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To: tom jones who wrote (56)6/7/1999 5:15:00 AM
From: Walter Morton  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 60
The insiders like the stock that you mentioned, but float is almost equal to shares outstanding. That means that a new investor today who is buying for the long turn can just kiss half of that price goodbye. When those share in float are converted/exercised into common stock the earnings per share will be diluted by about 50%. However, dilution risk is relative to how long you plan to own the stock and whether the stock price moves on earnings or hype.


What did you think of all that info on CIST?