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sunnyinna
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Is fonix a good buy in now? Any opinions what xmas sales will do for fonix?
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fnix looks good at the current level for long and i will start to accumulate heavily from .50 and down. i have been buying this from .175 and have been accumulating on down beta ever since. this is a stock with a bright (as in glittering gold) future imho. do your own dd, and if you find something you don't like please bring it to my attention.

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Uncle Milty,

I have been waiting to take profits elsewhere so I could buy a little FNIX. I got in the free share position with PRL today so have a bit to invest (I say a bit because at this point I'm a small fish but want to grow into a mighty mullet).

Being a small investor, every share counts and entry point is critical as well placing AON orders. Do you think there is a hope in heck of getting in at .47 or do you think I'm going to miss the boat?

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chill,

hard to say on the .47 before their next press release. if so, i'll be right there buying with you.

pghi is selling at bargain price. tfct is getting interesting because of it's nasdaq pr. i was buying pghi today. lots of red ink for my pennies today so i was buying. prl is an exception and on no news.

uncle milty


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Looking to me like FNIX may have bottomed. The 10 day chart really turned north today. I was hoping this would hold off just a little longer so that I could get some more funds ready.
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psu. it hasn't gotten back into my sub .50 buy range yet. looks like we might just have to settle for some upside..

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quote:
Originally posted by old mullet:
psu. it hasn't gotten back into my sub .50 buy range yet. looks like we might just have to settle for some upside..

uncle milty


Milty...I was looking for sub .50 too. Yesterday was close. If it waits another week or so, I'll be ready for it! (Same with NEOM which is back to buying range).


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Well I hoped for sub 50 but bought at 51 because I wanted to go along for the ride.
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i think fnix will warm you up chill.

uncle milty


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Is this the start of a ride up? I htink that after Xmas, fnix may shoot up after sales figures are in. I got nephews and their crowd likes xbox.
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Ha ha. Uncle Milty.
I hope it does!! $$wise and temp-wise.
From winterland in the Colorado Rockies.
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i think fnix will warm you up chill.

uncle milty



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this is up 150% in 2 months. it is one of my stronger picks for continued upside. it will ratchet it's way up like almost any long term stock on it's way up. it is a long hold for me.

chill, send me some colorado snow to put under my coconut palm trees.

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Uncle Milty,

Yes, after examining FNIX I'm thinking more of a long term hold on my shares rather than my usual sell 1/2 for free share status. I have a few stocks in my portfolio that have gone past their 100% gain status and I haven't sold 1/2 for free shares because they just look so good and I think this will be one of those I'll tuck in the corner and just watch grow.

As far as the snow, I'll send you all you want as long as you keep sharing your savvy with us all.

I see that many members of this board constantly say IMHO and do your DD and such. To me, that is a given but I see that it is necessary to repeat those things as some members of this forum look for someone to blame when the ride gets rough.

Being a long time horse trainer, I know that the more groundwork I do with a horse, when it comes time to mount up for that first ride, the more likely things will go well. And once I mount up, I am the only one holding the reins.

I really appreciate this board and your input. I am learning so much and take full responsibility for what I do with what I read. I made a few mistakes about "timing" when I'd buy or sell and then reread threads and saw that if I'd understood the situation better, I'd have made a better decision on when to enter or exit. But that was when I was a total novice 6 weeks ago. Now I want to dig into technical analysis more and see all sorts of places to start to learn as indicated by members of this forum.

Gosh this is a long-winded way of saying thanks to all the positive posters and have a good weekend!
chill

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this is up 150% in 2 months. it is one of my stronger picks for continued upside. it will ratchet it's way up like almost any long term stock on it's way up. it is a long hold for me.

chill, send me some colorado snow to put under my coconut palm trees.

uncle milty



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Ubisoft's Rainbow Six 3 Wins 'Best Innovation' Award Based Upon Fonix Voice Control
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SALT LAKE CITY, Jan 22, 2004 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Fonix(R) Corp. (OTC BB: FNIX), a global provider of easy-to-use speech solutions for devices and systems, announces Fonix Voice Control is a "Best Innovation" winner on Ubisoft's award-winning Rainbow Six 3, recently featured in the February issue of The Official Xbox Magazine.

An international publisher of interactive entertainment products, Ubisoft's hit game Rainbow Six 3 won several awards this year including "Best Innovation" for Voice Control. The voice control features developed for Rainbow Six 3 are based upon Fonix voice control solutions provided to game developers in the Xbox(R) developers kit (XDK).

"This award win is a tremendous recognition for Fonix and our innovative voice control solutions, which make games more fun and more realistic," said Tim K. Hong, vice president of Fonix Mobile Wireless & Games. "Ubisoft has done a phenomenal job implementing voice control and making it a natural part of the game play."

Fonix provides voice control solutions and speech technology tools to game developers worldwide that help them be more innovative and add new features and levels of game play. Fonix currently supports the Xbox(R) platform and is working to extend this award-winning technology to other gaming platforms. Game developers interested in implementing Fonix speech solutions should call 801-553-6600 and say "Game Consoles."

About Fonix

Fonix Corp. provides speech interface solutions for game developers, mobile/wireless devices, computer telephony systems, the assistive market, automobiles and everyday consumer devices. Manufacturers and developers incorporate Fonix technology to provide their customers with an easy, convenient, reliable user experience. Visit www.fonix.com for an introduction to Fonix's complete suite of speech solutions, or call 801-553-6600 and say "sales."

Investor contact:
ECON Corporate Services
www.*****************
866-894-3913

Statements released by Fonix that are not purely historical are forward looking within the meaning of the "Safe Harbor" provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, including statements regarding the company's expectations, hopes, intentions and strategies for the future. Investors are cautioned that forward-looking statements involve risk and uncertainties that may affect the company's business prospects and performance. The company's actual results could differ materially from those in such forward-looking statements. Risk factors include general economic, competitive, governmental and technological factors as discussed in the company's filings with the SEC on Forms 10-K, 10-Q and 8-K. The company does not undertake any responsibility to update the forward-looking statements contained in this release.

"Xbox" is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corp. in the United States and/or other countries.

SOURCE: Fonix Corp.

Fonix Corp., Salt Lake City
Elizabeth Sweeten, 801-553-6600
mediainfo@fonix.com


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Great news Dawn.
thanks, Dz

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I am in for the long haul and see Fnix with positive news trading on Nasdaq even sooner that we all would expect.
http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=FNIX,uu[m,a]daclyyay[pb50!b200][vc60][iUh14,3!La12,26,9]&pref=G

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