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I find the current price too good to be true. So it probably is. I think that the potential liabilities (asbestos, terbium, etc.) may be larger than what they are being played to be. Only other item I can think of is that big investors are dumping because they have no faith in 6 Sigma to create long-term value. This could cause a significant down turn in earnings for 2001. I usually figure that a stock that keeps diving with relatively neutral news has problems that are not too obvious? the only other possibility is that some fund manager will get booted soon because he (or she) keeps dumping even when the price is ridiculously low.

I will wait a few days to see if some support develops or other news breaks to explain why it is so cheap. Then I might consider a small purchase ? of course if it turns out to be a steal, then I will probably be too late ? again.
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