SOURCE: Bellwether Reports

July 20, 2005 15:13 ET

BWR Issues Alerts for Shareholders of JUPM, SPIR, FBP and TER

NOTE TO EDITORS: The Following Is an Investment Opinion Being Issued by The Bellwether Report.

TORONTO -- (MARKET WIRE) -- July 20, 2005 -- The Bellwether Report is the leading online financial newsletter, focusing on small-cap emerging growth opportunities. We strive to introduce investors to truly undervalued opportunities in a time-friendly fashion, allowing for optimal entry points and profitable exit points. Today, BWR will be evaluating the days four most promising companies on the Nasdaq and New York Stock Exchange . Jupitermedia (NASDAQ: JUPM), Spire (NASDAQ: SPIR), First Bancorp (NYSE: FBP) and Teradyne (NYSE: TER). For more information on BWR or any of the above-mentioned companies, feel free to visit for a free no-obligation, 30-day trial of our service.

Jupitermedia is trading up 8% today as the company announced that its Search Engine Strategies Summer Conference & Expo 2005, the premier event for search engine marketing & optimization, will be held August 8-11, featuring over 100 participating companies.This marks the largest Search Engine Strategies Conference & Expo held to date. BWR will be monitoring this company over this conference and will report the outcome.

Spire announced today that they have appointed William Wiegler as Vice President of Corporate Marketing. Wiegler, a skilled technology marketing veteran with solar energy industry experience, will focus the company's strategic marketing efforts across all product lines and build on the strengths of their common technology platform. The company is currently trading up 8% on over 7 million shares traded. BWR will continue our aggressive due-diligence to further our knowledge of this company.

First Bancorp tops the NYSE percent gainers today trading up 24%. Today's sharp increase comes as a result of the company reporting second-quarter earnings of $57.1 million, or 57 cents a share, up from a year-ago profit of $39.9 million, or 36 cents a share. BWR feels that this company hold a lot of potential and will continue researching the affects of future corporate developments.

Teradyne yesterday reported a loss of $45.5 million, or 23 cents a share, on revenue of $320.2 million for the second quarter. Despite yesterday's news' the company is trading up 20%. BWR will maintain our aggressive due-diligence to see if we can discover the cause of today's influx in demand.

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