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Motorola Reports Higher Third Quarter Sales,
Earnings

SCHAUMBURG, Ill.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 10, 2000--Motorola, Inc. (NYSE:MOT - news) today reported sales of
$9.5 billion in the third quarter of 2000. For ongoing operations, this is an increase of 18 percent from $8.1 billion a year
earlier. Excluding special items, earnings from ongoing operations were $598 million, or 26 cents per share, up 66 percent from
$361 million, or 16 cents per share a year ago.

Including sales from businesses sold after the second quarter in 1999, sales increased 15 percent from $8.2 billion a year ago.
Including the earnings from businesses sold after the second quarter in 1999, earnings were up 59 percent from the year-ago
figure of $376 million, or 17 cents per share. Including special items, earnings were $531 million, or 23 cents per share,
compared with $114 million, or 5 cents per share a year ago. The 1999 figures are restated to reflect the merger with General
Instrument Corporation and the June 1, 2000 3-for-1 stock split.

Robert L. Growney, president and chief operating officer, said, ``Motorola continued to make solid progress on improving its
financial performance. Significant contributions to the company's growth in sales and operating profits came from the
Semiconductor Products, Broadband Communications and Global Telecom Solutions segments.''

In the third quarter of 2000, Motorola reported special items resulting in a net charge of $95 million pre-tax, or 3 cents per
share after tax. Charges were incurred primarily relating to the discontinuation of older wireless telephone products as part of
an ongoing product portfolio simplification strategy, the closing of two older semiconductor wafer fabrication facilities, the
settlement of a lawsuit, and the decision to exit certain unprofitable businesses. The charges were largely offset by gains from
the sale of securities during the quarter. In the third quarter of 1999, the company reported special items resulting in a net
charge of $380 million pre-tax, or 12 cents per share after-tax.

In the first nine months, sales from ongoing operations rose 20 percent to $27.5 billion from $23.0 billion in 1999. Including
sales from businesses sold during the first nine months of 1999, sales increased 15 percent from $24.0 billion a year ago.
Nine-month earnings from ongoing operations, excluding special items, were $1.6 billion, or 69 cents per share, compared with
$814 million, or 37 cents per share a year earlier. Including the earnings from businesses sold after the second quarter in 1999,
nine-month earnings were up 74 percent compared with $900 million, or 41 cents per share a year earlier.

Results for Ongoing Operations, Excluding Special Items

Excluding special items, a comparison of results from ongoing operations is as follows:

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(Dollars in millions, except per-share amounts)

                           Third Quarter           Nine Months
                           -------------           -----------
                          2000         1999      2000       1999
                          ----         ----      ----       ----
Sales                    $9,493       $8,062   $27,500    $22,967
Net Earnings               $598         $361    $1,561       $814
Earnings Per Share         $.26         $.16      $.69       $.37
Net Margin on Sales        6.3%         4.5%      5.7%       3.5%


Total Consolidated Results, Including Special Items

Including special items, a comparison of results from operations is as follows:

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(Dollars in millions, except per-share amounts)

                            Third Quarter           Nine Months
                            -------------           -----------
                          2000         1999        2000     1999
                          ----         ----        ----     ----
Sales                    $9,493       $8,223     $27,516  $23,989
Net Earnings               $531         $114      $1,183     $568
Earnings Per Share         $.23         $.05        $.52     $.26
Net Margin on Sales        5.6%         1.4%        4.3%     2.4%


The impact of business sales and special items on segment results is shown in the segment information tables at the end of this
press release.

Growney reviewed the following results of major operations for the third quarter of 2000 compared with the third quarter of
1999. This review is based on ongoing operations, excluding special items, for each segment.

Personal Communications Segment

Segment sales rose 4 percent to $3.2 billion. Orders were $3.3 billion, down 23 percent from the third quarter of 1999, when
orders were extremely strong because of customer concerns over tight supplies of wireless telephones and many components
used in their manufacturing. These supply constraints are no longer a factor. The company believes its wireless service provider
customers lowered their orders in the third quarter for wireless telephones from a year ago because considerable orders were
already in Motorola's backlog. The company expects that order growth during the fourth quarter of 2000 will return to a more
normal relationship with sales growth.

Operating profits increased to $185 million, compared with $140 million a year ago. Operating profit margin was 6 percent of
sales compared with 4 percent of sales in the second quarter of the year and 5 percent in the third quarter of 1999.

Sales of wireless telephones increased significantly in the Americas, were higher in Asia and decreased significantly in Europe.
Orders were higher in Asia, lower in the Americas and very significantly lower in Europe. Digital products represented 98
percent of wireless telephone sales dollars and unit sales were up significantly in all digital technologies. Analog product sales
were very significantly lower.

Motorola unveiled a variety of new products. The Motorola Timeport(TM) 270, the company's first Bluetooth-capable phone,
was announced. Bluetooth(TM) wireless technology will enable consumers to connect a wide range of computing and telecom
devices without cables. The V.Series(TM) V100 personal communicator combines a Global System for Mobile (GSM)
Communications phone with a full keyboard, Internet browser, address book, games and voice dialing. It is expected to ship in
Europe in the fourth quarter. The Timeport P8767 phone includes a new display that offers unique clarity and color through
organic electroluminescent technology.

Demand was strong for the Talkabout(TM)T900 personal interactive communicator, which began shipping in volume. The
device enables two-way wireless messaging and email. Metrocall, Inc. announced that it intends to purchase 500,000 two-way
messaging devices from Motorola.

Under an agreement with Palm, Inc., the two companies will co-develop and co-brand mobile smart phones that combine
Motorola's wireless technologies with Palm's functionality and operating system.

Global Telecom Solutions Segment

Sales for the segment, formerly known as the Network Systems Segment, increased 23 percent to $2.0 billion and orders rose
21 percent to $1.8 billion. Operating profits increased to $247 million from $186 million a year ago.

In the Americas, sales and orders were up significantly. In Europe, sales were higher and orders were lower. In Asia, sales and
orders were higher.

Motorola and its alliance partners, Cisco Systems, Inc. and Xybridge Technologies, were selected for NTT DoCoMo's
third-generation (3G) Internet-protocol (IP) core network trial. The trial is under way and is scheduled to be completed in
March 2001.

Telsim launched the first commercial General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) network in Turkey during the third quarter with the
core network supplied by Motorola and Cisco. Telefonica S.A. awarded Motorola a contract to supply GPRS high-speed
mobile data services on the Movistar GSM network. Commercial launch is expected by the end of the year.

China Unicom announced the launch of GPRS high-speed mobile data on its network in Shenzhen. The network, supplied by
Motorola and Cisco, is the first commercial GPRS system in Asia. Four network operators now have commercially deployed
Motorola and Cisco GPRS systems and another 12 operators are conducting network trials. GPRS is a 2.5G packet-based
digital cellular architecture that allows GSM communications systems to provide high-speed access to Internet-based content
through a handheld device in GSM networks.

China Unicom awarded Motorola contracts totaling $448 million to expand digital cellular GSM networks in various regions
within China. TU-KA awarded Motorola a $170 million contract to expand its PDC 1.5Ghz digital network in Japan.
TRICOM S.A. and Motorola signed a strategic infrastructure supply agreement to establish an integrated digital wireless
communication network based on iDEN® technology in Panama.

Commercial, Government and Industrial Systems Segment

Segment sales rose 14 percent to $1.1 billion and orders increased 13 percent to $1.2 billion. Operating profits increased to
$115 million from $94 million a year ago.

Two-way radio equipment sales were higher in the Americas, significantly higher in Europe and lower in Asia. Orders were
higher in the Americas and in Europe and very significantly higher in Asia.

The segment received a contract for ASTRO® 25 digital equipment from the State of Colorado for Phase III of its statewide
system. Large radio equipment contracts also were received in Hong Kong, Indonesia and the United Kingdom, and in
Pennsylvania and New Hampshire in the U.S.

Motorola announced it will provide ground stations and software to Raytheon Systems Limited for the U.K. Ministry of
Defense Airborne Stand-Off Radar program. Other large government programs were received from the U.S. Coast Guard, the
U.S. Department of Defense and the Canadian Experimentation Center.

Motorola introduced a Project 25-compliant ASTRO 25 radio communications system that will provide public-safety users
with large regional capabilities and new services, including integrated voice and data capabilities, for digital trunked radio
systems. A new Law Enforcement Enhanced Decision Support(TM) solution is designed to improve information sharing among
law enforcement entities.

Motorola signed a definitive agreement to acquire Printrak International Inc., a supplier of software and related services for
public safety and other customers.

Broadband Communications Segment

Segment sales increased 47 percent to $917 million and orders rose 41 percent to $941 million from a year ago. Operating
profits increased to $154 million from $77 million a year ago.

Sales and orders were up very significantly in Digital Network Systems and Internet Protocol (IP) Network Systems. Sales
were up and orders were up significantly in Satellite Broadcast Network Systems. Sales and orders were lower in Transmission
Network Systems. Orders outside North America were up significantly.

Under a comprehensive video, voice and data agreement with AT&T Broadband, Motorola will provide the majority of
AT&T's advanced interactive digital set-top terminals through 2003. AT&T also agreed to purchase 700,000 Motorola cable
modems and selected Motorola as an initial provider of Voice over IP technology. AT&T expects to begin a trial deployment
of Motorola's Switched IP access solution later this year.

Motorola and Cablevision S.A. de C.V. of Mexico signed a three-year agreement under which Cablevision will purchase
Motorola digital set-top terminals and cable modems, along with transmission optics and radio frequency equipment. Charter
Communications, Inc. committed to purchase an additional 300,000 cable modems by the end of 2001. Korea Thrunet
selected Motorola as its preferred provider for cable modems and cable modem termination system equipment.

During the quarter, Motorola shipped its 10 millionth interactive digital cable set-top terminal and its one millionth DOCSIS
cable modem.

Semiconductor Products Segment

Segment sales rose 30 percent to $2.1 billion and orders increased 19 percent to $2.2 billion. Operating profits increased to
$190 million from $60 million a year ago.

By region, orders were up significantly in Asia and higher in Europe and the Americas. Orders, which increased in all end
markets, were up very significantly in networking and computing and were higher in wireless, standard embedded solutions,
transportation and imaging/entertainment.

Sales by region were up very significantly in Asia and higher in Europe and the Americas. Sales, which increased in all end
markets, were up very significantly in networking and computing, were up significantly in wireless and standard embedded
solutions, and were higher in transportation and imaging/entertainment.

The segment shipped its 100 millionth communications processor to networking customers from its PowerPC(TM),
C-Port(TM) and PowerQUICC(TM) families. Motorola currently has more than 4,000 active communications processor
design wins.

New products include a family of encryption processors to enhance security for Internet commerce, virtual private networks
and wireless mobile commerce, and a fourth-generation PowerPC processor manufactured using the 0.18 micron copper
fabrication process. The sector also expanded its Smart Networks Platform offering to the small office-home office market.

Motorola began shipping samples of the first digital signal processor (DSP) products developed from the StarCore alliance with
Lucent Technologies.

To enhance Java development, the sector released an application programming interface for the J2ME(TM) (Java Platform,
Micro Edition) from Sun Microsystems. Motorola also became the first company to receive Bluetooth(TM) certification for a
PCMCIA modem card and universal serial bus accessories that provide wireless links via personal computers.

Motorola formed alliances with Lineo, Inc. to enhance adoption of Linux as an embedded operating environment and with
Allgon Mobile Communications to jointly develop an antenna system technology for 3G wireless multimedia terminals.

In a realignment of manufacturing operations, the sector disclosed plans to phase out two older wafer fabrication facilities in
Austin, Texas and Mesa, Arizona and transfer the products and jobs to existing facilities with more advanced processing
technologies. The plans are not expected to affect local employment levels in the Austin and Phoenix areas.

Integrated Electronic Systems Segment

Segment sales increased 17 percent to $737 million and orders rose 15 percent to $781 million. Operating profits were $45
million, down from $52 million a year ago.

Telematics Communications Group (TCG) sales and orders were very significantly higher. Mercedes Benz announced that
Telematics will be standard equipment in every vehicle it sells in the U.S., beginning in 2001. The group's strong growth came
from higher sales of integrated digital phones on passenger cars in North America and Europe and sales of Telematics systems.
TCG began shipping the first dual-band digital wireless telephone featuring a color display sold to an auto manufacturer. The
group expanded its business by providing digital phones and car kits to the Volkswagen joint venture headquartered in
Shanghai, China.

Motorola Computer Group (MCG) sales and orders were significantly higher. The group was awarded new contracts from
two top-tier telecom manufacturing customers. MCG also launched its 2001 telecommunications strategy, which includes
products for carrier-grade, high-availability systems and an expanded software offering.

Energy Systems Group sales and orders declined. Overall unit sales increased, although sales dollars were adversely affected
by a mix shift to lower-tier products in the communications equipment market.

Automotive and Industrial Electronics Group (AIEG) sales were slightly lower and orders were higher from the prior year.
AIEG announced the formation of a strategic alliance with Dana Corporation to develop advanced technology applications and
interfaces for new automotive components, modules and systems.

Review and Outlook

Christopher B. Galvin, chairman and chief executive officer, said, ``We are pleased that the performance of many of our
businesses has helped us to achieve improved financial performance over the last nine quarters. We have made much progress
in many areas and continue to work in others.''

``We continually examine the strengths of the global technology markets, currency trends and other indicators. We have been
assessing the impact these factors have had on us, as well as on other companies, particularly in the last 30 days, and we have
begun to take additional actions to streamline our portfolio and reduce the cost of our operations. Cost reductions and business
portfolio changes will continue to help us fulfill our commitment to achieve ongoing earnings improvement,'' Galvin said.

``Despite the recent erosion of equity values in high-tech or new-economy companies, we continue to believe that we will
create shareholder value by being the leader in bringing wireless, broadband and the Internet to our target markets of the
person, the work team, the home, and the car. Each will continue to have an exciting future,'' he said.

Business Risks:

Statements about PCS order growth, commercial availability of new products, the deployment of new technologies by
customers, and in ``Review and Outlook'' are forward-looking and involve risks and uncertainties. The company wishes to
caution the reader that the factors below and those on pages F-25 through F-28 of the appendix to Motorola's Proxy
Statement for the 2000 annual meeting of stockholders and in its other SEC filings could cause Motorola's actual results to
differ materially from those stated in the forward-looking statements. These factors include: (i) the impact of foreign currency
fluctuations on the company, including the impact of the weakening Euro; (ii) the impact that lower than anticipated demand
worldwide for wireless telephones will have on the company's performance; (iii) the demand for the company's products,
including products related to new technologies such as Internet-ready phones; (iv) the company's ability to achieve continued
improvement in the profitability of its digital wireless telephone business, especially as it competes in the lower-tier wireless
telephone market; (v) the company's success in the emerging 3G market; (vi) the demand for vendor financing and the
company's ability to provide that financing in order to remain competitive; (vii) market acceptance of new products; (viii)
continued improvement in the worldwide semiconductor industry and the company's participation in that improvement; (ix)
difficulties, delays or unexpected liabilities or expenses encountered in connection with the implementation of Iridium's
liquidation proceedings or unfavorable outcomes to any currently pending or future litigation involving the Iridium project; (x)
pricing pressures and demand for the company's products, especially if economic conditions worsen in the company's markets;
(xi) the success of alliances and agreements with other companies to develop new products and services; (xii) unexpected
revisions or cancellations to orders for products; and (xiii) product and technology development and commercialization risks,
including for newer digital products.

MOTOROLA, the Stylized M Logo and all other trademarks indicated as such herein are trademarks of Motorola, Inc.
(R)Reg. U.S. Pat. & Tm. Off. PowerPC is a trademark of International Business Machines Corp. Bluetooth is a trademark of
Ericsson. Java and J2ME are trademarks of Sun Microsystems.

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                   Motorola, Inc. and Subsidiaries
                 Consolidated Statements of Earnings
               (In millions, except per share amounts)

                          For the Quarter Ended September 30, 2000
                --------------------------------------------------
                  Total   Excl Impact   Excl   Excl Impact Ongoing
                Motorola  of Special   Special  of Exited  Operations
                            Items       Items  Businesses  Excl
                           Inc/(Exp)                       Special
                                                           Items
                --------- -------------------- ----------------------
Net sales         $ 9,493       $ -    $ 9,493        $ -     $ 9,493

Costs and
expenses
Manufacturing
 and other costs
 of sales          6,130      (499)     5,631          -       5,631
Selling,
 general and
 administrative
 expenses            768       404      1,172          -       1,172
Research and
 development
 expenditures      1,171                1,171          -       1,171
Depreciation
 expense             592                  592          -         592
Interest
 expense, net         74                   74          -          74
                --------- -------------------- ----------------------
Total costs
and expenses       8,735       (95)     8,640          -       8,640
                --------- -------------------- ----------------------
Earnings before
income taxes         758        95        853          -         853
Income tax
provision            227        28        255          -         255
                --------- -------------------- ----------------------
Net earnings        $ 531      $ 67      $ 598        $ -       $ 598
                ========= ==================== ======================

Net earnings
per common share
-----------------
 Basic            $ 0.24    $ 0.03     $ 0.27        $ -      $ 0.27
 Diluted          $ 0.23    $ 0.03     $ 0.26        $ -      $ 0.26

Weighted average
common shares
outstanding
----------------
 Basic           2,182.3   2,182.3    2,182.3    2,182.3     2,182.3
 Diluted         2,266.0   2,266.0    2,266.0    2,266.0     2,266.0

Dividends
paid per share    $ 0.04               $ 0.04                 $ 0.04
Net margin
on sales            5.6%                 6.3%                   6.3%


                         For the Quarter Ended October 2, 1999
               --------------------------------------------------
                 Total  Excl Impact   Excl   Excl Impact    Ongoing
               Motorola of Special  Special   of Exited    Operations
                         Items       Items   Businesses  Excl Special
                        Inc/(Exp)                            Items
               -------- ------------------- -------------------------
Net sales        $ 8,223      $ -    $ 8,223     $ (161)       $ 8,062
Costs and
expenses
Manufacturing
 and other
 costs of sales   5,281     (321)   $ 4,960       (114)         4,846
Selling,
 general and
 administrative
 expenses         1,295      (59)   $ 1,236        (23)         1,213
Research and
 development
 expenditures       913        -      $ 913         (3)           910
Depreciation
 expense            537        -      $ 537          -            537
Interest
 expense, net        33        -       $ 33          -             33
               -------- ------------------- -------------------------
Total costs
and expenses      8,059     (380)     7,679       (140)         7,539
               -------- ------------------- -------------------------
Earnings before
income taxes        164      380        544        (21)           523
Income tax
provision            50      118      $ 168         (6)           162
               -------- ------------------- -------------------------
Net earnings       $ 114    $ 262      $ 376      $ (15)         $ 361
               ======== =================== =========================

Net earnings
per common
share
 Basic           $ 0.05   $ 0.13     $ 0.18    $ (0.01)        $ 0.17
 Diluted         $ 0.05   $ 0.12     $ 0.17    $ (0.01)        $ 0.16

Weighted average
common shares
outstanding
 Basic          2,123.8  2,123.8    2,123.8    2,123.8        2,123.8
 Diluted        2,201.1  2,201.1    2,201.1    2,201.1        2,201.1

Dividends paid
per share (1)    $ 0.04              $ 0.04                    $ 0.04
Net margin
on sales           1.4%                4.6%                      4.5%


(1) Dividends on Motorola shares outstanding prior to the General
   Instrument merger.





                   Motorola, Inc. and Subsidiaries
                 Consolidated Statements of Earnings
               (In millions, except per share amounts)

                      For the Nine Months Ended September 30, 2000
                   --------------------------------------------------
                                Excl                         Ongoing
                             Impact of              Excl   Operations
                               Special   Excl    Impact of    Excl
                     Total     Items    Special    Exited    Special
                    Motorola  Inc/(Exp)  Items   Businesses   Items
                    --------- ------------------- -------------------
Net sales            $ 27,516       $ -  $ 27,516     $ (16) $ 27,500
Costs and expenses
Manufacturing and
 other costs of
 sales                16,838      (499)   16,339       (15)   16,324
Selling, general
 and administrative
 expenses              3,674        86     3,760         -     3,760
Research and
 development
 expenditures          3,293         -     3,293         -     3,293
Depreciation
 expense               1,718         -     1,718         -     1,718
Interest expense,
 net                     175         -       175                 175
                    --------- ------------------- -------------------
Total costs and
expenses              25,698      (413)   25,285       (15)   25,270
                    --------- ------------------- -------------------
Earnings before
income taxes           1,818       413     2,231        (1)    2,230
Income tax provision      635        34       669         -       669
                    --------- ------------------- -------------------
Net earnings          $ 1,183     $ 379   $ 1,562      $ (1)  $ 1,561
                    ========= =================== ===================

Net earnings per
common share
--------------------
 Basic                $ 0.55    $ 0.17    $ 0.72       $ -    $ 0.72
 Diluted              $ 0.52    $ 0.17    $ 0.69       $ -    $ 0.69

Weighted average
common shares
outstanding
--------------------
 Basic               2,164.1   2,164.1   2,164.1   2,164.1   2,164.1
 Diluted             2,258.2   2,258.2   2,258.2   2,258.2   2,258.2

Dividends paid per
share                 $ 0.12              $ 0.12              $ 0.12
Net margin on sales      4.3%                5.7%                5.7%
Return on average
invested capital (1)    7.9%                  -                   -


                        For the Nine Months Ended October 2, 1999
                   --------------------------------------------------
                                Excl                         Ongoing
                             Impact of              Excl   Operations
                               Special   Excl    Impact of    Excl
                     Total     Items    Special    Exited    Special
                    Motorola  Inc/(Exp)  Items   Businesses   Items
                    --------- ------------------- -------------------
Net sales            $ 23,989       $ -  $ 23,989  $ (1,022) $ 22,967
Costs and expenses
Manufacturing and
 other costs of
 sales                14,612      (323) $ 14,289      (724)   13,565
Selling, general
 and administrative
 expenses              4,226      (158)  $ 4,068      (145)    3,923
Research and
 development
 expenditures          2,528         -   $ 2,528       (23)    2,505
Depreciation
 expense               1,680         -   $ 1,680        (3)    1,677
Interest expense,
 net                     118         -     $ 118        (4)      114
                    --------- ------------------- -------------------
Total costs and
expenses              23,164      (481)   22,683      (899)   21,784
                    --------- ------------------- -------------------
Earnings before
income taxes             825       481     1,306      (123)    1,183
Income tax provision      257       149     $ 406       (37)      369
                    --------- ------------------- -------------------
Net earnings            $ 568     $ 332     $ 900     $ (86)    $ 814
                    ========= =================== ===================

Net earnings per
common share
--------------------
 Basic                $ 0.27    $ 0.16    $ 0.43   $ (0.05)   $ 0.38
 Diluted              $ 0.26    $ 0.15    $ 0.41   $ (0.04)   $ 0.37

Weighted average
common shares
outstanding
--------------------
 Basic               2,114.7   2,114.7   2,114.7   2,114.7   2,114.7
 Diluted             2,191.2   2,191.2   2,191.2   2,191.2   2,191.2

Dividends paid per
share (2)             $ 0.12              $ 0.12              $ 0.12
Net margin on sales      2.4%                3.8%                3.5%
Return on average
invested capital (1)    4.6%


(1) Based on the performance of the four preceding quarter  

10.10.00 23:40

1737 Postings, 7581 Tage Hans DampfUnd das dürfte wieder reichen.. Orders -23%!

Personal Communications Segment

Segment sales rose 4 percent to $3.2 billion. Orders were $3.3 billion, down 23 percent from
the third quarter of 1999, when
orders were extremely strong because of customer concerns over tight supplies of wireless
telephones and many components  

10.10.00 23:43

257 Postings, 7415 Tage spacecowboyÜbersetzung?

Kann das mal jemand in Deutsch KURZ zusammenfassen ?  

10.10.00 23:46

1737 Postings, 7581 Tage Hans DampfDa nur die negativen Meldungen zählen

Der Auftragsbestand im Handysektor ist um 23% zum Vorjahresquartal zurückgegangen.

Gruß Dampf  

10.10.00 23:50

10721 Postings, 7594 Tage GruenspanMotorola nachbörslich flat. o.T.

10.10.00 23:56

1737 Postings, 7581 Tage Hans DampfUnd Yahoo fällt nachb. unter Schlusskurs... o.T.

11.10.00 00:02

4312 Postings, 7761 Tage Idefix1Ganz schön krank

Insbesondere die Anmerkung von Hans Dampf (nix gegen Dich, Du spiegelst ja nur die kranke Welt der Anal üsten, Möchtegern-Manager und diverser Zocker)

Ich glaube wirklich, da steckt System dahinter - Motto "Rauskegeln" wenn die Aktien billig sind und "Reinkegeln" wenn sie völlig überteuert sind.  

11.10.00 00:04

1737 Postings, 7581 Tage Hans DampfYahoo z.Z 3$ unter Schlusskurs...to be continued o.T.

11.10.00 00:09

64730 Postings, 7707 Tage Kickyund Biogen 39cents statt der erwarteten 43 o.T.

11.10.00 00:10

1737 Postings, 7581 Tage Hans Dampf@Idefix

Das ist reiner Zynismus von mir - mir ist schon ganz schwindlig vor Kopfschütteln.
Aber im Augenblick werden nur die negativen Aspekte gewürdigt. Seit dem Kursrutsch von Micron Technology trotz perfektem Quartalsergebnis kann mich eigentlich nichts mehr wirklich erschüttern.

Gruß Dampf  

11.10.00 00:10

4312 Postings, 7761 Tage Idefix1Ich wußte gar nicht daß Biogen

Plus macht - sonst hätte ich schon lange verkauft.  

11.10.00 00:11

4312 Postings, 7761 Tage Idefix1@ Hans Dampf

War mir schon klar. Ich schüttle mit Dir.  

11.10.00 00:13

1737 Postings, 7581 Tage Hans DampfYahoo -5$ - Tendenz fallend... o.T.

11.10.00 00:20

1737 Postings, 7581 Tage Hans DampfZumindest ein kleiner Denkzettel für die

Halbleiter-Basher:
Semiconductor Products Segment

Segment sales rose 30 percent to $2.1 billion and orders increased 19 percent to $2.2 billion.
Operating profits increased to
$190 million from $60 million a year ago.

By region, orders were up significantly in Asia and higher in Europe and the Americas. Orders,
which increased in all end
markets, were up very significantly in networking and computing and were higher in wireless,
standard embedded solutions,
transportation and imaging/entertainment.

Sogar in Europa signifikante Zuwächse - trotz Euro!

Gruß Dampf  

11.10.00 00:26

4312 Postings, 7761 Tage Idefix1Es ist nur eine Frage der Zeit

Wann alle wieder aufwachen.

Nur weiß keiner die Länge.

strategie: Immer ein bißchen was aufsammeln, und noch ein bißchen Liqui behalten. Das ist dann wie Fondssparen. Aber Quali muß es schon sein.  

11.10.00 00:30

199 Postings, 7406 Tage HossHey Jungs, wo hab ihr eigentlich

die nachbörslichen Kurse her ???????  

11.10.00 09:38

1737 Postings, 7581 Tage Hans Dampf@Hoss

11.10.00 09:41

136 Postings, 7548 Tage JägermeisterGenau: Der Halbleiterbereich!

Hier wird antizyklisches Handeln reich belohnt werden, denn was da die letzten Wochen abläuft, ist vollkommen widersinnig. Es wird vermehrt davon ausgegangen, daß der "Schweinezyklus" sich um ein Jahr verschiebt, d.h. Abschwung erst in 2002 statt 2001. Ich habe gestern ein wenig Infineon und Micron Tech. gekauft. Micron KGV nur noch 14, genausoviel wie ein bekannter Rigipsplattenhändler mit Internetanschluß am Neuen Markt. Abends dann Downgrading von Altera und Xilinx in USA. In der Folge eine erneut schwache Börse für alle Halbleiterwerte, Micron -7,... %. Was soll's, notfalls wird bei 30 $ nachgekauft, sollten die je erreicht werden.

Grüße
JM  

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