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To: Rosemary who wrote (3)11/4/1996 9:16:00 PM
From: BobMonski
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Rosemary,

I found the following news item on CHPS which confirms we have at least one more good quarter to come:

CHIPS & TECHNOLOGIES (CHPS)
Chips and Technologies Inc. expects its gross margin for the second
quarter (ending 12/31/96) of fiscal 1997 to remain at approximately the
same level as the first quarter's 47.8%. The second quarter of fiscal
1996 saw a gross margin of 39.1%. The company forecasts its net sales
will increase sequentially in the next quarter from the first quarter's
$44.5 million. First-quarter sales increased over fourth quarter sales
of $38.8 million. Revenues have risen sequentially since the firm
recorded a dip in sales for the third quarter of fiscal 1996 when sales
dropped to $36.5 million from $38.3 million in the second quarter.

Dave

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To: Rosemary who wrote (3)11/5/1996 7:53:00 AM
From: Gregory Cole Brock
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Rosemary,

Wouldn't you agree that CHPS is not just another chip company.
What I mean is that they do not have a lot of direct competition.
This is why their margins were so good last time. Plus they are
supplying the laptop industry which is growing faster than the PC
industry.

By the way, They should break out within a week according to the pattern.

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To: BobMonski who wrote (4)11/5/1996 12:00:00 PM
From: Rosemary
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Good news Dave,

I expect the semi's to have a fantastic year in '97. There is also a company which you may know about already, VLSI. The volume is strong.

The momentum players have found this company. They like to short it when it hits 20. They cash in at 15 and take it up. I wish I played with them. CHPS is in a much better financial position. So I don't really expect that same type of volatility. Who knows?

I like to do industry trends, Chip makers are going up.

Happy investing, Rosemary

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To: Gregory Cole Brock who wrote (5)11/5/1996 12:06:00 PM
From: Rosemary
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Greg,

CHPS sells their product to some big name Corporations. I expect the
price to be in the 30's. I can see a great future for this company.

By the way, I don't own this stock yet, so my opinion is very unbiased. I will own it though. Happy investing. Rosemary

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To: Rosemary who wrote (7)11/5/1996 12:44:00 PM
From: Gregory Cole Brock
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Rosemary,

Not owning the stock could mean that you are biased downwards.
The gap at 15 is ominous when you think about the number of
shares that have traded in the 19-20 area. It may have a tough time
getting through that level. If it does it should go at least 20% quickly.
If not you may see it at 15 before it goes back up.

I like the fact that the NASDAQ supported off the 1200 level instead
of doing a double top pattern and dropping to 1050. We should see
higher levels for the general tech market short term. This alone
could take CHPS through this consolidation.

Maybe buying half now and half after the stock exits the
consolidation at either 21 or 15, whichever comes first, is the way to
go.

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To: Gregory Cole Brock who wrote (8)11/6/1996 10:03:00 AM
From: Rosemary
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Hi Greg,

The only reason why I haven't bought into CHPS is because I am fully positioned in the market. No money. I need to sell something. I am watching one stock closely for a sale, then I'm in to CHPS.

If you think it will consolidate downwards, I have patience. Most of them do go down after good news. But this Co. had very good news, so I expect it to hold the line and go up. If they are big on reporting to the newswires, then the co. holds. I'll be watching closely.

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To: Rosemary who wrote (9)11/6/1996 10:51:00 AM
From: Gregory Cole Brock
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Rosemary,

I think it will break north but I am biased. I think the break points
now are a close above 20.5 or below 17.5. It should accelerate from
there. This is strickly technical but I believe the fundamentals
support the long position very favorably.

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To: Rosemary who wrote (9)11/6/1996 12:20:00 PM
From: BobMonski
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I saw the following posting over on AOL:

Subj: Re:Salomon Hi Tech meeting
Date: 96-11-05 21:37:40 EST
From: TheDowTen

CHPS will be presenting on Thursday at 9 AM in NYC at the Salomon Bros. High Tech conference with a break out session at 11 AM.

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To: Rosemary who wrote (9)11/7/1996 12:17:00 PM
From: Gregory Cole Brock
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Rosemary,

I saw CHPS busting out this a.m. picked up another 500 and then
sold all 1500 at 23.125. It certainly could go, and should go higher.
However, if I can make a quick 20% in 1 week its time for me to bail.
I have not yet learned how to let profits run.

The pattern worked to perfection, breaking out in heavy volume. Too
bad for the guys who can't watch it but once a day, because when you
see a stock breaking like that on high voulume chances are for
a quick kill. This is not always the case. I could not believe
JBIL broke out so soon. JBIL broke out but sold off a 20 pe level so
you can still pick it up just above the break out point (25-25.5)
This is a good one technically and fundamentally in the 25 range.
They have dramatically improving margins (best in the contract mfg
industry) and have already annouced a lot of new business that
will affect the bottom line this qtr.

Good luck!

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To: Gregory Cole Brock who wrote (12)11/7/1996 4:15:00 PM
From: Rosemary
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Hi Greg,

Good work. I was talking to my OLDE broker yesterday. I was selling
a semi stock so I could bye into CHPS. When OLDE talks nobody listens. The some dummy didn't even know Intel was reporting. I didn't know, I was just trying to sell something to get into CHPS. I figured I'd wait till today to buy. What a huge mistake! By the time I realized what was happening, it was up 3 pts already. I could have had it yesterday.

Meanwhile, my other stock that I sold yesterday went up too. Stock brokers should know more. He was telling me about some loser company, instead. My own fault, I should have looked up when Intel was going to report. I've been watching CHPS now since they reported, waiting to get in. You did some good trading today. I was telling my husband
that if I did buy it at 19+, I would have sold it at 23. Good work, we think alike. JBIL is one of the co's that I watch. I watched it go up too. Happy investing, Rosemary I gotta find a broker.

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