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   Technology StocksSLNN, Development partner with ORCL/JAVA

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To: MKTsavvy who wrote (23)12/7/1999 6:52:00 PM
From: Toby Zidle
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MKT, The symbol SLNNE for Solutionnet International no longer exists. If you want to track the stock you need to use symbol SLNN. This change was effective November 18, per Dow Jones (see msg #20). jjs64 says SLNN was delisted from NASD and is now a pink sheet stock (see msg #21). That's a level below OTCBB.

I'm able to track historical price data for SLNN through a link I posted in Msg #22. This link shows SLNN recovered from a 12/3/99 Close at $2 to a 12/6/99 Close at $5.

Someone could have made 150% in a day. Pure gambling! I got my SLNN stock from an IPO distribution by SHAL. When I tried to sell at $15, I learned that I had restricted stock, unable to sell for 12 months from the distribution date. By the time I can get rid of it, it will probably be trading at 25 cents.. I see no future in this stock, but I did get it free. It just shows that a stock can be worth what you paid for it.

Good luck to you!

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To: Toby Zidle who wrote (24)12/10/1999 6:44:00 PM
From: MKTsavvy
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Thanks for the info, I got the stock through the SHAL distribution as well.....could very well be worthless.

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