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   Technology StocksCheckFree Holdings Corp. (CKFR), the next Dell, Intel?


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To: tktom who wrote (20290)8/24/2006 9:27:02 AM
From: Rob C.
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Tom and all,

Just wanted to stop and see if anyone was still here. Checkfree looks like a buy to me, seems to be basing right now. I am thinking about buying some, it has been a long while.

Regards,

Rob

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To: Rob C. who wrote (20291)8/28/2006 2:53:18 PM
From: Neil H
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I doubled my holdings lately. Obviously I agree with you.

Regards

Neil

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To: Neil H who wrote (20292)9/15/2006 10:29:35 AM
From: Rob C.
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Neil,

I sold my traders today. Good luck. I made enough on this very short term trade.

Regards,

Rob

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To: Rob C. who wrote (20293)1/31/2007 8:56:42 AM
From: Neil H
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Hopefully you picked up your traders again.


AP
Ahead of the Bell: CheckFree Climbs
Wednesday January 31, 8:49 am ET
Shares of Checkfree Rise As Company Adds Major Customers During Second Quarter

NEW YORK (AP) -- Shares of CheckFree Corp. rose in pre-market trading Wednesday after the electronic payments processor posted strong fiscal second-quarter profit fueled by more transactions and several key customer signings.



Norcross, Ga.-based Checkree, which facilitates more than one billion payments a year, beat Wall Street's forecasts for second-quarter earnings and said revenue rose 11 percent.

SunTrust Robinson Humphrey analyst Andrew W. Jeffrey said the quarter saw large companies adopt CheckFree's technology to host payments through the Internet and electronic portals.

Jeffrey pointed to CheckFree's signing of Wal-Mart Stores Inc., retail bank BB&T Corp. and the "critical enlistment" of American Express Co., as proof CheckFree's strategy "has legs."

CheckFree hosted 3 percent more transactions in the second quarter than the first quarter, spurred by online payments.

The results were "in stark contrast to recent fears of a weak transaction quarter," Robert W. Baird analyst David J. Koning wrote in a client note.

Shares of CheckFree rose $1.80, or 4.6 percent, to $41 in pre-market trading, after closing Tuesday at $39.20 on the Nasdaq.

Regards

Neil

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To: Neil H who wrote (20294)2/2/2007 8:04:05 AM
From: Rob C.
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Neil,

I am out for now. Trading Ciena these days. As always Checkfree is always on my watch list.

Regards,

Rob

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From: Sr K8/2/2007 10:04:13 AM
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takeout at $48

Reuters U.S. Company News
08:44 a.m. 08/02/2007

NEW YORK, Aug 2 (Reuters) - Fiserv Inc., (FISV) which sells data processing technology and services to the financial industry, said on Thursday it was buying CheckFree Corp. (CKFR), an online check and bill-paying company, for $4.4 billion in cash.

CheckFree shareholders would receive $48 per share, or 30 percent more than the Aug. 1 closing level of $36.83.

The deal is expected to close by Dec. 31. (Reporting by Dan Wilchins)

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From: tktom5/18/2016 9:58:18 AM
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CheckFree was certainly one of my all time best investments.. Thank you Pete K!

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