Wed Sep 22 EVCI Educational Video Conferencing,
Inc. Enters Into Co-Marketing Agreement with Bell
Atlantic - Business Wire
Thu Sep 16 EVCI
Educational Video Conferencing, Inc. Enters Into Co-Marketing
Agreement with We Media, Inc. -Business Wire
17 EVCI Educational Video Conferencing, Inc. Listed
As One of the 'Hot Picks' in New Book 'Hot Sector
Investing' - PR Newswire
Wed July 28 EVCI Educational
Video Conferencing, Inc. Signs Multi-Year Agreement
with Merrill Lynch's FSOS Division; - PR
Tues July 27 EVCI Educational Video Conferencing, Inc.
Signs a Multi-Year Agreement with Atlantic District
Lutheran Church Missouri Synod; - PR Newswire
July 22 The New York City Board of Education and
Educational Video Conferencing, Inc. Join Forces - PR
Mon July 19 EVCI Educational Video Conferencing, Inc.
Expands its Telecommute to College Program to New
Lockheed Martin Company; - PR Newswire
Wed July 14
EVCI Educational Video Conferencing, Inc. Expands its
Telecommute to College Program in New York Market; - PR
Thur July 1 AT&T Corp. and Educational Video
Conferencing, Inc. Launch Direct Mail Marketing Program to AT&T
Business Customers; - PR Newswire
**All of this in
just the last three months. What do you think will
happen in the next three months? Get in while you can!!
Here's Niles track:
Month 1999 2000
8/25 2.28 2.66
Here also has INTC at either 25% or 30% growth over
the next three years depending upon which report you
read. Should also mention he is at the low end of
projections. Kumar has INTC at
INTC at a higher level.
Edelston has gone to sleep. Not certain Peck even makes a
Intel management has high intergrity. If they
beleive that they will not meet or beat estimates they
would have had a pre announcement since they were very
upbeat on the next two quarters during the last
conference call. This means that they are on track. Last
quarter results were as they had indicated in the prior
quarter conference call.
As for Taiwan problem if
they had any negative impact they would have released
such news with the comments on Taiwan sales
Then you may wonder why all this negative by the
analysts. The fund managers are getting ready to close the
books for this quarter.So their target INTEL to take
profits. The earthquake was just the right oportunity to
start off the Ha hO to buy back cheap.
I would not argue that the share prices of many
tech companies are way too high (as measured by p/e
The author of the note that I replied to was
trying to compare the p/e of Intel to that of Ford and
GM. That was what I was objecting too. It is not the
same and never will be.There is no point in comparing
the p/e ratios of these companies. The auto companies
business is impacted by many things that Intel may never
have to face i.e. fuel ecomomy issues, safety,
emissions, high labor and raw materials costs, sales being
very dependant on interest rates, being everyones
favorite litigation target..........the list goes on and
on. On top of this the growth rate in the auto
industry is fairly flat, while the computer market is
still growing at a nice rate.
Intel has one of
the lowest p/e ratios in the "tech" sector. It is
definately not over valued.
Good luck in your
Now is the perfect entry point in Audible ( ADBL
). Just 100,000 stock buyers and the stock will
No much down direction. They have a great business
model, good management and great business partners, this
is an excellent opportunity.
Check it out for
Maybe just maybe, some tech sellers will follow
CNN Financial's advise on 8/25/99. Comments: Susan
Lisovicz analyzes small retailers. DG, FDO, DLTR, NDN.
"Small time retails are the best positioned in the
market for various reasons. These are small dollar
stores, or cheap discount stores". "They are immune to
all economic downturns". "They offer consumables that
will always be needed like beverages, detergents, and
soap". "The biggest reason why they do so well is that
they do not invest in the Internet".
for the stock market to broaden out from Hi-Tech
towards companies like Ninety Nine Cents Only Stores
(NDN)! Any questions?
You got it right. Pick a price and put a GTC in
between 65-68. I personally bought some this morning. I
didn't blow my load,so just in case I can avg. down in
that range. I'm not saying I'm right,but there is *a
lot* of support in that range. If you haven't already
I would nibble in this range. Worst case
scenario,you have a great stock that will give you returns in
no time. JMHO.