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wannabe_trader
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Something is up .. volume and price picking up!
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i'm in
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Yep this seems to want to play again......

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Holy CRAP! I'm taking a bath with this one!!
500mil S8! @0030
Man... too low to sell now...ouch!
Watchagonnado!!??
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Anybody know what is going on?? 32 million already traded. Down to .002
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i am seeing this over and over and over again for weeks now...
same pattern...
price moves up ...MORE dumping....

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it;s tanking .. even 16 now ... wonder what's going on .. filthy MMs trick?? who knows... if anyone get something .. please update us ..
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Moose:
S8 filing. Check SEDAR.
Meaning, authorization to sell 500 million shares. People are bailing.
And I am screwed with this one....
And until this, my week was looking soooo good!!
Another lesson: DON'T hold overnight!!
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Anybody know what is going on?? 32 million already traded. Down to .002


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S-8 filed yesterday. 500 million.



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up ...

bid 20
ask 21


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An 'educational' FYI:

What is a Form S-8?


The S-8 Registration Statement is rapidly becoming the weapon of choice for stock scams. It is quick and effective and takes advantages of a glaring loophole in the federal securities laws.


Form S-8 allows public companies to register shares that have been, or will be, issued to directors, officers, employees and consultants - instantly, with minimal disclosure. Here is how it works. A company that wishes to register securities begins by filing a Registration Statement with the SEC. In most cases, the SEC reviews that Registration Statement, issues appropriate comments, asks pertinent questions and requires reasonable clarification. Then, after the company provides satisfactory responses to these questions, the SEC allows the Registration Statement to be declared effective, and permits the sale of the securities.


This process is designed to protect investors by ensuring that they receive ample information about the company in which they are about to invest.


Form S-8 abandons that protection and leaves investors to fend for themselves. An S-8 Registration becomes effective immediately after it is filed with the SEC, before it is reviewed by anyone. In an instant, the shares are registered and may be sold. Let the buyer beware.


Rather than provide detailed disclosure, Form S-8 includes fragmentary information, including the number of shares being registered. The company's financial condition is rarely presented in detail. Instead, the Form S-8 incorporates prior financial statements "by reference." As a practical matter, few investors will bother to review those earlier documents.


The absence of meaningful disclosure is only one of the disturbing features of Form S-8. Here is another. The company is not required to identify the individuals who will be receiving shares. Instead, the shares may be registered for a generic "Employee Benefit Plan." Which employees will "benefit" from that plan? The company is not required to identify the potential recipients when the Form S-8 is filed. And while companies are supposed to amend each Form S-8 to add the names of the new stockholders as shares are issued, they rarely do.


In reality, the recipients of shares may not be employees at all - and that is another distressing feature of S-8. Under the statute that controls this registration form, employees may include "consultants" and "advisors" - opening the possibility for shares to be distributed to a host of individuals with mere marginal connection to the company.


And the company is never obligated to account for the services rendered by those consultants in consideration for the stock.


The impact of these registrations can be seen in dozens of Form S-8 Registration Statements filed each week. Consider this example. A company, called Bach-Hauser, has made a business out of issuing S-8 shares. In fact, so far this is the only discernible business developed by the Company, despite a seemingly endless stream of consultants.


Since early 2000, Bach-Hauser has filed twenty three Forms S-8, registering more than 220 million shares issued to consultants, including a variety of lawyers. What have all these consultants been doing for Bach Hauser? The proof, as they say, is in the pudding, and Bach-Hauser's bowl remains quite empty. The Company has no business and no revenues.


Although Bach-Hauser initially named the consultants who had been issued shares, in recent years they have adopted a practice - followed by most small companies - of registering shares for unidentified recipients under an Employee Benefit Plan.


Bach-Hauser is a glaring example of the way Form S-8 has been used to flood the market with shares. It is hardly alone. Virtually every day, tiny companies issue mounds of shares to unidentified individuals for unspecified services - and it is all within the letter of the law.


But the common use of these two rules, Regulation S and Form S-8, hardly reflects the spirit of disclosure that is at the foundation of federal securities regulation. Instead, these twins seem destined to leave investors in the dark.


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Duplication accident. Ignore this post.
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[This message has been edited by salemm (edited October 06, 2004).]


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Huge selling in the first few minutes only .. now its almost stopped .. perhaps panic selling ...


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What exacly does that mean??
Is there any chance for the stock to go back up? Should we avarege down? or is this gona keep going down?
Any idea.

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Duplication accident. Ignore this post.
salemm.

[This message has been edited by salemm (edited October 06, 2004).]



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I posted the S8 info twice, by accident.
I'd like to know what the 500 mil S8 means too... in terms of price.
I'm trying to get some at 0018... in hopes it will rebound later today or tomorrow.
Don't know if that's a good gamble or not.
I know that management has responded to a fellow poster like so:

By: rob90036
14 Jul 2004, 07:02 PM EDT Msg. 7883 of 11421

From Maureen

Hi Rob,

I appreciate your coming from an objective position. One thing that people seem to be missing is that just because we’re increasing the A/S, does NOT mean that we plan to issue S-8 after S-8. We rather run our company on a revenue stream like a normal operating company. That’s what we’re working towards, starting with JRT/STEPS. The A/S are to be used as part of the employee compensation program and in some cases to pay consultants, and finally for future acquisitions, as indicated in the 14A. Since we do not have acquisition deals negotiated and finalized, we cannot provide more information to the shareholders at this time. I hope you can understand.

I am not at liberty to disclose nonpublic information. I appreciate your support.

salemm.

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What exacly does that mean??
Is there any chance for the stock to go back up? Should we avarege down? or is this gona keep going down?
Any idea.



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Very good inf. Salemm
Thank You.
I'm going to try to get in @ .0017 I think this is a good company and I hope they don't have more surprises like that.

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Salemm...THANK you for explaining S-8 filings. I've seen that several places but I didn't know what it was and now I do.

Thanks again, teacher.


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This will rebound...history shows.GLTA
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Volume is picking up once again also!GLTA
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Got a crapload more at 0018 just now. Might be able to get some at 0017, even.
salemm.

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Holding @ .0018..someone just picked up 1 million shares.
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Jackson Rivers Company Shares Corporate Strategy with The Wall Street Transcript

Business Wire via COMTEX


Oct 7, 2004 11:08:00 AM

MOUNT KISCO, N.Y., Oct 7, 2004 (BUSINESS WIRE) --

The Jackson Rivers Company (JRC) (OTCBB:JRVR) today announced that Dennis Lauzon, Chairman of JRC, and Joseph Khan, president of JRC's technology subsidiary, Jackson Rivers Technologies (JRT), conducted an interview with the investor-targeted The Wall Street Transcript. The interview, which is scheduled to appear on October 11, 2004, provides readers with details about JRT's technology, target markets and product offering.

The Wall Street Transcript is written for investors and is designed to help investors make better investment decisions when choosing stocks and sectors. The publication interviews Wall Street professionals and corporate leaders to bring the views of the stock market to their readers. The Wall Street Transcript has been reporting news important to investors for over 40 years.

"We are always looking for opportunities to update investors about Jackson Rivers Company and its offerings," said Dennis Lauzon, chairman and CEO of Jackson Rivers Company. "The Wall Street Transcript interview was an excellent opportunity for us to effectively communicate our vision and share details about Jackson Rivers Technologies and our patented enterprise software solution, STEPS(TM)."

STEPS(TM) is JRT's enterprise software solution that allows small- to medium-sized businesses, with minimal programming support, to track and control all mission critical and operation-support activities via a robust relational database serving all applications. The integration may begin with customer-facing activities and run through all resource-management processes, culminating in back-office financial controls and reconciliation. Such applications as customer resource management (CRM), customer orders, inventory control, manifests and logistics scheduling, and asset management can be supported.

The Jackson Rivers Company's interview will be posted on The Wall Street Transcript's web site October 11, 2004. To download the PDF file of the interview transcript, please visit the Press Room at Jackson Rivers Technologies at: www.jacksonrivers.com/dev/news/interview01.pdf

About Jackson Rivers Technologies and Jackson Rivers Company

Jackson Rivers Technologies (JRT) provides information systems platforms worldwide to enterprises who seek to realize great operating efficiencies by tightly integrating their information flow. Its STEPS software provides customized business management applications, combining enterprise resource planning and customer resource management into one package for small- and medium-sized businesses.

The Jackson Rivers Company is the parent company for JRC Global Products, Inc., a product distribution company, and Jackson Rivers Technologies, Inc., a software provider of enterprise management solutions.

Forward-Looking Statements

When used in this News Release, the words or phrases "will likely result," "are expected to," "will continue," "is anticipated," "estimate," "projected," "intends to" or similar expressions are intended to identify forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such statements are subject to certain risks and uncertainties, including but not limited to the Company's history of losses and cash flow deficit; lack of liquidity; volatility of market price of common stock and warrants; possible adverse effect of penny stock rules and liquidity of the Company's securities; dividend policy; and control by directors and executive officers, that could cause the Company's actual results to differ materially from historical earnings and those presently anticipated or projected. As a result, potential investors are cautioned not to place undue reliance on any such forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date made.

SOURCE: Jackson Rivers Company

Loyola Financial Services, Inc. Investor Relations Department, 619-209-6068 jrvr@4lfs.com

Copyright (C) 2004 Business Wire. All rights reserved.

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Lots of buys right now.
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I'm in..................

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'wid ma mind on ma money an' ma money on ma MIND!!!!!!!

Do Da Due!!!

RUFF!!!

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Let's GO!!!

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'wid ma mind on ma money an' ma money on ma MIND!!!!!!!

Do Da Due!!!

RUFF!!!

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At the bottom now,ya think this is another good buying point?Dog?
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Been holding for a couple weeks already. Don't know what to think anymore.
I know most people seem to think this is now a worthless stock.
Someone please tell me this will bounce some day soon??!!
salemm.

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In with 1 million shares at .0011
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JACKSON RIVERS CO 0001159770 S-8 10/5/2004
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my order for a mill wont fill @.0011
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It should @ open.GL
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Well panic set in right before 3 this afternoon so I decided to sell my 1 million. I always leave for work right about that time so I get home now to find out my sell went through at .0011(I bought at this price also) so I only lost on commission hope I made the right move.
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Oh crappy, crappy day... all because I couldn't sell this crappy-a$$ JRVR at 0012. And now... it's at 0008!!!
Why oh why did I buy this crap!? Hoping for 0010 now and will take the loss right up the a$$.
salemm (pissed off)

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Does anybody know something about JRVR this morning... asks are all stacked at .001.... like impending news or something.
salemm.

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salemm, JRVR is moving today because it opened at its 52 week low of .0006. Its one of those pennies that bounce very nicely when they hit their low. I was gonna get in this morning but forgot to place my bid in. I'll wait to see if it drops back to .0006 or .0007 then I'll get in.

Its the rule of thum: by low sell high. Good Luck$$$$$$$

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Does anybody know something about JRVR this morning... asks are all stacked at .001.... like impending news or something.
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