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   Acme Industries (ACME)
Despite record profits over the past five quarters, ACME is still not a long-term pick.


Fortuna (FOOZ)
Fortuna's remarkable turnaround indicates that an investment is well-advised.


Bock Lightspeed, Inc. (BOCK)
The fiber optics newcomer is filling orders and, after a close call, making a profit.


Intraterm Corp. (MOOL)
Testing the waters of online banking has been a huge boon for this company -- and rumors of a split announcement abound.


Lenyard Software (LENY)
Lenyard's timidity in walking away from its stagnant chip market may indicate that they are not ready for the big leagues.


Murphy Middleware (MURY)
Having shaved 300% off its IPO high, Murphy is right where it should be -- unloved, unprofitable and unbuyable.


Ultra/Vignet Construction (ULTR)
If the old economy is floundering, construction must be new economy. With a strong past and future, buy ULTR now.


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Fortuna has repeatedly stayed ahead of market expectations, and new CFO Elizabeth Nielsen seems poised to continue the company's heady growth in venture capitalism.
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Acme Industries, the world's foremost producer of standard household floor tiling, had been hit by many of the challenges facing old economy industries.

Recent tile innovations proved a boon in the past five fiscal quarters, but sales of the new tiles have dropped dramatically of late.

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Bock Lightspeed's rapid growth into fiber optics has fueled a tremendous turnaround within the organization -- which investors are just waking up to.