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Strategies & Market Trends : Voting Machine Companies -- Ignore unavailable to you. Want to Upgrade?

To: levy who wrote (42)11/28/2000 3:39:08 PM
From: Jon Tara  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 69
I don't find anything strange about it. Maybe the company changed it's name, or maybe it has different divisions for dealing with machine sales, service, etc. I would assume they are all really the same company, in any case.

And I certainly wouldn't read anything in the fact that they are in Little Rock. LOL! But then again...

But, who cares? It's not a public company. If it were, I would sure want to short the stock!

(We are talking about the company that made the punch card system in use in Florida.)

Back to companies that we CAN invest in - looks to me like Global is about to break-out from it's post-election high. The pullback was pretty modest.

I bought 3500 shares in the pullback. Didn't think it was going to go back to the old prices. Looks right now like I was right.

One point in the most recent article posted here was incorrect - Global does not trade on the OTC-BB in the U.S. It trades on the pink sheets. The symbol is GLELF.

To: levy who wrote (42)11/30/2000 11:28:05 PM
From: Susan G  Read Replies (2) | Respond to of 69
scoop alert: levy - this just in from msnbc <g>

Wisconsin made a decision tonight to replace their punch card voting machines - the same kind they used in Fla apparently...Brian Williams just reported that they have chosen new machines that which us LASER read ballots, as they felt they were the most accurate....

time for you specialty...sleuthing <g> Which companies sell laser machines, seems to me others will chose these "high tech" machines also to replace the freaking industrial age machines SOME states have been using <g>

I'll Bet Connecticut where we used the same old mechanical machines that most of New York State also uses will follow suit. And if Gore losers, betcha Lieberman writes the order up for CT himself, LOL.