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To: Gregory Cole Brock who wrote (20)11/12/1996 12:42:00 AM
From: Rosemary
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Hey Greg,

VLSI has a short following. And too many of them to boot. They just love this stock. I'm in to CHPS tomorrow, before the rush gets there.
The book to bill was too good for words. CHPS is the place to be.

USRX is jumping up 4 pts a day now. I expect it to be in the high 70's in no time. It's nice to own a stock you know will go up and up. Just like DELL. These are the days.

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To: Rosemary who wrote (22)11/13/1996 7:58:00 AM
From: Gregory Cole Brock
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Rosemary,

General tech market profit taking was the reason for the drop from
the high yesterday. I hope I get a chance to pick CHPS back up
at 22. Remember these things can swing like crazy. I love CHPS
but I am only going to buy it if I understand the patterns. Right now
its swinging and I want to see a consolidation begin before I get back
in.

The PC retailers will make things jittery this Christmas season so you may
see lower prices than you would expect to get.

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To: Gregory Cole Brock who wrote (23)11/13/1996 10:49:00 AM
From: Rosemary
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Greg,
Dell is splitting. Wonderful news. Usually, after a split takes place, the price of the stock goes down. In Dell's case I'm not so sure. I'll be back in that stock when it settles down. That is a good news company. I agree on Chps, it will have another good quarter for sure. Price I see is high 20's? After the profit taking. What's your thoughts. I don't see why it would go under 20. I'm thinking it will be a slow but steady increase to upper 20's. Or am I wishful thinking?

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To: greenboy who wrote ()11/13/1996 8:53:00 PM
From: Don Jeanblanc
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To All: CHPS setting up more deals after INTC and Locheed-Martin. See:
biz.yahoo.com

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To: Rosemary who wrote (24)11/13/1996 10:40:00 PM
From: Gregory Cole Brock
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Rosemary,

CHPS is weird. It takes tremendous volume to move this one around.
It is following known patterns but the volume thing suggests the long
consolidation periods are possible. I still love the stock. And the NASDAQ
chart looks great. We should have a great NASDAQ to work with.

All bets here should do well short term. I am still worried about Christmas
PC sales. The PC guys have really upped their production so the
supply is there - will the demand come through?

Splits in the long run are great. Dell will probably sit for a while though.

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To: Gregory Cole Brock who wrote (26)11/14/1996 3:08:00 PM
From: Rosemary
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Hey Greg,
There's 14M shares out there on CHPS, volume is lower, so good sign if it holds. Volume scares me sometimes. Too many people taking a profit after the news. We haven't seen the best of Chip news yet. It's going to get better.

Remember, we had a year of oversupply. So when a company like CHPS comes out with higher sales & earnings, then look out. The news will be good. Another reason I like this co, they don't have the overhead of companies who own the buildings, who do the manufacturing, etc. So far this strategy has worked for them.

I've been doing a little chart researching yesterday. There is a company, that I know nothing about yet, who is a steady climber. Its
AALR. See if you like it. I'm about to do more research, today.

Take care, Rosemary

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To: Rosemary who wrote (27)11/15/1996 3:28:00 PM
From: Gregory Cole Brock
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Rosemary,

Hey, AALR looks promising. It just busted out of a tripple top on strong
volume. It has a low PE, I always like that. It should now support off
the old high here at 10 1/2. Thanks for the tip. Chart wise this is an
excellent time to buy this one. Let me know what else you find out.
I will be checking out the fundamentals. With a low PE stock its
important to find out why people have not been buying. I think I know
why SCIS, JBIL and CHPS had low PE's earlier, and these reasons
turned out to be false or the situ changed. Lets see if we can figure this
one out quickly.

Back to you soon.

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To: Gregory Cole Brock who wrote (28)11/15/1996 4:21:00 PM
From: Rosemary
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Greg,

I found another stock going up. DIIG. Just signed with USRX to manufacture something for them. This co. has been buying other co's so it didn't report too well last reporting.

But this new deal should give it some momentum to make a few bucks while its hot. It had a good following, so the fast uptick. We've been watching & waiting for some good news. Happy Investing.

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To: Gregory Cole Brock who wrote (28)11/15/1996 5:27:00 PM
From: Rosemary
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Greg,

I'm finding them all over the place today. I love stocks that go up in a down market. Look at STBI. If I read it right, there are only 4.5M shares outstanding.

The co. announced news today about some fantastic something or other, at the Vegas convention. Stock price jumped. It's sure to fly with only so many shares outstanding. Good luck. Check all this info out, because I looked up alot of stocks today. They start to meld together.

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To: Rosemary who wrote (29)11/16/1996 8:48:00 AM
From: Gregory Cole Brock
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Look out for DIIG. The pattern suggest that they have not broken
out of their downtrend. Although the short term trend is up they may
sell off the top of the downtrend channel and head towards new lows.
However it has to bottom sometime. If they truly have turned things
around then I am sure the stock price will break out of the down
trend. I will try to look at their fundamentals later.

STBI on the other hand could be breaking out of an uptrend they
have been in since the first of the year. I will study it a little
more and get back to you on this one too.

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