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In section one:

Market Wrap:      Repeat Performance
Watch List:       AME, BWA, CCU, STT, SYMC, and more...
Play of the Day:  Things Are Looking Up

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MARKET WRAP  (view in courier font for table alignment)
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02-05-2003                   High    Low     Volume Advance/Decl
DJIA     7985.18 -  28.11   8152.53 7967.82   1675 mln  513/1116
NASDAQ   1301.50 -   4.65   1332.82 1299.35   1326 mln  473/703
S&P 100   426.01 -   2.83    435.62  425.19   totals    986/1819
S&P 500   843.59 -   4.61    861.63  842.11
RUS 2000  366.99 -   1.73    373.06  365.95
DJ TRANS 2156.42 +  11.04   2191.72 2145.08
VIX        36.81 +   0.11    37.51   35.52
VIXN       48.51 +   0.20    49.11   47.14
Put/Call Ratio 1.09
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Market Wrap
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Repeat Performance
by Steve Price

That's it?  That's all we got from Colin Powell's carefully
prepared multimedia presentation?  No sell-off?  No Breakout?  I
had planned on writing an in depth analysis of the big move
following the U.N. presentation.  Certainly North Korea's
indication that it was reactivating its nuclear program would get
the market moving south, and it did.  But only until Colin Powell
began speaking. Once the speech began we started heading higher,
and held those gains throughout and after the presentation.

Powell essentially presented a slew of evidence regarding Iraq's
attempts at hiding weapons.  He showed aerial photographs of
cargo trucks leaving weapons sites two days before inspectors
arrived.  He played tapes of Iraqi officials talking about hiding
modified vehicles (believed to contain weapons facilities),
deleting references to nerve agents and cleaning up sites to get
rid of forbidden ammo.  He showed photos of sites being bulldozed
to remove evidence of chemical agents in the top soil.  He
outlined Hussein's links to terrorism and demonstrated how the
country is likely acquiring aluminum tubes for uranium
enrichment, rather than conventional weapons.  He cited inside
sources and Al Qaeda operatives.

When all was said and done, the reaction from other countries,
including Russia, China and France, was a big "whatever, dude."
There was no smoking gun and he said nothing to the extent that
the U.S was heading into Iraq with or without a coalition.
France, Germany and Russia all said that they want to give
inspectors more time to confirm U.S. allegations.  Of course,
that seems circular logic after the essence of Powell's speech
was that we weren't going to find a smoking gun because Iraq is
involved in a massive campaign to hide it.

We got a continued rally following the speech and ran right up
into the same resistance levels we have tested for the last week.
I like to look at the point and figure charts, which measure more
decisive moves, as they require a bigger swing to register
movement.  Only a full box move, which in the case of the Dow is
50 points, registers another tick.  It takes three of these moves
in an opposite direction to reverse a current bullish or bearish
column.   Those charts are now registering reversals on an almost
daily basis.  In fact, the Dow reversed lower yesterday, showing
us on the verge of a very bearish triple-bottom breakdown, which
was confirmed by a similar formation in the SPX.  In fact, that
bearish reversal turned out to be a pretty good buying
opportunity.  Prior to that, we had seen a reversal higher that
turned into a great shorting opportunity.  In fact each bullish
and bearish reversal we have gotten over the last week has
actually been an opportunity for a contrary trade.  A look at
these signals on the charts below just highlights how
schizophrenic the last couple weeks of trading have been.
Sentiment changes on an almost daily basis and today's rally
should be taken in that context.

60 minute Chart of Dow


Daily Chart of the Dow


Point and Figure Chart of the Dow


Of course, today's action is a little different in the timing.
We did get two big news/market events out of the way prior to
this move that had been weighing on the market over the past few
days.  Networking giant Cisco reported earnings after the bell
Tuesday.  This morning's reaction to its release carries more
weight than some of the movement we've seen previously, as it
followed releases from IBM and Microsoft that moved the markets
in a direction that continued for some length.  Those earnings
reports from Microsoft and IBM, which both beat estimates, but
were accompanied by cautious statements about 2003, sent the
markets into a free fall.  We had already begun to roll over from
highs around Dow 8800 when those reports came out, and the drop
picked up speed until finally settling into our current range
between Dow 7900 and 8200.  Cisco beat earnings, but missed
revenue forecasts.  It also said it was operating in the "most
challenging environment the information technology industry had
ever faced."  After selling off after the initial release, the
stock found buyers and traded higher today. One thing traders
need to be aware of is that a significant percentage of Cisco's
revenue came from government spending, masking a continuing soft
private IT spending environment.  Of course everything traded
higher following the Powell speech, which leads us to the next
point.

We have been waiting for Secretary Powell's presentation to give
us a clue as to when we might begin an Iraqi invasion.  As I've
said before, I remember a law school professor cautioning me,
when trying to decipher Supreme Court decisions, to look at what
they do, not what they say.  Applying that logic here, we
essentially got a repeat of what we've already seen.  The U.S.
presented evidence of Iraqi deceit. It did not say it was going
to invade with or without a coalition.  President Bush did
mention that possibility in his State of the Union address, but
the general feeling is that the U.S. will invade when it does get
a coalition, which it likely eventually will. There was nothing
to suggest we'd be invading prior the next weapons inspection
report on February 14. But in reality, we did nothing to change
the timeline today and that seems the most reasonable explanation
for post-speech the rally.

The boost we got across the board during the Powell speech was
certainly something to indicate that Iraq is still dominating the
news front.  However, after seeing the futures trading down
overnight following Cisco's release, most techs opened to the
upside this morning.  That was a full hour before the speech
began and gave us an indication that the response to Cisco's
comments wasn't similar to the one we got from IBM and Microsoft.
In the end, after the late day drop, Cisco finished unchanged at
$13.20. That could simply be because we have already sold off
from those reports and this one wasn't any worse, even if it was
disappointing.  It could also mean that we were seeing short
covering ahead of the Powell speech.  With so many factors to
figure in, we need to focus on what we saw.  In essence, it goes
back to the rule I mentioned earlier - what they did, not what
they said.

What they did was rally stocks right back to the same level of
resistance we have seen for the last week, where we stopped dead
in our tracks.  As I mentioned earlier, PnF reversals (which
these were) over the past week have simply provided an
opportunity for contrary action at support and resistance levels.
Traders entering short positions when the Dow hits 8150 and
buying in those positions when the Dow hits 7950 have had a
pretty good week.  It is a tight range to have to trade within,
but has worked like clockwork recently.  The intraday swing today
was a textbook example of selling strength/resistance and buying
weakness/support.  Of course, in an overall downward trending
market it feels much better to initiate the sale first.  However,
if we take the emotion out of it and simply trade what we see,
either side of the range has provided equally good opportunities.
The reversal we saw today, after topping out at Dow 8150 looked
pretty  powerful and bearish, but so did the bounce off of 7950
all the way back up yesterday afternoon and this morning.

One indication that war tensions eased after the Powell speech
came from the gold market, which bid higher once again this
morning, as it has the last couple of days leading up to the
speech.  The defensive play has never been more obvious than it
has recently, but gold bugs weren't feeling so bold this
afternoon. The gold futures traded all the way up to 388.90
before Powell spoke, then plummeting after the speech all the way
down to 371 after hours.

Chart of Gold Futures


Crude oil futures actually remained close to unchanged.  However,
there were reports that Venezuela, which has increased its
production recently, in spite of the ongoing general strike, had
also increased exports.  We also got news that OPEC production
had been higher than expected.  That news likely would have
dropped oil prices if not for the uncertainty surrounding action
in Iraq.  While gold futures reflected a lower state of alert,
oil prices did not.  They also did not reflect imminent, action,
however, remaining close to unchanged.

So what do we make of the future trading environment?  Today's
action was tough to decipher, as we got a bullish reaction, then
a decisive turnaround into the red by the close.  The Nasdaq
Composite, which took out support at 1300 intraday on Tuesday,
showed an initial gain of 27 points, before rolling over to
settle just above that 1300 level, with a close of 1301.   A
close beneath 1300 would be a good indication that the next drop
may not be bought.  However, until we see that next dip give way,
then we have to stick to what we have seen.

We can listen to the talking heads give us lessons all day on
television about where we are headed next.  However, the tone
certainly changes quickly from day to day. When we do finally get
a breakout, the general rule is that the longer the
consolidation, the bigger the breakout/breakdown.  Remember that
any upside breakout still has possible strong resistance at
former strong support around Dow 8300, along with a head and
shoulders neckline break in the 8200-8300 range.  On the
downside, there is little to support us before we hit the July
lows.  Trade what you see, because opinions have been wrong more
than right in recent sessions.


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WATCH LIST
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The PremierInvestor.net watch list is not designed to be read
as full fledged stock picks.  Rather we would prefer to offer
it as an extra tool in today's investor toolbox.  Think of it
as a radar screen with your own radar operator pointing out
interesting developments, technical patterns or potential plays
that you may or may not have seen on your own.  Due to time
constraints we do glance at the news but rarely do we have
time to fully read pertinent news stories, due background
research and other necessary screens that investors should do
before making a decision.  A common exercise is to read the
entry, glance at the sector and other stocks in that industry
and then compare what's happening in the stock to what's
happening in the broader market indices.  We hope you enjoy
the Watch List and that it proves to be a useful tool for your
own trading success.

STOCKS WORTH WATCHING
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Ametek - AME - close: 33.62 change: -0.68

WHAT TO WATCH: AME looks awfully oversold after losing more than
15% off the January 16th highs.  Unfortunately for shareholders
there aren't many technical indications that shares will level
out anytime soon.  The stock has fallen through all the key
moving averages and does not have any clear support until the
$30.00 area.  This would be a reasonable downside target for
short-term traders, entering short positions on a continued
decline from current levels.

Chart =


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Borg Warner - BWA - close: 55.05 change: +0.90

WHAT TO WATCH: Citing improved margins and an uptick in sales,
this manufacturer of automotive components reported strong
earnings on Tuesday.  The fourth-quarter net profit came in at
$1.52, four cents better than expectations.  The company also
reiterated its forward-looking guidance.  This positive news was
enough to push BWA above its 200-dma at $54.36.  The 200-dma had
previously acted as resistance in early January.  This breakout
has taken the stock to multi-month highs.  What's even more
intriguing for the bulls is the fact that shares are retracing
the precipitous September/October sell-off, when BWA went down
almost in a straight line.  The next level of noteworthy
resistance is up at $60.00, which also happens to be the location
of bearish resistance on the p-n-f chart.  Watch for a move above
today's high ($55.39) to provide a potential entry point.

Chart =


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Clear Channel Comm. - CCU - close: 37.65 change: unch

WHAT TO WATCH: We've placed a retracement bracket on CCU from the
May 2002 highs to the July lows.  This shows some interesting
correlations with the 50% level at $37.00.  The 50% retracement,
which initially acted as resistance, has provided support on
several pullbacks over the past four months.  CCU looks like it
might violate that level after heading sharply lower from the
relative highs at $44.00.  Shares have fallen below the
converging 100-day and 200-day moving averages after rolling over
from the 50-dma.  The p-n-f chart shows that the bullish support
trend is also at $37.00.  A move below this level could send the
stock towards the October lows near $40.00.  We'd be looking to
confirm bearish conviction with a break under the December low of
$36.60.

Chart =


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Danaher Corp. - DHR - close: 63.25 change: +1.13

WHAT TO WATCH: Danaher reported earnings last Thursday that were
2 cents better than expectations.  This news helped to launch the
company's stock off the $60.00 support level and the 100-dma.  On
Wednesday DHR showed excellent relative strength, maintaining the
lion's share of its intraday gains while the major indexes pulled
back into negative territory.  Shares closed well above the 200-
dma ($62.46) and moved above the 50-dma at $63.43 on an intraday
basis.  Other than the December highs near $64.50, the daily
chart shows no overheard resistance until the $68.00 area.  Long
entries could be evaluated on a move above today's high ($64.09)
or a pullback to $62.50.

Chart =


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Unilever - UN - close: 55.47 change: +0.28

WHAT TO WATCH: Longer-term traders might want to check out
Unilever.  The stock is trading near multi-month lows after
spending more than two weeks in a gradual downtrend.  Shares have
fallen below bullish p-n-f support, and more importantly, they're
also retracing the steep July rebound from $48.00.  At the
current rate of descent UN would reach the $50.00 area in late-
March or early-April.

Chart =


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State Street - STT - close: 37.80 change: -0.65

WHAT TO WATCH: To paraphrase that song by Molly Hatchet, STT is
flirtin' with disaster.  This financial stock has been trending
steadily lower over the past two weeks.  On Wednesday STT
underperformed the Dow Jones and moved below support at $38.00.
The stock is now in danger of retracing the rapid rebound from
$32.00 that occurred in October.  Bulls should also be very
concerned about the point-and-figure chart.  Shares are trading
at the bullish support trend after reversing into a column of
"O."  A trade at $37.00 would take the stock below that trend and
also create a double-bottom sell signal.  The oscillators are
also looking weak - particularly the MACD, which is rolling lower
below the baseline.  Aggressive traders could think about getting
short if STT breaks under today's low of $37.70.  Others will
want to wait for shares to fall below $37.00.

Chart =


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Sungard Data Systems - SDS - close: 18.78 change: -0.33

WHAT TO WATCH: Shareholders of SDS endured a painful sell-off in
January.  Over a three-week stretch the stock declined nearly
every day, dropping from $25.00 to $18.50.  A brief short-
covering rally was snuffed out when shares failed to move above
$20.00.  The stock now looks as if it could soon violate the
relative low of $18.45.  A move below this level might pave the
way for an eventual test of the October lows near $15.00.
Technical bears can be encouraged by the daily stochastics, which
are reversing from the mid-range.  Sungard announces earnings on
February 18th.

Chart =


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Symantec Corp. - SYMC - close: 46.96 change: +0.05

WHAT TO WATCH: Symantec has displayed incredible relative
strength over the past week.  Shares of the software maker have
rebounded sharply from the 50-dma, seemingly oblivious of the
fact that the NASDAQ has been bleeding gradually lower.  The
company's earnings report in mid-January featured an EPS profit
of 47 cents; a full eight cents better than consensus estimates.
A positive reaction to this news propelled SYMC to an all-time
high of $48.30.  Shares are now threatening to move above that
level, following a successful test of the 50-dma.  Bears will
point out that the stochastics are moving lower from overbought.
That's an important consideration, but the recent trend of
relative strength indicates that SYMC will be able to plow into
breakout territory if the NASDAQ is able to stabilize and move
back towards the 1350 area.  P-n-f chartists will note that a
trade at $49.00 would create a double-top buy signal.

Chart =



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Play-of-the-Day (new BULLISH high-risk/high-reward play)
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Cytyc Corp. - CYTC - close: 11.80 change: +0.05 stop: *text*

Company Description:
Cytyc Corporation develops, manufactures, and markets products
for medical diagnostic applications primarily focused on women's
health. The ThinPrep. System consists of the ThinPrep. 2000
Processor, ThinPrep. 3000 Processor, and related reagents,
filters, and other supplies. (source: company press release)

Why We Like It:
CYTC was booted from the NASDAQ-100 in December after the stock
was hammered by concerns of increased competition in the cervical
cancer screening market.  The stock was also plagued by talk of
accounting issues.  Most of the damage was done in the first half
of the year.  By August, shares had stabilized near $10.00.  Over
the past six months CYTC consistently gravitated towards that
level, trading in a clearly-defined range between $8.00 and
$12.00.  It wasn't until today's session that shares finally
poked their head above the upper resistance level.  As you might
expect, there was some positive news behind this breakout.
Cytyc's earnings report last Tuesday included a 5.4% increase in
year-over-year revenue and a net profit of 15 cents per share.
Analysts had been anticipating only 13 cents per share.  Those
positive results suggest that the concerns about competition
eating away at CYTC's market share may have been overblown.

Investors have taken a very positive view of Cytyc's improving
fundamentals.  The stock had a clear buy-side bias over the past
week, in spite of weakening broader market.  That relative
strength bodes well for a continued rally.  And although bears
might argue that stock is near-term overbought, we believe a move
above resistance could trigger a short-covering rally that takes
CYTC towards $14.00.  This area, which acted as support in May
and turned back a rally attempt in June, presents a possible
challenge for the bulls.  Our profit-target is set just below
that level at $13.94.  More significant resistance is at $16.00,
but that's a bit too ambitious for our relatively short-term
strategy.  We're placing an entry trigger for this play at
$12.11, one cent above today's high.  If the play is activated
we'll use a stop at $11.20.  This would set up a risk/reward
ratio of 1:2.  Traders looking for less downside exposure could
use a stop near $11.65, under the recent trend of higher lows on
the 15-minute chart.

Picked on February xth at $xx.xx <- see text
Results since picked:      +0.00
Earnings Date           01/28/03 (confirmed)

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in making an informed decision regarding trading in stocks. It
is possible at this or some subsequent date, the editors and
staff of PremierInvestor.net may own, buy or sell securities
presented. All investors should consult a qualified professional
before trading in any security. The information provided has
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PremierInvestor.net Newsletter               Wednesday 02-05-2003
                                                   section 2 of 2
Copyright ) 2003, All rights reserved.
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In section two:

High Risk/Reward
  New Bullish Plays:     CYTC

Trading Ideas
  Value Plays With Bullish Signals
  Breakout to Upside (Stocks $5 to $20)
  Breakout to Upside (Stocks over $20)
  Breakout to Downside (Stocks over $20)
  Recently Overbought With Bearish Signals (Stocks over $20)



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HIGH RISK/HIGH REWARD (HR) section
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HR New Plays
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  New Bullish Plays
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Cytyc Corp. - CYTC - close: 11.80 change: +0.05 stop: *text*

Company Description:
Cytyc Corporation develops, manufactures, and markets products
for medical diagnostic applications primarily focused on women's
health. The ThinPrep. System consists of the ThinPrep. 2000
Processor, ThinPrep. 3000 Processor, and related reagents,
filters, and other supplies. (source: company press release)

Why We Like It:
CYTC was booted from the NASDAQ-100 in December after the stock
was hammered by concerns of increased competition in the cervical
cancer screening market.  The stock was also plagued by talk of
accounting issues.  Most of the damage was done in the first half
of the year.  By August, shares had stabilized near $10.00.  Over
the past six months CYTC consistently gravitated towards that
level, trading in a clearly-defined range between $8.00 and
$12.00.  It wasn't until today's session that shares finally
poked their head above the upper resistance level.  As you might
expect, there was some positive news behind this breakout.
Cytyc's earnings report last Tuesday included a 5.4% increase in
year-over-year revenue and a net profit of 15 cents per share.
Analysts had been anticipating only 13 cents per share.  Those
positive results suggest that the concerns about competition
eating away at CYTC's market share may have been overblown.

Investors have taken a very positive view of Cytyc's improving
fundamentals.  The stock had a clear buy-side bias over the past
week, in spite of weakening broader market.  That relative
strength bodes well for a continued rally.  And although bears
might argue that stock is near-term overbought, we believe a move
above resistance could trigger a short-covering rally that takes
CYTC towards $14.00.  This area, which acted as support in May
and turned back a rally attempt in June, presents a possible
challenge for the bulls.  Our profit-target is set just below
that level at $13.94.  More significant resistance is at $16.00,
but that's a bit too ambitious for our relatively short-term
strategy.  We're placing an entry trigger for this play at
$12.11, one cent above today's high.  If the play is activated
we'll use a stop at $11.20.  This would set up a risk/reward
ratio of 1:2.  Traders looking for less downside exposure could
use a stop near $11.65, under the recent trend of higher lows on
the 15-minute chart.

Picked on February xth at $xx.xx <- see text
Results since picked:      +0.00
Earnings Date           01/28/03 (confirmed)

Chart =



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  Trading Ideas
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This section contains stocks that meet criteria which may make
them of interest to long and short side traders.  These are not
recommendations, nor have they been reviewed by PremierInvestor
editors for investment potential.  However, each of them has
technical and fundamental characteristics that make them worthy
of further review by traders and investors looking for fresh ideas.
New stocks will appear daily following the market close.

Value Plays With Bullish Signals
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Ticker  Company Name               Close     Change

RACN    Racing Champions           12.54     +0.61
CYT     Cytec Industries           30.35     +0.71
WWW     Wolverine World Wide       15.80     +0.90
ENR     Energizer Holdings         26.06     +0.76

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Breakout to Upside (Stocks $5 to $20)
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Ticker  Company Name              Close     Change

UNTD    United Online             15.34     +1.11
DIGE    Digene Corp.              13.67     +1.63
FTS     Footstar Inc              10.00     +1.96
OVTI    Omnivision Technologies   14.51     +1.18

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Breakout to Upside (Stocks over $20)
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Ticker  Company Name               Close     Change

WHR     Whirlpool Corp.            52.10     +1.91
ROOM    Hotels.com                 43.02     +4.42
BHE     Benchmark Electronics      34.68     +1.84
RJR     RenaissanceRe Holdings     40.20     +1.35

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Breakout to Downside (Stocks over $20)
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Ticker  Company Name               Close     Change

PDX     Pediatrix Medical          34.00     -1.95
CAKE    Cheesecake Factory         30.42     -1.18
HET     Harrah's Entertainment     33.75     -1.45

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Recently Overbought With Bearish Signals (Stocks over $20)
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Ticker  Company Name               Close     Change

                             




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of any stock but an information resource to aid the investor
in making an informed decision regarding trading in stocks. It
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staff of PremierInvestor.net may own, buy or sell securities
presented. All investors should consult a qualified professional
before trading in any security. The information provided has
been obtained from sources deemed reliable but is not
guaranteed as to accuracy or completeness. PremierInvestor.net
staff makes every effort to provide timely information to its
subscribers but cannot guarantee specific delivery times due to
factors beyond our control.

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