Watch For Cns To Start Snoring

One New York money runner, who manages $400 million and makes sure he's fully invested in equities, seldom engages in short-selling. When he does, this money pro, who requests anonymity, has to feel that his case is airtight. He's shorting CNS (CNXS), which soared from 3 a share in 1994 to 25 by April, 1996, before easing to 18.

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