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Author: tenworlds Big gold star, 5000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 62030  
Subject: Re: Stock question Date: 2/9/2007 1:45 PM
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So this isn't watercooler talk that I can work with, it is hard data that I'm known to have access to. While I might be able to boost my net worth it is not by enough to mitigate the risk of going to jail.

Well yeah, that makes sense. I don't have access to any information even near that kind of stuff. Everything I know is public record. Beyond that, as an employee & knowing the company 'first-hand', and being around the industry and following the sector for a couple of decades informs my decision to buy in or get out.

I'm no analyst, and I know it's anathema to good investing, but I go on 'gut feelings'. They are based on news, announcements, TMF discussion boards ;-), and what trends I can recognise. I think there might be some 'lunar' influence too.


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