Will Twentyfour/seven Ventures (TWYF) Stock Bust Loose?

TWYF Stock, Twentyfour/seven Ventures Inc.If you were to get busted in Colorado and needed to post bail, A Alpha Bail Bonds, a subsidiary of Twentyfour/seven Ventures, Inc. (TWYF), offers an array of Bail Bond Services that might fit your bill. If you were just simply looking to make a couple of bucks in advance of what is likely to be one of the bigger penny stock promotions this month, then you simply might just pull TWYF stock up on your screen and look for an entry point under the current 0.05 range. After two trading sessions of increasing volume, a substantial increase to their authorized shares, plans to acquire a major U.S. company, and just 16,000,000 shares in the current public float, not having this on your list of penny stocks to watch this week would be a crime in and of itself.

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Market Cap: 4.08M
Last: 0.051 ▲ +0.001 (+2.00%)
Volume: 710,783
Dollar Volume: $36,250
Open: 0.0505
High: 0.065
Low: 0.05
Trades: 53
14-Day RSI: 52.67%
1st Resistance Point: 0.0607
1st Support Level: 0.0457
52Wk High: 0.1412
52Wk Low: 0.026

Up until Thursday of last week, Twentyfour/seven Ventures Inc. was just another semi-dormant SEC reporting company that had been set up with the legal assistance of Jody M. Walker, a well known connection to a long list of big named penny stock promotions over the few years like Vapor Hub International Inc. (VHUB), Rightscorp, Inc. (RIHT) and KonaRed Corporation (KRED). There wasn’t much reason to think that TWYF stock could be a possible pump since J. M. Walker & Associates is based in Colorado, A Alpha Bail Bonds LLC does their business in Colorado, the corporation was set up as a Colorado domicile, and even Ronald R. Chadwick, P.C., the accountant listed on the S-1 filing, is based out of Colorado.

The scenario changed for the better late on Wednesday after Twentyfour/seven Ventures filed an 8K naming two new directors to the Company and plans to diversify and expand their financial business which currently is focused on a specialty program platform for insurance agents selling surety bonds for Bankers Insurance, a national insurance company. Adding Dennis White and Christopher Daniels as directors, the plan moving forward is to license or acquire companies and assets that will accelerate the new subsidiary’s development.

Twentyfour/seven Ventures is already a revenue reporting company, having reported $144,086 and $263,143 for the 3 and 6 months ended June 30, 2014 versus $156,631 and $302,773 for the same respective periods the year prior. Having just barely missing the mark in terms of reporting income from operations, the query as to how they were able to finance their bail bonds business when 64,000,000 of the 80,000,000 issued and outstanding shares are held by insiders. While it may only be $53,000 borrowed, the significance of KBM Worldwide, Inc., a New York corporation with its address at 80 Cuttermill Road, Suite 410, Great Neck, NY 11021, being involved is why TWYF stock looks primed to be pumped in the coming sessions.

KBM Worldwide is due to have access to TWYF shares at 58% of the closing price, the average of the lowest three closing bid prices of TWYF during the last ten trading days. The deal is supposed to become “live” 180 days after the March 27, 2014 agreement which would mean in 16 days, KBM Worldwide, a toxic financier out of the same stretch of woods (less than 1 mile apart) that Asher Enterprises is, is due to collect on their debt.

The linkage alone with KBM Worldwide gives traders more than enough reason to begin tracking the activities of TWYF stock. It wasn’t until March 27 of this year when KBM Worldwide first started showing up in SEC filings, starting off with AnythingIT, Inc. (ANYI), and has already shown up on 213 results, almost all of which are simply dilution pigs on the OTC.

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About TWYF Stock

Twentyfour/seven Ventures, Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiary, A Alpha Bail Bonds LLC, is a development stage company engaged in the bail bond business.

Click here to view the SEC filings for TWYF.
Click here to view the website for A Alpha Bail Bonds LLC.

Authorized: 9,000,000,000
Issued and Outstanding: 80,000,000

Last 5 Trading Sessions:

Date Open High Low Last Change % Chg Volume
09/05/14 0.0505 0.0650 0.0500 0.0510 +0.0010 +2.00% 710,700
09/04/14 0.0300 0.1000 0.0300 0.0500 +0.0240 +92.31% 386,600
08/29/14 0.0260 0.0260 0.0260 0.0260 -0.0040 -13.33% 5,100
08/26/14 0.0300 0.0300 0.0300 0.0300 unch unch 12,000
08/25/14 0.0300 0.0300 0.0300 0.0300 -0.0010 -3.23% 5,000


Bottom Line:

From the looks of things, TWYF is most definitely going to be a promoted penny stock. If one simply looked and saw that the current data shows that the float is only 16,000,000, TWYF stock would have a great chance of running upwards into the 20’s. When you then look and see that KBM Worldwide is involved and the Company voted to increase their authorized shares to 9 billion on Friday, suspecting a turn downwards soon after alerts are issued has shorts salivating over the crime.

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