JAVOQ jumps, GERS deals, SBJX slips

Posted on: March 28th, 2011
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Javo Beverage Company Inc (OTCBB: JAVOQ) muscled 181.8% Monday morning to 31-100ths of a cent. Volume was 4.7 million shares, compared to a daily volume of one million.

Greenshift Corp. (Pink Sheets: GERS) traded in 245.2 million shares Monday, already surpassing its daily average of 142.6 million. Share prices were cut in half, however, to one-100th of a cent.

Subjex Corp. (Pink Sheets: SBJX) halved its price to seven-10ths of a cent Monday, on volume of 20,000 shares, catching up on a daily average of more than 92,000. Minnesota-based SBJX is an artificial intelligence development Company, delivering solutions for business and online commerce began working with Penny20 in mid-2010 to develop its model and to utilize Subjex’ Artificial Intelligence software libraries.

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