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  • rpbossman rpbossman Jan 24, 2000 5:06 PM Flag

    Loaded up on more ENERW at the close!!!

    DIFFER WITH you on ENER's technology. Meaningful
    patents you say? PLUG doesn't even come close. forget the
    hundreds of U.S> and foreign patents on hydrogen
    storage, batteries and solar. Howabout the DVD-rw discs
    and chip memory. Its really unbelievable to try and
    compare PLUG with ENER. Excpt to say your right about the
    8xrevenue. ENER's potential revenue is so great that it
    won't suprise me if this stock goes to $500 or even
    $1000. I know this sounds far fetched but the royalty
    streams that will come in off the various patents is so
    great, it'll make Qualcom look like Disney or
    Cateppilar.

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    • I have known this company for years. I've met
      Stan a few times and even drove their electric car
      around Troy before the EV1. There is tremendous
      undiscovered wealth here. I only had a few shares until today
      when I bought tons.
      The only thing that hurt this
      company the last few years is low oil prices. If you
      haven't noticed, oil hit a 9 year high last week. If
      prices stay up their solar cells are comperably cheaper
      and maybe the EV1, which is a very good car will
      start to sell.
      In the mean time, being discovered as
      a fuel cell producer will get the stock moving to
      where it should be between $30 and $50.
      Oh yes, did
      I mention royalities on DVD rewritable and memory
      and storage products? As investors take a look at
      this company they will buy and hold.

    • $25 by Wed, then maybe new highs

    • trading at such a high premium then? Is it
      because they are closer to coming to market or that it's
      a pure-play? Internet companies have been valued
      typically by a multiple of its revenues. How do you think
      an analyst could justify a target price on this
      stock? I would think it would be a revenue multiple. If
      so, this thing really is worth over $1,000. Yes, it
      seems far fetched, but I've seen stranger things happen
      in this market. BTW, when's this company ring in
      pre-tax income? Thanks! Airlines71

      • 1 Reply to Airlines71
      • craze hit a couple of weeks ago. ENER is just
        starting to get the PR. Since fuel cells were the many
        point of the run up, yes I think the pure play idea
        could be true. But now things are starting to branch
        into differnet areas such as solar. Here is where ENER
        takes the lead. With its variety of patents and
        inventions the stock value is on much better footing then
        PLUG or BLDP. Also add in management Stan Ovinsky,
        Roger Stempel, Tyler Lowerey. Thats real brain and
        selling power for their products.

 
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