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Subject: Re: Greetings, Fool! Date: 4/7/2000 11:44 AM
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I do work for UICI or I should say I'm an independent contractor for one of their insurance divisions in a management position. A lot of good things have happen with this company in the past. Ron Jenson has kind of stepped aside for Greg Mutz who is now in charge. However you better believe Ron is still mainly in charge. After their first dip in price which brought the stock from around 24 down to 11, it shot right back up. But now because of the second dip it will take longer to go back up. Wall Street isn't so eager to forgive them this time.

Bottom line the stock is way under valued at 6-10/share. It will go up... just don't know how long. I enjoy it at this low price since I get way more shares going into my stock program for the dollar!

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