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May 18, 2017 11:50 AM ET

Archived: BUYINS.NET: GEMP SqueezeTrigger Price is $10.62. There is $2,197,864 That Short Sellers Still Need To Cover.

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May 18, 2017 / M2 PRESSWIRE / BUYINS.NET / www.buyins.net is monitoring Gemphire Therapeutics (NASDAQ:GEMP) in real time and just received an alert that GEMP is crossing above its primary SqueezeTrigger Price, the price that a short squeeze can start in any stock. There are 205600 shares that have been shorted at the volume weighted average SqueezeTrigger Price of $10.62. To access SqueezeTrigger Prices ahead of potential short squeezes beginning, visit http://www.buyins.net .

From August 2009 to April 2017, an aggregate amount of 2624492 shares of GEMP have been shorted for a total dollar value of $26244920. The GEMP SqueezeTrigger price of $10.62 is the volume weighted average price that all shorts are short in shares of GEMP. There is still approximately $2,197,864 of potential short covering in shares of GEMP.

Buyins.net has built a massive database that collects, analyzes and publishes a proprietary SqueezeTrigger Price for each stock that has been shorted. The data has then been integrated into an automated trading platform which can be used to connect to a live online broker and automate your trading of short squeeze events. It is extremely powerful with lightening fast execution at a very low price. Both the trading software and SqueezeTrigger data feed are available at http://www.buyins.net .

Gemphire Therapeutics (NASDAQ:GEMP) – Gemplus International S.A is a supplier of prepaid phonecards in France and elsewhere. The Company is a provider of technology, products and services that enable wireless network operators to offer their customers secure voice and data communications and transactions through mobile phones, and that enable companies, financial institutions and public entities to provide customized services to their customers and employees through a range of systems, including financial card networks, loyalty and bonus point programs and identification and Internet security systems.

During the year ended December 31, 2004, Gemplus operated through three main business segments: Telecommunications, which includes wireless products, such as subscriber identification modules (SIMs), related software and services and prepaid phonecards for fixed-telephony operators; Financial Services and Security, which focuses on applications for the financial services sector and corporate and national identity card programs to facilitate identification and secure transactions within a variety of systems, and Identity and Security, which includes systems and services based on chip card technology in areas, such as national identity (ID), healthcare, drivers’ licenses, car registration, passport and visa, e-government secured services, physical and logical access control, as well as chip card readers and interfacing technologies. In 2004, the Company completed the planned reorganization of its corporate structure by transferring most of the subsidiaries of Gemplus S.A. to Gemplus International S.A. In April 2005, the Company purchased Setec OY, supplies conventional and electronic travel passports to various governments and products involving secure printing.

In both the Telecommunications and Financial Services and Security businesses, Gemplus provides a range of software and services that allow its customers to implement and manage sophisticated systems. The Company’s software includes card management systems that allow its customers to manage card issuance, update data, download applications and obtain user information. Its services include customization, technical support, consulting, system design and integration and system operation. Many chip sales are combined and priced or sold together with sales of these services and software.

The Company also provides non-chip card products and services in other areas that are related to its chip card businesses, such as magnetic stripe payment cards for banks and card-based transportation access products that operate in conjunction with authentication and non-repudiation software. Gemplus provides chip card readers and other devices, including reader chipsets for use by third-party manufacturers.

Telecommunications

Within Gemplus’ Telecommunications business segment, the Company’s wireless products and services are based on SIM. The Company’s telecommunications products and services consist primarily of SIM-based products, software and services for wireless communications operators and chip-based prepaid phonecards for public pay telephone operators. Some of the Company’s customers in this segment include China Mobile, China Telecom, China Unicom, Cingular, France Telecom, H3G, MTS, Nextel, NTT DoCoMo, Orange, STC, Telemar, Telmex, T-Mobile, Telefonica, Turkcell and Vodafone.

Financial Services and Security

Within the Financial Services and Security segments, Gemplus’ chip card products and services are used by government and financial, retail and other businesses to provide an array of services and to manage customer relationships. In the identification systems and security networks markets, the Company’s products and services are used to provide both secure access to restricted facilities and computer networks and to increase the effectiveness of other identification and security systems.

Secure chip card technology offers a platform for a variety of financial and banking service applications, such as credit/debit cards (payment cards), e-purse cards (cards that store cash values that ca.

The SqueezeTrigger database of billions of short sale transactions goes back to January 1, 2005 and calculates the exact price at which the Total Short Interest is short in each stock. This data was never before available prior to January 1, 2005 because the Self Regulatory Organizations (primary exchanges) guarded it aggressively. After the SEC passed Regulation SHO, exchanges were forced to allow data processors like Buyins.net to access the data. Total Short Interest is the number of shares shorted but not yet covered, and is different from total short volume. To access SqueezeTrigger Prices ahead of potential short squeezes beginning, visit http://www.buyins.net

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