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  • marlonbrandofan marlonbrandofan Jun 17, 2001 11:27 PM Flag

    Bettex - OT

    this is a great little stock to own. Enough on the handle formations already. What you have is a stock that is moving between 18 and 24 dollars, and a market that dragged it down. The future is bright for this company, and the truth is, its got a reasonable P/E, Growing revenues, A rosy short-term mid-term and long-term outlook (show me some other stocks that have that!) and cash for future expansion.

    I especially like the poster who is going long at 19, and selling short if it breaks 15-16. Theres an excellent way to lose money fast.

    My opinion is that ta is just like other forms of stock-picking, sometimes it works, sometimes it doesnt. I like the way tkci is trading, so im back in as of 19 after selling at 24. Will increase my position every dollar it drops. Will sell my position if it rebounds in the near term to 23. All my own Humble opinion, but for those of you wise ones, buying and just holding this stock is probably a safe bet to make you some money.

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    • I like this stock and the growth potential of this company. But it will be awhile before I go long again as it needs to digest the gains of the past 6 months. TKCI is trading in a normal healthy manner. I plan to be a buyer when its ready again. I think it has a real possiblity to exceed the previuos high of 26, but this may not happen for another few months. I would not short it either as I expect it to trade in a tight range over the next few weeks. Good luck longs see yas later......

 

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