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harmy,

Thanks for that.

According to Amazon.com, the book is out of print, but I think I can find a copy.

About your QCOM,
http://www.latimes.com/technology/la-000000776jan04.story?coll=la%2Dheadlines%2Dtechnology
Why do you think that QCOM's price is dropping when this sort of stuff is showing up.

Isn't that ultra-wideband only useful for very short distance communication, like maybe ten metres? I thought it's application was for things like garage door openers and control of appliances in another room of a house. Competing technologies could be things like GAP, wireless ethernet, CT3, that are for communications and control within a building, or its immediate surrounds. I can't see the connection with QCOM. I don't think there is any likelihood of a telecommunications network using that technology. The FCC is only involved because it a radiating device, and potential interference source, as would our DOC.

Incidentally, about the charts,

I see several crossings of the 13-day moving average and the 150-day moving average, at about the same price. For QCOM, there are three crossings between June and September. For RMD, there are three crossings between September and December. Doesn't that strategy lead to lots of false entries and exits?

Chris

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