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Unless someone can give me a reason to hang in I may be out soon and put this $ to better use. Robert
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I just recently(5/6/98) purchsed this stock myself, and considered it an excellent opportunity at the time. IAIC has just turned the corner in earnings, has a strong alliance with CA, has 17 or more new contracts in house, just recently participated in a major PR event in New Orleans (I forgot the name). Despite this it is trading near a 52 week low. I considered this a excellent buy price, and based on the dates of your prior messages you purchased at a similiar price. Be patient, this quarter IAIC should build momentum. Based on your purchase price your risk factor is quite low.

QDOG30
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I just sold the majority of my position. I agree that they have 'turned a corner' on earnings but they certainly have other problems affecting the stock price. Poor PR, not being on NMS, lack of overall interest in solution 2000 companies by the street are just a few. My attitude is to place the money in something else and perhaps revisit the stock in early July before the next earnings report. Good Luck...I lost a small fortune on this dog and am off to regain it elsewhere while there is a positive overall stock climate.
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Stay long. This stock will rise: fundamentals are improving, leadership is excellent, alliance with CA is unique in Y2K field, is on NMS (finally), etc...

Look at the tech stocks today - they all tanked. IAIC rose then fell back to hold steady. Check the facts.
Dean
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You are correct. Hang long and reap rewards.

Interesting post from Neal Sanders (IAIC exec) on Yahoo msg boards.

Stay long,
Deanfv
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Dean, Out at 11. After todays action I can't figure where the bottom is. 0 I Think Robert
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