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To: Sam Raven who wrote (222)5/12/2000 10:58:00 PM
From: Julius Wong
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SAM:

TMWD appears to gain strength.

Julius

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To: Julius Wong who wrote (223)5/13/2000 1:38:00 PM
From: Sam Raven
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Julius,

Looks like you found a good one. I didn't have it come up on scans all week, but the build up in volume looks like a give away. Wish I had seen it Wednesday evening. Were you able to catch it?

Sam
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To: Sam Raven who wrote ()5/13/2000 1:51:00 PM
From: Sam Raven
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Thought I'd review a few of the stocks from last week.

ESRX did great, I'd like to see some profit taking now....really.

PWR had trouble making headway this week, it may need a few days of profit taking, maybe take it back to test 46. We watched it Friday hoping that Thursday would carryover.

SYKE didn't follow-up Thursday's move, it looks like an easy one buy here if it breaks Thursday's high.

CTIX looking good.

Good Trading!!

Sam
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To: Sam Raven who wrote (224)5/13/2000 3:52:00 PM
From: Julius Wong
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Sam:

I did not buy TMWD. In this market I only buy stocks in strong industrial groups, oil and gas drilling.

Julius

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To: Julius Wong who wrote (226)5/14/2000 9:26:00 PM
From: Sam Raven
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I see.

Good Trading!!

Sam
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To: Sam Raven who wrote (227)5/14/2000 9:48:00 PM
From: Julius Wong
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This is a very nervous and uncertain market. The risk is lower at the strong industrial group, energy services, natural gas:

Message 13705551

Julius

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To: Sam Raven who wrote ()5/14/2000 10:18:00 PM
From: Sam Raven
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Anixter International (AXE)

AXE has traded up on two waves of buying volume and last Wednesday made a trendline bottom on lower volume. We had it on the watchlist Friday where it closed close to its opening price. I'd still like it for Monday as long as it doesn't break Friday's low of 31 3/8. If so the correction may be limited to 29 1/2 or so.

Fundamentally the company has beat expectations the last 4 quarters and has already said that they see a higher 2nd quarter profit. Their last quarter sales were up 25%.

Presently trading at a PE of 17.5 and a growth rate of 20%.

The company provide businesses with digital cabling and connectivity products delivering bandwidth. Its business has been slowed the last few years by economic activity in Asia and Latin America. Renewed growth in both regions and restructuring there should be a significant boost to the company going forward.

Good Trading!!

Sam
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To: Julius Wong who wrote (228)5/14/2000 10:36:00 PM
From: Sam Raven
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Hi Julius

The energy stocks we'll be watching tomorrow include EOG, (again) UDA, APA (again) and WMB. This is the first time WMB has come up on our screening.

As far as the market is concerned, no question about the uncertainty. We do watch a variety of different stock groups which offers trading opportunities every day, and recommend good money management for risk protection.

Good Trading!!

Sam
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To: Sam Raven who wrote (230)5/15/2000 12:01:00 AM
From: Julius Wong
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Sam:

EOG, APA, WMB are strong. I like the chart of EOG. What is UDA?

Julius

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To: Julius Wong who wrote (231)5/15/2000 12:08:00 AM
From: Sam Raven
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Ahhh, UDA is a typo! Should be UDS....Diamond Shamrock.

Thanks Julius,

Sam
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