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explorer,

Thanks for posting the IH and RB sites.

If you were standing on the edge of a cliff and someone told you it was cracking or might be cracking, would you refuse look down, around or even bother to check it out? That is comparable to what you are doing by refusing to consider the possible validity of other information. As a minimum, it would afford you the opportunity to search it out for yourself and make a better and more educated decision.

I have never visited RB or IH and had long ago forgotten their full names and sites. Since you are a relatively new member you might be well advised not to post their sites. Maybe you will listen to me with reference to that? If not, just keep posting them.

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Come on BuyTex you know that isn't true. I recall a thread on bashers where we posted together before that, and maybe the GRYF and some other threads.

Thanks for the luck. Traded great today. It's a spectacular stock I got to tell you; EPS 0.21-0.23 and dividends up to your ears. You in BuyTex?

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"EPS 0.21-0.23"

explorer,

Please tell me where you got the above information. You posted that as a fact and I assume you know that EPS means Earnings Per Share.

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Wallace think of it this way. The RB and IHub threads of for worst-case scenario views and this thread are for best-case scenario views. I say that in the hopes that will happen, which I doubt. Frankly, I just would like this to be a rally thread.
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Wallace EPS of 0.21-0.23 are from the company
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Show me!
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"Frankly, I just would like this to be a rally thread."

Blindness!!! That's not what forums are for and it would be a disservice to readers and posters.

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I can't believe you've been in this stock from 0.165 and you barely know anything about it. I just give the knowns, do your own DD.
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ex, nuthin personal...but, yeah..lol--first time i saw your nick? you were hassling keithsan...

anyway, i don't care about that, per se...as I think you know...

my point? reap the benefit of good vet posting...

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BuyTex you don't know how relieved I am to hear you've let go of your grudge against me. Heck it was a misunderstanding in the first place. BTW good point and I agree.

What do you think of IDWS?

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Wow, go out for a few hours and this thread explodes! LOL

I haven't been to the other boards, at least to read about this stock. In general there tends to be more BS on them, pumpers and bashers.

BUT, I would love to hear any valid problems that might be out there. The only down side to this situation is if there were fraud involved. But how someone could know that at this point, I have no idea. It is a risk with every penny stock on the market.

Now, if the company is true to it's word. It looks really good. I mean, you can buy a stock at .5 and get a .8-1.0 cash dividend. Nice gain, and it is taxed as a dividend (15%), not a short term capital gain (regular income tax rate). You even have the shares left over for whatever they will be worth after the post dividend sell off and the eventual spin off dividends for the other company they are letting go.

Now, I have seen the eps estimate in another pr. I will try to find it and post it.

Is it legit? I hope so! I haven't read any of the "bashers", if there is a history of fraud, then it is a concern, but this would be pretty damn blatant as they were very specific about the size of the dividend.

Once again, do your dd, roll the dice, or go try another table. There is a lot of money to be made and lost in the market and a lot of stocks to do both with.

I am rolling with this one for now. [Smile]

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Hoss,

I went to one of those sites and saw what is being referred to as "bashing". It happens to be fact and, in substance, is as follows:

Aliases:
PATRICK DOWNS PATRICK CHRISTOPHER DOWNS

Note: The offense descriptions are truncated and do not necessarily reflect the
crime for which the offender is on supervision. Please refer to the court documents
or the Florida Statutes for further information or definition.

Current Community Supervision History:
Offense Date Offense Sentence Date County Case No. Community Supervision Length
05/31/1991 GRAND THEFT O/20,000 L/$100,00 05/06/1992 ORANGE 9108418 15Y 0M 0D
05/31/1991 05/06/1992 ORANGE 9108418 15Y 0M 0D
05/31/1991 05/06/1992 ORANGE 9108418 15Y 0M 0D
05/31/1991 FRAUD-USE OF DEVICE 05/06/1992 ORANGE 9108418 15Y 0M 0D
05/31/1991 05/06/1992 ORANGE 9108418 15Y 0M 0D
05/31/1991 FRAD'LY OBTAIN PROP,ETC. 05/06/1992 ORANGE 9108422 20Y 0M 0D
04/25/1991 FRAD'LY OBTAIN PROP,ETC. 05/06/1992 ORANGE 9109625 5Y 0M 0D
05/31/1991 FORGERY/UTTERING 05/06/1992 ORANGE 9200247 5Y 0M 0D
05/13/1991 FORGERY/UTTERING 05/06/1992 ORANGE 9200248 5Y 0M 0D
08/17/1990 GRAND THEFT O/20,000 L/$100,00 05/06/1992 ORANGE 9200593 15Y 0M 0D
These were some of the charges he pled guilty to doing that didn't show up on the
summary list:

grand theft second degree
sale of unregistered securities (3 counts)
sale of securities by an unregistered issuer (3 counts)
fraudulant securities transaction (3 counts)
grand theft third degree (2 counts)

Granted, this was some years back, but there is no question that IT IS RELEVANT!!! His wife was also somehow involved.

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Hoss exactly. This is a pinky, and it's pretty much taking the company's word for it. In this case, I like the story very much. Not many stocks issue a 200% cash dividend. Once the cash dividend is scheduled, which should be soon, we're in for a nice ride. Plus, you can't ignore all the hot sectors this company is in: http://www.ids-worldwide.com

Plus, if you can believe a third party:

www.MarketGainer.com: Market Gainer Releases Profile for IDS Worldwide Solutions

Oct 13, 2005 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- MarketGainer.com strives to find dynamic issues that are unknown but because of their technology, approach, executive team, recent discoveries or other key factors, could advance in the market. MarketGainer.com has identified the following company based on these criteria. IDS Worldwide Solutions (OTCBB:IDWS), a company that has invested seven years and millions of dollars in developing technology, infrastructure, personnel, and expertise in today's hottest global growth market segments, as well as engineering, manufacturing, software development, homeland security, and biometric identification systems with operations in the United States, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Lahore, Pakistan. IDS has experience in all aspects of international trade and supply chain solutions.

IDS is surging ahead in the market today up 38% on just under 1 million shares trading hands. Since Friday of last week the share price for the company has jumped from $.20 to $.36 by the end of the market yesterday. The rise of the company's share value over the last week was in response to IDS's announcement on Tuesday, October 11 that it had concluded the negotiations for the buyout of the company's Homeland Security Division (HLS) in a deal valued at $40 million before certain closing costs. Today's share price is moving upward in a rapid fashion and is currently sitting $.50. Investment in IDS is continuing to shine because the today IDS Worldwide updated Tuesday's Press Release that it has concluded the negotiations for the buyout of their Homeland Security Division with the closing deal determined to be now valued at $41.5 million before certain closing costs.

IDS has been able to determine the one time special dividend value to be higher than the previously announced range of $.37 to $.87. Certain final closing agreements have now upgraded the range of the one time special dividend value to the shareholders to $.87 and $1.01 per common stock share of IDS Worldwide.

IDS plans to conclude in the next 48 hours discussion with Tax counsel to determine the exact dividend after closing costs and corporate tax considerations. In any event the value will be at least $.87 per common stock share.

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Thanks for posting that, and I will look into it for myself. And if true, it is relevant. But I would confirm that it is the same guy. And I would run the check myself, a post on a bulletin board does not equate to a fact, no matter how real it looks.

Thanks for the info!

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That info is nothing new to me. It has been used by bashers for months now, and the price has kept going up during that time. I'm sure most know about it, since most shareholders use RB and IHub.
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explorer,

Since you knew about it for months now, you damn well should have brought it up. To not do so was a disservice to all posters and readers on this thread. It is a question of trust....now, both your's and Downs'.

Hoss,

If you can track down any confirmation, please post it here. It would be meaningful.

PS: On the Hot Stocks thread, it was brought to my attention that the word "value", not "cash" was used in connection with the dividend language. Don't know if that's meaningful, but should be considered.

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[From IHub]

Posted by: M0NEYMADE
In reply to: bartermania who wrote msg# 3076
Date:10/14/2005 12:42:04 AM
Post #of 3085

Email from Patrick Downs CEO:

My email reply from Patrick this morning:

IDS has no desire or obligation to tip it's hand to the various factions, day traders,hedge funds, shorters that have been manipulating IDS share price. IDS has chosen to release the exact details to shareholders of record. IDS legal and tax counsel hopefully today or at latest tomorrow morning will arrive at the exact dividend payout and ex-dividend date.

-Posted by: humbletrader
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Wallace, we are on the pinks after all. We can do as much DD as possible, but the bottom line is we either trust the company or we don't - based on the company's own word. I know that sounds silly to simply accept that, but that is the arena we have chosen to play in. I originally bought this stock at .28 a couple of months ago or so ago and since then have seen it drop to .10 and then come back to its current level. I have held steady the whole time. I have read every single post on every bulletin board about this Company. I watched every interview. I tried to get my hands on financials. I held because IDWS has done, to the best of my knowledge, everything they said they are going to do so far. In other words, I have chosen to trust this Company and if I lose - so be it - its my own fault for playing pinks.

On the other hand, many folks have chosen not to trust. That is fine too, its simply their opinion because no one has publicized any negative factual information. They haven't done or said anything to make me change my mind.

Another category altogether are bashers. These are folks who haven't chosen not to trust - rather bashers have a stake in seeing pps fall (probably because they shorted, imo). They have an agenda to bring this Company down and are simply using distraction, innuendo, etc. to confuse and dissuade. The other boards have been taken over by bashers with an agenda - not to share information.


EXCERPTS FROM RECENT NEWS ARTICLES

* The company recently announced that its IDS Homeland Security Division, under an Exclusive Territory Agreement with Digital Securities Controls, Ltd., a division of Tyco International, has received a record-number 4,000 new client orders in the current quarter representing a 2,600 percent increase over the second quarter of 2005. IDS generates revenue from both security product installations and reoccurring monthly monitoring fees.

* IDS announced its guidance for the company's first year as a publicly traded company with revenues of $25 million - $30 million and EPS of $.21 - $.23

* The company, under its previously announced stock buyback program, has repurchased 10 million shares of IDS common stock in a series of open market and private purchases. IDS' stock buyback program has reduced the outstanding common shares of the company by approximately 20 percent.

* www.995ad.com has already become the 2nd largest automobile site on the Internet in the 1st quarter of operation, approaching 575,000 cars.

* IDS has signed new agreements to add over 70,000 Worldwide Resorts and Hotels with live bookings and reservations to the travel section of 995ad.com."

* IDS has retained counsel to file a registration statement for its wholly owned subsidiary, 995ad.com. Upon effective registration statement, 995ad.com will trade on the OTCBB as a wholly owned, publicly traded subsidiary of IDS Worldwide Solutions, Inc. Common stockholders of IDS Worldwide Solutions, Inc. will receive a pro-rata number of shares of 995ad.com pursuant to each individual investors holdings as of the effective date of the registration statement of 995ad.com.

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Gapping up this morning
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IDWS breaking past 0.60
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chanhous,

I don't disagree with your analysis. I just want the whole picture, not just the rosy parts.

Thanks for the reference to the EPS projection. Although not a fact, it is a positive note.

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Called Co this morn. Left msg at Downs' extension. Questions: 1. Cash Div or some other form of div.? 2. Expound on question of prev. litigation?

Also called Scott, Pres. He said he could give out no info. Only from Downs. Pushed rather hard for question of cash div. Specifically asked is it strictly a cash div or some other form, such as a spin off of some "rinky-dink" operation? He said he understood where coming from, but only Downs can respond by email.

Am not crazy about Pres response. Told him it is an important question for shareholders to know and is just a matter of a simple word such as "cash".

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What's with this "rinky-dink" BS. This company is in high-tech top-notch businesses and you're calling them "rinky-dink." If you have problem buddy seeing what this company is worth, get the F outa here. BTW the CEO is the public face of a company, not the president.

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Come on guys, don't let emotions get a hold. You're in or your're out. Simple.
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explorer,

Thanks for the educational refreshment. Thing is, I learned the differences between CEO and COO, Chairman and Pres. 40+ years ago, well prior to getting my MBA in Corporate Management.

As far as "rinky-dink" is concerned, you may think it is BS, but it would not be the first time someone snookered stockholders by using the word "value" as opposed to something specific such as "cash". It is easy to place an arbitrary value on a part of the operation in the range of .87 to 1.01 and then spin it off in the form of a "value" dividend, instead of "cash". However, it is a BIG difference.

Suggest you not step on my toes any more!

PS: And please refrain from distorting my comments. I did not call or suggest the company was/is a "rinky-dink" operation.

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I think that's Wallace's whole point, tic_toc. He's interested in the cash dividend. He's not trading via emotion -- he wants to find out all the facts. I'm sure if he gets answers he doesnt like, he'll be out.

And telling people to "get the F out" is not constructive or un-emotional, especially when that person brings a lot of experience to the table.

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"I'm sure if he gets answers he doesnt like, he'll be out."

Phoenixx,

You are absolutely correct. If that is anything other than a total cash dividend, I will bail out and advise anyone else to do likewise.

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quote:
Originally posted by explorer186:
What's with this "rinky-dink" BS. This company is in high-tech top-notch businesses and you're calling them "rinky-dink." If you have problem buddy seeing what this company is worth, get the F outa here. BTW the CEO is the public face of a company, not the president.

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When you talk like momo to some of the best we have around here, well, thats just plain dumb...

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IF tyco is the buyer and we get stock in them, that's not such a bad thing. If some other company that we never heard of or a Pakistan company, I agree with wallace we need to run for the hills.
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Dusty,

LMAO Especially if you're crawling around naked as a jaybird.

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Look, explorer, I am not trying to burst your bubble. Others are in this stock as well as you and I. All are entitled to as much information that can be gathered. Remember, I have a good piece of change tied up in IDWS and want it to go well too.
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thats mainly what I was referring too phoenixx.

quote:
Originally posted by Phoenixx:


And telling people to "get the F out" is not constructive or un-emotional, especially when that person brings a lot of experience to the table.


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quote:
Originally posted by tic_toc:
thats mainly what I was referring too phoenixx.

quote:
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And telling people to "get the F out" is not constructive or un-emotional, especially when that person brings a lot of experience to the table.


Gotcha. [Smile]
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Okay peace everybody [Smile] Good buying opportunity now. Volume is strong.
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