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Subject: Actual stock? Date: 12/25/2000 11:38 PM
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Greetings!

I have a simple question to all you true fools out there. (seeing that I am slowly reading through the book... almost as slowly as Algebra)

1) Over a 3 year time period, this company's overall momentum is DOWN. (did they split several times?)

2) E-trade experts rate KDN as this week's favorite stock. (and when you attempt to do a quick quote... the message comes back.... info not available)
[I am starting to lose faith in E-trade]

3) They still appear to be hung up in litigation? (the outcome may be a killer)


My question is...

Which rule(s) cover it to make KDN a BUY situation?
(My gut reaction is to run like mad.)




Thanks Bunch!

John.
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