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Author: dedic Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 129  
Subject: Dollar Cost Averaging Date: 12/7/1999 5:27 PM
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I have quite a bit more in this company now than I care to, yet, it seems that it couldn't get any lower (I thought the same thing when I bought more at $16 a share). I've read the last 15-20 posts and this didn't really help me resolve my dilemma. What do you all think - will buying a few more shares now just pour more money down a sinkhole. I have read about many companies buying the EAI software in the Ames paper, however, the company obviously has had credibility problems lately. Since they have cleaned house in the management team, are we going to see some improvement?
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