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Wo sind sie geblieben,- die aussichtsreichen Kursziele diverser Börsenblätter? Wann werden endlich gesetzte Ziele von OEC eingehalten?
Wo bleiben Zahlen, Daten, Fakten,.....

Ein kleiner Thread für alle Anleger die sich über diesen Laden mal auskotzen möchten oder sich mittlerweile eventuell sogar geprellt fühlen.

Und die, die sich das nicht öffentlich trauen, können das gerne per privater Boardmail machen.

Ansonsten sind so oder so alle anderen natürlich ebenfalls herzlich eingeladen.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 34.032.645 von beppo007 am 05.05.08 22:08:53ist das die Realität, oder sind solche Prognosen bewusst herbeigeführt um den Kurs / Ball flach zu halten?

VectorVest Stock Analysis of Open Energy as of 5/2/2008

Summary Analysis

OEGY is overvalued compared to its Price of $0.27 per share, has below average safety, and is currently rated a Sell.


Open Energy

Petroleum (Cdn Expl\Prd)

Detailed Analysis

Capital Appreciation

Value: Value is a measure of a stock's current worth. OEGY has a current Value of $0.05 per share. Therefore, it is overvalued compared to its Price of $0.27 per share. Value is computed from forecasted earnings per share, forecasted earnings growth, profitability, interest, and inflation rates. Value increases when earnings, earnings growth rate and profitability increase, and when interest and inflation rates decrease. VectorVest advocates the purchase of undervalued stocks. At some point in time, a stock's Price and Value always will converge.

RV (Relative Value): RV is an indicator of long-term price appreciation potential. OEGY has an RV of 0.22, which is very poor on a scale of 0.00 to 2.00. This indicator is far superior to a simple comparison of Price and Value because it is computed from an analysis of projected price appreciation three years out, AAA Corporate Bond Rates, and risk. RV solves the riddle of whether it is preferable to buy High growth, High P/E stocks, or Low growth, Low P/E stocks. VectorVest favors the purchase of stocks with RV ratings above 1.00.

RS (Relative Safety): RS is an indicator of risk. OEGY has an RS rating of 0.53, which is poor on a scale of 0.00 to 2.00. RS is computed from an analysis of the consistency and predictability of a company's financial performance, debt to equity ratio, sales volume, business longevity, price volatility and other factors. A stock with an RS rating greater than 1.00 is safer and more predictable than the average stock in the VectorVest database. VectorVest favors the purchase of stocks of companies with consistent, predictable financial performance.

RT (Relative Timing): RT is a fast, smart, accurate indicator of a stock's price trend. OEGY has a Relative Timing rating of 0.52, which is poor on a scale of 0.00 to 2.00. RT is computed from an analysis of the direction, magnitude, and dynamics of a stock's price movements over one day, one week, one quarter and one year time periods. Once a stock's price has established a strong trend, it is expected to continue in that trend for the short-term. If a trend dissipates, RT will gravitate toward 1.00. RT will explode from bottoms, dive from tops, and reflect changes in price momentum. VectorVest favors the purchase of stocks with RT ratings above 1.00.

VST (VST-Vector): VST is the master indicator for ranking every stock in the VectorVest database. OEGY has a VST rating of 0.46, which is very poor on a scale of 0.00 to 2.00. VST is computed from the square root of a weighted sum of the squares of RV, RS, and RT. Stocks with the highest VST ratings have the best combinations of Value, Safety and Timing. These are the stocks to own for above average, long-term capital appreciation. VectorVest advocates the purchase of safe, undervalued stocks rising in price.

Recommendation (REC): VectorVest gives a Buy, Sell, Hold recommendation on every stock, every day. OEGY has a Sell recommendation. REC reflects the cumulative effect of all the VectorVest parameters working together. These parameters are designed to help investors buy safe, undervalued stocks rising in price. They also help investors avoid or sell risky, overvalued stocks falling in price. VectorVest recommends that investors buy high VST-Vector, Buy-rated stocks in rising markets.

Stop (Stop-Price): Stop is an indicator of when to sell a long position or cover a short position. OEGY has a Stop of $0.28 per share. This is $0.01 above OEGY's current closing Price. A stock's Stop is computed from a 13 week moving average of its closing prices, and is fine-tuned according to the stock's fundamentals. High RV, high RS stocks have lower Stops, and low RV, low RS stocks have higher Stops. In the VectorVest system, a stock gets a 'B' or 'H' recommendation if its Price is above its Stop and an 'S' recommendation if its Price is below its Stop.

GRT (Earnings Growth Rate): GRT reflects a company's one to three year forecasted earnings growth rate in percent per year. OEGY has a forecasted Earnings Growth Rate of -6.00%, which VectorVest considers to be very poor. GRT is computed from historical, current and forecasted earnings data. It is updated each week for every stock in the VectorVest database. GRT often foretells a stock's future price trend. If a stock's GRT trend is upward, the stock's price will likely rise. If GRT is trending downward, the stock's Price will probably fall. VectorVest favors the purchase of stocks whose GRT is rising and is greater than the sum of current inflation and interest rates, (9.57%).

EPS (Earnings per Share): EPS stands for leading 12 months Earnings Per Share. OEGY has a forecasted EPS of $-0.33 per share. VectorVest determines this forecast from a combination of recent earnings performance and traditional fiscal and/or calendar year earnings forecasts.

P/E (Price to Earnings Ratio): P/E is a popular measure of stock valuation which shows the dollars required to buy one dollar of earnings. OEGY has a P/E of -0.82. This ratio may be deemed to be high or low depending upon your frame of reference. The average P/E of all the stocks in the VectorVest database is 34.91. P/E is computed daily using the formula: P/E = Price/EPS.

EY (Earnings Yield): EY reflects earnings per share as a percent of Price. EY is related to P/E via the formula, EY = 100 / (P/E), and may be used in place of P/E as a measure of valuation. EY has the advantages that it is always determinate and can reflect negative earnings. OEGY has an EY of -99.00 percent. This is below the current average of 2.87% for all the stocks in the VectorVest database. EY equals 100 x (EPS/Price).

GPE (Growth to P/E Ratio): GPE is another popular measure of stock valuation. It compares earnings growth rate to P/E ratio. OEGY has a GPE rating of -7.34. High growth stocks are believed to be able to justify high P/E ratios. A stock is commonly considered to be undervalued when GPE is greater than 1.00 and overvalued when GPE is below 1.00. Unfortunately, this rule of thumb does not take into account the effect of interest rates on P/E ratios. The operative GPE ratio of 1.00 is valid when and only when interest rates equal 10%. With long-term interest rates currently at 5.57%, the operative GPE ratio is 0.31. Therefore, OEGY may be considered to be overvalued.

Dividend Information

DIV (Dividend): VectorVest reports annual, regular, cash dividends as indicated by the most recent payments. Special distributions, one-time payments, stock dividends, etc., are not generally included in DIV. OEGY does not pay a dividend.

DY (Dividend Yield): DY reflects dividend per share as a percent of Price. OEGY does not pay a dividend, so it does not have a Dividend Yield rating. . DY equals 100 x (DIV/Price). It is useful to compare DY with EY. If DY is not significantly lower than EY, the dividend payment may be in jeopardy.

DS (Dividend Safety): DS is an indicator of the assurance that regular cash dividends will be declared and paid at current or at higher rates for the foreseeable future. OEGY does not pay a dividend, so it does not have a Dividend Safety rating . Stocks with DS values above 75 typically have RS values well above 1.00 and EY levels that are much higher than DY.

DG (Dividend Growth Rate): Dividend Growth is a subtle yet important indicator of a company's financial performance. It also provides some insight into the board's outlook on the company's ability to increase earnings. OEGY does not pay a dividend, so it does not have a Dividend Growth rating .

YSG (YSG-Vector): YSG is an indicator which combines DIV, DY and DG into a single value, and allows direct comparison of all dividend-paying stocks in the database. OEGY does not pay a dividend, so it does not have a YSG rating . Stocks with the highest YSG values have the best combinations of Dividend Yield, Safety and Growth. These are the stocks to buy for above average current income and long-term growth.

Price-Volume Data

Price: OEGY closed on 5/2/2008 at $0.27 per share

Open: OEGY opened trading at a price of $0.28 per share on 5/2/2008.

High: OEGY traded at a High price of $0.29 per share on 5/2/2008.

Low: OEGY traded at a Low price of $0.26 per share on 5/2/2008

Close: OEGY closed trading at price $0.27 per share on 5/2/2008. (Close is also called Price in the VectorVest system)

Range: Range reflects the difference between the High and Low prices for the day. OEGY traded with a range of $0.02 per share on 5/2/2008.

$Change: OEGY closed unchanged from the prior day's closing Price.

%PRC: OEGY's Price changed 0.00% from the prior day's closing price.

Volume: OEGY traded 577,833 shares on 5/2/2008.

AvgVol: AvgVol is the 50 day moving average of daily volume as computed by VectorVest. OEGY has an AvgVol of 503,600 shares traded per day.

%Vol: %Vol reflects the percent change in today's trading volume as compared to the AvgVol. %Vol equals ((Volume - AvgVol) / AvgVol ) * 100. OEGY had a %Vol of 14.74% on 5/2/2008

CI (Comfort Index): CI is an indicator which reflects a stock's ability to resist severe and/or lengthy price declines. OEGY has a CI rating of 0.63, which is poor on a scale of 0.00 to 2.00. CI is quite different from RS in that it is based solely upon a stock's long-term price history. VectorVest advocates the purchase of high CI stocks.

Sales / Market Capitalization Information

Sales: OEGY has annual sales of $

Sales Growth: Sales Growth is the Sales Growth Rate in percent over the last 12 months. OEGY has a Sales Growth of 52.00% per year. This is excellent. Sales Growth is updated each week for every stock. It is often useful to compare Sales Growth to Earnings Growth to gain an insight into a company's operations.

Sales Per Share (SPS): OEGY has annual sales of $0.00 per share. SPS can be used as a measure of valuation when comparing stocks within an Industry Group.

Price to Sales Ratio (P/S): OEGY has a P/S of 230.31. This ratio is also used as a measure of valuation. Here, too, it is useful when comparing stocks within an Industry Group.

Shares: OEGY has 127,000,000 shares of stock outstanding.

Market Capitalization: OEGY has a Market Capitalization of $34,000,000. Market Capitalization is calculated by multiplying price times shares outstanding.

Business: Open Energy, (OEGY) Open Energy Corporation, a renewable energy company, engages in the development and commercialization of solar energy products and technologies for power production and water desalination. It offers building-integrated photovoltaic roofing materials for commercial, industrial, and residential markets.
Business Sector: OEGY has been assigned to the Petroleum Business Sector. VectorVest classifies stocks into over 200 Industry Groups and 40 Business Sectors.
Industry Group: OEGY has been assigned to the Petroleum (Cdn Expl\Prd) Industry Group. VectorVest classifies stocks into over 200 Industry Groups and 40 Business Sectors.

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alle schon auf den beinen, oder kurz vor dem schlafen gehen?

sei´s drum. habe auf wo nun ebenfalls einen thread eröffnet.

werde dort ausser hier ebenfalls immer die sachen posten, die für (weil ich immer noch als kleiner longie an den laden glaube)oec sprechen, aber auch die dinge, die dagegen sprechen.

und dort soll es, wenn möglich, auch an heiterkeit nicht fehlen.

euer pausenclown:D
nochmal erwähnenswert wäre vielleicht auch der auftrag von letztem jahr mit über 900.000$ den oec von premierpower erhalten hat.


könnte eventuell für die zukunft auch noch interessant sein.
wobei man sich hier auch noch die frage stellen sollte,- bietet er seine tiles auch in spanien an? somit streut er ja auch in europa.
ein weiterer absatzmarkt von tiles?


vielleicht demnächst auch in good old germany? an seiner stelle würde ich mal durch den schwarzwald tingeln, oder tingeln lassen.

falls seine tiles hier konkurenzfähig sein sollten und die standarts erfüllen, nicht nur was den preis anbelangt, sondern auch die qualität, sind da mit sicherheit noch jede menge dächer bei den landwirten umzudecken.
generationswechsel stehen an! und die alten bauern haben kohle.

wenn der preis stimmt, ist nicht nur gleich das dach gedeckt, sondern auch in einem abwasch die solaranlage integriert.
ist doch letztendlich günstiger,- oder nicht?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 34.033.614 von beppo007 am 06.05.08 07:29:39ja beppo007, da steht nun mal die ganze Wahrheit und jeder kann nun selber entscheiden ob und wann und mit wieviel Vermögen er in diese Klitsche investiert. Grüße und viel Glück
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 34.035.061 von Bumala am 06.05.08 10:40:23Danke!

...aber steht da wirklich die wahrheit,- schätze mal das du bezug auf den report nimmst. wenn man dem glauben schenken darf, schaut das alles in allem auf den ersten blick nicht unbedingt rosig aus.

bis auf eine kleine sache. und da wünschen wir mal dem saltie, das er das noch immens steigern kann.

"Sales Growth: Sales Growth is the Sales Growth Rate in percent over the last 12 months. OEGY has a Sales Growth of 52.00% per year. This is excellent. Sales Growth is updated each week for every stock. It is often useful to compare Sales Growth to Earnings Growth to gain an insight into a company's operations."

aber wie gesagt, ich bin kein fachidiot....
doch das würde ich mal als positiv ansehen.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 34.036.748 von beppo007 am 06.05.08 13:48:11ich hoffe das DG bei diesem Wirtschaftsbaum das Ziel nicht aus den Augen verliert, oder er macht es nach der Körner Methode die guten ins................,
ich glaube man hat bei dieser Art von Firmen nur drei Möglichkeiten die da wären: Vertrauen= kaufen
Hoffen/Glauben= abwarten
Informieren = ignorieren und das Geld in Werte investieren
auch wenn die Summe noch so klein ist und spekulativ angelegt werden sollte, Ausnahmen bestätigen die Regel. Ich empfehle dir mal das Buch "Tag der Abrechnung" zu lesen, da stimmt zwar auch nicht alles aber die Lehren sind nachvollziehbar. Es gibt überhaupt kein Grund und Argument für diese Firma.
In der Kaufmännischen Sprache ist der IST Bestand die Physikalische Größe und dazu gehört auch die Vergangenheit (ist gewesen) und da sieht es leider negativ aus, das andere Faktum ist die Zukunft: was wird sein....? Da viel unbekanntes im Spiel ist, ist halt alles wie immer nur suspekt (spekulativ)..., das kannste jetzt weiter denken..... im übrigen tummeln sich hier in Spanien alle die auch nur irgendwie mit Solar oder Fotovoltaik zu tun haben, die sogenannten Leader OE ist bis jetzt nicht dabei.....,Saludos und Grüße
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 34.037.235 von Bumala am 06.05.08 14:41:34Thank´s a lot!

na wenigstens noch jemand hier, der sich ebenfalls gedanken macht. das begrüsse ich sehr!

das buch,- " wer ist john galt " von ayn rand ist aber auch nicht schlecht.:)

oec gehört meines erachtens nach auf keinen fall zu den leadern.
aber auch solch eine firma kann sich mit ein bisschen glück seine nische in diesem markt erarbeiten.

auch wenn ich dieses buch erwähnt habe, glaube ich nicht wie die meisten hier in erster linie ans geld, sondern an ein gesundes ökologisches wachstum. und in diesen glauben binde ich diese kleine firma nun eben ein. ob es irgendwann so kommt, das sie sich ihren markt schaffen, wissen nur die die es lenken. denn die lenken es bewusst.
wenn wir kleinanleger wüssten, wohin sie es lenken, würden wir zu diesen kursen wahrscheinlich kaufen wie die bekloppten, oder schnellstmöglich verkaufen um den schaden zu begrenzen.

doch was ist nun das richtige? ich verlasse mich auf das schweigen von oec. der kurs ist gefallen ohne ende im letzten jahr.
mit diesem schweigen könnte es sein, das in ihrer entwicklungspolitik ein kleiner stillstand eingetreten ist. oder sie sind einfach wieder etwas am ausbrüten, was sich positiv auf den kurs auswirkt.

stelle dir mal vor, genau heute würden, dummerweise für 100 mil. $
ordern für oec eingehen. und die verrückten kaufen einfach, weil sie es wollen. was denkst du, wo der kurs dann hängt? glaubst du so etwas könnte ein d.g. noch ausbremsen?

aber es ist eher unwahrscheinlich:laugh:

genau,- no risk,- no fun!

mögen mich die makler hier auch etwas für crazy halten,- es interessiert mich nicht.

und ich sage dir eins,- hätte ich die mil. im überfluss,- würde ich "heute" genau das tun.:p
genau und ich stell mir viel vor , no risk no fun, und deshalb behalte ich auch meine 30k Stck. OEC, durch das Dealen mit diesem Wert habe ich zumindest bis auf ein paar Centimos meinen Ekk. erreicht. Jetzt ist Siestatime und ich geh in Wellen, hier in Tarifa ist es besonders schön und noooooch ruhig am Strand.......

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