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Top Picks for 2000 (listed in order of ranking by analyst) Important note: not all the stocks listed are recommended, some are listed just to be complete and for comparison only. The ones with the * and highlighted in red are usually the more popular stocks.

Focus on Semiconductors, Internet, Software,  Communications, Biotech, & Technology  for the year 2000.

Name/Symbol/Ratings by Analyst/Chart/current price/(52 week high price)/Institutional Ownership %/PE/Shares Outstanding/Description/LongTerm Growth 

Updated: Feb 2000

Accident.Health Insurance

bulletTMK, AOC, AFL, UNM, CNC

Advertising Agencies

bulletCatalina Marketing (POS) (6,4)    /\  101(122) 88% pe 33, 18M Deals with manufacturers of consumer and pharmaceutical products.
bulletTMP Worldwide (TMPW) (6,2)   //   72(94) 99% 78M Services thru traditional and new (internet) media.
bulletInterpublic Grp (IPG) (5,4)   /\ / 48(58) 80% pe 43, 287M  Advertising in various media including TV, radio, cinema, magazine, newspaper, direct mail, electronic media.
bulletOMC  (4,4)  /\  83(107) 83% pe 41, 177M
bulletLAMR (3,4,2)  /\   51(70) 54% pe na, 61M

Aerospace/Defense-Prd/Svc

bulletARX, ATK, AIR, ORB, NNS(0,5,1)

Application Software: Hot Hot Hot Hot  revised 4/2/2000

bulletSiebel Systems (SEBL) (17,5)
bulletOracle Corp (ORCL)* (14,17,4) //   78 (90) 48.7% pe 122 2.8B. B2B software for wires business directly to the net, products for net-based exchanges. 2nd largest software (behind Microsoft) and maker of B2B products. competitors include Ariba, Commerce One, I2 Technologies Inc (ITWO). Ariba has more larger clients than CMRC.26%
bulletMicrosoft (MSFT) *(12,18,3)    106 (119) 42% pe66 5B 98eps 59rs Wide range of software products.24%
bulletComputer Associates International Inc (CA) (4,11,9) \   58 (79) 63% pe 44,  541M  Enterprise management, information management and business applications. 17%
bulletVeritas Software Corp (VRTS)  (6,16,1) //   131 (174) 61% pe na, 388M Independent supplier of enterprise data storage management solutions.48%
bulletITWO  (7,12,4)  \    122 (223)  88% pe 872 157M Provider of client/server based eBPO software products.44%
bulletBusiness Objects SA (BOBJ)  (6,6)  //  99.5 (150) 72% pe 165 36M Enterprise-wide, decision support software tools.36%
bulletCommerce One (CMRC) (3,13) //   149 (331) 24% pe na 72M.  CMRC and ARBA are the leaders in providing B2B software and services. Allows companies to buy and sell products on the internet. Cream of the crop. One of the leaders in providing software and services on the net. 55%
bulletSymantec Corp (SYMC) (6) //   75 (81) 83% pe 26, 59M  Utility software for business and personal. 24%
bulletSterlling Software Inc (SSW)  (5,1,1) /  33 (37) 83% pe 171, 82M Worldwide, systems management, business intellligence and application development. 18%
bulletCLRS (4,2) //   70 (144) 39% pe na 13M B2B solution that  automates the procurement and management of operating resources. 55%
bulletPUMA (4,1)  \ 50(102) 29.5% pe na 40M Mobile device management and synchronization software 45%
bulletNovel Inc (NOVL) (3,4,3)  /-   28 (44) 60% pe 48, 329M Leading provider of network and internet directory software and services. 22%
bulletADBE (4,6,3) /    111 (116) 71% pe 54 119M Graphic design, publishing and imaging software for Web and print productiion.27%
bulletBMC Software Corp Inc (BMCS) (4,13,11) \     49 (86) 91% pe 49, 244M Systems management solutions.27%
bulletMagic Software (MGIC) (3,1) /-   19 (33) 38% pe 44 29M Departmental and enterprise client/server applications. 50 countries.37%
bulletSonic Foundry (SFO) (2,2) // 97(129) 14% pe na, 8M  Create & edit digital audio/video content. 50%
bulletAdvent Software* (ADVS) (3,1) //- 45.8(65) 80% pe79, 29M  Industry's biggest vendor. Software for banks custodial accounts and foundations grant records. Investment advisors and brokers manage clients money and automate trading and bonds.33%
bulletAREM (2) //  34 (49) 10% pe38, 15M Targets manufacturing, healthcare, hospitality, and construction industries. na
bulletStarbase Corp (SBAS) (1) /--    9(17)  6.5% pe na, 42M Team oriened product development software.na
bulletOPTK (1) _|- 28 (45) (26%) pe na 7.2M B2B electronic commerce solutions. na
bulletHyperion Solutions (HYSL) (2,3,5) //\   32 (65) 80% pe 45, 32M Enterprise analytic application software. 19%
bulletClarify Inc (CLFY) (0,3,1) // 156(171) 65% pe 279, 24M Front office applications for managing the quality of life of customer relationships.
bulletPeopleSoft (PSFT) (2,2,15,0,1) /-   20(28) 46% pe 40, 245M Enterprise client/server and internet0based applications. 22%
bulletGeoworks Corp (GWRX)  (0,2,2)   //-  35.6(55) 21% pe na, 18M Software for emerging markets of mobile communicating devices.10%
bulletInformix (IFMX) (0,1,5)   //   16 (20.96) 37% pe na, 201M Relational database management systems. 15%
bulletDataWare tech (DWTI)  (na)   /\   8.7 (18.5) 23% pe na 10M , Create e-business solutions. na
bulletNETM na //-   5.7 (9.75) 24% pe na 63M Connecting personal computers to corporate mainframe & UNIX computers.na
bulletNetSol International (NTWK) (na) /- 64.7(80) 0% pe na, 8.5M International software developer, specializing in leasing and financing industry. O% institutional ownership!!!!! na
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Asset Management

bulletBEN, AMG, NEU, FII, TROW

Banks

bulletMEL(12,7,2), NFB, BKNG, STT, SUB

Biotechnology   revised 4/2/2000

bulletAmgen Inc (AMGN) (12,12,8) /-  60(76) 62% pe 61, 1B Global biotech company that markets human therapeutics based on cellular and molecular biology.
bulletMedImmune Inc (MEDI) (12,2) /   160(228) 92%, pe144, 68M Infectious and autoimmune diseases and cancer.
bulletBiogen Inc (BGEN) (9,7,11) /    70(129) 72% pe 53, 150M Drugs for human health care. AVONEX(R) for relapsing form s of MS.
bulletChiron Corp (CHIR) (3,8,6) /   41(71) 40% pe 47, 181M Three global healthcare business including biopharmaceuticals, blood testing, and vaccines. Pediatric and adult vaccines.
bulletImmunex Corp (IMNX) (2,9,9) /   55(83) 36% pe 757, 498M Treatments for cancer, infectious diseases and immunological disorders including rheumatoid arthritis.
bulletProtein Design labs (PDLI) (4,2,2)
bullet Abgenix (ABGX) (3) //\   144 (413) 62% pe na, 15M Antibody therapeutic products(transplant related disease, inflammatory and autoimmune disorders and cancer.
bulletLIFC (1,2) /  6 (12.6) 22% pe na, 11.9M Transplantable tissue graphs and products for blood cell prservation. AlloDerm (R) acelular dermal graft.
bulletGenta Inc (GNTA)  (na)  8(15) 44% pe na, 21M Multi-faceted approach. Balanced technical risk, novel drug delivery, US/European busines base.
bulletINCY (2,1,3,0,1) /\  79(289) 64% pe na, 31M Genomic information-based tools and services.
bulletGenentech (DNA) na    //  149(245) 31% pe na, 258M Leading Biotech company that uses genetic information.

Broadcasting TV revised April 23, 2000 new listing

bulletUnivision Communications (UVN) (5,6), Pegasus Communications (PGTV) (5,5), Fox Entertainment Grp (FOX) (8,4,2), Hearst Argyle TV (HTV) (1,6,3), Sinclair Broadcast Group (SBGI) (1,4,7)

Business Equipment

bulletKoala Corp (KARE) (9)  -- 13(18) 39% pe 17, 6M Leading designer, producer and worldwide marketer of innovative commercial products. 20% 
bulletPitney Bowes (PBI)  (5,4)   --  45(73) 78% pe 19, 265M
bulletXerox Corp (XRX) (2,5,10) \ 25(63) 65% pe 12, 665M Global company offers the widest array of documented-related business solutions, products and services in the industry.12% 
bulletHon Industries (HNI) (1,4,4) / 25(29) 42% pe 15, 60M Office furniture and accessories. Also, manufactures and markets hearth products.15%
bulletSteelcase Inc (SCS) (1,1,7) \ 12(21) 29% pe 10, 152M World's largest designer and manufacturer of products used to create high-performance work environments. 11%
bulletLEA \, MLHR--
bulletUltradata Systems (ULTR) na /\   6(28) 0% pe na, 3M  Hand held data retrieval devices.

Business Services

bulletDOX* (10,4) //   87 (96) 27% pe 181 205M Global holding company provides product-driven information system solutions to major telecommunication companies.
bulletNCO Group Inc  (NCOG) (8,3) \   29(54) 82% pe 25, 25M  Provider of accounts receivable management and outsourced services.
bulletCVG (9,1,2) //   37 (42) 60% pe 42, 152M A leading provider of outsourced information and customer management solutions.
bulletProfit Recovery Group International Inc (PRGX) (6,6) / \   18(47) 56% pe 44, 48M Leading provider of accounts payable and other recovey audit services to large businesses and govenmental agencies.
bulletCritical path (CPTH) (5,2) |--/ 78 (150) 36% pe na 57M Leading provider of email hosting services.
bulletHHS (3,8,2) --  20(29) 46% pe 20, 68M, 
bulletAkamai Technologies Inc (AKAM) (3,4) |-/\   160 (345) 7% pe na 93M Provider of global delivery service for internet content.
bulletCTAS   (2,8,2)  \ 36(48) 49% pe 36, 167M Corporate identity uniform programs.
bulletBreakway Solutions (BWAY) (1,3,1) /\ 43 (85) 21% pe na, 34M  Provides information technology consulting services to businesses. Longterm growth:53%

Business Software & Services: Hot Hot

bulletBEA System (BEAS) (9,2) 134(157) 56% pe na, 122M Provides cross-platform middleware solutions.
bulletSAPE (7,11,1) /\  81 (151) 50% pe 173, 55M Integrated management consulting services.LT Growth: 45%
bullet SCNT (4,15) // 92 (133) 29% pe na 70M, Integrated eBusiness and strategy and technology implementation. LT Growth: 57%
bulletRx (7,9,2)  \   16 (37) 78% pe 25, 298M Global provider of information solutions to the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries.
bulletFDC (6,7,2) --   44 (54) 85% pe 15,  416M Leading provider of credit card processing. 
bulletASDV (Aspect Development)  (6,6,2) // 64(100) 61% pe538, 58M   Improve product development and business processes.38%
bulletProxicom (PXCM) (6,5)  /  44(67) 45% pe na, 52M Leading provider of internet solutions to Global 1000 companies. LT Growth: 50% 
bulletPortal Software (PRSF) (6,5) // 55 (86) 48.5% pe na 158M Scalable customer management and billing software for providers of internet based services. LT Growth 60%
bulletAutomatic Data Processing ( AUD) (6,6,4) --   47 (56) 69% pe 39, 630M Provides computerized transaction processing. LT G: 14%
bulletMicrostrategy (MSTR) (5,4,1) /\ 96(333) 78% pe 333, 83M Enterprise DSS application & related services. LT Growth: 47%
bulletRadisys Corp (RSYS) (5,1,1) /  61(65) 98% pe 55, 16M 97eps Computer solutions used by OEMs for automation, telecomunications, medical transportation, test, measurement, etc.LT Growth: 36%
bulletTitan Corp (TTN) (5) //-   47 (60) 39% pe 64, 45M Leading provider of satellite communications systems, information technology solutions, and sterilization systems for customers worldwide.
bulletWind River Systems (WIND) (5,3)  31(66) 34% pe na, 72M Consulting services for advanced software operating systems 34%
bulletNETP (3,5) --   37.5 (66.5) 39% pe na 22M Leading provider of real time personalization and precision marketing software solutions. LT Growth: 50%
bulletPhone (PHCM) (3,4) //   146 (208) 32% per na, 68M Provider of software that enables the delivery of intenet-based services to mass market wireless telephones. LT Growth: 55%
bulletNew Era of Networks (NEON) (2,6)  -- 39(96) 58% pe na, 33M Application integration software. Flagship software suite is NEON. LT Growth: 49%
bulletInterVu (ITVU) (3,2,1) // 94(173) 44% pe na, 15M Provides web site owners withl ive and on-demand video with audio content over the web. Provides services to CNN, Intel, Microsoft, NBC, and more. LT Growth: 60%
bulletComm Touch Software (CTCH) (3) //    66 (67) 5% pe na 12M Global provider of email and other messaging service.
bulletPSWT (2,1) //  35 (54.5) 22% pe 213, 9M Services to IT vendors and IT users.
bulletECCS (1,1) //\   12 (25) 13% pe 87 11M Intelligent solutions for Open Systems and related markets. Sells full feature fault tolerate RAID product to NT an UNIX environments.
bulletEPNY (1,5) //\ 148 (324) 17% pe na 26M Software fof customer relationships. LT Growth: 45%
bulletAGIL (0,6) /-   75 (112) 34% pe na 23M  Product content management software. LT Growth 53%
bulletIINT (1,1,2) /-  8 (13) 41% pe 13, 32M B2B e-commerce servicers to manufacturers. LT Growth: 30%
bulletELCO (0,1) /\    15 (50) 7% pe na 28M  Interactive electronic commerce and markets PC products thru a subsidiary. Lt Growth 30%
bulletELON (0,1,1)  //\ 69 (113) 10% pe na 33M Hardware and software products that enables OEM and system integrations.LT Growth 40%
bulletVertel (VRTL) na  // 21(51) 15% pe na 25M, Software for the management and operations of telecommunications networks.
bulletARIS   na /\/   8.3 (18) 17% pena, 6M 
bulletCentura Software (CNTR) (na) /-  8(18.87) 4% pe na, 35M To deploy business applications in a cost effective manner. 

CATV Systems:  revised 4/1/2000

bulletComcast Systems (CMCSK)  (14,5,1)   /\  39(57) 75% pe 26, 751M Hybrid fibre-coaxial broadband cable communications network primarily thru QVC(its electronic retailing subsidiary). 14%
bulletAdelphia Comm (ADLAC)  (8,2)   \  46(87) 46% pe na, 123M Cable and local telephone operations. 16%
bulletCox Communications (COX) (6,10,4)    /-   45 (58) 26% pe 29.8, 598M Leading broadband communications company with US broadband network operations and investments in cable television progamming, etc. 14%
bulletCablevision Systems Corp (CVC)  (8,2,2)  --   58(91) 46% pe na, 172M Owns and operates cable television systems wth 2.8 M subscribers. 16%
bulletMediaOne Group (UMG)   (3,7,5)  --  77(83) 57% pe na, 611M
bulletUnited Pan-Europe communications NV (Upcoy)  (0,3)  //   208(238) 1.8% pe na, 145M Television and telecommunications company.
bulletAT&T Corp-Liberty Media Group (LMG.A)   na   //  51.44

Communications Equipment revised 4/1/2000

bulletTellabs Inc (TLAB)  (17,11,2) --/  59(77) 66% pe 42, 402M Voice, data and video transport and network access systems for telephone companies and business end users. LT Growth 30%
bulletL.M. Ericsson Telephone Co (ERICY)* // (10,12,2) /   85(105) 12% pe 125, 1.9B International leader in telecommuications. 24%
bulletADC Telecommunications *(ADCT) (10,11,2)  /  48(58) 74% pe 101, 30M, 97eps, 84rs, Global provider of voice, video, and data systems and solutions for telephone, cable TV,  internet, wireless and  private networks. 26%
bulletGeneral Motors Corp (GMH) (10,5,2)
bulletScientific-Atlanta *(SFA)  (8,10,1)  //   63(77) 64% pe 84, 158M, 86eps, 94rs, Advancec communicatins networks which deliver voice, data and video via broadband terrestrial and satellite networks.22%
bulletCovad Communication (COVD) (9,6,1) /   66(100) 39% pe na, 96M Provides high speed DSL service to ISP and enterprise customers. 50%
bulletCorning Inc (GLW)  (6,6)  //  188(216) 74% pe 102, 275M, 81eps,90rs, Global tech based corp with 3 segments: telecommunications (optical fiber and cable), advanced materials (glass products) and information display (TV glass panels.) 21%
bulletQualcomm Inc (QCOM) (7,7,6) /-   145(200) 40% pe 358, 708M, 99eps, 97rs, Leader in wireless technology.34%
bulletProxim (PROX) (7,2) // 120(176) 78% pe 538, 11M Wireless local networking products based on radio frequency technology. 36%
bulletGilate Satelllite Networks (GILTF) (6,3) /- 106(181) na, pe 108, 21M, 95eps, 91rs,  Complete end-to-end telecommunications and data networking solutions based on a very small aperture terminal satellite earth stations. 32%
bulletAdvancec fibre Communications (AFCI) (3,8,1) / 65(89) 65% pe 21, 79M  95eps, 97rs, Provider of telecommunications gear. 28.5%
bulletCopper mountain Networks (CMTN) (3,5) //   80(115) 35% pe 385, 47M Supplier of high speed DSL.45%
bulletPowerwave Tech** (PWAV) (3,5)  //   153(205) 86% pe 158, 20M, 95 eps, 96rs,  Ultra-linear radio frequency poweramplifiers for use in the wireless communications markets. 41%
bulletMercury Computer Sytems *(MRCY) (4,1) // 53(68) 70% pe 50, 21M Real-time digital signal processing computer systtems that transforms sensor generated data into images for human or computer analysis. 27%
bulletPCMS (P-Com Inc)  ((3,5,2) /   16.75(28) 58% pe na, 64M  Supplies equipment and services to access to worldwide telecommunications and broadcast networks.26%
bulletRCNC (2,7)  / 54(74) 35% pe na, 76M Provider to residential customers. 
bulletDigital Lightwave (DIGL) (3,1) //- 64(150) 21% pe 416, 27M Diagnostic products for fiber optic based networks LT Growth: 62%
bulletAdtran Inc (ADTN) (2,7,2) //\ 58(80) 32% pe 46, 39M High speed digital transmission products 23%
bulletDSP Group[DSPG) (2,4) / 62(71) na, 2pe 29, 26M, 90eps, 96rs,Maker of digital signal processing products.  27%
bulletDitech communications (DITC) (2,2) / 105(140) na, pena, 28M, 77eps, 99rs Provider of networking gear. 35%
bulletAdaptive Broadband (ADAP) (2,2,3) //|    104(209) 65% pe 88, 16M Supplier of wireless and satellite-based systems to support data communications, digital TV and telemetry networks. High speed internet access, transport and worldwide internet backbones. 23%
bulletNSATF (na) /-   10.75(32) 2.6% pe na, 21M Specializes in the design and manufacture of satellite and cable communictions equipment. 
bulletEagle Wireless International (EAG) (na) - 9.75(19.5) 0% pe 950, 18M Equipment and software used by paging and other wireless personal communication markets. na

Computer Based Systems revised 4/1/2000

bulletBlue Wave Systems, Inc (BWSI) (1,2)  //- 13(24) 29% pe na, 15M Programmable digital signal processing computing sub-systems that are used in telecommunications.
bulletFieldWorks Inc (FWRX) (1,0,1)  -- 2.44(3.5) .1% pe na, 8.8M Supports portable computing platform.
bulletVA Linux Systems (LNUX) (0,3)  |\ 62(320) 16% pe na, 41M Leading provider of integrated linux-based solutions. 40%
bulletMXWL, NIPNY

Computer Peripheral revised 4/1/2000

bulletCelestica (CLS) (10,7,2) /- 52 (57) 52% pe 140 185M,  71EPS  Canadian provider of electronics manufacturing devices for OEM. 31%
bulletNLCS (7,7,1) --,  43 (52) 75% pe 36 32M Global information service company. 19%
bulletBrocade Communications Systems *(BRCD) (6,5,1)  //  160 (179) 45% pe na 54M,  Leading provider of Fibre Channel switching solutions for Storage Area Networks. 44%
bulletSymbol Tech (SBL) (8,2,4) / 82(103) 95% pe 68, 88M Global provider of wireless networking and information systems.21%
bulletLexmark* (LXK) (6,4,1) /-  102 (135) 92% pe 47 129M ,94 eps, Global developer of laser, inkjet  and dot-matrix printers. 20%
bulletZebra Tech (ZBRA) (3,4) - 54(71) 91% pe 25, 31M  96eps, Broad range of thermal and thermal transfer bar code label printers, receipt printers, instant-issuance plastic card printers and secure identification printing systems. 20%
bulletEmulex  (EMLX) (3,3) //\131(224) 88% pe 217, 35M  Broadline of fibre channel host adapters, etc.28%
bulletFoundry Networks (FDRY) (3,2,1)  //\  126 (212) 14% pe 680 114M Comprehensive suite of high performance networking products.44%
bulletHauppauge Digital (HAUP) (0,1,1)  //\ 16(48) 6% pe 52, 8M Allows Pc users to watch TV 40%
bulletCommunication Intelligence Corp (CICI) (na)  \ 4.5(13) 8& pe na, 79M Computer interface, handwriting recognition, and dats security technologies and products to satisfy emerging markets. na
bulletPerfectdata (PERF)() /-  .3% pena, 3M Designs, assembles, and sell computer and office equuipment care and maintenance products. na09

Conglomerates revised 4/1/2000

bulletTyco (TYC) (15,2) /\/ 49(53) 78% pe 35, 1.7B Diversified manufcturing and service company.21%
bulletGeneral Electric (GE) (8,13)  /\/  158(164) 52% pe 51, 3.2B One of the largest and most diversified industrial corp.14%
bulletGEN )9,11) /\/ 130(159) 52% pe 43, 3.3B
bulletCBS (10,6,1) /\/ 57(65) 66% pe 54, 8%, 705M
bulletUTX (10,5,2) \ 61(75) 78% pe 18, 474M
bulletHON (8,5,1) \ 51(68) 72% pe 24, 795M
bulletTextron (TXT) (4,3,2) \ 60(90) 65% pe 4.1 146M Global multi-industry company with operations in 4 business segments: Aircraft, Automobile, Industrial and Finance. 14%

Consumer Services revised 4/1/2000

bulletIntercept Group (ICPT) (6,1) //\/-  24(32) 18% pe 27, 10M Suite of fully integrated electronic commerce products and services. 30%
bulletCarey International (CARY) (4,2) \  18(27) 38% pe 15, 9M One of the worlds largest chauffered vehicle service companies.23.75%
bulletDGIN (2,3) /\   63(86) 9.4%, pe na 14.4M
bulletCPC (1,2,3) \  18 (37) 39% pe 193, 36M Leading provider of parking services.20%
bulletWDRY  (0,2,1) \ 9(14) 66% pe na 13M  Leading supplier of outsourced laundry equipment services. 15%
bulletLDW (1,2,1,1)  \   1.44(7.9) 44% pe na, 330M Under lawsuit 20%

Contract Manufacturing revised 4/1/2000

bulletFlextronics Int (Flex) (15,6,1) /   66( 79) 86% pe 96.5, 115M 99eps,    Provider of advanced electronics manufcturing services to OEM 31% 
bulletSoletron (SLR) (11,13,1) \_ 38(49) 91% 57.5, 590M
bulletJBL (12,12,2) /   80( 89.5) 58% pe 76, 86M
bulletSanmina (SANM) (11,6,2) /   56(68) 88% pe 59, 59M Leading independent provider of customized integrated electronic manufacturing services. 30%

Credit Services  revised April 23, 2000 new listing

bulletProvidian Financial Corp (PVN)(16,6,2)25% \ 89(138) 79% pe 22, 142M A provider of lending and deposit products to customers.
bulletCapital One Financial Corp (COF) (12,10,1) \  47(60) 67% pe 25, 196M Holding company. Its subsidiaries are among the largest providers of MasterCard and Visa credit cards in the world. 23%
bulletAssociates First Capital (AFS) (8,15,2) 21(49) 77% pe 10, 728M A leading, diversified financial services organization,15%
bulletHousehold International (HI) (12,8,2) \ 41(52) 82% pe 14, 472M Loan products to middle-market consumers. 14%
bulletMBNA Corp (KRB) (9,10,4) 26(33) 71% pe 20, 801M Parent company of MBNA America Bank,N,A. Major independent credit card lender and is the leading issuer of affinity credit cards. Provides consumer loans and offers insurance and deposit products, 19%
bulletAmerican Express (AXP) (5,8,6) /\/ 143(169) 75% pe 25, 442M Travel related services, financial advisory services and international banking services throughout the world. 13%
bulletMorgan Stanley Dean Witter(MWD)(2,6,3) /\ 75(97)55% pe 16, 1.1B A preeminent global financial service firm 14%

Data Storage revised 4/1/2000

bullet*EMC (15,9,2)  /   129(133) 71% pe 143, 1B World's technology and market leader in intelligent enterprise storage systems. 30%
bulletNetwork Appliance Inc (NTAP)* (11,4,1) //+   79(124) 63% pe 483, 304M High performance data storage devices. LT Growth: 47%
bulletMTI Tech Corp (MTIC) (2,4)  // \  27.88 (54) 33% pe 103, 31M  International provider of high performance data storage solutions. 27%
bulletAdvanced Digital Information (ADIC) (2,3) / 35(50) 86% pe 91,  51M Broad range of products designed to enable organizations to manage increasng amounts of complex data. 26%
bulletSeagate Tech (SEG)  (4,6,3) /   66(66) 76% pe 16, 215M 18%
bulletQuantum Corp (HDD) (1,3,6) _/-  10(11) 72% pe na, 84M  17%
bulletWestern Digital (WDC) (0,1,10,1) -- 6.8(10) 17% pe na, 129M  

Department Stores

bulletNMG.A(0,2,3), KSS, FD, MAY, SKS, S

Diagnostic Substances (Biotech) revised 4/1/2000

bulletQLT Phototherapeutics Inc (QLTI)  (9,0,1) /-   49(85) 74% pe na, 64M Leader in photodynamic therapy. treatment for cancer, eye and other medical conditions.35%
bulletBiochem Pharma Inc. (BCHE) (7,3,6) --      21(35) 35.5% pe 22, 108M Focus on cancer and infectious disease. 21%
bulletDigene Corp (DIGE) (2,3) //\  45(58) 28.5% pe na, 16M Markets proprietary DNA and RNA testing systems. 40%
bulletNeoRx Corp (NERX) (1) /\    14( 70) 12% pe na, 21M Treatment for cancer, cardiovascular, and inflammatory diseases. 
bulletGenome Therapeutics Corp (GENE) (1) //\    22(75) 26% pe na, 20.5M Leader in the field of genomics-based drug target discovery. 
bulletBoston  Biomedica (BBII)  (0,2)  _|- 7 (16) 8.4% pe na, 4.7M Infectious disease including aids, hepatitis and lyme disease. 
bulletHuman Genome Sciences Inc (HGSI) (1,5,2) //\    84(232) 70% pe na, 51M Medical utility of genes.
bulletIdexx Laboratories Inc (IDXX) (1,2,1) --     22 (30) 81% pe 31, 36M Services for veterinary, fod and environmental markets. 23%
bulletCytogen Corp (CYTO)  | \    7 (22)15% pe na, 70M Treatment of cancer and other diseases. 
bullet TCLN (na) //\   4.6  (16) .9% pe na, 89M Production of monoclonal antibodies and therapeutic applications.

Diversified Communications Services revised 4/1/2000

bulletSprint Group (FON)  (8,8,1) -- 60(76) 61% pe32, 871M Long distance services. 14%
bulletCrown Castle International Corp  (TWRS) (9,2) /  36(42) 35% pe na, 156M Leading US and international provider of wireless communication and etc. 52%
bulletPanAmSAT Corp (SPOT) (6,9,1) -- 41(74) 9% pe 57, 149M Worlds largest commercial provider of global satelite based communications services. 23%
bulletAmerican Tower Corp (AMT) (8,6,2)  /    50(55) 77% pe na, 155M Leading independent owner and operator of communication towers in the US.41%
bulletEfficient Networks (EFNT)  (4,4) //  165(186) 15% pe na, 48M Worldwide developer and supplier of high speed DSL 45%
bulletNBC Internet (NBCI)  (4,2) //\  43(106) 0%, pe na, 51.9M Global integrated media company. LT Growth 60%
bulletASPT (2,8,1) //\ 37(69) 76% pe na, 48M Application specific telecommunicatins systems.23%
bulletOBAS (1,1,1)  / 23(45) 14% pe 52, 8M Enables MPEG based digital video over ATM and IP based networks.35%

Diversified Computer Systems revised 4/1/2000

bulletInternational Business Machines Corp** (IBM) (14,10,4) --   122(139) 51% pe 25, 1.8B Making major moves on the B2B side.
bulletSun Microsystems,Inc (SUNW) *(10,12,1) //   93(101) 58% pe124, 1.7B 94eps 84rs Worldwide provider of products.21%
bulletHewlett Packard Co *(HWP) (10,12,7)  /  130(155) 55% pe42, 1B Global provider of computing and imaging solutions. 14%
bulletMIPS Technologies Inc (MIPS) (4,3) /\/  56(111) 92% pe 85, 38M Leading designer and developer of RISC based microprocessor intellectual property. 45%

Diversified Electronics revised 4/1/2000

bulletJDS Uniphase Corp* (JDSU) (19,13,1) //   116(153) 84% pe na, 712M 98eps, 98rs,  Leading fiber optics47%
bulletSCI Systems (SCI) (12,8,3) / 47.5(49) 92% pe 40, 144M Electronic products for the computer, aerospace, defense, telecommunications, medical, and entertainment industries.22%
bulletDii Group Inc (DIIG) (9,3,1) // 106(115) 84% pe 64, 36M Printed wiring boards.28%
bulletElectro Scientific Industries Inc *(ESIO) (8,3,1) /  52(67) 89% pe 58, 26M Laser manufacturing, production  and test equipment, laser trim systems, machine vision systems and circuit fine tuning systems.26%
bulletAdvanced Energy Industries Inc (AEIS) (3,6,2) // 51(77) 53% pe 86, 28M Power conversion and control systems. 28%
bulletSpectrum Control (SPEC) (na)  / 11(17.5) 44.6% pe 31, 10.9M Broad line of control products and systems.
bulletPower-One Inc (PWER) (4,4)
bulletVishay Intertechnology Inc(VSH) (5,2,1), ABS

Drug Delivery revised 4/1/2000

bulletAlza Corp (AZA)  (8,2,2) --  36(53) 75% pe 42, 102M
bulletElan Corp (ELN)  (6,6,4)  --  46(44) 61% pe 32, 266M
bulletAndrx Corp (ADRX)   (6,1,2)  /  104(131) 32% pe 39, 31M  LT Growth41%
bulletAlkermes (ALKS)  (4,3,1) //- 89(197) 94.6% pe na, 26M Leader in drug delivery technologies. 30%
bulletBiovail Corp (BVF) (2,7,2)  //- 38(71) 53% pe 36, 62M  Oral controlled release products.25%
bulletEmisphere Technology (EMIS)   (2,3)  //  40(84.5)42% pe na, 124 

Drug Manufacturers/Major: revised  4/1/2000

bulletBristol Meyers *(BMY) (12,12,4) \ 57(79) 62% pe 28, 1.9B Pharmaceutical, consumer medicines, beauty care products, nutritional and medical devices.  LT Growth13%
bulletAbbot Lab (ABT)  (10,7,5) \ 35(53) 55% pe 22, 1.5B Pharmaceutical, diagnostic, hospital and Ross products and International. LT Growth 12%
bulletJohnson & Johnson(JNJ) (7,16,6) \ 70 (106) 60% pe 24, 1.4B Products related to health and well being. 13%
bulletMerck* (MRK) (9,13,8) \ 62(87) 54% pe 25, 2.3B Human and animal health products.12%
bulletPfizer (PFE) (10,8,10) \  36(50) 50% pe 44, 3.8B Health care, consumer health care and animal health. LT Growth 18%
bulletEli Lilly (LLY) (6,12,10) -- 62(97) 63% pe 25, 1B Neurosciences, endocrinology, anti-infectives, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, oncoogy, and animal health. 14.5%
bulletGlaxo Wellcome (GLX) (1,6,7) 60.5(70) 2.3% pe 37, 1.8B Largest drug company in the world. Prescription and nonprescription medicines.10.8%

Drug Manufacturers/Other revised 4/1/2000

bulletPolymedica Corp (PLMD) * (6,3) //   58 (59) 65.6% pe 52, 12M  Diabetes supplies and consumer health care. 29%
bulletForest Labs (FRX) (8,7,4) -/  84(87) 88% pe 59, 84M 71 eps  Sells branded and generic pre & non- prescription pharmaceuticals.28%
bulletVertex Pharmaceuticals (VRTX)  (4,5,1) /-  46(90) 48% pe na, 25M Viral diseases, cancer, autoimmune and inflammatory diseases, and neurological disorders 20%
bulletAlpharma (ALO)  (5,1,2)  --   27 (43) 84% pe 28, 27M  Generic and human pharmaceuticals and animal health products.24%
bulletMillennium Pharmaceuticals (MLNM) (4,3,2) //\  129(316) 72%,pe na  45M  Breakthrough drugs, therapeutics, gene to patient predictive medicine products. 27%
bulletAllerghan (AGN)  (3,5,2)  -- 50 (63) 83% pe 36, 134M Eyecare and specialty pharmaceutical products, ophthalmic surgical devices, OTC contact lens care, movement disorder and dermatological markets. 17.6%
bulletDURA  (3,3,6)  -- 12(19) 66% pe 18, 44M Allergies, asthma, pneumonia and related respiratory conditions. 25%
bulletCOR Therapeutics (CORR) (0,7)  _/-   65(103) 63% pe na, 25M Severe cardiosvascular diseases, including unstable angina, acute myocardial infarction, venous thrombosis and restenosis  na
bulletICOS (0,6) / 36 (68) 28% pe na, 45M Molecular targets in inflammatory and other serious diseases. na
bulletLigand Pharmaceuticals (LGND) (1,2,2) /- 17.7 (26.50) 25% pe na, 47M  Regular gene activity and the genetic processes affecting many diseases. na
bulletMicrocide Pharmaceuticals (MCDE) (0,1,1)  //-  13 (26)  33% pe na, 11M Serious bacterial, fungal and viral infections. na
bulletNEXL (na)  |-   4 (16.75) 7.8%pe na, 72M Specialized instruments, biologicals, reagents, sterile plastic sets and related products used in ex vivo cell research.

Drugs Wholesale

bulletBDY, CAH, AAS, PHCC, MCK, BBC

Electric Utilities revised 4/1/2000

bulletCalpine Corp (CPN) (10,5,1)
bulletIndependent Energy Holdings (INDYY)  (2,3)   // 45(57) 42% pe 80, 31M Largest independent marketer of electricity in the United Kingdom.30%
bulletDUK  -- 52, TXU --29 , FPL 46 , TE19 , SO 21,

Electronic Equipment revised 4/2/2000

bulletMotorola (MOT) (14,12,7)  /   146 (184) 60% pe 109, 714M Global provider of integrated communications solutions.20%
bulletGemstar International Group Ltd (GMST)* (7)  //   86 (107) 52% pe 195, 200M Enhance consumers' interaction with electronics products that delivers video & other data.36%
bulletEchostar Communication (DISH) (9,6,1)  //  69 (81) 71% pe na, 466M  Leading manufacturer and worldwide distributor of DTH satellite television products.LT Growth 65%
bulletEmerson Electric (EMR) (4,7,2) --   53 (71) 74% pe 17 431 M Broad range of electrical, electromechanical, and electronic products and systems. 10.6%
bulletHarman International Industries Inc (HAR) (4,1,1) --    60 (63.75) 92% pe 17, 17M Worldwide leader of high fidelity audio products.15%

Electronic Wholesale revised April 23, 2000 new listing

bulletKNT, HUG, CELL, WCC, GWW

Entertainment Diversified revised 4/2/2000

bulletTime Warner (TWX) ( 11,11)     \/\/    100(105) 68% pe 69, 1.3B Media and entertainment company. Cable networks, publishing, entertaiment and cable. 16%
bulletDisney *(DIS) (8,10,10)  \/   41(42.5)44% pe82, 2B  14% Worldwide entertainment company.  14.7%
bulletNews Corp (NWS) ( 6,5)  //  57(67) 10% pe 56, 942M 14% Printing and publishing newspapers, inserts, books, etc.14%
bulletViacom (VIA.B)  (4,6,11)   _/-    53(63) 71% pe 103, 696M  Operates MTV, VH1, Nickelodeon, paramount Picturrs, Blockbuster Video Stores, Paramount Parks, and simon & Schuster.20%
bulletGaylord entertainment (GET) (0,2,2)  /-27(33) 43% pe 9.4 33M Emphasizing family values, country music roots, (hospitality, creative contents, and interactive media.) 11%

Food-Major Diversified  revised April 23, 2000 new listing

bulletNestle (NSRGY) 89 World's largest foods company. Listed in the Zurich market.
bulletNabisco Holdings(NA) (4,10,3), General Mills (GIS) (5,6,5), H.J. Heinz (HNZ) (4,7,10), Campbell Soup (CPB) (1,2,13,0,2), Kellogg (K) (2,1,14,0,1), 

Gas Utilities

bulletEQT, KSE, STR, ATG, MCN

Home Health Care: DYII

Industrial Electrical Equipment revised 4/2/2000

bulletRayovac Corp (ROV) (4,2) -- 24(31) 88% pe 24, 27M Leading value brand.22%
bulletCable Design Tech (CDT) (3,1,2) / 34(43) 75% pe 21, 28M Leading manufacturer of advanced electronic data transmission cable. 13%
bulletASM Lithography Holding NV (ASML) (2,7,2) / 111(150) 47% pe 200, 139M Advanced lithography systems 27%
bulletUCAR international (UCR) (2,3,1) -- 13(28) 95% pe 17, 45M Manufacturer of graphite and carbon electrodes and cathoides in the world. 13%
bulletLittelfuse (LFUS) (2,3,2)   /  36(39) 97% pe 31, 19M Leading manufacturer of fuses and etc.14%

Information Tech Services: revised 4/2/2000

bulletMarchfirst Inc (MRCH) (11,11,3) /\ 36(81) 73% pe 76 56M  LT Growth 39%
bulletElectronic Data Systems (EDS) (7,6,4) /\ 64(76) 63% pe 75, 470M
bulletComputer Science Corp (CSC) (4,9,2) /\/ 79(94) 77% pe 35, 167M One of the worlds leader 17%
bulletCiber (CBR) (3,10,2) /\/ 20(29) 41% pe 68, 59M 21%
bulletSykes Enterprise (SYKE) (2,1,8) /\ 18(52) 52% pe 31, 42M   26%
bulletKeane Inc (KEA) (1,8,8) /\ 25(35) 50% pe 25, 71M  22%
bulletCambridge Tech Partners (CATP) (1,6,14)  /\ 13(27) 48% pe 454, 60M  24%

Insurance Brokers

bulletAJG, HRH, MMC, FHCC, CORE

International Brokerage-Natl  revised April 23, 2000 new listing 

bulletCharles Schwab (SCH) (5,6,3), Merril Lynch) (MER) (4,4,2), Lehman Brothers Holdings (LEH) (2,5,1), PaineWebber Group (PWJ) (3,3,3), AmeriTrade Holding (AMTD) (3,6,7)

Internet Info Providers revised 4/2/2000

bulletAOL *(24,13,3)   67(95) 49% pe 174, 2.3B Leader in interactive services. 48%
bulletYHOO (14,14,4) /-   171(250) 71% pe na, 526M Leading guide in terms of traffic, advertising, and household and business users. 50%
bullet VERT (9,8,1) //\   136 (296) 37% pe na, 35M Owns industry-specific Web sites designed as online B2B communities (vertical trade communities).50%
bulletLCOS (7,11,3) /-  70 (93) 47% pe na, 109M  50%
bullet[email protected] (ATHM) (7,7,3)  \ 32(99) 24% pe na, 369M Narrowband portal includes excite.com, broadband services, @Home, @Work, [email protected], MatchLogic and Enliven. 66%
bulletSportsline (SPLN) (3,5,2) --  29(83) 53% pe na, 23M Sports media & merchandise provider. 57%
bulletiVillage (IVIL) (3,3,1) /\   15(130) 18% pe na, 29M Leading online women's network. LT Growth 60%
bulletCHINA (0,1) //-   81(156) 8% pe na, 46M Asian internet company targeted to chinese language audiences. na

Internet Services revised 4/2/2000

bulletVerio (VRIO) (17,8,1)  /\  45(84) 66% pe na, 78M Services to small and medium sized businesses. 125,000 customer accounts in 37 Metro area. 44%
bulletJuniper Networks Inc (JNPR)* (10,4) //   263(312) 23% pe na, 155M A leading provider of internet infrastructure solutions.47%
bulletPSINet Inc (PSIX)* (9,4,1)  /   34(60) 60% pe na, 157M Leading global facilities based provider. 47%
bulletEarthLink (ELNK)  (8,4,1)  --   19(99) 0% pe na, 138M 41%
bulletLycos (LCOS)   (7,11,3)   --   70(93) 47% pe na, 109M 50%
bulletConcentric Network (CNCX) (5,7,3)  -- 55(61) .53% pe na, 42M Provides tailored, value added IP based network services such as virtual private networks, dedicated access facilities, remote access service,s and Web Hosting services to businesses and consumers.44%
bulletTicketmaster Online-City Search (TMCS) (4,1)  --  25(47) 49% pe na, 85M 55% Merger of CitySearch and Ticketmaster Online. 56%
bulletSoftnet Systems(SOFN)  (3,4) --  29(69)29% pe na, 26M Focused on partnering with small to mid-sized cable operators.50%
bulletInternet.com(INTM) (2,2) //\  41(72) 5.7% pe na, 25M LT Growth 77%
bulletInternet America (GEEK) (2,1)  -- 8(40) 3% pe na, 9.6M 
bulletPacific Internet Ltd (PCNTF) (1,1) --\  37(104) 4.6% pe 83, 10M Services in Singapore, Hong Kong, and the Phillipines and seeking to become the premiere ISP provider in the Asia-Pacific region. na
bulletNaviSite (NAVI) (0,4) //\ 121(329) 14% pe na, 28M Internet applications services provider.na
bulletMindspring (MSPG)  na  30.5

Internet Software & Services: HOT, Volatile, Big drops at end of 1st QTR

bulletExodus (EXDS)* (21,12) //   140 (179) 78%pe na, 170M Leading provider of internet systems with mission critical internet operations. .56%
bulletDoubleclick (DCLK) (12,10,1) /-   93 (135) 65% pe na,112M A leading provider of marketing and advertising solutions to thousands of advertisers and adveritising agencies.54%
bulletVignette (VIGN) (13,2) //\    160 (302) 72% pe na 56M Allows business to develope and manage online customers and increasing web-based revenues. 61%
bulletPriceline (PCLN) (10,5)   //\   80 (165) 24% pe na, 146M Demand collection system that enables consumers to save money on products and services and allows sellers to generate revenue. 65%
bulletVerisign (VRSN) (9,12,1)  //\   149(258) 85% pe na, 103M To conduct trusted and secure electronic commerce and communicatons. 55%
bulletEbay(12,10,5) --     176(255) 29% pe na, 129M Worlds largest and most popular person to person trding community. 50%
bulletAmazon (AMZN) (12,10,7)  --\    67(113) 26% pe na, 340M Leading online retailer of books, music, and other products.54%
bullet24/7 Medida (TFSM) (12,1,1) --  39(69) 53% pe na, 25M Internet advertising and direct marketing firm.50%
bulletS1 Corp (SONE) (10,1) /\   85 (142) 60% PE NA 27M Enable financial institutions to offer services on the internet. 52%
bulletInktomi (INKT) (8,10,1) /   195 (241) 43% pe na 108M A leading provider of scalable software applications to enhance the performance and intelligence of large scale networks.58%
bulletAriba (ARBA)* (7,13) //  209 (366) 32% pe na,96M One of the leaders in providing software and services on the net.61%
bulletBroadvision (BVSN)* (7,14,2) /+  44 (93) 54% pe 641,  242M  Enable businesses to conduct commerce, etc.47%
bulletSafeguard Scientifics (SFE) 9,3)  _/\  69 (99) 30% pe 59, 107M B2B internet centric holding and operating company. 19%
bulletRealNetworks (RNWK) (6,15)  -- 56 (96) 65% pe na, 148M Enable the delivery of streaming media content over the internet and intranets. 55%
bulletCitrix Systems Inc *(CTXS) (7,2,1)  // 66(122) na, pe 161, 181M Leading supplier of multi-user application server products for enterprise applications.43%
bulletE Trade (EGRP) (7,6,7) -- 14(42) 32% pe na, 291M Online investing services 41.57%
bulletGlobix Corp (GBIX) //\ (6,3,1) 38(67) 52% pe na, 34M A leading full service provider of sophisticated internet solutions to business enterprise.na
bulletICGE (5,7) /\    90 (212) 10% pe na, 264M An internet holding company engaged in B2B. 50%
bulletArt Technology Group (ARTG) (5,5)  //\ 65(106) 43%, pe na, 62M Suite of internet customer relatinsiip management commerce software applications.48%
bulletWebTrends (WEBT) (5,2)  / 72(76) 95% pe 654, 25M Leading provider of enterprise management and reporting solutions.56%
bulletPurchasePro.com (PPRO) (5,1) /- 72 (175) 12.5% pe na, 18M B2B electronic commerce services. na
bulletCMGI (4,7) _/-    113 (163) 31% pe 149, 279M Develops and operates internet and fulfillment services companies. Maintains investment in three venture funds: [email protected] 1,11,111. 45%
bulletISS Group (ISSX) (4,6)  / 116(141) 56% pe685, 40M Leading provider of network security monitoring.51%
bulletOpen Market (OMKT) (4,5,1)  / 25(65) 34% pe ma. 43M  Allows customers to engage in B2B and B2C internet commerce, information commerce and commercial publishing. 44%
bulletSWCM (4,3) //   129 (155) 30% pe na 41M Developer and provider of scalable messaging software applications for providers of internet communicatins and services. 50%
bulletAppNet (APNT) (4,2) //\ 47(71) 27% pe na, 31M Solutions to medium and large businesses. 43%
bulletKana Communications (KANA) (3,4)   //\ 68(175) 6 7% pe na, 57M Customer communication software and services for e-businesses. Allows companies to manage high volumes of in and outbound e-mail and Website-based communications.57%
bulletPhone (PHCM) (3,4) //   163 (208) 32% per na, 68M Provider of software that enables the delivery of intenet-based services to mass market wireless telephones. LT Growth: 55%
bulletEngage Technologies Inc (ENGA)* (3,3) //\    76(189) 11% pe na, 54M Provider of profile-based internet marketing solutions.na 
bulletAllaire Corp (ALLR) (2,6) / 75(94) 58% pe na, 26M Independent e-busines platform provider who's products (Allaire Spectra, ColdFusion, HomeSite, and JRun) are used by developers worldwide.
bulletIbasis Inc (IBAS)  (2,3) /-    41 (94) 21% pe na 33M Leading provider of high quality internet telephone services.75%
bulletCobalt Group (CBLT) (2,3)  /\  12 (34) 4% pe na 17M, Services to individual franchised automobile dealerships.40%
bulletLiquid Audio (LQID) (2,2)  _/\  13 (49)  53% pe na, 19M  Gives artists and record companies the ability to create, syndicate and sell music. 62%
bulletNetCreations (NTCR) (2) //   42 (70) 1 8% pe 114, 15M Provides direct marketing services that enables direct marketers to target consumers who have given permission to receive email messages in over 3000 categories. na
bulletSilknet Software (SILK) (1,6)  //\ 103(285)      44% pe na, 17M  Personalized marketing, sales, electronic commerce and customer support. 51%
bulletBackWeb Tech (BWEB) (1,3)  // 34(59) 13% pe na, 32M Enable companies to communicate business- critical, time- sensitive information with customers, partners and employees.50%
bulletE-Stamp (ESTM) (1,2) \  7 (44) 15% pe na, 39M Postage service. 62%
bulletCacheflow (CFLO)  (1,2)  /\ 118(182) 29% pe na, 35M  High performance, internet caching appliance.40%
bulletSciQuest.com (SQST) (0,9)  //\   25 (91) 22% pe na, 28M Marketplace for scientific and laboratory products.50%
bulletSpyglass (SPYG)  (0,2,1)  // 77(95) 31% pe 59, 17M  Leading provider of strategic internet consulting, software and professional services that enable content providers, service operators, and device manufacturers to capitalize on the potential of the internet.
bulletDigex (DIGX) (na)  // 110(184) 92% pe na 61M Provider of web hosting services to businesses and organizations.na

Investment Brokerage Regulation revised 4/2/2000

NLY 9(11), TWE 25(27), NITE 51(81), WDR 42, EELN (7), LM , BLK

Life Insurance

bulletJHF, MFC, AXF, AGC, LNC, MNY (1,4,4)

Long Distance Carriers

bulletMCI Worldcom (WCOM) (20,7,1) 40(64.5) 59% pe 30, 2.8B Global, broad range communications company.28.5%
bulletAT&T (T) (13,8,7) /\/\ 49(63) 44.6% pe 29, 3B One of the worlds leader providing voice, data and video communicatiions.12.75%
bulletViatel Inc (VYTL) (5,3) /\ 33.5(75) 53% pe na, 32M Provider of all distance communications. 30%
bulletPrimus Telecommmunications Group(PRTL)(5,1) 31.5(51.75) 54% pe na, 37M International and Domestic long distance. 
bulletGeneral Communications (GNCMA) (na) /\ 4.88(8) 37% pe na, 51M Alaska's leading cable television service provider. na

Major Airlines revised April 23, 2000 new listing

bullet AMR Corp (AMR) (6,7), Delta Air lines (DAL) (3,7),  NorthWest Air Lines (NWAC) (4,3,3), United Airlines (UAL) (2,6,2), US Airways Group (U) (0,2,7) 

Major integrated Oil/Gas  revised April 23, 2000 new listing

bulletConoco Inc (COCA) (11,5,4), Chevron Corp(CHV) (7,15,4), Texaco (TX) (7,11,5), BP Amoco PLC (BPA) 6,6,8), Exxon Mobile (XOM) (5,13,11)

Management Services  revised 4/2/2000

bulletDTPI (9,4) /\   65(107) 84% pe 119, 21M An e-commmerce consulting firm that helps its leading national and multinational clients create and implement digital strategies. 37%
bulletFYII (7,3)  --   27(35) 68% pe17, 14M  National single source provider of document management services to three primary client segments: healthcare institutions, professional service firms, and financial institutions. 21%
bulletUS Interactive (USIT) (4,1) /\   35(92) 13 pe na, 25M Helps companies take advantage of the business opportunities presented by the internet. 55%
bulletSVM (3,6,2) \    11(20) 29% pe 20, 310M Consumer services, management services, and employer services.16%
bulletXcelera (XLA) (na)  //\ 162(225) 5.8% pe na, 52M Holding company focused on European internet companies.na

Medical Instruments Supplies: revised 4/2/2000

bulletBAX (12,5,1)  --53(76)76% pe 22, 290M ,Products, systems, and services used primarily by hospitals, clinical and medical research, labs, blood and dialysis centers, rehabilitation centers, nursing homes and doctors' offices.13%
bulletGuidant Corp (GDT) (19,11,8)
bulletResMed (RMD) (2,2,1) // 71(81) 80% pe 58, 15M Equipment for sleep disordered breathing.26%
bulletStryker Corp (SYK) (5,8,3), Boston Scientific Corp (BSX) (4,12,14) 24, Becton, Dickenson (BDX) (4,6,9) 26, BAU, 

Medical Labs & Research revised 4/2/2000

bulletPharmacopeia Inc (PCOP) (5,1)  \  49(104) 47% pe 257, 20M Accelerate drug discovery and chemicals development (Small molecule combinatorial chemistry, high throughput screening, and simulations software.).57%
bulletTrimeris Inc*(TRMS) (4,1) /   49(68) 48% pe na. 14M Development of novel TPA that block viral infection.na
bulletILXO (3,2,1) /  42(54) 58% pe na. 21M Treatment and prevention of cancer. na
bulletIMPH (0,4) --   36(41) 51% pe 36, 8M Making medically optimal and cost-effective cancer management decisions for individual cancer patients. 31%
bulletPPDI (2,4,6) -- 16(38) 45% pe 14, 24M Life and discovery sciences segments. 23%
bulletEnzo Biochem (ENZ)  na  \  69(139) 15.7 pe 231, 25M Molecular biology and gnetic engineering techniques.na
bulletQuest Diagnostics (DGX) (5)

Money Center Banks revised April 23, 2000 new listing

bulletWells Fargo & Co (WFC) (13,10,3), Bank Of America ( BAC)(13,12,5), Citigroup (C) (10,11,2), Chase Manhattan (CMB), (11,7,3),   First Union Corp (FTU) (3,10,14), Bank One Corp (ONE) (0,7,16,0,1)

Mortgage Investments  revised April 23, 2000 new listing

bulletFannie Mae (FNM)(15,6,1) \ 61(74) 77% pe 17, 1B World's largest non-bank financial service company, 13%
bulletFreddie Mac (FRE)(12,4,1) \ 47(65) 81% pe 16, 695M Provides funds to mortgage lenders, 14%
bulletCountrywide Credit (CCR) (7,7,2)  \ 28(48) 83% pe 8, 113M Mortgage banking business in the US.13%
bulletDORL(2,2,1)
bulletAHR(2,1), 

Movie Productions/Theaters revised 4/2/2000

bulletMacrovision Corp (MVSN) (4,1)  // 86(94) 68% pe 453, 36M Video security tech and copy protection and video scrambling for motion pictures. 38%
bulletMGM 25, AEN 5, LCP 3.5, CKE 5.44, GCX 34

Multimedia/Graphics Software revised 4/2/2000

bulletERTS (Electronics Arts Inc) (9,5)  -- 71(124) 96% pe 34, 64M Interactive entertainment software. 22%
bulletMACR (Macromedia)   (6,4,1)  /   90( 100) 68% pe 220, 49M Innovative software tools, focused on maximizing opportunities in Web Publishing, Traffic and Learning. 36%
bulletSMTF (SmartForce PLC)  (5,6)  /   45(61) 0% pe 152, 48M  IT education and training needs of businesses and organizations worldwide. 32%
bulletPIXR (Pixar) (0,7,2) --  36(50) 23% pe 36, 46M New generation of animated feature films. 34%

Music & Video Stores

bulletHollywood Entertaiment Group (HLYW), Blockbuster (BBI), BGST, TWMC 

Networking & Communication Devices  revised 4/2/2000

bulletCisco (CSCO)** (23,13,1) /   77 (82) 57.6% pe 198.6.9B  98eps 81rs  Hardware and software solutions that Link computer networks.30%
bulletSycamore Networks, (SCMR) (5,3) // 129(199) 37% pe na, 236M Transport voice and data traffic over wavelengths of light 51%
bulletAether Systems (AETH) (3,2) /\ 181 (345) 16% pe na 34M Develops and delivers wireless data services across a variety of industries and market segments.na
bulletBlack Box Corp (BBOX) (3,3,1) /\/  69 (78) 82% pe 28, 19M Worldwide technical service provider of computer communicatins and networking services. 20%
bulletCabletron Systems (CS)  (6,2,8) \    29(52) 55% pe 12, 182M Wide range of standards-based LAN and wide area network connectivity hardware and software products. 21%
bulletMMC Networks (MMCN) (2,8,5) \   33(60)  pe 94, 31M Leading supplier and developer of network processors. 35%
bulletAPEX (2,2) / 37(51) 89% pe 41, 20M Stand alone switching systems and integrated cabinet solutions.34%
bulletJNI Corp (JNIC)  (2,1,1)  /- 50(114) 11% pe 424, 22M Designer and supplier of fibre channel hardware and software products (to form storage area networks SAN).37%
bulletCybex Computer Products *(CBXC) (1,2) // 37(48.5) 86% pe 46, 19M, 97eps,Computer keyboards, video monitor and mouse switch, extension and remote access. 22%
bulletNewbridge Networks (NN) (3,6,8,0,1)  --    32 (39) 28% pe 26, 182M World leader in design, manufacture, and support of digital networks for wide area and local area network applications. 24%
bulletCOMS (5,9,14)  \   55(119) 54% pe 22, 342M Provider of broad-based LAN and WAN systems. 20%
bulletNetwork Equipment Tech (NWK) (0,2,2)  -- 10(15) 73% pe na, 21M Mission critical WAN applications. 20%
bulletXybernaut (XYBR)   na  \   17 (30) .4% pe na 36M  Patent for transferable core (brains of a PC.  na

Oil & Gas Drilling/Exploration revised July 30, 2000 new listing

bulletDevon energy Corp DVN (18,7)
bulletAnadarko Petroleum Corp (APC) (16, 8,3)
bulletTransocean Sedco Forex (RIG) (14,10,2,0,1)  / 49(56) 72% pe 47, 210M Worlds largest offshore oil-drilling contractor. 22%
bulletNoble Drilling Corp (NE) (15,8,2)  / 43(58) 89% pe 68, 133M Leading provider of diversified services.24%
bulletOEI (14,5,1)
bulletR&B Falcon Corp (FLC) (12,6,4) /- 20(25.5) 65% pe na, 194M Marine contract Drilling23.4%, 
bulletApache Corp (APA) (10,16,2)
bulletGlobal Marine Inc. (GLM) (11,11,6) / 27(72) 70% pe 72, 175M A holding company. 21%
bulletDiamond Offshore Drilling (DO) (12,5,7,0,1) /\/\ 37(44) 94% pe 61 135M Wholly owned subsidiary.18%
bulletNewfield Exploration (NFX) (9,12,2)
bulletBurlington Resosurces (BR) (8,11,8)
bulletESV (10,7,8)
bulletTriton energy LTD CA (OIL) (5,3,2) 
bulletHP (4,3,2), THX, 

Oil & Gas Equipment/Services  revised April 23, 2000 

bulletHalliburton Co(HAL) (11,14,3) - 42(51) 75% pe 63, 443M One of the world's largest diversified energy services, engineering, maintenance and construction companies. 19% 
bulletBaker Hughes Inc (BHI) (11,13,6) \/ 30(36) 81% pe 298, 329M Operates in the oil field, chemicals and process equipment industry segments. 24%
bulletBJ Services (BJS) (6,10,4) / 64(76) na, pe na, 75M Leading provider of pressure pumping and other services serving the petroleum industry worldwide.16%,
bulletCooper Cameroun Corp (CAM) (8,10,8) / 69(71) 86% pe 89, 51M Leading international manufacturer of oil and gas pressure control equipment. 25%
bulletSmith International (SII) (5,5,10) / 76(82) 83% pe 66, 50M Leading worldwide supplier of premium products and services to the oil and gas exploration and production industry.32%

Online Financial News  revised 4/2/2000

bulletCNET (8,7,1) --  50 (79) 45% pe 60, 73M Media company that provides consumers with authoritative information.45%
bullet(Infospace.com *(INSP) (7,2) \/   145 (277) 48% pe na, 96M Leading aggregator and integrator of content services for syndication to a broad network of affiliates including internet portals, PC's, cell phones, etc. 63%
bulletGo2Net (GNET) (4,2,1) --   80 (111) 23.5% pe na, 30M Go2Network include MetaCrawler, PlaySite, StockSite, Silicon Investor, HyperMart, and WebMarket. 54%
bulletMarketWatch (MKTW) (3,5) --   34(107) 17.6% pe na, 13.8M Comprehensive, real-time business news, financial programming and analytic tools. 62%
bulletTheStreet(TSCM)  (2,4,1) \ 9(71) 33% pe na, 24M Comprehensive and trustworthy financial news. 62%
bulletMultex (MLTX) (2,2) - 37 (71) 43% pe na, 26M Leading provider of online investment research and information services. 85%
bulletDow Jones (DJ)  (3,5,6)  /-  71(73) 71% pe 24, 89M Global provider of business news and information. 10%

OTHER:

bulletMOOR, FONX,  CNKT, HRCT,  PRCT, SDTI, TRAC, VRTC, DT,  MDT, MGC 16.75, MIL, GigaMedida ( GIGM) 68 (91) na, ADGI .56, CCRI .01, EGPDF .84, ECG, BUGS 2.44, FNTS, ECNC 10.25, EDIG 9.59, GN, SNMM 3.81, VRTK 1.13, RSAI, LGHLY, WAVC (8), sfst,
bulletNortel Inversora SA (NTL)  na  22
bulletTalk Visual Corp (TVCP) 3.10

Personal Computers  revised 4/2/2000

bulletDELL*  (17,12,4)  --   53 (59) 44% pe 87,2.5B   33%
bulletGateway (GTW) (13,10,2)  -- 55(84) 43% pe 40, 316M 23%
bulletApple* (AAPL) (7,14,2)    /  135 (150) 68% pe 37, 161M  17%
bulletCPQ   (7, 17,9)  --   27 (35) 42% pe 79  1B  20%
bulletMicron Electronics (MUEI) 1,6,8)  -  14 (20) 13% pe 33, 96M 19%

Personal Products revised April 23, 2000 new listing

bulletEste Lauder Cosmetics (EL) (3,7,1), Colgate Palmolive (CL) (3,9,5),  Dial Corp (DL) (3,6,1),  Avon Products (AVP) (2,7,3), Gillette (G) (3,5,9)

Printed Circuit Boards (see Contract Manufacturing)  revised 4/2/2000

bulletSoletron Corp (S LR) (12,11,1) 40(49) 92% pe 49, 592M Independent provider.33%
bulletJabil Circuits ( JBL) (12,12,2) 43(45) 58% pe66 173M Electronic circuit boards and systems for OEM, 30%
bulletFLEX (15,5,1) / 70(79) 86% pe 94, 115M Advanced electronics manufacturing services to OEM  32%, 
bulletSanmina Corp ( SANM) (11,7,2) /  67(68) 89% pe 63, 118M Leading independent provider of customized integrated electronic manufacturing services 30%
bulletPlexus Corp( PLXS) (7,7,1)66(74) 53% pe 56 17M Products realization services to OEM in the medical, computer, industrial, networking, telecommunications and transportation electronic industries. 23%
bulletParlex Corp (PRLX) (2,1)  /-  30.5(39) 25% pe 28, 4.8M Leading supplier of Flexible interconnects (circuits, laminated and flexible/cable hybrid circuits.) na

Processing Systems/Products: HOT HOT HOT  revised 4/2/2000

bulletNortel Networks *(NT) (16,13,3)  //    126 (144) 31% pe na, 1.3B, 97eps, 90rs, Telecommunications equipment industry. 21%
bulletCIEN *(8,11,1)  //   126 (189) 58% pe na, 139M Multiplexing systems for fiberoptic communications network.31%
bulletLucent Tech ( LU)  /\/\/ (15,12,11)   62 (84) 43% 3.1B Leading designers, developers and manufcturers of communicatins systems.23%
bulletComverse Technology Inc (CMVT)**  (11,3) \   189 (247) 87% pe 88, 76M, 98eps, 85rs, Special purpose computer and telecommunications systems for multimedia communications. 29%
bulletPolycom Inc (PLCM)* (5,4)   \  79 (133) 71%  pe 98, 32M Audioconferencing, videoconferencing and dataconferencing products that facilitate meetings at a distance. 38%
bulletAlcatel S.A. (ALA) (5,3,3)  /  44 (55) 7% pe 63, 921M World wide leader in communicatins, transportation, and energy infrastructures. 14%
bulletTekelex (TKLC) * (3,4)  \  37 (54) 55% pe na, 55M Switching solutions and diagnostic systems for the global communicatins marketplace. 30%
bulletInter Tel Inc Cl A (INTL) (2,3) \ 27(46) 57% pe 27, 26M Digital business telephone systems.25%
bulletTollgrade Communications. (TLGD) (2,3) / 67(84) 50% pe 75, 11.9M 98 eps and rs, Provider of telecommunications test gar and services. 20%
bulletRit Technology (RITT) (1)  \  10 (20) 4% pe na, 8M Premise wiring products. 28%
bulletZamba Corp (ZMBA) (1)  \   10 (22) 12.6% pe na, 31M Provides management solutions to Fortune 500 companies.na
bulletECI Telecom (ECIL) (2,1,3)  \    31 (42) 43% pe 18, 95M End to end digital communications solutions for todays networks.
bulletSeachange International (SEAC)  (1,1,2)  //  61 (76) 35.8% pe na, 20M Leading provider of software-based products to manage, store and distribute digital video for cable television operators and telecommunication companies. 25%
bulletLVLT (9,6,3)

Property Management revised 4/2/2000

bulletBoston Properties (BXP) (7,7,1) -- 31(37.5) 86% pe18.5, 68M Self managed real estate investment trust.  9.6%, 
bulletArden Realty Group) (ARI)  (4,3,4,1) 21(27) 82% pe 13.6, 63M REIT in Southern California 8%
bulletIntergroup Corp (INTG) ()na) // 20(22) .3% pe 4, 2M 76 eps  Purchases real property of various types.na
bullet CTR(2,4,3), CPP(0,6,5), 
bulletTZH(7,4,0,0,1) 15(22) 54% pe 25 158M)

Publishing Books

bulletMHP(8,5), H, IHI, HTN, RDA

Recreational Goods/Other  revised 4/2/2000

bulletFossil (FOS)L (3,5)  --  23(36) 45% pe 15 32M Fashion watches and accessories.   20%,
bullet MP3.com (MPP) (3,3) -- 21(105) 10% pe na 68M Online music distributor. na , Zomax** (ZOMX) (2,1,1)  // 60(70) 55.5% pe 38, 15M Outsource service provider to software publisher, computer manufacturers and other producers of multimedia products. 22%
bulletSteinway Musical Instruments  LVB (2,1,1) 18.8 (27) 73% pe 10 9M Worlds leading manufacturer of musical instruments., 14%
bulletJostens (JOS) (0,0,2) 24(24) 66% pe 19 33M Leading manufacturer and marketer of school-related affinity products and one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of corporate based affinity products taht help people celebrate importantmoments. 10%

Property Casualty Insurance

bulletAIG, CB, ALL, SAFC, PGR

Research Services  revised 4/2/2000

bulletAC Nielsen Corp (ART)  (6,2) --   22.5(32) 87% pe 17, 57M Leader in delivering market research. 100 countries around the globe. 24%
bulletCREE* (3,4)   \   112(202) 61% pe 191, 33M World leader in the development and manufacture of semiconductor materials and electronic devices.30%
bulletCLB (4,3) --   29(29) 49% pe 264, 30M Optimize reservoir performance and maximize hydrocarbon recovery from their producing fields. 17%
bulletQTRN (3,6,8) -\   17(45) 70% pe 27, 114M Management services to the global pharmaceurtical, biotechnology, medical device, and healthcare industries.22%
bulletGene Logic (GLGC) (2,2,2) \  42(152) 51% pe na, 20M Global pharmaceutical and life science industries. na
bulletPRXL (0,3,7) --   10(27) 63% pe 16, 25M Leading contract research and medical marketing organization.17%
bulletSCON  (1)  \  41(115) 4% pe na ,8M Products made from superconducting materials and related cryogenics. na
bulletENBC na \ 10 (30) 41% pe na, 6M Petroleum refining and production industries. 
bulletISCO (na)  - 7(9.78) 5% pe nana, 12.5M Front-end equipment products for wireless telephony base stations. na

Scientific Tech/Instruments: revised 4/2/2000

bulletVeeco Instruments (VECO)  (7,5,2) \  74(122) 76% pe64, 18M Microelectronic products for the data storage, optical telecommunications and semiconductor industries.24%
bulletBeckman Coulter (BEC) (5,7,1)  --   64(65) 70% pe 18, 29M Variety of laboratory needs.  13%
bulletAgilent (A)* (5,5,1)  --   104(162) 10% pe 70, 452M  (85% owned by HP) Majority owned by HWP. Global diversified technology company. 20%
bulletSepracor (SEPR)  (5,5,2) _ /-   72(126) 70% pe na, 65M Improved versions of widely prescribed harmaceutical compounds. na
bulletWaters Corp (WAT) (4,4)
bulletPe Corp-Celera Genomics Group (CRA)  (4,3)  \  92(276) 79% pe na, 52M Proprietary gene products and genetic markers. 41%
bulletCYTYC Corp (CYTC) (4,3,3)   / /  48(57) 48% pe 160, 36M Sample preparation system for medical diagnostic applications.46%
bulletMillipore Corp *(MIL) (3,2,2) //  56(67) 84% pe 39, 45M Market leader in the field of separations technology (liquids & gasses).16%
bulletMeasurement Specialties (MSS) (2,1) // 25.5(30) 14% pe 22, 3.9M Digital electronic measurement products. 20%
bulletVarian (VARI) (2,1)  \ 38(50) 86% pe 106, 31M Scientific instruments, vacuum, contract electronics.16%
bulletNanogen (NGEN) (1,3) \  34(101) 31% pe na, 19M Medical diagnostics, biomedical research, genomics, genetic tsting, forensics and drug discovery. 55%
bulletCaliper Tech (CALP) (1,2)  \  80  (202)23% pe na, 21M Leader in lab-on-a-chip technologies. na
bullet DAIO na  _| (4 (7) 16% pe na, 7M Equipment for programmable circuits.  na
bulletLB na, NEWP (1,5), ELNT ((1,4), ANEN (2,3), 

Security Software and Services  revised 4/2/2000

bulletCheck Point Software Technologies Ltd* (CHKP)  (10,4,2)  \ 171 (295) 48.3% pe 146 74M Protect information assets.37%
bulletEntrust Technologies Inc *(ENTU) (6,4,1)  /  85 (150) 34% pe na, 53M Leading global provider of public-key infrastructure products.48%
bulletRSA Security (RSAS) (4,9,3) \  51 (93) 69% pe 12 39M Leading provider of enterprise network and data security solutions. 31%
bulletAxent Technologies (AXNT) (2,6,4) -- 18 (37.5) 29% pe na 28M Security solutions 32%
bullet NETA(2,9,6,0,1) -- 32 (51)  42% pe na. 139M

Semiconductor-Broadline: HOT   revised 4/2/2000

bulletIntel Corp** (INTC) (20,13,6)  /    131(145) 52% pe 62, 3.3B 80eps Worlds largest chip maker. 19%
bulletTexas Instruments Inc (TXN) (15,14,4,1)  /   160(200) 75% pe 95, 814M Electronic equuipment industry. 24%
bulletConexant (CNXT) (8,10)  \   71(132) 48% pe 120, 202M Worlds largest independent company focused exclusively on providing semiconductor products for communications electronics. 27%
bulletSTMicroelectronics N.V. (STM) (11,3,2) //  187(221) 10% pe 111, 296M Wide vafiety of integrated circuits and discrete devices.
bulletE-Tek Dynamics Inc (ETEK)  (6,11) //   235(315) 44% pe 490, 68M, 95eps, 96rs, Leader high quality passive components and modules for fiber optics networks.33%
bulletNational Semiconductor Corp (NSM) (9,8,2)  //-   60( 85) 78% pe na, 172M Wide variety of products including microprocesors, analog, mixed signal and dother integrated circuits.17%
bulletAdvanced Micro Devices Inc (AMD) (7,7,9)  /    59(60) 57% pe na, 152M  Wide variety of industry standard integrated circuits.16%
bulletIntegrated device Tech (IDTI) * (6,1,1)  //   39(46) 70% pe 43, 93M Commmunican memories, networking devices, and high speed srams. 19%

Semiconductor Equipment/Mtrl:    HOT  revised 4/2/2000

bulletApplied Materials Inc (AMAT)* (14,15,2) //   94(110) 72% pe 73, 772M Global leader in wafer fabrication systems. 24%
bulletLSI Logic *(LSI) (16,5,3)  //   72(90) 73% pe 80, 302M Leader in integrated circuits and storage systems. 21%
bulletTeradyne Inc *(TER) (9,11)  //   82(94) 90% pe 76, 172M Automatic test equipment and related software fpr tje electronics and communications industries.  24%
bulletLam Research Corp (LRCX) (11,8,2)  //   45(56) 94% pe 102, 120m Used in the fabrication of integrated circuits.22%
bulletNovellus Systems Inc (NVLS) (12,7,3)  //     56(70) 81% pe 88, 117m Deposition systems used in the fabrication of integrated circuits. 27%
bulletKLA-Tencor Corp* (KLAC) (10,8,4)  //  84(91) 82% PE 117, 183m  Management solutions and process monitoring systems. 25%
bulletKulicke & Soffa Industries (KLIC) (5,8,1)  //   64(87)72% pe 355, 23M  Capital equipment and packaging materials.18%
bulletIFR systems (IFRS) (1,1)  /-   6(13) 46% pe 9, 8M Markets communications, test and measurement, avionics, and fiber optic test instruments. 25%

Semiconductor Integrated Circ: Strong buys here but high PEs   revised 4/2/2000

bulletVitesse Semiconductor Corp (VTSS)* (13,8) _/   96 (115) 76% pe 204, 157M  Supplier of high performance integrated circuits.39%
bulletSDLI* (13,8) //    212 (244) 82% pe575 62M Fiber optic and satellite communications, medical field and defense use. 41%
bulletPMC-Sierra Inc (PMCS)* (16,7,2) //    203 ( 255) 78% pe 339, 139M  High performance semiconductor systems. Used for broadband.41%
bulletBRCM (8,15,1)  /   242 (253) 41% pe 674, 208M Highly integrated silicon solutions.46%
bulletAMCC (10,2)   // 150 (158) 72% pe 577, 108M High bandwidth silicon solutions. 44%
bulletIRF (7,1) Technology pioneer and leading designer and manuracturer of power semiconductors that refine electricity from wall outlets or batteries into a more usable form.
bulletRF Micro Devices ( RFMD) * (4,9) /+   134 (184) 54% pe 240, 80M Radio frequency circuits (rfic)for wireless. 44%
bulletMXIM  (6,7,2) -   71 (74.5) 94% pe 99, 277M Analog circuits. 28%
bulletBurr-Brown Corp (BBRC) (4,7) / 54(66) 61% pe 70, 55M Analog and digital signal processing. 22%
bulletTriquent Semiconductor (TQNT)  (5,5,4) //\   73.5 (135) 80% pe 110, 37M  Analog and mixed signal integrated circuits with gallium arsenide technology. 34%
bulletGlobeSpan (GSPN) (2,3)  // 102 (167) 98% pe na 57M  Worldwide developer of advanced digital subscriber line integrated circuits.33%
bulletPOWI (1,3,1) 21(68)
bulletSIPX (2,1,1) --/   35 (46) 86% pe 126, 21M Value added analog interated circuits.32%
bulletVirata (VRTA) (1,2)  //    100 (222) 11% pe na 22M  Provides communication processors combined with integrated software modules utilizing digital subscriber llines.55%
bulletCalifornia Micro Devices (CAMD) (1)  /  27 (45) 27% pe na 10M Passive electronic components for OEM.75%
bulletMRV Communications (MRVC) (1,0,1) // 91(194) 51% pe na, 27M  High speed network switching and fiber optic transmission systems.32%
bulletSiliconix (SILI) (na ) 95(165) 36% pe 43, 30M Products for communications, computer, and automotive markets and for instrumentation and industrial application. na 
bulletMicrel Inc (MCRL) (4,2)  / 77(131) 64% pe 94, 41M High performance analog power integrated circuits and mixed-signal and digital integrated circuits.33%
bullet 

Semiconductor-Memory Chips   revised 4/2/2000

bulletSSTI (Silicon Storage Tech) (4,4) //   73(86) 43% pe na, 24M Flash memory ICs based on SuperFlash technology. 47%
bulletATML (Atmel Corp) (7,6,2) //    51(61) 64% pe 129, 221M Nonvolatile memory and logic integrated circuits using metal-oxide semiconductor technologies. 22%
bulletMU (Micron Technology) (10,8,5,1) --/     126(143) 60% pe 78,  270M  Memory products and personal computer systems. E-services including internet access and integrated information systems solutions. 
bulletGALT (Galileo Tech) (4,4,4)  --    18(34)na, pe 32, 41M Advanced digital semiconductor devices. 34%
bulletRMBS (Rambus)  (1,1,2)  //\   294(471)41% pe795, 24M High speed chip to chip interface technology.63%

Semiconductor-Specialized  revised 4/2/2000

bulletXilinx Inc(XLNX) (16,9,2,1)  //   83(88) 83% pe 125, 321M  CMOS programmable logic devices.28%
bulletLSI Logic *(LSI) (16,5,3)  //   72(90) 73% pe 80, 302M Leader in integrated circuits and storage systems. 21%
bulletAltera Corp* (ALTR) *(15,9,4)  /   89(99) 83% pe 83, 199M
bulletAnalog Devices (ADI) (12,7,1) / 72(94) 81% pe 99, 353M World leader of analog, mixed signal and digital signal processing integrated circuits used in signal processing applications. 26%
bulletLSCC (10,6,4,1)  /   68(82) 96% pe na, 47M  Programmable logic devices (PLDs) 24%
bulletLLTC (7,10,4) --   55(62.5) 90% pe 77, 311M Linear integrated circuits for wide variety of applications. 26%
bulletMCHP (7,5,2)  /   66(77) 91% pe 72, 76M 8-bit microcontrollers, application specific standard products.
bulletESS Technology (ESST) (1,1) /-   17(26) 31% pe 20, 41M  Highly integrated mixed signal semiconductor.21%
bulletARM Holdings PLC (ARMHY) (1,6) //- 197( 250) 5.4% pe 592, 67M  RISC microprocessors and related tech.

Specialty Chemicals

bulletOMG, CK, CBM, FOE, GLK,  BOA

Sporting Goods

bulletDFXI  /-26, ELY, BC, OO, RGR
bulletCoastcast Corp (PAR)  na /-  16

Staffing Outsourcing/Services

bulletKorn/Ferry International (KFY)  (2,3)  // 31(44) 30% pe na, 36M
bulletInterim Services (IS)  / 27(28) 82% pe 21, 63M
bulletRHI -, MPS /-,  MFAN ,  PGA -

Surety Title Insurance

bulletABK, RDN, MTG(8,3,2), PMI, MBI

Tech Systems Software  revised 4/2/2000

bulletMERQ  (10,3,1) //   79 (134) 98% pe 203, 79M Automated software testling solutions.39%
bulletRational Software (RATL) (8,1,1) / 76(105)  87% pe 89, 86M  Software development tools 31%
bulletParametric Tech (PMTC)   (6,4,2) --   21 (35) 86% pe 58, 274M  Windchill Factor e Series. 22%
bulletSNPS (5,4,2) --   48 (75) 92% pe 21, 71M Wide range of ICs. Also, consulting service. 21%
bulletAutodesk Inc *(ADSK) (1,6,3)  /   45(56) 73% pe 284, 61M. Drafting software and multimedia tools. Its AutoCad is one of the world's leading computer-aided design tools. 18%
bulletInfosys Tech (INFY) (0,3,1)  // 193 (375)3.3% pe 507, 132M An India  based IT service company. 50%
bulletDASTY (1,1,2)  / 91 (121) .6% pe 103, 105M Software products for CAD(design), CAM(Manufacturing), and CAE(engineering). 25%
bulletMENT (1,4,6) -- 15 (18.5) 83% pe 504, 64M Electronic design automation products and allows engineers to test electronic systems. 16%

Telecommunications

bulletMCI Worldcom INC (WCOM)  (25,6,1) \    46(64) 65% pe 34, 2.8B
bulletAT&T (T) 16,9,6) \/   5363) 46% pe 31, 3.2B
bulletViatel Inc (VYTL)  (7,2) \/+   67(75) 56%, pe na, 32M
bulletPrimus Communications Group Inc (PRTL) (7,1) //   47(49) 44% pe ma, 36M   Offers international and domestic long distance.
bulletTalk.com Inc (TALK) (5,1)  --   14(22) 64% pe 16, 64M
bulletChina Telecom (CHL) (2,2,1)  //-   177(206) .9% pe 138, 589M
bulletCharter Communications (CHTR)  na 17  (27) Founder: Paul Allen?

Telecom Services/Domestic

bulletSBC (15,10,3)  -- 42 (59) 45% pe 22, 3.3B
bulletQ (16,6,4) /-   60 (69) 20% pe 88, 748M
bulletBEL(17,5,6)  -- 57(69) 43% pe 21, 1.5B
bulletGTE  (11,5,7) /\ 67(78) 53 pe 16, 971M
bulletBLS (5,12,8) --  45 (51) 45% pe 235.9, 1.8B
bulletDigital Island (ISLD) (4,3)  /-  107(156) 22% pe na, 35M
bulletCT Communications (CTCI) (2,1) / 63(70) 17.5% pe 26, 9M  Holding company providing telecommunications services.
bullet DSLN (1,4)  //   29 (32) 105% pe na, 58M  Provide high speed data commmunications and internet access.
bulletUSW (5,5,11)  /  70(81) 56% pe 32.6, 507M

Telecom Services/Foreign

bulletBCE  (5,2)  /+  118(125) 23% pe 21, 643M
bulletVOD (4,3,2)  /  61(64) 17% pe 250, 1.5B  Mobile telecommunications.
bulletDeutsche Telekom AG (DT) (2,2,2)  / 84 (100) .7% pe140 3B  Largest full service telecommunications provider in Germany.
bulletGlobalstar Tele (GSTRF) (3,5,3)  /\  17(53) 46% pe na, 82M declining
bulletCable & Wireless(CWP) (1,1)14% /\ 47(75) 2.7% pe 6.4, 759M Telecommunications and multimedia communication services.
bulletMonsanto (MCT) (na)  38(49) na pe na na
bulletTefonos de Mexico SA de CV (TMX)  /  71(78)59% pe 24, 5.3B

Top Retailers: included for completeness but slow growth here.

bulletHome Depot  (9,19,2)  /\55
bulletDG  \(7,9,2)  -\ 20
bulletWal-mart (WMT) (5,11,8)  /\  48,
bulletCOST (7,6,8) -- 45.6,
bulletGap (1,3,3)  \  21
bulletTJX (5,10,4)  \ 16,  KM (3,6,9)  \  8.7
bulletFDO, NDN, TGT

Wireless Communications

bulletNokia Corp (NOK)* (18,9,1) /   215(227) 26% pe 98, 1.1B, 91eps, 85rs,  Leading supplier of digital mobile and fixed networks.
bulletNextel Commnications inc (NXTL) (10,9,3,1)  //   153(165) 57% pe na, 315M  Wide array of digital and analog wireless communication services.
bulletWestern Wireless (WWCA)  (9,7,4) /- 51(75) 72% pe na, 77M
bulletSprint Corp (PCS) (8,10,7)  / 60(60) 39% pe na, 948M 11 eps Largest 100% digital, 100% PCS nationwide wireless network in the US.
bulletLCCI (3,1)  // 38(45) 21% pe na, 19M Independent provider of radio frequency engineering and network design.
bulletTelephone & Data Systems (TDS) (2,3,1)    /-  104(137) 69% pe 29, 61M
bulletITXC   (2,1,1)   //-    83(124) 9% pe ma. 35M
bulletGolden Tele (GLDN) (0,1)  //  41(45) 1.6% pe ma, 22M
bulletOmnipoint Corp (OMPT) na , not yet listed
bulletIDC  na  /\- 32(82) 29% pe 61, 48M
bulletUTSI na  |-  54(73) 0.0% pe na, 89M
bulletSonera Corp (SNRA) (na)   //  82.5(93) .7% pe 201, 712M. Leading Finnish telecommunications 

The following are top quality stocks and have strong mutual-fund support: Advanced Digital Info (ADIC), Applied Micro Circuits (AMCC), Infosys Tech (INFY), RF Micro Devices (RFMD), Qlogic (QLGC), Network Appliance (NTAP), CREE , Arm Holdings (ARMHY), Emulex (EMLX), Qualcomm (QCOM), JDS Uniphase (JDSU), !2 Tech (ITWO). 

Other stocks to research: NTL inc,  Liberty Media Grp CL A,  Xoom.com. TMP Worldwide Inc, Telephone &Data systems Inc,  The Globe,   Pharm OS, Priceline, ciber, vusa, fdc, 

 Helpful rules for investing:

bulletFocus on software, internet, communications, biotech, technology, semiconductors for 2000
bulletHave a strategy:  recommend 33% blue chips, 33% tech stocks, 33% cash. After market crash or corrections, use cash to buy bargains. Stocks that have a runup, sell and keep as cash, always maintaining the same proportion. After market corrections, if possible, wait for the second dip or jump back in when the market rallies.
bulletYour goal is to beat the average by picking winners. Look for leading stocks in leading industry groups. These include Biotech, Software, Networks, Telecommunications, Memory, Semiconductors, & Scientific instruments. Picking a stock in the top group increases your odds of picking a winner. Then, look for companies that are the leaders in its fields with high Relative Price Strength Ratings of 80 or higher. Look for superior earnings and sales growth, and top- notch profit margins and return on equity. Look if its grabbing more market share. Analyze the chart. Most stocks with healthy bases will form a downward -sloping handle before moving into new highs. 
bulletMargin calls: When a big correction occurs, margin calls are responsible for the drop on the 2nd day. so buy back on the 2nd day of a major correction. This only applies when a lot of stocktraders are utilizing margin calls.
bulletWhen a stock breaks out, volume should be at least 50% above average (to create a breakout, you need lots of mutual funds and other big institutions bidding up the price to exploit the breakthrough. 
bulletTake profits when a major market average declines on heavier volume than the day before.
bulletCalendar-effect theory. Don't trade solely on the basis of calendar effects but do keep these points in mind. Mondays are the biggest down days in stocks, Fridays tend to be up, and Decembers are the biggest down months. The first half of the month usually outperforms the second half. Pre-holiday trading days are very positive. Days preceding a major holiday tends to be bullish, The biggest pre-holiday day is December 31 (Santa Claus Rally). January is the best month of the year especially for small stocks (last days of Dec to the last days of Jan.)
bulletNever take action until you understand why a stock is moving. 
bulletTriple Witching Hour: the third Friday in March, June, September and December when stock index futures, stock index options and individual stock options all expire and the market makes wild swings up or down. Wait at least a day to confirm the trend.
bulletDo your research and be patient.
bulletContrarians-investing theory. Stocks that are out of favor (neglected by the big institutions, research analysts and the press) have provided higher returns than stocks considered "hot." Contrarians look for low P/E multiples, high dividend yield, &  low institutional ownership. If more than 10 to 12 institutions own a stock, it is probably too popular. Check Standards & Poor's Stock Guide for ownership figures.
bulletMarket-timing theory. Trying to move in and out of the market on the basis of short-term movements has never worked as well as buying and holding a stock for an extended time.
bulletJanuary Effect: Investors sell stocks that are down in Nov and Dec to offset gains and minimize tax situations. This drops prices during the last few weeks of the year, with a rebound in January when tax selling stops. Also, fund managers who want to boost quarterly or year-end returns often start playing smaller cap stocks around the end of the year. Higher demands for these stocks mean higher prices and higher average returns into January. Also,  experienced investors know that buying after a payout is a smart move because share prices are lower. Since the largest payouts usually happen in December, investors put more money into the market in the following month.
bulletStocks tend to rise from Jan 27-Feb5, fall after April 15, due to pension funds go up in July and down from Aug-Oct  Also, watch for end of the quarter when institutions may sell or buy for window dressing. When institutions buy or sell, they do it in big blocks and very quickly.
bulletTips on buying IPOs, 1. Infrastructure IPOs: buy on day one or on pullbacks, 2. E-Commerce IPOs:  avoid opening day, buy on pullback around 44-55 days (inside two months), Web site IPOS: too risky, internet software IPOs: buy early.
bulletB2B usually grows faster than B2C.
bulletBuy the leaders in its field.
bulletVolatile stocks are best not to hold, active buy and sell may be more profitable..
bulletBuy stocks that are consistent and offers good stock price to present value of future cash flow.
bulletInternet related technology stocks are the place to be outpacing the Dow 12 to 1.
bulletLook for a satellite telephone company..?
bulletDuring periods of decelerating or stable inflation financial assets-stocks and bonds are the superstars. During periods of accelerating inflation (excessive growth & increase money supply), real assets-real estate, precious metals and commodities-are winners. The lag between an acceleration/deceleration in the money supply and an acceleration/deceleration  in the inflation rate is approximately two years. So you have ample time to restructure your investment portfolio.
bulletHow to Spot a Market Decline Before It Starts. The market rises sharply in the morning during the first hour of  trading, stalls from mid-morning on with no progress but heavy trading, then by the end of the day loses all the morning gains and the market closing clearly toward the downside. When you see this pattern, either sell immediately or await the retest of the highs that were reached during that first morning. Retest often takes place within a week or two, but on much lower trading volume. This may be the last opportunity to sell into strength.
bulletStocks end to do well in  year of the four-year presidential cycle. Investing for the 27 months before a presidential election seems more profitable than investing during the 21 months after the election.

                   

Ten Secrets to  Success 

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Think positive. Think success, not failure.
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Decide on your true dreams and goals. Develop a plan to reach them.
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Do it. Goals are nothing without action.
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Never stop learning.
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Be persistent and work hard. Never give up.
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Learn to analyze details. Don't be afraid to Learn from your mistakes
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Focus your time and money. Don't get distracted.
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Don't be afraid to innovate; be different.
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Deal and communicate with people effectively. Learn to understand and motivate others.
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Be honest and dependable; Take responsibility.