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Subject: Re: logistics Date: 4/28/1999 10:06 PM
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1: With Brian that makes four of us. Jomo? Anietie? Kai? Mike?

four is all i know about (what's up, b!). everyone else has the info, so hopefully they'll get on board in time.

2: $25/month at least due on the 1st of every month (we can go up from $25 to $75 and then back down to $50 - correct me if I'm wrong)

i think so, but since shawn is treasurer, he should reply b/c he'll need to keep track of it if it gets complex.

3: We buy out equally to maintain equal risk of someone leaving.

i feel buying out people, but with luck our stocks will rocket up and we won't be able to afford to buy peps out, what then? i don't want to have to liquidate good stocks to cover, but maybe we figure out how much $$ they get, then the remaining members get to choose which stocks, how much needs to be liquidated or who is willing/able to buy them out (maybe we'd all chip in)

4: We invest with consistent (possibly unequal) percentages from jump and stick with it. So if Jaasi invests $100 in a stock while Brian invests $50, they have to maintain that 2 to 1 ratio? THIS IS THE ONLY ISSUE DISCUSSED SO FAR WE REALLY NEED TO IRON OUT NOW

again, i wouldn't think so but shawn should answer. i'd like to be able to have a minimum (say $50 for me) then be able to invest more next month if i like the stock.
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