QTXB just the tonic, ELCR rolls off lot, NGHI loses luster

Posted on: March 24th, 2011
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QuantRx Biomedical Corp. (Pink Sheets: QTXB) sprinted to the fore among microcaps Thursday, garnering 111.5% to close at 3.49 cents. Volume for the stock was 34,600 shares, nosing out its full-day average of 30,594. QTXB is a broad-based diagnostics company focused on the development and commercialization of innovative point-of-care diagnostic products.

Electric Car Company Inc. (Pink Sheets: ELCR) traded in 70.2 million shares Thursday, still just better than half its normal volume of 125.7 million. Share prices, though, were flat at one-100th of a cent.

Nevada Gold Holdings Inc. (Pink Sheets: NGHI) slumped 55.6% in Thursday’s trading to 10 cents. Volume for the stock was 37,834, or better than five times its daily average.

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