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To: Freeflight who wrote ()11/3/1999 3:32:00 AM
From: elmatador
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Freeflight, how does the performance of your technical investing compares with the guys who use the "bread and butter" CSCO Thread? Are you getting higher returns than the guys there?

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To: Vendit™ who wrote (99)12/18/2002 11:40:12 AM
From: Freeflight
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Extreme, Foundry,and redback are just high end interconnected LAN vendors i.e. the modern replacements for Cabletron, 3com, SynOppitcs, Chipcom and Ungermann-Bass. The new leapfrog hig end interconnected WAN vendors (with serious barrier to entry software) are juniper, avici, ciena. clearly the high end WAN manufacturers have an opening to grab share in the enterprise space just like cisco/ios did with the Crecendo acquistion which was the sole foundation for the csco catalyst(mario mazzolla). Avici clearly has its back up against the wall in service provider and can luck into a dramatic explosion on the scene into high end enterprise server/disk farms to interconnect them. system integrators would love an alternative to cisco and not just lan interconnected devices. avici could be a dark horse if mgmt can redirect.

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To: Freeflight who wrote (110)1/30/2003 12:51:26 AM
From: ehasfjord
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Looks like CSCO going down more tomorrow.
Slight up swing, hanging man penetration
into prior candle, drop in after hours.
Good points, RSI and Stoch. indicate a
oversold condition. CSCO could be
forming an end to the 2nd W. Watch it
like a movie short term.
Take Care!

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To: ehasfjord who wrote (111)2/8/2003 11:35:16 PM
From: ehasfjord
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Chart (weekly) getting more ugly.
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To: ehasfjord who wrote (112)4/9/2003 11:06:00 AM
From: Freeflight
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csco to issue dividends someday and then the stock will rally big with new institutions and pension plans buying into csco big time.

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To: Freeflight who wrote (113)4/10/2003 12:44:18 AM
From: ehasfjord
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Probably. But, at present, on a day to day chart over
the past 120 days it shows a down trend. For today,
bad candle, moving ave. down, RSI is headed down (this is
good, if it starts showning oversold) stoch. down, momentum
is up a bit, and bollinger bands still on a downward trend.
If it goes below 13, then I nibble some more. My guess,
is that it will drop more tomorrow -

HOWEVER, IN THIS MARKET WHO THE BLEEP KNOWS WHAT THE BLEEP
IS GOING TO HAPPEN? "NORMAL" indicators don't apply the
way they used to. Some others that you may be interested
in (very strong charts) are PUMA, CTXS, and MGIC. I don't
know what has caused MGIC's rise (perhaps the beginning of
the end of Iraq as it used to be). Another one is JDSU -
it has been so beaten to death, but it appears to be
raising itself from the ashes.
Take Care!

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To: ehasfjord who wrote (114)4/10/2003 12:55:50 PM
From: SouthFloridaGuy
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Put it on the record. The CSCO chart looks like sh!t. The OBV is declining and breaking new ground for the current period. We have a clear descending triangle with support at 12.75. Some big volume days two weeks ago tell me that there is way too much pressure and 12.75 will break, taking us down 20-25% quite fast.

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To: SouthFloridaGuy who wrote (115)4/11/2003 12:48:47 AM
From: ehasfjord
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I had "quessed" that CSCO was going down today (04.10.03),
and instead it stayed even. I will stick to my original
thought - nibble at 13. and if it goes back to 10.00,
buy more. "Heel", it worked before. BTW, in after hours,
it went up .22, Todays chart shows a hammer candle, Boll. Bands are approaching a bottom, RSI @ 36 (indicating a
flow to oversold, stochastics down, MO flat. Based upon
the after hours + the Hammer + BB's + RSI, i'll venture
a guess that CSCO will go up tomorrow, and then hopefully
go back to a downward trend. Did you check out the other
"positive" charts for the other stocks I listed?
Take Care

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