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Subject: Re: What about the Akami Buyout? Date: 4/4/2000 6:49 PM
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5thbeatle - thanks for your response. Is anyone else out there involved in this situation. I tried to get into the initial AKAM offering but it shot up too fast. Since then it has skyrocketed altho closed tonight at 115 1/2 which isn't too bad to get into. Unfortunately, when it was way up there, I thought of buying into ITVU, obviously, and thereby obtaining some less expensive shares of AKAM. Well, again, obviously, am concerned about the drop of both stocks and wondering where it's all going to finish. Probably, most people would say buy fewer shares of AKAM and don't hope for a buyout to get in cheaper. Maybe this will be an expensive lesson for me - we'll see.
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