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    GTCI - 500 Beiträge pro Seite

    eröffnet am 18.07.99 14:58:51 von
    olddax

    neuester Beitrag 25.11.99 17:17:29 von
    genibo
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    olddax
    schrieb am 18.07.99 14:58:51
    Beitrag Nr. 1 (90.643)
    Was ist los im Board mit den GTCI-Kennern. Wochenlang wurde GTCI als zukunftsträchtiges Internetunternehmen in China mit einem Super 99er KGV von 3 empfohlen. Jetzt empfiehlt keiner mehr. Wie ist die Meinung. Steigt die Aktie im Jahr 00 nun auf 60 $ oder wird sie gar vom Kurszettel verschwinde? Der Chef der Firma, Mr. Wong äußert sich zu Anfragen nach dem tatsächlichen Gewinn von GTCI bisher nicht. Bitte um fundierte Meinungen.
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    Glück
    schrieb am 18.07.99 16:27:22
    Beitrag Nr. 2 (90.644)
    Im Moment sind wohl alle noch von der Taiwanattacke mitgenommen.

    Glück
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    jschoefer
    schrieb am 18.07.99 19:47:26
    Beitrag Nr. 3 (90.645)
    also ich bleib auf jeden fall dabei !
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    ShareholderCGN
    schrieb am 18.07.99 22:07:25
    Beitrag Nr. 4 (90.646)
    Ich muß wohl dabei bleiben. Die Scheißdinger sind neben MyWEB immer noch die Krebsgeschwüre meines Depots seit April.
    Echt zum K......
    Bin mir bei GTCI noch nicht mal mehr sicher ob die Firma überhaupt existiert.
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    xLudovicox
    schrieb am 20.07.99 10:12:42
    Beitrag Nr. 5 (90.647)
    Hi,

    da dieser Thread bisher eher wenig Interesse findet, d.h. wenige Aufrufe als auch beiträge ist GTCI wohl nicht mehr im Fokus der Boardteilnehmer.

    Im Kursverlauf spiegelt sich das nachlassende Interesse eindeutig wieder. Bei bisher spärlicher, aber dennoch positiver Berichtserstattung glüht GTCI vom Jahreshoch wie ein Stein abwärts. Bleibt abzuwarten wie das Papier sich bei event. neg. Berichtserstattung verhält.

    Die bisherigen Prognosen zur Kursentwicklung liegen abs. daneben, die Hintergründe für die schwachmatische Entwicklung werden in der Bombadierung der chin. Botschaft, Taiwan etc. usw, erkannt.

    Bleibt abzuwarten ob GTCI die Chancen durch das gigantische wirtsch. Umfeld die der asiatische Raum derzeit bietet auch umsetzten kann......

    Ludovico
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    Big Man
    schrieb am 24.07.99 22:40:35
    Beitrag Nr. 6 (90.648)
    Werde warten... und halte! Eigentlich fehlen nur die News...

    Auf Raging Bull schreibt "Lorinda":

    Emailed PR today and received this response:

    Dear Lorinda,
    Thank you for your interest in GTCI. Our team has just arrived back from an extended trip to
    China. There has not been much news of late, but we expect the hard work that has been
    done will begin to bear fruit. I expect news
    for public dissemination soon.We expect to be filing before the New Year.
    Best Regards,
    Dwayne Yaretz
    Corporate Communications



    **************
    (http://www.raging-bull.com/mboard/boards.cgi?board=GTCI&read=1152)


    Big Man
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    Best China
    schrieb am 25.07.99 01:44:36
    Beitrag Nr. 7 (90.649)
    1. Update der GTCI-Analyse unter
    wallstreetresearch.net.
    2. SEC-Filing vorausssichtlich in
    Dec 99.
    3. Nächste Woche News von Dwayne Yaretz
    (Investor-Relation GTCI).

    Also hört auf mit Eurem Gejammer !!!
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    boersendepp
    schrieb am 25.07.99 10:42:53
    Beitrag Nr. 8 (90.650)
    Habe das mal hineingepostet aus wallstreetresearch Meldung vom 18.7.
    Ich hoffe die Tabelle ist nicht zu sehr zerpflückt...?!

    WALL STREET RESEARCH GROUP
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    Buy Recommendation
    July 18, 1999

    Special Report
    Global Telephone Communication Inc.
    (OTC: GTCI)
    Shares Outstanding: 12,245,935
    Active Float: ~2 million
    Recent Price: $2.00
    52 Week Bid Range: $.31-$4.63
    1999 EPS: $.25(Est)
    2000 EPS: $ .61(Est)
    P/E Ratio: 20X(Est)
    Book Value /Share: N/A





    Year Ending December 31, 1999
    1999 (E)
    2000 (E)
    2001 (E)
    2002 (E)
    2003 (E)
    Revenues (millions)
    $12.0 Mil
    $30.8 Mil
    $72.5 Mil
    $148 Mil
    $222 Mil
    Earnings (millions)
    $3.1 Mil
    $8.7 Mil
    $21 Mil
    $41.8 Mil
    $62 Mil
    Shares Outstanding (millions)
    12.45
    14.24
    14.24
    14.24
    14.24
    Earnings per share
    $.25
    $.61
    $1.45
    $2.94
    $4.36
    Projected Price P/E Ratio of 20/1
    $5.00
    $12.20
    $29.00
    $58.80
    $87.20


    Business Summary:

    Global Telephone Communication Inc. (OTC BB: GTCI) is an ambitious young micro-cap
    that appears to have opportunities for explosive growth through its early-stage participation in
    several solid telecommunications projects in the Peoples Republic of China. Through its
    operating subsidiaries the company is beginning to provide communications products and
    services in China. The company through joint ventures and exclusive agency agreement with
    subsidiary of China Telcom, the largest Telecommunications Company in China, offers Internet
    connection, mobile communication integrated systems, and Internet telephony systems and
    products.

    RAPID GROWTH IN CHINA:

    Global Telephone Communication has positioned itself to become a serious player in the
    significant growth of Internet business already going on in China. GTCI completed its first step
    by entering into a joint venture/exclusive agency agreement, through its wholly-owned
    subsidiary Regent Luck Holdings, Ltd. (RL), with Shenzen Newsnet Co. Ltd. (SNC), itself a
    wholly-owned subsidiary of China Telecom. The joint venture/exclusive agency agreement,
    China Global, will operate in six major urban areas with a population of over 300 million.
    These areas are Beijing, Shanghai, Ghangzhou, Chonquing, Shenzen and Wuhon.

    EXPONENTIAL GROWTH OF THE INTERNET:

    The Internet is experiencing exponential growth worldwide. The volume of electronic data,
    voice, fax, audio or video, being transmitted over global networks is no longer measured in
    "mega" or "giga" digital bits-per-second, but rather in "tera" or trillions of bits. The global
    communications grid is sustaining an explosive expansion in capacity and bandwidth. The
    bandwidth boom will change the way we communicate, learn and do business. Simply put, the
    use of e-mail, e-commerce and e-telephony will dominate business and personal
    communications as we enter the 21st century.

    Internet Telephony Protocol (IP) is experiencing the most spectacular growth. IP is the use of
    the Internet and corporate Intranets to carry traffic rather than the more expensive International
    Direct Dial. Savings can approach 50% to 70%. IP traffic is expected to reach $10 billion by
    2001 and account for 25% of international long distance calls. The gateway equipment to carry
    such calls is estimated to grow from $1.8 million in 1995 to more than $6.3 billion in 2002.
    The license allows the joint venture to offer this value-added service for the same region and
    the same time period as the ISP license.

    CHINA TO BE A MAJOR PLAYER

    China`s future depends on growth, which requires technology as its fuel. The Chinese
    government has already invested over $28 billion on more than 100,000 km of optical fiber
    that now links 85% of the country. In fact, China needs to be ready with fiber-optic
    communications very quickly because this year (1999) $1.2 billion China - US Cable Network
    project (the first direct fiber-optic link between the two countries) will be completed. The
    fiber-optic link will provide an explosion of information available to China.

    The number of people using the Internet in the world`s most populous nation has increased
    more than 30 fold in just five years. Internet users are expected to grow from 70,000 in 1996
    to 4 million in 2000 and 7 million by 2001. Other forecasts see 100 million users in the near
    future. Web pages hosted in China have grown from 100 in 1994 to 250,000 in 1998.

    Equally explosive growth is expected in PC sales and users. The Chinese market is
    expected to become the LARGEST in the world! As a matter of fact, personal computer
    sales in China are expected to surpass those in the United States by year 2000.

    GTCI`S JOINT VENTURE: REGENT LUCK HOLDINGS, LTD & NEWSNET

    GTCI`s exclusive Agency Agreement (Joint Venture) is for 12-years automatically renewable,
    with minimal requirements, every three years. The Joint Venture / exclusive agency agreement
    is between Regent Luck Holdings, Ltd. (wholly owned subsidiary of GTCI), and Newsnet, the
    Internet arm of China Telecom. Regent Luck is to provide financing into the new venture,
    Shenzhen Global Net. Newsnet already has an existing Internet subscriber base of 45,000.
    Profits will be allocated 35% to Newsnet and 65% to RL for the first two years and 49% to
    Newsnet and 51% to RL in years three and beyond. RL will own 51% of the voting equity of
    Shenzhen Global Net and will appoint three of the five directors of Shenzhen Global Net.

    A License of Approval has been granted to Newsnet to conduct all telecommunications and
    Internet business and services in six major urban areas. Newsnet has obtained all regulatory
    agency approvals to utilize the Licenses and to do business as an Internet Service Provider
    (ISP) as well as both reseller and agent. Newsnet will contribute the License of Approval and
    all regulatory agency approvals to Shenzhen Global Net. The joint venture/exclusive
    agency agreement is to operate in six major urban areas with a population of more
    than 300 million residents. The areas are Beijing, Shanghai, Ghangzhou, Chonquing,
    Shenzhen and Wuhon. The Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications is encouraging a large
    Chinese language Web presence for electronic resources ranging from search engines to
    weather services. China has embarked on a series of projects that will employ state-of-the-art
    technology into everything from education, agricultural planning and healthcare to finance.

    In order to take advantage of the coming flood of information, the Republic of China is
    encouraging foreign investment and assistance in developing its telecommunications and
    technology infrastructures. There is strong support for the privatization of State Owned
    Enterprises (SOEs). The government intends to transform the majority of SOEs into profitable,
    stand-alone, shareholder companies. GTCI expects to play a meaningful role in the
    development of China`s telecommunication technology. GTCI has established a foothold and
    gained a select competitive position, benefiting from the exclusive nature of its license(s).

    Y2K BUGFIX SOFTWARE SOLUTION:

    GTCI has entered into an exclusive licensing/marketing agreement to provide GTCI`s Year
    2000 (Y2K) Bugfix solution through Shenzen Global Net. The company has engaged Viacor
    Industries to develop its Y2K Bugfix solution specifically tailored to the PC market. This Y2K
    solution is one of the most user friendly on the market today and has a multitude of software
    versions and features, including a clean and simple interface real mode device driver and an
    uninstall feature.

    The Chinese State Council has mandated that all government agencies and government-owned
    enterprises have all systems revised and all millennium bug tests completed by September
    1999. The State Council has ordered 18 government departments and ministries to send
    monthly reports on their progress toward upgrading systems.

    China`s metal industry illustrates the extent of potential Y2K problems. The China Metallurgical
    Industry Bureau reports that 20,000 of the 28,000 computers used in the industry, or 71
    percent, are threatened by Y2K problems. The PC market in China alone totals 10 million
    computers, all of which must address the millennium bug.

    GTCI enjoys relationships with and is negotiating with several Chinese Government Agencies
    to supply its Y2K solutions. In addition, GTCI has acquired 51% of Pacific Assets
    International Ltd. The acquisition is part of a Joint Venture giving PAI exclusive franchise rights
    to market the company`s Y2K software solutions to financial institutions and their clients
    throughout Asia excluding China.

    Principals of PAI have extensive contacts and strong ties with the Asia Pacific banking
    community, including the Association of Development Financing Institutions in Asia and the
    Pacific, which encompasses 78 development banks in 33 countries with members and clients
    exceeding eight million. Additional contacts include the Asian Bankers Association (ABA) and
    other banking associations in the region. The same principals of PAI annually organize the Asia
    Pacific Bankers Congress, the Asian Banking Awards and the Asian Banking Digest. PAI is in
    the process of setting up Internet and information technology business relationships for bankers
    worldwide. Included are a banking/financial search engine, information mall and a
    comprehensive business library.

    The strategic relationship between GTCI and PAI will focus on information technology and
    e-commerce for Asian Bankers and their clients. This will allow GTCI to have a significant
    foothold in an explosive market. From nearly zero last year, on-line e-commerce will top $15
    Billion by 2002. Taking into account the sizable amount of transactions among manufacturers
    and suppliers, this number could increase tenfold. PAI intends to establish its
    banking/commerce search engine to be a major Internet portal in that region to facilitate trade
    and e-commerce.

    GTCI has teamed with Veronex Technologies Inc. to pursue business opportunities together in
    Asia. GTCI will market Veronex`s proprietary I/NOVA System, which offers a complete end
    to end solution for renovation, repair and testing of any mainframe system requiring Y2K
    compliance. The I/NOVA System will broaden GTCI`s Y2K solutions services to the
    mainframe computer market and will be marketed through the Shenzhen Global Net and PAI
    Joint Ventures.

    Some estimates put the total global cost of fixing the Y2K problems at U.S. $1.4
    trillion. In other words, twice the combined costs of the Vietnam War, the 1995 Kobe and
    1994 L. A. earthquakes, and Hurricane Andrew, according to the Organization for Economic
    Cooperation and Development. The Y2K problem in Asia is particularly critical due to the lack
    of preparedness both by the governments and businesses. It is reported that more than 65% of
    the companies in Asia are just starting to address the issue and they will have to resolve the
    problems far beyond 2000.

    GTCI, with its established strategic relationships in Asia and complete system integration
    solutions to the Y2K problem, will undoubtedly be able to capture a substantial piece of the
    market. Also, this will position GTCI to become a significant and possibly even dominant
    player in the IT, e-commerce sector in the future.

    APRIL 12, 1999 BERLIN STOCK EXCHANGE LISTING

    Berliner Freiverkehr (Aktien) Handel AG, a German specialist firm operating on the Berlin,
    Frankfurt, and Stuttgart exchanges listed GTCI on the Berlin Stock Exchange due to investor
    interest.

    GTCI`s trading symbol on the Berlin Stock Exchange is GTB.

    Berliner Freiverkehr (Aktien) Handel AG was approached by banks, and by financial
    institutions and their clients inquiring to invest in GTCI stock. As a result of a substantial
    number of inquiries, Berliner Freiverkehr began making a market in GTCI`s shares on the
    Berlin Stock Exchange on April 12, 1999. The stock is sold in Euro Dollars with 1USD being
    equivalent to 1.064 Euro Dollars.

    BUSINESS LICENSE INSURES MAJOR GROWTH

    On June 10, 1999 GTCI`s joint venture company, Beijing Global Net Communication
    Technology Co., Ltd. received Chinese Government approval and the business license for their
    GPS (Global Positioning System) project in the People`s Republic of China (PRC).

    The joint venture will be owned seventy percent (70%) by Global Telephone Communication
    Inc. (GTCI) through its wholly owned subsidiary, Inter Luck International Ltd., and thirty
    percent (30%) by Beijing JinXunDa Telecommunication Technology Development Co. Ltd.
    (JXD). The joint venture will be organized under the laws of the P.R.C., and will have an
    exclusive agreement with the government agent to introduce and construct GPS & 2.4 GHz
    Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) Mobile Communication Integrate System in
    Beijing, the capital city of China, with nationwide coverage over time. The term of this Joint
    Venture is for 25 years.

    GTCI intends to utilize the three years` of research and development by JXD, through GPS as
    positioning system, GIS as electronic map and mobile communication system as the
    transmission link to build the integrated system. In the long run, this positioning and integrated
    system will also be utilized by the emerging Intellectual Traffic System (ITS).

    Beijing Global`s revenue stream will commence immediately following construction of
    the six system base stations around Beijing`s metropolitan and suburban area. GTCI
    expects construction to be completed during the third quarter of 1999. The Company
    anticipates earnings from subscription fees, network access fees, and communication fees from
    individual and group users. Revenues will also be generated from reselling of system equipment
    and mobile units.

    GTCI is also working with the government to utilize its exclusive license to construct more than
    sixty 2.4 GHz Coastal Emergency Rescue Command & Monitoring GPS Trunking Mobile
    Communication Integrated Systems around China`s 18,000 Kilometer coastline to meet current
    high demand. The systems will not only support emergency rescue, but also give subscribers
    the ability to communicate with other domestic and international systems anytime anywhere
    through out the Public Switched Telephone Network.

    Beijing JinXunDa Telecommunication Technology development Co. Ltd. employs China`s most
    prestigious IT scientists from leading Universities as well as senior executives from the former
    Ministry of Postal and Telecommunication (MPT). These executives maintain close working
    relationships with Ministry of Information Industry (MII), as well as the current ruling party.

    This joint venture approval positions GTCI and their Chinese partner to become the
    leading provider of GPS software, hardware and service provider and marketer of
    branded GPS/Mobile Communication System in the People`s Republic of China.

    INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDER IN MAJOR CHINESE REGIONS

    On June 16, 1999 GTCI signed a memorandum of agreement to enter into a Joint Venture
    with Beijing Tian Guang Information Communication Services Ltd. (BTGIC), a PRC company
    with a valid permit from the State Information Technologies Ministry to operate as an
    Internet Service Provider in the cities of Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou.

    GTCI will issue 1,200,000 restricted common shares of GTCI for a 65% equity interest in
    BTGIC. Upon closing of the agreement, GTCI will own sixty five percent (65%) and
    BTGIC will own thirty five percent (35%) of the Joint Venture. GTCI`s goal is to bring
    in advanced technology, and to provide the necessary funding and management requirements
    to ensure the success of the Joint Venture. GTCI and BTGIC agree to use the business
    infrastructure and marketing network of the Beijing wireless Information Network and
    Sharehub, which are built by affiliated companies of BTGIC, to assist and support the Joint
    Venture.

    BTGIC`s business includes: national data and information network system, Internet access and
    email service, search engines, web servers, web page creation and hosting, web site
    development, maintenance and systems integration, Internet multimedia broadcast, web
    advertising, corporate intranet systems, IP phone and fax system and other e-commerce value
    added services.

    The Joint Venture ISP operation will utilize the exclusive wireless broadband
    information network in Beijing region, the state broadband satellite network, and the
    public telephone network. In the early stage of the project, and ISP network information
    center will be set up in Beijing. The individual users will use telephone line to dial in, while
    corporation accounts will use wireless broadband information network and broadband satellite
    network to access internet.

    BTCIG`s principles are competent engineers with many years of experience in design,
    operations and services in the telecommunications sector. Mr. Wei, the President of BTGIC
    was the Director of System Engineering Institute in the Ministry of Electronic Industry; Vice
    President of Jitong company; Associate Leader of leading group in State Information Studies.
    Currently Mr. Wei holds positions as a radio and information consultant for Beijing People`s
    government, and High-tech project consultant for World Bank and Asian Development Bank.

    According to the statistic report of China State Network Information Center (CNNIC) on
    January 15, 1999, China had 2.1 million Internet users at the end of 1998. Compared with
    1,175,000 internet users in July 1998. According to local authorities, it is estimated that,
    internet users in 1999 will be doubled compared with 1998, which will be more than 5
    million users. In the next 3 or 4 years, there will be 40 million internet users.

    IMPORTANT & INFLUNCIAL ADDITION TO ADVISORY BOARD

    On June 29,1999, GTCI announced the addition of Mr. Thomas Brandenburg to the
    Company`s special advisory board.

    Mr. Brandenburg brings with him extensive expertise in management consulting within the
    telecommunications industry, and has established many key relationships amongst the
    international network of telecommunications companies.

    ``I am extremely pleased to be involved in the strategic development of GTCI,`` stated Mr.
    Brandenburg. ``The Company exhibits ambitious plans to develop its telecommunications
    infrastructure in China. I am confident that with proper execution of its corporate plan
    based upon its current solid platform, that it will capture a significant share of the
    ISP and GPS markets.

    Mr. Brandenburg entered the telecommunications industry in 1978, playing an integral role in
    the successful structuring, financing and eventual sale of a Dallas, Texas MCI reseller. In 1984,
    he founded LCI Communications, and in 1993, founded US Network Corporation Inc. - the
    first company to negotiate territory wide term - and volume-based resale contracts with any
    US Regional Bell Operating Company (RBOC).

    SUMMATION:

    We believe that GTCI offers investors an exceptional way to participate in the
    burgeoning growth of the Chinese telecommunications, Internet, GPS, and telephony
    markets. This Company has positioned itself to become a dominant leader in the
    largest market in the world.

    RECOMMENDATION: STRONG BUY: BUY AND HOLD FOR SUBSTANTIAL
    INTERMEDIATE AND LONG TERM PRICE APPRECIATION.

    GTCI, with estimated 2000 earnings of $ .61 per share and year 2001 earnings of
    $1.45, is extremely undervalued and offers significant price appreciation potential!
    Using a price earnings ratio (PE) of 15 to 20 x projected earnings, we forecast an
    intermediate price target of $11.00 to $14.00 by December, 2000 and a longer term
    price target of $25.00 to $32.00 by December, 2001.

    Company is positioned to benefit substantially from growth of internet in China.

    Company`s Y2K (Bugfix) solution will increase revenue stream significantly.

    GTCI has a dominant position in the world`s largest PC sales and users market!

    Internet usage in China is expected to grow from approximately 5 million people
    today to more than 40 million users in the next 3 to 4 years!

    GTCI should become the leading provider of GPS software, hardware and
    service provider and marketer of branded GPS/Mobile Communication Systems
    in China.

    Company`s management team is well-connected, dedicated and focused to
    succeed.

    Company, with their leadership position and infrastructure in place, is an
    obvious take-over candidate.


    THIS IS A PUBLICATION OF WALL STREET RESEARCH GROUP, A FINANCIAL COMMUNICATIONS AND
    INVESTOR RELATIONS COMPANY. WALL STREET RESEARCH GROUP,
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    Lieschen Müller
    schrieb am 25.07.99 11:52:32
    Beitrag Nr. 9 (90.651)
    Meine Empfehlung zu GTCI:

    Zu den jetzigen Preisen (2 EURO) kaufen. Ich gehe davon aus, das die angekündigten Meldungen positiv sein werden, da GTCI bisher auch schon Gewinn gemacht hat und weiterhin sehr engagiert ist. Da das jetzige Kursniveau bei niedrigen Umsätzen zustande gekommen ist, werden die guten Nachrichten zu stark steigenden Kursen führen (50%). Und danach ggf. wieder langsam Fallen. Aber diese 50% brauch man sich nicht entgehen lassen.

    P.S.: Wer die XNET-Threads vom letztzen Monat noch hat: Ich habe das gleiche für XNET bei 1,80 EURO empfohlen, hat da auch funktioniert.
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    xLudovicox
    schrieb am 25.07.99 13:01:26
    Beitrag Nr. 10 (90.652)
    Die Marke von 2 Euro steht z.Zt. bei den vorh. Turbulenzen sehr fest. Das ist doch recht erfreulich. Erfreulich ist auch der eine oder andere Beitrag hier in diesem Thread.

    Ludovico
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    Best China
    schrieb am 25.07.99 16:56:39
    Beitrag Nr. 11 (90.653)
    Re: Lieschen Müller

    GTCI macht im Augenblick noch gar
    keine Gewinne (lt. Dwayne Yaretz).

    Die angegebenen Earnings beruhen auf
    Schätzungen von wallstreetresearch.net.

    Dies ändert aber nichts an den sehr
    guten Zukunftsaussichten von GTCI.
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    Lieschen Müller
    schrieb am 25.07.99 18:27:43
    Beitrag Nr. 12 (90.654)
    Naja,

    zumindest gibt es eine Analyse der WALL STREET RESEARCH GROUP vom Februar 99, in der ein Gewinn von $ 0,69 pro Aktie für 1999 erwartet wird.

    Aber den Beweis muß GTCI natürlich noch antreten.
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    Lieschen Müller
    schrieb am 25.07.99 18:35:19
    Beitrag Nr. 13 (90.655)
    Hoppla,

    ich hätte das erst nochmal nachprüfen sollen. Der neueste Bericht vom 18.Juli spricht jetzt nur noch von $ 0,25 pro Aktie.
    Aber immerhin.
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    xLudovicox
    schrieb am 29.07.99 10:32:42
    Beitrag Nr. 14 (90.656)
    Hi Lieschen,

    die Frage ist wie realistisch die Schätzungen vom W.R. sind? Wer hat Kenntnis von der Seriösität der W.R.Group, da überwiegend OTC Papiere empfohlen werden.

    Ludovico
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    boersendepp
    schrieb am 30.07.99 11:09:10
    Beitrag Nr. 15 (90.657)
    Attention: Stock Alert Subscribers

    GTCI TO BEGIN COMPREHENSIVE INVESTOR RELATIONS PROGRAM WITH
    PRESTIGIOUS MARKET PULSE JOURNAL!

    You have heard us say it again and again. We really think this
    Company has tremendous upside potential. GTCI will be a major
    beneficiary of the huge growth of China`s Internet,
    Telecommunications, and Global Positioning Systems Industries. The
    stock has been featured as a Buy recommendation by us, Research
    Magazine, Investment Insights, and other analysts. About six months
    ago we first featured GTCI in the 50 cents area. Subsequently, the
    stock ran to almost $5.00, but in the past few months the shares have
    "eased" back to the high $1.00/$2.00 area, where they appear to be
    establishing a solid basing area. Closing today just a few cents shy
    of $2.00, we reiterate once again, BUY this stock and put it away for
    substantial long term appreciation potential. Market Pulse will be
    exposing GTCI to thousands of NEW potential investors, stockbrokers,
    analysts, etc. GTCI already has a strong and widely distributed
    shareholder base. We believe this new IR campaign will have a very
    strong effect on sending these undervalued shares back up to their
    old "highs" and beyond! Call the President, Terry Wong, at:
    (800) 668-9880 and get a complete. updated shareholders kit. The
    growth potential for this Company is ENORMOUS!

    See the Market Pulse news at:
    http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/990729/ca_global__1.html

    And our recently updated Research Report at:
    http://wallstreetresearch.net/GTCI/report.html
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    Nathan
    schrieb am 31.07.99 14:41:43
    Beitrag Nr. 16 (90.658)
    Global Telephone Communication Inc. (OTC BB: GTCI) is an ambitious young micro-cap which has strong opportunities for immense growth through its early-stage participation in several solid telecommunications projects in the Peoples Republic of China. GTCI offers Internet connection, mobile communication integrated systems, and Internet telephony systems and products. GTCI is well positioned to operate in the Asian communication markets by having an involvement with ISP, voice/fax over IP, GPS, Y2K solutions, and the mobile communication integrated system. GTCI conducts its business through its subsidiaries Regent Luck Holdings Limited and Planet City Graphics. Through its operating subsidiaries, GTCI is beginning to provide communications products and services in China through Joint-ventures and an Exclusive Agency Agreement with a subsidiary of China Telecom, the largest Telecommunications Company in China. Overall, GTCI possesses a dominant position in the expanding telecommunications market in China, and will certainly capitalize on this in the near future.

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    GTCI in China

    Global Telephone Communication Inc. has positioned itself to become a dominant player in the rapid growth of Internet business already present in China. The first step has been completed by GTCI entering into a Joint-venture/Exclusive Agency Agreement through its wholly-owned subsidiary Regent Luck Holdings Ltd. (RL), and Shenzhen Newsnet Co. Ltd. (SNC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of China Telecom, China’s largest telecommunications company. This Joint venture, Shenzhen Global Net Computer Information Company, will operate in six major urban areas: Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chonqing, Shenzhen and Wuhan, who in total possess a population of over 300 million residents.

    Internet Growth

    The Internet has grown into a universal communications medium, and continues to experience exponential growth worldwide. The volume of electronic data, voice, fax, audio or video being transmitted over global networks is now measured in "tera" or trillions of bits, instead of "mega" or "giga" digital bits-per-second as it was only a short time ago. The global communications grid is currently sustaining a massive expansion in both capacity and bandwidth. This bandwidth boom will undoubtedly change the way we learn, communicate, and do business. It is quite clear that the use of e-mail, e-commerce and e-telephony will dominate personal and business communications as we approach the 21st century.

    Internet Telephony Protocol (IP) is the use of the Internet and corporate Intranets to carry traffic rather than the more expensive International Direct Dial. IP is experiencing spectacular growth worldwide, and offers savings that can approach 50% to 70% over IDD. It is expected that IP traffic will account for 25% of international long distance calls, and reach a profit of $10 billion by 2001. The gateway equipment used to carry IP traffic is estimated to grow from $1.8 million in 1995 to more than $6.3 billion in 2002. The License allows the Joint venture to offer this value-added service for the same region and the same time period as the ISP license.

    China as A Major Player

    China`s future will depend on growth, and technology will be the fuel. This year (1999), China needs to be ready with fiber-optic communications very quickly because the $1.2 billion China-US Cable Network project will be completed. This fiber-optic link, the first direct fiber-optic link between the two countries, will allow for a tremendous flow of information to China. In addition, the Chinese government has already invested over $28 billion on more than 100,000 km of optical fiber, linking 85% of the country.

     

    The world`s most populous nation has seen a 30 fold increase in the number of people using the Internet in just five years. Internet users are expected to grow from 70,000 in 1996, to 4 million in 2000, and 7 million by 2001. Other forecasts predict 100 million users in the near future. Web pages hosted in China have grown from 100 in 1994, to 250,000 in 1998.

    An equally explosive growth rate is expected in PC sales and users. The Chinese market is expected to become the LARGEST in the world. In fact, personal computer sales in China are expected to surpass those in the United States by 2000.

    GTCI’s Joint-Venture

    GTCI’s Joint-venture/Exclusive Agency Agreement (JV/EAA) is presently for 12 years and is automatically renewable, with minimal requirements, every three years. The JV/EAA is between Regent Luck Holdings Ltd. and Newsnet, the Internet arm of China Telecom. Currently, Newsnet possesses an existing Internet subscriber base of 35,000. The formation of the Joint-venture is contingent upon Regent Luck (RL) contributing approximately $1.3 million cash into Shenzhen Global Net. Profits will be allocated in this fashion: 35% to Newsnet and 65% to RL for the first two years, and 49% to Newsnet and 51% to RL in years three and beyond. RL will own 51% of the voting equity of Shenzhen Global and will appoint three of the five directors of Shenzhen Global.

    A License of Approval has been granted to Newsnet to conduct all telecommunications and Internet business and services in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chonqing, Shenzhen and Wuhan, which possess a combined total population of 300 million. Newsnet will contribute the License of Approval and all regulatory agency approvals to Shenzhen Global Net. Newsnet has obtained all regulatory agency approvals to utilize the Licenses, and to do business as an Internet Service Provider (ISP), acting as both reseller and agent.

    The Future

    The Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications is encouraging a large Chinese language presence on the Web. This push for electronic resources ranging in scope from search engines to weather services. China has already embarked on a series of projects that will employ state-of-the-art technology into everything from education and agricultural planning to healthcare and finance.

    In order to take advantage of the coming flood of information, The Republic of China is encouraging foreign investment and assistance in developing its telecommunications and technology infrastructures. There is strong support for the privatization of State Owned Enterprises (SOEs), with the government intending to transform the majority of SOEs into profitable, stand-alone, shareholder companies. Inevitably, the telecommunications market will make available many opportunities to investors and financiers. GTCI is ready to play a major role in the development of China`s telecommunication technology, both by establishing a strong foothold and by gaining a select competitive position - a benefit of the exclusive nature of its Licenses.

    Y2K Bugfix Software Solution

    The Y2K problem in Asia is particularly critical due to the lack of preparedness both by the governments and businesses. . It is reported that more than 65% of the companies in Asia are just starting to address the issue, and they will have to resolve the problems far beyond 2000. Some estimates put the total global cost of fixing the Y2K problems at US $1.4 trillion. According to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, this is twice the combined cost of the Vietnam War, the 1995 Kobe and 1994 L. A. earthquakes, and Hurricane Andrew

    The extent of potential Y2K problems is well illustrated by China’s metal industry. The China Metallurgical Industry Bureau reports that 20,000 of the 28,000 computers used in the industry, or 71 percent, are threatened by Y2K problems. The PC market in China alone totals 10 million computers, all of which must address the millennium bug.

    The Chinese State Council has put forward a mandate that all government agencies and government-owned enterprises have all their systems revised and all millennium bug tests completed by September 1999. The State Council has also ordered 18 government departments and ministries to send monthly reports on their progress toward upgrading systems.

    GTCI has entered into a marketing agreement with Planet City Software to market Planet City’s Y2K solutions to Global’s customers. Planet City’s Y2K software solution includes a hardware fix which checks and fixes the bios and real time clock and has a software scan which does a bit-by-bit-scan of the computer’s executable files. The Millennium Bug Compliance Kit address both software and hardware compliance and will flag all software programs with Y2K problems. The software has been chosen by AWARD BIOS as the only Y2K product available via download, or install CD-ROM. This honour was received because Planet City possesses the only technology that does not reprogram a computer’s BIOS system.

    There is currently a substantial list of clients who have used Planet City’s Millennium Bug Compliance Kit/Survive 2000. They include Industry Canada, The Chartered Accountants Association of Northern California, The Runser Group (Switzerland), and Marrion Roussel Pharmaceuticals among others. Planet City has negotiated deals with companies such as Wal-Mart, Staples and Costco to carry the Kit in the third quarter of 1999 in order to meet the high demand that will come in the fourth quarter of 1999. There are already a number of stores who have already begun carrying The Millenium Bug Compliance Kit, examples are: SmartSource, Tiger Direct, and U-Compute.

    Global Telephone Communication Inc. has also entered into an exclusive licensing/marketing agreement to provide its Year 2000 (Y2K) Bugfix solution to Asia. The company has engaged Viacor Industries to develop this Y2K Bugfix solution, which is specifically tailored to the PC market. This Y2K solution is one of the most user friendly on the market today, and has a multitude of software versions and features, including a clean and simple interface real mode device driver and an uninstall feature.

    GTCI enjoys relationships, and is negotiating with several Chinese government agencies to supply its Y2K solution. In addition, GTCI has entered into a Memorandum of Agreement to acquire 51% of Pacific Assets International Ltd. (PAI) for 600,000 restricted common shares of GTCI. The acquisition is part of a Joint Venture giving PAI exclusive franchise rights to market GTCI’s Y2K software solutions (such as Global Fix 2000 and Millennium Bug Compliance Kit) to financial institutions and their clients throughout Asia, excluding China. Besides China, the company`s exclusive marketing rights also cover Japan, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar (Burma), Laos, Malaysia, The Philippines and Indonesia.

    Principals of PAI have extensive contacts and strong ties with the Asia Pacific banking community. One such tie, the Association of Development Financing Institutions in Asia and the Pacific (ADFIAP) encompasses 78 development banks in 33 countries, with members and clients exceeding eight million. Additional contacts include the Asian Bankers Association (ABA), and other banking associations in the region. The same principals of PAI annually organize the Asian Banking Awards, the Asian Banking Digest, and the Asia Pacific Bankers Congress. Recently, GTCI announced that it will be a sponsor of the Asia Pacific Bankers Congress in Manila, to be held in April of 1999. In doing so, GTCI joins other multinational corporations such as IBM, DHL, and RICOH in Asia’s largest learning conference for bankers, where the newest technologies, products, and services impacting the banking industry are showcased.

    The strategic relationship between GTCI and PAI will focus on information technology and e-commerce for Asian Bankers and their clients. This will allow GTCI to have a significant foothold in this rapidly expanding market. From nearly zero last year, on-line e-commerce will top $15 Billion by 2002. Taking into account the sizable amount of transactions among manufacturers and suppliers, this number could increase tenfold. PAI is in the process of setting up Internet and information technology business relationships for bankers worldwide, including a banking/financial search engine, an information mall, and a comprehensive business library.

    GTCI has teamed up with Veronex Technologies Inc. to pursue business opportunities together in Asia. GTCI will market Veronex’s proprietary I/NOVA System, which offers a complete end to end solution for renovation, repair and testing of any mainframe system requiring Y2K compliance. The I/NOVA System will broaden GTCI’s Y2K solutions services to the mainframe computer market and will be marketed through the Shenzhen Global Net and PAI Joint Ventures.

    GTCI has also entered into a marketing agreement with iBiz Technology Corp. to market iBiz technology and products in the Pacific Rim. IBiz develops, designs, and manufactures a revolutionary new line of small footprint, convertible computer notebooks for the financial and corporate market. They possess a massive distribution globally with CITRIX, and an extremely large market with a very strong demand. IBiz has developed an ergonomically designed wireless keyboard, which is space-efficient. The keyboard is made to conform exactly to the keying requirements of heavy numeric data input and point-of-sale transactions for a variety of computing environments. IBiz’s technology is ideal for any space-limited situations, and offers environmentally friendly solutions to consumers and business. GTCI plans to take advantage of iBiz’s innovative space-efficient computers, peripherals, and displays, while iBiz will benefit from GTCI’s established relationships in the Pacific Rim.





              GTCI will undoubtedly be able to capture a substantial piece of the Asian
              telecommunications market, for the strategic relationships which GTCI has
              established in Asia have definitely given the company a solid advantage. The
              need for GTCI’s complete system integration solutions to the Y2K problem in
              China is obvious, and imperative for the country’s industries need assistance
              urgently.

             GTCI will be in position to become a significant and possibly dominant
              player in the IT, e-commerce sector in the future as well. Overall, GTCI is in
              select position for growth in China, growth that according to numerous
              well-educated predictions will be phenomenal indeed.



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    genibo
    schrieb am 04.08.99 16:55:50
    Beitrag Nr. 17 (90.659)
    Schönen guten Tach,
    darf ich fragen, warum hier so wenig los ist?
    Für mich ist das völlig unverständlich,
    da der Wert mit Sicherheit Zukunft hat.
    Soweit ich weiß, hat GTCI schon Verträge mit China. Viele Firmen, besonders Amerikanische, versuchen irgendwie noch an China heranzukommen, denn dass China auch wie alle westlichen Länder ans Internet angebunden wird ist wohl unumgänglich.
    Somit ist China mit weit über eine Milliarden Einwohner eine Goldgrube für Internetanbieter (sprich: GTCI)
    bis dann
    genibo
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    olddax
    schrieb am 21.11.99 22:28:16
    Beitrag Nr. 18 (90.660)
    Nach Informationen aus dem Ragingbull-Board und E-Mail Antworten des Unternehmens wird GTCI novh im Dezember seine SEC - Auflagen erfüllen und im Zuge der Reaktivierung der Homepage unternehmensrelevante positive Meldungen bringen. GTCI wird dann wahrscheinlich mit der China-WTO -Phantasie im Rücken kräftig anziehen. Wohl denen, die positioniert sind.
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    genibo
    schrieb am 25.11.99 17:17:29
    Beitrag Nr. 19 (90.661)
    Hat denn einer mal versucht GTCI(E) über Consors zu handeln? Geht das überhaupt und wenn ja, wie?




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