Does that imply that no US,
Canadian, European, or Asian financial institution would
touch it with a 10-foot pole??
Scraping the bottom of the barrel???? Grasping at
And don't tell me otherwise. I lived in the Middle
East for 22 years as a financial
And, by the way, this ain't the STRE message board. Go
hype somewhere else!
You appear to be presuming that there is some
desire by the individuals who post here to shine your
shoes. I can assure you that your ego and misplaced
anger would ensure that even the most desperate street
shoe-shiner would tell you to take your business elsewhere,
for, you see, even while your shoes are being shined
the guy doing the work would like to have a
reasonable conversation. I also suspect that the guy shining
the shoes has made more money in his enterprise that
you have in the stock market.
One final point:
I agree that none of us could come close to your
intelligence; before we can compare intelligence on the chart,
we need to be able to register yours. I don't
believe the Stanford charts start so low.
rest of you, Good Luck and thank you for the far more
you were in graduate school this spring-was it
Penn, Penn State, oh no it was Slippery Rock. I know
making up work in summer school can be exasperating, and
I know it has fully absorbed your attention, since
the post you got off on was over a month old. I see
all that hard work and hobnobbing with all those
Phd's, has left you primed to let the high schoolers on
this board know what a privilege its been to have had
the benefit of your newly acquired expertise. Wasn't
that long ago that you were forecasting TSRI's descent
into the bulletin board pink sheets, so what's the
fresh from academica prediction for now, sonny boy?
As if its any of your business, read post #1835.
This jerk couldn't even shine my shoes (and neither
I'm sick of the idiots that post here,
you can include yourself among them. How dare any of
you question me. None of you could even come close to
my intelligence, so don't even
Raymond J. Norris
I didn't see any message from Stan
in recent postings, so I am not sure where this most
recent tirade is coming from, unless someone is trying
to stir up the nonsense from a couple of months ago
again. I hope not, as the postings recently have been
far more intelligent that some of those in the past.
You're the stupidest poster on this thread.
You're a "rank idiot"
How dare you question my
intelligence. You couldn't possibly know what I know. There's
not one person on this board who's intellect can
match mine and I've proved it over and over and over
again. None of you will ever be able to match my superb
intellect, so stop trying.
Raymond J. Norris
Sold half of my TSRI last week to lock in some
profits. Hope I regret it I think.
From TSRI's website.....
INITIATIVES. So far this year we increased Sales Force by 40%
and Technical Recruiters by
Have been keeping track of TSRI's job
3/26 = 141 openings
4/8 = 155 openings
4/28 = 171 openings
5/5 = 185
5/7 = 168 openings
5/11 = 160 openings
5/25 = 154 openings
6/2 = 159
6/4 = 164 openings
Just checked and found 155 today of which 114 have
been listed in the last seven days.
wonder who bought 800,000 shares last April
I�ve seen well over a 200% return since I signed
up last June. By far one of my best investments. I
loved the free trial newsletter so I subbed in for a
It�s pretty amazing for $49.99.
get me wrong�I�m not trying to sell it to �ya, I�m
just saying it�s worth a peek.
Here�s some excerpts from recent newsletters:
Thursday we saw the Techs basically sell off later in the
day as traders didn't want to hold them going into
the morning. Unless that employment report comes in
so favorable that they dismiss the Rivlin
resignation, I don't expect to see much activity here. If for
some reason the NASDAQ does move higher on the day, I
would be watching CMVT, BRCM, GMST, SDLI, NEON, NTAP,
and SONE. After them I think MUSE has more room, We
like LGTO, ADTN is holding up well, and BWT (who we
featured in Sundays "Some thoughts" section) has a lot of
room to grow. (ps..
keep your eye on ORCL, we said
two weeks ago that they would probably start heading
up and they are indeed trying to
Short-term picks have averaged a 25% return in 10 trading
days. Long term averaged 65% for the year.
NSOL, CNET, and CMGI on 3/8/99
(+40), (+40), and (+47 1/2) respectively. Not to mention
EPAY on 3/15/99(+21 57/64).
>>Raymond is derived by spelling omar
add a y, n and d and you have
Marv Albert is derived by spelling Faclark backwards:
Drop the k, l, c, f, add an m, v, b, e, t, and you
Wow, that's some nice detective work
there Sherlock. Did you figure that one out all by
Raymond J. Norris