Hey Smit...was that due by Feb or March 17th? Thanks in advance!
Well, they'll have to file the required paperwork with the SEC by the 17th. If they do, they'll resume trading on the pink-sheets again. That would also make you go 'hmmmm?' even more. If no plans here, why bother IMO.
If they don't file paper work and satisfy SEC requirements, then the shares will trade in the gray market where there is no governance so-to-speak....something like what SAEI is doing...it trades 'in the gray'. If anyone visits, perhaps they can confirm or indicate where I am wrong.
Thanks the risk one takes with these 'speculative pinkies' though. Sometimes you hit a grand-slam and sometimes it's 'game over'.
yep, no jakking hear,, sec Brown Shirtz just kickt in tha door 2day,, too bad
It seems the choppers were firing rockets at atve. Who would want a shell trading in the grays?
Hey XXXX, what are you hearing today?
LOL. I HEAR EM FOR SURE
Mite not be a minmarr, mite be sumbuddy else jakking, or tha shell mite have just been sold, or the shell ownrrz mite stikk sumthin new in2 tha shell nna nu website will pop up ther. I do suspekt minmarr konnektshunz here though... liek on Howe Street, you see tha same playurz popping up,, Toronto in this situashun...
Anywayz, since ATVE is jakkabull, nn no nu sharez kan be issued, shorty haz been in chek since Tuesday...
Rite aftrr I put out tha newz Munday, Shorty swappt bout 7millionz I suspekt he wuz short with anothrr markit makrr at 1,, nn now no sharez rr for sale. They rr no longrr selling sharez they havint gott...
Aftrr tha 31st passes with No dealz made,, ther mite agin be sharez fo sale.
Kwite alot of Fear nn Loathing this month for a .001 stokk dontcha think
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My mistake, fat finger entry!!!
Very interesting! I was just there snooping around a few days ago!!!
What do you think the chance is they will
86-1 or otherwise mess with the commons? It is mingle-mar after all.
Didja Notice sumbuddy just 86-ed tha activecore.com website yesTURDay
Bring it on! Let's see some volume!!!
Yep,, I wudd Klassify this az a Duurty Shell..
Can you say that again?....in Spanish this time? I might understand that better...lol
It's all good dog. So your 'ingredient list' is telling ya that the 'pie is ready for baking?'
Thanks Mr. Xxxxxxtrader dude!
Yes, I got a startrr hear yesTURDay. Tha reazon iz cuz ShellJakkingz ALWAYZ happen at tha EndOfThaMonths for sum reazon... Increast aktivity starting last weak meanz ATVE gittin set up fo at leest a gud momo run ... if not a Full Blown hyjakking
In addishun to the Principalz possibel bigmunny Minmarr Konnektshunz in Toronto,,
The fact that ATVE Meatz all 4 criteria for shell pirate bait is Valu-abull
Info for 2 reazonz:
1. Add-d Markit Cap Valuashun. Furst Figger all duurty shellz (cept Qz) worth bout $200k for starters, maybe $500k for kleen shellz. Now second figger that a shell that gitz jakkt prolly addz $5m-$50m cap on a RM x letz just say a KONSErVATIVE 10% chance that will happen= Thatz at leest $500k xxxxtra "hidden" Valu just sittin on tha taybul. Now I think with tha few jakkabull shells left after bout 20 jakkingz in 09-10, Plus tha increasd number of shell piratez hunting for these shells, prolly closer to 50%
odds that a Jakkabull shell liek ATVE will gitt jakkt. Konservative Valuashun of ATVE: $200k duurty shell + $500k-$2.5m hidden = est. $700k-$2.7m mkt cap/500m o/s, or .0014-.0054,,
so anything under .0014 iz tha
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.005 iz tha targit on a momo run
1-10 centz targit on a jakking
2. Shorty kryptonite. Now U Know shorty kan reed ihub nn knowz what "fake" plays he kan short nn just Grabb all tha playurz munny,,, but shorty kant short da Jakkabull Shell..
even on a momo run,, Cuz A Lawyerr Mite just show Up In Vegas ... with a HUGH SURPRRIZE
Add 1 and 2 nn U have all tha InGREEDientz fo multiple EndOfMonth momo runz,,
ATVE iz a Fishing xxxxpedishun liek at IRBL,, nn now tha Bait iz on tha hook,, Az U jan see in tha Chart BeLow,, Tha same almost IDENTIKAL deal at IRBL made 2 multi-bag EOM momo run payouts to from .0015-.005 in last 14 months alreddy..
,, nn overdue for a thurd
Since No Nu Sharez kan be issued nn Shorty in Chek, once tha legacy bagholdaz rr taken care of at a
certain price,, the sharez will just flatline between momo runz until tha...
nice call on CSCE for some merger play action. hopefully we see the same on ATVE tomorrow
So, I'm guessing you were buying today?
Top sekret ATVE Informashun:
Possibel Shellhyjakking Takeovrr Targitt, all 4 faktorz CheckOut:
CHECK: Nevada Corp.
CHECK: Revoked, but not permanently revoked.
CHECK: Registerd agent resigned.
CHECK: Trading shell.
Former shell Playurz involvd are in Toronto,, nn OldTimrrz
remembrr theze playurz running TALL frum .02-$5 in 2000:
nn So U ask wher are these 100-bagga Playurz Now?
Cudd they be kurrintly wurking Hear,
at tha Biggist 100-bagga Faktory in Toronto,,
which just also Happinz to be tha Biggist ShellJakkerr
in tha wurld:
5155 Spectrum Way Unit #5
Mississauga, ONT L4W 5A1
What is Going On With This Stock.. Gaps Getting Filled But Pushing On the Asked Stopped... We Get Over .0013 it can move and the Potential of the stock on how easy it moves will be shown... If we hold till tomorrow We Should and hopefully get Some more Movement.. <---IMHO I'm ready to see it really Go like it has ... Time To make Some Money and This Stock Can Do That..
Thinking this might be a good place to load
base camp has been built, it doesn't look like this is going under 001. the only way to get shares is to smack dat ask...and im thinking there will be plenty of that next week Have a good weekend Mo!
ATVE moves really easy
I don't see much activity on ActiveCore's website, but they own Cratos Technology Solutions, MDI Solutions, DisclosurePlus and ActiveCast. MDI looks like the only one in business. Hopefully the run up has something to do with them. Any thoughts?
Just another great stock to run up.. on the low float... They r a gold mine.. =+) i got my eye on 2 more that should burst by Friday.. i can only hope.... GLTU Danterian
What's up with this thing, almost 20mil shares today?
Up .0005 Keep this bad boy moving Time for this thing to hit .002+
Man this thing has alot of potential of Breaking out Keep the Buys Coming
ActiveCore Technologies, Inc. operates as a payment technology solution provider, primarily in the on-line payment market. Our products encompass a variety of payment technologies as well as our own integration tool kit and direct marketing software platform that allows us to better support our payment technology clients.
Authorized: 550M per Nevada SOS
Share Structure as of 12/3/07
Outstanding Shares 494M
Restricted Shares 279M
Peter Hamilton - Chief Executive Officer
Peter Hamilton, IVP's CEO was elected a Director in November 2001. Mr. Hamilton oversees product development, distribution activities and sales for ActiveCore. In 1999, he co-founded with Mr. MacDonald, Springboard Technology Solutions Inc. and has served as the VP Sales and Consulting. Prior to his position with Springboard, in 1995, Mr. Hamilton co-founded (with Mr. MacDonald) and served as Chairman and CEO of Lava Systems Inc., a multinational software company that provided document management, imaging and work flow software services, based in Toronto, Chicago, London, and Australia. During this time, Mr. Hamilton was responsible for overseeing Lava's expansion of its operations into Europe, Australia, U.S. and Canada and developed business partners in South America, South Africa, the Middle East and Scandinavia. He also assisted Lava in raising over CAD $36 million, and co-led the company to public status with a listing on the Toronto Stock Exchange. Prior to this, Mr. Hamilton served as Senior VP of Operations for SoftKey Software International, a publicly traded company on the New York Stock Exchange. He was responsible for SoftKey's day-to-day operations, including manufacturing, product distribution, information systems, finance, customer support, technical support and product data management and marketing. In addition, Mr. Hamilton integrated 18 new businesses into SoftKey's operations, during his tenure and was insental in the growth of the company from $2,000,000 in sales in 1989 to $300,000,000 in 1995.You can contact Peter at firstname.lastname@example.org
J. Stephen Smith - Director
Stephen Smith has served as a Director of ActiveCore since November 2001. Mr. Smith has over 30 years experience in planning, directing and managing major projects in such diverse fields as radar system development, electronic intelligence system design, installation and operation, ship design and acquisition and Document Management System development and applied solutions. He has served as Vice-President Operations for CDI Marine, the nation’s largest marine engineering firm and has held the positions of Director of Engineering, Vice-President and President of ROH, a diverse professional services company specializing in DMS solutions, web site development and applications and a broad range of support for the US Navy ship acquisition program. Mr. Smith graduated with a BBA from the University of Notre Dame and received his Masters in Science and Electronics Engineering from the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School.
Stephen Lewis - Director
Mr. Lewis has served as a Director of ActiveCore since July 2003. Stephen Lewis has extensive financial, corporate governance and legal experience in large corporate environments and in fast growing entrepreneurial settings. Mr. Lewis is a seasoned executive and was CFO of the Lehndorff Group of companies from 1976 to 1994. The Lehndorff Group was a North American/European real estate investment and property management organization with assets and offices located across Canada and into the United States. Over a number of years Lewis rose within the organization to become executive vice president and chief financial officer, responsible for all facets of the group’s finance, accounting, administration, M.I.S and human resources. He was also a member of the board of directors of numerous Lehndorff management companies and acted as chief liaison between management and the independent boards and committees that made up the Lehndorff Group. Mr. Lewis sold his franchise operations in 2002 and is currently acting in a consulting capacity on a number of different business ventures. Mr. Lewis is also a member of the board of directors of the Children’s Aid Society of Toronto (“CAST”), one of the largest child welfare organizations in the World. Lewis was recently awarded a Queen’s Jubilee Medal, an award granted to individuals whose achievements have benefited their fellow citizens, community and country.