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To: zalesky who wrote (180)12/18/1998 3:32:00 AM
From: E. Davies
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From a bigger picture it looks as though DELL has been consolidating for about 6 months now, similar to what it did at the end of 1997.
The start of 1998 was met with a DELL explosion. The start of 1997 was met with a DELL explosion. The explosion in 1996 occurred later in the year, but also after a basing period of about 6 months.
Each period of rapid growth occured when the 50dma moved close to our touched the 200dma exactly as is happening how.
If the history repeats we would see a move up to 200 (wow!) over the first six months of 1999. I can live with that.
Eric

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To: E. Davies who wrote (181)12/20/1998 12:03:00 AM
From: zalesky
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To E.Davies: Great analysis and even if your half right-
we're talkin at least 100 bucks. I can live with that!
Good Luck and hang on to this yearly winner!! LETS MAKE
SOME $$$!!!

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To: zalesky who wrote (182)12/21/1998 6:03:00 PM
From: KELLIS
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I am a new DELL shareholder as of today. What are the opinions on todays action? Is today considered to be a technical breakout?

Kellis

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To: KELLIS who wrote (183)12/21/1998 9:41:00 PM
From: zalesky
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To Kellis: Yes Sir, you've got the idea!! Today was
a Classic technical breakout after weeks of trading
in the 60s. We're on our way up to 92!!!

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To: KELLIS who wrote (183)12/21/1998 10:38:00 PM
From: TechTrader42
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"Is today considered to be a technical breakout?"

This is what's known as overbought.

Brooke

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To: TechTrader42 who wrote (185)12/21/1998 11:00:00 PM
From: Michael Young
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<<This is what's known as overbought. >>

Huh?

A breakout on good volume from a consolidation period is hardly "overbought." The stock is not extended at all.

MIKE

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To: Michael Young who wrote (186)12/21/1998 11:09:00 PM
From: TechTrader42
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"The stock is not extended at all.

Check out shorter-term indicators such as CCI(13). Overbought.

It's got two gaps in a row, too. Walkin' on air, it is. Those gaps are gonna get filled.

Brooke

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To: TechTrader42 who wrote (187)12/22/1998 7:20:00 AM
From: Rob L.
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I agree with Brookleise, this stock is a bit ahead of itself. The gaps created about a month ago were filled today, but in doing so it created another gap, this time on the downside. Dell has a very good history of filling its gaps so I look for the stock to move down to Thursday's high at some point in the near future. I sold at the 71 gap yesterday and will buy back when the new gap is filled.

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To: Michael Young who wrote (186)12/22/1998 12:15:00 PM
From: RealMuLan
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Take a look at the Bollinger Bands since Aug. you will know what will happen to DELL in the next couple of days.

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To: RealMuLan who wrote (189)12/22/1998 1:23:00 PM
From: pigfarmer
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i don't know anyting about bollinger bands but i would love to know what you think


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