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  • BumbleB572 BumbleB572 Oct 17, 2000 2:11 PM Flag

    great buy

    This stock is looking like a great buy; however,
    it may go lower and will be watching for that.
    People this is the best time to get into solid companies
    at these prices. If news is good you will not get
    these type of prices. Always buy near a bottom, not the
    middle or a high no matter what the hell these so called
    analysts say. The one problem people lack is patience
    everyone wants that quick fix. My opinion is to buy TXN in
    the 30's maybe even 20's if it falls even lower and
    wait 6-10 months with this stock and you will be glad
    you did so. The shorts destroy the market and thats
    what they are doing right now. Look at Teradyne it
    reports good earnings and yet it gets killed today. Just
    Make sure you diversify in the sectors and try to find
    solid companies in these sectors that are beat up. Some
    good buys right now are LU,GT,HD,NOK,AOL. Thats a nice
    balance for a portfolio you might even want to look for a
    biotech but the problem with that is they are doing
    pretty well so is the Energy sector,so that might be
    gamble because what goes up must come down. Well good
    luck to all TXN investors and be patient and you will
    be gald you were. PS- I do not think there was too
    much selling of TXN by insiders this year if I
    remember right but you can check it out
    www.insiderscores.com..

    later..

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