HMLA hits heights, CGFIA steady, MYEC tanks

Posted on: March 21st, 2011
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Homeland Resources Ltd. (Pink Sheets: HMLA) leaped 55.6% in price Monday to 35 cents, on volume of nearly 4 million shares. It was reported thаt a large-scale 3D seismic program hаѕ begun οn 83,043 acres (130 square miles) аt thе Liberty Ridge Project іn southern Oklahoma.

Colorado Goldfields Inc. (Pink Sheets: CGFIA) was among the volume leaders in micro-caps Monday, trading in 40.8 million shares, still short of its average of nearly 51 million. Share prices were flat at seven-100ths of a cent.

MyECheck Inc. (Pink Sheets: MYEC) tailed off 56.5% in price to half a cent Monday, on slight volume of 450 shares, way below its average of more than 66,000. MYEC is an electronic transaction processor and provider of alternative payment solutions.

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