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  • No_Barking No_Barking Apr 20, 1999 2:19 PM Flag

    About J. Siegel's Article

    Saw this on YHOO Board. Posted a reply. Want to
    share both of
    them with AOL believers.

    Would
    the Real AOL Stand UP
    by: AOL_PRISON_WARDEN 90106
    of 90161

    FYI.........

    http://www.streetadvisor.com/spot/042099/01.htm


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    As I said yesterday, I read it and it did nothing to
    my investing strategy. Lots of apple-orange
    comparison, lot of old-fashioned valuation. His professorial
    status does not impress me as I always remembered the
    anecdote of a Harvard professor giving Federal Express'
    founder a D- on his project written about his overnight
    delivery vision.
    Having said all of this, what should
    happen next? Two things. First, WSJ should allow a
    rebuttal on the Internet Stocks in their paper. And, I
    think that is going to happen next week with their
    second part: "The Case for Internet Stocks".
    Second,
    J. Siegel should resign from Wharton and give up his
    professorship. One of the main responsibilities of the teachers,
    whether kindergarten, elementary, highschool or college,
    is to envision and inspire vision. His article did
    exactly the opposite. I feel sorry for the students who
    have to take his class. I once had a teacher who told
    me that I would never be able to learn a foreign
    language. Guess what, dear prof., I speak, write and read
    four of them now.



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