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OzSuper comment / SPAM - Zero tolerance
« on: January 23, 2011, 11:11:25 PM »
Just a little reminder that this forum has zero tolerance for SPAM postings.

Postings must add something to the topics of share trading or website

  • off topic posts = SPAM
  • Non-English posts = SPAM
  • Many postings, inside the one board or across multiple boards = SPAM

These posts will be removed and users banned - without notice, and without regret.

For all others enjoy the forum.   8)

Sorry but has been suffering from incomplete updates from 21-Sep-2010 till today (23-Jan-2011), 124 days. The problem is now corrected. Numbers have been retrospectively recalculated.

This was effecting new ASX companies since September, and therefore these companies were not included into the RANK% numbers day by day. Also the company pages were missing for these new companies.

For anyone who has used these numbers or been frustrated that they could not find the information that they were looking for - apologies.

This also highlights that all usage of information both within and without must be reviewed and used carefully.


Trading strategies / Bought ASX.RCP @ $0.021 on Thu 2010-08-19
« on: September 29, 2010, 11:55:16 AM »
Bought ASX.RCP @ $0.021 on Thu 2010-08-19


Listed on OzSuper extreme reporting 2010-06-30, Gains(3), Loss(1).
High grade copper miner
Very low on all time price history.


Trading strategies / Bought ASX.SRE @ $0.053 on Thu 2010-07-01
« on: July 15, 2010, 02:02:01 PM »
Bought ASX.SRE @ $0.053 on Thu 2010-07-01


    * 60% single day growth for 23% owned asx:RCP yesterday
    * 22% price rise today (2010-07-01)
    * 2010-02-03 DCM DECOmetal has applied for the 50,165,250 shortfall shares at $0.15 each
    * DCM DECOmetal still has 53% ownership and Financial commitment asat 2010-06-29



Trading strategies / Bought ASX.ROG @ $0.013 on Fri 2010-06-25
« on: June 25, 2010, 12:06:39 PM »
Bought ASX.ROG @ $0.013 on Fri 2010-06-25

  • Reducing loss down to $0.01 per share
  • Price appoaching 12 year low, ful ASX listing low
  • assets value = $0.02 per share


Red Sky Energy Limited
(ROG) is an oil and gas exploration company established to acquire, explore, assess and exploit oil and gas deposits in prospective tenements across Australia. ROG has first option and right to use its technology, Sky Hunter Airborne Geochemical Microseep Survey Technology (GMS), within onshore Australia for an 18-month period, which will focus on the Cooper, Carnarvon and Darling basins.

Trading strategies / Bought ASX.NOD @ $0.12 on Thu 2010-06-24
« on: June 25, 2010, 12:00:29 PM »
Bought ASX.NOD @ $0.12 on Thu 2010-06-24

  • Very low price
  • profitable in the past
  • Based in WA near mining boom
  • Volume low but present at small hightend levels
  • Issued shares stable at 138m
  • Assets cover $0.83 per share, way above share price
  • high price $3.40 back in Q3 2007

  • May continue to backslide


Nomad Building Solutions Limited (NOD) specialises in the manufacture, delivery and installation of modular buildings for a range of mid to large scale projects in the resources, oil and gas, construction, industrial and leisure sectors. The company owns four property, manufacturing and building businesses specializing in remote and regional constructions and project management across Australia including Nomad Modular Building Pty Ltd, McGrath Homes, Halley Homes and Rapley Wilkinson.

Trading strategies / Bought ASX.LSR @ $0.09 on Wed 2010-05-05
« on: June 09, 2010, 02:56:03 PM »
Bought ASX.LSR @ $0.09 on Wed 2010-05-05


    * Highly volatility stock.
    * Price growth currently in a dip with upward potential.


Lodestar Minerals Limited is exploring for nickel at the highly prospective Penfolds tenements, which cover three known nickel belts, and are only 12 kilometres from Kambalda, a world class nickel province in Western Australia.
Nickel has already been discovered on the tenements, and the ground is largely unexplored using modern drilling and geophysical techniques.

Trading strategies / Bought ASX.DUO @ $0.18 on Tue 2010-05-25
« on: May 26, 2010, 08:18:13 PM »
Bought ASX.DUO @ $0.18 on Tue 2010-05-25


    * High volatility stock.
    * Price travelling in the low range for this stock

Trading strategies / Bought ASX.PAB @ $0.115 on Wed 2010-04-28
« on: April 30, 2010, 01:35:42 PM »
Bought ASX.PAB @ $0.115 on Wed 2010-04-28

  • High volatility stock.
  • Price travelling in the low range for this stock
  • Reducing cash reserves
  • No profit
  • Large potential in it's possible patent and R&D

Patrys Limited (PAB) is focused on the development of natural human antibody-based therapies for the treatment of cancer. The company is also exploring opportunities to deploy its technologies in additional indications, either internally or through third parties, including cardiovascular, autoimmune and central nervous system disorders.

Trading strategies / Bought ASX.JAL @ $0.082 on Wed 2010-04-28
« on: April 30, 2010, 01:24:35 PM »
Bought ASX.JAL @ $0.082 on Wed 2010-04-28

  • High volatility stock.
  • Discontinung major mining operations
  • Awaiting to see companies next move
  • Price has suffered a sharp downturn - 12.8% on 2010-04-20 Fri, risky, but a chance for an upswing

Trading strategies / Bought ASX.BTV @ $0.275 on Tue 2010-04-27
« on: April 30, 2010, 01:17:17 PM »
Bought ASX.BTV @ $0.275 on Tue 2010-04-27

  • High volatility stock.
  • Company undergoing capital restructure
  • Price growth currently in a dip with upward potential.
  • Growing Earnings Per Share (EPS)

Batavia Mining Limited (BTV) is an Australian investment and exploration company.

Just bought NTU shares at $0.10 on the ASX.

This is my first declaration to show results of using the site as a stock scanner/selector.

Stay tuned for further news.

OzSuper has increased its maximum time frame for charts from 1 to 2 years. The timeframe has a performance impact for OzSuper web site so was originally set to a moderate 1 year. This doubling of the timeframe provides a great method of better seeing the bigger picture on a stock.

OzSuper will continue to monitor this limit, and a further expansion of time is possible in the future.

The standard options on the Company Home pages are:

30 days Price Candle Stick Charting ….
150 days Price Candle Stick Charting …
356 days Price Candle Stick Charting…
750 days Price Candle Stick Charting…

NEW YORK - Stocks had their worst day of trading since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks Tuesday, hurtling the Dow Jones industrials down more than 400 points on a worldwide tide of concern that the U.S. and Chinese economies are stumbling and that share prices have become overinflated.
The steepness of the market's drop, as well as its global breadth, signaled a possible correction after a long period of stable and steadily rising stock markets that had not been shaken by such a volatile day of trading in several years.

Extract Source:

Tuesday March 6, 02:41 AM

Global stock market slump continues
LONDON (AFP) - Stock markets in Asia, Europe and the United States spiralled lower on Monday, compounding last week's sharp losses, driven by weak investor confidence and warnings of a strong correction.

Wall Street shares opened lower as various concerns -- ranging from unease about economic growth in the United States to worries over China's stock market boom -- rattled investors around the globe. However, European indices pared their losses in late afternoon deals.
Equities started sliding last week as investors took profits from high stock prices and cut their risk exposure amid fears of a strong correction to markets after many indices had hit multi-year peaks earlier in the year.
"Some sort of consolidation was due and with a background of rising interest rates, the markets were vulnerable, and along came a lot of profit-taking in China and that was enough to kick-start the whole thing," said Mike Lenhoff, analyst with Brewin Dolphin Securities in London.
"What we are seeing is the progress of a correction and ... it will run its course when the markets have got to a 10-percent correction from top to bottom."
In opening New York trade, the Dow Jones Industrial Average slipped 0.49 percent to 12,055.21 points.
The broad-market Standard and Poor's 500 index shed 0.55 percent to 1,397.48 points while the tech-laden Nasdaq composite was down 0.91 percent at 2,346.36.
The falls came after the Dow had lost 4.2 percent last week in the worst showing since March 2003. Traders said the coming week could be just as volatile for the US markets.
Investors were spooked last week by sharp falls in Chinese share prices and comments about a possible recession in the United States by former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan. As a result, world stocks indices suffered steep losses of between four and ten percent.
In late afternoon European trade on Monday, London's FTSE 100 index of leading shares tumbled 1.07 percent to 6,049.50 points, after earlier sinking beneath 6,000 points for the first time since October 9, 2006.
Lenhoff forecast that the FTSE would hit a low point of 5,800 points during the current correction.

Frankfurt's DAX 30 dived 1.42 percent to 6,509.71 points and in Paris the CAC 40 lost 0.66 percent to 5,388.64.
"Losses (on Wall Street) ahead of the weekend break have already taken their toll on Asian markets in early trade and the impact is likely to be significant for European stocks," said Matt Buckland, trader at CMC Markets.
A fresh wave of selling struck US stocks on Friday at the end of a bad week for global markets, as economic concerns resurfaced and investors retrenched before the weekend.
On Monday, the Tokyo market extended its losing streak to a fifth trading day, closing down 3.34 percent at the lowest level for over two months on concerns about the health of global markets and a stronger yen, dealers said.
In Moscow, the Russian market lost more than five percent of its value by mid-day on Monday after a cumulative loss of seven percent last week.
Indian share prices plunged almost four percent Monday in line with other Asian bourses.
Investors in China endured a rollercoaster ride last week as the key index in Shanghai recorded its sharpest single-day decline in 10 years amid fears the government would slap capital gains taxes on securities investments.
On Monday, the Shanghai Composite Index fell 1.63 percent to 2,785.31 points.
"It did start with what happened in China," Lenhoff said of last Tuesday's near 9.0-percent plunge in Chinese share prices.
"All you need is some sort of trigger for a shake-out if markets are vulnerable, which they were anyway because they had risen without any major consolidation since the trauma of last May."

Other financial markets were roiled by the continued downturn.
Crude oil prices dropped about a dollar per barrel on Monday as traders reacted to heavy falls in equities.
The yen meanwhile hit three-month highs against the dollar and euro on Monday, as the Japanese currency continued to benefit from the global stock market slump, dealers said.
They added that the dollar's slump against the yen highlighted an unwinding of so-called yen carry trades by speculators who have binged on Japan's cheap credit to fund investments elsewhere.

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