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Author: Korny Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 47  
Subject: my thoughts on edfy/Sone Date: 5/20/1999 11:35 AM
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To be honest I still think SONE is another overvalued BS internet stock. EDFY had a strong record of growing a customer base with innovative products. I sold my edfy after the announcement because I think they were given a raw deal. They should have been valued at $30 a share. I made a healty profit in 6 weeks and feel all right.

I'm a big fan of the internet commerce area but I refuse to buy into a stock that is all hype and no revenue. I used to work for ckfr so I feel I have a pretty good grasp of the commerce market dynamics. I believe that S1 will be a major player with the combination that they have put together.

This said, I will definately be buying S1 in the next 12 months. I just believe (can almost gaurentee) that I will be able to get it for $15 - $20 a share not $50+.
I have them on my 'watch list' and as soon as they get hammered on some bad news, I'll jump in.

This is actully my 'internet stock strategy' and has made me %300 in the last year and I have all of my intial cash out of the market. (I bought alot of edfy at $4!) I'm currently holding MOBI and ckfr (of course). My current 'watch list' hase S1(sone) and SE on it.
I didn't have the funds to by SE @ $26, but it will be there again.

what are your thoughts?

K

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