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   Gold/Mining/EnergyUFAB - oil drilling deck fabrication


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To: andrew r harwood who wrote (327)7/2/1999 6:32:00 PM
From: Roebear
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andrew,
You really are ignoring the chart on this one, which has a beauty of a base and an inverse H & S with a measurement in the 20's.

R U sure its not sour grapes?:

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You missed that run up, don't miss the next one. It was important for UFAB to test and hold its support and it did.

Drilling is just beginning to ramp up...

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To: Brian who wrote (325)7/2/1999 6:35:00 PM
From: Roebear
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Brian,
BTW, I bought back my 2/3 stake high 7's and 8. My only concern is the anemic volume, but it also shows few sellers at these prices.

To me it is not a question of if UFAB will run up, merely when.

Have a great weekend,

Roebear

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To: Roebear who wrote (329)7/4/1999 2:48:00 PM
From: SargeK
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Roebear,

At least one analyst agrees with us long term. Following a modest drop to $.85 this FY ending 03/00, one analyst has Unifab earning $2.85 FY ending 03/01. In addition to the acquistions, the Lake Charles (LC) facility will be fully developed and it appears the analyst believes the Company Chairman when he says " LC will be the cornerstone to future growth". This is consistent with what Pete Roman has been saying all along.

investor.msn.com

investor.msn.com

By the way, some YoYo cretin on YAHOO thinks you are me since I seldom post and you have positive things to say about UFAB.

I'll continue to do some modest trading but will hold the majority of my UFAB shares for the BIG payoff.

Good luck all,

SargeK

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To: SargeK who wrote (330)7/4/1999 8:13:00 PM
From: Roebear
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SargeK,
Yeah, I saw the pervert on Yahoo, what a creep. Guess that he thinks you and I are the same is an example of his analytical skills as in zip, zero, nonexistant.
Did you check out the chart R Thomas has on securitytrader.com for UFAB. Its a beauty, you'll like it.
It was suggested btw by mois, Roebear, along with the FGI chart. They are on the trading room at the bottom under long term holds.

Later, its time for fireworks,

Roebear

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To: SargeK who wrote (330)7/5/1999 10:46:00 AM
From: Roebear
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Sarge,
Of interest IQ has gone bullish to OSX 92. Ike mostly plays indexes and techs but does dabble in oils and is usually correct when he does.

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Happy days!

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To: SargeK who wrote (330)7/5/1999 11:15:00 AM
From: Evolution
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Nice to hear from you, Sarge! EOM

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To: Evolution who wrote (333)11/4/1999 7:55:00 PM
From: Brian
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Whew, managed to stay 1/16 above the 52 week low. Are we seeing year end tax loss selling yet or is this just market jitters?

Brian

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To: Brian who wrote (334)11/22/1999 11:30:00 PM
From: Area51
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Interesting reading !!
boards.fool.com
Almost makes one want to run out and buy more UFAB.


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To: Area51 who wrote (335)11/30/1999 9:55:00 PM
From: Roebear
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Area51,
I try holding a small core position in this, but for me it is an easy stock to trade, despite its thin volume, sometimes I trade the core too. Currently I have some and will probably add as I unwind other trades. It has been good enough to me that I should hold some forever.

I even had securitytrader.com running a Long Term chart on it but I think they got tired of putting right shoulders on that inverse head and shoulder chart (VBG),they quit updating it. You will be interested to know that the measurement on that chart was $24 and I think it will get there someday.

Thanks for the post, it was instructive as there was a target for $24 with some dates on it. This company is hard to get information on sometimes, it pays to read the New Iberia paper.
Edit, ST's first measurement was 18-19, with second target at 24 1/2 at major resistance.

BTW, a lot of indices look like crapola tonight!

Best Regards,

Roebear

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To: Roebear who wrote (336)8/23/2000 6:03:52 PM
From: Aggie
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Hi Roebear and all,

Looks like this one got the cattle prod today. Does anybody have any info?

Regards to all,

Aggie

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