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To: JC Jaros who wrote (5)10/13/2000 2:28:39 PM
From: sandeep
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Yeah, it is intentionally under this category...

The company has $5-7 per share. It should be worth somewhere there, right :-)

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To: sandeep who wrote (6)10/13/2000 2:35:54 PM
From: JC Jaros
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Sure! $5 anyway... Theres still a big expense side drain with legal and advertising costs. --- Still, I'd be a lot more comfortable if they'd break out the 'mouse' number in their earnings. -JCJ

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To: sandeep who wrote (4)10/13/2000 3:53:18 PM
From: The Duke of URL©
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"Smart nuns to sell MSFT shares"

Heaven, Forgive Them, They Know Not What They Do.

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To: sandeep who wrote (1)10/13/2000 4:59:57 PM
From: Andy Thomas
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looks like a nice meltup today... too bad 'they' didn't choose to kite msft up.

andy

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To: sandeep who wrote (1)10/13/2000 5:00:27 PM
From: Andy Thomas
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my target is .50
andy

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To: sandeep who wrote (6)10/13/2000 5:01:38 PM
From: Andy Thomas
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wow... so their price:book is down to 10 or under? say when they get to $5 a share (book value) i'll be a buyer... my previous target of .50 was too low.

andy

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To: Andy Thomas who wrote (10)10/13/2000 5:01:59 PM
From: sandeep
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Welcome to the board then...

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To: sandeep who started this subject10/16/2000 10:19:22 AM
From: Andy Thomas
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interesting how they're letting oil companies merge yet the antitrust suit against msft goes ahead unabated. '... things that make you go, hmmm.'

in any event my belief in msft as a sub-$10 stock remains firm... in other words the doj is the least of msft's problems.

still the disconnect between their predicament and what is being allowed by the oil companies is interesting to say the least.

andy

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To: sandeep who started this subject10/16/2000 10:54:11 AM
From: Andy Thomas
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nice action in msft so far today... down over $4... let's see if the 'plunge protection team' steps in or if they just let this one fall. it's getting more and more difficult for the powers that be to carry this bubble forward.

can anyone say 'deflation?' how about 'hyperinflation?'

'stagflation' anyone?

andy

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To: Andy Thomas who wrote (13)10/16/2000 11:38:59 AM
From: Insitu
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Andy--No oil company comes close to a 90% market share, as MSFT has in both PC operating systems and word processing. Exxon and Mobil combined might have a 20% to 30% market share. However much you may dislike Big Oil, the market share numbers back up the DOJ in both approving oil mergers and chasing after the MSFT monopoly. JMO

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