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Qantas long term (4 to 6 months) has the potential to reach $4.00. I believe stock oversold.
Caltex ... well what can I say this stock listed at $4.00 and Texaco owns 50% of the shares. Bottomed out and a long term hold situation.
NAB sheesh buy buy buy at this price you cannot go wrong. I believe that they will be around $27, June 29 prior to a buy back situation which will give the shareholder a large dividend buy back to avoid capital gains.
Wesfarmers are a buy at this price. $3.90 - even in a crash they can go no further.
BHP ... well what can one say when the CEO states that he intends to bring the share price to $40.
Normandy - well you couldn't buy an income producing stock (Div 5.7%) so low with a gold price and market that is verry nervous.

Well they are the named stocks - to go a little off the named stocks and seek a good gamble then look at these for true spec's.

KLS - One stop shop for faxes emails voice messages have something with the internet and with the rise in nickel prices it may be a E DOT NICKEL stock (lol).

YAM/YAMNA/YAMOA/YAMOB - this junior at 0.18 cents has had some volume pass through the gates and mum's the word with whoever I speak to so may still do marvellous things. Volume and price rise indicates some body is getting set.

CCV - I have heard a lot of gd things about this companies B2B and emedical situation. On relisting it is a buy as they have done a 10:1 reduction and a cash raising exercise.

Leo Sheilds (now Sheilds some-thing-or-rather) - I feel that will relist at around 0.65c and go to a $1 with the restructure that they are putting together.

Usual caveator emptor disclaimer.

Remember that the stock market is held together by a small number of stocks that have risen. Greenspan cannot afford a stock market collapse and the gyrations on the Dow and S&P and NASDAQ are nothing new as the interest rate fears generate nervousness. Rate rise 0.25% expected from this body!
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