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  • vernon_puftin vernon_puftin Jun 11, 2001 11:36 PM Flag

    Every day in every way the boys take

    home $3000 a day.. like gotta love it....Praise the LORD.

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    • I would not feel bad to be wrong.
      (I go with the companies politics not the market)

      Been right for just at 1 1/2 years.

      Most Businesses need to:
      1. reevaluate their business model.
      2. reevaluate their data models.
      3. rework their data and their access.

      Large businesses:
      Are still using EDI's unfinished spec.
      Are still using COBOL and Mainframes.

      B2B will be bent to fit the existing needs and will be done primarily in house with large company products and only when the infrastructure of the company can get around to it.
      (politics, changes in architecture etc.)

    • I can say the dumbest things on this board this stock will go up anyway. Bet?


      B2B is alive and well.

      P.S. No we're not at $8 yet. Got this feeling the market will give you plenty of up-ticks to go short.

      P.S.S. never ever claim to be able to predict anything. I'm a lousy predictor. But have an opinion on almost anything and certain expectations. Promise to you I'll always do as the market does.

    • We at 8 yet ??? Wasn't that supposed to have happened by now ? (dig, dig)

      I would short at 7 (if it can get there. never made 6 on the resent spike) but I have my money tied up at the moment. I was waiting for it to go to double digits a couple of months ago but now I have serious doubts that it will ever make it that high.

      I am still talking to company people and the moral is not good.

      hey Clarus SELL SOMETHING

    • "The stuff that they sell is expensive and apparently good, or else how could they be the number two software company in the world."

      By selling Databases. The B2B is a lost leader a come on to add value to the real money maker.

      Have you looked at Ariba and Cmrc stock recently ???

      Companies like these are dying a slow painful death because longs like to bleed money. Their niche is dead. It is commodity now.

    • Agree with what's been said here re: volume. It's up. That's what CLRS longs need. A breakout without volume will fall flat on its face.

      Price action yesterday was a correction of up-move on Friday. Almost want to call friday a "wide-ranging" day, which quite often signals an impeding trend-change.

      If you look at a candlestick chart you'll see a "hanging man". Looks like a guy with dangling feet. After an up-move, this may signal a reversal. But the dangling feet (long shadow) are a signal, that there's buying power in the market which pushed CLRS higher towards closing. So you really have to wait for confirmation.

      If today, CLRS closes higher, the hanging man (sell-signal) was a fake sell signal, meaning CLRS buy signal is still intact. The hanging man then is a confirmed fake sell signal.

      If today, CLRS closes below the body of yesterday's black candle, you have positive confirmation of a sell signal in CLRS. If we close below yesterday's low, CLRS is in trouble. If we close below $5 twice, you're looking at another false breakout.

      => For now, CLRS seems to be holding up just fine.

      => The folks who get into this stock now are pros. But I believe they'll be out just as quick as they're in, if the down-trend doesn't break.

      Peace. Pi.


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