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217 Postings, 5997 Tage Wikinger42Ölsuche

30.01.08 15:50
Junge, junge, du bist in einer tiefe Depression gefallen!

Du solltest von Al der Schmerzensgeld verlangen!

Sean Garison = garrison1-9, das sagt mich gar nichts!

Egal, das ist dein Problem. Es wäre besser, sich auf SLWF zu konzentrieren, statt einen auf Blöd zu tun!


217 Postings, 5997 Tage Wikinger4250 Basis Punkte

30.01.08 20:51
Fed Lowers Rate to 3% as U.S. Expansion Falters (Update1)

By Craig Torres

Jan. 30 (Bloomberg) -- The Federal Reserve lowered its benchmark interest rate by half a percentage point to 3 percent, the second cut in as many weeks, to prevent the U.S. economy from sinking into a recession.

``Today's policy action, combined with those taken earlier, should help to promote moderate growth over time and to mitigate the risks to economic activity,'' the Federal Open Market Committee said in a statement after meeting today in Washington. ``However, downside risks to growth remain.''

The move, coupled with the Jan. 22 emergency cut of three- quarters of a point, is the fastest easing of monetary policy since 1990. Hours before the decision was announced, the Commerce Department reported that gross domestic product grew 0.6 percent in the fourth quarter, half the pace forecast by economists.

Stocks rallied, while the dollar fell and Treasury notes weakened.

``Financial markets remain under considerable stress, and credit has tightened further for some businesses and households,'' the Fed said today. ``Recent information indicates a deepening of the housing contraction as well as some softening in labor markets.''

Fed officials said they will continue to assess financial markets and the economy ``and will act in a timely manner as needed.''

Chairman Ben S. Bernanke and the Fed's Board of Governors also voted to cut the discount rate, the cost of direct loans from the central bank, to 3.5 percent from 4 percent.

Fisher Dissents

Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher dissented from today's decision, preferring no change.

Policy makers presented revised three-year economic forecasts at this week's gathering. The Fed will release the projections along with minutes of the meeting on Feb. 20.

``It is a very uncertain time for the outlook,'' Laurence Meyer, a former Fed governor and vice chairman of Macroeconomic Advisers LLC, said before the announcement. ``The good news is that monetary policy makers have the flexibility to respond to changing circumstances.''

Today's Commerce Department figures showed the Fed's preferred inflation gauge rose at a 2.7 percent annualized rate last quarter. Fed officials in October forecast the personal consumption expenditures price index minus food and energy would rise 1.6 percent to 1.9 percent in 2010, offering a measure of their longer-term inflation objective.


``The Committee expects inflation to moderate in coming quarters, but it will be necessary to continue to monitor inflation developments carefully,'' the Fed said in today's statement.

Wall Street firms including Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch & Co., Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Citigroup Inc. are forecasting the first recession since 2001 this year. Still, executives at firms such as Dow Chemical Co. said they don't detect a downturn yet, while risks remain.

This year ``will be slower than 2007,'' Andrew Liveris, the chairman and chief executive officer of Dow Chemical, said yesterday. ``It is an inconvenience, not a catastrophe.''

United Parcel Service Inc., Caterpillar Inc. and General Electric Co. are relying on gains overseas to counter slower growth at home.

Fed policy makers have struggled since August to contain the economic damage sparked by the worst housing recession in a quarter-century. The world's largest banks and securities firms have recorded more than $133 billion in asset writedowns and credit losses since the beginning of 2007, which analysts blamed on weak and fragmented supervision and poor credit analysis.

Housing Downturn

Foreclosure rates rose 75 percent in 2007 as a record amount of adjustable-rate loans to borrowers with weak or limited credit histories reset to higher rates, RealtyTrac Inc. data show. Home prices in 20 U.S. metropolitan areas fell 7.7 percent in November from a year earlier, the 11th consecutive decline, the S&P/Case-Shiller home-price index showed yesterday.

``We are in a historic housing bust right now, comparable to that of the Great Depression,'' said Robert Shiller, chief economist of MacroMarkets LLC in Madison, New Jersey, who co- founded the house-price index. ``The unraveling of that has unpredictable consequences.''

Delay in 2007

Fed officials waited until September to cut the benchmark lending rate, even though premiums on corporate bonds and lower- rated securities began to climb in late June.

By December, Fed policy makers had cut the benchmark lending rate 1 percentage point, yet still described the policy rate as ``somewhat restrictive'' as they deliberated whether to cut again that month, minutes show.

The government's December payroll report, which showed a loss of 13,000 private sector jobs, the first decline since July 2003, began to reshape Fed officials' views about risks.

Bernanke used a Jan. 10 speech to update the public. ``The baseline outlook for real activity in 2008 has worsened and the downside risks to growth have become more pronounced,'' he said, breaking with the Fed's statement a month earlier which only expressed ``uncertainty'' about the outlook. He pledged ``substantive additional action as needed.''

To contact the reporter on this story: Craig Torres in Washington at

Last Updated: January 30, 2008 14:22 EST  

217 Postings, 5997 Tage Wikinger42Short

30.01.08 22:03

Market Cap
0.708 Float
7,076.733 Return on
Interest 688,479.000

246516 Postings, 6849 Tage buranwird höchste Zeit dass der Kurs anzieht

31.01.08 12:46
m.M. nach sind wir hier schon lange überfällig.Der Verkauf hat bereits begonnen.  

246516 Postings, 6849 Tage burannun ja ,wenn ich mir das Bild ansehe

31.01.08 12:49
kann ich mir nicht gerade vorstellen,dass das ein Renner werden soll.  
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217 Postings, 5997 Tage Wikinger42Distributor-Indonesia

31.01.08 21:44

23601 Postings, 6230 Tage Chalifmann3Schlappe Nummer

31.01.08 22:22
Naja, 125 "Units" ist ja noch nicht so grad "der hammer",dass muss noch viel mehr werden,wie wäre es mit 125.000 Units ?!  

217 Postings, 5997 Tage Wikinger42Restrected Stock Partners

01.02.08 13:26
FYI..Restricted Stock Partners Report Covers Impact of Rule 144 Change
Billions of Unregistered Shares Become Saleable On Feb. 15, 2008

Last update: 9:13 a.m. EST Jan. 31, 2008

NEW YORK, Jan 31, 2008 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- What happens when billions of shares of unregistered stock become saleable into the public market all on the same day?
Investors will find out on Feb. 15, 2008, when a reduction in the Rule 144 holding period for restricted shares of public companies takes effect. The holding period, which is being shortened from one year to six months, will result in billions of shares from thousands of companies becoming eligible for public resale on that day.
"Hundreds of companies may see share amounts equal to 100 or more times their average daily trading volume available for sale on Feb. 15," according to Barry E. Silbert, founder and CEO of Restricted Stock Partners. "While it is difficult to predict what impact this will have on share prices, investors will certainly want to be familiar with the companies that may be affected."
Restricted Stock Partners, which manages the Restricted Securities Trading Network (RSTN), an online trading platform for restricted securities, has prepared a Special Report that covers a group of issuers that might be affected by the regulatory change.
The Special Report, which was prepared exclusively for members of the RSTN, is based on research on companies that issued unregistered securities in connection with private investment in public equity (PIPE) deals during the affected period. Some highlights of the Special Report include the following:
-- 300 transactions and 258 issuers have been examined;
-- 66% of the issuers highlighted in the Report will have greater than three months of their average daily trading volume eligible for sale on Feb. 15;
-- 37% of affected issuers will have greater than one year of their average daily volume eligible for sale on Feb. 15; and
-- One-third of affected issuers in the Report will have greater than 25% of their market capitalization eligible for sale on Feb. 15.
Silbert believes that a large number of publicly traded companies, including those that did not issue shares in PIPE offerings, will have shares that become saleable on Feb. 15. He added that all restricted and unregistered securities are eligible to be sold, prior to the hold period expiration, in privately negotiated transactions through RSTN, which would avoid the market risks inherent when a large number of shares become saleable.
The RSTN has already attracted more than 400 members, including global financial institutions, hedge funds, mutual funds and other institutional investors, who collectively manage over $200 billion in assets. To date, more than 1,000 transactions have taken place on the network, which was founded in 2005. Membership to the RSTN is available at no charge to institutional and accredited investors.
Restricted securities are commonly issued through private placements, corporate mergers and reorganizations, and as compensation. In addition to Rule 144 stock, other restricted securities traded through the RSTN include unregistered stock, warrants, convertible securities, 144A equity and private company securities.
"As the RSTN membership has grown, it has become an increasingly valuable resource to both buyers and sellers of restricted securities," Silbert said. "We're pleased to be able to provide this report to RSTN members and look forward to releasing a number of exciting products and services dedicated to this $1.2 trillion asset class."
About Restricted Stock Partners
Restricted Stock Partners (RSP) of New York, N.Y., a division of Green Drake Capital Corp. (Member FINRA/SIPC), manages the Restricted Securities Trading Network (RSTN) (, the largest online marketplace for restricted securities in the United States. RSP handles all administrative and settlement services associated with restricted securities transactions. For more information, visit
SOURCE: Restricted Stock Partners

Restricted Stock Partners

1337 Postings, 5958 Tage wikki 1Seamless eine Abzocke , mehr nicht

03.02.08 22:19
das wird nix mehr mit steigenden Kursen
Seamless hat fertig
keine Zulassung
keine Produktion
Ausgabe von neuen Aktien
merhr nicht  

246516 Postings, 6849 Tage buranalso ,bei den Posstings soll noch einer schlau

05.02.08 10:26
draus werden.Erst alles Banane ,der Verkauf hat begonnen weil die Geräte aus Übersee endlich angekommen sind.Dann liesst man wieder keine Produktion ,alles gefaket und aus die Maus.
Ja watt denn nu?!?!  

1337 Postings, 5958 Tage wikki 1Seamless,eine Verarsche hoch 3

05.02.08 12:40
sie werden erst mal ne gesunde Pleite machen,um dann unter einer neuen Firma ohne uns ganz neu anzuzfangen,Das ist Börse.
Rette sich wer noch kann.  

246516 Postings, 6849 Tage buranich glaube eher Du bist im falschem Film

05.02.08 12:42
solltest mal Zeitung lesen und die anderen Medien mal besser anschauen  

246516 Postings, 6849 Tage buran@ wikki 1

05.02.08 12:46
Zu welchen Werten hin willst Du denn die Anleger herlocken?  

1337 Postings, 5958 Tage wikki 1@ buran

05.02.08 12:51
was glaubst du denn,warum Seamless ein Inter. an steigenden Kursen haben sollte
hier kommt nix mehr  

217 Postings, 5997 Tage Wikinger42@garrison9/Wiki1/Ölsucher

05.02.08 13:08
Hör auf dich zu blamieren. Alles Comedy - little Amadeus!!!

246516 Postings, 6849 Tage buranschreibt doch was ihr wollt

05.02.08 13:11
ein Abstoßen geht sowieso nicht.Wir sitzen alle in einem Boot.Eines Tages wenn wir garnicht damit rechnen macht es peng!  

246516 Postings, 6849 Tage buranoder wie eine Supernova

05.02.08 13:14
mit Delisting  

1337 Postings, 5958 Tage wikki 1Wikinger42

05.02.08 13:28
warum glaubst du noch an steigende Kurse
was soll hier noch kommen
warum kauft kein US-Bürger diese Aktie
der SX-gen wird nicht von Seamless auf den Markt gebracht
eher von einer anderen Firma,ohne uns  

1337 Postings, 5958 Tage wikki 1Seamless eine Abzocke , mehr nicht

05.02.08 13:37

Der S-XGen wird zur Zeit auch nicht in den USA verkauft, da bisher immer noch die FCC-Zertifizierung fehlt.
Auch in Deutschland wird der S-XGen in absehbarer Zeit nicht auftauchen, wegen fehlender CE Zertifizierung.

Zur Zeit wird wieder massiv gepusht, die üblen Versprechungen kamen schon öfter von Seamless  und wurden nie eingehalten.
Die Aussage zum Produktionsbeginn bei moneytv kann eine Lüge sein

246516 Postings, 6849 Tage buranmit den Zertifizierungszeichen

05.02.08 13:41
wird doch sowieso Schindluder gemacht,aufgeklebt und raus mit den Geräten  

1337 Postings, 5958 Tage wikki 1@-buran

05.02.08 13:50
Das mag in China so sein
in den USA wird das ein Problem  

246516 Postings, 6849 Tage buranso jetzt mal Klartext

05.02.08 13:54
Ich habe nochmal was vorgesucht von vor rund zweieinhalb Jahren.Da stand doch Folgendes:
"Vor diesem Hintergrund stufen die Experten von "Invest Inside" die Seamless WiFi-Aktie mit "kaufen" ein. Das Kursziel gebe man mit 0,160 Euro an und eingegangene Positionen sollten bei 0,040 Euro abgesichert werden."

246516 Postings, 6849 Tage buranso

05.02.08 13:56
und jetzt nochmal den Chart von August 'o5 dazu:  
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1337 Postings, 5958 Tage wikki 1@buran

05.02.08 13:58
Und waren deine Positionen  bei 0,040 Euro abgesichert  

246516 Postings, 6849 Tage buranhier wurde im Jahre '05 getrommelt und

05.02.08 13:59
seitdem wurde uns unser Geld aus der Tasche gezogen.Oder sehe ich das falsch?
Was ist nun mit dem X-Gen?
Was ist los?
Was soll hier noch passieren?  

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