April 26, 2017 / M2 PRESSWIRE / BUYINS.NET / www.buyins.net is monitoring Americas Silver Corp (NYSE:USAS) in real time and just received an alert that USAS is crossing above its primary SqueezeTrigger Price, the price that a short squeeze can start in any stock. There are 100500 shares that have been shorted at the volume weighted average SqueezeTrigger Price of $3.02. To access SqueezeTrigger Prices ahead of potential short squeezes beginning, visit http://www.buyins.net .
From August 2009 to March 2017, an aggregate amount of 1928842 shares of USAS have been shorted for a total dollar value of $5786526. The USAS SqueezeTrigger price of $3.02 is the volume weighted average price that all shorts are short in shares of USAS. There is still approximately $311,550 of potential short covering in shares of USAS.
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Americas Silver Corp (NYSE:USAS) – USA Talks.com, Inc., formerly SBB, Inc., is a development stage company which adopted its current name in July 1998, following a corporate reorganization between SBB, Inc. and Alfine Corporation. Pursuant to the reorganization and plan of merger, Alfine received 95% of the total issued and outstanding stock of SBB, Inc. Alfine, a development stage company formed in 1991, had commenced the development of an Internet-based long distance telephone network. In addition, Alfine holds the exclusive worldwide licensing rights for its Phonetic Speech Recognizer and Speaker Verification/Identification, as well as for certain audio compression technology.
USA Talks.com’s strategic objective is to market maintainable toll quality long distance telephone service for a flat monthly rate utilizing Internet Protocol (IP) technology. The Company is building its own private IP network (Intranet” to implement its Voice-Over-Internet Protocol.The Company’s Intranet is a private network that acts like a dedicated circuit but actually shares the circuit with multiple users and eliminates in large part the need for expensive (to install, maintain and use) fixed-to-point hard-wired private lines and switches. The USA Talks.com’s Intranet is comprised of programmed software, not hard-wired circuits, which results in significant cost savings and a more flexible system for the transmission of information, including voice, video, data and fax.
USA Talks.com commenced its marketing efforts in late February 1999, and its prospective customers include small and large businesses and residential users, and resellers (customers who purchase the service at a reduced price and remarket it). USA Talks.com’s nationwide network, expected to be completed by mid-1999, will provide high quality, easy-to-use Internet-based long distance telecommunications service offering unlimited use for a flat monthly rate.The technologies employed by the Company allow its customers to make telephone-to-telephone calls using simple, fast call placement with their existing telephone equipment or special software–no computer equipment is required.
Operation of the network requires the installation of specialized equipment to be strategically located at sites selected to serve certain telephone markets. Such sites are known as Points of Presence (POPs). Those POPs serving broader geographical areas are referred to as Super POPs. During the last half of 1998, the Company developed the California portion of its network through the installation of four POPs located as follows: San Diego (serving the greater San Diego area); Irvine (serving Orange County and the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area), San Jose (serving the greater San Francisco and San Jose area); and Sacramento (serving the greater Sacramento area).
Presently,the Company is in the process of installing five Super POPs to enable it to offer nationwide service. These five Super POPs are being located as follows: Houston (serving several south-central states): Atlanta (serving the southeastern United States, except Florida); Tampa (serving the State of Florida); New York (serving the northeastern United States); and Chicago (serving the central United States). These Super POPs will service both out-bound (destination) and in-bound (origination) calls. Upon installation of the five Super POPs, it is anticipated that approximately 80% of the population of the continental United States will be able to make a long distance telephone call to anywhere within the continental United States by mid-1999.
USA Talks.com has contracts with Williams Co. to provide fixed-cost Internet service between POPs.The Company also has contracts with certain competitive local exchange carriers to deliver calls to the destination telephone and to allow for overflow traffic when needed.
The market for Internet telephony services is expected to be extremely competitive. USA Talks.com expects to compete with other companies including VocalTec’s Internet Phone, QuarterDeck’s WebPhone and Microsoft’s NetMeeting. In addition.
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