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Re: bargains, questions...



I'm up for bargain hunting, and am fortunate enough to have a bit of cash to
do it right now.  I also put a check in the mail today to move $1,100 to
Ameritrade, so the club will have $1,162.05 there in a few days.  Not a lot,
but it's something.  I don't think we'll have a problem coming up with the
money to pay out to Al, if he chooses to leave.  (I hope he doesn't!)  I'll
put in something extra in December, and be happy to get some HPD shares at
bargain prices.  (Of course, every time I think something like that, the
market rallies.)

Also, I'll volunteer to receive and count votes, if nobody has any
objections.

Joe

----- Original Message -----
From: "G Gainer" <ggainer@yahoo.com>
To: "HPD Investment Group" <hpd@woodland.org>
Sent: Thursday, November 30, 2000 11:23 AM
Subject: bargains, questions...


> Anybody else wishing they had a nice pile of cash to buy some bargains?
> There is real blood in the streets. The techs are taking a particularly
bad
> beating. Nasdaq was below 2550 earlier! I want to buy biotechs, but LU,
> DELL, and CHKP seem like better bargains. Would anyone want to put off
> biotechs yet another month, and focus on bargain hunting this next
meeting?
> Just a suggestion. Does Kathe make this call? - or the as-yet unelected
> President-elect? Does that person run the December meeting? I'm sure it is
> these uncertainties that are causing our stocks to lose value!
>
> Also, If Al is leaving, is the December meeting the one where his
> shares/valuation gets locked, and we pay or start to pay January? I'd like
> to know *if* we can buy anything. Maybe Joe can move funds from
Presidential
> to Ameritrade before the meeting. Maybe we should think of anything we
want
> to sell.?
>
> Also, we're having (email) elections in the next week or so, right? Should
> the vote counter be someone not running for any office - to avoid
> appearances of potential impropriety? No election jokes - I'm too burnt
out
> already.
>
> Let's hit play!
>
> -G
>
> Ps. Fool's relatively positive perspective on Dell:
> http://www.fool.com/news/2000/dell001130.htm?ref=yhoolnk
>
>
>
>
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