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   Technology StocksH POWER CORP (HPOW)


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To: kaydee who wrote (10)8/11/2000 12:47:18 AM
From: 993racer
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I think once H Power comes out of the quiet period (9/4/00), things might change...keep in mind that we are at the mercy of the overall market as well

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To: 993racer who wrote (11)8/11/2000 11:15:31 AM
From: tonyt
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HPOW Just broke pricing. Look for $13 soon. Another FIDO DUD.

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To: Sober who wrote (9)8/11/2000 2:49:44 PM
From: 993racer
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on level II, what is lehman doing now?

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To: 993racer who wrote (13)8/14/2000 2:13:22 PM
From: 993racer
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1. 6,093,501 Fuel cell using an aqueous hydrogen-generating process
2. 6,051,331 Fuel cell platelet separators having coordinate features
3. 6,048,634 Fuel cell using water-soluble fuel
4. 6,028,414 Fuel cell stand-by energy supply system
5. 5,925,322 Fuel cell or a partial oxidation reactor or a heat engine and an oxygen-enriching device and method therefor
6. 5,863,671 Plastic platelet fuel cells employing integrated fluid management
7. 5,858,567 Fuel cells employing integrated fluid management platelet technology
8. 5,840,270 Catalytic method of generating hydrogen
9. 5,830,426 Aqueous hydrogen generation process
10. 5,776,625 Hydrogen-air fuel cell
11. 5,690,902 Hydrogen-powered automobile with in situ hydrogen generation
12. 5,683,828 Metal platelet fuel cells production and operation methods
13. 5,643,352 Reactive iron material for use in a hydrogen-generating process in an electrical vehicle
14. 5,629,102 Electrical automobile having a fuel cell, and method of powering an electrical automobile with a fuel cell system
15. 5,510,201 Method of operating a fuel cell wherein hydrogen is generated by providing iron in situ

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To: 993racer who wrote (14)8/24/2000 9:57:54 AM
From: Sober
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I am holding HPOW until the investment community figures out how undervalued this stock is in the teens. There is huge potential for residentual fuel cells. And not far off in the future either.

"...But the real story is the firm’s recent deal to sell residential fuel cells to the more than 900 US rural energy cooperatives. This is expected to generate revenues in the $81 million range by FY’02 (5/31). Additional contracts for rural residential systems are expected from firms in Canada. Consequently, the company’s opportunities for growth are considerable and it has the potential to reach the $100 million mark in 3 years. "

Ballard BLDP has sales of 38M, 8 BILLION market cap, trades in the $90 range.
Plug Power PLUG has sales of only 12M, 1.7 BILLION market cap, trades in the $40 range.

HPOW existing deal with the rural cooperatives is worth 40M per year and that does not even count other deals that they may develop. The ipo money is being used to build a large factory and this company is going to EASILY surpass BLDP and PLUG. The stock is a give away right and we will wonder why we didn't see it when it should have been so obvious.

I can't make it any clearer...

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To: Sober who wrote (15)8/25/2000 9:42:04 AM
From: opalapril
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I've read such arguments -- really, a stock story -- as you recite, but the prospectus points out that other than a few New Jersey highway signs HPOW hasn't made a single sale in its entire corporate life. Furthermore, the residential fuel cell deal is wrapped in a number of "maybes" from the company's ability to produce an acceptable product (the prospectus says they haven't yet gone beyond a prototype) to timing, which as I recall could slip as much as five years. Have you seen the prototype fuel cell yourself? Know anything about HPOW's manufacturing or marketing capabilities?

I love the bare bones story, just wish I could see some meat.

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To: opalapril who wrote (16)8/25/2000 4:07:14 PM
From: Sober
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Have not seen the unit myself, but have a good friend who has seen HPOW and PLUG and says that the HPOW unit is much better... can not tell you how...but I trust him.

Looks like some others liked HPOW today.

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To: Sober who wrote (17)8/25/2000 7:37:28 PM
From: 993racer
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well either way, HPOW should be mentioned in a few mins on CNBC...thats why it ran up this afternoon

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To: 993racer who wrote (18)8/28/2000 11:03:25 AM
From: 993racer
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Well something is good!

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To: 993racer who wrote (19)8/28/2000 3:11:22 PM
From: Hyrulean King
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993racer - what, in your opinion, will be the impact of the end of quiet period, after labor day...took profits from CPST and moved in HPOW recently.

long HPOW

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