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Subject: Dow Approach Date: 11/4/2000 3:05 AM
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Just a question

The Dow Approach suggests you buy the stocks
with the highest dividend yields and lowest
price. It also suggests that a year later
you drop those with lower dividend yields and
pick up newer stocks with higher dividend
yields. My question. Would it be better to
buy these four stocks now or wait until the end
of the year Dec 2000 or better at January 2001
or even better to wait until end of fiscal
year July 2001. When is the best time
to start this process??

jmayfield@nwwin.com
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