My son did an analysis, but I cannot copy his graph:
"Check out this price/volume history summary I put together, showing the 4 major periods of time where there was significantly different price/volume action in Zonte's history since it started in Oct 2010."
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It shows total trades of almost $4.5 million being traded in the first five months of the company (10/2010 to 3/2011), with average daily share volume just 92,500. Price was between $0.20 and $.055, and over $4.5 million since then until the last two weeks.
In the last two weeks with share price between $0.12 and $0.29, just $705,319 with average daily volume of 371,610.
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"In the last two weeks, we've had almost half as much total $ volume in trading activity ($700K) as there was combined in the 54 months prior ($1.55M). Average share trading volume (370K) is 4x what was in the initial run-up from $0.20 to $0.55 (92K). I would think there is opportunity for significantly more money to come in before the run-up dies down."
hope not,don't intend to sell the stock at that price,rick rule likes to say,-when you like a stock,hope it goes down so you can buy more,
if ZON prints $0.15 again before going over $0.50,i'll be loading the truck.
The picture below shows a to scale comparison of the “Eagle” and the “McConnell” intrusions. The only apparent difference noted so far is the area of the “McConnell” intrusion appears twice that of “Eagle.” Geology, chemistry and results are remarkably similar.
Flynn, thanks for the link. I had not been to stockhouse in quite a while because it was so dead there, but seems ZON has sprung to life there too. amazing. That post sounds like it was written by the project owner or Geo that worked it, and his points are right on with what is in the Zonte presentation.
All the science gives clues that this Jest project could be bigger than what Victoria has. I just hope the drills prove it this year and we will look back at 25 cents as childs play