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BHH -- the B2B Depository Receipts
An SI Board Since February 2000
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Emcee:  pcyhuang Type:  Unmoderated
The American Stock Exchange today began trading B2B Internet
HOLDRsSM Depositary Receipts, which give investors ownership
interest in the stocks of 20 specified companies involved in
the business to business segment of the Internet industry. A
total of 3.5 million depositary receipts were issued
yesterday at $95.09 each and will trade under the symbol of
BHH.

All comments on its stragetic and tatic uses are welcome!

pcyhuang

huangcapital.com
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22 No Gayle, I don't have the answer to your inquiry; however, the following iAnn Corrigan-5/5/2000
21 I was surprised that a dividend of $2.61 per share was paid on BHH in later AprGayle Riggs-5/4/2000
20 Thanks for the info Baruch. I did not know that. We will need a paper shredder.Charlie Schultz-4/24/2000
19 One thing I was disappointed to discover is that I'd be receiving annual reZencone-4/23/2000
18 Hi Ann In Fri WSJ it says B2B Internet Hldr N 2.615 payable 4/27/00 record datCharlie Schultz-4/22/2000
17 No, Charlie, I didn't notice it.....how much is it? Seems evident that the Ann Corrigan-4/22/2000
16 Ann Did you notice the dividend declaration for this stock in Fri WSJ ? charliCharlie Schultz-4/22/2000
15 From Briefing.com via Ragin' Bull forum. ARBA is one of the largest holdingAnn Corrigan-4/13/2000
14 The BtoB arena is anything but doom & gloom. Just more manipulation beforeAnn Corrigan-4/10/2000
13 eDollar, Yes, I concur with your facts about the wannabees with no revenues orTigress-3/10/2000
12 Tigress, no point blaming greenspan. This market is more than cooperating. WheneDollar.com-3/10/2000
11 eDollar, I concur......as long as the Holdr is hot and the market is cooperatiTigress-3/10/2000
10 thanks for all the clarification. This is a very nice way to play b2b sector raeDollar.com-3/10/2000
9 eDollar, 1) Can I buy shares in a normal broker account like eTrade. (e.g. 1Tigress-3/9/2000
8 Can some1 please explain the following (1) Can I buy shares in a normal brokereDollar.com-3/9/2000
7 The BHH prospectus: sec.goveWhartHog-3/6/2000
6 Pizza Boy....the minimum is 100 share lot for BHH....annAnn Corrigan-3/5/2000
5 Any idea if it is possible to buy 50 shares of BHH or is there a minimum ? P.B.PIZZA BOY-3/5/2000
4 Here's the link to the list of stocks for BHH: amex.comAnn Corrigan-3/2/2000
3 Do you have a list of those 20 b2b companies? Thanks!yagang liu-3/2/2000
2 Pcyhuang,....Announcement after bell that ARBA is splitting. So, does this meanAnn Corrigan-3/2/2000
1 BHH are looking good today.Ann Corrigan-3/1/2000
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