Hip, Hip, Hurrah and Yippy Skippy; Yippy.com Gains Nearly 58% Following Monday’s Trading (YIPI)

Yippy.com, or Yippy (OTC: YIPI), announced last Friday that they would be merging with MuseGlobal sometime later this year. While the announcement wasn’t reflected in Friday’s trading, a quick glance at today’s numbers shows that the companies involved are regarded by many traders and market insiders to be top-to-bottom synergistic.

Here’s something that we haven’t often seen since the seemingly-perfect marriage of Time-Warner and AOL – a fabled nightmare that bit nearly every investor.

Investors in the companies’ “Welcome to The Cloud” (registered trademark phrase) remain on cloud nine following today’s surprise tidal wave of successful volume trading. Seemingly, the two companies share a vision that a simple catchphrase envisions, regardless of most people’s understanding of cloud computing technology.

Federation technology and data harvesting are the strong points of MuseGlobal’s business that place their Smart Connectors at the forefront of their work for both public and private companies of all sizes. Their interoperability solutions are at the core of their value to Yippy and certainly bring something to the table in this merger. The San Francisco-based company is an affordable and scalable component of what many believe will be a cloud certainty in terms of searches in the near future.

The sheer volume of web pages that have aggregated over the last three years is something that “big search” may not be able to handle. These two companies believe that, together, they can solve this issue and move forward ahead of Google and Yahoo as they march into a clearly expanding digital world.

Yippy is a proven provider of not only family friendly content, but also award-winning deep research and searches. IBM remains a 10% stakeholder in Yippy, and consequently, MuseGlobal. Additionally, they have licensed their Velocity software to the two in perpetuity and with no limits on its use for web-based searched.

In addition to snappy rhetoric and catchphrases, the two companies believe that they are in a position to underprice their competition while growing exponentially, a balance few are in a position to achieve. 

Today’s stock increase shows that the two CEOs have a few fanboys and investors who believe them.

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