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frootloops
Posted on: Oct 28 2018, 07:02 PM


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You're right......i am here for something else. I'm here to learn. Many people on this board spend much time & energy to carry out research, analysis & post
insightful views. To them i am very grateful. Sadly, you're not one of them. For years you've been carrying on with a one dimensional agenda & when you
miss the mark you unashamedly kick the can down the road to the next P/H. No research, no thought, just shoot from the hip drivel. Clogging up the board
with waffle.

It's telling that in your last 2 posts you've used the same word twice. Guess!!! When i'm investing my money i'm not into the 'guessing game'.

The games up.
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frootloops
Posted on: Oct 28 2018, 08:52 AM


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I thought Independence Day 2014 was the day that mattered. Your timelines keep on slipping, slipping, slipping............
Is that because you have NO idea????
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frootloops
Posted on: Oct 21 2018, 09:57 AM


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Over 40 ASX IPO's in first half of 2018. More than 30 on the cards between now & xmas.

Don't you concern yourself with the facts!!!!!
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frootloops
Posted on: Oct 10 2018, 02:48 PM


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Textbook bounce off the 38% retracement line @ $18.50 this morning. Big gap ahead but looks as though it's upwards & onwards.
Next few days will tell.
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frootloops
Posted on: Aug 22 2018, 08:27 AM


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34.5c is not half way between 69c & 17c
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frootloops
Posted on: Aug 15 2018, 02:50 PM


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Ex Div.
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frootloops
Posted on: Apr 30 2018, 03:44 PM


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Just filled a big gap down to $10.80. All's good.
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frootloops
Posted on: Apr 23 2018, 03:35 PM


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Up $4 since xmas. 50%.
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frootloops
Posted on: Apr 14 2018, 08:31 AM


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No.....i'm not laughing with you, i'm laughing at you. You should change your moniker to 'Captain Clueless'.

Anyhow, you just keep kicking the can down the road from one P/H to the next.
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frootloops
Posted on: Apr 13 2018, 03:37 PM


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You've said the same thing for the past 4-5 Independence Day's.

Go outside & play with the other kids.
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frootloops
Posted on: Mar 16 2018, 03:41 PM


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Highest close in 11 yrs...........blue sky mining territory!!!
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frootloops
Posted on: Mar 14 2018, 03:54 PM


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He had to take a holiday. He got worn out from pulling your pants down all the time. Continually trying to explain the science to you
that you had absolutely no chance of comprehending.
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frootloops
Posted on: Mar 8 2018, 08:01 AM


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S&P March QTR rebalance due anyday.
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frootloops
Posted on: Dec 19 2017, 01:05 PM


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Charts aren't infallible but they do give buy & sell signals. Looking at a chart can tell you a lot about a stock.....whether you are long or short.

At present MNS is not giving any signals...just treading water. It needs to break the downtrend line @ .50c.

Charts: I never leave home without them. It's better than throwing darts at a board.
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frootloops
Posted on: Dec 19 2017, 12:09 PM


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You wouldn't have bought more if you looked at the chart. Still in a 18 month downtrend. Needs to break the line b4 i get interested.
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frootloops
Posted on: Dec 2 2017, 08:53 AM


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I know Panno. He has neither oar in the water. The game he keeps playing tells you everything. Every Public holiday for the past 3 yrs there was supposed to be some earth shattering
announcement. When there is nothing he just moves seemlessly to the next P/H. Wash & repeat. Had about 247 predictions & we know how many he got right.

Do you think i should tell him financial markets are closed on P/hols????
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frootloops
Posted on: Dec 1 2017, 10:14 AM


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Thanx for not answering my question. What's any of this got to do with BLT?????
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frootloops
Posted on: Dec 1 2017, 08:17 AM


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Ok, explain the relevance.
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frootloops
Posted on: Nov 30 2017, 11:33 AM


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Wrong board, AGAIN. Nothing to do with BLT!!!!!
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frootloops
Posted on: Oct 2 2017, 10:03 AM


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You got caught up in the opening auction. Some eager buyers pushed the price up to open @ 6.85. That's where you got swallowed up. It traded as high as 6.90
& has immediately dropped back. Similar auction happens at 4.10 closing when they spin the chocolate wheel.
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frootloops
Posted on: Jul 31 2017, 02:42 PM


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Grow up child!!!!
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frootloops
Posted on: May 9 2017, 03:42 PM


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That's funny. You don't understand anything about the science.
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frootloops
Posted on: May 9 2017, 02:45 PM


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You're on the wrong thread!!!
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frootloops
Posted on: Apr 24 2017, 01:03 PM


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Farma, i don't know where you live but in Aust. we only get 28 days in Feb. 2018.
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frootloops
Posted on: Oct 28 2016, 05:01 PM


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He asked a legitimate question looking for information. You rude prick!!!!
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frootloops
Posted on: Jan 7 2016, 05:14 PM


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Give it a rest Pop. You're like a broken record!!!!
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frootloops
Posted on: Mar 6 2015, 10:36 AM


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Frogster is right.
There are approx. 2200/2400 companies listed on the ASX. So many companies do not figure in any index's.
The All Ord's comprise the top 500 companies(give or take).
CUV has been included in the All Ord's.

It is NOT in the ASX 200.
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frootloops
Posted on: Oct 29 2014, 11:03 AM


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There may be a couple of other reasons for the share price weakness & i'm surprised no one has mentioned them.

T+3 traders are possibly exiting & also Mondays price jump created a huge gap which i think is in the process of being filled.
I'd be much more comfortable for this to be closed b4 we move forward.
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frootloops
Posted on: Sep 26 2014, 03:49 PM


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Wouldn't surprise me to see this fall back to fill in the massive gap from July 25 when the takeover was announced.
Be good to get this filled b4 it heads north again.
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frootloops
Posted on: Sep 23 2010, 05:01 PM


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B4 we have a trend reversal that big gap up above needs to be closed. Closing it may require some big volume.

Also go ex div next week.
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frootloops
Posted on: Dec 2 2009, 09:32 AM


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These spindoctor's should get a job in Rudd's office. First the delay was due to a bank holiday, cyclones & time zones. Now it's
the banks fault. What next: global warming, the Taliban or George W.

Maybe the dog ate my homework!!!!!!!!!!!!

Good night nurse.
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frootloops
Posted on: Dec 1 2009, 12:30 PM


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It's taken a month to wire some money down from Honkers. Should take 5 minutes.

I'd be nervous!!!!!!!
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frootloops
Posted on: Aug 26 2009, 08:14 PM


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Have to agree Krumbs. It may be the correction we have to have. Considering the SP hasn't missed a beat from it's Feb. low of
1.45 to 4.00 we need a breather. There has been no pullback in the past 6 months with the worst being extended side ways movement. If the trendline goes i'll be looking at about 3.03(38% retracement) or 2.72 (50%). A decent correction now will in
fact give the chart more strength for the next leg up.

At $4.00 the market was priced for perfection. The results were solid rather than spectacular so the profit takers move in. Sell it down & buy back at a better price.
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frootloops
Posted on: Aug 21 2009, 02:52 PM


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Hi Kelpie, missed it by one day.

If you buy shares on the Monday(T) you have Tues(1) & Wedn(2) to offload them. If you're still holding the
shares at close of business Wedn. night you need to stump up the cash on Thur(3) which is settlement day.
It's a facility i use quite often for short term trades.
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frootloops
Posted on: Jun 3 2009, 04:30 PM


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Gold is actually going backwards in $A terms. The dollar is rising faster than POG.

Obvious double top on this one that seems to have escaped everyone.
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frootloops
Posted on: Apr 10 2009, 08:58 AM


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Looks as though we're about to turn the corner on this one. Appears the big seller/s have left the building &
the chart is bullish. Of course the first obstacle is the 26c resistance & it may take good volume to push thru it.

Once cleared we should get a pretty good run & a commencement of the uptrend.
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frootloops
Posted on: Apr 7 2009, 08:32 PM


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G'day A1,

The Relative Strength Index (RSI) is a very commonly used technical indicator used to signal if a stock is
over bought/sold. Generally the range is between 20 & 80. A reading below 30 indicates that the stock is in
over sold territory. Conversely a reading above 70 indicates overbought levels.

At present CST has run from @ 2.10 to todays close of 2.57 within a couple of days. The RSI is now sitting
at 77 which is why i have termed it overbought. Sometimes stocks need to pull back in order to move forward.
I believe that CST is in that position now. Personally i'd like to see it pull back tomorrow to the 2.30/2.35 range.
That will give it more momentum to advance & have a crack at the 2.80/3.00 target.

Hope this helps.
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frootloops
Posted on: Apr 7 2009, 04:31 PM


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Hi JB,
None of the points you mention have changed overnight. The 'buy signal' that attracted the buyers was
yesterdays close above the recent high at $2.20. All the points you make are spot on though.

Anyhow it's all academic & it's good to see a good strong finish. We have now cleared 3 yrs of downtrend.

Should be onwards & upwards from here(depending on global news). Expect a pullback in the next day or
two as we are now in overbought territory.
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frootloops
Posted on: Apr 7 2009, 02:12 PM


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Purely technical buying. There wasn't a lot of downward pressure on the share price in the past week or two. The
sellers have dried up & once it closed above the previous high of 2.20(Feb) yesterday a buy signal was given.

I believe the 3 yr L/T trendline will be broken today as long as we close 2.40 or better. However that would
need to be confirmed by the next few days trading. Beware the false break.

And yes, i have been helping to push the price higher.
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frootloops
Posted on: Apr 1 2009, 02:50 PM


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Someone is running the ruler over PLT. Both diagnostic companies & both targeting a worldwide audience.
PLT market cap. $30m+.

I hope not.................but!!!!



Just thinking out loud.
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frootloops
Posted on: Mar 30 2009, 10:23 AM


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The L/T trendline has been in place for over 3 yrs now & it will take good volumes to break out. If it fails to push
thru in the next week or two, from a charting perspective, i would like to see it re-test the 1.45/1.50 level again to
provide a more solid base. That would create a good double bottom action & also close the big gap at 1.60. I agree
the 2.20/2.30 level is the critical area & would expect the sellers to be lining up at this point.
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frootloops
Posted on: Mar 6 2009, 12:42 PM


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It's a bit of a waiting game forrest. MAH just hit 30c which it hasn't done since 2004. That's why i'm nervous. If it
falls thru this level then anything is possible. You might see them as a bargain here but as they say, - why pay .30c
when you might pick them up for .20. I'm not saying they will fall that far but you know what i mean.

I'm keeping my powder dry for the time being.
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frootloops
Posted on: Mar 6 2009, 12:02 PM


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I've sold out of this one. Appears the strong support @ 31/32c is about to fail. I'll wait until it turns the corner.
Might pick them up around 20c if i'm lucky.
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frootloops
Posted on: Feb 2 2009, 11:04 AM


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Be good for that big gap from late Dec. to be filled b4 we go anywhere.
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frootloops
Posted on: Jan 30 2009, 05:43 PM


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I may have spoken too early as there was some good buyer support this arvo. A close above .34/35c would
be a good indicator of the next advance.
Think many are waiting for the financials to come out in a couple of weeks.
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frootloops
Posted on: Jan 29 2009, 12:06 PM


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The MAH chart has broken down with the double bottom @ .315/32c failing. More downside to come. The
higher margin mining contracts are drying up & they will have to rely more on low margin civil contracts. Will
put a dent in their profit.
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frootloops
Posted on: Dec 19 2008, 01:54 PM


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In reply to: henrietta on Wednesday 17/12/08 10:09pm

You can pick up as many as you like today @ .38. Even less. Thing is after todays
announcement you don't want them.
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frootloops
Posted on: Dec 18 2008, 04:54 PM


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In reply to: william on Wednesday 17/12/08 11:00am

Think the tide may have turned today. Huge volume (50m) & it appears the big
seller(s) have done with their sell off. EWC finished close to it's day high & would
expect a further bounce tomorrow. The worst may be past (for EWC at least).
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frootloops
Posted on: Dec 17 2008, 09:45 AM


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In reply to: JMcDog on Tuesday 16/12/08 02:11pm

I'm quite amazed at this sell off too. Don't know what's behind it. Fundies still
deleveraging or are they holding too much debt that needs to be rolled over???

Selling certainly looks overdone to me but it's still ongoing.

Anyone got any ideas??
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frootloops
Posted on: Dec 16 2008, 08:23 PM


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In reply to: henrietta on Tuesday 16/12/08 07:54pm

CST has been sold off by roughly 20% since the AGM. Today a very aggressive
seller offloaded mostly @ $1.80. Buyers absorbed much of it but is he finished???
Currently sitting on an important double bottom @ 1.80. If that doesn't hold(& we
should know tomorrow) then it's back to $1.50 - 1.60 i'm afraid.

Chart is looking sh'ite. Time 4 the believers to step up to the plate.
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frootloops
Posted on: Dec 3 2008, 12:33 PM


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In reply to: arty on Wednesday 03/12/08 12:07pm

The company is on it's knees & they're still dishing out "Performance Rights".
Unbloodybelievable!!!!!

Sure they're not "Underperformance Rights?????"
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frootloops
Posted on: Nov 18 2008, 04:01 PM


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MAH shows no sign of slowing down yet. They tried to build a wall at .40+cents today &
it got taken out . For a no. of days it has finished on or near to it's low for the day.....a
bearish sign. Don't know where it will all end but i'm not gunna catch a falling knife. Best
to wait for a bottom to form & the sell volume to dry up.

Sellers still rule the roost.
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frootloops
Posted on: Oct 22 2008, 03:51 PM


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In reply to: forrestgump on Wednesday 22/10/08 09:45am


I checked in here for the same reason Forrest to see if there was any explaination
for the plunge. Looking at the chart it seems MAH's share price held up longer than
most initially but the past 3-4 weeks it's been in freefall.

From it's recent highs of 1.80/1.90 it was now given up about 50% which means it
is only playing catch up to the rest of the resources sector. That's where most of MAH's
money is made.

It finished today at .95c(days low) suggesting it will fall further yet.

Still a lot of deleveraging going on in the market so who know's where it will all end.


Cheers.
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frootloops
Posted on: Apr 8 2008, 11:48 AM


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Yesterday's run up was a result of technical buying. All the ducks were lined up. As a result the RSI became overbought so the pullback today was expected. I expect it to drop to the low 40's in the next couple of days. Be nice to fill the gap at 42c.
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frootloops
Posted on: Mar 31 2008, 02:43 PM


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Dumb question!!!!

Why would the Slovaks adopt QFT Gold & not QFT IT???
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frootloops
Posted on: Mar 11 2008, 04:14 PM


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Been watching this for ages waiting for a buy signal but it refuses to give one. The chart broke down today with a close below the Jan. 22 low @ .365. The .345 close is the lowest close since 2001 which suggests to me it has further to fall. Not sure of next support level but wouldn't surprise to see it back into the 20's. Especially in this bear market!!!
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frootloops
Posted on: Feb 21 2008, 03:56 PM


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In reply to: bing on Thursday 21/02/08 02:57pm

You're right there Bing - buyers are very scarce with few stepping up to the plate. CST has been in a L/T downtrend since Feb-06. Yep, 2 yrs exactly. In that time money has been flowing out of CST & probably into resources. Let's face it - resources is still the biggest game in town. There is really no reason to be in CST at present until sales get a move along - the opportunity cost is too great. Anyone who bought in the last 3-4 years is now underwater. Putting your cash under the bed would see you better off.

On another point it's amusing when the share price is heading north it's 'high 5's' all round. But as soon as it turns & heads the other way it's SP manipulation, hidden agendas, Robots & conspiracy theories. Gotta laugh.

Yes, i'm one who looks at squiggly lines(wouldn't leave home without them) & that is why i bailed out of this stock a long time ago. The charts say it all really. I'll buy back in but no hurry.

BTW - the L/T trendline won't be broken until around $3.10 level.
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frootloops
Posted on: Jan 23 2008, 11:43 AM


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Yesterdays close (2.29) was the lowest close since July 2004. Suggest 1.80-2.00 next
level. Very unloved at present.
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frootloops
Posted on: Jan 10 2008, 11:49 AM


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In reply to: bigmumma on Thursday 10/01/08 10:41am

It's more a complete lack of buyers rather than heaps of sellers.
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frootloops
Posted on: Dec 13 2007, 02:59 PM


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In reply to: console on Thursday 13/12/07 12:47pm

Why pay 35c?? Wait for a while & you'll pick 'em up for 20-25c. I can't imagine anybody being in a hurry to get into this one. Don't stand in the way of a runaway train!!!!
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frootloops
Posted on: Dec 10 2007, 10:41 AM


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Technicals starting to look good here. Everyday last week the SP closed on it's high, or close to, for the day. A bullish sign. Seems the seller/s have left the building. Accumulation now happening on good volumes.
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frootloops
Posted on: Oct 12 2007, 01:35 PM


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In reply to: bigmumma on Friday 12/10/07 01:19pm

Would like to see that huge gap filled b4 we go much further.
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frootloops
Posted on: Aug 18 2007, 04:22 PM


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In reply to: badger on Friday 17/08/07 09:22pm

Thanx for putting up the chart Badger. It shows exactly what i was referring to. We will most likely get a bounce come Mon. but expect more volatility ahead.
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frootloops
Posted on: Aug 17 2007, 08:15 PM


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In reply to: bloodclot on Friday 17/08/07 04:19pm

CST has just done something very interesting - although it's a negative. For the first time since it floated(Apr - 01) it has broken below it's long term trendline. If you draw yourself a line under the chart from day 1 you will see that it has closed below that line today. This will attract more sellers as it's a technical break. Although a good news release may counter this. There is a double bottom from 2005 @ 2.38 - 2.40 which is the next testing point. If this doesn't hold then $2.00 could eventuate very quickly. I doubt that 2.40 will hold now because of the L/T trendline break. Also because of the rampant fear in the market in general buyers are a bit like hens teeth.

Sorry i haven't posted a chart - i would if i knew how. Maybe someone else can throw one up to highlight the above.
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frootloops
Posted on: Jul 30 2007, 04:00 PM


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In reply to: bing on Monday 30/07/07 02:46pm

It's a little audacious to be pointing the finger at the directors for your paper losses Bing. Have you thought that it may actually be your fault in not being able to manage your trades. Locking in profits & using stop losses are a couple of areas you may consider. Bit rich to be blaming somebody else.
And stressing out over trades of 1-10 shares is pointless. Maybe you're in the wrong game!!!!
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frootloops
Posted on: Jul 26 2007, 03:52 PM


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In reply to: bigmumma on Thursday 26/07/07 03:24pm

CST has been sliding for 3-4 months - not just the last day or two.
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frootloops
Posted on: Jul 11 2007, 03:32 PM


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The Fib. 62% retracement level is 70-72c. Think this is where CUV is headed.
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frootloops
Posted on: Jul 7 2007, 02:23 PM


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In reply to: woteva on Friday 06/07/07 04:14pm

Just making the point that you keep telling people to buy while the SP is still falling. There was your buy @ 1.20, then you called the bottom at least 3 times from memory(1.07, 1.03 & .90c) & now you say 80c might be the bottom. It may be - let's wait & see. I hope nobody on this board has been taking your advice. It would be more prudent to watch the charts & wait for a buy signal. You may end up paying a little more but it's a much safer trade than just guessing.
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frootloops
Posted on: Jul 6 2007, 12:09 PM


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In reply to: woteva on Friday 06/07/07 10:17am

I seem to remember you saying the same thing @ $1.20. And we know how that turned out. Still making lower highs & lower lows. It's got a bit of work to do yet to turn around. The jury is still out on whether 80c will hold.
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frootloops
Posted on: Jun 21 2007, 02:30 PM


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In reply to: JustinS007 on Thursday 21/06/07 12:08pm

Justin, the trend line you've drawn from Oct. 05 is not a bad starting point. As you say @ 2.90 we are now at that point however the chart is looking crap & i don't expect this level to hold. I have a trend line drawn from day 1 (2001) which gives the big picture & points to the 2.60-2.70 level. I would expect that line to hold & possibly get a good bounce off it. Yes, it is a bit like catching a falling knife. Think you might buy them a little cheaper next week.
Good luck.
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frootloops
Posted on: Jun 13 2007, 02:37 PM


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In reply to: savtin on Wednesday 13/06/07 01:08pm


Savtin, day after day you continually moan about management & your complete lack of faith in them. If you aren't confident that they can deliver now or sometime down the track i have to ask: Why are you invested in this company??? One of the first rules of investing is you need to be happy with the gurus running the show. Clearly you're not. There are many other companies that are performing far better than VCR where your money would be better off. VCR may turn the corner but i think you'll pick the shares up cheaper than present levels. Tax loss selling isn't over yet!!!
I don't have much confidence in the management team either but then again i'm not in at the present. I continue to wait for buy signal & a short term trade opportunity.
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Posted on: Jun 6 2007, 04:46 PM


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In reply to: savtin on Wednesday 06/06/07 03:20pm

Savtin, those sellers feel just like you do..... p####d off with management, except they are doing something about it.....getting out. Everytime the SP looks like going for a run the sellers step in. It's called selling into any strength. Too many delays & broken promises. Also VCR won't go anywhere until the placement/SPP is settled down. You can always buy back in later when a buy signal is given. Too many want out at present... sellers in control.
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frootloops
Posted on: Jun 5 2007, 03:02 PM


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The trouble is trial results won't be known for at least 12 months. Long time to have your money tied up especially when other stocks look more appealing.
Chart is looking crook too. Still making lower highs with no sign of turn around. Waiting for a buy signal.
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frootloops
Posted on: Apr 4 2007, 11:34 AM


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In reply to: woteva on Wednesday 04/04/07 10:38am

The RSI is still very much in overbought territory although it has dropped a bit in the last hour. So i don't know what indicators you're looking at. CUV will head back to 1.10 - 1.12 to test the breakout level. You need to have down days to go from overbought to oversold - something this stock hasn't done until today.
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frootloops
Posted on: Mar 30 2007, 10:47 AM


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In reply to: rubba81 on Thursday 29/03/07 06:53pm

Rubba, starting to look like the .20c low on Wedn. may be the low. I expect a bounce from this level but prefer to wait for a double bottom to occur @ .215c. Don't like 'V' pattern recoveries.
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frootloops
Posted on: Mar 23 2007, 02:16 PM


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In reply to: rgen on Friday 23/03/07 11:41am

This is heading back to 18c level. I wouldn't be placing too much faith in Sabre. The man has NO idea. You'll go broke listening to him.
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Technical indicators starting to look good here. Hasn't closed below 3.30 on this latest pullback & doubt it will now. Volumes are much better past few days. Another good sign. If it can break this current trading level & close above 3.50 it would indicate a push back to the 3.70- 3.80 level in s/t. I'm back in.
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Yep, looks like it's heading back to low $3.00's. Possibly the sellers are moving their money into other stocks that are going off. It's called opportunity cost. If you had all your money tied up in CST the past couple of years you may as well have it in a box under your bed. And you would have missed out on the biggest resources boom this country has ever seen. That's what happens when you get tunnel vision on one or two stocks. Sometimes you have to take the blinkers off.

Have traded this many times but don't hold at present. Love the story but still waiting for a buy signal.
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Posted on: Feb 21 2007, 09:52 AM


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In reply to: InHindSight on Tuesday 20/02/07 07:22pm

IHS, you're free to do whatever but be very careful as BMX broke thru fairly strong support yesterday. I see 16-18c written all over this. Don't try fighting the market - you'll lose!! I don't see any manipulation - just heaps more sellers than buyers.
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Well, the results were 'telegraphed' in the charts the past few weeks but too many ignored the signs. The smart money was getting out. And you thought insider trading was dead!!!!
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Posted on: Feb 20 2007, 06:38 PM


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In reply to: rubba81 on Tuesday 20/02/07 03:04pm

Seems it's got more to fall yet. Today is the first time it has closed below .25c in almost 18 months. The selling ain't finished.
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Posted on: Feb 19 2007, 11:26 AM


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In reply to: mrmiyagi on Monday 19/02/07 10:59am

Very sorry, my mistake. I just thought a fall from 1.16 to .78c(32%) within a month would be considered a significant movement. Perhaps i'm wrong but then again i'm not wearing rose coloured glasses.
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Judging by the price action of the past few weeks i wouldn't be expecting a positive announcement. Then again - i could be wrong.
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Posted on: Feb 16 2007, 03:16 PM


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In reply to: dory on Friday 16/02/07 02:56pm

Smoke & mirrors. The fact is it's still falling & you're playing a dangerous game trying to pick the bottom. The next few days will see if 75c holds.
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In reply to: dory on Friday 16/02/07 02:28pm

C'mon Dory. 2 blue candles out of the last 20 & has already breached your trendline today. And you say there's nothing wrong with the chart. .75c might be the bottom but anyone buying here will need a tight stop loss.
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Posted on: Feb 16 2007, 01:48 PM


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In reply to: rbcrawford on Friday 16/02/07 01:25pm

You wouldn't have bought yesterday if you had a look at the chart. No sign of turning around yet. Is the smart money getting out???
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In reply to: bello on Thursday 01/02/07 02:32pm

BMX has been sold down for the past 12 months & at best has traded sideways. The chart is a shocker. Ask yourself this: if everything is going so swimmingly why is it trading near it's 12 month lows??? Something is not right.
You're right - the financials will tell us much more.
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In reply to: InHindSight on Thursday 01/02/07 11:47am

The market didn't like yesterdays qly prod. report. Must have come in under expectations.This is not going anywhere for the time being. Money better invested elsewhere!!!!
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Think the key point here is Mondays(8/1) close of .995c. If there is a close below this level it's likely to fall to low/mid 90's.
Looking a tad weak at present. See what happens closer to end of day.
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In reply to: KRD on Wednesday 10/01/07 11:32pm

KRD, why do you think Tolhurst Noall issued a very positive report??? Nothing to do with them being the underwriter to the rights issue, hey???
Think i'd prefer a somewhat less biased point of view myself!!!!!
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Posted on: Dec 13 2006, 12:06 PM


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In reply to: goodvibe on Wednesday 13/12/06 11:35am

8c. has been a resistance level for 7 years. Most people who wanted to get out have already done so. So there is little overhead resistance when 8 is broken. Once resistance points are broken it also attracts technical buyers so i would expect it to run pretty hard. Got to close above 8c first.
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In reply to: paddle on Wednesday 13/12/06 10:24am

Need a close above 8c. That would give a 7 year high on share price. Expect it to run very quickly to 18-20c. if 8c is broken.
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In reply to: Geezer on Friday 01/12/06 01:09pm

Geezer, we can all see the price action on the screens. We don't need a running commentary from you on the hour. Back off a bit. Go & watch the cricket or mow the lawns. Just relax.
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In reply to: rubba81 on Wednesday 29/11/06 11:25am

yep rubba, getting close. Once 28c is broken should give a good signal.
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Posted on: Nov 29 2006, 11:19 AM


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In reply to: Geezer on Wednesday 29/11/06 09:59am

Geezer, about 10 days ago 5.5 mil shares went thru yet the price didn't move. What does that tell you??? It tells me there are far more sellers than buyers. And the price will not rise until that reverses. Many are disappointed with the slow progress in this stock & will use any strength to sell into it. Will take some big volumes to move this one.
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Posted on: Nov 23 2006, 01:55 PM


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In reply to: sabretoothed on Thursday 23/11/06 12:27pm

Sabre, i don't know why you keep putting charts up because you have demonstrated time & time again that you've got no idea how to interpret them. BMX for example. Another great call of yours. NOT. Looks like you've finally given up on them after flogging them for months to anybody that would listen. No idea.
Oh, & i forgot to mention you buying BDG @ 2.40. lol.
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Posted on: Nov 8 2006, 04:03 PM


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In reply to: rubba81 on Wednesday 08/11/06 02:52pm

Downtrend not broken yet. Needs a close above 28c. however looks like interest is starting to build.
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Posted on: Oct 31 2006, 11:16 AM


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In reply to: jbeatty on Tuesday 31/10/06 09:22am

Don't think it's too late to get set here. They keep disappointing the market. Now it
looks like they'll be passing the hat around again.
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In reply to: sabretoothed on Wednesday 25/10/06 11:30am

The only place BMX is running is south. Can't you read charts??? Obviously the quarterly is gunna be a corker. not.
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In reply to: sabretoothed on Tuesday 24/10/06 12:36pm

Oops. The flood gates have opened. 27c broken. Who would have guessed that Sabre??
Are you still accumulating or selling like everyone else?? You have got it horribly wrong
AGAIN!!!! lol.
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Posted on: Oct 19 2006, 02:33 PM


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In reply to: sabretoothed on Thursday 19/10/06 01:54pm

Draw yourself a line down from the Feb-06 high. That line hasn't been broken yet.
Until it is BMX is still in a downtrend.
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In reply to: rubba81 on Thursday 19/10/06 12:32pm

Oh, i thought it was. It closed at .31c on 5th Sept. & has drifted lower ever since.
It just hasn't broken .27c. yet & it might not. But clearly still in downtrend. Even Sabre
will concede that.
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Posted on: Oct 19 2006, 12:22 PM


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In reply to: sabretoothed on Thursday 19/10/06 11:32am

Sabre, if there are more buyers than sellers as you suggest why isn't the price
sneaking north. I'll tell you why - because sellers are selling into any strength.

You've been trying to ramp this stock for months. I caught you out with your failed
logic when you were saying what a buy it was above 30c. That was months ago. You
still haven't got it right.
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Posted on: Oct 19 2006, 09:44 AM


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In reply to: rubba81 on Wednesday 18/10/06 03:28pm

No accumulation going on here - it's all distribution. Keeps finishing on it's low for
the day. Shows the sellers are in control. Someone wants out. Too early to get in yet.
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In reply to: sabretoothed on Wednesday 04/10/06 10:08am

Sabre, that's just the dumb sort of comment we've come to expect from you. You know the fall in BDG today has nothing to do with production but the $20 drop in POG
overnight.
Don't know why you bother.
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Posted on: Oct 3 2006, 09:44 AM


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In reply to: bloodclot on Tuesday 03/10/06 09:17am

There are no gaps to worry about at this level. The announcement came out during
trading hours. If however it came out prior to market opening the price most likely
would have 'gapped up' opening at 3.00 or whatever. A gap occurs where the low
for the day is above the previous days high.
Although it ended up 23c it finished the day closer to its low than its high for the day.
Still in downtrend. Sellers may not be finished yet. The next few days will answer a
few questions.
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Posted on: Oct 2 2006, 02:11 PM


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In reply to: forrestgump on Monday 02/10/06 12:55pm

Really don't know where your coming from Forrest. I sold down at 3.70 & i'm still
awaiting a buy signal to get back in. But i know for a fact that i'll pick them up much
cheaper than what i sold for. Guess that makes me WRONG along with a lot of other
people.
Very little in the presentation that's not already known. But certainly overdue.
Management at last getting on the front foot.
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Posted on: Sep 29 2006, 06:08 PM


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In reply to: stoss69 on Friday 29/09/06 05:23pm

I agree totally stoss. I also sold out in the 3.70's. I did not like the fact that it
tried to break $4.00 several times. It has been in a downtrend ever since. Have
a look at Dory's chart posted earlier today. A 9 y.o. kid could tell it was in trouble.
It's not hard to draw a few lines on a chart & be a bit disciplined. As stoss says
Rule 1 is preservation of capital & that means not falling in love with a stock.

Don't buy & forget. Stop losses are critical.

I'm still thinking 2.40 but will wait for a buy signal b4 re-entering.
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Posted on: Sep 28 2006, 03:30 PM


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In reply to: jbeatty on Thursday 28/09/06 03:04pm

Looks like it's got a bit of work to do yet. Fact is there are more sellers than
buyers. Even with POG @ $600 it can't make any head way.
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In reply to: redned71 on Monday 25/09/06 06:03pm

Red, takeovers can come in variety of colours. Don't be mistaken that you need
a week of strong accumulation b4 you see a t/o. HDR is a case in point. This morning
Tullow put a bid on the table that caught everyone with their pants down. Sure there
was a bit of strong buying late Friday but there wasn't a 4-5 day build up.
The next day or two could be interesting.
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Posted on: Sep 20 2006, 10:36 AM


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In reply to: slayer on Wednesday 20/09/06 09:56am


Careful slayer. I mentioned the $2.40 scenario about a week ago & got laughed at. (yes
we know who you are). Nothing has changed my opinion. 2.80/2.85 level is still the
key. Still making lower highs & lower lows. It will take volume to turn it around.
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In reply to: fang on Tuesday 12/09/06 05:47pm

Fang, take off your rose coloured glasses & have a look around. Just about
every stock has copped a pasting the past few days. Even companies that
actually make money. Why would CST be any different??? They're not the
only company on the ASX with a good story to tell.

CST was in trouble when it fell (easily) thru a triple bottom @ 3.25. It then
proceeded to fall thru $3.00 & closed at 2.95. Today it closed lower yet again.
If 2.80/2.85 doesn't hold we could see 2.40 again. No. I'm not joking.

The chart does not look good. Buyer beware.
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Posted on: Aug 16 2006, 02:46 PM


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In reply to: bing on Wednesday 16/08/06 02:12pm

Bing, you need to relax. CST is a thinly traded stock & as such will bounce around on low volumes.
I don't hear you grizzling when the share price rises by 30-40c. on say, 40-50,000 traded volume.
It works both ways you know.

Just for the record you're at risk of developing an ulcer over $2.50. (50 shares @ .05c.)

Chill out.
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Posted on: Aug 4 2006, 01:03 PM


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hmmmm. OR maybe he is getting out.
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In reply to: Hector on Saturday 29/07/06 06:00pm

Hector, was there much focus on the hedge book at the presentation you attended.
I like the story but the fact the hedge book is showing a negative $50m. must be of concern. Sure they will still make money delivering into the hedge but not as much if they were unhedged. With over 200,000 oz. committed it's going to take a while to wash thru.
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In reply to: draughtsman on Tuesday 01/08/06 05:59pm

I have to agree with you draughtsman. CST tried to push past $4 on 4-5 occasions &
failed. The sellers won out so the buyers go & find another stock that is on the move.
Let's not forget that sales for the past 12 months amounted to about $5m. - not much
for a company with a market cap. of $340m. Sure sales will increase substantially in the
next few years but until the company starts putting the runs on the board the big guys won't be putting their hand in their pocket.
A close above $4 will be a strong buy signal. We already have a double bottom at the
$3.23 - 3.25 level. I expect this to hold.
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Posted on: Jul 18 2006, 02:43 PM


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You're a very hard man to follow Sabre.

On 14/05/06 you stated you were buying more tomorrow. Price @ 2.40 then.

On 23/5/06 you said that BDG is very oversold. Trading 1.90 - 2.00 at the time.

On the same day you said last chance to get BDG under $2.00.

Now you're saying that BDG is overvalued @ $1.50.

So in 2 months the price has fallen about 37% or 90c. If it is overvalued @ 1.50

why were you buying at 2.40. Granted the POG has fallen in that time but not to that

extent.

Beam me up Scotty.

F/L's.
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Posted on: Jul 14 2006, 11:14 AM


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In reply to: gromit on Friday 14/07/06 10:40am

I think you are a bit confused. Converting options to shares doesn't constitute a
share trade. Having converted & then selling the shares creates a share trade.
Nobody knows if he is going to sell today or in 3 years time. He may just have the ready cash at present to convert now. Who knows the reasons - it's all speculation.

Quarterly sales announcements(if that's what your alluding too) are not deemed price sensitive so it's not an issue. That rule normally only applies to directors.
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Looks like resistance @ $4.00 has won out. Heading back to $3.60 - 3.70 level
to reload for next assault.

F/L's
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Posted on: Jun 13 2006, 02:10 PM


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In reply to: sabretoothed on Tuesday 13/06/06 12:43pm


Sabre, you keep throwing up charts on S/S from time to time so i assume you are a bit of a chartist. Most chartists would wait for a buy signal b4 they 'loaded up the truck'. To load up the truck on a sell signal, to me, is not a very logical move. To do that is to fight the market & is likened to catching a falling knife.

However, i'm sure you're a big boy & capable of making your own decisions.

Cheers, F/L's.
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In reply to: InHindSight on Tuesday 13/06/06 11:41am


IHS,
When the markets are in this sort of mood there are no safe havens. Even the
top blue chip companies are getting hammered.

BMX gave a sell signal this morning when it fell thru 30c.

F/L's
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The dam wall has broken. Watch out below.
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In reply to: sabretoothed on Thursday 08/06/06 12:44pm

Volumes don't indicate any 'good' news.
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QUOTE (sabretoothed @ Wednesday 31/05/06 12:24pm)

Sabre, there is no one soaking up these shares. On the contrary someone is
selling down & have been for the past month. It was in trouble once it fell thru
the trendline(the real trendline - not your straight line) @ .36c.
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In reply to: fang on Monday 29/05/06 02:52pm

CST have a market cap. of +/- $300m. A $1m contract is hardly material for the
company to make a song & dance about.

I think the market is disappointed with the uptake in sales to date.
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Posted on: May 25 2006, 03:44 PM


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In reply to: balance on Thursday 25/05/06 03:00pm


By my reckoning $ 3.24 is the Fibonacci 62% retracement level. We are right at
that stage now. If that doesn't hold (& it's looking shaky) then i would be looking
for support at $3.00.
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Posted on: May 19 2006, 09:19 AM


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In reply to: sabretoothed on Wednesday 17/05/06 01:59pm


That's not a trendline. It's just a straight line drawn in the middle of nowhere. If you
had correctly drawn the trendline you would see that the downtrend was broken around the 36c level. Sellers are in control & the MACD doesn't look like turning up.

Basic charting principles.
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A 50% pullback would be @ $3.53 62% retracement @ 3.24.
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Posted on: Mar 30 2006, 11:20 AM


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In reply to: malaz on Thursday 30/03/06 08:59am


The selling ain't finished yet.
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Oops!!!! Closed below good support at 23c. Someone has been selling this 4 the
past 2 weeks

Confucious say: Sum Ting Wong.
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Nothing to stop them Doc. Depends how expensive their wive's shopping list is!!!!
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Posted on: Mar 16 2006, 01:47 PM


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In reply to: PRESHAN on Thursday 16/03/06 01:03pm


Next month we also have 23m + shares coming out of escrow. Now none of
these shares may ever find their way onto the market in the s/t but the markets
will be nervous for the time being. It's a perception thing. Likely to keep a lid
on prices for the present.

Doubt that we have seen the bottom yet. Won't know for a week or two.

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Posted on: Mar 14 2006, 10:36 AM


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In reply to: wiland on Tuesday 14/03/06 10:06am


It's technical buying. All the indicators are positive.
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Posted on: Mar 7 2006, 10:04 AM


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Agree Alpha. The S/T trendline has been broken & a pattern of lower highs &
lower lows is developing. A sign of weakness. Suggest we have further to fall yet.
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Looks like we are going back to test the previous breakout (resistance) at around
the $3.80 level.
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Posted on: Feb 17 2006, 12:51 PM


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In reply to: PRESHAN on Friday 17/02/06 12:29pm


No, that's the price you pay for an overheated stock.

Good healthy pullback.
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Posted on: Feb 13 2006, 11:45 AM


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It may bounce but i think the market will be nervous until the capital raising is
addressed. They are probably down to about $15m in cash so extra funds will
be needed. This will need to happen in the next 2-4 weeks i'd imagine. Likely to
keep a lid on the price.
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Needs to close above 1.20 to confirm breakout. May not happen today. It's in
overbought territory & the profit takers are moving in. Look for a pull back.
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Posted on: Feb 3 2006, 11:16 AM


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In reply to: dreamer on Friday 03/02/06 11:00am


Technically this is a shocker. LT trendline kicks in @ about 80c. Should get a bounce off this line. If 80c doesn't hold it will be in trouble.
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Re: today's announcement.

There is nothing market sensitive in todays release so the insider trading claim
is a furphy. Really only mentions a name change & we'll tell you the rest next month.

Millen wanted out had to offload at a 20% disc. to the market. ( i don't agree with what
he did - but then again there are a lot of things that he's done & said that i don't agree
with).

That's why i'm not a holder.
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Posted on: Jan 25 2006, 12:22 PM


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In reply to: King Baz on Wednesday 25/01/06 11:54am


Can't argue with that Baz.

Rule No. 1 : If you're not happy with management(& clearly there are plenty
that aren't) you shouldn't be a holder.

Why on earth would you tie your money up in a stock like this when resources
are going off????

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Posted on: Jan 24 2006, 03:43 PM


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Yep. 32/33 support now broken with today's close @ 31.5. Indicates weakness.
Lowest close in 2.5 years. This has further to fall. Much further.
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JB, put me down for $9.80.

Question: Why do we need a prize at the end of year????? I don't think it's fair
for JB to stump up $100(or anyone else 4 that matter).

Surely we can all have a bit of fun with the guessing comp. without chasing a prize.

Just my thoughts. Sorry to be a wet blanket.

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Posted on: Jan 4 2006, 03:51 PM


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In reply to: wagalucci on Wednesday 04/01/06 02:49pm


Wags, i've been known to be wrong b4(can't quite remember when).

Normally when key resistance points are breached & there is no
overhead resistance stocks tend to run pretty hard. Can't see this
situation being any different.

Q'ly report will probably dictate direction.
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Posted on: Jan 3 2006, 08:38 PM


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In reply to: wilson5 on Tuesday 03/01/06 07:43pm


With a close of 3.79 we are now in new territory. (eclipsing previous all time high of the double top in Nov/Dec '04). There is now no overhead resistance as anybody who has bought into CST has done so at prices below todays close.

However the stock has run very hard the past month & the indicators are currently showing a seriously overbought situation. Would prefer a pull back to the 3.40/3.50 level in the next few days b4 we continue but it seems the buyers are in control at the moment.

With the 3.70 double top now breached I expect we will see $5.00 within weeks. (& then some).
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frootloops
Posted on: Dec 21 2005, 01:56 PM


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In reply to: DUCKDODGERS on Wednesday 21/12/05 01:18pm


This stock had sell written all over it since it broke below 33/34c on & Dec. 7 so you've had a good 2 weeks to get out. It just didn't hit the fan yesterday or today. People that make bad decisions & then try spreading the blame amuse me. Take responsibility 4 your own actions. The day Fiona Wood walked should have scared the horses. Have a look at any basic chart. Not pretty.

However you are to be commended for using stop losses. Shame this one got away on you. We all learn everyday.
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frootloops
Posted on: Oct 13 2005, 02:54 PM


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In reply to: imogen on Thursday 13/10/05 01:16pm

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The chart is looking terrible at the moment & if 2.40 doesn't hold we will see a
sell off. It broke 2.40 yesterday but managed to close above. IMO a close below will
take us back to @ 2.05 level which is the 62% retracement level but it would also pick
up the long term trend line. Expect good support at that level.
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frootloops
Posted on: May 26 2005, 10:35 AM


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Technicals are starting to turn positive. Looks like $2.50 will hold 4 this cycle. Expect

resistance @ 2.80 - 2.90. Old support levels now become resistance levels on the way

back. Good volumes needed.
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frootloops
Posted on: May 24 2005, 11:14 AM


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This stock is in serious trouble. It keeps hitting lower lows on fair volume. The chart is a

Barry Crocker. An 8 y.o. kid can see that. Management aren't up to it & it will fall further

yet. Bail while you can. You will buy back cheaper If it starts to turn. Not for the faint

hearted.
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frootloops
Posted on: Apr 29 2005, 12:37 PM


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38% retracement = $2.72 (already breached).

50% = 2.38

62% = 2.04


At this point I would say we are looking at 2.38 however

2.04 takes us back to the long term trendline, or thereabouts.


No need to be a hero just yet. Keep your powder dry until she

starts to turn.
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