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yes, I agree that new releases will come out in a larger quantity, but an AVERAGE of 4-5 games per offering is more like it because there are a lot of obscure games that are probably not rented often to offer a good selection for customers.

So if 20% of the games are new releases and 80% are not of 1200 offerings, then there could be

2400 New Release CDs (10 per offering)
2880 Non-new release CDs (3 per offering)

For that calculation, that comes to about 4.4 CDs per offering. So I'm just trying to say its an average. And yeah, he probably sells the extra new releases after a while once they lose their popularity.


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GZFX Company Profile asof 2-6-04

Last Trade Price $ .10 Shares Authorized
52-Week Range
High $ .122 Preferred Shares nil
Low $ .001 Shares Outstanding
Common Shares 900,000,000
Market Capitalization $ 44,107,145 Common Shares 441,071,449
Daily Volume (10-day) 13,730,152 Preferred Shares nil
GameZnflix, Inc. CORPORATE PROFILE
otcbb symbol: :: GZFX
Data as of 02/06/04 closing BID .097 x .101 ASK
GameZnFlix, Inc., headquartered in Franklin, Kentucky, is a rapidly growing corporation whose main focus is on marketing video
games, DVDs and other entertainment products through its eCommerce websites–VeeGeez.com (a wholly owned subsidiary) and
the soon to be released–GameZnFlix.com. The Company’s GameZnFlix.com website will offer DVD movies and other
entertainment products–via a rental membership program as well as for sale–and provide video games via a link to VeeGeez.com.


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Andy

new games come in in 40 copies and the most popular ones in even more...

pres


quote:
Originally posted by andykupe:
yes, I agree that new releases will come out in a larger quantity, but an AVERAGE of 4-5 games per offering is more like it because there are a lot of obscure games that are probably not rented often to offer a good selection for customers.

So if 20% of the games are new releases and 80% are not of 1200 offerings, then there could be

2400 New Release CDs (10 per offering)
2880 Non-new release CDs (3 per offering)

For that calculation, that comes to about 4.4 CDs per offering. So I'm just trying to say its an average. And yeah, he probably sells the extra new releases after a while once they lose their popularity.



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A little profit taking on the inside:
http://knobias.10kwizard.com/filing.php?repo=tenk&ipage=2613322&doc=1&total=&back=1&g=&attach=on

This has to be his salary? Why else would he sell. Last time was in November 2003 for 500,000 shares @ .022


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Finally....they updated the pic
http://www.alexa.com/data/details/main?q=veegeez&url=http://www.veegeez.com/

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lol, I thought this tool was banned? haha....
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Looking for entry very soon...
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The Veegeez Advantage

77.98% of games in stock right now! 67.21% of new releases in stock right now!

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quote:
Originally posted by presumptuous:
Andy

new games come in in 40 copies and the most popular ones in even more...

pres



Ah, thanks for the clear up. I didn't know that fact. I was just estimating with what is reasonable to me


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I found this at Forbes, it's pretty interesting but I'm not sure if it's accurate info. According to them, John Fleming is involved in 3 companies:

Interactive Intelligence(ININ), Executive Vice President of Sales-The Americas, Europe, Middle East and Africa
GameZnFlix, Inc.(GZFX), President, Secretary, Director
MatrixOne, Inc.(MONE), Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing
http://forbesbest.com/finance/mktguideapps/personinfo/FromPersonIdPersonTearsheet.jhtml?passedPersonId=146372


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quote:
Originally posted by tommy:
I found this at Forbes, it's pretty interesting but I'm not sure if it's accurate info. According to them, John Fleming is involved in 3 companies:

Interactive Intelligence(ININ), Executive Vice President of Sales-The Americas, Europe, Middle East and Africa
GameZnFlix, Inc.(GZFX), President, Secretary, Director
MatrixOne, Inc.(MONE), Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing
http://forbesbest.com/finance/mktguideapps/personinfo/FromPersonI dPersonTearsheet.jhtml?passedPersonId=146372



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What's up with this? lol....

quote:
WESTON, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 02/20/04 -- TheSUBWAY.com names
Reclamation Consulting & Applications Inc. (OTC BB: RCAA) to its
Stock Watch List! RCAA is new to TheSUBWAY.com, and we expect great
things from this stock! Watch this company; it just announced big
news, and could be a huge gainer in the short term!

Point Group Holdings Inc. (OTC BB: PGHI): Market Perform, down 5% on
7 million shares ..........

You'd think they'd have their symbol updated by now lol!


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quote:
Originally posted by Marcidius:
What's up with this? lol....

You'd think they'd have their symbol updated by now lol!


Ha ha, I was just going to add that to this thread. Beat me to it Marcidius. Makes me not want to EVER listen to Peter Antipatis

"NOTE TO EDITORS: The Following Is an Investment Opinion Being Issued
by Peter Antipatis of Capital Research Group Inc.

WESTON, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 02/20/04 -- Watch Reclamation
Consulting & Applications Inc. (OTC BB: RCAA). RCAA is new to
TheSUBWAY.com, and we expect great things from this stock! Watch
this stock, it just announced big news, and could be a huge gainer in
near-term trading as market participants take notice! Other stock
market standouts include:

Cybertel Communications (OTC BB: CYTP): Market Perform, down 23% on
301 million shares,

Point Group Holdings Inc. (OTC BB: PGHI): Market Perform, up 12% on 6
million shares,
"


YOU KNOW WHAT THIS MEANS IS THAT THE SUBWAY.COM AND MARKET WATCH ARE THE SAME COMPANY. BUT, THEY DON'T EVEN HAVE THEIR "FICTICIOUS" FACTS STRAIGHT!
FS

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The volume is zero

Any idea why?


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quote:
Originally posted by trad82:
The volume is zero

Any idea why?


Wondering the same thing?


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Good question! I'm seeing the same thing
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I am also seeing zero volume for GZFX.
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Well volume decided to pop up now
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Ok

1800 shares at 0.09 at 9:51:07

Amazing. We had to wait 21 minutes to see the first transaction.

Volume is so low today!


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quote:
Originally posted by m_h13021:
Delt16, I would not be surprised if you were right on the money with your subscriber calculations. That all sounds pretty accurate. 500 hundreds subs seems about right. - Marty

You guys are wrong about your estimate.Make that...low ball estimate...10x or more.

VeeHappy


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quote:
Originally posted by trad82:
Ok

1800 shares at 0.09 at 9:51:07

Amazing. We had to wait 21 minutes to see the first transaction.

Volume is so low today!



BUMP... volume also low on this tread. LOL


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As far as estimates go, no one is right. People where saying it was going to pop to a quarter when the new VeeGeeZ site was released. Now people are saying the same ridiculous thing when the GamezNflix site will be released. My point is allot of people look before they buy and when they do buy and the price is not up in the sky they get pissed off. People take what you read with a grain of salt, no one know where this will be, if they did they won't be on a bulletin board making predictions that is for sure. As always do your own DD. Good luck. - Marty
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The people that said it would pop to a quarter were ignoring basic laws of motion in the stock world. Its all about market cap. The move from 6 to 12 was a double in market cap, all the market would allow. This is normal. We are set to move higher, basic TA will tell you this. Consolidation is happening now, looking for a new entry point in the coming days assuming the ascending triangle pattern holds.

Based on my TA, assuming ascending triangle pattern holds and follows through, the next breakout will be to .14-.16, with possible spike to .18.

Many of us have been here in GZFX (PGHI) land for a while, and know the movements and patterns very well. We know the MM's and who are the ax's and who are the shadows. Combine all that you know about the company, TA, and future news expectations, to make your decisions.

.25, not yet, unless unexpected fundamental occurance
.15, very possible and probable off expected news

JMHO


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11 new titles on Veegeez today! If the rumor is true that they have 50 copies of every new title, then it's 550 more game units today alone!
http://www.veegeez.com/sort.asp?cat=main&system=all&search=new

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I just looked at the charts again and it appears we have formed an ADVANCE BLOCK which is extremely bullish.

Follow this link and scroll down to ADVANCE BLOCK, then follow the second link and you will see a very similar pattern that we formed today.
http://www.candlestickshop.com/glossary/
http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=GZFX,uu[w,a]daclyyay[db][pb50!b200][vc60][iUb14!La12,26,9]&pref=G


Monday may be interesting after all.


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78.97% of games in stock right now! 82.09% of new releases in stock right now!


quote:
Originally posted by tommy:
11 new titles on Veegeez today! If the rumor is true that they have 50 copies of every new title, then it's 550 more game units today alone!
http://www.veegeez.com/sort.asp?cat=main&system=all&search=new


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I'm glad to see, they are bringing their inventories levels up. : )

I look foward to a good monday too.


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Look again. -
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Here are some interesting excerpts taken from an October 2002 article about Netflix and e-commerce. The article quotes Netflix spokesperson Rick Sneed and Blockbuster spokesperson Randy Hargrove:

Hollywood films are released in four stages, in order: theatrical release, video rental, premium cable, and finally free TV. Hollywood studios would not release movies for video on demand until the "premium cable" stage of this cycle, he says. In other words, after in-store rental, so VOD would have little impact on Blockbuster.

"If you look at studio profits, on a retail sale, studios make an average profit of $14 per sale," Hargrove says. "For a video on demand transaction, the studio's profit on average is $2.50 - so it would take five VOD transactions to maintain profitability. For that reason they cannot afford to cannibalize the $23 billion dollar a year video retail and rental market."

Netflix welcomes Blockbuster's competition, Sneed says. "Once they get into it, and Walmart gets into it, they're going to bring big bucks, because the only way they can go against us is to very heavily spend in marketing," he says. "All that's going to do is convince consumers this is a good way to rent movies." Furthermore, he says, Netflix's home delivery is a key difference. "Once people experience it, they learn to love it."

Netflix markets heavily. All the major manufacturers of DVD players include a Netflix offer in the box of each new unit, Sneed says. The company also markets through Best Buy and its various subsidiaries, with prominent ads for its service in the stores' DVD areas. "In many of the stores the cashier is flagged to tell you about Netflix if you buy a DVD player," he says.



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Here's a list I just found of Gamefly's top 20 rental titles in 2003:

1. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Xbox LucasArts
2. Simpsons Hit and Run Xbox Vivendi Universal
3. Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge Xbox Microsoft
4. True Crime: Streets of LA Xbox Activision
5. Soul Calibur 2 Xbox Namco
6. Jak II PS2 Sony
7. Castlevania: Lament of Innocence PS2 Konami
8. Freedom Fighters Xbox Electronic Arts
9. Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Xbox Ubi Soft
10. Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 3 Xbox Ubi Soft
11. Simpsons Hit and Run PS2 Vivendi Universal
12. Brute Force Xbox Microsoft
13. Dead Or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball Xbox Tecmo
14. Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Tides of War Xbox Activision
15. Enter the Matrix Xbox Infogrames
16. Midnight Club 2 PS2 Take Two
17. Enter the Matrix PS2 Infogrames
18. The Getaway PS2 Sony
19. Madden NFL 2004 PS2 Electronic Arts
20. Final Fantasy X-2 PS2 Square Enix


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What is really crazy is not the .25 predictions, but the fact that people think that they have 50 copies of each game. If that is the case, they would have 5k or so subs. And if so, there is no reasen that this wont hit .25 soon.

That would give them around 100K $/Month in revenues. 1200000$/year, without any new subscribers. You people are nuts!

50 copies of each game lol.

I hope you are right, because if you are, .25 is low compared to where GZFX will be in a couple months.

We will see when they release their next financial statement. If they have 5k subs, the revenue will show it and this stock will move MUCH higher. They will have 1000% increase in revenues.


like I posted before.....

80,465 Subscription revenue in 9 months

9 months x 20$ (lowest subscription cost) = 180

80465 divided by 180 = 447 subscriptions (ended Sept 30 2003)


SEPT 30 447 subs!!

so in 5 months they would have had to gain close to 1k members each month to equal the numbers that you guys are throwng out.

I hope so, but I dont think so.


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Hey i posted that a couple months back!:P Doesnt matter though...we just need those numbers to keep growin, thats whatll drive this company, and down the line the PPS...GLTA the longs!
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A big factor in the success of the online rental business is... lazyness.

Like right now I have a movie due to be returned before noon at Blockbuster and there's 13 minutes left for me to go there. Will I go? Hell no, I'm too lazy and I'm playing videogames anyway! So I'll take the hit and pay the late fee!

If I was subscribed to an online Movie rental business, I wouldn't have to pay that fee and remain lazy without paying for it!

GamezNFlix is going to revolutionize the online rental industry by offering the ultimate Game/Movie combo. Remember that NO ONE has done this before!

GLTA!


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tommy there are a few guys who are doing the games and movies combo... but they suck and do not advertise nor are the publicly traded so raising any capital will suck for them... we are poised to be the leader in this industry unless gamefly is bought out by netflix and then .... nightmares... doubt that will happen... i hope the new site comes out soon.. and i am suprised to c u in GWDL ... never thought u would go into that kidna stock...
quote:
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A big factor in the success of the online rental business is... lazyness.

Like right now I have a movie due to be returned before noon at Blockbuster and there's 13 minutes left for me to go there. Will I go? Hell no, I'm too lazy and I'm playing videogames anyway! So I'll take the hit and pay the late fee!

If I was subscribed to an online Movie rental business, I wouldn't have to pay that fee and remain lazy without paying for it!

GamezNFlix is going to revolutionize the online rental industry by offering the ultimate Game/Movie combo. Remember that NO ONE has done this before!

GLTA!



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stockguyDD, I'm not investing in GWDL, I'm merely hoping to ride the pump-n-dump scheme that their management is setting up!

quote:
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tommy there are a few guys who are doing the games and movies combo... but they suck and do not advertise nor are the publicly traded so raising any capital will suck for them... we are poised to be the leader in this industry unless gamefly is bought out by netflix and then .... nightmares... doubt that will happen... i hope the new site comes out soon.. and i am suprised to c u in GWDL ... never thought u would go into that kidna stock...


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