SCVM strengthens, AGEL sells, DCRD droops

Posted on: March 30th, 2011
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Scivanta Medical Corp (OTCBB: SCVM) chuted 296% in price Wednesday to close at four cents. Volume was a slight 4,000 shares, short of its daily average of 6,957.

Angel Acquisition Corp. (Pink Sheets: AGEL) took in superb volume Wednesday, trading in 67.6 million shares, outdistancing a daily average of 57.7 million, although share prices were halved to one one-hundreth of a cent.

Decor Products International Inc. (OTCBB: DCRD) slumped 55.1% in price Wednesday to close at 20 cents. Only 574 shares changed hands, a fraction of its daily average of 4,139. DCRD is a leading designer and manufacturer of decor paper products headquartered in Dongguan City, China.

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MITB grows, CMGR reschedules, SCVM slides

Posted on: March 28th, 2011
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Mcintosh Bancshares Inc (Pink Sheets: MITB) surged 400% in price Monday to 75 cents, on slight volume of 2,790 shares, or about double its normal daily volume.

Camelot Entertainment Group Inc. (Pink Sheets: CMGR) dealt in 46.4 million shares Monday, far below usual volume of 153.9 million. Share prices were flat at one-100th of a cent, only days after announcing CMGR was rescheduling its stockholder meeting for June.

Scivanta Medical Corp (OTCBB: SCVM) stumbled 59.6% in price to 1.01 cents Monday. Volume for the stock was 1,500, quite a way below its normal average of 7,447.

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