SOURCE: Bellwether Report

July 28, 2005 14:05 ET

BWR Issues Alerts for Shareholders of MDTL, FOXH, ACTU and STRA

NOTE TO EDITORS: The Following Is an Investment Opinion Being Issued by The Bellwether Report.

TORONTO -- (MARKET WIRE) -- July 28, 2005 -- The Bellwether Report is the leading online financial newsletter, focusing on small-cap emerging growth opportunities. We strive to introduce investors to truly undervalued opportunities in a time friendly fashion, allowing for optimal entry points and profitable exit points. Today, BWR will be evaluating these four promising companies on the Nasdaq Exchange. Medis Technologies (NASDAQ: MDTL), FoxHollow Technologies (NASDAQ: FOXH), Actuate Corp (NASDAQ: ACTU) and Strayer Education (NASDAQ: STRA). For more information on BWR or any of the above-mentioned companies feel free to visit for a free no obligation 30 day trial of our service.

Medis Technologies announced today that ASE International has issued a purchase order totaling over $50 million for delivery of 200,000 Power Packs a month for the first year. Today's news rendered Medis at the top of the percent gainers as shares have increased 16%. BWR feels that this announcement is a big step in the right direction for Medis and we will continue our aggressive due-diligence.

FoxHollow Technologies set a new 52 week high of $52.37, trading up 20%, eclipsing the previous high of $44.75. BWR will continue tracking this potentially hidden gem to see what strategies the company implements to further their upward momentum.

Actuate is trading up 13% on a much higher than average volume. The company today released second quarter 2005 financial results. Total revenues for the second quarter of 2005 were $25.8 million, second quarter 2005 GAAP net income was $3.6 million. BWR believes that this company holds many of the characteristics that we look for when deeming a company undervalued, and therefore will be keeping them on the top of our radar.

Strayer Education is on a roll today trading up 15%. The company released results for second quarter ended June 30, 2005, including an 18% increase in revenues and diluted EPS of $0.85. This term's success could be a result of total enrollments increasing 22%. BWR feels that if this company can continue its enrollment growth it will be able to bring trading price to new time highs.

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