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moe77sco
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ohio- I guess I'm not sure then, if there's been three more but, SEVI is not done yet. By the end of the run it will be the biggest winner I hope.
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Any predictions on how high she'll go today.
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I'm willing to bet my left nut and predict a high of .0095 and close at .0071
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Get the sissors ready.... No News on SEVI .... It will head back down today.... ZiP Off Nuts...
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i know these guys had ties with microsoft before, i still think they do but not sure, when people find just this news out it cause it to have a nice run..

anyone know if they are still involved with mirosoft????

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SOON WE MOVE UP AGAIN TODAY!!!!! UP TO .005 AND OVER
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As far as I know, SEVI is still one of only 200 Microsoft Gold Certified Partners in the nation.

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quote:
Originally posted by Asklepidaurus:
As far as I know, SEVI is still one of only 200 Microsoft Gold Certified Partners in the nation.

-A

I wonder if There's any way to confirm the affiliation to Microsoft. If they are still affiliated this stock is worth some big bucks.
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quote:
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Get the sissors ready.... No News on SEVI .... It will head back down today.... ZiP Off Nuts...

Hitman- There's no doubt that my left nut is in jeopardy today but, on the other hand you missed spelled scissors.
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OFF WE GO AS I SAID
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0.0038 ... NICE
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Hitman- My left nut is definitely starting to feel some relief as we are starting to head North.
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soon up
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Just keep Paulbest out of here!

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Well, there goes my left nut.
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I got my rusty old x-acto knife ready to go ..........

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thesource- Great response, I got a great laugh out of it which is a good thing. Thanks
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VectorVest Stock Analysis Report : (Strong Buy)

Value: Value is a measure of a stock's current worth. SEVI has a current Value of $0.01 per share. Therefore, it is undervalued compared to its Price of $0.0035 per share. Value is computed from forecasted earnings per share, forecasted earnings growth, profitability, interest, and inflation rates. Value increases when earnings, earnings growth rate and profitability increase, and when interest and inflation rates decrease. VectorVest advocates the purchase of undervalued stocks. At some point in time, a stock's Price and Value always will converge.

RT (Relative Timing): RT is a fast, smart, accurate indicator of a stock's price trend. SEVI has a Relative Timing rating of 2.00, which is excellent on a scale of 0.00 to 2.00. RT is computed from an analysis of the direction, magnitude, and dynamics of a stock's price movements over one day, one week, one quarter and one year time periods. Once a stock's price has established a strong trend, it is expected to continue in that trend for the short-term. If a trend dissipates, RT will gravitate toward 1.00. RT will explode from bottoms, dive from tops, and reflect changes in price momentum. VectorVest favors the purchase of stocks with RT ratings above 1.00.

VST (VST-Vector): VST is the master indicator for ranking every stock in the VectorVest database. SEVI has a VST rating of 1.31, which is very good on a scale of 0.00 to 2.00. VST is computed from the square root of a weighted sum of the squares of RV, RS, and RT. Stocks with the highest VST ratings have the best combinations of Value, Safety and Timing. These are the stocks to own for above average, long-term capital appreciation. VectorVest advocates the purchase of safe, undervalued stocks rising in price.

Sales Per Share (SPS): SEVI has annual sales of $0.02 per share. SPS can be used as a measure of valuation when comparing stocks within an Industry Group.

Price to Sales Ratio (P/S): SEVI has a P/S of 0.18. This ratio is also used as a measure of valuation. Here, too, it is useful when comparing stocks within an Industry Group.

SEVI is undervalued compared to its Price of $0.0035 per share.

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Anyone think it is worth another go 'round, buying at .0027 or so?

I hate to press my luck with a good profit, but....

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I'd jump in around .0024 or so .

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At 0.0027, SEVI is a good risk.
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Jo4321:
[QB] Anyone think it is worth another go 'round, buying at .0027 or so?

I hate to press my luck with a good profit, but....

I think is a very good risk. I personally see this thing going to a least .05 When? I can't tell that because I don't know but, I think that when ever news comes out that it will be a good one.

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Thanks guys, I tried to get in again at .0027, but it never filled.

My first flip was .0020 to .0034, so I'll have to be satisfied with that!

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quote:
Originally posted by Jo4321:
Thanks guys, I tried to get in again at .0027, but it never filled.

My first flip was .0020 to .0034, so I'll have to be satisfied with that!

Jo

Just be patient , if it comes back your way , jump in . If not be happy with the gains you made .

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yep, Monday is another day! Plus I still have my "bag" of SEVI from July in case it goes to .06!

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Great sevi today! We will see.
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I spent the evening examining the details of the Systems Evolution/Datalogic agreement and it seems favorable to us.

http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1083273/000102317507000032/0001023175-07- 000032-index.htm

First, we apparently have new management for the company, David Walters as CEO, which is usually energizing to both the company and the stock price. Second, SEVI has rather surprisingly negotiated a very beneficial arrangement. They have simultaneously shed the responsibility of managing their IT division and retained its value in the form of a 42.7% stake in a larger IT company that is similarly growing at a rapid pace via acquisitions and expansion: ďDatalogic International, IncĒ (DLGI). SEVI needed to greatly restructure its IT division or sell it off anyway because the division was not growing profits (even with increased revenue). This way, SEVI retains the time and money invested in the division as long as DLGI flourishes.

Datalogic is an IT solutions company based in California, but with existing operations in Houston. They consult on projects for the IT sector and healthcare industry, as well as government contracts dealing with homeland security. With SEVIís IT division, DLGI expands its base to Austin and San Antonio and gains a strong link to the State of Texas government. According to DLGIís most recent 10K, the company is earning annual revenues of roughly $16 million, while SEVIís IT division is making about $4 million. Hence, SEVI just acquired 43% of DLGI by offering them a 25% increase in their revenue. (Before the deal, the outstanding shares of DLGI stood at 54,447,626, and with the addition of SEVIís IT division, should now be at 94,947,626). Here is some more info from DLGIís website:

http://www.dlgi.com/about_subsidiaries.html
http://www.dlgi.com/about_clients.html
http://www.datalogicconsulting.com/AboutUs/AboutUs.htm

And from their recent 8K:
ďOur objective is to grow the core businesses through a combination of organic and acquired growth. . . . [Part of our strategy is to] acquire complementary businesses and technologies. We intend to build our revenue base and solutions by selectively acquiring complementary businesses and technologies. We target companies with the following characteristics: (1) an established market presence in their respective fields, (2) a loyal customer base that can be used to cross-sell other products and services, and (3) products and services that provide recurring, predictable service and maintenance revenue streams.Ē

In contrast to the IT division, SEVIís Next Hire permanent placement division grew its revenue 131% last year (according to SEVIís 10K from 9/06). Next Hire is also the division that recently won a 3-year contract to staff all the engineering personnel for Petrobras Oilís new U.S. installation. It appears to me that SEVI is going to continue as an independent company based around its rapidly growing Next Hire division, while retaining a large stake in the IT sector through its 43% ownership of Datalogic.

Hence, my assessment is that this agreement fixes the shortcomings of SEVI. It allows the management to focus resources on growing Next Hire to its fullest potential while retaining the fruits of their labors in the IT sector. The 43% ownership in Datalogic (with additional profit-sharing during the first two years) is an extremely good deal for SEVI. I am frankly impressed. At this time, I continue to project a minimum share value of $0.01-0.02. However, the upper limit will likely need to be raised once we receive an update on Next Hire's revenue and a more recent 10K for DLGI.

-Asklepidaurus

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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Asklepidaurus:
[QB] I spent the evening examining the details of the Systems Evolution/Datalogic agreement and it seems favorable to us.

First, we apparently have new management for the company, David Walters as CEO, which is usually energizing to both the company and the stock price. Second, SEVI has rather surprisingly negotiated a very beneficial arrangement. They have simultaneously shed the responsibility of managing their IT division and retained its value in the form of a 42.7% stake in a larger IT company that is similarly growing at a rapid pace via acquisitions and expansion: ďDatalogic International, IncĒ (DLGI). SEVI needed to greatly restructure its IT division or sell it off anyway because the division was not growing profits (even with increased revenue). This way, SEVI retains the time and money invested in the division as long as DLGI flourishes.

Datalogic is an IT solutions company based in California, but with existing operations in Houston. They consult on projects for the IT sector and healthcare industry, as well as government contracts dealing with homeland security. With SEVIís IT division, DLGI expands its base to Austin and San Antonio and gains a strong link to the State of Texas government. According to DLGIís most recent 10K, the company is earning annual revenues of roughly $16 million, while SEVIís IT division is making about $4 million. Hence, SEVI just acquired 43% of DLGI by offering them a 25% increase in their revenue. (Before the deal, the outstanding shares of DLGI stood at 54,447,626, and with the addition of SEVIís IT division, should now be at 94,947,626). Here is some more info from DLGIís website:

And from their recent 8K:
ďOur objective is to grow the core businesses through a combination of organic and acquired growth. . . . [Part of our strategy is to] acquire complementary businesses and technologies. We intend to build our revenue base and solutions by selectively acquiring complementary businesses and technologies. We target companies with the following characteristics: (1) an established market presence in their respective fields, (2) a loyal customer base that can be used to cross-sell other products and services, and (3) products and services that provide recurring, predictable service and maintenance revenue streams.Ē

In contrast to the IT division, SEVIís Next Hire permanent placement division grew its revenue 131% last year (according to SEVIís 10K from 9/06). Next Hire is also the division that recently won a 3-year contract to staff all the engineering personnel for Petrobras Oilís new U.S. installation. It appears to me that SEVI is going to continue as an independent company based around its rapidly growing Next Hire division, while retaining a large stake in the IT sector through its 43% ownership of Datalogic.

Hence, my assessment is that this agreement fixes the shortcomings of SEVI. It allows the management to focus resources on growing Next Hire to its fullest potential while retaining the fruits of their labors in the IT sector. The 43% ownership in Datalogic (with additional profit-sharing during the first two years) is an extremely good deal for SEVI. I am frankly impressed. At this time, I continue to project a minimum share value of $0.01-0.02. However, the upper limit will likely need to be raised once we receive an update on Next Hire's revenue and a more recent 10K for DLGI.

And when will that be??

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quote:
Originally posted by Asklepidaurus:
I spent the evening examining the details of the Systems Evolution/Datalogic agreement and it seems favorable to us.

Did you pay $25.00 for this report. Because if you did we should all chip in for it.


http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1083273/000102317507000032/0001023175-07- 000032-index.htm

First, we apparently have new management for the company, David Walters as CEO, which is usually energizing to both the company and the stock price. Second, SEVI has rather surprisingly negotiated a very beneficial arrangement. They have simultaneously shed the responsibility of managing their IT division and retained its value in the form of a 42.7% stake in a larger IT company that is similarly growing at a rapid pace via acquisitions and expansion: ďDatalogic International, IncĒ (DLGI). SEVI needed to greatly restructure its IT division or sell it off anyway because the division was not growing profits (even with increased revenue). This way, SEVI retains the time and money invested in the division as long as DLGI flourishes.

Datalogic is an IT solutions company based in California, but with existing operations in Houston. They consult on projects for the IT sector and healthcare industry, as well as government contracts dealing with homeland security. With SEVIís IT division, DLGI expands its base to Austin and San Antonio and gains a strong link to the State of Texas government. According to DLGIís most recent 10K, the company is earning annual revenues of roughly $16 million, while SEVIís IT division is making about $4 million. Hence, SEVI just acquired 43% of DLGI by offering them a 25% increase in their revenue. (Before the deal, the outstanding shares of DLGI stood at 54,447,626, and with the addition of SEVIís IT division, should now be at 94,947,626). Here is some more info from DLGIís website:

http://www.dlgi.com/about_subsidiaries.html
http://www.dlgi.com/about_clients.html
http://www.datalogicconsulting.com/AboutUs/AboutUs.htm

And from their recent 8K:
ďOur objective is to grow the core businesses through a combination of organic and acquired growth. . . . [Part of our strategy is to] acquire complementary businesses and technologies. We intend to build our revenue base and solutions by selectively acquiring complementary businesses and technologies. We target companies with the following characteristics: (1) an established market presence in their respective fields, (2) a loyal customer base that can be used to cross-sell other products and services, and (3) products and services that provide recurring, predictable service and maintenance revenue streams.Ē

In contrast to the IT division, SEVIís Next Hire permanent placement division grew its revenue 131% last year (according to SEVIís 10K from 9/06). Next Hire is also the division that recently won a 3-year contract to staff all the engineering personnel for Petrobras Oilís new U.S. installation. It appears to me that SEVI is going to continue as an independent company based around its rapidly growing Next Hire division, while retaining a large stake in the IT sector through its 43% ownership of Datalogic.

Hence, my assessment is that this agreement fixes the shortcomings of SEVI. It allows the management to focus resources on growing Next Hire to its fullest potential while retaining the fruits of their labors in the IT sector. The 43% ownership in Datalogic (with additional profit-sharing during the first two years) is an extremely good deal for SEVI. I am frankly impressed. At this time, I continue to project a minimum share value of $0.01-0.02. However, the upper limit will likely need to be raised once we receive an update on Next Hire's revenue and a more recent 10K for DLGI.

-Asklepidaurus


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great move coming after the news
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LOOKING VERY GOOD, I HOPE WE BREAK THE 0.004's TODAY
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LOADED THIS MORNING
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gonna fall back down to .002

LMAO

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quote:
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gonna fall back down to .002

LMAO

I HOPE YOU'R RIGHT


I NEED MORE SHARES LOL

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SEVI and SFIN have the same trend, both
are in the early phase of uptrend.
SEVI: 0.003
SFIN: 0.002

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