Industries, Apache Corp., PetroQuest, Parametric,
and Sanchez Computer Associates
CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 24, 2003--Buddy up with Tim Murray
and use this market expert's insight to make investment decisions that
will really matter today and in the future. Get a progress report on
some of the companies in his portfolio and some detailed information
on stocks that this Pro is considering. Get information on Sharper
Image (NASDAQ:SHRP), KVH Industries (NASDAQ:KVHI), Apache Corp
(NYSE:APA), PetroQuest (NASDAQ:PQUE), Parametric Technology
(NASDAQ:PMTC), and Sanchez Computer Associates (NASDAQ: SCAI). Click
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Here are the highlights from the Featured Expert column:
Sometime this spring, Murray wants to buy Sharper Image
(NASDAQ:SHRP) again. This company has really reached the critical size
that has enabled them to build a very well versed management team and
to develop various successful marketing approaches. Product wise, they
develop much of their own merchandise and get a very fat profit margin
KVH Industries (NASDAQ:KVHI) is another stock that Murray has
followed for a long time. Things are going well there but the stock
seems like it has outrun itself. The big potential sales driver is the
satellite TV antenna for SUVs and minivans. That is now supposed to
start shipping late in the second quarter of the year. At some point,
he does want to buy this again.
Apache Corp (NYSE:APA), the large independent oil company that
Murray bought partially because it was near its all time high, has
continued to act well. Bargain hunting in PetroQuest (NASDAQ:PQUE) has
been a mess so far. The potential is much better and it should work
out very well.
Murray also still thinks that it is a very good idea to own
Parametric Technology (NASDAQ:PMTC); it got hit in the last few
minutes of trading on Wednesday. He does look forward to getting back
into the plus column on this. Sanchez Computer Associates (NASDAQ:
SCAI) has been holding well and Murray should probably add some to the
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