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On Wed, 07 May 97 13:35:34 -0600, JeffFischer wrote:
<<From the 5/6/97 Fool Portfolio recap:
But Iomega was growing much more rapidly two years ago.
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Jeff, I for one am delighted to have the new coverage, and I think everyone would agree that we have longed for more analysts to make an appearance in IOM coverage.

We all long for the old days when wealth and prosperity seemed but days away, but in fairness, I think we have to realize that the period when IOM (then IOMG) spiked was, in hindsight, artificial and caused by momentum. If we eliminate that spike, as seen by the chart showing the monthly trend over the last 3 years, what we seem to see now is a steady growth which hopefully will continue as current and new products find more and more acceptance in the marketplace.

By the way, I'm very pleased to be making my very first post in this folder. I hope I'll have enough to say to add more. : )

So, keeping in tradition, it looks like the only thing to say now is...

...but I still am...

Off2Aruba
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