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   Microcap & Penny StocksRADIUS RISES FROM THE ASHES (DODV)


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To: Richard Peterson who wrote (1431)11/20/1999 4:30:00 AM
From: Martin Olsen
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Richard, Yes, the P/E still reflects revenue recognized from the disposition of assets. But this company HAS turned itself around; reinvented itself from the ground up. For about two years there was legitimate concern that they may not be able to pull it off. But they did, and you really have to tip your hat to Mark Housley and all the DODV workers who have crafted an excellent suite of products and delivered on their promises to shareholders. The big gray cloud of uncertainty through all this has been the market itself...DODV had the product but literally had to wait for the market to develop!

Richard, this is no longer a dying hardware/peripherals company... It is a young upstart company in a young upstart industry that is in the early stages of rapid growth. Personally, I think Housley's revenue growth estimates of 50-100% for the coming year are purposefully conservative. One thing I have observed about his style is that he does his damndest not to promise something he cannot deliver.

In short, I am way more bullish than ever on this company. At 14 today, the chart pretty much screamed that the price got ahead of itself, but at long last, institutions are buying in (just pull up a 10-day chart...) so I do not believe that we are going to head back into the single digits. 1st Q of 2000 (to be reported in January) is going to be big...really big. If you want to know why I think that, just follow this link to the annual report webcast replay. (scroll down and click the "replay this webcast" and follow the instructions...)

digitalorigin.com

After hearing/watching that presentation, I think you would agree that, for at least the next few years, the stock of this company is going nowhere but up. I think you would be smart to hold on another year. My target of 24 for November, 2000 is extremely conservative, IMHO.

Cheers,

-Martin

(PS...most of the old regulars on this board have migrated over to the Yahoo message board. Just go to Yahoo.com, go to finance, then message boards and look up the dodv board...)

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To: Jeffry K. Smith who wrote (1426)3/24/2000 1:27:00 AM
From: PeteW
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Jeffry,

Just wondering whether you're still lurking. I get a kick out of reading your old posts to see how consistently wrong you were. Do you have any other stocks you'd like to "keep me away from"? I could use a few more in my portfolio like DODV. By the way, did you ever have enough integrity to apologize to Christopher? Didn't think so.

Cheers.

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To: PeteW who wrote (1433)3/24/2000 9:57:00 AM
From: Jeffry K. Smith
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Pete,

We must all decide, like Christopher, whether it is better to spread rose colored talk about a stock that went nowhere for a LONG LONG (how many years?) time after I made those statements, or to spend one's life doing something more productive.

Obviously Christoper then, and you now (by virtue of your post), have not developed that ability.

Grow up.

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To: Jeffry K. Smith who wrote (1434)3/24/2000 10:46:00 AM
From: Michael F. Donadio
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Jeff, seems Chris had foresight. Yours is in the rear. I made great money on DODV from pennies, thanks to Chris, not you. 2500% since Nov. 98. You missed it.

You're entitled to want QUICK MONEY, but that doesn't alter the accuracy of Chris' perspective and the inaccuracy of yours. Own up.

When it comes to growing up, look in the mirror.

Michael

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To: Michael F. Donadio who wrote (1435)3/24/2000 10:54:00 AM
From: Jeffry K. Smith
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Sure, sure. Get a life.

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To: Jeffry K. Smith who wrote (1434)3/25/2000 1:59:00 AM
From: PeteW
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Jeffry,

I had held out hope that you might have learned from your mistakes and been humble enough to admit it. Obviously not.

Hopefully you're up as much on some of your picks as I am on DODV. Again, please let me know what others I should stay away from. If only you had been there to talk me out of NTAP or JDSU a year ago.

Cheers Matey!

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To: PeteW who wrote (1437)3/25/2000 9:17:00 AM
From: Jeffry K. Smith
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You and your buddy have nothing better to do than do post stupid questions to me to a dead thread?

I've put both you imbeciles on ignore.

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