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Few pros are ever neutral on Digital Equipment, one of the most volatile technology issues around. "You either hate it or love it, just like a cult stock," says money manager Tony Hitschler. The stock of this major minicomputer maker hit a peak of 190 in 1987, just before the October crash. Since then, it has been on the skids, sliding as low as 49 in mid-December.
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