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   Technology StocksK-Tel (KTEL) Have the cheesy '70s records come to an end?


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To: Brentsky who wrote (2659)11/16/1998 6:31:00 AM
From: William Harvey
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Brentsky,

Maybe you're right about going back to the single digits. The question is, who's going to last longer, Crown Books or Amazon? Is cutting prices really the only solution? If life was that simple, hamburgers would be eating people. It'd be a mistake to give up the due diligence you've done on KTEL. Maybe sideline this one but technically, management hasn't even started to fight.

WH

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To: William Harvey who wrote (2660)11/16/1998 8:51:00 AM
From: Brentsky
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William, on the internet, price IS everything. Remember, we're talking about companies selling the exact same thing. Why would I want to pay more for the same CD from KTEL, when Amazon.com is cheaper and better known.

Furthermore, which management are you talking about. The old president who left KTEL secretly and with no announcement from KTEL. Sounds more like management is in complete disaray to me.

Brent

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To: Brentsky who wrote (2661)11/16/1998 3:34:00 PM
From: William Harvey
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Brentsky,

Yeah, but once you enter your password and pin to get onto the Playboy site, you don't really feel like doing a lot of comparison shopping. Circuit City used to design their parking lots to hard to get into so once people parked, they didn't feel like leaving without buying. Shrewd.

WH

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To: Brentsky who wrote (2661)11/16/1998 5:11:00 PM
From: Tom Hua
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Brent, the field gets more crowded everyday. Kmart is joining the pact to sell music online.

dailynews.yahoo.com

Regards,

Tom

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To: Tom Hua who wrote (2663)11/16/1998 5:15:00 PM
From: purecntry5
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You can get your online music here as well....not bad prices either... members.spree.com ...KTEL will fall IMO, although not as fast as some think due to the high short interest....

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To: William Harvey who wrote (2651)11/16/1998 10:10:00 PM
From: Y-fall
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How about cysp....Was it down too? I'm in all these stocks.

Thanks

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To: Tom Hua who wrote (2657)11/16/1998 10:45:00 PM
From: Tom Hua
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Update on price comparison. Kmart offers a single price of $13.99 for all titles on the chart (post # 2657). Kmart beats out Ktel handily on price.

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To: Tom Hua who wrote (2666)11/16/1998 11:45:00 PM
From: Jonathan C. Williams
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Thanks

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To: purecntry5 who wrote (2664)11/17/1998 12:26:00 AM
From: randy
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It's my lucky day after trying for 5 days straight my short order was filled this morning at $17. I wish I had got in sooner like some of you at 20-30 but I'll take it. This one has got to be a sure bet to go down. See ya at $5 maybe lower!!!!!!!

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To: Tom Hua who wrote (2666)11/17/1998 12:40:00 AM
From: randy
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The best price I have found on the Net is $10.99 for all CD's (super low) with compactconnection.com the symbol is TSIG. I am short on KTEL but long on TSIG. The stock price has started to move a little the last few days check it out.Also they have a telemarketing service to follow up with any problems.

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