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Subject:  Re: Limited Funds: How to choose.... Date:  3/28/2000  10:10 PM
Author:  Aridian Number:  1844 of 8813

Sorry for the confusion, but it would have taken me too long to reinput all the data, since it was done on a pad of paper.

The ratings are based on these (flawed?) propositions:

1. The farther off the high for this year represents the best short-term entry point.

2. The smallest market cap indicates more room for rapid stock price growth.

3. The smallest amount of growth this year indicates that stock has not "exploded" this year yet.

For each of these three criteria, the number 1 was assigned as the "best" in that particular category.

The resulting list shows the combined totals for the three criteria.

All info from

36% off yearly high
market cap - 7 billion
Stock price up 650% from low this year (22 to 144)

32% off high
7 bill cap
920% (51 to 471)

29% off high
2.7 bill cap
2200% (5 to 113)

24% off high
5 bill cap
1350% (15 to 202)

yada yada
I am too busy for the rest, but it ends with JNPR

Currently at high
Cap - 47 bill
Price up 2700% (11 to 301)

If anyone wants, I can fill in the rest later.

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