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DELL Thread For BULLS and BEARS!
An SI Board Since November 1997
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198 0 0 DELL
Emcee:  McNabb Brothers Type:  Unmoderated
This thread is for anyone that would like to talk about DELL Computer!
I want imput from both bulls and bears on DELL! I have been on other threads that the bulls or bears have been so involved with their position that they can not even think straight! Currently I am a bear on DELL and have been since Aug. of 1997! At that time I started selling naked Sept. 90's and 95's on DELL and had some of the 90's called from me! Since they were naked calls I went short the stock in Sept.! Since then I have stayed short and have sold other naked calls on DELL for Oct. and Nov. with strike prices of 100's, 105's, and 110's! I expect DELL to pull back to the $60 to $64 level and after that I will take another look at DELL! What's everyone else think? Also want to invite The bulls from this thread to join in this thread:
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Good luck to everyone, how ever you feel about DELL!
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198 Hank & Hank, As far as I know trading was halted. On the other hand, I juPaul van Wijk-11/19/1997
197 ##### OFF TOPIC ##### Hank & Hank, techstocks.com Succes with CTXS, you&Paul van Wijk-11/18/1997
196 Freeus: Very good observation. What is a good long term hold? Tonight I was wiadad69-11/18/1997
195 Freeus, I completely agree with your idea that people will get nervous if the Ted Jackson-11/18/1997
194 re<i>u.s. butting out</i>* Off Topic* IMO the U.S. should butt out freeus-11/18/1997
193 Hi Hank, Dell is holding its own today. But the market is not. Although I am afreeus-11/18/1997
192 Hank & Hank, Not trying to warn, just trying to keep you sharp. As always.Paul van Wijk-11/18/1997
191 Then you do not go short on a stock and expect to get out in a day or two, necefreeus-11/18/1997
190 Thanks Hank, I'll print it out and study it. I wish I could have been buyinfreeus-11/17/1997
189 Hank, I have one word for you. COMDEX It's like ducks going south for theBoplicity-11/17/1997
188 William, >> Clinton has been one of the weakest presidents on foreign &Paul van Wijk-11/17/1997
187 William, I can appreciate your comment about Clinton. I thought it was quite fTed Jackson-11/17/1997
186 Ted, Thanks, I saved it on disk, and will read later. Very lengthy, but looks Paul van Wijk-11/17/1997
185 Ted: The Arabs are in dissary. It is a religious matter and not so political. Oadad69-11/16/1997
184 The net is great isn't it? Greg-sorry fot the two post. Boplicity-11/16/1997
183 To All: I'm going to try and answer a few questions and things that have bMcNabb Brothers-11/16/1997
182 Paul, sounds like you would be interested in a post I came across. The author Ted Jackson-11/16/1997
181 William, it is true that the Arab nations are in disarray, however that is how Ted Jackson-11/16/1997
180 Thanks sig. The net is great isn't? GregBoplicity-11/16/1997
179 Question to All: First, thanks Greg for posting the article. I was wondering Ted Jackson-11/16/1997
178 Greg: A few references to look at. My Acrobat Reader is not happy with this sSig-11/16/1997
177 Hank: Thanks for your feedback regarding Dell. I too thot it mite drop, so I bBecky-11/15/1997
176 Hank & Hank, Hold on to your strategy; smartmoney.com Good luck, PaulPaul van Wijk-11/15/1997
175 The issue of of the middle east has more to do with religion that Saadam Husseiadad69-11/14/1997
174 By MARTIN CRUTSINGER c. The Associated Press WASHINGTON (Nov. 14) - Amid risinBoplicity-11/14/1997
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