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Subject: Due Dillegence Before Buying Date: 11/11/2000 4:15 PM
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Hi Tony,

You are very knowledgeable and I really enjoy your wit and your recommendations !

Help Me Please ..
Any suggestions on how I can perform due diligence and thus thoroughly check out a company before I purchase some corporate bonds.. I like the security of AAA bonds and INCOME but how can I really be sure that t I have done all of the right things ?? and not tied up $100,000. or so in a risky adventure. I have read that Moodys and S&P have on occasions down graded some AAA bonds. I want to enjoy he income corp AAA's can bring me and NOT worry about soundness etc.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks !!!

CNC has a ton of bank debt and numerous contingent liabilities ahead that debt. A safer bet is Homeland Stores with a 10% coupon due August 2003 giving a YTM of 21%. EBITA is 2.9X and the assets are enough to cover the principal.

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