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Hans habe nun meine Calpine wie gesagt verkauft. 8)

übrigens auch meine Mettler Toledo`s auch Lol

Mit mir wirst du nie hungrig sein.

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...wieso kaufen....du hast doch gesagt du spendierst eine Kiste Wink

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Habe eher an Dingač gedacht Hans. Zuerst probieren, dann urteilen Wink in der Schweiz hier erhältlich http://www.vallis-aurea.ch/

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Naja Hans. Vielleicht solltest du vom Wein besser die Finger lassen.

Wenn ich so lese, was du im WO-Forum geschrieben hast... Als Azego-Aktionär u.a. die sofortige Insolvenz und Liquidation von AZEGO fordernd. :roll:

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..du kannst dich dort ja mit copy & paste kostenlos anschliessen, besser was tun als in Lethargie abwarten bis einem der Betrüger-Blitz trifft Wink

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Wenn ich so lese, was du im WO-Forum geschrieben hast... Als Azego-Aktionär u.a. die sofortige Insolvenz und Liquidation von AZEGO fordernd. :roll:

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Hans wrote:

...wieso kaufen....du hast doch gesagt du spendierst eine Kiste Wink

Lipice wrote:

Habe eher an Dingač gedacht Hans. Zuerst probieren, dann urteilen Wink in der Schweiz hier erhältlich http://www.vallis-aurea.ch/

Du kein Problem Wink klar spendiere ich eine.. war nur auf die Kritik hiin von dobry ( weiss eigentlich auch nicht was seine Kommentare die ganze Zeit sollen) also melde dich über die Private Nachricht und die Degustation ....

Mit mir wirst du nie hungrig sein.

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Naja Hans. Vielleicht solltest du vom Wein besser die Finger lassen.

Wenn ich so lese, was du im WO-Forum geschrieben hast... Als Azego-Aktionär u.a. die sofortige Insolvenz und Liquidation von AZEGO fordernd. :roll:

@ dobry

ich sehe du hast Freude Wink

"Bubeli gsund, bubeli freud`"

:mrgreen:

Mit mir wirst du nie hungrig sein.

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Unternehmen mit Geothermal-Anlagen - Calpine in Front :shock:

Nine Hot Geothermal Stocks to Add to Your Portfolio

http://biz.yahoo.com/seekingalpha/070711/40695_id.html?.v=1

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Any News...?

Hat mal wieder jemand etwas von Calpine gehört? Ist irgendwie verdächtig still... Ist das wohl gut?

Bin dankbar für allfällige News!!!

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LS Power approaches hedge funds to support bid for Calpine

LS Power, in partnership with a European shipping magnate, has approached a group of hedge funds to gather support for a run at acquiring Calpine, according to industry sources.

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Scheint eher ein platziertes Gerücht zu sein sonst wäre der Kurs abgerauscht.......

...Aktie zum aktuellen Kurs zu verkaufen scheint nicht falsch zu sein....

...nächster Gerichttermin ist der 1. August .....da gehts aber nur um 28 Mio an Ansprüchen die abgewehrt werden dürften...

...und ein Hearing kommt am 8. August, dann geht's für die Altaktionäre um die Wurst - Ausfechten des Anspruchs der Shareholder... 6 bis 8 Dollar pro Aktie will man anscheinend erstreiten, wenn man den Sharehoder-Vertretern glauben darf.....da wird aber eher zu hoch gepockert.

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Hat mal wieder jemand etwas von Calpine gehört? Ist irgendwie verdächtig still... Ist das wohl gut?

Bin dankbar für allfällige News!!!

Gruss Mari

Gruss Hans

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... ist heute recht abgesackt (momentan $2.63 -16%)

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So, machen wir mal etwas Werbung - anschnallen, es geht demnext los - Gebot von $6/ Aktie**) kann kommen Smile

LS Power, Harbinger Weigh Bids For Calpine - Sources

Dow Jones Newswires - July 27, 2007 4:51 PM ET

By Matthew Dalton

NEW YORK (Dow Jones)--LS Power Group, a power plant development and investment fund, and hedge fund Harbinger Capital Partners are crafting bids and post-bankruptcy plans for Calpine Corp. (CPNL), say people familiar with the situation.

The development may be good news for shareholders of the giant San Jose, Calif.-based power company, which recently filed its own bankruptcy plan. However, the funds' interest in offering alternative plans indicates that they see significant value in Calpine's equity, which is unusual for a company still in bankruptcy.

"It sounds like the bar has been moved to this concept that the equity is going to get a certain amount," said a banker following the deal.

Calpine said it was contacted about the possibility of alternative reorganization plans and is taking a "brief" time to consider them, according to documents filed Friday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Calpine has "initiated a process to gauge potential investors' interest in sponsoring such a guaranteed distribution plan that would not compromise what the debtors believe is an appropriate balance sheet upon emergence," Calpine said in the filing. The company said it would accept competing reorganization plans until Aug. 16.

LS Power, based in East Brunswick, N.J., is looking to provide an infusion of equity capital for its bid that would presumably take away some of the litigation risk for Calpine's current shareholders. LS Power is joined in its bid by Norwegian shipping tycoon John Fredriksen, according to the banker following the deal. Fredriksen was the world's 114th richest man in 2006, according to Forbes magazine.

Calpine said it expects current shareholders will receive $1.80 per share after the company emerges from bankruptcy, according to its reorganization plan filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Manhattan last month. But that figure depends on the outcome of litigation related to the bankruptcy. Shareholders could receive nothing, or as much as $3.53 per share.

"One would have to presume (LS Power's offer) is higher than $1.80 per share," the banker said.

Harbinger, based in Birmingham, Ala., owns a large portion of Calpine's unsecured debt. The firm has been looking to line up support from other Calpine investors for an alternative reorganization plan, according to people familiar with the situation. It was seeking a partner in the power industry for a bid, according to one person. Harbinger and LS Power were working with each other at one point, but appear to be working separately now.

Harbinger's reorganization proposal featured a high degree of leverage that may not be possible with the current downturn in the debt markets, said the banker familiar with the proposal.

A Harbinger official declined to comment. LS Power didn't return a telephone call seeking comment.

Calpine spokesman Mel Scott declined to comment on the specifics of competing offers for Calpine.

"We continue to work together with all our stakeholders and remain committed to emerging from Chapter 11 as soon as possible," he said.

By Matthew Dalton, Dow Jones Newswires; 201-938-4604; matthew.dalton@dowjones.com

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**) die $6 stammen übrigens aus einem Gerichtprotokoll vom Juni 2007, wo der SHC-Vertreter Mr. Kaplan vor dem Richter Lifeland ##) $6 - $8 pro Aktie vorgetragen hat und dabei anmerkte dass dies den Altaktionären unbedingt zusteht....

...und dass man keinesfalls die Bondholder mit 1,50 - 2 Dollar pro Dollar abhauen lässt Biggrin

##)....Lifeland war jedenfalls ob den Ausführungen von Kaplan am Hearing beeindruckt - er hat ihn sogar ausgefragt und angemerkt dass das Vorgehen für eine Expertise (ist in Arbeit, vom SHC in Auftrag gegeben) zur Ermittlung des Asset-Werts (ich denke gegen $30 Mrd. - womit die Schulden um ca. Faktor 2,4 übertroffen werden Lol auch hilfreich für andere Gläubiger-Gruppierungen sei

==>> das war ein äusserst geiler Wink vom Richter, ihn finde ich echt coooool !!!

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Nun der 8te ist vorbei

wollte nur mal sehen wie sie steht... 3.14 ist ok...

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minus $0.70 auf $2.04

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Habe nochmals paar geladen.

no risk...no fun...

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Weiss jemand, was bei....

....Calpine aktuell los ist? Warum dieser Absturz?

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ich glaub das liegt an den geringen volumen, da kann es möglich sein, dass man zu ''übernatürlichen'' kursen handelt. Insbesondere bei ''Bestens'' Aufträgen. ( Falls du die Aktie die in Frankfurt kotiert ist, meinst )

No Risk No Fun Smile

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Ich meinte den gestrigen Absturz in New York...

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Manipulation pur...wie man weiss sind aktuell die besten CPN-Monate - im Juni sogar +$77 Mio Gewinn (vor Reorg-Kosten) ...doch da geht eben aktuell das Kreditgespenst um :shock: ....

...und das Hedger-Pack wünscht uns Shareholder ja schon lange ins Pfefferland, will uns schrauben, dh. alle Aktien abluchsen...

....aber ich denke dass selbst alle Angebote die gemacht werden für die CPN-Übernahme werden von CPN abgelehnt, wie sagte doch der CEO May - Bottom Fisher haben keine Chance...zudem ist die Bk-Exit-Finanzierung bereits erfolgt....

...übrigens wurde Calpine unter Mithilfe von Elektrowatt Ltd., Zürich im 1984 gegründet.... 'alpine = Swiss, siehe unten

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Ich meinte den gestrigen Absturz in New York...

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Incorporated: 1984

NAIC: 221112 Fossil Fuel Electric Power Generation (pt)

Calpine Corporation is a leading independent power company with 90 percent of its capacity derived from gas-fired power plants and ten percent derived from geothermal facilities. Calpine is a vertically integrated organization capable of handling each stage of a power plant's development, including the design, financing, and construction of the facility, as well as each aspect of its operation, such as fuel management, maintenance, and power marketing. The company owns interests in 44 plants with an aggregate capacity of 4,273 megawatts, but construction underway in 2000 is slated to increase Calpine's capacity to 10,208 megawatts. Calpine sells its electricity and steam to utilities and other third-party end users. California-based Pacific Gas and Electric Company and Texas Utilities Electric Company account for nearly 50 percent of the company's annual sales.

Calpine was founded by three executives from the San Jose, California, office of New York-based Gibbs & Hill, Inc., an environmental engineering firm specializing in power engineering projects. Peter Cartwright, the senior member of the small group, had spent five years at Gibbs & Hill, serving as the vice-president and general manager of the company's western regional office. His career, however, included far more than his five-year stint at Gibbs & Hill. Cartwright earned his Bachelor of Science degree in geological engineering from Princeton University in 1952 and his Master of Science degree in civil engineering from Columbia University in 1953. His academic training eventually provided entry into General Electric Co.'s nuclear energy division, where he spent 19 years working on plant construction, project management, and new business development.

When Cartwright left Gibbs & Hill in 1984 to start Calpine, he was joined by Ann Curtis and John Rocchio, two Gibbs & Hill executives who became vice-presidents of the newly formed Calpine. The company received financial backing from Guy F. Atkinson Co., which later sold its 50 percent stake in the firm, and from Electrowatt Ltd., a Switzerland-based utility, industrial products, and engineering services company. (An oversized Swiss cowbell on display at corporate headquarters in San Jose, as well as the 'alpine' in the company's name were testaments to Calpine's Swiss lineage). Initially, Calpine provided engineering, management, finance, and maintenance services to the then emerging independent power production industry, which was entering a new era of competition as regulatory constraints loosened. Calpine built turnkey power plants--facilities ready for immediate use--for its clients, registering its first annual profit two years after its founding.

Calpine went on to record a string of profitable years, but much of the company's consistent success was achieved while pursuing a substantially different corporate objective than it had proclaimed at its outset. Cartwright was inspired by the impressive gains of his clients, the operators of Calpine's turnkey power plants, who were registering tantalizing financial growth. He became convinced that the greatest prospects for financial growth were to be found as a power plant operator, rather than serving the operators. Accordingly, in 1989, Cartwright altered Calpine's business focus by concentrating the company's energies on the acquisition, development, ownership, operation, and maintenance of gas-fired and geothermal power generation facilities.

As Calpine set out to fulfill its new role as a power plant developer and operator, the company's growth was measured not only by its financial totals, but also by the number of plants it owned and by the amount of electricity it produced, expressed by the megawatt (one megawatt is sufficient to light 1,000 households). Based on these criteria, Calpine achieved only moderate progress during its first years as a power plant developer and operator. By 1992, the company produced approximately 297 megawatts of electricity at four plants, enabling it to collect nearly $40 million in revenue for the year. Although Calpine's production capacity represented sufficient electricity to power more than a quarter million homes, the total was unimpressive. Relative to its stature at the end of the decade and relative to the more than $200-billion-a-year power generation industry, the company was a diminutive national force during the early 1990s, its anonymity not helped by its standing as a privately held, wholly-owned subsidiary of a foreign parent company.

Despite its lack of status, Calpine was beginning to distinguish itself during the early 1990s. The company was most widely recognized for its geothermal plants, ranking 'as one of the top four or five in the business,' according to Tsvi Meidav, president of a geothermal engineering company, in the July 20, 1992 issue of Business Journal--San Jose. 'They [Calpine] are most outstanding in the area of engineering and very strong in operations maintenance,' Meidav added. Calpine would add substantially to its list of admirers once it pursued expansion more aggressively. Toward that end, the company announced plans in 1992 to complete an initial public offering of stock in three to five years and to triple its capacity by 1994.

Calpine's commitment to aggressive expansion occurred at an opportune time. As the company grew, more than tripling its annual revenue volume by collecting $132 million in 1995, the dynamics of the U.S. electric industry were about to be dramatically changed. In what would spark a national movement, the California legislature announced in 1996 that it would deregulate the state's electric industry and allow customers to choose their electricity supplier. The state legislation, scheduled to be enacted in 1998, touched off a wave of similar resolutions across the country as deregulation spread state by state. Within a year of California's announcement, nearly a dozen states had announced they would deregulate their electric industries as well, with 24 other states taking the action under consideration. As the movement toward deregulation intensified, members of the U.S. Congress tried to accelerate the national trend by introducing a bill that would bypass state legislatures and promulgate nationwide electric deregulation.

As an independent power company, Calpine stood to benefit enormously from the fervor for deregulation that swept across the country during the late 1990s. The company's foundation as a service provider to power plant operators and its subsequent development into a power plant operator itself engendered a vertically integrated enterprise primed for the new competitive era. Calpine presided over every stage of a plant's development, handling each phase from conceptual design, financing, and construction, to operation, fuel management, and power marketing. With this synergistic approach to the business of producing electricity, the company was capable of offering highly competitive rates that did not sacrifice profitability. Accordingly, Cartwright and his senior executives welcomed the changes that were transforming their industry, particularly because they had anticipated the changes and, unlike many of their competitors, had moved aggressively to take advantage of the changes. The effect of their anticipatory actions was most evident in one pivotal transaction completed in 1996.

Although Cartwright and his team completed scores of deals during the 1990s, their shrewdness reached unprecedented acuity in a purchase from Siemens Westinghouse Power Corp. In 1996, Calpine placed an order with Siemens Westinghouse for 46 gas-fired turbines. The acquisition represented a gamble considering that many of the turbines involved in the deal were purchased before the company had commitments to build new power plants, but Cartwright pressed ahead despite the risk. He had launched an ambitious plan at the beginning of 1996 to develop 6,300 megawatts of new capacity before the end of the decade, expansion that required new equipment to actualize. Although the purchase of 46 turbines shocked outside observers, the timing of the deal later justified Cartwright's gamble. The purchase was made before the tidal wave of support for deregulation reached its acme and before the majority of utilities realized more industry capacity was needed. Consequently, at the time of the Calpine-Siemen Westinghouse deal, power generation equipment was cheaper and easier to obtain than it would be once the movement toward deregulation took hold.

The combination of Calpine management's intuitive powers in foreseeing a growing demand for capacity and its willingness to gamble heavily paid handsome dividends. Commitments for new power plants arrived, thereby necessitating the acquisition of the turbines and prompting industry pundits to hail the turbine purchase as the primary cause for Calpine's glowing success at the turn of the century. Less than three years after the deal, companies were clamoring for turbines, with demand exceeding supply to the point that some companies were selling their turbine delivery slots, essentially exchanging their place in line for cash.

The decisive Siemens Westinghouse purchase coincided with another important corporate event in 1996, one that saw the Swiss cowbell at company headquarters lose its relevance. Electrowatt Ltd. informed Cartwright that it was narrowing its strategic focus on its industrial business, a decision that paved the way for Calpine's independence. In response to the news from Switzerland, Cartwright prepared Calpine for its debut as a publicly traded company, completing an initial public offering of stock in September 1996. The stock sale netted the company $82 million and gave management an 11 percent ownership stake in Calpine.

Calpine evolved from a relative unknown in the power industry to a recognizable, burgeoning national force during the mid-1990s. Between the end of 1992 and the end of 1997, the company completed transactions involving 13 gas-fired cogeneration facilities and two steam fields, more than quadrupling its total power generating capacity and substantially diversifying its fuel mix. Calpine achieved its growth by taking on the posture of an aggressive acquirer, resulting in $855 million of total indebtedness by the end of 1997. For Cartwright, the debt taken on was the price to pay for rapidly expanding in the promising business climate of the late 1990s, a sacrifice that greatly elevated his company's stature. Between 1992 and 1997, Calpine's net interest in power generation facilities increased from 297 megawatts to 1,981 megawatts, fueling a 48 percent compound annual growth rate in revenue that enabled the company to announce $276.3 million in revenue in 1997. Equally impressive, the value of Calpine's assets increased from $55 million in 1992 to $1.4 billion in 1997. The company's greatest surge in growth, however, was yet to come.

Calpine entered the 1990s endeavoring to slip past $40 million in sales. The company ended the decade flirting with the $1-billion-in-sales mark. Much of this growth was achieved between 1997 and 1999, when the company's revenue volume swelled from $276 million to $847 million as the number of plants in which it held interests increased from 23 to 44. Deregulation was in full swing during the last years of the 1990s, prompting Cartwright to develop expansion plans that promised to exponentially increase the size of his company within the coming five years. With a flurry of acquisitions and development projects that nearly doubled the size of the company's power plant portfolio, Cartwright fleshed out Calpine's presence in California, New England, New York, and Texas. By the end of the decade, he had targeted the Southeast, Florida in particular, as the company's next major growth area for gas-fired generation.

Cartwright's short-term plans for the first years of the 21st century were of staggering proportions. Building on a total capacity of 4,273 megawatts in 1999, Cartwright hoped to increase the company's capacity to 25,000 megawatts by 2004. To help finance such expansion, the company secured a $1 billion revolving loan backed by a syndication of more than 20 banks in late 1999. The line of credit provided the means for the construction of approximately six plants, but Cartwright's plans called for far more than six additional plants. As the company entered the 21st century, ten new power plants were under construction, representing nearly 6,000 megawatts of additional capacity. In addition, the company announced plans for developing 12 more plants in the near future, which represented another 7,990 megawatts of capacity. Based on these projections, Calpine figured to be a major force in the power industry during the 21st century.

Principal Subsidiaries

Gas Energy Inc.; Calpine Natural Gas Company; Cogeneration Corporation of America (80%).

Principal Competitors

The AES Corporation; MidAmerican Energy Holdings Company; Sithe Energies Inc.

Further Reading

Anderson, Mark, 'Cogen Plant's Under Way,' Sacramento Business Journal, December 10, 1999, p. 11.

Gosmano, Jeff, 'Calpine's Eye-Popping Streak Set Off by Canny Turbine Buys,' Natural Gas Week, August 30, 1999, p. 1.

Keegan, Jeffrey, 'Building Calpine's Financing Future,' Investment Dealers' Digest, December 13, 1999, p. 99347019.

McLane, Tegan M., 'Calpine Execs Steamed Up to Power Up,' Business Journal--San Jose, July 20, 1992, p. 1.

Speaker, Scott C., 'Calpine Eyes the Sunshine State,' Natural Gas Week, September 13, 1999, p. 10.

— Jeffrey L. Covell

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nachbörslich fast 20 Mio Aktien :shock:

t 2.26 6432404 OTO 16:25:09

t 2.26 9999999 OTO 16:24:25

t 2.26 1825822 OTO 16:22:10

t 2.212 75000 OTO 16:01:24

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..Shorties werden demnext geschraubt :shock:

August Short Report

CPNLQ $

CALPINE CP

Shares Short 29,476,400

Days to Cover (Short Ratio) 4.7

Short % of Float %

Shares Short - Prior 32,048,600

Short % Increase / Decrease -8.03 %

Squeeze Ranking™

% from 52-Wk HIGH ( 0.00 ) %

% from 52-Wk LOW ( 0.00 ) %

% from 200-Day MA ( ) %

% from 50-Day MA ( ) %

Price % Change (52-Wk) %

Trading Volume - Today

Trading Volume - Average 6,273,200

Trading Volume Vs. Avg. %

Total Shares - Float

Total Shares - Outstanding

% Held by Insiders %

% Held by Institutions %

Market Cap

EPS

PE Ratio

Sector:

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SI Record Date 2007-Aug

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Der Trend zeigt weiter gegen Süden Sad

Jungs und Mädels Kopf hoch und abwarten.

wollte nur Mal sehen wie es nach dem Verkauf so der Aktie ergangen ist.

2.19 $ (09:30:02)

Mit mir wirst du nie hungrig sein.

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Du Armer, hast alles in eine neue Küche investiert und kannst jetzt nur noch von der Seitenlinie zuschauen Wink

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Was macht ihr

mit euren Calpine? Die kennen seit Monaten nur noch eine Richtung...;-(((

Gruss Mari

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Genau, nur noch südwärts, ging aber vorher auch lange in Richtung Norden. Weiss jemand was los ist?

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Nein, nicht wirklich. Nur Gerüchte. anscheinend sollen die Industrianlagen von Calpine im Zuge der anhaltenden US-Immobilienkrise an Wert verloren haben. Da die meisten Anlagen in irgend einer Form besichert waren (Hypotheken etc.) kommt die Firma auch in Liquiditätsprobleme.

Wir sollten nicht vergessen, dass es sich hier um eine Firma im Nachlassverfahren handelt, also eher zerbrechlich. Da schlagen natürlich solche negative Rahmenbedingungen doppelt auf den Magen.

Im Weiteren ist meines Wissens immer noch nicht genau geklärt, in welchem Umfang die (Alt)aktionäre bluten müssen (Kapitalschnitt).

Operativ hat sich meines Wissens nichts verändert. Wer an Geotherm glaubt, muss Calpine halten.

Invest wisely and make your own research

Fine-Tuner

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Anlagen besichert, so ein Quatsch Smile

Tatsache ist dass gemäss CEO-Aussage nach wie vor $2.05 (Mittelwert) geboten werden Biggrin

...und dann ist noch ein Asset Value Hearing offen....

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Nein, nicht wirklich. Nur Gerüchte. anscheinend sollen die Industrianlagen von Calpine im Zuge der anhaltenden US-Immobilienkrise an Wert verloren haben. Da die meisten Anlagen in irgend einer Form besichert waren (Hypotheken etc.) kommt die Firma auch in Liquiditätsprobleme.

Wir sollten nicht vergessen, dass es sich hier um eine Firma im Nachlassverfahren handelt, also eher zerbrechlich. Da schlagen natürlich solche negative Rahmenbedingungen doppelt auf den Magen.

Im Weiteren ist meines Wissens immer noch nicht genau geklärt, in welchem Umfang die (Alt)aktionäre bluten müssen (Kapitalschnitt).

Operativ hat sich meines Wissens nichts verändert. Wer an Geotherm glaubt, muss Calpine halten.

Invest wisely and make your own research

Fine-Tuner

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Was ist los?

Hallo zusammen

Hat mal wieder jemand etwas von Calpine gehört? Was macht ihr mit diesen Aktien?

Danke schon mal im Voraus für News!

Mari

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Re: Was ist los?

Am 20.11. wird eine Neubewertung präsentiert, die letzte vom August liegt bei ca. $20,3 bis 21,xx Mrd. (was vom Markwert her betrachtet eine Frechheit ist !!)....danach kommt eine 10-Tagefrist wo man noch über den POR abstimmen kann - die Ami-Shareholder können no oder yes sagen, ebenso die anderen Gläubigerklassen...

....und danach wird der Richter seinen Senf dazu geben, wenn der 79-jährige uns nicht bis dahin wegstirbt LolLol ...dann sehen wir was wir bekommen - im Dez. sollten wir es wissen.....

...ich behalte meine Aktien !

Das Abzocker-Magmt hat sich nun noch eine Jet zugelegt damit sie schneller in die Ferien fliegen können....und der CEO May wird sich eh Ende Januar 2008 mit knapp 10 Mio Bonus aus dem Staube machen und uns Shareholder auslachen LolLolLolLolLolLol weil wir ihnen diese Abzockermentalität erlauben und die Firma an das Hedgerpack und Goldman Sucks verscherbeln damit die den Reibach machen können......gggggrrrrrrrr

ARMES AMERIKA!

Calpine, in Folge Liquiditätsengpass in Bk gepresst wird mit bereinigtem Anlage-Portfolio Ende Dez07 aus dem Bankrott auftauchen...

Mari wrote:

Hallo zusammen

Hat mal wieder jemand etwas von Calpine gehört? Was macht ihr mit diesen Aktien?

Danke schon mal im Voraus für News!

Mari

Gruss Hans

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Calpine

Hans hat mit seinem Kommentar ins Schwarze getroffen! Ging mir bei Hydroflo Inc. genau gleich.

Werden wir heute bei Calpine gar in den Penny-Stock-Bereich abstürzen, ist eine kräftige Verkaufwelle sicher vorprogrammiert!

Eigentlich schade... aber ich hatte schon vorher davor gewarnt!

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Penny-Stock

Der Penny-Stock Calpine ist perfekt und es wurden auch bereits über 10 Mio. Aktien gehandelt!

Hier könnte ich mir aber vorstellen, dass bei $ 0.90 - 0.85 eine kräftige Gegenreaktion in den Bereich von $ 1.30 - 1.45 einsetzt!

Schönes Weekend, trotz dem Kurstaucher!

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