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  • lmskc lmskc Apr 29, 1999 10:03 AM Flag

    UP UP and AWAY from 137 to 142 and up

    here we go now!!!

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    • Why? Think about it:
      As I see it, two
      important things are going on:
      1. internets are selling
      off so mutual fund managers can lock in their profits
      (which lets face we all have huge profits at this
      point), market their success and get new clients, and
      they can buy on dips thereby setting themselves up for
      more profits as the year goes on and the internets
      rally back; and
      2. the money which is being taken
      out of internet stocks is being put in "cyclicals"
      (alcoa, ip, etc.) but the key is that the monye is
      remaining in the stock market which tells us that stock
      market is strong compared to other investment
      opportunities

      So, what we need is a sell off in alcoa,
      etc. and for that money to go back into aol, yhoo,
      etc.

      I can imagine after some time, dont know how
      long, alcoa, etc. will lose steam, and at that point
      they will sell off, i.e. dow will go down and
      internets will soar. does anyone know when that might
      happen? or have comments?

    • It should settle no lower than $140...I hope!!

    • I just use it.I agree with those who say that AT
      HOME is small potatoes now,but I'm telling you I see
      nothing but growth for this type of internet access.
      Everybody I know who has it loves it.Like I said it blows
      away AOL's cuurent product.Whether AOL has plans for
      the same,I don't know.

    • I turned off the service.Take you blinders off,all I'm saying is there is alot of competition coming on hard.

    • question but that's where alot of people
      investing in the internet are getting it wrong.Everbody is
      saying that the internet stocks are like MSFT was in
      1990 and to look how that turned out.In June,1990 MSFT
      had EPS of .065 and a P/E of 33! We all know the
      history of how well MSFT did but as recently as 10/96
      it's P/E was only 37! I am a big believer in the
      internet,I use it everyday and have done pretty well with
      some of the internet-related stocks(WCOM,CSCO) but I
      just think that today's internet stocks have
      discounted to much future growth into today's stock
      prices.Take AOL,it has trailing 12mo EPS of .31.If you
      compound that at 50% FOR THE NEXT 5 YRS you still get AOL
      selling at a P/E of 59 based on today's stock price!
      History is littered with companies who were first to a
      new industry and then never heard from again.

    • of the day usually mirrors the first hour.....if
      there are sell programs that kick in at the open, there
      are usually just as many that kick in at three.
      Whatever AOL does during the day...if it was down at the
      open then it will probably dip back down towards the
      close.

    • eom

    • AOL hit 112 just a few days ago on a quick dip, and 115
      week ago when all NASDAQ stock sharply dropped.

      AOL will touch around 115 soon and major players will
      then buy at that price.

    • I'll say this again and again:
      I know others
      here have read this before, and I will post this again
      for those who bought AOL at higher prices. I do this
      because I feel for them when AOL drops like it has. So
      here it is again:

      Did you ever ask yourself,
      gee what a great bunch of people who say sell are?
      They are advising me to sell because the AOL world is
      comming to an end.

      Now as yourself, if I was a
      good person and wanted to give kind and good advice, I
      would say to those with a large adudence. People I sold
      my shares, but hang in there and with a report that
      AOL just gave AOL will come back.

      But nooo,
      these people are holding shares they bought at 16o or
      155 and placed there short orders in. Why? because
      they want to panic the poor people who bought
      yesterday or the day before and they feel a panic attact
      when read all these messages of SELL,
      SELL.

      DON'T BELIEVE THESE LOW LIVES, THEY WANT TO BY BACK IN
      WITH YOUR STOCK (IF YOU PANIC) TO COVER THEIR SHORTS.
      You see they own the stock but sell the brokage stock
      rather than theirs. Then they write in to purchase the
      quantity of stock they own at a lower price, the price you
      may sell at at these lower prices. This is called
      selling short in the box.

      DON'T BELIVE THERE BS
      STORIES ABOUT THE MOMENTUM IS GOING DOWN ON AOL,
      ETC.

      My best advice and honest advice to you all is to
      keep AOL for the long term (if you don't need the
      money) or sell it when you feel the price is right. AND
      THE REBOUND COULD BE TOMMORROW OR THE DAY AFTER. ONE
      WAY OR THE OTHER YOU WILL WIN, IF YOU DONT SELL TO
      THEM.

      Good people with good advice never tell others what to
      do with their money.

    • if AOL closed @123..i'll sell all my shares and
      never to post here again. Now if AOL closes above
      128...i'm asking to stop doing everyone here a favor by
      spreading you doom and gloom predictions. If you're holding
      a short position, you did good over the last few
      days. Enjoy it, because you're going to give it all
      back to me plus more by next week.

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