Yippee! for Yippy! (YIPI)

Fresh on the footsteps of merger news, Yippy Incorporated (OTC:YIPI) spiked for the second day in a row.

The gain of forty-three cents or 23% came on the heels of Monday’s 50 plus cent up move.

In the past two days Yippy’s stock price has climbed from $1.25 to a closing price of $2.28 yesterday. Volume continues to run higher than average with nearly 800,000 shares exchanging hands.

The recent buying spree by investors comes after a steady climb in the stock price that began in early May.

Earlier in the trading session yesterday, Yippy kissed a new annual high price of $2.34. The annual low for the stock is eleven cents, a point reached four months ago.

The run up in the stock the last few days has been fueled by the agreement between Yippy and MuseGlobal. Yippy, a Fort Meyers based company, holds the perpetual license for a web-based software application known as Velocity.

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