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To: ColtonGang who wrote (28170)6/15/2001 1:03:19 PM
From: ColtonGang  Respond to of 37746
Technical Breakout: F5 Networks, Inc.

Boston, Jun 13, 2001 (Midnight Trader via COMTEX) -- When we last wrote about
F5 Networks (FFIV) we said that if the stock managed to stay above the $10 level
another attempt at breaking above $14 and continuing the upward trendline was
possible. On Tuesday, the stock posted a nice 19.07% gain and closed at $14.05.
The move, however, is not yet sufficient to confirm a continuation of the upward
trendline, and the stock needs to break above $15 to confirm that trend. But the
strong volume seen on Tuesday is an encouraging factor that a further upward
movement is likely. The only concern is a gap left in the chart between $12 and
$12.50. Stock is trading higher on 119,459 Island shares.

To: ColtonGang who wrote (28170)6/15/2001 1:05:06 PM
From: Dave Gore  Respond to of 37746
Colton, the first line ..."A new study shows Wall Street analysts' favorite stocks last year plunged in value while their "sell" and other negative recommendations gained."....says it all!