Yes Sir. We'll do.Lol. I already have started making money on the account, but can't sell till it gets at least $2.00/share. Who are the unsmart people selling at this low? ;)
(Picking up from "Letter to Shareholders" #5)
As mentioned previously, the Company is evaluating several partnership deals as well as acquisitions targets that have been announced. We close deals close when the numbers make sense. Right now the numbers do not make sense, but we will continue to negotiate as I do think there is value in everything. Just how much is the question to be answered.
(Picking up from "Letter to Shareholders" #4)
Yippy filed an extension notice for the Company's annual report for FY 2013 due to needing evaluation of the asset values via a third party to further strengthen our balance sheet. It remains Yippy's goal to either list on NASDAQ once we have achieved consistent and significant revenue growth, or sell the company. Either way, this is the most important filing as the asset values of what we have created and acquired during the last fiscal year needs special attention to maximize shareholder value. Time and patience is all that is needed.
(Picking up from "Letter to Shareholders" #3)
Financially, Yippy achieved more top line revenue last month (August 2013) than we did in our last reported quarter mainly from enterprise not advertising revenue. Our top line sales for FY 2013 was approximately $458,000 up 500% year over year. Yippy sold off several non-essential programs in a wholly owned subsidiary so this number may be adjusted north once the auditors decide how to book the transaction. We anticipate that top line revenues in FY 2014 will continue to grow exponentially.
(PIcking up from "Letter to Shareholders" #2)
We are determined to stay focused on expanding the Yippy search indexes ever bigger and with more depth. Our index growth over the next couple of months will be extensive. Partnerships with companies to provide localized information for service companies such as plumbers or restaurants will be added to Yippy in the near future. Currently, we are indexing all major newswires around the world to provide up to minute news and information which will be added in the coming days.
(PIcking up from "Letter to Shareholders" #1)
Yippy is currently in negotiations with major business leaders from around the world interested in bringing an alternative to Google, Yahoo and Bing into their countries for profit and to be able to control and filter information deemed irrelevant in real time. Citizens and business owners in other countries are equally disturbed as those in the U.S. with the NSA Prism program and seek similar solutions to privacy issues for their own purposes.
(If you search with the words like " IBM Vivisimo Yippy 10%", you 'll find tons of related articles. here is the one example.Good luck! I hope you are not kidding me. )
Vivisimo's Velocity search system has long been admired in the search industry for its clustering algorithm and capability. The Velocity search system was acquired by Yippy in May 2010 from Vivisimo, Inc. Vivisimo itself was acquired by IBM earlier this year. As part of the purchase, Yippy acquired from Vivisimo-IBM transferable, unlimited lifetime perpetual license for Velocity for Web-based search applications. Velocity is an extremely capable enterprise search software solution with patented clustering methods. IBM currently holds a 10% stake in Yippy. The combination of Velocity and MuseGlobal's connector technology make Yippy-MuseGlobal well positioned to take advantage of the emerging market for unified information access solutions.
(9/10/2013 original news from I-Newswire)
Yippy Inc. is anticipating a buyout by one of the tech majors.
Yippy Inc: The world leader in safe search with it's cutting edge Velocity cloud clustering technology is showing indications of a possible buyout by a larger tech company such as Google or IBM.
Most analysts believe that Yippy would be best suited for a Google buyout as it is essentially the Google of safe search. Filtering out questionable material for ages K - 12 and more specifically geared toward institutional uses in schools or libraries. Yippy, in the hands of Google, could see such placement on a global scale.
Others suggest that IBM may want to claim complete control of it's Velocity technology that only Yippy is licensed to use. Velocity, the cutting edge cloud clustering technology, was licensed to Yippy through Vivisimo, who was later acquired by IBM, leaving Yippy the only other company with the exclusive and transferable rights to this technology.
Yippy, it's board, and CEO, Richard Granville, who is not shy in claiming "Yippy is the finest engine for censorship, on Earth," voted recently to retain an M&A firm. When asked about a possible buyout Granville went on to say, "As soon as the thing takes off, they'll take us out, ..." referring to one of the larger tech companies.
It seems that such a buyout is in Granville's end game and instead of waiting for them to find him, Yippy may actually be taking their case to them. Following a record quarter and the expectation of breaking a million dollars in annual earnings, Yippy may be going for the trifecta with a Google acquisition. Or whichever major Yippy's M&A firm can get the best offer from, for that matter.