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  • im_usually_right im_usually_right Jul 26, 1999 7:55 AM Flag

    Yeah e, at first I said go long Monday,

    then I saw the games NYS was playing at 122 and I
    dumped. I think I posted that then. Next day I bought
    puts and did well on those as you can imagine. I
    figured if we didnt rock Monday, we were in real
    trouble.

    Although earnings for nets were great this time, there is
    a general "this is as good as it's gonna get..."
    syndrome out there.

    I dunno, we will have a few
    dead cat bounce days but as far as seeing 130 again
    anytime soon, I wouldn't hold my breath.

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    • of AOL!!!!!!! Big boys are dumping! First
      Fidelity Magellan, now Soly!!!



      http://quote.bloomberg.com/analytics/bquote.cgi?story_num=0f33da48b51abf81cfac6e
      c75624d70e&view=story&version=marketslong99.cfg


      Lookk out belllooooowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!

    • Don't sell them your shares cheap!!!!!
      AOL
      investors,
      Below is Part I of a two-part research report on AOL
      issued by Prudential Securities as of today (7/22).


      AOL: E-COMMERCE ENGINE IS JUST WARMING UP; AOL
      STRATEGY FOCUSED ON TRACK-CURRENT PRICE IS A BUYING
      OPPORTUNITY-STRONG BUY, $212 TARGET REITERATED(Part 1 of 2)

      STRONG BUY/SBI/SELECTAnalysts: Paul L. Merenbloom (212)
      778-7328 Prior: Aydin O. Tuncer (212) 778-6764 Risk: HIGH
      Current 12-Month Price Target: $212
      Key Points:
      We
      believe that AOL E-Commerce efforts, and yields are only
      warming up.'; Results from 2Q demonstrate powerful
      leverage within the AOL operating model, suggesting that
      E-Commerce/Advertising revenues will grow disproportionately faster than
      subscriber revenues for the foreseeable future;
      We
      believe that revenue per month per subscriber, now at
      $6.50 per share is tracking to reach the $9 run rate as
      early as December of this year; While subscriber
      growth, in absolute terms was below earlier forecasts,
      adding 755,000 net subs in the period demonstrate a
      powerful ability to retain, as well as capture significant
      audiences;
      Subscriber revenues of $943 million v. our
      estimate of $951 million on 755K added subscribers v. our
      900K earlier estimates suggests a lower churn rate and
      stronger subscriber acquisition during the first half of
      the quarter;
      AOL's strategy is impeccably
      clear-aggregate content, commerce services, vendors, customers
      and bandwidth options; offer consumers the ultimate
      in choices-notably for content, services, bandwidth
      and features; keep the service(s) easy to use and
      well supported; and simultaneously drive user
      confidence, commitment, and online behaviors;
      The
      company's multi-brand strategy, unique ability to adapt and
      incorporate new technologies, services, and features, and to
      rapidly (and flexibly) respond to dynamic market
      conditions will further the company's leadership position,
      subscriber roles, merchant partner relationship(s), and
      overall revenue/margin leverage;
      We reiterate our
      price objective of $212 per share based on a blend of
      segmented DCF of $184, aggregated DCF of $211/share; and a
      line of business valuation of $242 per share;
      We
      note that AOL is on track to reach a $10 Billion run
      rate within the next 4-6 quarters. Summary/Investment
      Thesis. Against a backdrop of competition from free-PC
      /Internet retail bundles, increasing contention over the
      open cable and broadband debate(s), and pre-released
      indications that subscriber growth would not reach previously
      expected levels of 900,000 for the period, America Online
      turned in their most powerful quarterly results to date.
      Noting the company's 755,000 net new subscribers-which
      reflect only the flagship AOL and CompuServe brands,
      total revenues topped $1.38 billion as subscriber
      revenues of $943 million were augmented by record setting
      E-Commerce/Advertising revenues of $306 million and Enterprise Software
      revenues of $128 million for the period. In the context of
      a quarter in which AOL completed the merger with
      Netscape, formed a strategic relationship with Sun
      Microsystems, furthered key relationships with the Cisneros
      group for AOL/Latin America, acquired MovieFone and two
      additional properties, and faced increasing pressure
      vis-�-vis Dixon's FreeServe in the U.K. the company's
      stellar results demonstrate the present, and potential
      power of the AOL operating model and strategy. Viewer
      online time per day is up 19% per year at 56 minutes per
      day. This growth rate, which has been consistent over
      the previous two years, and up dramatically from 14
      minutes per day just three years ago, demonstrates AOL's
      success at making their product a part of the user's
      daily routine.

    • AOL investors,
      Below is Part I of a two-part
      research report on AOL issued by Prudential Securities as
      of today (7/22).
      AOL: E-COMMERCE ENGINE IS JUST
      WARMING UP; AOL STRATEGY FOCUSED ON TRACK-CURRENT PRICE
      IS A BUYING OPPORTUNITY-STRONG BUY, $212 TARGET
      REITERATED(Part 1 of 2)
      STRONG BUY/SBI/SELECTAnalysts: Paul
      L. Merenbloom (212) 778-7328 Prior: Aydin O. Tuncer
      (212) 778-6764 Risk: HIGH Current 12-Month Price
      Target: $212
      Key Points:
      We believe that AOL
      E-Commerce efforts, and yields are only warming up.';
      Results from 2Q demonstrate powerful leverage within the
      AOL operating model, suggesting that
      E-Commerce/Advertising revenues will grow disproportionately faster than
      subscriber revenues for the foreseeable future;
      We
      believe that revenue per month per subscriber, now at
      $6.50 per share is tracking to reach the $9 run rate as
      early as December of this year; While subscriber
      growth, in absolute terms was below earlier forecasts,
      adding 755,000 net subs in the period demonstrate a
      powerful ability to retain, as well as capture significant
      audiences;
      Subscriber revenues of $943 million v. our
      estimate of $951 million on 755K added subscribers v. our
      900K earlier estimates suggests a lower churn rate and
      stronger subscriber acquisition during the first half of
      the quarter;
      AOL's strategy is impeccably
      clear-aggregate content, commerce services, vendors, customers
      and bandwidth options; offer consumers the ultimate
      in choices-notably for content, services, bandwidth
      and features; keep the service(s) easy to use and
      well supported; and simultaneously drive user
      confidence, commitment, and online behaviors;
      The
      company's multi-brand strategy, unique ability to adapt and
      incorporate new technologies, services, and features, and to
      rapidly (and flexibly) respond to dynamic market
      conditions will further the company's leadership position,
      subscriber roles, merchant partner relationship(s), and
      overall revenue/margin leverage;
      We reiterate our
      price objective of $212 per share based on a blend of
      segmented DCF of $184, aggregated DCF of $211/share; and a
      line of business valuation of $242 per share;
      We
      note that AOL is on track to reach a $10 Billion run
      rate within the next 4-6 quarters. Summary/Investment
      Thesis. Against a backdrop of competition from free-PC
      /Internet retail bundles, increasing contention over the
      open cable and broadband debate(s), and pre-released
      indications that subscriber growth would not reach previously
      expected levels of 900,000 for the period, America Online
      turned in their most powerful quarterly results to date.
      Noting the company's 755,000 net new subscribers-which
      reflect only the flagship AOL and CompuServe brands,
      total revenues topped $1.38 billion as subscriber
      revenues of $943 million were augmented by record setting
      E-Commerce/Advertising revenues of $306 million and Enterprise Software
      revenues of $128 million for the period. In the context of
      a quarter in which AOL completed the merger with
      Netscape, formed a strategic relationship with Sun
      Microsystems, furthered key relationships with the Cisneros
      group for AOL/Latin America, acquired MovieFone and two
      additional properties, and faced increasing pressure
      vis-�-vis Dixon's FreeServe in the U.K. the company's
      stellar results demonstrate the present, and potential
      power of the AOL operating model and strategy. Viewer
      online time per day is up 19% per year at 56 minutes per
      day. This growth rate, which has been consistent over
      the previous two years, and up dramatically from 14
      minutes per day just three years ago, demonstrates AOL's
      success at making their product a part of the user's
      daily routine.

    • your mom drank it all....and she likes me
      LONG.......
      LOL
      AOL investors,
      Below is Part I of a two-part
      research report on AOL issued by Prudential Securities as
      of today (7/22).
      RESEARCH
      AMERICA
      ONLINE
      JULY 22, 1999
      AOL: E-COMMERCE ENGINE IS JUST
      WARMING UP; AOL STRATEGY FOCUSED ON TRACK-CURRENT PRICE
      IS A BUYING OPPORTUNITY-STRONG BUY, $212 TARGET
      REITERATED(Part 1 of 2)
      STRONG BUY/SBI/SELECTAnalysts: Paul
      L. Merenbloom (212) 778-7328 Prior: Aydin O. Tuncer
      (212) 778-6764 Risk: HIGH Current 12-Month Price
      Target: $212
      Key Points:
      We believe that AOL
      E-Commerce efforts, and yields are only warming up.';
      Results from 2Q demonstrate powerful leverage within the
      AOL operating model, suggesting that
      E-Commerce/Advertising revenues will grow disproportionately faster than
      subscriber revenues for the foreseeable future;
      We
      believe that revenue per month per subscriber, now at
      $6.50 per share is tracking to reach the $9 run rate as
      early as December of this year; While subscriber
      growth, in absolute terms was below earlier forecasts,
      adding 755,000 net subs in the period demonstrate a
      powerful ability to retain, as well as capture significant
      audiences;
      Subscriber revenues of $943 million v. our
      estimate of $951 million on 755K added subscribers v. our
      900K earlier estimates suggests a lower churn rate and
      stronger subscriber acquisition during the first half of
      the quarter;
      AOL's strategy is impeccably
      clear-aggregate content, commerce services, vendors, customers
      and bandwidth options; offer consumers the ultimate
      in choices-notably for content, services, bandwidth
      and features; keep the service(s) easy to use and
      well supported; and simultaneously drive user
      confidence, commitment, and online behaviors;
      The
      company's multi-brand strategy, unique ability to adapt and
      incorporate new technologies, services, and features, and to
      rapidly (and flexibly) respond to dynamic market
      conditions will further the company's leadership position,
      subscriber roles, merchant partner relationship(s), and
      overall revenue/margin leverage;
      We reiterate our
      price objective of $212 per share based on a blend of
      segmented DCF of $184, aggregated DCF of $211/share; and a
      line of business valuation of $242 per share;
      We
      note that AOL is on track to reach a $10 Billion run
      rate within the next 4-6 quarters. Summary/Investment
      Thesis. Against a backdrop of competition from free-PC
      /Internet retail bundles, increasing contention over the
      open cable and broadband debate(s), and pre-released
      indications that subscriber growth would not reach previously
      expected levels of 900,000 for the period, America Online
      turned in their most powerful quarterly results to date.
      Noting the company's 755,000 net new subscribers-which
      reflect only the flagship AOL and CompuServe brands,
      total revenues topped $1.38 billion as subscriber
      revenues of $943 million were augmented by record setting
      E-Commerce/Advertising revenues of $306 million and Enterprise Software
      revenues of $128 million for the period. In the context of
      a quarter in which AOL completed the merger with
      Netscape, formed a strategic relationship with Sun
      Microsystems, furthered key relationships with the Cisneros
      group for AOL/Latin America, acquired MovieFone and two
      additional properties, and faced increasing pressure
      vis-�-vis Dixon's FreeServe in the U.K. the company's
      stellar results demonstrate the present, and potential
      power of the AOL operating model and strategy. Viewer
      online time per day is up 19% per year at 56 minutes per
      day. This growth rate, which has been consistent over
      the previous two years, and up dramatically from 14
      minutes per day just three years ago, demonstrates AOL's
      success at making their product a part of the user's
      daily routine.

    • Damn. guy, ps, my mom said you couldn't get it up....... try viagra........

    • 1. AMZNBUBBLE's mom like me that way...
      2.AOL
      investors,
      Below is Part I of a two-part research report on AOL
      issued by Prudential Securities as of today (7/22).

      RESEARCH
      AMERICA ONLINE
      JULY 22, 1999
      AOL: E-COMMERCE
      ENGINE IS JUST WARMING UP; AOL STRATEGY FOCUSED ON
      TRACK-CURRENT PRICE IS A BUYING OPPORTUNITY-STRONG BUY, $212
      TARGET REITERATED(Part 1 of 2)
      STRONG
      BUY/SBI/SELECTAnalysts: Paul L. Merenbloom (212) 778-7328 Prior: Aydin O.
      Tuncer (212) 778-6764 Risk: HIGH Current 12-Month Price
      Target: $212
      Key Points:
      We believe that AOL
      E-Commerce efforts, and yields are only warming up.';
      Results from 2Q demonstrate powerful leverage within the
      AOL operating model, suggesting that
      E-Commerce/Advertising revenues will grow disproportionately faster than
      subscriber revenues for the foreseeable future;
      We
      believe that revenue per month per subscriber, now at
      $6.50 per share is tracking to reach the $9 run rate as
      early as December of this year; While subscriber
      growth, in absolute terms was below earlier forecasts,
      adding 755,000 net subs in the period demonstrate a
      powerful ability to retain, as well as capture significant
      audiences;
      Subscriber revenues of $943 million v. our
      estimate of $951 million on 755K added subscribers v. our
      900K earlier estimates suggests a lower churn rate and
      stronger subscriber acquisition during the first half of
      the quarter;
      AOL's strategy is impeccably
      clear-aggregate content, commerce services, vendors, customers
      and bandwidth options; offer consumers the ultimate
      in choices-notably for content, services, bandwidth
      and features; keep the service(s) easy to use and
      well supported; and simultaneously drive user
      confidence, commitment, and online behaviors;
      The
      company's multi-brand strategy, unique ability to adapt and
      incorporate new technologies, services, and features, and to
      rapidly (and flexibly) respond to dynamic market
      conditions will further the company's leadership position,
      subscriber roles, merchant partner relationship(s), and
      overall revenue/margin leverage;
      We reiterate our
      price objective of $212 per share based on a blend of
      segmented DCF of $184, aggregated DCF of $211/share; and a
      line of business valuation of $242 per share;
      We
      note that AOL is on track to reach a $10 Billion run
      rate within the next 4-6 quarters. Summary/Investment
      Thesis. Against a backdrop of competition from free-PC
      /Internet retail bundles, increasing contention over the
      open cable and broadband debate(s), and pre-released
      indications that subscriber growth would not reach previously
      expected levels of 900,000 for the period, America Online
      turned in their most powerful quarterly results to date.
      Noting the company's 755,000 net new subscribers-which
      reflect only the flagship AOL and CompuServe brands,
      total revenues topped $1.38 billion as subscriber
      revenues of $943 million were augmented by record setting
      E-Commerce/Advertising revenues of $306 million and Enterprise Software
      revenues of $128 million for the period. In the context of
      a quarter in which AOL completed the merger with
      Netscape, formed a strategic relationship with Sun
      Microsystems, furthered key relationships with the Cisneros
      group for AOL/Latin America, acquired MovieFone and two
      additional properties, and faced increasing pressure
      vis-�-vis Dixon's FreeServe in the U.K. the company's
      stellar results demonstrate the present, and potential
      power of the AOL operating model and strategy. Viewer
      online time per day is up 19% per year at 56 minutes per
      day. This growth rate, which has been consistent over
      the previous two years, and up dramatically from 14
      minutes per day just three years ago, demonstrates AOL's
      success at making their product a part of the user's
      daily routine.

    • The market as well as AOL is now over-sold!! As
      soon as the last of the weak holders sell, we will
      rally and move back up strongly!! I too, am a long term
      holder and will see 200 or more with you and split and
      higher and many splits later, I will retire early and
      play golf and piddle with the stockmarket as AOL will
      make me rich!!

      Doc

    • my e-mail
      is:

      tiernoybueno@hotmail.com

      Everyone knows that inflation won't be around
      forever.

      Also, sooner or later, internet companies are going
      to
      have to get sold or get out of business (watch out
      for
      AMZN, they might not make it).

      But AOL's
      financial situation is excellent and they
      have many new
      products coming down the pipe! As for
      the internet via
      cable, that system isn't fully developed
      yet and even
      ATHM is having problems with their system.
      I also
      believe AOL will continue to dominate the DSL
      and
      eventually will have their satellite system running and

      obtain access to cable.

      See you @ 200 buddy!!!
      Feel free to e-mail me!

      Expect a few more bumps
      on the road... I hope that
      the Feds would hurry
      up and up the interest rate
      again so we can
      start moving upwards without fear.

      I am an AOL
      long term investor because this
      companies
      fundamentals are just fine, it's the overall
      market
      situation that has it going down for now.... but
      when
      all stabilizes, watch out!!

    • my e-mail
      is:

      tiernoybueno@hotmail.com

      Everyone knows that inflation won't be around
      forever.

      Also, sooner or later, internet companies are going
      to
      have to get sold or get out of business (watch out
      for
      AMZN, they might not make it).

      But AOL's
      financial situation is excellent and they
      have many new
      products coming down the pipe! As for
      the internet via
      cable, that system isn't fully developed
      yet and even
      ATHM is having problems with their system.
      I also
      believe AOL will continue to dominate the DSL
      and
      eventually will have their satellite system running and

      obtain access to cable.

      See you @ 200 buddy!!!
      Feel free to e-mail me!

      Expect a few more bumps
      on the road... I hope that
      the Feds would hurry
      up and up the interest rate
      again so we can
      start moving upwards without fear.

      I am an AOL
      long term investor because this
      companies
      fundamentals are just fine, it's the overall
      market
      situation that has it going down for now.... but
      when
      all stabilizes, watch out!!!

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