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Subject: Re: Foolish Investment or fool's money? Date: 4/30/2005 5:27 PM
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Dave,

I opened a position Friday at $8.87 with 1/2 of the money (I wanted to commit money below $9.50, and am glad I held off until now). I think the earnings will be better than expected given the recent press releases of orders and announced stock repurchase plan. I also expect a bit more clarity regarding the earnings outlook for 2005 - 2006. Diversifying your revenue stream is almost ALWAYS good for a company, and I think the bad news is already priced into the stock.

Foolish Financial Freedom for ALL,

Deb

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