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Strategies & Market Trends
Sympathy Plays
An SI Board Since September 1999
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Emcee:  Gary Payton Type:  Unmoderated
I'm starting this thread because I have found that my most profitable plays, and incidentally, those with the least risk, have been sympathy plays on hot stocks. For example, RHAT momentum and APLX, just today, HJOB and TJOB (from 5 to 8 in a matter of minutes). This thread will be geared towards identifying to the thread members those stocks that are poised to ride the investing tide of another stock. To give yet another example, KIDE pushed GRIN on quite a wild ride. I'll start off the thread with a play of my own. I think that EELN move up could spark another rally in MDCM.
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8 PCNTF now. Geez, folks I really hope someone is watching. That's three out Gary Payton-9/9/1999
7 well, folks, company would be nice. NETO is the next call on recent IPOs runninGary Payton-9/9/1999
6 well, CHINA looked pretty good. 10+ points from the call. Now I would say that Gary Payton-9/8/1999
5 TERN - sympathy to net hardware rally. Cable modem just got approved, momo peopGary Payton-9/3/1999
4 Ok, also PCNTF, now CHINA is at 49. Another thought would be EXNT as a sympathyGary Payton-9/3/1999
3 CHINA sympathy to IIJI - currently, CHINA is up 3 1/2 to 48. Target would be arGary Payton-9/3/1999
2 Cash - Thank you for that encouragement. I could not believe that when I searchGary Payton-9/3/1999
1 I agree completely with your concept and bookmarked the thread in anticipation Cash-9/2/1999
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