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Subject: Re: Don't get me wrong Date: 7/17/2000 11:09 AM
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Meateater: "My advice is that you make decisions based on your own evaluation of the facts. "

I couldn't agree more. I have learned that lesson the hard way by doubting my own conclusions that were based on solid data. I believed that GOTO was way undervalued and should be trading much higher. I didn't believe in myself and put my money elsewhere; last week it finally broke out and climbed about 80%. I was also puzzled about the price of TLAB (due to a sector comparative analysis) seemed quite low. Again, I put my money elsewhere and finally jumped in on the last 6% of a 20% run; better late than never. I primarily invest in companies for long-term growth but I do mingle a bit in the short term successes of market dynamics. It's exciting but I agree that it's probably not the wisest way to do business. Still learning...thank you for your post!
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