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The Manitowoc Company, Inc. Message Board

  • chatmo chatmo Jan 4, 2002 2:15 PM Flag

    how high???

    being new to investing and new to this stock,at what price will this stock split? i don't really understand how to read the charts to figure it out. thanks

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    • As far as your other points, Burgersboat, the one that gives me some pause is the lack of buying by current management insiders. I would certainly be reassured if I saw these guys "putting some money where their mouth is".

    • Hey GREAT I just found 2 more people to buy my shares !!!

      Oh by the way how about the rest og my post guys ???

      I see your "Chat Room" names,, When I go to the Stock holders meeting, which sides of Terry are you sitting on so I can talk to you directly ??

    • Well the stock will start rising,,I'm starting to sell off my shares!!! It usually happens to all my stock when I start selling them. WATCH & SEE. I'll let you know in advance when I'm finished

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      • I'm surprised, Burger. MTW is doing well. Major new marine contracts for Coast Guard vessels and ferries; continuing crane orders despite downturn in major construction; and...well...everyone needs ice!!!!

        Seriously, though Burger, if I recall correctly without doing a lot of investigation, I thought you have historically been an MTW loyalist. Am I wrong? If not, why the change of heart? I'm in for the long haul, but I also recognize that these Yahoo! boards don't effect squat! Given your analysis of your track-record, apparently you would agree!! lol...

        Please let me know why you are selling off? Is it just because the stock is doing well and you want to take some profits?

    • It historically splits in the $44 range. It is generally a 3 for 2 split. We saw several of these in a relatively short time a couple of years ago, but none since. Hopefully, we will return to the steady modest growth we had in the 90's.

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