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Author: onionrings One star, 50 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 361  
Subject: dog for technical analysis Date: 10/25/2002 11:01 PM
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The KEM board has been quiet for a long time. I have it on my watch list but have never posted here. If you're into technical analysis this is a real dog! But if you're a Foolish investor it seems that KEM is looking real attractive these days.

I don't know anything about capacitors except that they need them on circuit boards and the more technology progresses the more capacitor each board needs. I understand that as processor speeds double capacitor requirements quadruple. Can anyone here confirm or deny this assertion?

In addition KEM isn't only tied to PCs but also cell phones which gives a little diversity. In fact anything with a circuit board uses capacitors.

KEM is in a nice financial position relative to the rest of the tech crowd. Come to think of it KEM is in a nice financial position relative to most stocks on Wall St. inspite of the tech downturn.

With low debt and $2.50 per share in cash it seems like the Foolish time to stock up on Kemet stock and patiently wait for the technology recovery.

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