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To: afrayem onigwecher who started this subject8/4/2004 3:18:49 PM
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Investrend Needs Designer + Webmaster or all-in-one! in NYC

Financial website ( gearing up to be portal for public company profiles, data, research and official announcements. Needs profile search engine, news data feed, dynamic broadcast sub-portal,
PublicAccess [tm] interactive system, self-posting for enrolled public companies, live quotes and research charts (some of this already developed but requiring integration). Willing to separate design from webmastering, but prefer both, and some financial editorial background would be a definite plus. In fact. for right person, this could be a Divisional VP or President position, with stock and options (company filing Form 10, public offering already completed). Can be part-time, no office work locale needed. Contact Gayle Essary at 212-484-4747, fax 508-526-5696 or write .

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To: afrayem onigwecher who started this subject8/4/2004 3:31:00 PM
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JUNE 3, 1999

For Release After 12 noon EDT


Public Analysis & Review (PAR) Announces M & A West, Inc. (MAWI) will be Covered Quarterly by Analyst James F. Reda, to be Distributed by Investrend Research.

NEW YORK CITY (BUSINESS WIRE) June 3, 1999 (InvestorWire) -- Public Analysis & Review (PAR), administered by the non-profit Investors Research Institute, Inc., has announced that James F. Reda, Atlanta, GA, a professional analyst qualified in its unique continuing analyst program, will initiate coverage of M & A West Inc. (OTCBB: MAWI), beginning immediately. The reports will be distributed nationally by Investrend Research, according to John M. Dutton, President, and Supervisory Analyst.

James F. Reda. Mr. Reda, a member of the New York Society of Security Analysts, has over 15 years of financial analysis experience for public and private companies, including valuations, mergers and acquisition, and tax matters. Mr. Reda is a Level III CFA candidate. He has a BS degree from Columbia University and an SM in management from the Sloan School of Management, MIT. His firm, The Reda Group, is located in Marietta, GA

The initial report is expected to be issued within a few weeks, and subsequently MAWI will be followed on a quarterly basis after the issuance of each quarterly report.

M&A West develops, invests in, and operates Internet and Technology related companies. M&A West's strategy includes the internal development and operation of majority owned subsidiaries within the "M&A West" family, as well as the investment in other Internet companies, either directly by M&A West or through other venture capital arrangements. The Company's strategy also envisions and promotes opportunities for synergistic business relationships among the Internet companies within its portfolio. M&A West has capitalized and hopes to continue to capitalize on its position as a Seed Round Internet Startup investor.

Some 16 public companies are enrolled in the unique PAR program, including ALYA International, Inc., M & A West, Inc.,, Scottsdale Scientific, CorpHQ, Inc.,, MedCare Technologies, Crys-Tel, Cadapult Graphic Systems, Inc., Starnet Communications, Inc.,,,, AmeriClean, Inc., and Planet City Corp.

Thirteen wirehouse-quality analysts have qualified in the PAR program. Their reports are issued completely independent of both the Institute and covered public companies. Analysts who have qualified include Joyce Baynard, NYC, Richard Bliss, NYC, Gary N. Clark, Ph.D, CFA, Pasadena, CA., William W. Davison, Ph.D., Fairfield, CT, John M. Dutton, Los Angeles, J. Freedman, Miami, Gerald F. LaKarnafeaux, CFA, Ivins, UT, Stanley Lanzet, NYC, Randall D. Lewis, Los Angeles, James F. Reda, Marietta, GA, Darren Robinson, CFA, Toronto, ON, Harvey Robinson, CFA, Laurel, MD and Bradley S. Wilds, CFA, NYC.

Initial reports will be issued shortly on Scottsdale Scientific, (OTCBB: STDS) and Quarterly reviews are to be issued shortly for (OTCBB: AUTC), and (OTCBB: GRLZ).

Investors Research Institute, Inc.
John M. Dutton, Supervisory Analyst, 213-630-4401

M&A West, Inc.
Mr. Scott Kelly, President
583 San Mateo Avenue, San Bruno, CA 94066
Phone: 650-588-2678
Web site:

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To: afrayem onigwecher who started this subject8/4/2004 4:54:51 PM
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To: afrayem onigwecher who started this subject8/4/2004 10:00:01 PM
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GAYLE ESSARY->Domain Name..........
Creation Date........ 2002-04-09
Registration Date.... 2002-04-09
Expiry Date.......... 2003-04-09
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Admin Name........... Gayle Essary
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To: afrayem onigwecher who started this subject8/4/2004 10:11:24 PM
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Essary is removed in a special meeting of the board which might indicate the board considered it an urgent matter .








MARCH 14, 2001



(Exact name of registrant as specified in its charter)

DELAWARE 22-3622272
(State or other jurisdiction of (IRS Employer Identification No.)
incorporation or organization)

(Address of principal executive (zip code)

(212) 445-1700
(Registrant's telephone number, including area code)

(Former name, former address and former fiscal year, if changed since last


Based on the analysis of the available financial information concerning eLeaders, Inc. (eLeaders), the Board of Directors determined that the acquisition of eLeaders does not constitute an acquisition of a significant amount of assets. Upon further review of the acquisition, the Company has not decided whether to treat the transaction as a pooling or a purchase.


On March 9, 2001, Streamedia Communications, Inc., held a special meeting of the board of directors. At that meeting, by a majority vote, the board agreed to remove Gayle Essary from his position as a director and Vice President of the Company.



Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the
registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the
undersigned hereunto duly authorized.

March 14, 2001




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To: afrayem onigwecher who started this subject8/4/2004 10:16:42 PM
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re:GAYLE ESSARY->Streamedia In Turmoil: President/CEO and CFO Resign

Chairman appoints board member Henry Siegel as interim president and CEO amidst top executive and board resignations.

By José Alvear
October 24, 2000
Streamedia ( is going through some hard times. Not only has its stock price gone down dramatically since its IPO in early January, but it also lost some top management on Tuesday.

Streamedia announced that James Rupp, president and CEO, and Nick Malino, COO and CFO, both resigned. Rupp will remain as a consultant to the company for at least a year, said a company spokesperson, and will remain a board member. Malino will also stay on an interim basis to help sort out third quarter earnings, which will be released soon. He will relinquish his position on the board, however.

For many investors on the Internet message boards, this is a good day. Online critics have been calling for the resignations of Rupp and Malino for a long time, because of the company's dismal revenues. Second quarter earnings saw revenues total just $131,000. In trading today, Streamedia's stock went up over 30%.

Gayle Essary, chairman of the company, said that new management is being brought on, but the direction of the company will remain unchanged. In a statement released today, the company said that it will "pursue an aggressive policy of advantaging a number of current business opportunities".

According to a company spokesperson, the company is coming around business-wise and wanted to make sure it has experienced executive management as it turns to the future. Part of that new focus will be on finding business models that generate more revenue. "We're ready to embark on a new direction," said the spokesperson.

Board member, Henry Siegel, was named president and interim CEO while the board searches for "professional management". Siegel was recently president and CEO of Kaleidoscope Media Group and comes from a TV broadcasting background.

Aside from executive management troubles, Streamedia has also seen the resignation of two board members, James Schroeder and David Simonetti. New board members were announced today, filling those empty seats.

Schroeder's resignation occurred about two weeks ago. According to SEC documents, Schroeder left due to a disagreement with Chairman Essary. "Given the recent events at Streamedia and the vast disagreement and disarray of the principal shareholders, I feel that I no longer represent the views and interests of those shareholders," he wrote in his resignation letter. "I serve at their discretion and I, in good conscience do not agree with the proposed direction of this company as set forth by the Chairman."

Schroeder, speaking from his current position as vice president-tax at the Thomson Corporation, wouldn't give any insight into his resignation. "The board was not going in a direction I could support. I'll just leave it at that," he said glumly, indicating his letter published in the SEC filing.

Speculation on the message boards is that Streamedia is losing money at an accelerated pace and may soon run out of cash. Nevertheless, Siegel said that the company expects to report "record revenues for the 3Q and 4Q" and remains on a "path to profitability".

According to SEC filings, Streamedia will be making a new stock offering soon valued at $1 to $3 million. In a filing from September 27th, the company said that the proceeds from the Private Placement Proposal securities offering are critical to the "continued success and operations of the Company."

There will be a special shareholders meeting on October 27th, which might shed more light on today's events and the upcoming offering.

Although touting itself as a streaming media company, former CEO, Rupp, admitted during a recent interview, that streaming plays a small overall role at the company. It focuses mostly on web design and consulting services. Streamedia is perhaps best known as the owner of content site Bijou Cafe (, which it acquired early this year.

Perhaps some insight into the future direction of the company was revealed when Essary said he signed a letter of intent to acquire an undisclosed equity interest in Nomad Media (, a streaming media company based in Switzerland. Essary is also president and co-founder of the Streaming Media Alliance, an organization that is looking to promote streaming worldwide.

"You never know what the future might bring," said the spokesperson, "but there's reason to be optimistic."

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To: afrayem onigwecher who started this subject8/4/2004 10:19:42 PM
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Amateur Internet gurus are moving stocks in a big way
Something intriguing happened to the stock of Guardian Insurance Financial Services back in January. In the universe of news sources available to investment professionals, such as Dow Jones News/Retrieval Service and Bloomberg Business News, nothing significant was brewing. Yet, for no apparent reason, Guardian stock began to climb--2 1/8 on Jan. 10, 2 3/4 on Jan. 16, then 3 and 4 1/2 and up to 6 on Jan. 24.

What happened? A press release issued by the company at month's end said the rise was ``partly attributable to a favorable review by an electronic newsletter.'' But to followers of a band of stock traders on the Internet, there was no ``partly'' about it. A widely followed online investment tip sheet--the Waaco Kid Hot Stocks Forum--had picked Guardian. And when the Waaco Kid speaks, investors listen--and buy. ``Sometimes the moves are just dramatic,'' says Richard Geist, editor of the Strategic Investing newsletter and an occasional Forum source.

GROWING POWER. Welcome to the new world of Internet stocks. No, these are not the darlings of Wall Street--the stocks in Internet services and software companies. The new breed of Net stocks are companies that are influenced, favorably and not, by messages and E-mail on the Internet and the online services--notably America Online Inc., which is host to the widely followed Motley Fool investment feature. The ranks of the new Internet stock mavens range from online newsletters to a small but growing number of Internet Web sites and mailing lists--such as the Waaco Kid--that distribute their stock tips to thousands of investors around the country.

The growing stock-moving power of the online world is a comparatively new phenomenon. Its impact, which first emerged last year, has become ever more apparent in the past few months--and presents both opportunities and dangers for investors. The dangers include misinformation and ``pump and dump'' schemes, in which stocks are hyped by traders who then sell at the inflated share prices. But above all, the impact of the Internet stock gurus epitomizes the power of the Net as a growing force in the stock market. The Internet is hardly as potent a market force as are analyst reports and the financial press--but it's getting there, and fast.

Internet-driven shares are top-heavy with penny stocks such as Guardian but lately have included larger, often high-tech issues such as computer peripherals maker Iomega Corp., whose intense following on America Online message boards has prompted concern from the company. Net watchers believe that the recent surge in Zenith Electronics Corp., the TV maker turned Internet company, was fueled in part by postings on the Internet and America Online. Another dramatic example of online stock-moving clout involves Zytec Corp., a computer equipment maker whose shares fell 20% on May 7 after it was dropped from a model portfolio posted on America Online by Motley Fool. ``Did I cause Zytec to drop seven points? I suppose so,'' says Greg Markus, who runs the Fool's ``Boring Portfolio.'' But Markus emphasizes that his portfolio is purely an educational tool, in keeping with his occupation--he teaches political science at the University of Michigan.

Many of the new Internet investment savants are, like Markus, strictly amateur investors. The Waaco Kid is a good example. Its founder is a confessed tyro at stock-picking who started the Waaco Kid pretty much as a lark. ``Just a year ago I was asking stupid questions on Prodigy,'' notes founder Gayle Essary, 55, a soft-spoken Texas native who runs a management consulting firm, New York Management Group.

In his varied career, Essary has been a trade magazine publisher and political consultant. He became interested in investing while perusing the Prodigy Money Talk message centers but became disenchanted with the often heated discussions he found there. So he quit Prodigy but continued to correspond with his online friends--a correspondence that became the nucleus of the Waaco Kid. The group began a year ago as an informal exchange of investment ideas, and eventually spun off a formal investment club separate from the forum.

The Waaco Kid works simply. Every member--or ``co-editor''--of the mailing list, which has charged a subscription fee for the past few months, has the right to distribute stock suggestions to all the other members of the list. A small nucleus of members, headed by Essary, makes ``picks,'' or formal recommendations. Initially the picks were secondhand, usually borrowed from the Dick Davis Digest, a prominent investment newsletter. Early in its life, Waaco Kid picked fairly sizable companies. The stocks often moved when Waaco Kid chose them--but that was probably due to the clout of the newsletter, not Waaco Kid members' own purchases or the members' efforts to talk up the stocks in Internet discussion groups.

The tide turned last September, however, when the Waaco Kid members picked a stock on their own--and quickly learned their clout in the marketplace. It was a small software maker and penny stock called Blue Chip Computerware Inc., based in Farmingdale, N.Y. When the company's stock was picked by the Kid on Sept. 12, the selection was promptly disseminated both in the group's own mailing list and in Internet newsgroups, such as ``misc.invest.stocks'' and ``alt.invest.penny-stocks.'' The impact was dramatic. In a matter of three days, the share price of the stock zoomed from 29/32 to a 52-week high of 1 17/32, only to fall back just as dramatically afterward. The volume was staggering--soaring from an average of only 25,000 shares a day beforehand to 2 million shares when the stock hit a high on Sept. 14. Other stocks--including Westerbeke, Quantum Learning Systems, and CD-MAX--also moved skyward when picked by the Kid.

When the Waaco Kid moves the market the rise is usually just temporary, leading some Internet skeptics to contend that the Waaco Kid is sometimes used as a ``pump and dump'' effort. Essary concedes that some Waaco Kid subscribers may indeed be engaged in that practice, but he says that he tries his best to discourage that--by, among other things, asking that Waaco picks not be disseminated in Internet news groups. Essary notes that he does not trade stocks himself, and that the Kid is but one of the Internet-related ventures that his company has in the works, such as noninvestment-oriented World Wide Web sites. The Kid itself has grown beyond the Internet, with forum picks now distributed by fax and, beginning just recently, made available to subscribers of Real Time Quotes Inc., a network of trading terminals.

Still, the heart of the Waaco Kid remains the Internet, for better or worse. Essary's own integrity seems untarnished--Geist, for one, says that he has found Essary to be scrupulously ethical in running the forum. But not all the Kid's subscribers may be that pure. One Waaco Kid investment club member, for example, said in a late-January posting on an investment newsgroup that after the club takes a position in a stock ``we publicize the stock on the boards [investment newsgroups] and the price goes up.''

``HACKER ORIENTATION.'' That indeed is what tends to happen--and it is not always pleasing to the companies. One Waaco Kid pick is the Arizona-based HealthTech International Inc.--a choice that grew out of a conference call that HealthTech President Tim Williams had with several online investors. As with other stocks, the Kid had a temporarily positive impact on HealthTech stock. But HealthTech consultant John Pigman, who serves as a liaison with the Internet community, says such short-term moves don't do companies much good. Unlike some other Internet investment forums, he says, the Waaco Kid ``has more of a hacker orientation. They're acutely aware of the power of the tool itself.''

Perhaps. But who can blame them? Wall Street pros have long reveled in their power to move the market. Now it's the little guy's turn.

By Gary Weiss in New York

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To: afrayem onigwecher who started this subject8/4/2004 10:27:51 PM
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"Gayle Essary is one of the founders of Streamedia and has served as Chairman of
the Board of Directors and Vice President-Strategic Development since its
inception. From September 1996 to the present, Mr. Essary has served as Chairman
of the Board of Directors of IRI, Inc. a publicly-held company in the investment
data and information industry. He has also served as IRI's Chief Executive
Officer from July 1997 to the present. From 1995 to 1997, Mr. Essary was founder
and publisher of StreetLevel, the Waaco Kid's Forum newsletters and other
electronic products which have since merged into Capital Markets Communications
Corporation. From 1988 to 1997, Mr. Essary was a Principal of New York
Management Group, which provided consulting and support services to various
firms and organizations, including The Thomson Corporation. From 1981 to 1988,
Mr. Essary was Managing Director of the Media Financial Group and The Media
Center, both companies engaged in consulting for media properties. From 1973 to
1980, Mr. Essary was President of ESCO Publishing Co., Inc., and Huthig-ESCO
Publishing, Inc., which published two international dental business magazines,
one of which led its field in distribution and advertising revenues. Mr. Essary
studied journalism at The University of Texas."

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To: afrayem onigwecher who started this subject8/4/2004 10:41:00 PM
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Subject: Re: Hot Stocks Forum & the Waaco Kid
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Newsgroups: misc.invest.canada, misc.invest, misc.invest.stock, alt.invest.penny-stocks
Date: 1995/11/04

In article <47ee6i$> writes:
>Subject: Re: Hot Stocks Forum & the Waaco Kid
>Date: Sat, 04 Nov 1995 04:08:38 GMT
> (Corey Borolien) wrote:
>>In todays mail from George Chelekis he mentions
>>a hot internet stock picker with a very large following.
>>He refered to him as "the Waaco Kid" and his newsletter(?)
>>as "Hot Stocks Forum". Who is he talking about, and where
>>do you find this guy?


The Waaco Kid has NOTHING to do with VTS anymore since the BCHP incident.
If you've noticed the VTS web page does not have a link to the Waaco Kid.
It was pulled at the Waaco Kids request.

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To: afrayem onigwecher who started this subject8/4/2004 10:44:36 PM
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From: Kevin Ross (
Subject: Re: FLRO is HSF ***PICK; up on Mon. 11/6; opinions?
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Newsgroups: misc.invest.stocks, misc.invest.canada
Date: 1995/11/06

More info
Below is a release from "The Waaco Kid's" Hot Stocks Forum
Earnings are supposedly going to be released Thur. Nov 9

Contact the Kid via e-mail at November 6, 1995

COMPANY CONTACT: Larry Grossman, CEO - Ph. 708-564-5400.
Pegasus Westergaard; Emil Westergaard - 212-947-3853
M.H. Meyerson: Ron Heller - 201-332-7668


Northbrook, IL - The shares of FluroScan Imaging Systems
(FLRO/OTC) are on the move again, up today to 9-1/8 on mid-day volume of
nearly 100,000 shares, following disclosure by the company to the Waaco
Kid’s Hot Stocks Forum that earnings are expected to be released Thursday.

Friday’s volume was 8,000.

A spokesperson for the Forum said price and volume are expected to
continue to rise this week in anticipation of record 9-month revenues of
million, which would exceed any previous 12-month period for the
company. A short-term target of 11 to 13 has been set by the electronic
internet collaborative. .

The company has also disclosed it is now manufacturing 50 Fluroscan
2 units, priced at $35,000, which is the first real-time X-ray system
available for a doctor’s office and 50 Fluroscan 3 units, priced at
which is an enhanced, computerized version of its original unit for
For the first time, with these units, doctors, orthopedists, emergency room

technicians, veterinarians, podiatrists and others can set bones while
viewing the progress in a real-time setting, and can even repair bone chips

in a less-invasive procedure not requiring surgery.

The Forum quoted John Westergaard of Pegasus First Call as saying
'this has the elements of being a very big idea: a state-of-the-art
technology that puts out 90% less radiation than conventional X-ray
systems and is materially cheaper to operate because it doesn’t reqauire a

radiologist', and who cited its partnership with Norian Corp. as

Westergaard says he anticipates 50% growth in sales this year and
the next two years, and said the strong balance sheet and proprietary
technollogy could result in $100-million in sales in a few years.

The Kid has a global internet following.

-- [c] Copyright, 1995, The Waaco Kid's Hot Stocks Forum. All rights
reserved. 24-Hour EMBARGO required for all content herein.

All replies should go to:

The Waaco Kid's Hot Stocks Forum (HSF) is a voluntary, private worldwide
editorial collaborative for savvy investors only who each serve as

Nominations submitted in HSF Format (below) are encouraged for each of the
following categories:

*** PICK = "Story Stock" (tout, news, developments) with strong potential
immed or short-term target. Over 80% reach target price within time periods

*** ALERT = immedi or short term high volatility. NOT a selection. Stock
could move up or down or gap. Extreme Caution.

***PEOPLE'S STOCK = Our highest rating. A highly undervalued stock with
strong Story. CAUTION: May be volatile. Please watch closely.

***HOT PICK = Highest Externally-Generated Rating. Guest presentation by a
newsletter editor or publisher who believes stock has significant potential
for immediate or short-term gain. CAUTION: May be volatile.

***SPOTLIGHT = A stock with special characteristics which you may use to
bring to Forum's attention when using HSF Format below:

HSF Format = Please provide symbol, exchange, name, address, phone,
contact, sector, price, bid-ask, last vol., avg. spread, avg. vol., 3mo
hi-lo marks (chart), recent news, analyst opinions, published touts, tout
or analyst target & term, descr. of business, instit. holdings, 4wk, 3mo,
6mo,1yr price %s, insider buy-sells, share #, float #, plus your comments.

GLOSSARY: Immediate Term = 1 to 5 days / Short = 1 to 2 weeks (up to 4) /
Near = up to 3 ms / Intermediate = up to 6 ms / Long = over 6 ms.

The Waaco Kid's Hot Stock Forum and it's stocks have been featured by
Inside Wall Street, Wall Street Edge, Dick Davis Digest, Dow Jones Wire,
Reuters and other national media.

Views stated in The Waaco Kid's Hot Stock Forum are those of each writer
and editor only, and are not meant to be recommendations. Writers often
hold positions or other vested interests in stocks discussed and are asked
to disclose that in posts but may not always do so. Recipients are advised
to do their own due diligence before investing. HSF is for sophisticated
and savvy investors only who have the time and ability to keep a close
watch on highly volatile stocks. Please, NEVER place pre-market orders.
Thank you & Good Trading! --- Waaco.

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