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Subject: Oil Date: 12/21/1999 3:00 PM
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Longballsd,

I think what Matanuska was trying to tell you was that Hicks-Muse bailed Triton Oil out, not bailed out of Triton Oil, which was a true statement.

I think that OIL will go up next year, how much and when depends on future oil prices and additional data on EG. I bought this stock at roughly 6 3/4 early this year, sold at 25 1/2, and bought it back at 21 and change.

According to my info, the most recent insider purchase was for 20,000 shares on November 15 by Thomas Hicks, for a price of $16.75. Although not as good sounding as your info, it is still positive. I also notice that there are no planned sales by insiders, which is even more positive.


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