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  • motherfrugal motherfrugal May 14, 2001 5:52 PM Flag

    somethings wrong

     

    I hate to say it but this baby ain't acting right. I don't know what it is but with energy all the focus we should see new highs and instead we're sliding backwards. Something is happening and you don't know what it is .... do you Mrs Jones

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    • Look at last years chart, it is the same movement.

      Personally, I feel that certain powers are trying to buy more shares on the cheap.

    • I'm not Mrs. Jones but, you are right to say that "this baby ain't acting right". This IMHO is because untill now, Ely has not been in a position to position the company in a position that took the company to it's fundamentaley strong position. ( I could'nt resist )
      Perhaps now, Ely will be able to shed the burden of AA,AC and maybe even AL. That would add value to AVA and when they are in the right position with their generation capabilities, we should see some new highs. When I say new highs, I am not refering to the fuel cell frenzy of two and a half ? years ago. Were'nt those days fun?

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      • Pardon the criticism, but this "baby" is acting totally apropos. Up 30 trading days, down 8 trading days. Very normal for a company to lose some of the early winners. Who wouldn't give their left nut to be long mega shares at $16.50? Let these non-believers sell (check out the sub 100K volume) so the stock can reach its new level ($23-25). If mgmt gives upward guidance, soaring past the $25.00 handle is a done deal. Has any one heard about the Power+Energy IPO?

 
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