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Technology Stocks : EBIZ Does anyone know anything about this company? -- Ignore unavailable to you. Want to Upgrade?

To: Moonglow who wrote (31)4/5/1998 9:53:00 AM
From: saltbox  Read Replies (3) | Respond to of 40
Thanks for your kind words. As for the MMs: I would think the first thing they would have to figure out with a company is whether it was a lump of coal or a diamond, and then try to make the market believe the opposite. As long as the stock is heading north they buy high and sell higher. But when the pause comes, look out. I guess it boils down to DD: if you've done it you feel confident; if not, you panic. Someone out there knows this stuff, and can keep us informed when the games start with JAWW. I hope. Now, if I could figure out how to make this goldurn machine do paragraphs, this might be easier to read. Anyway, back to JAWW. Very assuring that the $5mil is insured; as you pointed out, the wouldn't put that kind of money at risk for a small(?) premium. Question: is a "firewall" just another word for encryption? Cyberguard was up on very heavy volume Friday, either because their "firewall" won an award, or they are going to be taken over, which seems to be happening alot these days. Which seems to make JAWW even more attractive on its' own, and (dare I say?) takeover candidate.Cyberguard takeover is just rumor at this point. But if the JAWW encryption tool is as claimed, I can't believe this puppy will be allowed to run around loose for long.