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   Non-TechPep Boys (PBY) Automotive Parts and Accessories


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To: SpongeBrain who wrote (101)11/20/1999 8:00:00 PM
From: trustmanic
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You think I should buy the back street boys or the peb boys when the market reopen on monday?

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To: Investor2 who wrote (100)2/27/2000 3:30:00 AM
From: JDGarza
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So, what happened to this puppy?? I started watching when it dropped from 30 to 20's. Then I lost interest(luckily) and I noticed that a private investment manager that I'm familiar with starting taking a big position in late 99. But this thing has still been going down. It appears to have bottomed in the last 10 days....

Is there any reason why the bottom fell out??

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To: JDGarza who wrote (103)2/27/2000 5:10:00 PM
From: Investor2
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Re: "Is there any reason why the bottom fell out??"

Good question. I imagine part of it is the dumping of traditional product companies and the flight to high-tech and biotech glamour stocks. But I'm sure it's much more than that. I'm sure part of it is the miserable mistakes that have been made by management over the past couple of years (failed Express stores, borrowing money to buy back stock at much higher levels, etc.). Then, there's the tendency of the management to spring negative earnings surprises on the institutional investment community.

All in all, pretty terrible management.

Plus, there's the idea that the "do-it-yourself" auto repair business model is dead, since cars are so complex now.

Generally, stock prices tend to discount the future, which means that there is probably going to be some very negative news in the near future.

Cheery, eh?

Best wishes,

I2

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To: Investor2 who wrote (104)3/16/2000 6:23:00 PM
From: sea_biscuit
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Looks like we got the bad news today. It will be amazing that this stock can go even further.

This stock has now become something like 0.05% of my portfolio. I won't even bother selling it. If it goes to dust, so be it!

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To: sea_biscuit who wrote (105)8/18/2000 9:45:39 AM
From: Yogizuna
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I hope it does not "go to dust", but for what it's worth, PBY went to a new buy signal on my system last night..... Yogi

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To: Yogizuna who wrote (106)9/7/2000 9:27:36 AM
From: Yogizuna
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PBY to a hold, from the previous buy signal.

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To: Yogizuna who wrote (107)9/11/2000 9:41:14 AM
From: Yogizuna
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PBY now trying to hold 27 day moving average and rising trend-line support here.

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To: Yogizuna who wrote (108)9/29/2000 9:44:38 AM
From: Yogizuna
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And finally, PBY to a new buy signal from the previous old moldy hold.....

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To: Yogizuna who wrote (109)10/9/2000 4:33:39 AM
From: Yogizuna
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Back to a hold under horrible market conditions.....

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To: Yogizuna who wrote (110)11/9/2000 2:44:48 PM
From: Yogizuna
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PBY met falling trend-line and 27DMA resistance today, and it now appears the shares failed to break above them today.
Yogi

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