Indeed LGTO got "ahead of itself", but some
techinical damage has ocuured with the MASSIVE VOLUME on the
recent sell off. I did NOT anticipate that kind of sell
off..howver,IMHO, we should see a recovery to 70 within a month and
a move to new highs within two to four months.
nt guy to me, so I don't have any doubt that I
missed a point somewhere along the line. I read and type
very quickly here and often don't think all that much
about what I'm saying cuz "time's a wastin'" in the
land of reality.
My comment about these
"recognized experts" (if you are even reading this far, and I
hope you are) is--don't believe everything you read.
Case in point: All the activity in the Chicago Board
of Trade is driven by technical analysis, market
timing and news. These guys and gals live and die by
being right with this stuff. The ones that don't have a
good track record (ie: are bad timers) slowly leave to
pursue other professions. The ones with great track
records, on the other hand, can and do make BILLIONS. To
survive, they MAKE timing work.
You have such an
elegant writing style that I'm not surprised that some of
the stuff on these boards gets on your nerves. Sorry
that some of my posts probably come off that way too.
One does what one can with the time that one
LGTO is only going to accelerate growth through
There is something fishy going on at
B. when they are spinning
such a positive
technology advantage into a negative thing.
It is not
like Networker is going away! SAN stuff is
Sounds like they just
wanted to sound like they had the inside
they blathered about something they had no clue
"Is there reason to think Y2K will
affect their business as IBM claims? If there is a
slowdown in mainframes how will that affect
LGTO supports Unix & NT. Not mainframes. Mainframe
may help LGTO because more business would migrate to
NT where LGTO is strong.
Thanks for the compliment, backhanded though it
I'm starting to wonder if some people on this board
need to take a reading-comprehension test. Messages
with substance get distorted into irrelevant drivel;
meaningless silliness gets exalted as being the
What I'm scratching my head about is this: What I keep
hearing from the advocates of market timing is, "What
works for a person is what's okay." That's
theoretically wonderful. What I have provided--unlike anyone
else is this now-desultory debate--is documentation
from the investing world's best minds, which have
concluded that market timing doesn't work. I have not
really said that it doesn't work; what I have said is
that these recognized experts have declared that it
doesn't work. No one seems able to comprehend this
And the response, from unknowns making
unsubstantiated claims on a portal site: "Well, it's worked for
me, and it works if you know what you're
Isn't such a statement, in the face of these studies,
and when juxtaposed with the opinions of these true
investing experts, just a little bit
As for my getting "intense" over this issue (I am
amazed that you seem to be feel that only I felt this
way), I was doing nothing more than trying to carry on
an intelligent debate that tried to stick to the
issue. You can call that being "intense" or whatever
else you like. Accuracy in the argument and fidelity
to the issue had to come from somewhere, and they
sure as hell weren't being offered by anybody
Last, I feel that I am already "fine," so no "slack"
needs to be cut for me.
Bloomberg finishes with:
to selling SAN products could slow
in coming quarters, analysts said.
to be successful in the SAN market
is critical in
maintaining growth rate of 50% plus,'
So is selling SAN good or bad ? Sounds like
is giving (other) airheads a bad name ...