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Envoy Communications (USA (ECGI) Message Board

  • wowineta wowineta Mar 9, 2004 10:34 AM Flag

    BFUN's rise is irrational-ECGI has

    much better fundamentals. ECGI's rise will not be based on hype, but on growth, earnings, and profitability. BFUN's new deal will not show up in earnings for some time. It will cost to make the game and they had to pay for the rights. BFUN probably paid too much for the rights to Starsky and Hutch or a larger company would have gotten them,

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    • For the life of me I can't understand BFUN. Many companys better and trading less than. Thay must have some PR dept. or some great BS artist.

      PAPA

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      • It's the f****ing games .... so many of the "point and click" traders are still kids upstairs .... so game companies get them all excited ..... I've always hated BFUN for that very reason .... watched it climb to almost 4 bucks while other companies I owned ... much better companies just sat there and languished

        Does that sound a little emotional? .... LOLOL

      • Papa, also, Very much money the past few weeks have come out of large and medium cap stocks and is waiting to jump back in the small and micro cap stocks. Small/micro stocks are just now coming back in favor. We are experiencing a bull market correction. I very much feel that ECGI will soon have it's turn.

      • "For the life of me I can't understand BFUN. Many companys better and trading less than. Thay must have some PR dept. or some great BS artist.

        PAPA "


        EcGI needs a PR dept like them!!They should spend some of that money and get a GOOD PR dept!

 

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