CWRL leaps, CMGR trades, SVSA sets

Posted on: March 30th, 2011
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CornerWorld Corp. (Pink Sheets: CWRL) shares ballooned 150% in price to 20 cents Wednesday morning. The company bought and sold 57,500 shares, compared with 10,808 on an average day. CWRL is a marketing and technology services company creating opportunities from the increased accessibility of content across mobile, television and internet platforms.

Camelot Entertainment Group Inc. (Pink Sheets: CMGR) dealt in 29.6 million shares Wednesday, catching rapidly up on an average of 115.1 million. Share prices were flat at one-100th of a cent. Yesterday, CMGR announced that DarKnight Pictures’ POOLBOY: DROWNING OUT THE FURY has completed post-production.

SunVesta Inc. (Pink Sheets: SVSA) dove 60% in price to eight cents, on volume of 50,000 shares, or better than double its daily average.

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