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IWISHIHAD
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If there is such a thing as a long term hold in this market.

CBEH

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Quote Peaser:

"I'll never forget the first time I saw you posting here on Allstocks. I was on the tele with Dustoff, and commented on your handle, which I read as 'I'm a monkey' at the first few glances. We had a good hard laugh over that one."

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Say hi to Dustoff from me the next time you talk to him.

I hope his health has been good.

It's always nice to see old faces around here on allstocks.


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Update of November 3, 2008 post on SVNT, then at $4.50

Currently at 13.00 - hit 16.00 back in Sept. 2009

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check out RF and RFMD also.

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All post are my opinion. Do your own DD. Who's clicking your buy/sell button!?

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I got two I feel good about LONG TERM.... started topics on both:

SKBI
http://www.allstocks.com/stockmessageboard/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi/ubb/get_topic/ f/2/t/015599.html?#000000

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CHBT:
http://www.allstocks.com/stockmessageboard/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi/ubb/get_topic/ f/2/t/014564.html?#000000

I feel both of these are potential multi baggers in years to come.

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I still like IMAX. A little pricey here at 13.25 but they still are growing so should be good for the next year or 2 at least. We'll see how their 3-d tv venture ends up working out. The big blockbusters like The Dark Knight and Avatar sure validate their business. I have an old thread on it. Don't think anyone really made money on it with me though. Earnings on March 11.
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Hopefully everyone has had a chance to decide what they are going to do when it comes to investing over the next 3-6 months.

I believe that new lows may be on the horizon. I still have a 5000 Dow in my sight.

I am currently cashed out, and holding nothing long-term, while swing/day trading only.

Not looking for anything long-term until the market bounces again.

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http://www.bestcashcow.com/the_economy/article/sol_nasisi/dow-jones-industrials- crash-analysis-great-depression-versus-today

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http://www.signaltrend.com/Stock-Market-Great-Depression.html

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Medex, Inc. Announces Closing Date for Acquisition of BEE Mobile, Inc.
Thursday 05/27/2010 9:32 AM ET - Marketwire

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Symbol Last %Chg
MDXX 0.115 27.78%

As of 10:01 AM ET 5/27/10
Medex, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: MDXX) today announced that it intends to close on the previously announced acquisition of privately held BEE Mobile, Inc. on or before June 9, 2010. Medex originally planned to close on the transaction in late April but postponed the event in order to participate in detailed negotiations related to the planned opening of a second BEE Mobile location. Founded in 2008 and headquartered in San Diego, CA, Medicare accredited BEE Mobile services and rents power wheelchairs and scooters as well as high end rehabilitation equipment.

Terms of the transaction have not been disclosed but will consist of a combination of cash and Medex, Inc. restricted shares.

As previously disclosed, the BEE Mobile acquisition is expected to produce 2010 annual revenue of $1 million and net earnings of approximately $400,000 from a single location. A second above referenced facility is expected to open in June 2010.

In a related matter, Medex today confirmed its completion of the previously announced acquisition of Creative Rehab Technology Services, Inc. As previously reported, the Creative Rehab Technology Services transaction is expected to provide Medex annual revenue of $1.2 million and net earnings of approximately $365,000.

Paul Protzman, founder and former President of both Creative Rehab Technology Services and BEE Mobile, Inc., has been elected President of Medex, Inc. effective immediately. Prior to establishing the acquired companies, Mr. Protzman, 66, previously served with Apria Healthcare (http://www.apria.com). He is a recognized expert and trainer in seated mobility solutions.

About Medex, Inc.

Medex, Inc. is a development stage Nevada-based medical support services company, which plans to grow through acquisitions of medical supply companies, medical technology companies, and assisted living and care facilities worldwide. For additional information, see www.medexsynergies.com.

Forward-looking statements:

The statements made in this press release, which are not historical facts, may contain certain forward-looking statements concerning potential developments affecting the business, prospects, financial condition and other matters pertaining to the company. The actual results of the specific items described in this release, and the company's operations generally, may differ materially from what is projected in such forward-looking statements. Although such statements are based upon the reasonable judgments of company management as of the date of this release, actual results may differ due to business risks and uncertainties including, without limitation, the company's dependence on third parties, general market and economic conditions, technical factors, access to outside capital, receipt of revenues and other factors beyond the control of the company. The company disclaims any obligation to update information contained in any forward-looking statement.

Investor Relations:
Medex, Inc.
Mr. Bob Leahy
202/550-4294

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A pink? The title here is "investing"...

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Adventures in microcapitalism...

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oh brother...

Where's that delete button...

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quote:
Originally posted by Peaser:
Hopefully everyone has had a chance to decide what they are going to do when it comes to investing over the next 3-6 months.

I believe that new lows may be on the horizon. I still have a 5000 Dow in my sight.

I am currently cashed out, and holding nothing long-term, while swing/day trading only.

Not looking for anything long-term until the market bounces again.

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http://www.bestcashcow.com/the_economy/article/sol_nasisi/dow-jones-industrials- crash-analysis-great-depression-versus-today

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http://www.signaltrend.com/Stock-Market-Great-Depression.html

Yawn
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heh, heh...

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RDXM no management is committed more then in radix to bring value up. No dilution for so many years now.
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Markets are giving up early gains from this morning. Got Red?

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quote:
Originally posted by Peaser:
DRC looks to be a solid addition to the 401K in the $17 range here. Looking for a double in the next year.

Might be time to exit here in the $38-$39 range.

Sidelines awaiting a crash.

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Anyone still holding onto SVNT at $22?

Might be time to bail.

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SWEET PEA!!!!!


Congrats!

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took my profits on DNN. Maybe too soon.

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Blood on the street today
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yeah, but i don't think it's a new trend yet...

what is up with CNBC showing the negatives in green today? is that supposed to be camouflage? [Big Grin]

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quote:
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yeah, but i don't think it's a new trend yet...

what is up with CNBC showing the negatives in green today? is that supposed to be camouflage? [Big Grin]

This is based on the surprise interest rate hike in China. We needed a breather. We were way overdue. We may fall tomorrow, then bounce. 1131 will be resistance.
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yeah, but that's good news....

i think the markets only need a good excuse to dump 2000 points....

this ain't it tho [Wink]

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Baring any major event such as terrorism, we will run to the end of the year. I stuck my neck "and my wallet" out at S@P 800, calling for 1300 by end of year. We are now approaching 1200. We'll see that 1300, then I look to get short in mid January.
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that's pretty courageous.

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quote:
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I still like IMAX. A little pricey here at 13.25 but they still are growing so should be good for the next year or 2 at least. We'll see how their 3-d tv venture ends up working out. The big blockbusters like The Dark Knight and Avatar sure validate their business. I have an old thread on it. Don't think anyone really made money on it with me though. Earnings on March 11.

26 now still going strong!
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