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Subject: Re: short term stock? Date: 4/28/1997 1:58 PM
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On Wed, 23 Apr 97 22:17:16 -0600, Wildcat23 wrote:
<<Hello fellow fools-

I've been hearing some info about innovex lately and I've been looking for a strong short term stock to invest in. With the numbers that this stock has put up, what is the short term (1 month or so) outlook for this company?

>>

If you're looking for investments that will pay off big in the next month,
you may want to consider lottery tickets.

Seriously, you should be more concerned with long term investments in stocks.
If you can't hold on for a year, you need something else. Any minute now,
Wall Street could decide that tech stocks (or any other sector) are no
good, and they can take your money quickly, no matter how strong your
particular stock is. That's from experience, as someone who got bombed
in the recent networking stock re-evaluation.

Patience, young Jedi...

Dan
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