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According to feedback, via our weekly email, it appears that some feel upping the top dollar amount allowed for our Rollers may be in order. As you know we try to post Rolling Stocks that fall between the $5.00 and $25.00 range. RollingStock100 is seriously considering going along with this idea. The reasoning behind the $5.00 to $25.00 range is that anything under $5.00, is in general, too risky to tamper with. Stocks over $25.00 are simply too expensive to allow the average person the opportunity to buy enough shares of them to drum up a profit. Can you afford to buy one hundred or one thousand shares of a $90.00 stock?
There's no doubt that many, many fantastic Rollers exist out there whose prices' hang above the poor Trader's range of $25.00. (allow me to briefly play the Devil's advocate here) One must keep in mind that the "Poor Trader" is most likely the "Average Trader" as well. So, this brings to surface the question "what can the average run-of-the-mill Trader afford?" What do you think? Can you afford to buy enough shares of any given stock over the price per share range of $25.00? Maybe you can...maybe you can't, but then again if you're reading this email it's probable that you're the type of person who can easily make such decisions on your own, without any RollingStock100/LLH input whatsoever. It's a given that you can add, balance your account, etc.
Bottom line - as of next week, start looking for higher priced stocks on our coveted List of Rollers. If RollingStock100 gets a negative response to this change...no problem, we can always go back to "the way it was." Note that a few more dead Rollers have been reported as curbed in this update, but never fear, for next week we should more than make up for it.
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The List of Rollers isn't going to change much or very quickly for that matter. Here's what's going to happen...Week by week as new stocks come in, old, less productive ones will be sorted out. What will this do...why it'll steadily increase the number of truly great Rollers on our List of 100?! Think about it. By allowing stocks of a higher price range to infiltrate the ranks, we automatically open the doors, many times over, to more Rollers than we've ever considered before!
It must be clearly stated however, that when it comes to eliminating a stock where all is equal, but the price...that the lower priced stock will be the one that is kept. Look for some positive changes starting next week; And, with that thought start sending in the higher priced Rollers along with the under $25.00 ones. Together we'll build our arsenal of Rolling Stocks to even greater heights than we've seen in the past.
Thirteen Rolling Stocks were pulled from the List this week. Most of them were sent to the cornfield due to the fact that they just ceased to Roll. Three were added, they are listed below, as are the deleted stocks.
HEB: reported a net loss (including non cash stock compensation expense) of $1,972,056 or $.07 per share for the three months ending March 31, 2000 versus a net loss of $2,900,053 or $.11 per share. View complete article at: http://www.stockselector.com/newsarticle.asp?symbol=HEB&article;=21620360
Here's an email you may by interested in from our man in options, John:
Hello! You have been invited by john, a Driveway member, to view the files in the folder 'Shared': Welcome to the Shared file folder for Options 101. Select the versions for your Excel program. Thanks, John
You can access the files on Driveway at this web address: http://www.driveway.com/share?sid=3457a3f0.56546&name;=Shared You must supply this password: Opt101
I don't know if you'll like what you find at the above URL or not...let me know.
On an entirely different subject:
Anyone reading this email is considered a friend of mine. Therefore I must tell my friends when something exceptional is stumbled upon. Over the last week the Palm III personal organizer was brought to my attention. After seeing what a terrific organizer it is, I decided to get one. They cost about $250. and after searching through the local retailers discovered that most were sold out. Actually I was hot to trot over the $400.
Palm Vx version, but couldn’t find any in stock. To cut to the chase, I ended up buying a Handspring organizer. Handspring is a spin off company, fathered by one of the founders of the Palm family of organizers. I wholeheartedly “suggest” “recommend” “advise” “urge,” etc, etc, you to go out and throw $250. on one counter top of one of your local retailers. It’s well worth it. Aside from containing 8 mb’s of space, it’s extremely user friendly, and with the push of one button is terribly easy to exchange/store information with your home computer as well. This isn’t a commercial, just a personal note. Enjoy!!
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I know what your thinking... What idiot?! Would have seven different message boards for their web site and post the identical information on each!? Well the answer is simple...LLH that's who :-0) If you've read this far you're probably expecting to stumble upon my reasoning for this about now? So here it is: each of my message boards are located in popular "communities" catering primarily to the financially minded web surfer. When one of these investing voyagers of the net drift onto one of the RollingStock100 message boards, the inclination is to click over and check out the web site that's sponsoring it...namely this one, RollingStock100.com! It's just a method of attracting future members by giving them a trail of bread crumbs to follow.
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