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To: Razorbak who wrote (300)3/31/1999 12:55:00 PM
From: Frank Buck  Respond to of 345
Did the FNTT brouhaha create any negative effect in the stock price?M

Guilt through association perhaps carries certain negativity. How one would definitively determine that is another thing. I am not exactly sure how the FNTT brouhaha impacted BUGS.... yet I do know that an accounting and management consulting firm the likes of Arthur Andersen don't take on marginal companies.

Judging from your credentials you must certainly have a pretty good ability to pick emerging companies. What is your current evaluation of U.S. Microbics?

Congrats on bowling that [300] post! <g>

To: Razorbak who wrote (300)3/31/1999 1:01:00 PM
From: BRSteve  Read Replies (2) | Respond to of 345
Razor, probably not. I've been in this stock since June of 98, and have followed the posts here and check their web page, as these folks build the company. Their plant went online in December and the price started climbing. They are supposed to start shipping soon, if they have not done so already. I believe they planned to seek a NASDAQ listing during the next quarter. You can check prior posts by others here, as that is my source...basically Sigmund and Frank Buck. This company has a huge potential and I've more that doubled my money in 9 months. Something is obviously going on as the stock jumped on over 2x the avg. volume yesterday; and, today is up on 6x the average volume, with several hours of trading left. No hard feelings, I just think people shouldn't jump to conclusions without looking at the stock and company, first. Yours, Steve