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The Best Stock No One Ever Heard Of
An SI Board Since December 1998
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Emcee:  chalu2 Type:  Unmoderated
This is a tough one folks, but I know you're up to the challenge. I mean what I say: I challenge you all to come up with the best stock no one ever heard of. How do I define this:

You must full-text search SI for the stock by name and symbol, and come up empty. You must do the same thing at Yahoo (messages.yahoo.com). The stock must not be featured in any newsletter or stock tout website or magazine. It must be a reporting company (no pumps & dumps tolerated here). No upcoming IPO's qualify (these naturally will yet not be followed anywhere, but they are not the obscure stocks we're looking for). You must provide at least a sentence explaining your decision to dub your chosen stock "the best." Those are the rules.

How do you know of the stock? Who knows? But we're dying to hear about it.

P.S. Just to show I am not starting this thread to tout any particular issue, I will hold back for 30 days nominating any stocks myself for this award, although I have one in mind. Good luck!!!!!
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40 How about FEDM ???Chartgod-10/17/1999
39 NBG Radio Network (NSBD) - new Internet Developments. I just posted an update Gordon Gekko-1/6/1999
38 B Banks are banks that are licensed to do business with entities outside of theJim Durward-1/2/1999
37 NO. It turned out to be a totally hyped-up POS, hence with lack of follow-throVBroady-12/31/1998
36 Here is the story on MGMA: Subject 22316Walter Morton-12/31/1998
35 I just started the Aastra thread but if you had heard of it I guess it doesnsPD-12/31/1998
34 Hi Dick ... remember me? We haven't talked in a very long time:) If you stStockPro-12/31/1998
33 Your mystery stock sounds very much like Aastra Technologies which trades as AAsPD-12/31/1998
32 OTC JOE, a CBQI forum has been started, along with the most recent announcemenShell Searcher-12/30/1998
31 It has been mentioned in tokeyo mex's thread.Daniel Miller-12/29/1998
30 This one has huge potential. NSBD. Check out the thread I just made. Subject Gordon Gekko-12/29/1998
29 CBQI might fit here: Looks like an undiscovered online auction. bid4it.comOTC JOE-12/29/1998
28 Thanks for sharing so many obscure, but deserving little companies. You"vchalu2-12/28/1998
27 That one sounds interesting. What are "B Banks"? chalu2-12/28/1998
26 Walt, This does look interesting. Got a story on this? Louis Cornell-12/28/1998
25 VB, Fill us in. Don't tow with us. We aren't playing the carrot on a sGordon Gekko-12/28/1998
24 NetX America Inc. OTCBB - "NXAM" Online brokerage specifically desigJim Durward-12/28/1998
23 Great thread- Aw,C'mon, Broady - Did You Buy It Yet? Tell. Here's my peJoana Tides-12/28/1998
22 I think MGMA falls into this category. Walter Morton-12/28/1998
21 Darn it, I hate mysteries. But I do look forward to hearing about this future chalu2-12/27/1998
20 I know of a stock. It has new internut tie-ins. It has been trading for six mVBroady-12/27/1998
19 GSIC--WSJ article A blind teacher from Portland, Ore., Kelly Ford navigates thMoneyMade-12/27/1998
18 TODY has been a volatile stock--was up to 4 or 5 bucks a while ago. Should be chalu2-12/27/1998
17 GSIC was the subject of a Wall Street Journal article? Well, what did the artichalu2-12/27/1998
16 New internet portal for 1999 to debut soon! OTC:BB TODY www.today.com Please Andrew G.-12/27/1998
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