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Holiday Island Holdings, Inc. Announces BUYINS.NET Issues Squeeze Trigger Report

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BUYINS.NET Issues Holiday Island Holdings Squeeze Trigger Report

- Approximately 9.9 Million Shares Shorted Since August 2009

- Short Squeeze Has Begun As Stock Above $0.01 Squeeze Trigger Price

HOLIDAY ISLAND, Ark., Feb. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Holiday Island Holdings, Inc. (OTCPK: HIHI), an emerging small cap company transitioning to a real estate development, management, and marketing firm, announced today BUYINS.NET,, a leading provider of Regulation SHO compliance monitoring, short sale trading statistics and market integrity surveillance, has initiated coverage on Holiday Island Holdings (OTC: HIHI) after releasing the latest short sale data through February 14, 2014. The total aggregate number of shares shorted since August 2009 is approximately 9.9 million shares. Approximately 14.6% of daily trading volume is short selling.  The Squeeze Trigger price for all HIHI shares shorted is $0.01.  A short squeeze has just begun as shares of HIHI closed above the $0.01 Squeeze Trigger price.

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Friction Factor calculates if a fair market is being made in the shares of HIHI. 58% of the previous 38 trading days have been positive or bullish-biased and 42% have been negative or bearish-biased.

Regulation SHO requires bona-fide market-making activities to include making purchases and sales in roughly comparable amounts. The Commission has stated that bona-fide market-making DOES NOT include activity that is related to speculative selling strategies or investment purposes of the broker-dealer and is disproportionate to the usual market making patterns or practices of the broker-dealer in that security. Likewise, where a market-maker posts continually at or near the best offer, but does not also post at or near the best bid, the market-maker's activities would not generally qualify as bona-fide market-making. Moreover, a market-maker that continually executes short sales away from its posted quotes would generally not be considered to be engaging in bona-fide market-making.

BUYINS.NET monitors HIHI market-makers daily for compliance with Fair Market-Making Requirements.


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