I feel for you. With no news being generated by the Company, and a bottomed-out stock price, all I can say is that at least we are getting a good dividend yield. I may be stupid, and I don't send in much, but I still make my monthly OCP (no fees at least) in the hopes the stock rebounds. At least my average cost is in the mid teens.I thought that the stock would be about $24 by the end of last year, and it was. Ah, I saw good things coming in 1999, the company was coming around and then, seemingly for no reason, the bottom of the bucket fell out. Now, all I hope for is the stock to climb back to around $15 - $16 by the end of this year, and hope for the best in 2000.Not giving up was referring to this board. <smile>Oh, I don't think its all that bad ... many "unknown" companies got smacked down this year in the rush to sell and buy into/get rich in technology stocks.Personally I see the drive down as an opportunity to increase holdings.I don't see ABP going anywhere, businesses will always need envelopes and labels, the post office uses LOTS of priority/express mail envelopes (you did know they supply them for the USPS didn't you?), and the resturant business will always need those little salt/pepper/sugar packets.
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