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Author: whorner98 Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 18  
Subject: Re: To Subscribe or not Date: 4/1/2004 4:05 PM
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The trial is super. You get 1 quarter of updates and then you get one quarter of new updates. So you get two quarters of information. And that will go a long way to allowing you to form a solid list of companies.

I realize this must be slowest thread ever. But I just saw this and had a comment. I bought the trial and then was offered to continue it for a year at half price(11/03). That's right only approx $300. They also offered a 2 year deal for $600. I snapped that up immediately and have been very happy with the publication. I just love using the cashflow line to find good steady companies that grow their cash in a steady manor year after year. They are predictable and thus my intrinsic value calculation can have meaning.

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