A Stock to Watch This Morning!
NOTE TO EDITORS: The Following Is an Investment Opinion Being Issued
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WESTON, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 11/17/03 -- Wall Street News Alert's
"stocks to watch" this morning are: Xfone Inc. (OTC BB: XFNE),
Superconductor Technologies (NASDAQ: SCON), Intel Corp (NASDAQ: INTC)
and Cisco Systems Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCO).
Aggressive investors need to watch Xfone Inc. (OTC BB: XFNE) this
morning! On Friday, the company issued a press release announcing that
it has achieved two records; a record third quarter and record nine
month generating unprecedented revenues and net income! This is great
news for investors!
Guy Nissenson, President and Chief Executive Officer of Xfone, said:
"Xfone has generated in one quarter (the quarter ending September 30,
2003) today what it used to do in three quarters last year. We are
especially encouraged by the recent success of our various marketing
initiatives, including Story Telecom, Oxfam, and others. We continue
to show a healthy net income stream and positive cash flow. Without
debt or other major constraints we will continue our efforts to
increase our market share in the telecommunications industry."
Investors should continue to watch Xfone!
Stocks showing interesting activity Friday were: Superconductor
(NASDAQ: SCON) up 23.6% on 12.9 million shares traded,
Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC) down 2.9% on 59.4 million shares
traded and Cisco Systems Inc.
(NASDAQ: CSCO) down 1.9% on 47.4
million shares traded.
Commentary: The Deficit
"Record imports impacted the trade deficit for September. The U.S.
trade deficit increased to $41.3 billion as imports climbed to an all
time monthly high according to the Commerce Department. These latest
figures showed that the country's trade activity gap grew by 4.4
percent up from August's $39.5 billion imbalance," Stated Sonja Rudd
in Wall Street News Alert's daily commentary continued at:
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