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Here's what I;m thinking. This co has so much going on with all its investments.
News breaks all the time.
I'm going to hold expecting a breakout any day now.
This little dip is part of the game. Alittle profit taking.

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part of the game is right, sad part is we cant play till the mm's let us.
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finally the floor .005
up from here.

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free falling
I'm out

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Boy, what a bunch of weak hearted traders!!! Hang on to your shares, it will go back up, it can't help but go back up
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quote:
Originally posted by paulbest:
free falling
I'm out

I hope you didn't sell. buying pressure starting up again imo. Buy the panic.

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you said it onemorehit, god it is only a small dip they all do that just before a nice run.
everyone hang in there this will get better.

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http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=pypr

this is how I read the candles
Sept 2/low at .0005 >>>>>>oct 8/the run ends at .004

Next run starts Oct 15 at .002 ends yesterday
Now it needs to resettle for its next bull run, which I hope to be a part of.

My best guess is week after thanksgiving in the upper .003's , I'll start buying at low .004's.
Every stock has the run and the pull back.
I saw the charts and thought something doesn't look right here.
I felt it was too high, bought anyway.
And next day, pull back.
I'm not a bit worried as I know I;m going to make money, good money on this stock in the yrs to come.

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[Confused] I am just surprised that it is pulling back today after the PR that was just released. It looks like there would be more buying pressure than selling today. But I am still fairly new to pennies.

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I had two indicators going off for a bounce. This was similar to the last big dip. It bounced off the 20ma at .0045 and then it bounced off 50 rsi.

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bump up and keep on going!!!
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.006
dang it, Dacollector you were right, I shoulda held.
Sold at .005 and look .006 And most likely up from here as someone just bought 150M shars!!!!!!!
Dang it.
I wouldn't doubt it finsihes green based just on that one GIGANTIC buy.
dang it. The ol shakeout.

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Good recovery. I hate to break the news to the rest of you but I added at .05 so it is doomed to fall for a while. LOL [Big Grin] [Big Grin] [Big Grin]

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c'mon eod of day run lets get back to aleast .007
set up for tomorrow!!!!!!!!!!

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at .11? Where do you see that? Highest ask I see is .011 (Quin)

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Uhh.. nevermind.. I see you deleted that :-)

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hopefully tomorrow will be a much greener day, good loading up day today, I hope that everyone got as much as they needed cause this wont last.
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http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/061116/20061116006193.html?.v=1
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November 16, 2006 - 10:34 PM EST

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PYPR 0.0057 -0.0013

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PayPro, Inc. Announces Stock Buyback Program
Mike Terrell, CEO of PayPro, Inc. (Pink Sheets: PYPR) announced that the company's board of directors has authorized management, in its discretion, to purchase up to 1 Billion shares of PYPR common stock over the next 12 months. The repurchase program is effective immediately. Any repurchased shares will be held as treasury stock.

PayPro CEO Mike Terrell said, "Taking into account the climate of the penny stock market in general, our rapidly increasing revenues and profits, and todays reaction to the SLJB collapse, which hurt investor confidence in all penny stocks, I felt the price drop we experienced today was the perfect time to initiate our stock buyback program which will increase our loyal shareholders stock value at the expense of the daytrader flippers and shorters. I have stated before and will state again that there will be no reverse splits and the O/S will be reduced by the company buying back shares and returning them to treasury."

About PayPro Incorporated:

PayPro Incorporated (PYPR) is a global e-commerce and e-biz Solutions Company offering interactive e-commerce and e-biz programs. PayPro offers a range of goods and services ON LINE as follows:

Visa prepaid cards; e-commerce merchant accounts; Life insurance policies, Gold transactions; Telephony services, Text messaging, VoIP, Micro forests properties, Real estate investment participations, Fixed and variable income Real estate properties in Costa Rica and Panama, Offshore financial services, Asset management and protection; Travel services, Leisure, Business, Health, Relocation services, and Digital marketing services.

Forward Looking Statements is not historical fact as "forward-looking statements" defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform of 1995. Forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance. Our forward-looking statements are the result of profound analysis on trends in our globalizing economies that we anticipate in our industry. It is our good faith vision and estimate of the effect on the globalization, integration and electronic business trends will have on our company. Our statements are also subject to risks and uncertainties beyond our reasonable control that could cause the results of operations to differ materially from those reflected in our forward-looking statements.


PayPro Incorporated, Dallas
Mike Terrell, 214-774-4870


Source: Business Wire (November 16, 2006 - 10:34 PM EST)

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this should help us go GREEN!!!!!!!
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That's a bombshell, if I ever saw one.

I think one of the biggest fears potential investors in PYPR have is the large O/S. We're on our way toward relieving some of those concerns.

This PR really shows that management is concerned with shareholder value, IMO.

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i c pennies
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Got a fill at .0075. Holding till I bag
a profit or which ever comes first. Looks
good as they come in pennyland. GLTA

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It's nice to see Mike Terrell holding true to his words. This buyback of O/S should really help the valuation to PYPR. Then add in the major ventures and acquisitions that will be reflected in the 4th quarter equates to a great year.
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4Q shaping up to be a huge blowout for sure.
Be nice to see a green Christmas.

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If you annualize it at $3.6m/qtr that's $14.4 million per year in profits. Leaving the O/S at 7.6 Billion and using the average PE ratio of 15 (avg since 1920's), the valuation is $0.028 (2.8c/sh). Using a PE of 50, which is still low compared to many that trade 100+ PE ratio, the valuation is $0.095 (9.5c/sh).

Share buy back and cancellation is in the works per PR. And not only has the company said they were doing that, they cancelled 2 BILLION right at the start. Now, if we take 1 Billion off the O/S, leaving 6.6 Billion, the above numbers become

PE of 15 = $0.033 (3.3c/sh)

PE of 50 = $0.109 (10.9c/sh)

THIS DOESN'T INCLUDE 4th QUARTER NUMBERS. They are expected to be significantly higher, as they include all the projects the company has recently announced, including the $80mil restricted stock placement.

If for the year, profits are just $80mil. Even using a 1:1 PE ratio, that values the stock at $0.012.

The avg PE since 1920 is 15 = $0.182 and if we look at a PE of 50 = $0.606 .

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PayPro, Inc. Announces Stock Buyback Program
DALLAS, Nov 16, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Mike Terrell, CEO of PayPro, Inc. (Pink Sheets: PYPR) announced that the company's board of directors has authorized management, in its discretion, to purchase up to 1 Billion shares of PYPR common stock over the next 12 months. The repurchase program is effective immediately. Any repurchased shares will be held as treasury stock.
PayPro CEO Mike Terrell said, "Taking into account the climate of the penny stock market in general, our rapidly increasing revenues and profits, and todays reaction to the SLJB collapse, which hurt investor confidence in all penny stocks, I felt the price drop we experienced today was the perfect time to initiate our stock buyback program which will increase our loyal shareholders stock value at the expense of the daytrader flippers and shorters. I have stated before and will state again that there will be no reverse splits and the O/S will be reduced by the company buying back shares and returning them to treasury."

About PayPro Incorporated:

PayPro Incorporated (PYPR) is a global e-commerce and e-biz Solutions Company offering interactive e-commerce and e-biz programs. PayPro offers a range of goods and services ON LINE as follows:

Visa prepaid cards; e-commerce merchant accounts; Life insurance policies, Gold transactions; Telephony services, Text messaging, VoIP, Micro forests properties, Real estate investment participations, Fixed and variable income Real estate properties in Costa Rica and Panama, Offshore financial services, Asset management and protection; Travel services, Leisure, Business, Health, Relocation services, and Digital marketing services.

Forward Looking Statements is not historical fact as "forward-looking statements" defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform of 1995. Forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance. Our forward-looking statements are the result of profound analysis on trends in our globalizing economies that we anticipate in our industry. It is our good faith vision and estimate of the effect on the globalization, integration and electronic business trends will have on our company. Our statements are also subject to risks and uncertainties beyond our reasonable control that could cause the results of operations to differ materially from those reflected in our forward-looking statements.

SOURCE: PayPro Incorporated


CONTACT: PayPro Incorporated, Dallas
Mike Terrell, 214-774-4870

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Hopefully this news will send us up north a little!! Might just buy some more of this today.
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A little late on the post Onemorehit, .....
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Ya, you beat me like 3 minutes!!! LOL
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I didnt beat you... if you scroll up Burn posted that info last night. But welcome to the party anyways....
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Glad I picked up a bit more yesterday when it got back down to .005..
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That's what I get for having 3 Bailey's last night, slowed right down this am, LOL!!
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I really enjoy this quote by Mike Terrell in last nights PR.

"I have stated before and will state again that there will be no reverse splits and the O/S will be reduced by the company buying back shares and returning them to treasury."

The pps seems to be lower than what the valuation calculations work out to. I'm surprised investors aren't seeing this and scooping up these cheep shares. By next quarter the numbers will put us much higher.

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