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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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To: ralph keating who wrote (15)10/8/1997 10:16:00 AM
From: ralph keating
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good support at 21 1/2 <eom>

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To: Louis Cornell who wrote ()10/8/1997 10:42:00 AM
From: ralph keating
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profit taking? or time for
another round of good news
to move us higher?

ralph :>

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To: ralph keating who wrote (18)10/8/1997 11:13:00 AM
From: Frank Brisebois
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Ralph:

People taking profits IMHO, after Greenspan speech.. Looks like its coming back up now, to higher grounds and beyound :-)

Frank

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To: Frank Brisebois who wrote (19)10/8/1997 12:09:00 PM
From: vince heileson
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What did greenspan say? Missed his speach

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To: vince heileson who wrote (20)10/8/1997 12:23:00 PM
From: Frank Brisebois
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Vince:

Don't know, missed it to. Market took a dump after his speech.

Frank

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To: vince heileson who wrote (20)10/9/1997 3:28:00 PM
From: Jack Hillgard
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He said that the continued low employment figures indicate that there are more jobs available then there are people qualified to fill them. Companys will have to offer higher pay to fill vacancies and that this could be construed as inflationary if these higher costs are passed on.
At least I think thats what he meant anyways.

Jack

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