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Subject: Share Price Date: 12/7/2001 12:42 AM
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Hello Dominion shareholders and prospective buyers,

Looking at the 200 day average price (62 dollars for Dominion) and 60 day average price (60 dollars), it looks like a real bargain. Perhaps there is more downward movement in the future.

My analysis is the price is above the support position of 55 dollars. In this range, fund managers should accumulate shares of dominion. It may peak and reach a high point of 69 where it may test it's resistance.

At the same time, I see several peaks and mountains in Dominion's last 3 years. The company is venturing in uncharted territory, and it's fully deregulated so there are no hidden surprises. Let me see if someone disagrees that the company is a buy at this level?

Thank you
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