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Subject: Re: peaked at $60?? Date: 7/26/2000 9:51 AM
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Trms is a stock that could be a gold mine or just another hole in the ground. If you believe that a potential hiv/aids solution can be found then it shouldn't really matter where you buy in (still lower is always better). If you are worried about your investment maybe you could sell half and let the other half sink or swim. I'm proabably going to keep my shares, because one I believe the company will pull it off or at least have something to sell soon, be it research or a product, and two I don't have that many shares anyway. If you like this kind of company CERS is another to look at. They deal with blood purification which if successful will be another great stock. Both Cers and Trms have been hot lately.
Still, if you buy this stock to hold for product results you'll proabably need to hold it for a few more years.

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