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Subject: Re: Big Picture Date: 3/23/2000 3:33 PM
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I have to agree with you on your point of a "multi-million" dollar contract relative to CDT's total sales. That particular contract shouldn't be anything to get REAL excited about.

But I just read an article from NYSE that P. Olson is planning on intensifying the companies focus on Fiber Optics (FO)products used in a wide variety of communication applications. The article mentioned $100M investment. Still not enormous by large Cap standards, but not an off the decision either.

I believe this is a fundemental decision by P. Olson. In 2 to 5 years the internet and generally the way we communcate will be very different. And I think wireless and FO are going to be key contributors to this.

So I'm hoping that CDT will start to focus more heavily on these two methods of communication. I also hope that CDT's value will be recognized by the street and their analysts.

I will sell on a high from my purchase of $27 if it rides a boring average of $25 to $35 over 18 to 24 months. But I would really like to see CDT break out from these historical prices. $50 to $60 would be real nice.

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