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To: Cadaver who wrote (839)12/12/1997 12:30:00 AM
From: Greg Butcher
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Cad, Thank you for the explanation, I even printed it and added it to my TA notes.

I never knew the difference of the patterns. now I do..I covered with a very small loss up another 1/4 today....do I know how to pick em, or what!!

Greg

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To: Greg Butcher who wrote (840)2/5/1998 12:26:00 AM
From: Tom Kinakin
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Shorters,

Here is a great new short for you.

It is my opinion, as a Registered Securities Advisor, that there is no way that Thermo Tech can justify its current share price and the market will recognize that in short order. The larger shareholders and the stockbrokers with substantial positions on their books now know the truth regarding the recent Court Ruling.

These speculators must now realize they have been deceived by Thermo Tech regarding the Court Ruling. Soon enough they will also realize some or most of Thermo Tech's other claims of the new financings, joint ventures, sources of waste supply and capacity of operations leading to profitability may be just as deceiving as the two news releases referred to above.

This stock should sell-off significantly starting in the next day or two. The share price must crash below one dollar soon and I have no doubt that the 50 cent level will be tested in near future. That will give shorters attractive opportunities for profits.

I cannot see the share price holding the current levels so there is very little risk in shorting Thermo Tech at this time. The Court has ruled Thermo Tech breached its contract with Trooper Technologies and it is liable for costs in this action plus damages to be decided when the trial resumes. This is a classic opportunity to profit in a stock's price that has nowhere to go but down.

My next newsletter will go into greater detail about Thermo Tech's problems, the shortcomings of management and the hype from the IR department.

In the meantime, if you have a margin account, short-sell TTRIF until the share price is below $1.00.

Tom Kinakin
Registered Securities Advisor

tomkin@rogerswave.ca

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To: Tom Kinakin who wrote (841)2/8/1998 9:10:00 PM
From: David S.
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CCSI - Chromatic Color Sciences. smells like day old fish.

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To: David S. who wrote (842)3/4/1998 11:52:00 PM
From: Bruce Cullen
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SHORT (TXCC),(INTC) down 10+ On Asia, forcast well below

The chips and electronics will dump tomorrow!

(TXCC) deals with Semiconductor business largely!

"Intel said its first quarter earnings shortfall was
primarily due to the part of its business called OEM (original
equipment manufacturer) turns, where PC makers order and receive
their chip inventory within one quarter."

The chart says that this could drop on right triangle.

TranSwitch Corporation designs, develops, markets and supports highly integrated digital and mixed-signal semiconductor solutions for the data communications and
telecommunications markets. For the nine months ended 9/97, revenues rose 21% to $18.8 million. Net loss fell 31% to $2.3 million. Revenues reflect sales of new ATM
products and strong demand for the SONET product lines. Lower loss reflects higher gross profit and lower R&D costs as a percentage of revenues.

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To: David S. who wrote ()3/5/1998 1:27:00 AM
From: Bruce Cullen
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(TXCC) Is a great short if you know TA, many do not have a sense for it whatsoever, it takes years of watching each and every day very closely.

David,

Did you have a bad day?

Typo's are common, sorry for the mixup, but I have worked in the market. Have you? I am just curious. Anyway just watch and learn.

Why waste time arguing.

BjC

PS David you sound like a real opportunist, seems almost all your comments are negative and have an attack sort of air about them, here they are baby!

Negative everyone? Your posts make you look jealous of others, whats with the comments, I just know how to deliver the message!

You said all this
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To: Bruce Cullen who wrote (844)3/5/1998 2:12:00 AM
From: Lachesis Atropos
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A newby's picks for corrections

I am currently shorting

ICGX, RSND, and VCSI

Hopefully the bad news will take some of the air out these.
I feel like am standing in a bull stampede. I'll hold for a
few more days.

Any comments.

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To: Lachesis Atropos who wrote (845)3/5/1998 2:29:00 AM
From: Bruce Cullen
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I feel the same way on some of my shorts.

BjC

Bull stampede should end today

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To: Bruce Cullen who wrote (846)3/5/1998 2:45:00 AM
From: Lachesis Atropos
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Thanks for the empathy.

I was bagdering bulls all day on the Yahoo
DIMD group. Bulls get real defensive when you
tell them that a correction is due.

I am new to these groups and find that longs cherish
their illusions and defend them inspite of anything.
The discussions don't tend to be very objective.
I am accustom to the newsgroup techy groups. They seem
to be more open minded and less attached.

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To: Lachesis Atropos who wrote (847)3/5/1998 9:52:00 AM
From: Bruce Cullen
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I am still feeling for you, so far NASDAQ down 48 points right off the bat.

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To: Greg Butcher who wrote (838)3/5/1998 10:52:00 AM
From: Lachesis Atropos
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What's a good rule of thumb for choosing a bottom after
a correction. I was thinking using a 7 day MA with a postive slope to to time my cover?.

Open comments?

Also any pointers to previous posts about scanning for shorts.
My current criteria is how many days in a row a stock was rising. Then averaging how far the price is away from a 20 MA for the last 4 days it was increasing.

Any mailing lists posting potential short?

If not send me some ideas. I currently scan 11,000 symbols a day. I can post the top N results if there is interest.

It seems logical to me that corrections are easier to pick off than timing potential longs. I haven't proven this yet. Any comments from
experience out there.

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