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a new man is in town
by: valueman2000 1157 of 1159
I'm new to posting, but not new to this stock. I have owned shares for 3 years and I'm ready to speak out. I'm a value and growth man and Maxwell allows for both especially at current prices. If you do not understand the potential of this company and you are inpatient because the stock price is sputtering just get out now, you are not an investor. Your shares will find stronger and more knowledgable hands.

Here are some updates on what to expect in the next month.

1)Earnings are ho-hum like usual, they come in as expected. If they were better or worse they told me they would have made a pre-announcement.
2) A new analyst puts out a buy or strong buy recommendation after the earnings report.
3) We get a little more upbeat conference call since we have the ultracapacitor line fully functional now and many relationships hammered out in that area. I-Bus is growing nicely with great profitablity which keeps the heat off the other areas of the business until they are functioning on all pistons.
4) The large I-Bus contract will finally be announced with a gov't agency.
5) We will hear from Pall Corporations if high purity water for the semiconductor industry is taking off or not. Supposedly Texas Instuments is currently testing it. In Pall's recent financial statement comments they addressed the pickup in their filtration products in the semiconductor business. This could be a large contract with Pall if the chip yields increase substantially.
6) Lastly, and without any sources I believe we will hear some noise from the Utility Industry and Auto Industry in reference to the ultracapacitors for their respective uses.

I'll stay in touch until this stock is overvalued. We have a long, long, ways to go.

Posted: 9/8/1999 8:41 pm EDT as a reply to: Msg 1156 by justinwarrick
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