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CUV, CLINUVEL PHARMACEUTICALS LIMITED
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In Reply To: Farleap11's post @ Yesterday, 08:22 PM

Well, so far the trading day in the US has been a happy one...hope it closes above $17US.

 
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In Reply To: Farleap11's post @ Yesterday, 03:21 PM

And the ASX new day high closing price reached was A$24.71 after hitting a new all time high of A$24.80 during the day. The current UR9 price is also sitting at a new all time high price of A$24.64 surpassing yesterday's record of A$23.53.

And just to complete the picture the CLVLY closed on both Thursday and Friday in America at its all time high rate of US$16.70 (A$23.39 using Friday's exchange rate). Monday was a public holiday so it will be interesting to see if this renewed level of enthusiasm continues in their trading when the open later today.

Given the decision regarding elevation to the ASX200 is fast approaching, I thought it worth revisiting the impact of elevation to the ASX listing on CUV's price. On Thursday 6 September 2018, CUV closed at A$14.56; the decision to move into ASX 300 was made on Friday 7 September; on the following Monday the price increased and closed at A$18.34 on the back of exceptionally high turnover of 231,076 for the day. The price remained within the A$18 range with above average turnover for the next two weeks to 24 September before moving up again into the A$22 range.

Another A$4.00+ uplift to take the price to around the A$30 mark following approval to move into the ASX 200 would be most welcome. I appreciate there are numerous factors that need to come to the fore for this to happen not the least being a favourable decision on the 8 March. Either way, it has been an enjoyable ride and I for one am enjoying the current status - fingers crossed and I say - onwards and upwards from here!!



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Farleap11
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In Reply To: andymen's post @ Yesterday, 03:14 PM

Spot on ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿ‹๏ธโ€โ™‚๏ธ๐Ÿ‹๏ธโ€โ™‚๏ธ

 
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Looks like it will be the highest closing price ever!


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In Reply To: impacman's post @ Yesterday, 10:20 AM

Actually just checking Direct Broking information and $24.60 is the highest price so I am a bit out on that one.

 
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Wow you've got to like this number. It would have to be an all time high I would think.
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In Reply To: NewToCli's post @ Yesterday, 07:26 AM

However UR9 did close at a new 52 week (all time?) high overnight๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜œ


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Florian Ho mm published a new book โ€œDer crash ist daโ€ (only in German) and he recommends Clinuvel as a top value pick with over 10 pages analysis and description.. he talks about a 10 Bagger in the next 3-5 years if everything works out with fda approval, Label Extension and vitiligo... maybe this thorough analysis also attracts new buyeers or additional buying power.. interesting also to see that current buying power is well focused on cuv.au shares.. ur9 not mirroring the volume.


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In Reply To: PunkassDerm's post @ Yesterday, 06:51 AM

It is all fairly obvious....
Giles Delaney is an anagram of:
Delaying Eels
Synonyms......
Slippery (Slytherin!)
withhold
put-off
hinder
block
impede

Things that make you go mmmmm


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If you shuffle the letters of Giles Delaney...does it spell Lord Voldemort?


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