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Author: dpsligar One star, 50 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 5993  
Subject: Question about BA Date: 12/28/2001 12:56 PM
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Since it appears that BA is going to be a BI pick for 2002, what is the board's thinking on this question:

I bought BA last year on 1/9/2001 at 58 and change (it was a BI pick at that point also). I am holding it in an IRA account (taxes are not an issue). Should I:

1. Sell BA and buy it again (seems kinda dumb to do that).
2. Hold BA and do nothing.
3. Buy more BA (it's a BI pick, good earnings bogey (for now), and good 13/50-day MA signal).

I'm not sure which way to go at this point; thought I'd throw it out for the board to toss around. BTW, anybody know when the next VL update for BA is due (could it be today: last one was 9/28)?

Paul
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