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To: Bill Turk who wrote (6)10/5/1997 1:29:00 PM
From: Louis Cornell
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Bill,

That's quite a discount. Walgreens had been selling CE for around $6 a pop.

This could really boost early sales.

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To: ralph keating who wrote (4)10/5/1997 5:49:00 PM
From: Louis Cornell
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Ralph, aren't the international sales, at least those in the southern hemisphere counter-seasonal to ours? The strategy would be to expand sales in our summer to counteract the seasonality of the product. I suppose to the extent developments occur now that it would bode well for next year's earnings picture, but I have found very little on those kinds of developments. Have you found anyhting?

regards,
Louis

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To: Louis Cornell who wrote (8)10/5/1997 6:03:00 PM
From: Jonathan Bulkeley
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Hi everyone...I haven't written for a while so I thought I would add my two cents, I mean lozenges ;)

The stock is looking extremely strong here and all the annecdotal evidence from my discussions with consumers is that Cold-Eeze is the recommended product by all those in the know. The good news is that word is spreading fast and certainly sales will be strong. How strong though? That's the question. Louis, I agree with you that we could/should be looking at $1.50 and 20-25x, but hey I would be very happy with $1.25 and 20x.

Quig on everyone and Shlama thanks for the mention recently ;)

Jonathan

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To: Jonathan Bulkeley who wrote (9)10/5/1997 6:33:00 PM
From: Louis Cornell
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Jonathan, current earnings consensus for 1998 is $1.52. See
ultra.zacks.com

I think 20-25X forward earnings is very conservative given the high rate of growth. When, not if, the market factors a more realistic 40-45X earnings it will get very interesting - 40X 1998 earnings gives you $60 a share.

I think $30 by November timeframe is do-able, but I'm not psychic!

Based on consensus growth from 1997 to 98, you get an EGR of 30%
which means if you assume a PEG of 1 you get a $45 share price. No matter how you calculate it, we're way undervalued here.

regards,
Louis

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To: Louis Cornell who wrote (10)10/6/1997 4:07:00 AM
From: Jonathan Bulkeley
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Louis: We are in violent agreement :)

I just don't want everyone bumping their expectations for the stock up too quickly. While I like to make lots of money quickly, I always routed for the tortoise and would love to see slow and steady stock appreciation.

Having said that, I DO believe that we will see significantly higher value for all the reasons you outlined.

Jonathan

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To: Louis Cornell who wrote (10)10/6/1997 9:59:00 AM
From: ralph keating
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hi louis, 21 x 21.250 vol 101,700 i like the slow move up rather
than last years runup's.

ralph :>

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To: ralph keating who wrote (12)10/6/1997 9:57:00 PM
From: Louis Cornell
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Ralph, I don't control whether the move is fast or slow, but my guess is that when sales start to accelerate this fall and winter, so will the price of QGLY stock.

Look at a chart of the move last fall and winter and you'll see what I mean. I like making money faster rather than slower, although the new cap gains treatment surely provides a longer term incentive to hold.

Nice $2 up move today!

Louis

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To: Louis Cornell who wrote (13)10/7/1997 7:48:00 AM
From: MIKLEDS
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Where can I find a chart of last winters price movement? What is the symbol? Using Qgly on yahoo I can only go back to april of 97. Thanks

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To: MIKLEDS who wrote (14)10/7/1997 8:13:00 AM
From: ralph keating
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last year it was quig

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To: MIKLEDS who wrote (14)10/7/1997 6:54:00 PM
From: Louis Cornell
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You have to go to Wall St. City for a full historical graph. Check my profile (click my name) for the website address. It's one of my favs. Or better yet,

just click here
tscn.com

regards,
Louis

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