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|regandjess: Whats with this share,been watching a while but havent bought in, Seems a good RNS today, no movement in share price and no posts on BB..Very strange.!!!!!!!!|
|finsburycircus: Volume continues to rise on a rising share price...very promising early days!|
|finsburycircus: The share price is begining to behave very promisingly...and on good (if hard to decipher!) volume.
EVO, as the new brokers, look clearly to be walking this share up...indeed we might shortly start moving up in 1-2p units from past experience.
Remember there was no 'good' reason for being below about 15p in the first place!
All looks set for say 18p fairly soon.|
|finsburycircus: agreed rocketfuel...somewhere around 15-20p share price could be in sight very soon I think just to begin with...simply as 'reality' returns to the share.
longer term it looks exceptionally interesting too|
|skyracer: Yes there definitely seems to be a large seller suppressing the LSE share price. Cant last forever. Hi CR, good thread you started on TMF.|
|umair: The very fact that the share price seems to be showing resilience in spite of the large seller is surely very exciting ?
Low volumes on ASX, but then again, why would you buy there if it is so much cheaper to get them on AIM ?|
|scotswhaehae: CR you may have seen the change of broker RNS...Aussie share price now usefully higher/fundamentals improving/any share issue likely to be only after a push by the new broker imo...|
|ramnik007: More positive news today should add to share price momentum.|
|skyracer: ZRL reminds me of DWY which drifted into the doldrums, then in April 2007 BHP bought a stake and the share price took off.|
|tasciovanus: Hey Gagner.
What's your take on the current rise over at ZNI? 9% today, 24% on the week, 44% on the month, 56% over six months. With ZRL having a 49% stake in ZNI shouldn't the ZRL share price also be reflecting the ZNI growth?|
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