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Subject: Re: Anyone Notice??? Date: 1/26/2013 6:26 AM
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Since it is the start of the New Year, it's the season for wild
a** predictions.

Once FMD demonstrates that they will get to break-even and likely
move onto to some sort of profitability, the stock price will
climb to 1.50. Time frame, 6 months.

Once FMD gets to break-even and demonstrates that they will
continue on to reasonable profitability, banishing the specter of
bankruptcy, the stock price will climb to 3.00. Time frame, 18
months.

Once FMD gets to reasonable profitability, and demonstrates that
they will continue with strong growth, the stock price will climb
to 6.00. For this to happen, a securitization or two must pop up
like spring crocuses. Time frame 42 months.

After that, visibility is cloudy, but the future would be bright.

If I'm right, you guys must buy the Soggy Dollar for me and give
me a map to the place. If I'm wrong, ... well, to paraphrase Yogi
Berra, Neils Bohr, Mark Twain, Sam Goldwyn, Winston Churchill,
Disreali, Groucho Marx, and Woody Allen, "predictions are very
difficult, especially about the future."

On the other hand, if we didn't make predictions, why would we be
investors?
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