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06.05.05 20:25

15890 Postings, 7313 Tage Calibra21COMPOSITE TECH. Was ist da los?

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07.05.05 10:30

14778 Postings, 6000 Tage P.ZockerNachtrag

Der Fall ist wohl auf Kickys
Bericht zu erklären.

Aber ich denke der Anstieg ist
wohl auf eine gute Nachricht
zurück zu führen.

Oder hat Calibra das Ding nach
oben gepusht.

Was war das Volumen. Runde
8 Mio. Kein Proplem. Machen doch
viele mal auf die Schnelle.

Schönes WE euch noch allen.

Wobei bei dem Wetter. Lieber noch
etwas bei Ariva lümmeln.  

08.05.05 09:46

15890 Postings, 7313 Tage Calibra21@ Kicky?Ist diese Nachricht wirklich so schlecht?

warum hat der Kurs dann 100% gemacht?

Die Nachricht:

Composite Technology Files a Plan and Disclosure Statement Proposing to Pay 100% of Unsecured Creditor Claims and Honor Debenture Agreements
Friday May 6, 8:00 am ET

IRVINE, Calif., May 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- On the same day it filed its voluntary petition for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, Composite Technology Corporation (CTC) (OTC Bulletin Board: CPTC - News), a leading developer of high-performance composite core cables for electric transmission and distribution lines, as promised, filed its reorganization plan and disclosure statement with the Bankruptcy Court wherein it proposes to pay 100% of its debts. CTC's Chairman and CEO Benton Wilcoxon states: "We are pleased to present a plan that addresses our litigation claims and provides for payment in full to our creditors. We anticipate that the vast majority of our creditors will support our reorganization." Mr. Wilcoxon added that, "Nothing contained in our plan of reorganization is designed or intended to affect our shareholders. We understand the concerns of our shareholders and have spent considerable time addressing and responding to these concerns. We want them to know that CTC is taking all available measures to ensure our valued shareholders are protected as we address our litigation claims."

Leonard M. Shulman of Shulman Hodges & Bastian LLP, CTC bankruptcy counsel, stated that: "It is extremely rare for a Debtor to move this quickly through the bankruptcy process. Less than one case out of a hundred is filed with a finalized plan, particularly one proposing to pay creditors 100% of their claims. This is another extraordinary example of CTC's commitment to address the needs of its many constituencies."

This press release may contain forward-looking statements, as defined in the Securities Reform Act of 1995 (the "Reform Act"). The safe harbor for forward-looking statements provided to companies by the Reform Act does not apply to Composite Technology Corporation (Company). However, actual events or results may differ from the Company's expectations on a negative or positive basis and are subject to a number of known and unknown risks and uncertainties including, but not limited to, competition with larger companies, development of and demand for a new technology, risks associated with a startup company, risks associated with international transactions, general economic conditions, availability of funds for capital expenditure by customers, availability of timely financing, cash flow, timely delivery by suppliers, or the Company's ability to manage growth. Other risk factors attributable to the Company's business segment may affect the actual results achieved by the Company and are included in the Company's Annual Report filed with the Commissioner on Form 10KSB for fiscal year ended September 30, 2004.  

08.05.05 09:58

3002 Postings, 6589 Tage RoulettProfiSo manch einer muß froh sein

das es so Leute wie Kicky  gibt
es gibt immer zwei Seiten
und mir persöhnlich ist es lieber,beide zu lesen/hören

entscheiden muß letztendlich jeder für sich selbst

alla ,BILD`Bild dir DEINE Meinung !  

08.05.05 10:03

15890 Postings, 7313 Tage Calibra21Ich seh das genauso

Aber mich kotzt es an "Pumper" genannt zu werden. Ich wollte mit diesem Thread nur auf eine Aktie hinweisen, die momentan extrem gehandelt wird. Eine Longposition ist diese Aktie definitiv nicht. Aber zum Traden bestimmt gut. Verstehst mich schn RoulettProfi oder?  

08.05.05 10:30

3002 Postings, 6589 Tage RoulettProfiIch schon

mir ist es auch recht wenn Aktien vorgestellt werden
deshalb schau ich hier rein.



 

08.05.05 11:41

15890 Postings, 7313 Tage Calibra21Der RSI ist auf jeden Fall immernoch im extrem

überverkauften Bereich! Ich sehe morgen grüne Kurse *g*  
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09.05.05 00:01

67219 Postings, 7873 Tage Kickynur oberflächlich erscheint die Nachricht gut

denn schliesslich war das ja bereits zusammen mit der Bankrotterklärung so eingereicht worden und kann einzig allein bedeuten,dass sie Geld aufnehmen wollen durch Aktienausgabe oder schlimmer Warrants,wie gehabt.Denn schliesslich machen sie das schon jahrelang so und haben nur Minus erwirtschaftet.Selbst die Manager und Angestellten werden damit entlohnt, in klassischer Fall für die Todesspirale!
http://www.taylorstock.com/page7.html  

09.05.05 06:55

15890 Postings, 7313 Tage Calibra21Klar! Hohes Risiko

aber auch hohe Chancen auf einen richtig guten Zock. Und wenn nicht heute wann dann? Volumen wird heute wieder da sein. Das Interesse auch(zumindest in Amiboards)  

09.05.05 09:54

3816 Postings, 6014 Tage flumi4Klingt interessant

werde heute mit etwas Spielgeld einsteigen! So schnell geht man nicht pleite. Selbst in den USA nicht *g*  

09.05.05 14:04

15890 Postings, 7313 Tage Calibra21Good Luck!

Wenn die 1 $ Marke durchbrochen wird ist der zweite Dollar nicht weit!  

09.05.05 15:22

3816 Postings, 6014 Tage flumi4Vorbörslich bei 1,04$!! o. T.

09.05.05 15:29

3816 Postings, 6014 Tage flumi4Vorbörslich 1,08!

News!

Composite Technology Defeats Two Emergency Motions Filed by Pre-Bankruptcy Litigants That Would Have Forced the Immediate Resumption of Litigation
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9 May 2005, 08:00am ET

IRVINE, Calif., May 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Bankruptcy Judge John E. Ryan on May 6, 2005, denied the emergency motions of two pre-bankruptcy litigants seeking to have the automatic stay lifted and the litigation reinstated. Composite Technology Corporation (CTC) (BB:CPTC) filed a voluntary petition for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code bankruptcy on May 5, 2005 solely to have these litigation claims addressed by the Bankruptcy Court in a single forum rather than having to defend multiple lawsuits in multiple jurisdictions. Each of these lawsuits related to claims for the issuance of CTC's stock. On the same day as its bankruptcy filing, CTC filed a proposed plan of reorganization which if confirmed by the Bankruptcy Court would pay its creditors in full. In light of today's ruling, these lawsuits will remain before the Bankruptcy Court and will be decided in due course.

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Leonard M. Shulman of Shulman Hodges & Bastian LLP, CTC bankruptcy counsel, states: "We are very pleased that CTC will now have an opportunity to present its plan of reorganization to its creditors. CTC proposes a plan that addresses its litigation claims and provides for payment in full to its creditors. This process is moving very quickly and we are pleased with the initial results." CTC's Chairman and CEO Benton Wilcoxon added: "We are pleased with our results thus far. Everything is on track for CTC to emerge from bankruptcy with the resources needed to continue to our business of developing, producing and marketing innovative and cost effective composite core electrical conductor to provide electrical grid solutions for the utility industry. Nothing contained in our plan of reorganization is designed or intended to negatively impact our shareholders."

This press release may contain forward-looking statements, as defined in the Securities Reform Act of 1995 (the "Reform Act"). The safe harbor for forward-looking statements provided to companies by the Reform Act does not apply to Composite Technology Corporation (Company). However, actual events or results may differ from the Company's expectations on a negative or positive basis and are subject to a number of known and unknown risks and uncertainties including, but not limited to, competition with larger companies, development of and demand for a new technology, risks associated with a startup company, risks associated with international transactions, general economic conditions, availability of funds for capital expenditure by customers, availability of timely financing, cash flow, timely delivery by suppliers, or the Company's ability to manage growth. Other risk factors attributable to the Company's business segment may affect the actual results achieved by the Company and are included in the Company's Annual Report filed with the Commissioner on Form 10KSB for fiscal year ended September 30, 2004.

 

09.05.05 16:09

15890 Postings, 7313 Tage Calibra21Strike! Bist du noch reingekommen Flumi4?

Bin jetzt bereits 40 % im Plus! RT 1,15. Und Kicky? Was ist los? Gar kein Posting mehr von dir? Ich hatte keine Angst am Freitag. Bei dem Umsatz... Mein Ziel für heute liegt bei 1,5 $  

09.05.05 17:06

15890 Postings, 7313 Tage Calibra21Ich hoffe es für dich!

Jetzt an einer Chartechnisch wichtigen Marke! 1,2 wird unter hohen Umsätzen angegriffen.  

09.05.05 17:28

15890 Postings, 7313 Tage Calibra21Es gab ja nochmals News!

Composite Technology Announces Launch of the Power Line Analysis Tool
Monday May 9, 8:10 am ET
Utility Industry's Most Comprehensive Program Available

IRVINE, Calif., May 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Composite Technology Corporation (CTC) (OTC Bulletin Board: CPTC - News) announced today the launch of the Power Line Analysis Tool, called PLAT(TM), the utility industry's most comprehensive comparative line analysis tool.

Developed and engineered internally by CTC, the Windows-run software program is designed to provide Power Utilities with a disciplined and efficient method to understanding the increased financial, mechanical and electrical advantages of the company's proprietary ACCC cable over conventional commodity products.

"Our composite core technology represents one of the most promising innovations for the electrical utility industry and we are proud to continue our role for delivering the industry's leading technologies with PLAT(TM) as well," said Benton Wilcoxon, chairman and CEO, Composite Technology Corporation.

"Our innovative analysis tool can now provide a planning engineer the freedom to perform detailed project analysis quickly and efficiently to confirm the advantages of our ACCC conductor technology in almost any project application."

Specifically, PLAT(TM) features an easy-to-use graphical user interface that planning engineers, project managers and administrators can utilize to precisely model a wide array of performance and cost advantages that illustrate how the ACCC is a cost-effective and reliable solution for increased power delivery.

The PLAT(TM) software program is engineered to showcase the advantages CTC's innovative ACCC against conventional products in such categories as Demand, Throughput, Congestion, Operating Cost/Revenue and Capital Expenditures. The program also provides the end user with a financial summary to forecast first year through 20-year outlooks.

The CTC sales will begin using the PLAT(TM) program for various installation applications, including:

    1.  Increase Ampacity without Structural Modifications
    2.  Increase Ampacity without Building a New Corridor
    3.  Increase Ampacity of a New Corridor
    4.  Increase Ampacity of Older De-Rated Towers

CTC is an Irvine, Calif.-based company providing high performance advanced composite core conductor cables for electric transmission and distribution lines. The proprietary and innovative ACCC cable is superior to existing conventional conductor products of the same diameter in a number of key performance areas, including:

    * Up to double the current carrying capacity of conventional cables
    * Virtually eliminates high-temperature sag
    * Uses conventional installation methods, tools and hardware
    * Reduces construction costs by requiring fewer structures
    * Resists environmental degradation
    * Reduces line losses compared to same diameter conventional cables

CTC has established strategic relationships with existing cable manufacturers to rapidly expand production and facilitate deployment to end users worldwide. For more information, visit: http://www.compositetechcorp.com .

This press release may contain forward-looking statements, as defined in the Securities Reform Act of 1995 (the "Reform Act"). The safe harbor for forward-looking statements provided to companies by the Reform Act does not apply to Composite Technology Corporation (Company). However, actual events or results may differ from the Company's expectations on a negative or positive basis and are subject to a number of known and unknown risks and uncertainties including, but not limited to, competition with larger companies, development of and demand for a new technology, risks associated with a startup company, risks associated with international transactions, general economic conditions, availability of funds for capital expenditure by customers, availability of timely financing, cash flow, timely delivery by suppliers, or the Company's ability to manage growth. Other risk factors attributable to the Company's business segment may affect the actual results achieved by the Company and are included in the Company's Annual Report filed with the Commissioner on Form 10KSB for fiscal year ended September 30, 2004.  

09.05.05 18:00

14778 Postings, 6000 Tage P.ZockerDanke Calibra

Ich bin ja am Freitag auch
noch unter 1 Dollar rein
gekommen und habe somit zur
Zeit 20% Plus.

Und von Kicky und den
Schwarzmalern wirst du wohl
auch vorerst nichts hören.

Die kommen immer nur wenn
die Aktien etwas fallen.

Also es ist nunmal so wenn es
nach oben geht sagt kaum einer
Danke. Und wenn es nach unten
geht haben es alle vorher gewusst.

Da muss man durch. Ich liege dank
deiner Tips bis jetzt gut im Plus.

Wobei ich Kicky nun nicht ganz so
hart Angreifen möchte. Er hat es
ja wohl gut gemeint. Aber ein
ich habe mich wohl geirrt wäre wohl
angebracht gewesen.

 

09.05.05 18:10

15890 Postings, 7313 Tage Calibra21Danke!

Der RSI ist wieder aus dem überkauften Bereich hinein in den Normalbereich. Wenn die 1,20 Marke fällt gehts nochmal brutal up!  
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09.05.05 18:19

15890 Postings, 7313 Tage Calibra21Es ist vollbracht... o. T.

09.05.05 18:22

15890 Postings, 7313 Tage Calibra211,24 o. T.

09.05.05 18:43

15890 Postings, 7313 Tage Calibra211,27

1,40 ist der nächste Widerstand  

09.05.05 18:49

15890 Postings, 7313 Tage Calibra211,29

Packen wir die 1,40?  
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09.05.05 19:01

14778 Postings, 6000 Tage P.ZockerBin 30 % vorne

So Tips nehme ich doch gerne
entgegen.

Auch L.A.M brachte mir dank
Calibra 2 mal 10% Plus.

Aber bei allen Tips muss man
immer noch selbst die
Entscheidung treffen.

Und nicht Tages Hoch einsteigen
und wenn es dann zurück geht
anfangen zu meckern wie im
L.A.M Thread.

ich bin hier rein obwohl das
Ding schon 100% am Freitag im
Plus war. Und nun nochmals 30%.

Und ich denke das war es auch
noch nicht.  

09.05.05 20:35

3816 Postings, 6014 Tage flumi4@calibra21

ja, ich bin reingekommen. Allerdings mußte ich 1,10 hinlegen. Aber kein Thema! Bin ja fast 20 % im plus!  

09.05.05 20:37

14778 Postings, 6000 Tage P.ZockerMein SL

hat leider bei 1,24 gegriffen.
War wohl etwas zu eng gesetzt.

Aber gute 25 % will man ja nun
nicht schlecht reden.

Nochmals Danke Calibra.  

10.05.05 18:59

15890 Postings, 7313 Tage Calibra211,8

über 100% in 3 Tagen. Wenn ich nicht zu 1,29 raus wäre. *heul*  

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