I'm now back to just about even after 2 years. I have heard nothing to justify the bounce and I am frankly thinking about getting out. EPS will be about 52 cents for 2000 and even if earnings grow 25% from here on out. The stock price seems fully valued. Given the downside potential as the general slowdown spreads to firms like Keane and I don't see anyway Keane gets much north of $20. Keane reports next month and they usually give an upbeat assessment even if it is not justified or convincing. Perhaps the Jan. effect plus a reporting bounce is the cause?My 2 cents.
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