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   Technology StocksCMGI, eBAY, AMZN, AOL - When will the pain end?


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To: RJL who wrote (32)6/23/1999 1:45:00 AM
From: BGR
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Can I trust you on that Richard?

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To: BGR who wrote (33)6/23/1999 1:50:00 AM
From: RJL
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"Can I trust you on that Richard?"

ROFL. If you're expecting a guarantee, you won't get it. I personally believe that the majority of these stocks will really feel the pain quite shortly. When this POS market breaks, they'll fall the hardest. Rightly so for the most part...(with a few exceptions).

Then again, I don't want to sound like the old Luc...calling for a crash every week.

Cheers,

Rich

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To: RJL who wrote (34)6/23/1999 9:38:00 AM
From: BGR
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You underestimate Luc, he calls for a crash every hour ...

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To: RJL who wrote (34)6/23/1999 1:45:00 PM
From: paulmcg0
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"I personally believe that the majority of these stocks will really feel the pain quite shortly." Most of the crazed speculators, sorry, make that average investors, don't seem to have paid attention to the fact that a lot of these stocks are already down 40-50% or more from their earlier highs, yet they still hold them, convinced that their Internet stocks will come back stronger than ever. Call it an intelligence test that they have failed...

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To: gizelle otero who wrote ()7/22/1999 8:37:00 AM
From: d_trader_99
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What is the pain?
These guys had moved up 100-1500% during the past year and their gains were far, far above all best companies in the world. You should enjoy your tremendous gain for the year. I don't think we could have this type of run in the near future. Thus, you may not expect them to continue running this year, next year, and .... We know Internet may be big but the purpose of investment is to make profits which rely on the company's performance. Thus, how could you buy AMZN's stock at $120 when this company burned your money $0.52 each Q? That is painful! In deed, great expectations plus great hope have built into these stocks already. If they could not surprise the Street, they would continue to go down.

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To: d_trader_99 who wrote (37)11/4/1999 7:56:00 PM
From: Jimbo Cobb
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I think the pain is over....

AOL KICKS BUTT !!!!!!!!!!!!!

jajajajajajajaja

Jimbo.

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To: Jimbo Cobb who wrote (38)12/5/1999 5:26:00 PM
From: BMASS5306
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I was just talking to my friend who several years ago suggested I buy QCOM. I think the price was around 40 when he told me. Needless to say we never bought it, so as a request from "big lou" I would like to add QCOM to that list. Thanks.

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To: BGR who wrote (35)4/12/2000 7:06:00 PM
From: RocketMan
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Yeah, he's like a stopped clock :-)

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To: BGR who wrote (35)4/24/2000 5:51:00 PM
From: Road Walker
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"Thats just old Luc and Luc's waitin' for the judgement day"

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To: Road Walker who wrote (41)4/24/2000 6:02:00 PM
From: The Duke of URL©
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"Say, wait a minute, Chester, you know Janet's the only one, who sent me here with her regards for everyone."

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