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To: levy who wrote (50)1/30/2001 5:10:54 PM
From: Jay Arkay  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 69
 
Global hitting new 52-week highs
Volume has also been strong on the TSE, nearly 200,000 on Monday, and over 200,000 today (Tuesday). There is a sharp upward trend in the share price, which should only be accentuated by the start of trading of Global on AMEX shortly. It has been accepted for listing on AMEX, but first trade date there is not yet announced--could be next week. With the start of trading on AMEX, increased understanding of this company's unique position and strengths by American investors, and the likely surge in business as counties begin to modernize their election equipment (likely aided by $100s of millions from Congress), Global shares (ASE: GLE) should soar. American investors who can access the TSE or buy in the US under symbol GLELF would be wise to do so prior to the likely run-up following the start of AMEX trading. This is not a flash in the pan or short-term holding; it looks good for great returns over several years. Do your due diligence (www.stockhouse.ca has an active Global forum (TSE: GSM) but don't stop there). Jay