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imapoorcollegestudent
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I've had a sell order in at .0002 to cover investment and a buy order in at .0001 through etrade for over 2 hours now. Why won't either get filled???

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try this . . . sell at .0001 and buy at .0002 and I promise you it will fill right away.
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<oops, double post>
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quote:
Originally posted by imapoorcollegestudent:
I've had a sell order in at .0002 to cover investment and a buy order in at .0001 through etrade for over 2 hours now. Why won't either get filled???

Probably because there's too many people ahead of you trying to buy and sell. Took me 4 days to sell. Put in Good Til Cancelled orders and forget about 'em. Dont resubmit a new sell every day. If you do so, you just keep dropping to the end of the queue.
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quote:
Originally posted by ACKCANE:
try this . . . sell at .0001 and buy at .0002 and I promise you it will fill right away.

lol, use GTC orders.
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I've had much better luck calling my broker direct
to fill my order when execution is slow online.
Your broker has hotlines to specialists, MM's,
and other contacts that can expedite your trade.
Yeah, you'll pay 3x/4x the commision - so what.
It's worth it when you have a large profit/loss
on the fence and your order won't fill online.

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[Big Grin] I LIKE THIS NEWS!!!!

Summus Works, Inc. Board Approves $400,000.00 Increase in VVV Buy Back Program
Thursday July 27, 8:05 am ET


Commitment to Long Term Shareholder Value "Unwavering"


DENVER, CO--(MARKET WIRE)--Jul 27, 2006 -- Summus Works, Inc. (Other OTC:SMMW.PK - News) announced that in a special meeting, its Board of Directors unanimously approved a $400,000.00 increase to the Company's previously announced VVV buy back program to ensure "long term shareholder value, efficiently complete pending and future mergers and acquisitions, and foster visibility, volume and value to continue to attract and facilitate the ideal opportunities for the Company's future growth."
The now approved buy back of up to $1,148,000.00 of Company common stock will continue to be implemented at the price per share relative to **********'s calculated "SqueezeTrigger."

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Management reiterated that the Board's decision to implement and increase the VVV buy back with financing secured personally by Company officers and members of the Board, undeniably displays its commitment to increasing shareholder value and guaranteeing the maximum potential for the Company's future growth.

"The Board recognized this opportune time to implement and expand the Company's share repurchase initiative. Its continuation in respect to the SqueezeTrigger price and other preventative measures challenging abusive short selling activities will further ensure our ability to attract and execute ideal opportunities for growth into the future," said Summus Works President Dan Burgess.

Summus Works, Inc. (Other OTC:SMMW.PK - News) is a multi-media holding company with interests in outdoor sports, retail, e-tail, print, web, television and film. For more information on the company or its outdoor sports and media subsidiaries, visit www.summusworks.com.

This release includes forward-looking statements made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 that involve risks and uncertainties including, but not limited to, the impact of competitive products, the ability to meet customer demand, the ability to manage growth, acquisitions of technology, equipment, or human resources, the effect of economic and business conditions, and the ability to attract and retain skilled personnel. The Company is not obligated to revise or update any forward-looking statements in order to reflect events or circumstances that may arise after the date of this release.

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very interesting...
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anybone still in this. able to buy at .0001
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I am still in this and holding.
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I'm still here and holding

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put in a small order at .0001, see what happens...
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Been here since january, looks like things are getting better. Anybody been able to buy at 0.0001

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I put in a 1000000 ($100) buy * .0001 AON GTC.Doubt it will fill.
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Things are definately getting better. Used to you couldn't even sell at 0.0001. Now you almost have to put a buy in at 0.0002 to get filled. It's also on hot-stock-picks.net as a pontential runner.

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A PR a day makes the sellers go away!


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I couldn't sell 5mil today at .0002
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She's getting rrrrrrready to rrrrrrrrunnnnnn!!!!
All abooooooooard!!!!

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hotsto_kpicks.n_t gives this a short term target
of .005 and a long term hit of .01 or more.
They've been pretty accurate on most of their
recent picks, which is more than I can say for
most of those free pump sites.
What is the general concensus in here on those
target pps before end of summer/autumn?
The O/S are in the billions but what's the float?
I'm sitting on millions of shares of this thing
and I'd appreciate any thoughts from some of you
experienced traders in here.
How 'bout it JUICE? , 10/13? , anybody?
Whadda think?

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DENVER, CO, Jul 28, 2006 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) -- Summus Works, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SMMW) announced that for the year ending December 31, 2005, the Company's revenues from its winter sports wholesale and cable broadcast affiliate operations totaled $1,884,359.00 Management stated the revenues are specific to its winter sports wholesale division and cable broadcast affiliate station operations.
Summus Works, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SMMW) is a multi-media holding company with interests in outdoor sports, retail, e-tail, print, web, television and film. For more information on the company or its outdoor sports and media subsidiaries, visit www.summusworks.com.

This release includes forward-looking statements made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 that involve risks and uncertainties including, but not limited to, the impact of competitive products, the ability to meet customer demand, the ability to manage growth, acquisitions of technology, equipment, or human resources, the effect of economic and business conditions, and the ability to attract and retain skilled personnel. The Company is not obligated to revise or update any forward-looking statements in order to reflect events or circumstances that may arise after the date of this release.


Investor Relations Contact:
SmallCapVoice.com
Stuart T. Smith, 512-267-2430
Contact via http://www.marketwire.com/mw/emailprcntct?id=3721CAEB42549FEC

Company Contact:
Summus Works, Inc.
Dan Burgess, 888-607-9495
Contact via http://www.marketwire.com/mw/emailprcntct?id=A050835D1F6A302A

SOURCE: Summus Works Inc.

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Not so long ago I took the beat here pretty hard for saying that SMMW would have it's day, -knew this would happen... Yes, SMMW will do something, but it will still take awhile. Too many people think they can buy at 1 and sell at 2, -not with billions of shares, that won't fly.

Buy, hold, and let's get this baby off the ground.
Newbies, this isn't a flipper, a buy in here is a long-long position but in the end I do think it'll be worth it to you. JMHO ~

Just know what you are getting into, and that is a line of "10's" of Billions of shares when you try to sell.

I'm LONG on this myself, -and up 100%! GLTA!

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I'm right there with ya Chartwalker...
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Hey Ruthie! Good luck with FHAL, I'm with ya there too [Smile]

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Summus Works, Inc. Reports Wholesale and Broadcast Affiliate Revenues of $1,884,359.00


By Market Wire
Last Update: 7/28/2006 9:00:14 AM Data provided by

DENVER, CO, Jul 28, 2006 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) -- Summus Works, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SMMW) announced that for the year ending December 31, 2005, the Company's revenues from its winter sports wholesale and cable broadcast affiliate operations totaled $1,884,359.00 Management stated the revenues are specific to its winter sports wholesale division and cable broadcast affiliate station operations.

Summus Works, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SMMW) is a multi-media holding company with interests in outdoor sports, retail, e-tail, print, web, television and film. For more information on the company or its outdoor sports and media subsidiaries, visit www.summusworks.com.

This release includes forward-looking statements made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 that involve risks and uncertainties including, but not limited to, the impact of competitive products, the ability to meet customer demand, the ability to manage growth, acquisitions of technology, equipment, or human resources, the effect of economic and business conditions, and the ability to attract and retain skilled personnel. The Company is not obligated to revise or update any forward-looking statements in order to reflect events or circumstances that may arise after the date of this release.

SOURCE: Summus Works Inc.







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I have a question. With this stock trading over half a billion shares daily, why is this thing not moving up.

I've held about 600,000 shares for the hell of it for about a week now and am wondering if there's just too many shares outstanding to let it uptick.

I would like to buy much more because it seems like a good stock but it's just sitting there.

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quote:
Originally posted by Joel T:
Things are definately getting better. Used to you couldn't even sell at 0.0001. Now you almost have to put a buy in at 0.0002 to get filled. It's also on hot-stock-picks.net as a pontential runner.

Just look at how the other stocks on the above metioned site have done / are doing!!!!
Pretty good company!
I see on other sites that at least 56%, and maybe more now, of the O/S shares are held by "insiders" which greatly reduces the float! That is from the president of the company according to the posts, not me. I see everything in place for good upward potential. IMO MM's are accumulating now before they let it go. I think it will move very soon. This is JMO .... do your own DD and make your own choices! GL

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how many BILLION shares does this thing have again?
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From I-hub:

Be CLEAR-Co. does not buyback w/pend. R/S
Business wise it makes no sense for a company to buyback shares and also promote it with a R/S pending. After SMMW hired same firm as PAIV, were instructed to buy back as many shares as possible. Only 10% of daily volume can be bought back by a company at a time. If you check the level II shares bought, you will see consistent 9M share purchases at .0001/.0002 all day. But, many traders seemed to be able to not pick up any shares at this price. Accumulation going on. Naked shorts panicking.

SMMW committing $400,000/* .0001= 4billion shares is just the start. Interesting how right after hiring the same firm as PAIV, SMMW commits to large buyback. This stock has been naked shorted to the max, and yes the price has not gone past .0002 in last 5 days, but check accum increase over those 5 days. Huge accum. and added strength in technicals. Even PAIV took awhile to finally pop. PAIV had such a pps increase because naked shorts had to cover and PAIV bought back a huge % of o/s.

And such a sweet sign is the big increase in bashers, all somewhat new to the board. Shorters hire bashers and bashers are paid by performance. Even paid by how many post responses they receive back from their posts.

How much of shares are naked shorted? All bashers say too many o/s for price to increase. Many stocks have skyrocketed with 10 times the o/s this stock has. The biggest point is SMMW has hired the top firm to directly go after the naked shorters. My take is CEO of SMMW will look wherever he can to find $ to buyback even more shares, creating bigger short squeeze. Already determined by ********** that short squeeze trigger price is .00015, and at the current o/s level.

Only a matter of time for upside IMHO.

GLTA, Best Regards, not a buy or sell recommendation,opinion only


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More SMMW info for those that want to know! From another site:

"That is some of the shadiest sh*t I've seen MM's do yet. They're trying to kill momentum by slowing volume down and filling everybody's .0002 buy orders at .00019 instead of .0002 so everybody's ticker shows .0001 as the PPS and volume weighted average and people think it's dead...just so they can try to cover their g*ddamn shorts at lower price."

I find this fascinating. I've heard this from many, not just one person. Same thing was going on with PAIM in this price range with some of the buys (hitting ask) so I've heard. Just some of the games MM's play to fool you and me! Do your own DD and make your own choices.

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This will be another IGAI when it finally does launch.
It'll skyrocket, drop to half price, and then
level off.
Your classic penny pump.
I do think it will go over a penny when it does.
Maybe a few cents or so.
But it'll be over quick when it does so
keep a close eye on it.

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[Big Grin] [Big Grin] NEWS ALREADY AND ITS GOOD!!
Executive Registrar & Transfer Inc. is the transfer agent for PAIV as well. The pot is about to boil over on this, a major run is immenent:::

[Wink] Summus Works, Inc. Announces New Transfer Agent: Executive Registrar & Transfer, Inc.
Monday July 31, 5:56 am ET


DENVER, CO--(MARKET WIRE)--Jul 31, 2006 -- Summus Works, Inc. (Other OTC:SMMW.PK - News) announced that in addition to engaging Jack Donnelly (President, Executive Registrar & Transfer, Inc.) to initiate his anti-abusive short selling program on behalf of Summus Works, Inc., Executive Registrar & Transfer, Inc. has also been engaged as the Company's Stock Transfer Agent.
The Company initially engaged Donnelly in its VVV initiative to increase shareholder value, citing "the recent success of Executive's involvement with other Companies sharing similar objectives."

Management also emphasized its confidence in the Company's VVV Awareness policy, noting the continuing success of such initiatives to increase visibility and volume, complete pending and future acquisitions, and enhance shareholder value through Company growth and price per share appreciation.

Summus Works, Inc. (Other OTC:SMMW.PK - News) is a multimedia holding company with interests in outdoor sports, retail, e-tail, print, web, television and film. For more information on the company or its outdoor sports and media subsidiaries, visit www.summusworks.com.

This release includes forward-looking statements made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 that involve risks and uncertainties including, but not limited to, the impact of competitive products, the ability to meet customer demand, the ability to manage growth, acquisitions of technology, equipment, or human resources, the effect of economic and business conditions, and the ability to attract and retain skilled personnel. The Company is not obligated to revise or update any forward-looking statements in order to reflect events or circumstances that may arise after the date of this release.

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Anybody able to buy in at 0.0001. I'm kinda liking this stock. What's people opinion on buying in at 0.0002?

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quote:
Originally posted by Joel T:
Anybody able to buy in at 0.0001. I'm kinda liking this stock. What's people opinion on buying in at 0.0002?

Stick to where you are comfortable. These stocks are a crap shoot like lottery tickets. Pay your buck and hope for the best.

ALOT of sub-pennies have tried to "go after" shorters and that gave alot of exposure to the stock, but NOTHING more.

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I'm sitting on a few million shares I picked up
at an average price of .00018 cumulative.
Let's keep it rolling.
I'm sure we'd all like to see this hit .01!

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I'm sitting on a few million shares I picked up
at an average price of .00018 cumulative.
Let's keep it rolling people.
I'm sure we'd all like to see this hit .01
or more!

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