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  • eric_michelle_2 eric_michelle_2 Dec 1, 1999 7:18 PM Flag

    another MM game for Shushkidude 2

    I have to say that your postings have been the
    most informative and valuable on this board, compared
    to those "buy buy RDWR=100", or "I've told you dead
    cat......" posts (I understand they got their own agenda, no
    blame and hard feelings, but would prefer quality posts
    like yours). Really appreciate your insight into this

    I never believed in daytrading (my situation is
    similar to yours, I have been long on INTC, MSFT, DELL,
    MRK, GE, etc since 1995-96, and still holding most of
    them), till I lost too much on RDWR (in 51, with a large
    position), and I only did daytrading on RDWR for the past 10
    some days :-). A friend of mine introduced RDWR to me
    in Oct, she made good $ on it by daytrading (mainly
    by shorting RDWR), and she suggested I should make
    up the loss by daytrading--and it worked somehow as
    of today. But, I have no time to continue that--too
    busy during the day, Will have to decide to
    dump/forget it, or hold it riding through the 25-30 valley
    till it gets back to 50 (hopefully). To me, this dead
    money for 1 yrs or so is OK.

    I know I am not
    alone. There are many people who are on this board or
    who have never seen this board are Long and got in at
    50-60. My questions and concerns and your answers will
    also give them some helpful tips.

    The only big
    concern I now have is, I experienced one stock (I was
    long 1000 sh), VACI, the behavior of which in
    1994-1995 was very much like current RDWR--slow dying with
    daily low volume without bottom support; eventually, it
    went to ZERO in 95-96, everyone holding it took the
    tax loss. Given your powerful numbers of RDWR vs.
    FFIV, and also given the indisputable fact that current
    zillions of internet companies will shrink down to 10-20
    final winners (like in 1900's there were over 500 auto
    companies in the US, now only 3 survived and still
    existing), WOULD RDWR BECOME VACI in near term, say, in 3

    Based on your analysis, it doesn't seem to be the case,
    but, would feel good if you can comment on it based on
    general business prospects...... Thanks!

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