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Subject: Re: Tumblin', Stumblin', Fumblin' Date: 1/22/2001 6:14 PM
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Okay, so volume was really high today and now I'm guessing that the price is below (slightly?) the 50-day moving average. Again, no news. So this stock had a similar pattern last April and October (but somehow missed July) - dropping drastically during earnings month.

For those of you doing TA, when and why do you decide to jump ship, if you do?

I'm trying to be both patient and objective here, but it's getting harder - this is about the 4th "momentum" stock I've had this month take a big dive - just not the kind of thing I expect when the market overall is recovering.

Does anyone want to give me a pep talk on holding this one?

Lynn
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