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To: Melissa McAuliffe who wrote (10)8/24/1998 9:12:00 PM
From: Derald Muniz
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Good questions. I was an employee at The SABRE Group when it was spun off from American Airlines. AA kept 85% of the stock - 15% was spun off to the "public". Ended up being a great deal for AA - not so great for the "public" yet.

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To: Derald Muniz who wrote (11)9/25/1998 11:54:00 AM
From: epicure
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helllooooo- anybody out there? I added to my position today, looking forward to that ipo. Anyone else buying/selling?

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To: epicure who wrote (12)9/26/1998 5:14:00 PM
From: Derald Muniz
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You really see some potential to the this IPO? Amazon has such a lead.

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To: Derald Muniz who wrote (13)9/26/1998 9:33:00 PM
From: epicure
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I see some potential frenzy- it is after all the internet. Will it last? Should you buy it for the long haul? No- I don't think so. But as a short term investment, I'd say it has a better than average chance of success. I just bought a book from them yesterday.

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To: epicure who wrote (14)10/6/1998 6:46:00 PM
From: epicure
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briefing.com

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To: epicure who wrote (15)12/28/1998 12:01:00 PM
From: epicure
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I would just like to share with all of you my target of 200 on BKS- I arrive at this based on the fact that AMZN is worth 400 - because BKS actually makes money, they are of course not worth as much. I assume a 50% penalty is adequate, when factoring in Mgmt's abysmal lack of foresight in not losing money- thus I arrive at my 200 dollar figure.

My other stock targets are as follows-
100 on PAIR
400 on iom (money loser=good)
100 on Cien
100 on psft
200 on hal
hey I like round numbers- just call me Abby the unknown

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To: epicure who wrote (16)12/28/1998 12:04:00 PM
From: Linda Kaplan
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LOL! I believe you are a little low on BKS, but I'll take 200, X. --L

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To: Linda Kaplan who wrote (17)12/28/1998 12:05:00 PM
From: epicure
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I had to penalize them for making money- if they could just figure out how to lose more money I would raise my targets.

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To: epicure who wrote (18)12/28/1998 12:17:00 PM
From: Linda Kaplan
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Now that you've got the hang of the market, do we drop this flagrantly money-making BKS in favor of playing some AMZN and AOL? --L

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To: Linda Kaplan who wrote (19)12/28/1998 1:01:00 PM
From: Sajjad S. Hashimi
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Im so glad i jumped on this boat today. 4Bid 40 1/8 Ask 40 1/4.

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