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Author: 1newinvestor Two stars, 250 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 19  
Subject: Sounds like good news Date: 5/17/1999 12:48 AM
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I don't know the validity of this but I read this post below on the YAHOO message boards. If it's true, this stock should be looking pretty good about now.

Hear was part of the post:

"The latest issue of Individual Investor magazine (June 1999) has an article (Microcap of the month) on REMX on Page 24. Article says revenues have been increasing 20% a year since 1994. The article quotes analyst Mark Marcon of Wheat First Union, who says that the the company licenses its 255 offices instead of franchising to independent owners. Licensing attracts the most competent managers, because there own money is at risk (about $250,000 for the license). The analyst likes the company's client-services technology. Company took a hit last year when it lost a major customer, Qualcomm, but has since signed on several midsize clients. The analyst expects 1999 earnings of $1.73 which is up from $1.50 in 1998."

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