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HELLLPPPPPPPPPPP!!!!!!!!!!!

What is wrong with this stock???


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quote:
Originally posted by Marva18:
HELLLPPPPPPPPPPP!!!!!!!!!!!

What is wrong with this stock???


I have no idea Marva, but after looking at some charts for this thing today I think it is going to have another down day tomorrow. Ive been waiting for this thing to level off so I can get in again but I cant seem to find a price that seems stable. Anyone else got any ideas.


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quote:
Originally posted by Marva18:
HELLLPPPPPPPPPPP!!!!!!!!!!!

What is wrong with this stock???


This is whats wrong:

Dear Shareholders:

A special meeting of shareholders of 21st Century Technology, Inc., a Nevada corporation (the "Company"), will be held on October 29, 2004 at 1:00 p.m. local time, at 2700 W. Sahara Ave., Suite 440, Las Vegas, NV 89102 for the following purposes:

To consider and vote upon a proposal to amend the Company's Articles of Incorporation:

a. To authorize two billion shares of Common Stock of the Company; and

b. To authorize the Company's Board of Directors, without the consent of the stockholders of the corporation, to adopt any recapitalization affecting the outstanding shares of capital stock of the corporation by effecting a forward or reverse split of all of the outstanding shares of any class of capital stock of the corporation, with appropriate adjustments to the corporation's capital accounts, provided that the recapitalization does not require any amendment to the Articles of Incorporation of the corporation.

Only shareholders of record at the close of business on October 1, 2004 will be entitled to receive this Information Statement and notice of the special meeting at to vote at the meeting.

By Order of the Board of Directors,
http://www.pinksheets.com/quote/print_filings.jsp?url=%2Fredirect.asp%3Ffilename%3D0001092306%252D04%252D000723%252Etxt%26filepath%3D%255C2004%255C09%255C30%255C&symbol=TFCT

No one wants 2 billion shares - and the dates coming quicker then you know it - I unfrotunately sold out.


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Okay - who was it that says I was crazy to think this thing would go below a penny?
Getting closer everyday now!

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quote:
Originally posted by jackpot:
Okay - who was it that says I was crazy to think this thing would go below a penny?
Getting closer everyday now!

I used to say you were crazy - but then I read that - 2b shares will put it way down.


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Well I just dumped my load for half loss.
Want to keep some of my money at least!

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quote:
Originally posted by jackpot:
Well I just dumped my load for half loss.
Want to keep some of my money at least!

I've been toying with that idea myself.


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I would do it sooner than later.
When this reverse splits, you will be left with crap.

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We need some good News ! This is a good stock - it will come back ! Sure !
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GET IT - 0,025 - BIG CHANCE TO WIN !!!
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21st Century Announces Launch of New Web Site and Investor E-Mail Alert System
Business Wire - October 13, 2004 11:35

LAS VEGAS, Oct 13, 2004 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- 21st Century Technologies Inc. (OTCBB:TFCT) today announced that the company has launched its new corporate Web site at www.tfctcorp.com, which is designed to give investors and the public markets better access to information regarding the company and its numerous portfolio investments.

Included in the upgrades on the new site is a page where interested visitors can subscribe to the company's investor mailing list, through which 21st Century will disseminate notifications of press releases, links to new SEC filings, newsletters, and any other new information released to the public. The mailing list can be found at http://64.90.199.108/tfctcorp/p_newsletter.asp.

The Web site also provides easy navigation to information on 21st Century's subsidiaries, the most recent news releases available to view or download, access to SEC filings dating back a full year, and message boards that allow shareholders to discuss the company, ask questions and submit feedback.

Kevin Romney, president of 21st Century, commented: "The launch of our new Web site is another important step in facilitating better communication with our shareholders, potential investors and the public as a whole. We are featuring information on a greater number of our investment holdings and are pleased to have instituted the shareholder alert system, so that investors can receive the most recent information as soon as it is released. The new site will be regularly updated to include the most recent public information and the milestones reached by our portfolio investment companies. We expect that this new Web presence will be an extremely effective communications tool and will help to raise the profile of 21st Century Technologies."

About the Company

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:


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Nice. Even has a Q&A section. Go get 'em, guys.
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The site looks fairly well done. I like it.
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Very good !!!!
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I think it is a good site... and at least it does not make you feel like you are on a spaceship as the qslid one did. *BEEP BEEP, intergalactic spaceship coming through*

[This message has been edited by futuresobjective (edited October 13, 2004).]


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This stock is looking so beautiful. At 0.025 - itīs time to buy ! :-) ...
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What about the reverse split though?
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Okay, I am getting a little preturbed about everyone saying there is going to be a reverse split. WHERE DOES IT SAY THERE IS GOING TO BE A REVERSE SPLIT. Here is the section again about that.

b. To authorize the Company's Board of Directors, without the consent of the stockholders of the corporation, to adopt any recapitalization affecting the outstanding shares of capital stock of the corporation by effecting a forward or reverse split of all of the outstanding shares of any class of capital stock of the corporation, with appropriate adjustments to the corporation's capital accounts, provided that the recapitalization does not require any amendment to the Articles of Incorporation of the corporation.

All it says is that when it comes the time that they want to do a reverse or FORWARD, yes I said FORWARD split that the board can do this without the consent of the stock holders. QUIT SAYING THERE IS DEFINITLEY A REVERSE SPLIT COMING because it doesn't say that. You can assume it but don't make it fact!


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They have to do something. What they are doing isn't working.

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what is the os count? anyone know?
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quote:
Originally posted by futuresobjective:
what is the os count? anyone know?

Here is what is off the new website.

600 Million Authorized
Volume 5,192,983 Market Cap 12.6 M Shares Outstand. 493.4259 M


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Looking at first paragraph remeber the 1.3 billion voting shares includes preferred shares that get a multiple voting share right per share owned depending on the preferred stock they own.

From Edgar latest filings:
http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1090870/000109230604000751/def14c.txt

Principal Shareholders collectively represent 612,000,000 shares (or 54%) of the
1,130,686,999 voting shares outstanding on October 1, 2004, and have stated
their intent to vote in favor of the proposals. Accordingly, no proxies will be
solicited and no action is required on your behalf. The cost of printing and
distributing this Information Statement and holding the Special Meeting
(including the reimbursement of certain parties for their expenses in forwarding
this Information Statement to beneficial owners of the Common Stock) will be
paid by the Company.

The Company's principal executive offices are located at 2700 W. Sahara Ave.,
Suite 440, Las Vegas, NV 89102.

---------------------

DESCRIPTION OF CAPITAL STOCK

The authorized capital stock of the Company consists of the following:

COMMON STOCK

As of the Record Date, there were 750,000,000 million shares of common stock
authorized with a stated value of $.001 per share, of which 600,000,000 shares
were issued and outstanding, with 150,000,000 shares were authorized but
unissued. Immediately following the approval of the increase in the number of
authorized shares of Common Stock, there will be 2,000,000,000 shares of Common
Stock authorized, of which approximately 600,000,000 will be issued and
outstanding and approximately 1,400,000,000 will be authorized but unissued. The
holders of the Common Stock vote as a single class and are entitled to one vote
per share on all matters to be voted on by the shareholders and have the right
of cumulative voting in connection with the election of directors. The holders
of Common Stock are entitled to receive pro rata dividends, when and as declared
by the Board of Directors in its discretion, out of funds legally available
therefore, but only if all dividends on the preferred stock have been paid in
accordance with the terms of such preferred stock and there exists no deficiency
in the sinking fund for the preferred stock.

[This message has been edited by Ric (edited October 13, 2004).]


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PREFERRED STOCK

As of the Record Date, the Company has Fifty million (50,000,000) shares of
preferred stock authorized. The issuance and designation of rights of the
preferred stock is established by the Board of Directors. The Company presently
has four classes or series of preferred stock designated:

Preferred stock, Series A, $.001 par value, 1,200,000 shares authorized, no
shares issued and outstanding.

Preferred stock, Series B, $.001 par value, 1,200,000 shares authorized, issued
and outstanding. Each share of Series B stock is entitled to 500 votes but has
no other rights or privileges.

Preferred stock, Series C, $.001 par value, 15,000,000 shares authorized, issued
and outstanding. Each share of Series C stock is convertible into one share of
common stock. Series C stock does not have voting rights but, absent the Series
B stock, is entitled to appoint three (3) members of the Board of Directors.
Series C is not entitled to receive interest or dividends and, apart from its
convertibility features, has no preferences in liquidation.

Preferred stock, Series D, $1.00 stated value, 1,000,000 shares authorized,
10,000 shares issued and outstanding. Series D stock has no voting rights or
other rights or privileges aside from its liquidation value of $1.00 per share.


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Name and Address of Number of Shares
Class of Stock Beneficial Owner (1) Beneficially Owned Percent of Class(2)
-------------- -------------------- ------------------ -------------------
<S> <C> <C> <C>
Common Stock Fredricks Partners 12,000,000 2%
5707 Corsa, Suite 107
Westlake Village, CA 913652

Series B Preferred Fredricks Partners 1,200,000 100%

Common Stock Kevin Romney 2,036,555 *
President & Chief Executive
Officer

<PAGE>


Common Stock Shirley Dunn(3) -0- N/A

Series C Preferred Shirley Dunn(3) 4,750,000 31.7%

Series C Preferred Larry B. Bach 2,375,000 15.8%

Common Stock Alvin L. Dahl 644,000 *
Chief Financial Officer

Common Stock John R. Dumble 150,000 *
Secretary, Vice President
& Director

Common Stock James B. Terrell 2,350,000 *
Director

Common Stock John Hopf -0- N/A
Director

Common Stock Shane H. Traveller -0- N/A
Director

Series D Preferred Pacific Development 10,000 1.0%
--------- ----
All Directors and Officers as a group:

Common Stock (5 Persons) 5,230,555 0.8%
--------- ----

Series B Preferred (1 Person) 1,200,000 100%
--------- ----

Series C Preferred (1 Person) 2,375,000 16%
--------- -----

Series D Preferred (1 Person) 10,000 1.0%

<FN>
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* Amount represents less than 1%.
(1) Unless noted otherwise, the address for all persons listed is c/o
the Company at 2700 W. Sahara Blvd, Suite 440, Las Vegas, NV 89102.
(2) Percentage of beneficial ownership is based on 600,000,000 fully
diluted shares of common stock outstanding as of August 6, 2004, and
1,200,000, 15,000,000 and 10,000 shares of Series B, Series C and
Series D preferred stock outstanding, respectively, on August 6, 2004.
(3) The death of Arland D. Dunn, Chairman and CEO of the Company resulted
in his wife Shirley Dunn holding his stock positions.

</FN>


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750 million A/S, 600 million O/S.

As of August 6, 2004 on file with SEC

once A/S increase is approved and I think it already is then 2 billion A/S and 600 Million O/S

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Sec Filings from Edgar database files for TFCT. This site is a must if you own this stock or follow it. Goto it and save to favorites.
http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1090870/


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Brought over from the other thread. Need to be here where the DD is. Glad to see it up today.

I like the company but hate the management. The problem is, thats true with most pennies. They have little reguard for the stockholder no matter what they say. I wouldn't be long on this right now. In and out. They just went from a 750 million A/S 600 Million O/S to a 2 Billion A/S and 600 Million O/S.

As long as protection is the reason for doing this to hold off takeover thats fine. But as many pennies are doing, dilution I think is there goal. Hopefully I am wrong.

The biggest problem with pennies is there is rarely a different CEO and Chairman of the Board. The CEO wants to make money and the Chairman suppose to protect the stockholder but when they are one in the same then who protects the stockholder, No one.

Ric


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quote:
Originally posted by Ric:
Brought over from the other thread. Need to be here where the DD is. Glad to see it up today.

I like the company but hate the management. The problem is, thats true with most pennies. They have little reguard for the stockholder no matter what they say. I wouldn't be long on this right now. In and out. They just went from a 750 million A/S 600 Million O/S to a 2 Billion A/S and 600 Million O/S.

As long as protection is the reason for doing this to hold off takeover thats fine. But as many pennies are doing, dilution I think is there goal. Hopefully I am wrong.

The biggest problem with pennies is there is rarely a different CEO and Chairman of the Board. The CEO wants to make money and the Chairman suppose to protect the stockholder but when they are one in the same then who protects the stockholder, No one.

Ric


I would agree with that, but It does seem as if they are looking for long term gains here (as far as their porfolio goes). With that in mind, I would think they stand to make more money if the pps rises.


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I wouldn't hold it against anyone to hold this one long. I like the company. It only scares me that a dilution could happen. Thats my only concern right now. I keep a close eye on this one myself because I do like it. If it looks like no dilution or after a dilution, I will be back in long.

Ric

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Originally posted by futuresobjective:
I would agree with that, but It does seem as if they are looking for long term gains here (as far as their porfolio goes). With that in mind, I would think they stand to make more money if the pps rises.


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dbl

[This message has been edited by Ric (edited October 14, 2004).]


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look at what I said on page 36 this thing is going to a penny and I will think about buying after that. this thing will continue to dump before it will ever go back up and I dont see much opportunity untill it is around a penny.
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21st Century's prizeWise Adds Another Feature with the Launch of ``Cool Offers''
Business Wire - October 15, 2004 09:30

LAS VEGAS, Oct 15, 2004 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- 21st Century Technologies, Inc.'s (OTCBB:TFCT) portfolio investment company, prizeWise, Inc., today announced the launch of its website's newest exciting feature, "Cool Offers," allowing users to earn free coupons and tickets for completing offers from other companies. Detailed information on the new feature can be viewed at http://www.prizewise.com/offers.asp.

prizeWise has established relationships with over 100 online merchants that have agreed to pay the company a commission for each prizeWise member that completes one or more of their offers.

Each time a member completes one of the 3rd party offers, prizeWise converts the commission funds into free money-saving coupons and incidental tickets that the member can use to enter sweepstakes and try to win valuable merchandise.

"We're passing on the commissions in the form of coupons and tickets as another way to stimulate the prizeWise economy," said Steve Rinehart, president of prizeWise.

"Now, our users have another way to win," he added.

Members can access the "Cool Offers" section of their account through the "Get Tickets" link after logging into the Web site.

Currently, about 2-dozen Cool Offers have been posted to the site. PrizeWise marketing staff will upload many more this weekend.

The company is also preparing to launch a new email campaign targeting 12 million people by the end of the month.

http://www.prizeWise.com is a site which sells valuable coupons and offers with an option offered to purchasers to receive free tickets to enter sweepstakes contests on the website. The value of the sweepstakes is now over $30,000,000, which represents a 200% increase in the total value of the sweepstakes now available on prizeWise.com. The public is invited to watch a three minute tutorial at http://www.prizewsie.com/huh and browse the website without obligation.

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.


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Glad I dumped my load!

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Does anybody know what there is hapening with this ? - I am waiting until it is going up again - itīs a so good company !?
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21st Century's prizeWise Sets New Sales Record and Projects Highest Monthly Sales in Company History; Largest Advertising Campaign Slated for Launch this Week
Business Wire - October 18, 2004 09:25

LAS VEGAS, Oct 18, 2004 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- 21st Century Technologies, Inc.'s (OTCBB:TFCT) portfolio investment company, prizeWise, Inc., today announced a new single-day sales record and projected monthly sales for October significantly higher than any previous month in its history.

Steve Rinehart, President of prizeWise, Inc., reported a new one-day sales record, $10,770 on Friday, October 15, 2004, which is nearly 29% over the previous one-day mark of $7,700 set in September. Saturday, October 16 saw over $8,400 in sales, another total higher than the previous record day. At the current rate of growth, prizeWise projects an increase in October sales of 30% over September, its previous record sales month.

"We are seeing growth in several areas. Nearly 1,000 sweepstakes have successfully closed so far this month, in contrast to just over 1,200 in all of September. Average purchase amounts continue to climb as more and more users make larger coupon purchases," commented Mr. Rinehart.

The company is also preparing to launch a new email campaign targeting 12 million individual email addresses, which is expected to begin this week.

Mr. Rinehart explained, "In a departure from prior efforts, this campaign is directed at general opt-in emails from a variety of databases. This is by far the largest marketing effort, with the lowest cost per unit, in our 150-day operational history. With the system upgrades and functional improvements made since launch, we are confident we can handle the expected traffic and conversions resulting from this initiative."

prizeWize is a website that sells valuable coupons and offers with an option offered to purchasers to receive free tickets to enter sweepstakes contests on the website. Over 4,200 sweepstakes are now in progress on the site. The public is encouraged to watch a brief tutorial at http://www.prizewise.com/huh.asp and browse the website without obligation.

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.


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