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  • playstock playstock Jun 21, 2006 10:23 PM Flag

    WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW!

    This Stock has been under valued so long its about time to see it at this level. $40-$55 is where it should be. Some people on this message board don't really know what Volt really does. There are employees like myself on this board that just laugh at most of your postings.

    Keep it going my 401K love's you!!!!

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    • This Stock has been under valued so long its about time to see it at this level. $40-$55 is where it should be. Some people on this message board don't really know what Volt really does. There are employees like myself on this board that just laugh at most of your postings.

      Keep it going my 401K love's you!!!!
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      I am glad you have this money in your 401k - I assume you won't be needing it for awhile - and that is a good thing...because it is very rare when ANY COMPANY - let alone a "mysterious" outsourcing / HR / IT and Telecommunications company. I can appreciate your "team spirit" but let's get back to reality for awhile....this thing will not last at 45-46 a share...I really don't think so.

      • 1 Reply to jojolicious007
      • That,s what everyone's been saying on this message board it can't happen. But the stock has gone up when the market is down. Again HR and IT is not the only thing Volt does. Moving 200K into Volt stock in January 2006 is not Team Spirit. VMC was music to my ears and I took a chance. Looks good so far. When I think the times right I'll pull it back. Right now I'm in for the ride!!!!!! Outsourcing is the future. Believe or Not.

 
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