You think I shouln invest in Red Hat?

You think I shouln invest in Red Hat?

Post by Ian Fa » Sun, 05 Sep 1999 04:00:00



I need an opinion from the technical side!!!
 
 
 

You think I shouln invest in Red Hat?

Post by Andrew Puruggan » Mon, 06 Sep 1999 04:00:00


: I need an opinion from the technical side!!!

It depends :-) Are you a technically savvy person? Do you have lots of
time on your hands?

Or are you referring to the RH IPO, not the $2 CD from LinuxMall? ;-)

--
Andy Purugganan
annandy AT dc DOT seflin DOT org
apurugganan AT amadeuslink DOT com

 
 
 

You think I shouln invest in Red Hat?

Post by Ian Fa » Wed, 08 Sep 1999 04:00:00


RHAT IPO



>: I need an opinion from the technical side!!!

>It depends :-) Are you a technically savvy person? Do you have lots of
>time on your hands?

>Or are you referring to the RH IPO, not the $2 CD from LinuxMall? ;-)

>--
>Andy Purugganan
>annandy AT dc DOT seflin DOT org
>apurugganan AT amadeuslink DOT com

 
 
 

You think I shouln invest in Red Hat?

Post by Ian Fa » Wed, 08 Sep 1999 04:00:00


You must be a computer geek!


says...

>On 4 Sep 1999 18:26:10 GMT,

>>I need an opinion from the technical side!!!

>Don't you have a student loan to contribute to?

>--
>William Burrow  --  New Brunswick, Canada             o
>Copyright 1999 William Burrow                     ~  /\
>                                                ~  ()>()

 
 
 

You think I shouln invest in Red Hat?

Post by Dave Hi » Wed, 08 Sep 1999 04:00:00


I bought a chunk at 46-something, and it's at 93-ish right now.
I'd say it's a good investment.  Of course, I bought the day it
went public (not the IPO, obviously).

My reasons for buying are:

1: Philosophical - it's not MicroSoft
2: Greed - I hope it does well (so far, so good)
3: Support of "the cause" of Linux

Of the 3, I'd like to see them all succeed, as measured by (2) above.

Dave Hinz

: You must be a computer geek!


: says...
: >
: >On 4 Sep 1999 18:26:10 GMT,

: >>I need an opinion from the technical side!!!
: >
: >Don't you have a student loan to contribute to?
: >
: >--
: >William Burrow  --  New Brunswick, Canada             o
: >Copyright 1999 William Burrow                     ~  /\
: >                                                ~  ()>()

 
 
 

You think I shouln invest in Red Hat?

Post by linuxpun.. » Thu, 09 Sep 1999 04:00:00


It's at 120+, has just made 3 new billionaires...

Time to ask where is your sell point, or do you hold on for the ride?

Keep your eye on Applix, whose stock has performed well as of late.



> I bought a chunk at 46-something, and it's at 93-ish right now.
> I'd say it's a good investment.  Of course, I bought the day it
> went public (not the IPO, obviously).

> My reasons for buying are:

> 1: Philosophical - it's not MicroSoft
> 2: Greed - I hope it does well (so far, so good)
> 3: Support of "the cause" of Linux

> Of the 3, I'd like to see them all succeed, as measured by (2) above.

> Dave Hinz


> : You must be a computer geek!




> : says...
> : >
> : >On 4 Sep 1999 18:26:10 GMT,

> : >>I need an opinion from the technical side!!!
> : >
> : >Don't you have a student loan to contribute to?
> : >
> : >--
> : >William Burrow  --  New Brunswick, Canada             o
> : >Copyright 1999 William Burrow                     ~  /\
> : >                                                ~  ()>()

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