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  • Buylongterm Buylongterm May 3, 1999 1:44 PM Flag

    TO ALL AOL FANS!!!!!!!!!!!

    Word is out... AOL dropped out of the Media One
    RACE!!!!!!!!

    Have fun downloading Video's at 56K or better Yet, pay
    90.00 bucks a month for DSL.......What now????? Oh
    yeah, now we have to listen to Case Winnig to the
    Government. CRY BABY, YOU LOST SO ADMIT IT.

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    • 1) ISP
      2) Books!
      3) Credit cards
      4) Long
      distance phone service
      5) Netscape = Eyes and
      more
      6) ICQ = Eyes and future advertisements
      7) Future
      TV?
      8) Future Broadband
      9) Investments in other
      companies

      Correct me if I'm wrong

    • something is telling me you don't know about the market !

    • Some valuations to dream about...

      It is
      amazing how a good piece of research makes its way around
      the web.

      Post from Silicon Investor...


      Posted from Yahoo:

      Instead of simply looking at
      market cap as a comparison, I feel you can get a

      better idea on comparitive values in the newer (or not
      yet profitable) ecommerce
      companies by looking at
      the price to revenues ratio (P/R). Based on this

      comparison, even with AWEB's recent drop, ABTL is still the
      cheaper stock.
      AWEB has a P/R of 12.72 while ABTL has
      a P/R of only 8.66. If you assume
      that AWEB is
      fairly priced, that would equate to a current price for
      ABTL of
      about 40.5. When you look further and
      compare ABTL with some of the other
      recent ipos or
      allow yourself to dream and look at some of the
      ecommerce
      darlings, ABTL appears to have a room to
      explode. The P/R numbers for
      ABTL, AWEB, PCLN
      (rediculous), VUSA, IVIL, TURF, EBAY and AMZN
      are as
      follows:

      ABTL.......... 8.66
      AWEB..........
      12.72
      PCLN.......... 542.61
      VUSA..........
      18.19
      IVIL.......... 75.06
      TURF..........
      119.55
      EBAY.......... 270.12 (profitable but still
      young)
      AMZN.......... 26.69

      As long as ABTL
      continues to show some strong growth over the next few

      quarters with the international efforts and dealer
      recruitment and retention, having
      a P/R around 50 or more
      seems realistic (at current sales, that equals a price
      of
      160). It definitely looks like a good time to
      be long. Does anyone have any
      thoughts on this?

    • HOW APPROPO... YER CALLING YERSELF BASED ON YER
      POSITION IN AOL...... VERY CLEVER... BUT SINCE YOU'RE
      BEING SO DIDATIC........... WHY DON'T YOU CALL YOURSELF
      STOOPID_DEVALUED...... NOW THAT WOULD BE TRUTH IN ADVERTISIN...... DON'T
      YA THINX???????

      IN ANY EVENT... I AM SORRY TA
      HEAR YA NEVER CAME.....

      THAT SPEAKS VOLUMES
      ABOUT YOU AND YER POSTINGS...........

      SO LONG
      CHEAP-SPHINCTER.........

      YNK

    • RC(1900-1999)-may he rest in pieces."I never came,i never saw, i never conquered...."

    • Do you have a target price in mind to cover your short (at 137) yesterday? Just curious.

    • THAT'S A GREAT LYRIC FROM KATZ(THE BROADWAY
      PLAY).....

      IT COMES TO MIND BECAUSE...............

      THIS
      PUSSY-CAT WON'T BOUNCE...................

      HOW CAN I
      SHORT THE BOUNCE IF THIS P.O.S WON'T BOUNCE???


      SO SORRY.......SPHINCTETTES................


      YNK

    • The behavior of AOL right now is no suprise. All
      we need to do is go back to last quarters earnings.
      AOL traded up strongly through the end of January.
      Before earnings were released, AOL hit an Intraday high
      of 177. After earnings were released, over the next
      7 trading sessions, AOL dropped about 30 points to
      147. It then traded in a range until the split, and
      next leg up. Going into earnings this past quarter,
      AOL again rallied to 167 intraday. After the release,
      we have gone down to 133. Again about 34 points. The
      difference this time is that AOL has so many analysts behind
      it with strong buy ratings and price targets in the
      200's. Can you just imagine what this thing will do
      going into this summers earnings??? I am willing to be
      patient while this great stock catches it's breath,
      because next time, we are flying right through 200. 10 to
      12 weeks away folks. The summer will be great for
      internets. I forsee the Lycos/USA deal voted down, along
      with a full IPO schedule. With the best internets
      beating earnings YHOO AOL AMZN and EBAY, next quarter
      will be even better. Look for June, July as great
      months, then again in November, December...

      My 2
      bits. Be patient.

    • T paid for the cow, AOL can just pick up a quart of milk from any 7-eleven or dairy barn it chooses. Cows cost a lot to keep, I heard they eat like horses. AOL wins, again...

    • "AOL also may have backed away from MediaOne to
      avoid alienating AT&T since it may want to partner with
      the long distance
      leader -- and its vast, new
      cable TV holdings -- in the future, analysts said. AOL
      and other Internet service providers wanting to offer
      high-speed World Wide Web access have been lobbying for
      access to cable TV networks."


      HEHEHEHEHEHEHEHEHEHE

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