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Subject: I'm 45 and plan on ER in 2-3 years Date: 1/29/2001 5:45 PM
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Hi guys,

I'm 45 with a wife and two boys (12 and 16). I'm thinking of ER in the next 2-3 years, maybe sooner, depending upon some changes in my company ownership. I plan on spending a lot more time managing my investments, learning more about technical analysis, mechanical investing, and CANSLIM investing. I've played around with all three. My primary investment mode right now is LTBH with what I consider High Tech Rule Breaker stocks.

I have a portfolio of high tech stocks that I picked out and invested in on Dec 21st, 2000. I consider them my High Tech picks for 2001. If you are interested, I'll give you a link to see my picks. My goal is 100% appreciation in 2001. Tough goal, but you gotta shoot for something.

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