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Daddy's Last Penny
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with a 14% increase,like we had today and a differential increase of .016 from thursday to monday a 13.91%..(14%) increase. from this percent increase we should have a opening on tuesday at a .0182 differential thus giving us a \\.1492\\ opening tuesday morning. this number is only perportional to monday's increase, and only that do not kill me if i'm wrong but my guess is somewhere between .145-.150 opening and prob. a .147-.155 closing bring us up 15.2% from monday's close price. only my guess let' see what happens... Any other guesses? let's hear them....
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SO how are the two trades that went 5 minutes after close reflected. Why such a gap up in the price ...from .131 to .155 and .17..why pay 3 cents more than close price ???
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I have written before about my continual problem with Prizewise. I still can not retrieve coupons and I have emailed Customer Service several times with NO response back. I give them my account name and password and ask them to find the coupons in my account. I find this real disheartening because I'm so pumped about the stock. I just think that I deserve an email back. After all I did spend $15 to get the coupons and I would probably spend a bunch more if I could actually use the coupons. Has anyone else had this problem? What coupons have you guys been given by the company?

Sorry to vent!



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originally posted by Daddy's Last Penny:
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with a 14% increase,like we had today and a differential increase of .016 from thursday to monday a 13.91%..(14%) increase. from this percent increase we should have a opening on tuesday at a .0182 differential thus giving us a \\.1492\\ opening tuesday morning. this number is only perportional to monday's increase, and only that do not kill me if i'm wrong but my guess is somewhere between .145-.150 opening and prob. a .147-.155 closing bring us up 15.2% from monday's close price. only my guess let' see what happens... Any other guesses? let's hear them....

Daddy,
Could you please explain this more in laymans terms? I don't mean any offense and I don't mean to sound rude but I have no idea what the hell you're talking about! Please expound on this a little! Thanks!


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quote:
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originally posted by Daddy's Last Penny:
Daddy,
Could you please explain this more in laymans terms? I don't mean any offense and I don't mean to sound rude but I have no idea what the hell you're talking about! Please expound on this a little! Thanks!

Today we should close at 1.2% higher than yesterday's close. Basically....LOL!

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21st Century Officials Meeting with Members of Congress and the Administration
Tuesday June 15, 8:30 am ET


LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 15, 2004--Officials from 21st Century Technologies, Inc. (OTC:BB TFCT.OB) travel to Washington, D.C. this week to meet with members of Congress and the Administration to discuss the benefits of its magnetic sealing devices. This visit marks the second Washington visit this year by company executives to build awareness of the product benefits and secure federal funding.
Kevin Romney, CEO of 21st Century Technologies, said that he is encouraged by support Congress has given supporting federal procurement of patch technologies. This week's trip is designed to build support and awareness of the technology and strengthen agency relationships for research and development funding. "Our last visit we met primarily with officials from Nevada and Texas," Romney explained. "This week we will be meeting with officials with key positions in military and science committees as well as professionals from agencies."

Jim Branch, president of Trident Industries, Inc., will again join Romney on the trip. Both will provide product demonstrations of the ProMag and SeaPatch. The company's Washington-based consulting firms are working together to coordinate the visit. Perennial Strategy Group is handling Congressional visits while TechVision21 is responsible for agency meetings.

ProMag (for land-based applications) and SeaPatch (for marine uses) devices are magnetic patches capable of sealing any type of leak to include size. The devices can be used on large and small circular punctures, jagged tears, even bullet holes - to overt disasters that are natural, accidental or caused by acts of terror. "We're confident that we'll again impress officials with the simplicity, easy application and seal power of our patches," said Branch.

As a symbol of their reliability and functionality, SeaPatch and ProMag magnetic-powered quick seal devices have been type-approved by the American Bureau of Shipping and are used during emergency response training at the Department of Transportation's Emergency Response School in Pueblo, Colorado, the Louisiana Emergency Response Training Center and the Texas Engineering Extension Service.

21st Century Technologies is a Business Development Company, operated pursuant to the Investment Companies Act of 1940. It holds various enterprises as investments and seeks to grow companies in which it has an interest.

Safe Harbor Statement Under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995:

The statements which are not historical facts contained in this press release are forward-looking statements that involve certain risks and uncertainties including but not limited to risks associated with the uncertainty of future financial results, regulatory approval processes, the impact of competitive products or pricing, technological changes, the effect of economic conditions and other uncertainties as may be detailed in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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big open
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quote:
Originally posted by baseballmaster:
big open

Hopefully not a gapper! I gotta get in again, I got out yesturday in the AM while it was up and then didn't end up getting back in at all.

I was debating at .126 but decided I'd wait til the AM. There was a lot of buying(green) volume the last 10 minutes yesturday so I am sure this AM will be great.


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quote:
Originally posted by baseballmaster:
big open

I hope so, I didnt sell when it was up at the.17-.19 range and suffered the drop to .115. Yesterday went up to .131 which helped. Hoping to see the .20s soon. GLTA


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The coupons that I have received have absolutely no value in my eyes, but like I've always said...the coupons are really just a gimmick what you are really purchasing is the chance of winning a prize just like any other raffle out there. It's unfortunate that you haven't received a reply from them and that you are experiencing problems with the retrieval of your coupons. I haven't had any problems and they respond very quickly. Perhaps you can call customer service at this number 1-877-prizewise and explain to them the problem that you are experiencing. Good luck!
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Originally posted by dominian:
I have written before about my continual problem with Prizewise. I still can not retrieve coupons and I have emailed Customer Service several times with NO response back. I give them my account name and password and ask them to find the coupons in my account. I find this real disheartening because I'm so pumped about the stock. I just think that I deserve an email back. After all I did spend $15 to get the coupons and I would probably spend a bunch more if I could actually use the coupons. Has anyone else had this problem? What coupons have you guys been given by the company?

Sorry to vent!



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Well.. if you need to get in... today looks like it's going to drop enough for most.

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Is anyone still following this one ? They had a press release this morning regarding another one of their ventures.
http://home.businesswire.com/

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I think some people are loosing faith in prizewise... but thatīs just me thinking

We need more good news from them, and even better from the other branches at TFCT


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quote:
Originally posted by tiagofreitas:
I think some people are loosing faith in prizewise... but thatīs just me thinking

We need more good news from them, and even better from the other branches at TFCT


I think we'll see some movement when the tv commercials begin. Also, I was happy to see PW banner ads on national sites, but I went there trying to spot the ads. However, ask yourself, when is the last time you clicked on a banner ad? I can't think of a time that I purposely clicked on one. I know that they must be somewhat effective, otherwise nobody would offer them. But, for the most part, they don't generate the type of traffic that is needed to sustain the site or bring hoards of investors. TV excels in that!

Until then, I'll just hang on a wish...


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Geez you longs get awfully pessimistic about not much drop. See, if you hadnt gotten yourselves riled up about a big day today then it wouldnt be as disappointing. If you are here to make a quick buck, it has already been made. If you really believe in the company, then you will stay in through the waning volume and declining price and buy more as it drifts lower. The true longs shouldnt be worried, its only short term traders that moan and whine about the price dropping 5%.


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Originally posted by tiagofreitas:
I think some people are loosing faith in prizewise... but thatīs just me thinking

We need more good news from them, and even better from the other branches at TFCT



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in @ 0.128
ouch...
but I am hopefull
commercials coming soon... we should see .25 or around there.... I hope...

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Well said, Roger. Thanks.

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Originally posted by roger7485:
Geez you longs get awfully pessimistic about not much drop. See, if you hadnt gotten yourselves riled up about a big day today then it wouldnt be as disappointing. If you are here to make a quick buck, it has already been made. If you really believe in the company, then you will stay in through the waning volume and declining price and buy more as it drifts lower. The true longs shouldnt be worried, its only short term traders that moan and whine about the price dropping 5%.



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I think this is a perfect entry point. Any where around here, once it pops its gonna pop HARD.

Just look at the charts and do DD. I believe in this company, but you also need to keep up with all the other news as well as this TFCT symbol is not just prizewise it is 21st Cent. Tech. as well.


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quote:
Originally posted by Meshoe45:
I think this is a perfect entry point. Any where around here, once it pops its gonna pop HARD.

Just look at the charts and do DD. I believe in this company, but you also need to keep up with all the other news as well as this TFCT symbol is not just prizewise it is 21st Cent. Tech. as well.


I agree it is a goog entry point

But how do you explain the volume?
If itīs such a great entry point people should be buying and the price should rise with that, am I correct?

any thoughts on this?


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pharm- Even if you don't click on the banner, you still SEE the name. That would make a banner ad at least as effective as a print ad or billboard, right?

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Originally posted by pharmdman:
I think we'll see some movement when the tv commercials begin. Also, I was happy to see PW banner ads on national sites, but I went there trying to spot the ads. However, ask yourself, when is the last time you clicked on a banner ad? I can't think of a time that I purposely clicked on one. I know that they must be somewhat effective, otherwise nobody would offer them. But, for the most part, they don't generate the type of traffic that is needed to sustain the site or bring hoards of investors. TV excels in that!

Until then, I'll just hang on a wish...



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quote:
Originally posted by WinsumLosesum:
pharm- Even if you don't click on the banner, you still SEE the name. That would make a banner ad at least as effective as a print ad or billboard, right?


I would agree, Winsum, ... but don't you also have a way of tuning that kind of stuff out? for instance, I use Yahoo often, but I couldn't tell you 2 of the last 10 banner ads that they featured. Every now and again a particularly flashy one will draw my eyes, but usually not. I guess it's a good thing that the PW banner has that pulsing raffle ticket!

Also, even if the percentage is 1 in 1000 to click on a banner (that's a guess, not actual fact), then chosing sites that have hundreds of thousands of hits daily gets you several hundred (edit to add 'hundred') new users weekly (per ad site)... They're not numbers to sneeze at, but tv commercials will make that number skyrocket.

[This message has been edited by pharmdman (edited June 15, 2004).]


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This stock should start a period of behavior very similar to GZFX, waiting and holding is the name of the game in this one, the people who bought trying to make a quick buck are still slowly selling realizing that not even the daily PRs are creating enough volume for momentum anymore.

quote:
Originally posted by tiagofreitas:
I agree it is a goog entry point

But how do you explain the volume?
If itīs such a great entry point people should be buying and the price should rise with that, am I correct?

any thoughts on this?



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Still holding my 53,000 shares long. In at . 03 .04 and .12
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we need to put this back at the top... look im still holding dont worry this stock will make us all money
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quote:
Originally posted by penguinking:
we need to put this back at the top... look im still holding dont worry this stock will make us all money

And don't forget about the TV ads on July 1st..that should create huge momentum from speculation before (like we saw with the last week before the banner ad campaign) and a little more from viewers who see the ads.

GLTA...I'm still waiting for the right time to hop back on.


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Wow the message board for this is dead. Is everyone really worried about this cause of a small sell off today. The PR about the other part of the business was postive not negative. You cant have a PR everyday about Prizewise. Great buying opportunity here. My one coworker was all upset because of the lower volume today. I said you cant go by the average volume on this thing cause for 3-4 days it was trading over 100 million share day. Before the big PR's the average was 6-8 million. THe well hasnt dried up yet and never will. Keep strong everyone this will be one of the best pennies this year i believe once the commercials start airing.
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I have been saying this for a week. It will be played for a few weeks unless something big happens. You will also notice, as it happened in GZFX, that people will come in complaining about service. They will say little things, not real bad just little things to try to make you sale your shares cheap. If it tries to run without the MM's favor then the bashing will pick up. They hope you get bored and sale you shares to them cheap so when the next run does happen they will be covered. Been here (GZFX) done that. Don't worry, when the time is right this stock will go to the next stage. But for now it will go up one day and down the next.

Rick

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This stock should start a period of behavior very similar to GZFX, waiting and holding is the name of the game in this one, the people who bought trying to make a quick buck are still slowly selling realizing that not even the daily PRs are creating enough volume for momentum anymore.



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go TFCT go!! See yah at .30 cents by the end of august ..that is what i predict
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Press Release Source: 21st Century Technologies, Inc.


TransOne, Inc., an Affiliate Investment of 21st Century Technologies, Inc., Receives Initial Order for 100,000 Cards Internationally, with a Projection for over Three Million Cards over the Next Three Years
Wednesday June 16, 8:30 am ET


LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 16, 2004--21st Century Technologies, Inc.'s (OTC:BB TFCT.OB) affiliate investment company, TransOne, Inc. , a provider of transaction processing services and products specializing in the Pre-Paid Debit Card industry has established and coordinated a consortium of US based technology companies to develop overall prepaid solutions for the explosive pre-paid debit card industry. A major company that provides regional web content, a licensee of "Hotmail", intends to distribute the new TransOne card products to over two million voucher users in their system.
TransOne utilizes the innovative Visa Electronic instant issue debit card, the Symmetrex state-of-the-art processing platform, an innovative web-based funds transfer system, and Visa's worldwide network in collaboration with Visa member banks. Through the sales and marketing organizations of TransOne, Inc., and leading debit card marketing companies, TransOne enables pre-paid stored value cards to be purchased, activated, loaded and used over merchant POS terminal networks, ATM's and the internet world wide. The consortium's cards will be accepted at over 15 million Visa POS merchants for retail purchases, one million Visa/Plus ATM's to access cash, and at Visa e- Commerce Merchants enabling on-line shopping.

TransOne coordinated a series of meetings in Sydney, Australia with a leading marketing company of financial solutions throughout the Asia-Pacific region. The meeting established a cooperative business agreement between the parties for the Asia-Pacific region including programs, contracts, and off-line banking systems and infrastructure in place to distribute pre-paid stored value cards.

The consortium offers in its market, an end-to-end micro payment pre-paid solution incorporating a global pre-paid transaction management platform including, pre-paid telephone, internet, gas, music, games, and web subscriptions for the non-credit market segments. The intended customers to utilize this program and this technology will ultimately be TransOne customers, who are significant players in the arenas of fast food, software and computer manufacturing.

In addition, a premier global travel agency in the region representing 16,000 travel consultants in six countries, has contracted with TransOne to provide an estimated one million cards for Travel Expenses, Rewards, Loyalty Programs, Pre-Paid Internet, and Pre-Paid Phone Service. The agency has been installed with software that will allow agents, in over 4000 travel center offices around the world to use their reservation system to assign and hand out the Visa Electronic stored value cards to each customer to use during their trip. These contracted cards are scheduled to be delivered in July.

Kevin Romney, President of 21st Century Technologies, commented that TransOne, Inc. was valued at $20,000,000 as of December 31, 2003. Based on preliminary discussions with independent valuation consultants, we expect a substantial increase in the June 30, 2004 value which will be reflected in our second quarter filing. Along with prizeWise.com, TransOne, Inc. represents the many good things happening in 21st Century's portfolio of investments. "Based upon the continued growth of our portfolio companies, shareholders can look forward to substantial growth in net asset value and earnings per share", said Mr. Romney.

21st Century Technologies is a Business Development Company, operated pursuant to the Investment Companies Act of 1940. It holds various enterprises as investments and seeks to grow companies in which it has an interest.

Safe Harbor Statement Under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995:

The statements which are not historical facts contained in this press release are forward-looking statements that involve certain risks and uncertainties including but not limited to risks associated with the uncertainty of future financial results, regulatory approval processes, the impact of competitive products or pricing, technological changes, the effect of economic conditions and other uncertainties as may be detailed in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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Contact:
21st Century Technologies, Inc.
Troy Lovick, 559-222-9990

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Source: 21st Century Technologies, Inc.

Source: http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/040616/165318_1.html

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More Positive News.....

TransOne, Inc., an Affiliate Investment of 21st Century Technologies, Inc., Receives Initial Order for 100,000 Cards Internationally, with a Projection for over Three Million Cards over the Next Three Years
Wednesday June 16, 8:30 am ET


LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 16, 2004--21st Century Technologies, Inc.'s (OTC:BB TFCT.OB) affiliate investment company, TransOne, Inc. , a provider of transaction processing services and products specializing in the Pre-Paid Debit Card industry has established and coordinated a consortium of US based technology companies to develop overall prepaid solutions for the explosive pre-paid debit card industry. A major company that provides regional web content, a licensee of "Hotmail", intends to distribute the new TransOne card products to over two million voucher users in their system.
TransOne utilizes the innovative Visa Electronic instant issue debit card, the Symmetrex state-of-the-art processing platform, an innovative web-based funds transfer system, and Visa's worldwide network in collaboration with Visa member banks. Through the sales and marketing organizations of TransOne, Inc., and leading debit card marketing companies, TransOne enables pre-paid stored value cards to be purchased, activated, loaded and used over merchant POS terminal networks, ATM's and the internet world wide. The consortium's cards will be accepted at over 15 million Visa POS merchants for retail purchases, one million Visa/Plus ATM's to access cash, and at Visa e- Commerce Merchants enabling on-line shopping.

TransOne coordinated a series of meetings in Sydney, Australia with a leading marketing company of financial solutions throughout the Asia-Pacific region. The meeting established a cooperative business agreement between the parties for the Asia-Pacific region including programs, contracts, and off-line banking systems and infrastructure in place to distribute pre-paid stored value cards.

The consortium offers in its market, an end-to-end micro payment pre-paid solution incorporating a global pre-paid transaction management platform including, pre-paid telephone, internet, gas, music, games, and web subscriptions for the non-credit market segments. The intended customers to utilize this program and this technology will ultimately be TransOne customers, who are significant players in the arenas of fast food, software and computer manufacturing.

In addition, a premier global travel agency in the region representing 16,000 travel consultants in six countries, has contracted with TransOne to provide an estimated one million cards for Travel Expenses, Rewards, Loyalty Programs, Pre-Paid Internet, and Pre-Paid Phone Service. The agency has been installed with software that will allow agents, in over 4000 travel center offices around the world to use their reservation system to assign and hand out the Visa Electronic stored value cards to each customer to use during their trip. These contracted cards are scheduled to be delivered in July.

Kevin Romney, President of 21st Century Technologies, commented that TransOne, Inc. was valued at $20,000,000 as of December 31, 2003. Based on preliminary discussions with independent valuation consultants, we expect a substantial increase in the June 30, 2004 value which will be reflected in our second quarter filing. Along with prizeWise.com, TransOne, Inc. represents the many good things happening in 21st Century's portfolio of investments. "Based upon the continued growth of our portfolio companies, shareholders can look forward to substantial growth in net asset value and earnings per share", said Mr. Romney.

21st Century Technologies is a Business Development Company, operated pursuant to the Investment Companies Act of 1940. It holds various enterprises as investments and seeks to grow companies in which it has an interest.

Safe Harbor Statement Under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995:

The statements which are not historical facts contained in this press release are forward-looking statements that involve certain risks and uncertainties including but not limited to risks associated with the uncertainty of future financial results, regulatory approval processes, the impact of competitive products or pricing, technological changes, the effect of economic conditions and other uncertainties as may be detailed in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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Contact:
21st Century Technologies, Inc.
Troy Lovick, 559-222-9990


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How low do you all think it will go this time? It looks like it is the lowest it has been for a couple weeks now.
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This is killing me, I want to pull the trigger and get back in but I can't decide where!
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