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Subject: Re: 60% drop? Where is everyone? Date: 6/25/1999 4:18 PM
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I bought in at 6 47/64 (weird number) for different reasons.

NASCAR is booming. And its cable contract is apparently about to expire, allowing the major networks to start bidding. I've been told (this is an unsubstantiated rumor) that the networks are hoping to start a weekly race broadcast similar in style to Monday Night Football. Something like the Wednesday Night Race. Sounds like more great exposure to me!

All speculation aside, I wanted some exposure to NASCAR-related companies. So I started tracking RACN. I had no idea it was about to fall 60%. But when it did, I jumped. If this sport keeps booming like it does, NASCAR collectibles may end up on a similar footing as hockey or basketball cards/memorabilia.

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