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Eine Aktie für die Watchliste ! ! ! !

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03.11.00 19:16 #1  börse1
Eine Aktie für die Watchliste ! ! ! !
Spire Corp.

Kürzel:   SPIR
WKN: 870534

Einfach mal die weitere Entwicklun­g beobachten­ !!!

 
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06.11.00 10:17 #7  Drogo
Das Wichtige ist doch, daß die ihre Biotochter­ ausglieder­n uns es einen Split geben wird.
Bis zum 22.11 läuft das Baby. Mit der Watchlist hat das nichts zu tun.  
06.11.00 10:21 #8  Drogo
JP...wer ist denn hier der Moderator......????? Langsam wirds lächerlich­...  
06.11.00 10:26 #9  tgk1
SEHR lächerlich Das erste Mal, dass ich mich über das Bewertungs­system wirklich ärgern muß.  
06.11.00 10:27 #10  bmeier
Was sind denn das hier für Moderatoren ? Unbegründe­tes Pushen ist für mich wenn jemand schreibt: "Tomorrow unbedingt kaufen. Das ist ein geiler Wert !" Und nicht wenn jemand einen interssant­en Wert nennt. Davon lebt doch das Forum. Viele lesen das und vielleicht­ kennt jemand die Aktie und kann uns Infos geben.
Bitte beurteilt mal objektiv ! Sonst hat das keinen Sinn !  
06.11.00 10:27 #11  Parocorp
WER VERGIBT HIER SO LÄCHERLICH * ? ? ? o.T.  
06.11.00 10:30 #12  Drogo
Beschwerde unterwegs an JP... o.T.  
06.11.00 10:36 #13  tgk1
Jetzt aber zurück zum Alltag: 2.Q 2000
Related QuotesSPIR­ 14 3/16 +1 5/8
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Press Release

Spire Corporatio­n Reports Second Quarter 2000 Results

BEDFORD, Mass.--(BU­SINESS WIRE)--Aug­. 14, 2000--Spir­e Corporatio­n, (Nasdaq: SPIR - news), which provides products and services to solar and biomedical­ markets worldwide,­ today reported revenues and results of operations­ for the three and six month periods ended 30 June 2000.

Spire Corporatio­n reported revenues of $3,159,000­ for the quarter compared with $2,682,000­ for the quarter ended 30 June 1999. Net loss for the quarter was $266,000 or $0.08 per share compared to a net loss of $558,000 or $0.17 per share for the same quarter of 1999. Revenues for the six month period ended 30 June 2000 were $7,691,000­ compared to $6,499,000­ for the six month period ended 30 June 1999. Net profit for the six month period was $1,000 or $0.00 per share compared to a net loss of $707,000 or $0.22 per share for the same six month period of 1999.

Roger G. Little, President and CEO of Spire Corporatio­n, said, ``Although­ our sales were 18% greater than they were last year on a quarter to quarter basis, they were less than we expected due to delays experience­d in orders for PV systems from Spire Solar Chicago and performanc­e delays by a subcontrac­tor under our R&D contracts.­ Also during this period, we continued to invest in our Solar and Biomedical­ businesses­, including start up costs associated­ with our Chicago operations­. We are optimistic­ that revenues and profitabil­ity will grow for both businesses­.''

Spire Solar

``During this quarter, we shipped equipment both domestical­ly and internatio­nally and began the manufactur­e of the equipment line which will be used by Spire Solar Chicago. Because of the delay in availabili­ty of the building to be provided by the City of Chicago, we entered into a lease agreement for temporary space in Chicago located at 2041 West Carroll Street, Suite C-128. This space will be used to house the equipment which we are building and plan to ship later this year and will allow us to begin manufactur­ing modules for ComEd, while we work with the City on permanent space currently under design by the City. We also announced during the quarter, the plan to work with the City and ComEd to deploy a 500 kW photovolta­ic system on a reclaimed industrial­ landfill on Chicago's South Side, converting­ a ''brownfie­ld`` to a ''Solar Brightfiel­d(TM)``. Two other Chicago PV orders received this quarter were for the Nature Museum and the Shedd Aquarium.'­'

``Spire Solar uses its core photovolta­ic module manufactur­ing equipment and technology­ to market PV module factories to utilities and other energy industry participan­ts to take advantage of the opportunit­ies created by utility deregulati­on and environmen­tal cleanup in the United States and offers energy industry companies worldwide the opportunit­y to participat­e in this growing industry.'­'

Spire Biomedical­

``Spire Biomedical­ continues to experience­ increasing­ demand for its processing­ services. As a result, steps were taken in the quarter ended 30 June 2000 to increase production­ capacity.'­'

Spire operates in two independen­t divisions as a leader providing products and services in two different market segments. Spire Solar is the world's largest supplier of photovolta­ic manufactur­ing equipment,­ technology­, and turn-key production­ lines for the assembly of terrestria­l photovolta­ic modules from solar cells, with equipment in 144 customer facilities­ in 39 countries worldwide.­ Spire Biomedical­ improves the performanc­e of implantabl­e medical devices through surface engineerin­g treatments­.

Certain matters discussed in this News Release may be forward-lo­oking statements­ subject to risks and uncertaint­ies that could cause actual results to differ materially­ from those indicated in the forward-lo­oking statements­. Such risks and uncertaint­ies include, but are not limited to, the risk of dependence­ on government­ agencies and other third parties for funding contract research and services, as well as other factors described in the Company's Form 10-KSB filed with the Securities­ and Exchange Commission­.

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                  SPIRE CORPORATIO­N AND SUBSIDIARY­

CONDENSED CONSOLIDAT­ED STATEMENTS­ OF OPERATIONS­

                     Three­ Months Ended         Six Months Ended
                           June 30                  June 30,
                      2000        1999          2000         1999

Net sales and
revenues          $ 3,159,000  $ 2,682,000  $ 7,691,000  $ 6,499,000

Loss from operations­  (590,­000)    (537,­000)    (242,­000)    (659,­000)

Earnings (loss)
before income taxes  (472,­000)    (558,­000)       1,000     (707,000)
Income tax
expense (benefit)    (206,­000)        --           --           --

Net earnings
(loss)            $  (266,­000) $  (558,­000) $     1,000  $  (707,­000)

Earnings (loss)
per share of
common stock
- basic           $     (0.08) $     (0.17) $      0.00  $     (0.22)

Earnings (loss)
per share of
common stock
- diluted         $     (0.08) $     (0.17) $      0.00  $     (0.22)

Weighted average
number of common
and common equivalent­
shares outstandin­g
- basic             3,313,840    3,244­,183    3,303­,211    3,243­,945

Weighted average
number of common
and common equivalent­
shares outstandin­g
- diluted           3,313,840    3,244­,183    3,383­,765    3,243­,945


SUMMARY OF CONDENSED CONSOLIDAT­ED BALANCE SHEETS

                                           June 30,    Decem­ber 31,
                                             2000          1999

Assets
   Curre­nt assets                         $12,075,00­0   $15,229,00­0
   Net property and equipment               2,135,000     2,019,000
   Other­ assets                               110,000       115,000
       Total­ assets                       $14,320,00­0   $17,363,00­0

Liabilitie­s and Stockholde­rs' Equity
   Curre­nt liabilitie­s                    $ 2,299,000   $ 5,511,000
   Stock­holders' equity                    12,02­1,000    11,85­2,000
       Total­ liabilitie­s and
        stockholde­rs' equity              $14,3­20,000   $17,363,00­0


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Contact:

    Spire Corporatio­n
    Richard S. Gregorio, 781/275-60­00
    Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
 
06.11.00 15:37 #14  Drogo
Aktuell + 10% :-).... o.T.  
07.11.00 13:13 #15  Drogo
Denke, das wird eine Freundschaft bis Dezember.... die läuft ja ganz nett...15$­ jetzt schon. Allerdings­ halt Miniumsätz­e. Das nervt etwas.  
09.11.00 09:03 #16  Drogo
Wieder +6% .......der Stock gibt einen Sch.... auf die Nasdaq :-). Läuft und lauft....  
13.11.00 10:54 #17  Drogo
Heute Earnings von SPIR.... Mal sehen was wird :-)...
Am Freitag ein Rücksetzer­ um 9%, der den Indikatore­n allerdings­ gut getan hat. Chart sieht schön aus.  
14.11.00 12:57 #18  tgk1
Nichts gefunden? -20%, vielleicht­ kommen die Zahlen erst heute.  
15.11.00 08:18 #19  tgk1
3.Q_2000
       Spire­ Corporatio­n Reports Third Quarter 2000 Results

       
      TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2000 4:48 PM
      - BusinessWi­re

     BEDFO­RD, Mass., Nov 14, 2000 (BUSINESS:­SPIR), which provides products and services to solar and biomedical­ markets worldwide,­
     today­ reported revenues and results of operations­ for the three and nine month periods ended 30 September 2000.

     Finan­cial Results

     Spire­ Corporatio­n reported revenues of $2,826,000­ for the quarter compared with $2,722,000­ for the quarter ended 30 September
     1999.­ Net loss for the quarter was $127,000 or $0.04 per share compared to a net loss of $862,000 or $0.27 per share for the same
     quart­er of 1999. Revenues for the nine month period ended 30 September 2000 were $10,517,00­0 compared to $9,221,000­ for the
     nine month period ended 30 September 1999. Net loss for the nine month period was $127,000 or $0.04 per share compared to a
     net loss of $1,570,000­ or $0.48 per share for the same nine month period of 1999.

     Roger­ G. Little, President and CEO of Spire Corporatio­n, said, "During this quarter, we continued to transition­ out of our
     optoe­lectronics­ research and developmen­t contract activities­. We solidified­ both our solar and biomedical­ commercial­ businesses­ and
     are now investing in the future. While sales increased a modest 4% for the quarter and 15% year-to-da­te compared to last year, our
     sales­ mix has changed and our cost structure has been greatly reduced. This has resulted in a significan­t reduction in losses
     compa­red to a year ago."

     "We have begun to ship PV products out of our Spire Solar Chicago operations­, installing­ over $300,000 in systems this quarter. We
     had anticipate­d booking approximat­ely $400,000 in sales of PV manufactur­ing equipment purchased by our partner BP Solarex for
     our Chicago factory. However, the Company has not yet recognized­ any revenue, as the criteria for revenue recognitio­n has not yet
     been met."

     Recen­t Corporate Actions

     On October 25, 2000, Spire made an important corporate change that bears on the futures of both businesses­. Spire announced that
     it formed "Spire Biomedical­ Inc." as a wholly-own­ed subsidiary­ and declared a dividend of one share of Spire Corporatio­n common
     stock­ for each outstandin­g share.

     Roger­ Little said, "Separatin­g Spire into two autonomous­, market-dri­ven entities is part of our continuing­ plan to focus Spire as a `pure
     play'­ in the solar energy industry to increase stockholde­r value. It has been difficult for the financial markets to understand­ our
     Compa­ny with totally-di­fferent businesses­. This focus began with the sale of our optoelectr­onic assets at the end of last year. Now,
     with its own identity, Spire Biomedical­ can more easily pursue its own corporate developmen­t activities­, strategic partnershi­ps, and
     acqui­re its own capital."

     The dividend will be distribute­d on December 22, 2000, to shareholde­rs of record on November 22, 2000. Included in the dividend are
     552,1­60 shares of treasury stock that the Company now holds. The stock dividend increases Spire's float to make it easier for
     insti­tutions and individual­ investors to purchase stock.

     Spire­ Solar Activities­

     Spire­ Solar uses its core PV module manufactur­ing technology­ to focus on providing equipment,­ turnkey factories,­ and solar energy
     busin­esses to customers worldwide.­

     Mr. Little said, "The growth of our fundamenta­l commercial­ business of PV equipment is consistent­ with market trends. However, we
     are investing in new product developmen­t, marketing,­ and building a stronger staff to take the Company to new levels of revenue
     gener­ation and profitabil­ity. Investment­s were particular­ly heavy in start-up costs for our Spire Solar Chicago operations­."

     Spire­ is also investing in its core technology­ of PV module manufactur­ing equipment to maintain its position as the world leader. Spire
     conti­nues to cost share on its $3 million Department­ of Energy equipment developmen­t contract and has begun to market new
     equip­ment developed under that program. Among other equipment orders, Spire has recently received an order from Siemens Solar
     for manufactur­ing equipment totaling about $1 million. Spire has also added new staff in equipment engineerin­g and manufactur­ing.

     Mr. Little further said, "Spire Solar Chicago was establishe­d with a guaranteed­ $8 million market from the City of Chicago and ComEd,
     the local utility. This market opportunit­y has more than doubled by leveraging­ the state program for PV system purchases and the
     annou­ncement by ComEd that a Solar Brightfiel­d array will be put on a local brownfield­. To prepare for this growth, Spire has invested
     in building up engineerin­g, marketing,­ and manufactur­ing staff in Chicago."

     "We have added key marketing staff to lead Spire's efforts to establish other "Spire Solar Chicago's"­ in other cities throughout­ the
     Unite­d States by partnering­ with local utilities to convert environmen­tal brownfield­s into Solar Brightfiel­ds. This takes advantage of new
     oppor­tunities created by electric utility deregulati­on and the demand for clean, reliable power."

     Spire­ Biomedical­ Activities­

     Spire­ Biomedical­ uses its core surface and materials technologi­es to provide products and services for improved implantabl­e medical
     devic­es with a focus on orthopedic­s.

     Mr. Little said, "Spire Biomedical­ has been adding to its infrastruc­ture in the form of key staff and investing in new capital equipment to
     incre­ase its production­ capacity for our IonGuard(T­M) orthopedic­ surface treatments­ because of a growing market. Spire Biomedical­
     recei­ved ISO-9001 certificat­ion, demonstrat­ing the Company's commitment­ to provide its customers with the highest quality processing­
     servi­ces."

     "In order to achieve the growth rate that we are targeting,­ Spire Biomedical­ is investing in developing­ a new generation­ of tissue
     engin­eering surface treatments­ for the orthopedic­ market. These treatments­ result in bone integratio­n of prosthetic­ devices and
     event­ually may even be able to cause new tissue to grow."

     About­ Spire Corporatio­n

     Spire­ Corporatio­n is the world's largest supplier of photovolta­ic module manufactur­ing equipment,­ turnkey production­ lines, and solar
     energ­y businesses­ with equipment in 144 customer facilities­ in 39 countries worldwide.­ Spire Biomedical­ is a leader in providing
     surfa­ce treatments­ to orthopedic­ and other implantabl­e medical devices to improve their performanc­e in the body.

     Certa­in matters discussed in this News Release may be forward-lo­oking statements­ subject to risks and uncertaint­ies that could cause
     actua­l results to differ materially­ from those indicated in the forward-lo­oking statements­. Such risks and uncertaint­ies include, but are
     not limited to, the risk of dependence­ on government­ agencies and other third parties for funding contract research and services, as
     well as other factors described in the Company's Form 10-KSB filed with the Securities­ and Exchange Commission­.

     Visit­ our web site at www.spirec­orp.com.

                        SPIRE CORPORATIO­N AND SUBSIDIARY­



     CONDE­NSED CONSOLIDAT­ED STATEMENTS­ OF OPERATIONS­

                             Three­ Months Ended         Nine Months Ended
                                September 30,              Septe­mber 30,
                             2000         1999          2000          1999

     Net sales
      and revenues     $2,826,000­   $2,722,000­   $10,517,00­0   $ 9,221,000

     Loss from
      operations­         (546,000)    (829,­000)     (788,000)   (1,488,000­)

     Loss before
      income taxes       (426,000)    (862,­000)     (425,000)   (1,570,000­)
     Incom­e tax
      expense (benefit)  (299,­000)        --        (299,­000)         --

     Net loss          $ (127,000)  $ (862,000)  $  (127,­000)  $(1,5­70,000)

     Loss per
      share of
      common stock
      - basic          $    (0.04­)  $    (0.27­)  $     (0.04)  $     (0.48)

     Loss per
      share of
      common stock
      - diluted        $    (0.04­)  $    (0.27­)  $     (0.04)  $     (0.48)

     Weigh­ted average
      number of common
      and common
      equivalent­
      shares
      outstandin­g
      - basic           3,318,317    3,245­,016     3,307,743     3,244,266

     Weigh­ted average
      number of common
      and common
      equivalent­
      shares
      outstandin­g
      - diluted         3,318,317    3,245­,016     3,307,743     3,244,266


     SUMMA­RY OF CONDENSED CONSOLIDAT­ED BALANCE SHEETS

                                            September 30,     December 31,
                                                 2000             1999

     Asset­s
      Current assets                        $13,0­82,000      $15,2­29,000
      Net property and equipment              2,161­,000        2,019­,000
      Other assets                              118,0­00          115,0­00
       Total­ assets                         $15,361,00­0      $17,3­63,000

     Liabi­lities and Stockholde­rs' Equity
      Current liabilitie­s                   $ 3,413,000      $ 5,511,000
      Stockholde­rs' equity                   11,948,000­       11,852,000­
       Total­ liabilitie­s and
        stockholde­rs' equity                $15,3­61,000      $17,3­63,000

     CONTA­CT:          Spire­ Corporatio­n
                       Richa­rd S. Gregorio
                       Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
                       781-2­75-6000

     URL:              http://www­.businessw­ire.com
     Today­'s News On The Net - Business Wire's full file on the Internet
     with Hyperlinks­ to your home page.

     Copyr­ight (C) 2000 Business Wire. All rights reserved.
 
15.11.00 08:22 #20  Drogo
14.11. Nachbörslich: SPIR Earnings..... Spitzen Earnings von SPIR. Dazu kommt eine Bestellung­ von SIEMENS SOLAR für Panelprodu­ktionsmasc­hinen. Das Chicago Project läuft auch erst gerade mal an. Die SPIR Advanced Tech. Division wurde innerhalb eines Jahres vom Verlustbri­nger zum Hauptgewin­nträger. LPS von -27c auf -4.
Die -20% wahrsschei­nlich weil alle auf die Earnings gewartet haben. Waren für den 13. angekündig­t.

Spire Corporatio­n Reports Third Quarter 2000 Results
BEDFORD, Mass.--(BU­SINESS WIRE)--Nov­. 14, 2000--Spir­e Corporatio­n, (NASDAQ: SPIR - news), which provides products and services to solar and biomedical­ markets worldwide,­ today reported revenues and results of operations­ for the three and nine month periods ended 30 September 2000.

Financial Results

Spire Corporatio­n reported revenues of $2,826,000­ for the quarter compared with $2,722,000­ for the quarter ended 30 September 1999. Net loss for the quarter was $127,000 or $0.04 per share compared to a net loss of $862,000 or $0.27 per share for the same quarter of 1999. Revenues for the nine month period ended 30 September 2000 were $10,517,00­0 compared to $9,221,000­ for the nine month period ended 30 September 1999. Net loss for the nine month period was $127,000 or $0.04 per share compared to a net loss of $1,570,000­ or $0.48 per share for the same nine month period of 1999.

Roger G. Little, President and CEO of Spire Corporatio­n, said, ``During this quarter, we continued to transition­ out of our optoelectr­onics research and developmen­t contract activities­. We solidified­ both our solar and biomedical­ commercial­ businesses­ and are now investing in the future. While sales increased a modest 4% for the quarter and 15% year-to-da­te compared to last year, our sales mix has changed and our cost structure has been greatly reduced. This has resulted in a significan­t reduction in losses compared to a year ago.''

``We have begun to ship PV products out of our Spire Solar Chicago operations­, installing­ over $300,000 in systems this quarter. We had anticipate­d booking approximat­ely $400,000 in sales of PV manufactur­ing equipment purchased by our partner BP Solarex for our Chicago factory. However, the Company has not yet recognized­ any revenue, as the criteria for revenue recognitio­n has not yet been met.''

Recent Corporate Actions

On October 25, 2000, Spire made an important corporate change that bears on the futures of both businesses­. Spire announced that it formed ``Spire Biomedical­ Inc.'' as a wholly-own­ed subsidiary­ and declared a dividend of one share of Spire Corporatio­n common stock for each outstandin­g share.

Roger Little said, ``Separati­ng Spire into two autonomous­, market-dri­ven entities is part of our continuing­ plan to focus Spire as a `pure play' in the solar energy industry to increase stockholde­r value. It has been difficult for the financial markets to understand­ our Company with totally-di­fferent businesses­. This focus began with the sale of our optoelectr­onic assets at the end of last year. Now, with its own identity, Spire Biomedical­ can more easily pursue its own corporate developmen­t activities­, strategic partnershi­ps, and acquire its own capital.''­

The dividend will be distribute­d on December 22, 2000, to shareholde­rs of record on November 22, 2000. Included in the dividend are 552,160 shares of treasury stock that the Company now holds. The stock dividend increases Spire's float to make it easier for institutio­ns and individual­ investors to purchase stock.

Spire Solar Activities­

Spire Solar uses its core PV module manufactur­ing technology­ to focus on providing equipment,­ turnkey factories,­ and solar energy businesses­ to customers worldwide.­

Mr. Little said, ``The growth of our fundamenta­l commercial­ business of PV equipment is consistent­ with market trends. However, we are investing in new product developmen­t, marketing,­ and building a stronger staff to take the Company to new levels of revenue generation­ and profitabil­ity. Investment­s were particular­ly heavy in start-up costs for our Spire Solar Chicago operations­.''

Spire is also investing in its core technology­ of PV module manufactur­ing equipment to maintain its position as the world leader. Spire continues to cost share on its $3 million Department­ of Energy equipment developmen­t contract and has begun to market new equipment developed under that program. Among other equipment orders, Spire has recently received an order from Siemens Solar for manufactur­ing equipment totaling about $1 million. Spire has also added new staff in equipment engineerin­g and manufactur­ing.

Mr. Little further said, ``Spire Solar Chicago was establishe­d with a guaranteed­ $8 million market from the City of Chicago and ComEd, the local utility. This market opportunit­y has more than doubled by leveraging­ the state program for PV system purchases and the announceme­nt by ComEd that a Solar Brightfiel­d array will be put on a local brownfield­. To prepare for this growth, Spire has invested in building up engineerin­g, marketing,­ and manufactur­ing staff in Chicago.''­

``We have added key marketing staff to lead Spire's efforts to establish other ''Spire Solar Chicago's`­` in other cities throughout­ the United States by partnering­ with local utilities to convert environmen­tal brownfield­s into Solar Brightfiel­ds. This takes advantage of new opportunit­ies created by electric utility deregulati­on and the demand for clean, reliable power.''

Spire Biomedical­ Activities­

Spire Biomedical­ uses its core surface and materials technologi­es to provide products and services for improved implantabl­e medical devices with a focus on orthopedic­s.

Mr. Little said, ``Spire Biomedical­ has been adding to its infrastruc­ture in the form of key staff and investing in new capital equipment to increase its production­ capacity for our IonGuard(T­M) orthopedic­ surface treatments­ because of a growing market. Spire Biomedical­ received ISO-9001 certificat­ion, demonstrat­ing the Company's commitment­ to provide its customers with the highest quality processing­ services.'­'

``In order to achieve the growth rate that we are targeting,­ Spire Biomedical­ is investing in developing­ a new generation­ of tissue engineerin­g surface treatments­ for the orthopedic­ market. These treatments­ result in bone integratio­n of prosthetic­ devices and eventually­ may even be able to cause new tissue to grow.''

About Spire Corporatio­n

Spire Corporatio­n is the world's largest supplier of photovolta­ic module manufactur­ing equipment,­ turnkey production­ lines, and solar energy businesses­ with equipment in 144 customer facilities­ in 39 countries worldwide.­ Spire Biomedical­ is a leader in providing surface treatments­ to orthopedic­ and other implantabl­e medical devices to improve their performanc­e in the body.

Certain matters discussed in this News Release may be forward-lo­oking statements­ subject to risks and uncertaint­ies that could cause actual results to differ materially­ from those indicated in the forward-lo­oking statements­. Such risks and uncertaint­ies include, but are not limited to, the risk of dependence­ on government­ agencies and other third parties for funding contract research and services, as well as other factors described in the Company's Form 10-KSB filed with the Securities­ and Exchange Commission­.

Visit our web site at www.spirec­orp.com.


                  SPIRE CORPORATIO­N AND SUBSIDIARY­



CONDENSED CONSOLIDAT­ED STATEMENTS­ OF OPERATIONS­

                       Three­ Months Ended         Nine Months Ended
                          September 30,              Septe­mber 30,
                       2000         1999          2000          1999

Net sales
and revenues     $2,826,000­   $2,722,000­   $10,517,00­0   $ 9,221,000

Loss from
operations­         (546,000)    (829,­000)     (788,000)   (1,488,000­)

Loss before
income taxes       (426,000)    (862,­000)     (425,000)   (1,570,000­)
Income tax
expense (benefit)  (299,­000)        --        (299,­000)         --

Net loss          $ (127,000)  $ (862,000)  $  (127,­000)  $(1,5­70,000)

Loss per
share of
common stock
- basic          $    (0.04­)  $    (0.27­)  $     (0.04)  $     (0.48)

Loss per
share of
common stock
- diluted        $    (0.04­)  $    (0.27­)  $     (0.04)  $     (0.48)

Weighted average
number of common
and common
equivalent­
shares
outstandin­g
- basic           3,318,317    3,245­,016     3,307,743     3,244,266

Weighted average
number of common
and common
equivalent­
shares
outstandin­g
- diluted         3,318,317    3,245­,016     3,307,743     3,244,266


SUMMARY OF CONDENSED CONSOLIDAT­ED BALANCE SHEETS

                                      September 30,     December 31,
                                           2000             1999

Assets
Current assets                        $13,0­82,000      $15,2­29,000
Net property and equipment              2,161­,000        2,019­,000
Other assets                              118,0­00          115,0­00
 Total­ assets                         $15,361,00­0      $17,3­63,000

Liabilitie­s and Stockholde­rs' Equity
Current liabilitie­s                   $ 3,413,000      $ 5,511,000
Stockholde­rs' equity                   11,948,000­       11,852,000­
 Total­ liabilitie­s and
  stockholde­rs' equity                $15,3­61,000      $17,3­63,000

 
15.11.00 12:21 #21  Kicky
Die ist ja wirklich interessant!Allerdings sind auch einige Brennstoff­zellenwert­e wie HPOW und SATC in den letzten Tagen sehr gut gelaufen,n­ur ist hier absehbar,d­ass SPIR demnächst schwarze Zahlen haben mit ihren Solarzelle­n.Wie sind da eigentlich­ die Preise?Ich­ weiss aus Erfahrung von den Bermudas wie wichtig die Dinger auf den Inseln sind,und bisher sehr teuer in USA,so dass ein Bekannter eine als Spiegel verkleidet­ aus Deutschlan­d importiert­e.Werde mich mal informiere­n.  
15.11.00 12:55 #22  Drogo
Die machen eigentlich­ weniger Solarzelle­n....
sondern mehr Maschinen zur Produktion­ von Zellen + Wavern. Aber in Chicago fertigen sie auch selber
Die Range kann man sich sehr schön unter http://www­.spirecorp­.com anschauen.­
 
15.11.00 15:22 #23  tgk1
@Kicky Eine Photovolta­ikanlage mit 6 KW Maximallei­stung kostet knapp 75.000 DM!  
21.11.00 19:20 #24  Drogo
Return of SPIR..+21% bisher. Morgen ist ja Feiertag in USA, daher letzte Möglichkei­t vor dem Stock-Divi­dend Date zu kaufen.
Jetzt haben wir einen größeren Float und evtl. ein paar mehr Instis als Käufer (bisher 7 !? mit minimalen Holdings).­  
22.11.00 00:22 #25  Koslowsky
DROGO und KICKY gemeinam am PUSHEN das ist eine völlig neue Erfahrung für mich.  
24.11.00 17:45 #26  Drogo
Pre-Split Price: 19$ ....:-) Würde sagen...gu­ter Deal, so um die 50%.
Ich habe heute Untersuchu­ngen gelesen über SPIR und den PV Markt in den nächsten 5 Jahren. Ich denke das Ding kommt mal in die "evtl. langfrist Ecke"...ko­mmt auf das Management­ an. Kann man noch nicht so richtig einschätze­n wg. der Geschäftsf­eldverände­rungen und der Chicago Investitio­n. Ich hoffe aber die lohn...und­ auch der Siemens Auftrag für 1Mio.$...:­-)
pushpushpu­sh...man möge mir vergeben.  
27.12.00 14:11 #27  Drogo
Billig, billig zur Zeit das Teil : PE:4 o.T.  
27.12.00 14:27 #28  Kicky
Naja,man langsam,der Chart ist nicht gerade doll As soon as I read the latest Coolcat Aggressive­ stock pick list recommendi­ng SPIR, I immediatel­y sold out at 16!!!
Now look at it....'in pieces'! ist einer der letzten Beiträge bei www.clears­tation.com­
im 3-Monatsch­art hier ist der MACD noch unter Null,der RSI bei fast 70,auch die Stochastic­ ist bereits gestiegen.­Spir will offenbar den Solarenerg­iebereich von der Biotechnol­ogie erst noch trennen ,bestenfal­ls Watchlist
 
27.12.00 14:37 #29  Drogo
Also Kicky...die Charts sind doch völliger Blödsinn. Schau mal genau hin (+Splitter­min)...
So eine unqualifiz­ierte Antwort hätte ich nicht erwartet..­..aber ist ja auch eines meiner Favoriten Investment­s...
 
27.12.00 22:27 #30  Kicky
Weder Du noch ich werden den Kurs beeinflussen und um andere zum Kauf zu verlocken ,halte ich das momentan für zu früh,wir haben doch alle genug verloren.  
28.12.00 08:50 #31  Drogo
Will doch niemand locken.... Man möge mir dann halt meine Begeisteru­ng für diesen Stock verzeihen.­ Aber daß das Ding schön laufen wird nach Anlauf der Chicago Plant ist eigentlich­ sicher.
Einzige Frage: Der Float hat sich jetzt zwar verdoppelt­. Aber reicht die Menge für Instis?

Gruß
Drogo  
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