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OzSuper comment / 2010 ASX Code and Name changes updated
« Last post by Joe on June 14, 2010, 12:58:06 PM »
The 2010 Name and Ticker code changes have been updated.

For 2010 Detail News Items, refer to:

Trading strategies / Sold ASX.LSR @ $0.15 on Wed 2010-06-06 - Profit 66%
« Last post by Ian on June 09, 2010, 03:10:15 PM »
Firstly apologies for the missed posting on the BUY. the post was done in a retrospective way. This reduces the power of these postings. I must have just missed doing it back in May.

This is the first of this group of stocks to be sold.

Buy Price:  $0.09 on 2010-05-05
Sell Price:   $0.15 on 2010-06-06

Profit: 66.67% growth over a 35 elapsed day trade.
With an assumed trading overhead of 14 days out of the market, this allows for 7 such trades in a year.
Assuming compounding...  enough said - very happy with this one.

Price did spike as high as $0.175 (wow) but I did manage to catch it on the way down. Good enough.
Trading strategies / Bought ASX.LSR @ $0.09 on Wed 2010-05-05
« Last post by Ian 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
« Last post by Ian 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
OzSuper comment / Dividend information updated and enhanced
« Last post by Joe on May 22, 2010, 05:37:55 PM »
OzSuper has now extended the fundamental data to include the upcoming Dividend details

eg: Westpac -

Fields are:
  • DIVIDEND DATE EX - Date stock goes Ex Dividend
  • DIVIDEND DATE PAY - Date the dividend is Payable
  • DIVIDEND AMOUNT - Dividend money amount (AUD)
  • DIVIDEND FRANKING - Percentage of Dividend that is Franked

Also all Dividend dates are being logged into the OzSuper News functionality,
for a Stock - example:
Westpac -

Across all stocks - example:
From the News Summary top screen button -
Drill down is available for:
DV - Dividend Information -
XD - Ex Dividend  Information -

Even more useful is viewing the details across all stocks, access via the Detail News page

DV -
XD -
OzSuper comment / Refresh of Fundamental data with current figures
« Last post by Joe on May 07, 2010, 11:33:57 AM »
Due to a change to a more reliable data supplier, the stock "Fundamental" data has now been refreshed and enhanced. This feature will now be keep better up to date, with more potential to provide further statistics into the future.

The numbers are currently shown:

as part of each company home page

and also some fields form part of the "Extreme ASX Stock Reporting"

Have fun, any comments let me know.
Trading strategies / ASX.NTU Background...
« Last post by Ian on April 30, 2010, 01:50:48 PM »

Northern Uranium Limited ('Northern Uranium') is an Australian based company exploring for uranium in Western Australia (‘WA’) and the Northern Territory (‘NT’).  Northern Uranium listed on the Australian Stock Exchange in November 2006 (ASX code – NTU) after completing a successful IPO.

The company’s primary focus is on its Gardiner-Tanami Super Project, comprising some 9,950 square kilometres of tenements in the Granites-Tanami region of WA and the NT.  Northern Uranium’s other projects also lie within WA and the NT and cover several different styles of uranium mineralisation.

Geologically, the Gardiner-Tanami Super Project area compares favourably with both the Alligator Rivers region in the NT and the Athabasca Basin in Canada, the latter being host to the world’s highest-grade unconformity-related uranium deposits. Worldwide, similarly prospective areas for this type of uranium deposit are rare.

At Northern Uranium, our exploration strategy involves the rapid development of drill-ready targets via the utilisation of sound exploration models and techniques and a focus on known uranium occurrences. The application of geophysical and remote-sensing technology will enhance the potential for drill success.

In February 2007, Northern Uranium announced the formation of a strategic alliance with the French nuclear group, Areva NC, via its wholly owned subsidiaries, Areva NC Australia Pty Ltd (Areva) and Afmeco Mining and Exploration Pty Ltd (Afmex).  Under the terms of the agreement, Afmex has become the operator of uranium exploration and development of the Gardiner-Tanami Super Project (including Denison Range).  Areva may provide requested technical services to support Northern Uranium's other exploration efforts in Australia, and Areva will also market any uranium produced by Northern Uranium.  In addition, Areva has a substantial shareholding in Northern Uranium and a nominee of Areva has been appointed to Northern Uranium's Board of Directors.

Our Directors have broad technical and corporate expertise, including uranium exploration experience. The Executive Chairman held a senior role with the exploration division of the Australian Atomic Energy Commission’s uranium branch in the 1970s.

The main focus of the Company’s uranium exploration effort is the Gardiner-Tanami Super Project, which comprises 11,700km˛ of granted tenements and tenement applications in the Granites-Tanami region of WA/NT. The project capitalises on the experience of French global nuclear group Areva NC, through its wholly owned subsidiary Afmeco Mining and Exploration Pty Ltd (Afmex), the project operator. The vision is the discovery of large, high grade, high value unconformity-related uranium deposits.

Northern Uranium has commenced an investigation of the phosphate potential at its Kurundi Project in the NT. Part of the Kurundi Project tenement package is within the Georgina Basin where sedimentary rocks are known to host several major phosphate deposits, including Duchess-Phosphate Hill in Queensland, and Wonarah and Highland Plains in the NT.  Kurundi is an important uranium exploration project for Northern Uranium, the focus being the small but historically high grade (0.5% U3O8) Munadgee uranium mine.

The Epenarra phosphate project, adjacent to Kurundi, is over 2,900km˛ in area in the Georgina Basin, only 50km from the Wonarah deposit and covering the same favourable geology.  The Company has also expanded its interest in phosphate into the Amadeus Basin in an area near Alice Springs. Previous exploration in an area now covered by an adjacent tenement is reported to include records of drilling with intersections of up to 6m at 22.8% P2O5.

Trading strategies / Bought ASX.PAB @ $0.115 on Wed 2010-04-28
« Last post by Ian 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
« Last post by Ian 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
« Last post by Ian 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.

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