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Subject:  Ten stocks to Rule the World Date:  3/21/2000  5:04 PM
Author:  Y2Krash Number:  1649 of 8813

For the last week, I've been attempting to compile a list of the 10 top stocks that will dominate the next 10 years. I know many of you would say that with the technological changes today, trying to pick these stocks is next to impossible, nevertheless how about we give it a try. I've decided to leave the usual suspects off the list (those that have already established themselves as the dominant players, ie. Sun, Microsoft, Cisco, Intel, EMC, etc...). I'm looking for those companies that are emerging as the dominant players in fast growing markets with incredible potential. They do not necessarily have to be Gorilla candidates, a strong King (ex. JDSU) also has great potential. I've researched through magazines, reports, message boards and countless other resources and have attempted to narrow it down, here's the ten that I've settled on so far, the list is very tentative.

Cree (CREE)
Gemstar (GMST)
Network Appliances (NTAP)
JDS Uniphase (JDSU)
Celera (CLA)
Seibel Systems (SEBL)
Broadcom (BRCM)
Qualcomm (QCOM)
Ballard Power (BLDP)
Lernout & Hauspie (LHSP)

LHSP is the only one that I'm not comfortable with at this moment since the promise of Speech recognition has been around for some time without explosive growth. I like the others but could be convinced otherwise depanding on responses. Here's some other potential candidates that I'm presently looking into.

PMC Sierra
RF Micro Devices
Redback Networks
Arm Holding
I2 Technologies
Wind River
Commerce One

Feel free to comment on these or any others that you feel could well dominate the next decade
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