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   Technology StocksMetaCreations (MCRE) - Detailed Goo in a Soapy Dream


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To: jean who wrote (56)6/23/1997 5:44:00 PM
From: Patrice Gigahurtz
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I think the general market perceives MCRE ADBE MACR

as related in some form to AAPL's future. Whether that is reality or not is another question.

Also, recall that WSJ article discussing RTG. Perhaps the stock jumped up on speculation and thus today is just profit taking ? I do think the DOW woes are related to profit taking with the added concern regarding Japan perhaps selling US bonds. Also there is the OPEC meeting to discuss pricing. So a lot of stuff is happening now that the DOW and NASDAQ are (were ?) at such astronomical levels. For me, I'm holding FRAC (now MCRE of course) and will wait 'till 2nd qtr #s to decide if I should load up.

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To: Damon Pham who wrote (57)6/23/1997 5:51:00 PM
From: Patrice Gigahurtz
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Thanks Damon, whats you read on todays MCRE stock action ?

I was impressed when down 1 point she rebounded to close down 5/8th So its not she tanked and closed at her low. What do you think ?

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To: Patrice Gigahurtz who wrote (59)6/23/1997 5:59:00 PM
From: Damon Pham
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The market is strange right now. For most of the day, it was pretty strong and then all of a sudden, techs crashed in the 2 hours of trading.

The Dow has been on a frantic pace which I don't think it can keep up (down today 192 points). The market is too pricey at these levels and on the way going down, stocks like MCRE will be pulled down with everything else.

Upcoming earnings will be critical for short-term performance of the stock. Needs to show serious evidence of revenue growth. If not, lots of people are going to be disappointed with the progress in expanding their business.

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To: Damon Pham who wrote (60)6/23/1997 6:43:00 PM
From: jean
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MCRE... Okay, okay. So maybe I don't have to be quite so paranoid. Truth is I really believe in this company and think they have a super series of product offerings. Nevertheless, I'm discouraged by the non-reception this merger has received. Thanks for positive thoughts, though. Jean

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To: jean who wrote (61)6/23/1997 6:50:00 PM
From: Patrice Gigahurtz
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2nd qtr results could answer a lot of questions ?

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To: David W. Taylor who wrote ()6/24/1997 2:08:00 PM
From: David W. Taylor
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There's a nice little spurt upward in price going on right now!

Is this just people waking up to the recent releases?

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To: David W. Taylor who wrote (63)6/24/1997 4:29:00 PM
From: jean
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David...The spurt is lovely to see, but what we really need is a gusher. Hope for a positive earnings report! Jean

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To: jean who wrote (64)6/27/1997 8:53:00 AM
From: andreas fauler
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TO ALL: Infini-D 4.0 released for Apple Macintosh!

biz.yahoo.com

seems to me that there were added some really new features
opinions?
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To: andreas fauler who wrote (65)6/27/1997 8:59:00 AM
From: Patrice Gigahurtz
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Can I upgrade price from RDD4.2 to Infini-D 4.0 ?

Wonder if any RTG technology is within 4.0 ?
Aren't Specular and RTG now based in NJ ?

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To: Patrice Gigahurtz who wrote (66)6/28/1997 1:07:00 PM
From: Patrice Gigahurtz
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New issue of DV has Painter5 review.

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