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  • palosparkflash palosparkflash Feb 14, 2004 11:55 AM Flag

    Sold today

    Lawyerjasmine, I feel the same way. I hoped the qtr would have shown ePlus more quickly taking advantage of its B2B products and services.

    At this point Hootie is right, ePlus is more a leasing company, as far as revenue, than anything else.

    BUT, like many of us advocates have said...we are in ePlus for the long haul. And for the long term, risk is low with significant upside potential.

    ePlus is not a day traders stock (how many times have we said that)

    Flash

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    • So I still own a leasing company at 13x earnings with a software business that is laying the foundation for significant growth.
      That's my investment thesis and it has not changed as a result of one quarter's results, particularly the historically slow 3rd quarter.
      It's hard to ignore the large "Global 50" user ePlus just finished implementing with 7,000 users worldwide.

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        So I still own a leasing company at 13x earnings with a software business that is laying the foundation for significant growth.
        >>>>>>>

        First off, NOW you call it a leasing company. When I argued with you before, you kept saying how it has transformed itself into "a leader in the B2B software industry" blah blah blah. I told you it was valued at such a low PE cause it is nothing but a leasing company...which it is.

        <<<<<<<<<<<<
        That's my investment thesis and it has not changed as a result of one quarter's results, particularly the historically slow 3rd quarter.
        >>>>>>>>>>>>

        Au contrare. If their "software business" was so hot and growing, they could have easily made up for the historically weak 3rd quarter. Apparently its not. Then again, we DONT KNOW their software revenues, cause they don't break them out!!

        <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
        It's hard to ignore the large "Global 50" user ePlus just finished implementing with 7,000 users worldwide.
        >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

        .....and apparently not a cent of it went to the top or bottom line.

 
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