Finance.Newsletters.com: Applix, Inc. Soars On Linux CrazeDec 27, 1999, 18:22 (0 Talkback[s])
"One of the hottest Wall Street crazes in 1999 was Linux, a recently developed operating system that developers claim is more stable than windows. Over the past couple of months several stocks have soared in response to their connection with Linux. Perhaps the most amazing one was an IPO that soared from $30 to $320 the first day it was open to trading. Now the stock is selling at $180. Average investors would not have been able to buy the stock at the $30 IPO and the foolish investors who bought at $320 have to be wondering what happened to their money. The CHEAP lnvesfor had one stock that was affected by this craze. Applix , Inc. moved up significantly over the past two months."
"Applix is a leading provider of thin-client front-office business solutions for managing customer interaction, real-time business analysis and office productivity across globally networked, extended enterprise environments...."
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