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  • richa58 richa58 Oct 2, 1999 10:39 AM Flag

    Support their own stock

     

    If the insiders would get out and buy their own
    company's stock it would help put confidence in the
    company. It would be a great psychological boost to see
    that they have a high value in their own labor and the
    company - - that they bought the subsequent results of
    this labor and its positive effect on the company.

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    • As usual, your reasoning makes good sense. I
      agree with everything you said.

      I believe that
      this (honest) management depressed the the stock price
      through at least the first quarter and possibly even the
      second quarter of next year. So I don't look for any
      real movement until next summer. Some of our fellow
      investors just don't want to wait that long.

    • They bought 600 and pulled the rest of their bid.

      RLW

    • This morning INCA is bidding for ANLT! They've posted a bid for 1000 shares at 15 3/8. How about that!?

      RLW

    • The Quicken site appears to be a bit more current
      than the Yahoo site with regards to insider
      selling:

      http://www.quicken.com/investments/insider/?symbol=ANLT

      I notice that on 9/30/99 the Epner Family LP filed
      its intention to sell 41,258 shares and Cartotech's
      401K filed to sell 5,793 shares of ANLT. I don't
      immediately recognize the Epner family name, but this may
      explain the selling pressure on Friday.

      RLW

    • The Quicken site has developed nicely. It is much
      better than I remember. I particularly liked looking at
      the various charts on a quarterly basis. They support
      my opinions of ANLT.

      I've thought about the
      price decline of ANLT a great deal. It hasn't helped...
      I still think the stock is greatly undervalued. I
      think there has been some manipulation and some honest
      bailing out by interested investors who just couldn't
      handle the price drop. Unfortunately, some of them
      exacerbated the price decline.

      I believe that sooner
      rather than later, the stock will begin to recover.


      I like the Intrinsic calculator Quicken offers. The
      logic of the model is solid. I don't think anyone is
      projecting slower than 15% growth for ANLT over the coming
      years. Discounting the net income streams at 15% seems
      reasonable. This generates a value of about $36 in the model.
      The number is higher if 1999's fiscal year end
      earnings are input into the model.

      I believe that
      the recent sales will benefit the company. The
      Cartotech sale offers excellent cost control for the
      company. The sale of the engineering company streamlines
      the company and allows management to focus better.
      These are both good things. The engineering company
      wasn't going to add growth at the same rate as the GIS
      business. As a result of these sales, growth will be
      enhanced and margins will improve.

      I wish you all a
      good week.

      RLW

    • All of you should take a look at the evaluations
      and comparisons of ANLT at this web
      site:

      http://www.quicken.com/investments/stkeval/?symbol=anlt

      It provides six evaluation areas and compares ANLT
      to its industry. The areas are: growth, financial
      health, management performance, market multiples,
      intrinsic value, and a summary that covers various
      time-periods.

      If you check this out, you will see that
      ANLT is an absolutely superb investment. None better,
      IMHO.

    • the management owns 40% of the company.

 
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