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Author: shashmishra One star, 50 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 20179  
Subject: EENC Date: 7/8/2003 1:05 PM
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Hi folks,

I'm new to the Rule Breaker board.

I recently invested in a small Canadian oil company about 10 days ago called Enterra Energy Corp [ EENC ]. It seemed to score very well on the motley fool stock screen on quicken.com.

At the time it had a high relative strength, good earnings and revenue, high insider ownership ( >16%) and extremely low institutional ownership. In addition, it was cash flow positive. It recently entered the Nasdaq and Toronto stock exchanges. Yesterday, it came on the IBD radar as the #6 best growth stock out of 100 ( this was from nowhere ). Over the past 7 business days the stock has risen about 30% from $14 to $18 ; trading volume has been more than 3 times average.

The only way in which this company does not fit in into the rule breaker model is that it is not a 'first mover' in a new emerging industry.

Would be grateful about your thoughts on this one.

Shash
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