DIGITAL ANGEL CORPORATION & AUTHENTIDATE HOLDING CORP.

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Hello Readers,

Over the last few weeks, we hit a dry spell insomuch as we didn’t close any positions, and we sense that may be the case until after the new year. The appetite for small stocks hasn’t been as vociferous as that for mid to large caps; volume trackers know this all too well. However, the markets, and, in particular, small caps, should gather new momentum right after the holidays, barring unforeseen global disturbances. And, we suspect that the markets will have more steam and go much higher than the average gurus have predicted. So, for the next few weeks, relaxation may be in order,

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BIO-IMAGING TECHNOLOGIES, INC. & FUSION TELECOMMUNICATIONS INT’L, INC.

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Hello Readers,

Since the last Newsletter, we have closed three positions; two for some nice gains and one for a loss.

STAKTEK HOLDINGS (9/5/05). Closed position 11/29/05 at $6.05 for a 86% GAIN.

OPTICAL COMMUNICATION (4/20/05). position 11/25/05 at $2.43 for a 50% GAIN.

AVANEX (7/20/04). Closed position 11/25/05 at 72¢ for a 78% LOSS.

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NAPSTER, INC. & NEON SYSTEMS, INC.

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Hello Readers,

Since the last Newsletter, we have closed three more positions, two for some gains and one for a loss.

@ROAD (8/20/05). Closed position 11/11/05 at $5.47 for a 56% GAIN.

OPLINK (2/20/04). Closed position 11/11/05 at $12.55 for a 27% LOSS.

TRIO-TECH (10/20/03). Closed position 11/9/05 at $5.93 for a 50% GAIN.

@ROAD climbed pretty steadily every since we picked it in August; then, last week JP Morgan upgraded the stock, which gave it an added boost. We hate reverse splits, which is what happened at Oplink, because they seldom work out for current shareholders, and, so, we take the 27% loss. For the better part of two months, Trio-Tech had been teasing us with our 50% threshold and finally made it.

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MEMORY PHARMACEUTICALS CORP. & IONA TECHNOLOGIES PLC

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Hello Readers,

Since the last Newsletter, we have closed four positions, two for gains and two for losses.

BRILLIAN (1/5/05). Closed position 10/20/05 at $5.89 for a 71% GAIN.

BINDVIEW (6/5/04). Closed position 10/20/05 at $3.90 for a 30% GAIN.

CENTRA SOFTWARE (2/20/05). Closed position 10/20/05 at $1.77 for a 23% LOSS.

TARGETED GENETICS (10/5/03). Closed position 10/20/05 at $1.77 for a 77% LOSS.

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COGNITRONICS CORPORATION & WESTELL TECHNOLOGIES, INC.

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Hello Readers,

The last ten trading days have been the ugliest that the markets have had in nearly six months, and, as a consequence, it probably explains why we didn’t close any positions since the last Newsletter. It also explains why our Current Positions portfolio doesn’t look as good today as it did a few weeks ago. What has caused the carnage? The reality of the impact from the hurricanes coupled with the effect that higher energy prices will have on last quarter’s, and this quarter’s, earnings reports has finally sunk in. Then, to make matters worse, Greenspan and several Fed governors sounded alarms about inflation, which may cause rate increases to continue longer than the markets had anticipated.

Now, having spouted all of this pessimism, we still believe that the current sloppiness is short-term. Sometime over the next few months, it should dawn on investors that the Gulf Coast really does need a major rebuilding and that should be a nice lift for the economy.

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RAE SYSTEMS, INC. & DISCOVERY PARTNERS INT’L, INC.

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Hello Readers,

Since the last Newsletter, we have closed two more positions, one for a nice gain and one for a loss that had an unexpected and abrupt ending.

INSWEB (1/20/05). Closed position 9/27/05 at $4.56 for a 58% GAIN.

TRANSGENE (3/5/04). Closed position 9/26/05 at $2.75 for a 24% LOSS.

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DYADIC INTERNATIONAL, INC. & NEPHROS, INC.

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Hello Readers,

Since the last Newsletter, we have closed two more positions, for some fair gains.

TUMBLEWEED (3/5/05). Closed position 9/14/05 at $3.95 for a 52% GAIN.

CENTILLIUM (7/20/05). Closed position 9/9/05 at $3.72 for a 57% GAIN.

For the last several months, Tumbleweed had mostly been hovering at a 25% to 45% gain, so, when it pierced our 50%-plus threshold, we closed it, and, yes, it could go higher. Ever since we picked Centillium the stock has acted well, making steady gains on some good product news, and even though this one, too, could go higher, we’re happy with the 57% gain.

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ENTREMED, INC. & STAKTEK HOLDINGS, INC.

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Hello Readers,
Since the last Newsletter, we have closed three more positions, two for gains and one for a loss.

OSTEOTECH (6/20/05). Closed position 8/29/05 at $5.82 for a 64% GAIN.

E-LOAN (3/5/05). Closed position 8/29/05 at $4.12 for a 29% GAIN.

GENEREX (8/5/02). Closed position 8/29/05 at 63¢ for a 71% LOSS.

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IBIS TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION & @ROAD, INC.

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Hello Readers,

We have been wondering for the last several months just how high crude oil needs to go before it slops up the markets. Looks as if $65 does it. The major excuses we hear for these nose-bleed prices are that some refineries are offline, or that hurricanes have slowed production, or that there is unrest in Venezuela or Nigeria, blah, blah, blah. The oil industry has always faced these problems in the past; there is no excuse for a $25 increase over the last five or six months. Let’s wonder how low prices would drop if the President opens the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Our guess is that crude would tank $15 to $25 for the simple reason that one-third of the current price is raw speculation probably caused by traders who have absolutely nothing to do with the cost of actual production.

Keep in mind that between now through September is traditionally a lousy period for the markets, so, hold on tight. Our Current Portfolio was looking healthy until a week ago, then a lot of our picks felt pressure from the market’s recent downdraft. And, we did not close any positions since the last issue.

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ZI CORPORATION & INNODATA ISOGEN, INC.

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Hello Readers,

Since the last Newsletter, we closed three positions; two for some very nice gains and one for a loss.

REPLIGEN (3/20/05). Closed position 7/27/05 at $3.35 for a 97% GAIN.

INFOSONICS (5/5/05). Closed position 7/27/05 at $4.15 for a 69% GAIN.

AROTECH (6/5/01). Closed position 7/27/05 at $1.10 for a 65% LOSS.

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