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and sooooo WHERE IS THAT UPTICK I ask
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Sothing is pretty weird mm`m selling to themselevs at ask, dropping ?
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chart still looks good though. I guess we need to have faith in the chart. Don't you think, Spurgus?
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THAT chart doesn't lie, mm games
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back up to .038 - right on!!!!!
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MM`s are gathering shares for tomorrow, ya, think
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Im out at .038
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Like I said, I will trust the chart and the chart does not tell me to sell
http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=ATVE&p=DAILY&b=5&g=0&id=p tomorrow may be a different story but I will wait until then

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Im going to watch tomorrow,
I will try to get in around .033 if possible

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okay, squire, .0385 at the ask - back in you go

Naw, I said when the bid was over 0.038. Too much resistance for me, each too his own.

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looking good
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up 16%
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man, got to the computer late and saw my sell order kick in at .042. Now, wondering if I should jump back in at some point. Great chart
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up 21% now. a little buying pressure should do it ?
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.046 wow
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Hope every body is making money.
Im going to get back in sometime today

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up to .048 now 30%
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I sold yesterday, rebought on 1st dip, flipped it again, now riding it yet again with more shares than I previously owned.

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The having been selling for a hour and hardly a chsnge. Higher Higher hise & highter hi`s
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.046 could be major wall
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Were at .05 now,a hundred buy at 100 shares
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Spurges, are you back in? I have not yet jumped in again - I sometimes lose what I gained when I go back in so I am timid about it.
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I`ve been in since .035. MMM`s are still buying at bid
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Bidders don`t have shares
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Today should be intersting
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.048
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Been watching this over last few days. Seems to have stablized at .035. I just bought back in.
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Im in at .032 anyone have a good guess what is a good number to bail out?........ see it reaching 10 cents?
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Guess I am going solo on this one..........
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crabby, first I want to say that I like this stock. However, if I were you, I would watch it closely today (friday). If is closes above the .043 mark, then it is probably safe to say that you're good to go to .055 or so. If it fails to remain above the 200 day moving average (.043), then we may see a failure back to the high .03s. IMHO Good luck
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Thank you Mrinos sounds like a goal for next week then [Smile] ...
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On here its pretty quite, I have been reading the message board on ragingbull about ATVE, they are very arguementive.. and not very nice about it..... don't know what to believe lol
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Now if they can seal this contract that .10 maybe in the future after all [Smile]
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ATVE Signs Letter Of Intent to Acquire Collective Point of Sale Solutions, a Leading Canadian Provider of Debit & Credit Payment Processing Services

TORONTO, Feb 06, 2007 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) -- ActiveCore Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB: ATVE), a Company that operates as a payment technology solution provider, is pleased to announce that it has signed a non-binding Letter Of Intent (LOI) to acquire Collective Point of Sale Solutions Ltd. a leading Canadian provider of payment processing services and secure point of sale solutions. This transaction is accretive to ActiveCore as CollectivePOS already has both solid revenue and earnings and will generate more than $6,000,000 USD in sales in 2007 from more than 9,000 existing merchant accounts processing in excess of $1 billion annually.
ActiveCore plans to use the CollectivePOS acquisition as a base to launch a Merchant Services consolidation strategy that will provide an immediate and expanding client base for the implementation of its CyBux, ePocket and ActiveCAST products. This strategy will achieve aggressive revenue and earnings growth through the addition of new merchants and an expanded product footprint. In addition to being accretive this transaction is highly synergistic from both a technology and market expansion perspective. Completion of this transaction will accelerate ActiveCore's planned move to a more senior exchange as it will have all of the required ingredients: revenue, profitability, outstanding products and excellent management. ActiveCore plans to complete this acquisition by the end of its first quarter and will use a combination of cash and stock.

Peter Hamilton, Chief Executive Officer of ActiveCore, stated, "The planned acquisition of CollectivePOS by the end of our first quarter represents a major event identifiable as the single most dominant milestone in Company history. It will provide immediate revenue and positive cash flow and forms a cornerstone from which the business can profitably expand both within Canada and Internationally." Mr. Hamilton went on to say that "CollectivePOS has an excellent management team, recurring transaction-based revenue as well as a great technology. It is this combination of people, product and a proven business model that ideally positions the Company to take advantage of the fragmented Merchant Services Provider market and execute a highly profitable roll-up strategy."

Mr. Michael Back, CEO of Collective Point of Sale Solutions Ltd., stated, "Over the past 5 years, we have built an extremely profitable company by focusing on delivering superior payment technology and exceptional service to small and medium sized businesses throughout Canada. We feel that the time has come for us to expand both our product offering and our Merchant base and believe that this transaction will provide us with the resources that are needed to accomplish this."

Mr. Neil Fishenden, CEO of Global Sterling Payments Systems (GSPS/ePocket), stated, "This acquisition dramatically enhances ActiveCore's strategy to become a world class payment technology solution provider." Mr. Fishenden went on to say that, "ActiveCore's planned expansion into the UK market, the most developed in Europe, will be significantly enhanced by the acquisition of CollectivePOS and the addition of their products to our portfolio. ActiveCore's ability to offer 'Card Not Present Solutions' (ePocket and CyBux) to CollectivePOS merchants as well as the ActiveCAST Marketing platform will greatly enhance the potential for incremental revenue in the proven CollectivePOS Model."

This press release is available on the company's official online investor relations site for investor commentary, feedback and questions.

ActiveCore Technologies, Inc. operates as a payment technology solution provider, primarily in the on-line payment market. Our products encompass a variety of payment technologies as well as our own integration tool kit and direct marketing software platform that allows us to better support our payment technology clients.


Established in 2001, Collective Point of Sale Solutions Ltd. (CollectivePOS) is a leading Canadian provider of debit & credit payment processing services and secure point-of-sale solutions. The Company services more than 9,000 small and medium sized businesses and processes more than $1 billion dollars annually. CollectivePOS offers payment processing solutions for dial-up, high-speed internet, e-commerce and mobile environments in both Canadian & US funds. CollectivePOS is based in Toronto, Canada.

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And it's still quite in here..... is everyone out on this?
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