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   Biotech / MedicalQGLY - Tech Talk, Innuendo, & Anything Goes


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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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To: ralph keating who wrote (18)10/9/1997 6:10:00 PM
From: Louis Cornell
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Ralph, time for consolidation, but we're nowhere close to profit taking. I'm kicking myself for not adding at $20, but it came and went so fast it passed me by. Support looks real strong at 21.

Went to Walgreens, and the Cough Drop section was sold out of CE. I asked the clerk if they were sold out, and he directed me back to the pharmacy area where there was an end-of-aisle display. It was about 2/3 stocked. I politely asked the cashier to re-stock the cough drop section, which he said would be done.

Looks like sales are good even in warm San Antonio!

regards,
Louis

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To: Louis Cornell who wrote (23)10/10/1997 7:00:00 PM
From: Louis Cornell
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Excellent action today! Looks like it bodes well for next week, judging by the surge so late in the session. I'm very impressed by the relative strength, which confirms my early impression that sales will far exceed expectations.

Anyone concur?

Louis

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To: Louis Cornell who wrote (24)10/10/1997 7:20:00 PM
From: ralph keating
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me too <eom>

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To: ralph keating who wrote (25)10/10/1997 7:29:00 PM
From: Frank Brisebois
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ALL:

Judging from how the dooms day people bailed out when hearing Greenspan speak last Thursday, and how QGLY rebounded back to almost where it was, in just 2 days tells me alot about this stock. 1. Fundamentals are in place; 2. Sales (I think) should be rock solid.
3. QGLY should meet its expected EPS easly. Note this is IMHO.

Frank

quig-on....Quig Marines

Frank

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