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Subject:  Stocks we missed Date:  6/28/1999  4:04 PM
Author:  DirtyDingus Number:  2306 of 123800

Everyone has stocks that they just wish they'd got in and bought at a reasonable price. Recently there have been moans from people about missing Broadcom, Qualcom and others. And Inkwell has bene gloating over his rat-inspired purchase of UNPH recently at 137. But most of us are having severe stickershock at contemplating buying these at current prices. On the other hand other stocks (like Cisco) are ones that you happily accumlate in dribs and drabs as they drop down a little.

So do we have a feel for the stocks that are too pricey now and the stocks which we might feel happy with investing in now and the ones that we will never be unhappy buying no matter what the price? And what about the ones that have recently dropped and put themselves back into affordability?

Here's my first stab at a list in each category. I'm sure we can put some more in the various buckets and maybe move things about. I'm certainly not doing this in a really scientific way (like the Rule makers/breakers) just looking at charts and going on feel for the products and company size.

Too expensive for now
QCOM, BRCM, HLIT, UNPH

Buyable now but not for long
ELON, TXN, ARMHY

Always worth buying
INTC, CSCO, NT, LU, NOK, T

Back down to being worth buying?
AWRE, QWST, GBLX, ATHM

Dirty Dingus
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