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Hallo zusammen,
warum sind Kashoggi, ville ; kitty usw. nicht mehr in diesem thread?
Habe ich da was verpasst?

Die Infos von Ihnen waren doch immer sehr wertvoll.

Danke für eure Infos

Gruss Martin
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 23.798.590 von MartinHoldefer am 06.09.06 22:51:19Schau mal in dein Postfach!
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Sun und Unisys in gemeinsamer Klage gegen Hynix

Dienstag 5. September 2006, 23:27 Uhr

Sun Microsystems (NASDAQ: SUNW - Nachrichten) und Unisys (NYSE: UIS - Nachrichten) haben eine gemeinsame Klage gegen Hynix Semiconductor (000660.KS - Nachrichten) eingereicht – in Verbindung mit bereits bestehenden Untersuchungen von amerikanischen Bundesbehörden. Hynix war eines von vier Unternehmen, die sich schuldig erklärten, verbotene Preisabsprachen zwischen 1999 und 2002 getroffen zu haben und sich einverstanden erklärten 185 Millionen Dollar Strafe zu zahlen. Die Klage wurde in Distrikt von Kalifornien eingereicht. Hynix befindet sich bereits im Rechtstreit mit Rambus (NASDAQ: RMBS - Nachrichten) in Patentfragen.

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Rambus Shares Surge on Analyst Note

Tuesday September 5, 2:11 pm ET

Rambus Shares Surge After Analyst Predicts Stock Could Hit Between $42 to $68

NEW YORK (AP) -- Shares of Rambus Inc., a Los Altos, Calif.-based memory chip designer, leaped in afternoon trading Tuesday after an analyst said he thought the stock could trade as high as $68, depending on the outcome of various lawsuits.

American Technology Research analyst Jeff Schreiner initiated coverage on Rambus with a "Buy" rating and said the company's story has been misunderstood by investors.

"We believe the next catalyst for shares will come during the September or October timeframe as briefs are filed before the Federal Trade Commission and the company's pending legal action with Micron will go to trial regarding the first of three phases," Schreiner wrote in a note to clients. "Our position is that Rambus should be viewed as a high octane, low percentage holding that could offer tremendous upside potential."

Schreiner acknowledged the stock could fall or rise, based on success in its licensing and litigation strategy. Assuming the company is unsuccessful, Schreiner thinks the stock could fall to $8. He suspects the stock could soar to $42 per share if it is successful with its litigation and licensing strategy, and remedy actions taken by the Federal Trade Commission.

In the best-case scenario, Schreiner thinks the stock could hit $68 if it succeeds in its litigation and licensing strategy, and it receives forward royalties from the sale of DRAM (dynamic random access memory) technologies.

Rambus has been in embroiled in a number of patent infringement and antitrust lawsuits with several companies, including Hynix Semiconductor Inc., Micron Technology Inc., and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.

Shares of Rambus, which have traded between $10.25 and $46.99 over the last year, were up $1.17, or 7.4 percent, at $17.05 in afternoon trading on the Nasdaq, after trading as high as $17.53 earlier in the session.

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Der Chart erinnert mich doch an was.....das hatten wir doch schon einmal! :lick::lick::lick:
On Faith, Gambling, and Picking Great Stocks

By Dave Mock
September 7, 2006

3. Investing in hopes of a legal win.
Lawsuit judgments can mean hundreds of millions of dollars these days. No wonder, then, that investors put money in companies embroiled in legal tiffs hoping for a big payday. Rambus (Nasdaq: RMBS), for instance, has had mixed success in the courtroom, and investors have been on a wild ride because of it. Betting on the outcome of lawsuits can be lucrative, but it's a different game than investing in undervalued streams of cash flows.

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Rambus Shares Climb

Friday September 8, 9:41 am ET

Rambus Shares Rise on Analyst Speculation Company Could Buy Mosaid Intellectual Property

NEW YORK (AP) -- Shares of Rambus Inc., a memory chip designer, got a boost in early trading on Friday after an analyst speculated the company could benefit from purchasing the intellectual property of Mosaid Technologies Inc., an Ontario, Canada-based provider of memory chip test system products and services.

American Technology Research analyst Jeff Schreiner, who has a "Buy" rating on the stock and a target price of $28, said he was not aware of discussions between the two companies, but believes Rambus could benefit from the acquisition of some of Mosaid's assets.

"We believe there could be $2 or more per share in incremental value creation for Rambus shareholders if a deal were consummated, depending on price and synergies," Schreiner wrote in a note to clients. "We assume there could be some nexus between the two companies' IP, which may also lead to a stronger legal position for Rambus in negotiations with non-licensed memory makers."

On Sept. 5, Mosaid said it retained Morgan Stanley and CIBC World Markets to help it review its strategic options, which could include the sale of parts or all of the business.

Shares of Rambus rose 39 cents, or 2.3 percent, to $17.14 in morning trading on the Nasdaq.

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Hot Stocks of the Week: Rambus

Friday September 8, 5:19 pm ET

Rambus Gains on Lawsuit Speculations, Quiksilver Takes a Hit After Lowering 4Q Forecast

NEW YORK (AP) -- After a humdrum August, stocks began stirring on Tuesday in a holiday-shortened trading week, with memory chip designer Rambus Inc. gaining nearly 9 percent in heavy-volume trading, after an analyst said the stock could skyrocket depending on the outcomes of several lawsuits.

Los Altos, Calif.-based Rambus, which licenses memory chip technology, has been embroiled in a number of patent infringement and antitrust suits with companies ranging from South Korea's Hynix Semiconductor Inc. to Samsung Electronics. On Tuesday, hardware and software company Sun Microsystems and Unisys Corp. also filed a lawsuit against Hynix.

"Our position is that Rambus should be viewed as a high octane, low percentage holding that could offer tremendous upside potential," trading as high as $68, wrote American Technology Research analyst Jeff Schreiner Tuesday.

After gaining 8.8 percent to close at $17.27 on the Nasdaq Tuesday, the company's shares dipped slightly on Tuesday and Wednesday, but regained the losses to close at $17.12 on Friday. The stock is still far from its 52-week high of $46.99.

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