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To: Captain Jack who wrote ()3/6/1998 8:23:00 PM
From: Junkyardawg
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My pick for an undervalued stock is "ALYA".
They say that they are going to become a reporting
company in the very near future.
1.4 million shares in the float
Several contracts already signed
Virtualy know competition
CREDIBILITY-joint venture with MOTOROLA
Check out the thread on "ALYA" for more information

GOOD LUCK

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To: Captain Jack who wrote ()3/7/1998 10:03:00 AM
From: Kerry S. Nelson
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Hello Captain Jack:

I have two picks. One is CVIA over the next month. They are about to complete a merger and an acquisition and will hopefully gap up from under 2 cents to much more. However, it is my "gut feeling" that we'll see them down to the 1.2 to 1.4 cent range before the rise. But that is just my opinion or "hunch"!

The other pick is MINE. THey are expected to post results mid-March that verifies that they indeed have all the gold in the mine they own as they claim. I think this is another one to watch carefully over the next month. My gut feeling on this one tells me that the base price before such news is about 8 cents. Their low is 5 cents with their 52 week high of 0.9688 ....If they are able to produce independent concurrence of their claims, they may potentially be a tremendous gainer in the very short term.

Let me know your impressions!

Kerry

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To: Captain Jack who wrote ()3/7/1998 9:29:00 PM
From: Makedacash
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**LTGL** and **PLFM** (inside)

LTGL - Some good news (financials) is due mid March maybe sooner. They just finalized and closed a deal with Radio Shack, they will carry their product in 6800 stores....deals with PEP Boys and WalMart Possible in the near future...

PLFM - Also news about Guatamala and Brasilian contract coming close to being finalized A possible announcement on Monday.....Test Flight in April will be done....Most recent conversation with Howard Foote (CEO)...want to be a Fortune 50 co. and claim to want stock to be at $10 by June......

Due your own DD....and invest what's comfortable for you

John

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To: Captain Jack who wrote ()3/8/1998 12:27:00 AM
From: Lucky
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For all of you interested in a great penny stock, you should look at OTC-WAVC "Waverider Communications" They are forming an
excellent management team to prepare for the global lauch of there wireless modems this May 1998. There CEO is former Dell Canada and
Dell Europe CEO, Bruce Sinclair. There CFO is former Dell Canada CFO Scott Thorton and they just hired (Feb 17,1998) a new vp for
marketing, the former VP of marketing for Clearnet PCS. The stock is trading at approximately 1.00-1.05 and it has tremendous support
at 1.00. The stock is very undervalued with the potential it has. The managent is actually to good to be true for a start-up company, but many people in the wireless industry are closely observing the launch of there product. The stock is projected to be between 5-7 dollars by the end of the year and the sky is the limit if the product is widely accepted. Can you imagine a wireless modem with your lap top at speeds ranging from 35Kbps to 512kbps or from your home. I recommend you do your own research on this company, but I am very pleased to say that I believe this penny stock has tremdous potential.
There website is www.waverider.com and there investor relations number is 1-888-533-1910. thanks I believe the number of oustanding shares is between 20-25million.

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To: Lucky who wrote (4)3/8/1998 10:54:00 PM
From: Captain Jack
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FNTN

Thank you for all of your great posts. All of these picks look like they have some enormous potential. I will due some more DD this week.
Check out FNTN. I think that this one is ready to move soon. I have a feeling that news should be coming soon.

Thanks,

CJ

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To: Kerry S. Nelson who wrote (2)3/8/1998 10:57:00 PM
From: Captain Jack
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Kerry,

I own 50k of CVIA presently and I am excited to see the details of the merger in the next month. I read on the CVIA thread that the merger should be complete in the time period of 2 to 4 weeks. I checked out
MINE also, the chart looks like it might be ready to move. Any significant news on the horizon?

CJ

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To: Lucky who wrote (4)3/8/1998 11:03:00 PM
From: Captain Jack
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Lucky,

I've heard of WAVC. The story looks good. Wireless modems would be great applications for laptops and small hand-held computers and organizers. Check out OTC-WAVX , "Wave Systems Corp." They are also around the $1.15 range with enormous support at $1. They should be relisted on the NASDAQ by mid year and they should have some great news by the end of the year. They announced a deal with IBM last December. Good "LUCK",

CJ

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To: Captain Jack who wrote (7)3/9/1998 2:46:00 PM
From: Captain Jack
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Another one to watch.....

NETZ

There has been some good activity with this one in the past few weeks. The first run up was from 0.28 to 1.15 two weeks ago.
Today it went from 0.38 to 0.70 on some fairly good volume.

Good Luck!

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To: Captain Jack who wrote ()3/9/1998 3:31:00 PM
From: Leroyt
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MISM: Getting read to move up!

Refer to the following thread:
Subject 19624

Dan Masters (CEO/President) took over the company near the end of 1996. Moved company from Vancouver to Nasdaq:BB last June. Just closing 3 major acquistions which should yield significant earnings. Backed by Chairman of the Board -- Wilfred Shaw who took over the company from previous management after they ran the company into the ground.

Business: franchising. Total Revenues from Denver based Pretzelmakers: $55 million (at least 5% to MISM). Total revenues for company run auto purchase in Canada: $20 million. Plans to resell auto stores in Canada to franchisers and more than recoup the investment put into the purchase along with a constant revenue stream. Investing $200k in 1998 to promote the company.

Later, Leroyt

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To: Leroyt who wrote (9)3/9/1998 4:14:00 PM
From: ANGLER
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To all

I think I have discovered a undervalued stock on nasdaq named Child/Grip: Inc, symbol GPIP. The company offers a national registration and education program to help prevent the abduction of children. The company also provides an emergency response system that will substantially reduce response time for missing children situations. With one out 42 children being reported missing each year in the US, the company has a huge market. The company is about to go nationally with it's product.

The company can be contacted to 1-888-find-911, find911@aol.com, or www.cgrip.com

Furthermore, I am going to try starting a thread on GPIP.

Angler

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