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On Thursday the Dow closed at 499.19! That's the highest increase on record, and the NASDAQ didn't do too bad either. You will find in this week’s email, located in the lower portion of this update, that Mary S. made a tremendous contribution to all of us, by sending in a large swarm of Rolling Stock symbols. That, my fellow Traders, is our lifeblood. So, a special thanks goes out to Mary this week! One of the symbols, BTOC, that Mary offered up was accepted by Jeff for placement on the List, but when running the charts I found that E*Trade doesn’t carry it in their data base, therefore it was dropped from the List. Take a look at it through own resources and do with it as you please.
Note worthy Ups & Downs…
Run the charts on these stocks, from our List, and you’ll see some radical, recent price movements:
The Ups: ABF, ACF, BMHC, EGRP, FSR, KRB, RMTR, SPLS, SUIT, TDFX, WWW, YELL
The Downs: AKLM, ASPE, BFLY, PPOD, VION
Do run all the charts of our stocks, these just seemed to standout a bit more. No doubt there are others that will interest you more.
DCTI and VION look like candidates for hosting an upward ride this week. Let’s keep these two in mind and try to comment on them next week…may prove interesting. ZONA?
Selected as the BEST of the List…
Special note on QHGI, not only is it new to our List, but is marked as one of the BEST Rollers on the List as well. SPLS, though not a newly added stock, was pinned with the coveted BEST title on Sunday. It was a small, but prestigious ceremony.
Endless chatter from your host…
It never fails to amaze me how many truly dedicated members there are in the RollingStock100. Not necessarily sending in a basket full of Rollers is the only way to help out the group. Anyone who writes in asking a question pertaining to Rolling Stocks or Trading in general is also contributing to the masses. The reason is because a question not asked, is a question not answered, and answers given are given to all reader of this letter, thus benefiting all. So don’t be ashamed that you don’t know it all, because none of us do.
I am the first to admit that I certainly don’t know everything about Rolling Stocks or Trading. If I did you would be reading popular books by LLH instead of Wade Cook and the richest man in America would be LLH not Bill Gates. Probably one of the greatest downfalls of a Trader is when they stop listening and learning from others. Remember…no one knows it all and no one ever will, but everyone can learn from everyone else through their triumphs and their failures. I for one prefer to learn from everyone rather than no one.
This weeks news tidbits…
RMTR: Ramtron Reports Fourth-Quarter and Year-End Results; Year-Over-Year Revenue Up 34% to $24.9 Million. View complete article at: http://www.stockselector.com/newsarticle.asp?symbol=RMTR&article;=31616020
CBUK: Cutter & Buck reports 37% net sales growth in third quarter to $31.8 million; profits increase 41% to $.13 per diluted share. View complete article at: http://www.stockselector.com/newsarticle.asp?symbol=CBUK&article;=41610500
MXTR: Maxtor(R) Corporation First Quarter 2000 Results To Be Significantly Better Than Previously Expected Company Expects to Report Profitable First Fiscal 2000 Quarter. View complete article at: http://www.stockselector.com/newsarticle.asp?symbol=MXTR&article;=41902250
MXTR: Robertson Stephens Upgrades MXTR to a Buy Rating. View complete article at: http://www.stockselector.com/newsarticle.asp?symbol=MXTR&article;=51124570
PPOD: Peapod stumbles after financing fails. View complete article at: http://www.stockselector.com/newsarticle.asp?symbol=PPOD&article;=51457520
PPOD: Analyst Thinks Peapod Will Survive. View complete article at: http://www.stockselector.com/newsarticle.asp?symbol=USB&article;=51542350
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