Stock tip time again. Last time Dell went below $40, I recommended buying it. If you had a bought it then, you could have sold it a few months later for $50 a share. 25% return in three months isn’t bad. Well, you’ve got another chance. The spike in RAM prices caused by the earthquake in Taiwan resulted in a temporary downturn in Dell’s price. It went under $38 yesterday and is now begining to recover. You can still buy it at less than $40. Buy it now and you’ll be able to sell it at $50 or higher in a few months. The RAM prices will drop again over the next few months and Dell’s profits will return to normal. On top of that, Y2K will be taking a heavy toll on older PCs. Dell is the leading seller of new PCs. Dell should be doing a lot of business through the next year.