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To: DAY TRADER who wrote (33)4/18/1999 10:44:00 PM
From: Blayton
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Looks like a move to take over the corp. - notice it only moved 77K shares even with all of that price increase. people are holding on to it, and paying a premium to get more.

I had been holding mine, but sold on Fri. at 7 1/2 however. May get back in it there is a reason to; but it may be very hard.

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To: Blayton who wrote (34)4/19/1999 3:25:00 AM
From: DAY TRADER
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How did you fill? When it was seven I put a limit

at 3 1/2 never got filled

DT

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To: DAY TRADER who wrote (35)4/19/1999 9:24:00 PM
From: Blayton
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Day Trader, <OT>

I use E*Trade to execute and I monitor my positions with My Track Level II. I was so busy watching another position, I did not notice NCLS's upward movement until it was almost at 2. I had set my alarm for it at 4.62 and placed it in my "lost cause bin" after the reverse split, and had not paid it much attention since then. I then kept coming back to it frequently until it hit 4 and then I kept it on my screen. I tried to set a stop limit at 6 1/2, but I got an error message. After the bid reached 7, I was prepared to sell while the elevator was still going up, but then the bid moved up to 7 1/2 and the momentum just started to slow down slightly. I held my breath and entered a sell order at 7 1/2. At first I thought that I had missed it, because the bid began to drop, but later I got a confirmation of the sale.

I try to sell when the upward movement is still fast. I lose the maximum potential of the return, but I prefer that to missing the sell and sliding back to a position that is underwater [which happens too, when I am not careful].

I guess I said all of this to say that sometimes it executes, and sometimes it doesn't.

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To: Blayton who wrote (36)4/20/1999 1:16:00 AM
From: DAY TRADER
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That is the greatest luck,

Wish I had that luck

Congrats

DT

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To: DAY TRADER who wrote (37)4/20/1999 10:14:00 AM
From: Blayton
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<OT> DT,

I certainly was not skill,,,,,,, LOL...

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To: Blayton who wrote (38)4/20/1999 10:54:00 AM
From: DAY TRADER
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hehee sometimes, its just good timing

DT

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To: DAY TRADER who wrote (37)5/7/1999 2:31:00 PM
From: Green Receipt
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whats the deal today? no news but its up 22% a share....

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To: Green Receipt who wrote (40)5/8/1999 3:44:00 AM
From: DAY TRADER
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don't really know, unfortunately I sold

all of mine at $3

DT

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To: Green Receipt who wrote (40)7/26/1999 6:38:00 AM
From: DAY TRADER
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Anyone still holding here?

DT

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To: DAY TRADER who wrote (42)7/26/1999 8:30:00 AM
From: Green Receipt
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i sold out months ago

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