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Author: sonar69 Three stars, 500 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 36693  
Subject: Re: CREE Date: 10/2/2001 3:06 PM
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looking at todays moneyflow, somebody was selling earlier in large blocks. That could be an institution dumping or it could be insiders dumping (old insider sales seem to have been in the 20-22 dollar range though) or just a shareholder with a lot of shares jumping out. Whatever the reason, when large blocks are sold it makes me leary.

Thank you Calabogie. I didnt buy CREE today. It is holding up well at $14.00 though...even with the NAZ going down.

May I ask where and how you check money flow? And, what do you consider a big block? Is it relative to the stock volume? For example, 2000 shares may be a big block for CREE but not for MSFT?
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