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On Jan. 8, the total volume of shares of DHOM traded was 2,000. Assuming you bought all of them, at $15.30/share you invested $30,600.

On Jan. 30th, if you sold 2,000 shares at $17.7525, your receipts would be $35,505. Subtracting the $30,600 initial investment, and assuming you paid no brokerage fees, your absolute maximum gain would be $4,905.

Now, Mr. Market, I've come to respect your ability to make some pretty doggone decent stock picks, but I doubt even you, as huge as you are, could buy two color printers, a scanner, a new PC and a new car for forty-nine hundred bucks!

Okay, okay, so you didn't say you would buy all that stuff with just your gains on DHOM. I just wanted to rattle your cage a little.

Mr. Market, what is your opinion of ATAC? I'd like to know.

—Rob
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