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To: Junkyardawg who wrote (1)12/28/1998 1:06:00 PM
From: Walter Morton
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To: Captain Jack who wrote (42)12/29/1998 5:02:00 PM
From: Gator
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MDIH. At $0.75. Made $0.06/share 1st qtr. 2nd quarter numbers due next week or two (before Jan 15). Expecting more of the same, according to recent conference call (approx $2.1 mil in revenue and $0.06 in earnings in first qtr also projected for 2nd qtr and remaining quarters of year). Lots of growth initiatives, including e-commerce, planned in upcoming months. Look for a half-dozen new lottery contracts to be announced in next 3-6 months.

New PR group on board (Columbia Financial). Will start push in January. Arthur Andersen is MDIH's auditors. Fully reporting and looking for Smallcap listing in 1999.


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To: Captain Jack who wrote (42)1/11/1999 2:43:00 PM
From: Gator
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MDI Entertainment Inc. Reports Record Second Quarter Results

Revenue Increased 631 Percent

Net Income Up 252 Percent

HARTFORD, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 11, 1999--MDI Entertainment Inc. (OTC BB:MDIH) announced today record results for the second quarter ended Nov. 30, 1998.

Total revenues for the second quarter ended Nov. 30, 1998, were $2,003,929, compared to $317,495 for the same period 1997. Net income for the quarter was $421,650, or $0.05 per share, versus $(278,126), or $(0.04) per share in 1997.

Commenting on the announcement, Steven Saferin, president and CEO of MDI Entertainment Inc., said, ''Our record results for the second quarter reflect the success of our strategy to become the leading provider of licensed promotions of well-known entertainment properties and brand names to the lottery industry. The Company is highly confident of continued revenue acceleration for the rest of the fiscal year.''

MDI Entertainment Inc. specializes in creating, marketing and implementing entertainment-based promotions to the North American lottery industry. MDI Entertainment Inc.'s current lottery promotions include scratch games, featuring properties such as Harley-Davidson, Star Trek, Wheel of Fortune, Twilight Zone and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. A significant aspect of MDI Entertainment's promotion is the awarding of merchandise tied to the various properties as prizes.

The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 provides a ''safe harbor'' for forward-looking statements. Certain information included in this press release (as well as information included in oral statements or other written statements made or to be made by MDI) contains statements that are forward-looking, such as statements relating to the future anticipated direction of the lottery industry, plans for future expansion, various business development activities, planned capital expenditures, future funding sources, anticipated sales and potential contracts. Such forward-looking information involves important risks and uncertainties that could significantly affect anticipated results in the future and, accordingly, such results may differ from those expressed in any forward-looking statements made by or on behalf of MDI. These risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, those relating to development and expansion activities, dependence on existing management, financing activities, domestic and global economic conditions, changes in federal or state tax laws and market competition factors.


MDI Entertainment Inc. and Subsidiaries
Consolidated Statements of Operations

Three Months ended
November 30,
1998 1997
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(unaudited) (unaudited)

Revenue $2,003,929 $ 317,495

Cost of revenue 1,072,067 193,241
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Gross profit 931,862 124,254

Selling, general and
administrative expenses 484,775 400,833
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Operating income (loss) 447,087 (276,579)

Interest (income) expense, net (4,935) 488
Other expense, net 192 2,760
Minority interest -- (1,751)
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Net income (loss) before
income tax expense 451,830 (278,076)

Income tax expense 30,180 50
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Net income (loss) $ 421,650 $ (278,126)
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Basic earnings (loss)
per common share $ 0.05 $ (0.04)

Diluted earnings (loss)
per common share $ 0.05 $ (0.04)


MDI Entertainment Inc.
Steven Saferin, 860/527-5359
The Pinnacle Group
Mark Cohen, 516/773-2477

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To: Captain Jack who wrote ()2/11/1999 9:28:00 AM
From: Wazzy98
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CHRM, Extremely Undervalued!!

This stock is about as jnknown and undervalued as they come. They just reported earnings of 52 cents/share for the past nine months on revenues of about 60 million. It looks like this thing really moves with volume. Check it out and do your own dd. A winner in the making.

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To: Wazzy98 who wrote (46)2/12/1999 1:27:00 PM
From: Jimmy Dunn
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wegi is a turn-around company. At 33 cents, this
company has new management which has proved itself
by posting profits for the last two quarters. Their
latest quarterly financials are at:

The company has been pretty much unknown until now,
but I expect that once investors become aware of
it, the price should jump nicely.

This is currently an SEC reporting company, and my
understanding is that a press release may be coming
very soon.

Do your own DD, but after researching many otcbb
stocks, this looks like a real mover to me. Small
float, so get in soon before the move starts.

BTW, all insider trades have been buys.

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To: Jimmy Dunn who wrote (47)2/12/1999 3:10:00 PM
From: Chris O'Keefe
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Unknown and unloved, but not for long... Keep an eye on KWIN, Kenwick Industries, for the next couple of weeks.

Low-float: 450,000 shares (Outstanding shares 4.05M). With no news and no hype stock has moved in the last two weeks from .50 range to over a $1. Last post on SI thread was Dec. '98--people have forgotten about this one.

Business profitable already: Annual projection of $0.40 EPS. An upcoming earnings report will let us know the actuals. I spoke with the CFO of the company and he says the earnings will be reported in about a month. As best we can tell, no surprises are expected and if that's the case, an annual EPS of the above projection would be expected.

Strange thing: The company has two lines of business, an English-as-a-foreign-language division and an automotive division ("Automax"). The EAFL is 10% of the company revenues and the Automax is 90%. Apparently, the Automax has been very successful and we'll be hearing about it soon.

Company phone: 1-800-822-4122

Final word: I'm hearing that a brokerage company is looking to follow this next week (possibly starting on Tuesday).

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To: Captain Jack who wrote ()2/18/1999 11:46:00 AM
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Biopharmaceutics, Inc. (OTC BB: BOPM) The Company has just completed its restructuring by selling and closing two non-performing assets. With the addition of more equity capital invested by the Company's officers/Directors (including myself) the Company can concentrate on increasing sales of its feminine health products. The Company's established brands are: Feminique(r), Koromex(r) and Vaginex(r). These products are sold in major drug stores. The Company's web site is:

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To: Captain Jack who wrote ()3/5/1999 3:41:00 PM
From: John H. Farro
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I'm not sure if I should mention this stock here because it is trading at around $1.25, but it is so close to $1 and the potential is good, so I hope no one will mind.

Paracelsian (PRLN) might be undervalued. Previous management was thoroughly incompetant and may have been previously corrupt. They made many promises that they didn't keep and the market grew distrustful of them. They were on the brink of bankruptcy in January 1998 when they were taken over by new, and very competant management. Since then, the stock has gone from 1/8 to $1.25, and several exciting initiatives should be launched within the next month or two. This stock should be trading higher for what it has to offer, but I think the market is still skeptical because it remembers promises broken in the past by previous management.

I discussed the stock thoroughly here:

Subject 26220

If you read through the post at the above link you will have a good idea of both the strengths and the weaknesses of this stock. I don't like hyping without presenting the potential downside. The stock is still somewhat risky, but if they execute as well over the next few months as they have over the past year they will be valued substantially higher.

Robin Messing

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To: John H. Farro who wrote (50)3/6/1999 4:39:00 PM
From: Captain Hook
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WORC will be a runner with their new SWIM Software and with good exposure coming as they will be featured on CNBC next Saturday, this is truly an undervalued play.

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To: Captain Hook who wrote (51)3/9/1999 12:19:00 AM
From: QuietWon
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Fellow named Rodney has new thread - good idea imo
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