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To: Gregory Cole Brock who wrote (37)12/6/1996 7:35:00 PM
From: Rosemary
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Greg,

There was a curious statement from the CEO. What did he mean the co. will be "modestly profitable" in 1997? I thought they were profitable now. Did I miss something? IBD has them as an A co, Eps 96, strength 57. This all sounds good to me. It even went up today. I noticed they sell to Microsoft, and U.S. Robotics. Only 13m shares outstanding?

Have I missed anything? If so fill me in. Thanks, Rosemary

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To: Rosemary who wrote (40)12/7/1996 6:02:00 PM
From: Gregory Cole Brock
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Rosemary,

The company is taking a charge of 5-7 mil for restructuring. They are
currently w/o the charge doing about 1.40 per share.(20 pe). The
restructuring is for closing some plants and expanding others. They
will be doublin their capacity. CEO said they are on fire and I am impressed
with the business expansion. If they do 1 Billion as they say next year
that equates to atleast $3.00 per share. You do the math.

I believe the drop was accelerated profit taking and was overdone.
This is a great 12-18 month bet. I have an average position for me
and will play the patterns with margin. I love these situations.

I still think the long term for AALR is questionalble. They need to outsource
like everyone else to lower costs.

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To: Rosemary who wrote (38)12/7/1996 6:05:00 PM
From: Gregory Cole Brock
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Rosemary,

I was out of town. This is my busyiest time of the year. The pattern
was beautiful on AALR but I missed it. Great call!

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To: Gregory Cole Brock who wrote (41)12/7/1996 10:22:00 PM
From: Rosemary
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Greg,

Someone posted me a stock called ply I haven't looked at it yet. I like the look of flexf. Plus it an electronics firm. JBIL is the same share price. Have you looked at it for a comparison?

I don't know if its the same type of electronics. AALR: today all you have to be is some kind of a box maker and the stock goes up.

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To: Rosemary who wrote (43)12/8/1996 10:25:00 AM
From: Gregory Cole Brock
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Be careful with PLY. The chart looks like a descending right triangle.
It has been banging on 5 1/8-5 1/4 for a while and it looks like its about
to break down. I don't even know what this company does yet so
this is just chart advice, but this is usually a very bearish pattern.

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To: Gregory Cole Brock who wrote (44)12/8/1996 6:28:00 PM
From: Rosemary
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Thanks Greg,

I saw pretty much the same thing when I looked it over. Its not for me. The CHPS last sale on Fri. was 3200 shares. Price stayed up. Is this a good sign to you?

I'm thinking of buying more, but I can wait. No rush. That Intel connection can only bode well and I would like to be positioned right.
Not after the fact this time but before it for a change.

I'll wait till you can advise. Thanks, Rosemary

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To: Rosemary who wrote (45)12/9/1996 9:01:00 AM
From: Gregory Cole Brock
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If I was going to add to my position I in CHPS I probably would do
it soon. There is a rising trend line that it is converging on right now.
I would not make a whole lot out of the last trade. 3200 is not that big.
Especially as much as this stock trades.

Good luck!

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To: Rosemary who wrote (45)12/13/1996 4:44:00 PM
From: Gregory Cole Brock
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Rosemary,

I jumped into AALR the other day at 13 5/8. Could not help myself.
They have what looks like a direct competitor in SQNT which sells
for a lot higher PE. The high end PentiumPro servers are burning up
the market. Intel cannot make them fast enough and I bet AALR
is selling everything it has. The only concern I have is that I hope they
are able to get enough of the P6 200 to build with.

Maybe we should call the company to find out how long it takes to get
one.

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To: Gregory Cole Brock who wrote (47)12/13/1996 5:51:00 PM
From: Rosemary
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Greg,

I hope this works out for you. I think it has to. All the box makers are having a great time of it. It's a pretty cheap stock, where else can it go but up?

I have another one for you to look at: (I have another person person checking this one out also) CSGI. It's a BB stock. You can get to the co. web site and that's all the info I have. consygen.com

If it has what it says it has, it should have announced it to the world. Other companies are still working on having what they say they have. Am I missing something here?

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To: Rosemary who wrote (48)12/14/1996 11:55:00 AM
From: Gregory Cole Brock
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Rosemary,

I can't get a chart on CSGI. Does BB mean that it trades on pink
sheets and is not a normally listed stock? I have not been able to chart
those stocks.

Bu the way, have you looked at JBIL lately? I think we will get a similar
run from FLEXF. SCIS is also becoming attractive again. We need the
markets to stabilize a little bit before I go too far.

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