time for a shorter term play.
a) on July 20 a vice president bought 18000 shares at a little over $11/share. This VP sold about as many shares when it was a little over $15. Check out insider sales and buys on Yahoo.
b) You're right about it being low priced right now.
c) any good news will make it go up a point or two.
d) next Quarterly report will probably be released in about 7-8 weeks.
e) they exceeded consensus estimates last quarter by 16%. I think there may be buying before next report comes out in anticipation.
f) Finally, all three analysts covering BFCI say either buy or strong buy.

Just My Opinion. Stay in the Black! jimS

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To: Jim Spitz who wrote (86)6/11/1999 6:11:00 PM
From: Jim Mac
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BFCI reported Q1 (May) sales were up 17% from year ago. That's an acceleration from Q4's 15% growth.

Same store sales growth rate also accelerating: Q1 up 9%, 11% in April and May, vs 3-4% in Q4.

It appears about 25% of add'l revenues can hit operating line (assuming no major markdowns or expenses) judging from Q4 numbers. So it looks like extra $4M in Q1 sales (already pre-announced) may drop $1M to op line, and assuming 40% of that hits bottom line after other expenses and taxes, we may see Q1 $0.31 instead of $0.25 estimate.

That would be 24% above estimate, and up 41% from year ago, after Q4's 54% EPS growth (excluding one-time charge last year).

Overall, we belong at a much higher multiple of earnings than 10, like maybe 15.

BFCI is now a value AND growth stock. We belong at $20 NOW, which is still only 13 times FY00 (Feb) EPS(e) of $1.60+ (my estimate), and still below current sales per share as of Q1 $25.

Get it while you can, because June 17 is earnings day, and $13+ will be history.

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To: Jim Mac who wrote (87)6/16/1999 5:13:00 PM
From: Jim Mac
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Earnings $0.34 vs 0.22 year ago, and 0.25 estimate. Nice.

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