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Subject: PAY Earnings Release moved up to Dec 27, 2002 Date: 12/23/2007 9:55 PM
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Are you guys aware that the earnings announce for PAY has been moved up from January to Thurs Dec 27th as reported by Briefing.com?

http://news.briefing.com/GeneralContent/Investor/Active/ArticlePopup/ArticlePopup.aspx?ArticleId=NS20071221103214LookingAhead

Does anyone think this is wise/shrewd of the company in order try to take advantage of the low volume, low news week as a way to get a short squeeze and maybe a mention on CNBC given they have 200% YOY Income growth based on their guidance? Or, do you think it would be smarter to re-announce/release the earnings after new year when everyone will be back?

I know the CEO was interviewed on CNBC before due to the high earnings growth, CNBC archives show him on there 05/23/06, 12/08/06, 06/13/07, and 09/07/07, so maybe he has connections to get on TV to re-assure investors, that would definitely move the stock.

I am new to Motley Fool and have several thousand shares of the PAY, at avg $24.50 bought after the drop, then it slide down and now seems to be getting its footing.

Does anyone think if the stock pops above my cost that I should take my oppty to get out at breakeven or a little better if that happens on Thursday or would it be the Foolish thing to do to stay in longer?

Thanks for any replies.
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