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This bulletin was published on Sunday,
Dec 17, 00 just for you.

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16 new Rollers have been added to the List this week. Most are on the high dollar side, but as you read through the email sent in my some of our veteran members you’ll see that they are worth looking into. A lot of the recommended stocks were not put on the List largely because they were rising, rising, rising, not Rolling, Rolling, Rolling, which is what RollingStock100 is all about. So I whole-heartedly encourage you to research the ones that didn’t make the List, as some may still be quite the little moneymakers though not necessarily the ideal Roller.

As an example of our new Rollers, run a chart of 3 and 6 months on OXY, MXTR, and QLGC. You’ll be pleased with what you see.

The following are not Rolling Stocks; just something stumbled upon while looking through various message boards. These have been reportedly "Bottoming" and were hitting closing highs over the past week or two: AAI*, ALLY, BDG--A, BEV, DMN, ISKO, KCS, LACI, MEGO, MTSI, OHB*, RRC, RWT, SWM, TMI, UTMD. Do your own due diligence. Also, here’s one that may triple by the end of January, according the message boards, TGAL. Drop a line letting me know what it looks like to you.

Hopefully you read all of the last Weekly Update and took advantage of the free grand prize entry, via email. Considering that the drawing was only open to 600 + Traders, which you are one of, the odds of winning were tremendous! The winning name for the $10,000 was selected and will be published after the lucky winner has been notified.


Okay so the above drawing never existed. That’s right…there wasn’t a drawing. This little spoof was written to get you thinking about what you could be missing if you aren’t reading all of your Weekly Update information. There aren’t any $10,000 drawings on the RS100, but there is a fortune’s worth of information!

Have you surfed through the forum lately? There’s new thread and it’s just aching for information about successful trades that have been made from stocks that were found on the List of 100. Add your good and bad experiences to the discussion. One of our very serious Traders, JHBODTKEJR, had the great idea to start it up. The idea is to learn from each other’s input so the good moves can be repeated and bad ones avoided. If used right this thread could be the most useful item on the whole site! It’s new and unused, so get in there and be a leader!! Of course there are 8 RS100 forums (we’ve been through this before, please, lets not go there) and the one that’s being referred to is the original at http://www.delphi.com/rollingstock100/messages?msg=433.1

Have you been to a site called http://www.Freetradez.com ? Sounds good, with free stock trades, and soon free stock options as well. It has 24/7 telephone, takes checks, nifty trade station, and free streaming quotes and Level II quotes too boot (well soon anyway.) Check this site out and send some feedback acknowledging what you think.

A few details about getting the most out of the RollingStock100…

About a dozen new, mostly research, sites have been added to the Related-Sites web page. You can view them at http://rollingstock100.com/Linked_to_Stocks1.html#Research .

There’s a new Archive’s page for past Weekly Bulletins. What’s the difference between a Weekly Bulletin and a Weekly Update? Well…the Update encompasses all the information that can be put out at one time; i.e., email from members, the List of 100 Rolling Stocks, and the comments made by me, the Wanabe Day Trader. The Bulletins consist only of my comments.

So - if “my comments” interest you go to http://rollingstock100.com/Weekly_Bulletin_Archives.html and you’ll find the links to 86 past Weekly and Daily Bulletins running back to June of 99’. The Archive grows weekly. That brings to mind, in case you didn’t know, that there is an extensive archive of members email as well. The email archives can be found at http://rollingstock100.com/Archives.html#Links and runs all the way back to November of 98’, month by month.

If you are really into picking through the massive wealth of information that the RS100 has to offer, the four best links are, including the two archive links mentioned above, The Classroom at http://rollingstock100.com/The_Classroom1.html and the On-site Search Engine located at the top of every RS100 page within the logo’s green background.

Use your this holiday season’s time from work intelligently; spend it with you family and friends, not your computer.
If you'd like to view the past Weekly Bulletins, there are a variety of places to go. Take you're pick! You'll find they're easily accessible for your viewing at Delphi Forums, RS100's Premium Board, Yahoo! Clubs, MSN Clubs, The Motley Fool, Lycos Clubs, and The Raging Bull.

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.

The Weekly Bulletin is emailed out as part of the Weekly Update. If you're under the impression that receiving a regular, free dosage of our seemingly endless babble, along with an updated list of our 100 Rollers and questions from other members would be a good thing...click the "SUBSCRIBE" link at either the top or bottom of this page.

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