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Stockhouse Research: Resverlogix (T.RVX) and Colabor (T.GCL) sparking interest


Chris Parry Chris Parry, Stockhouse.com
0 Comments| September 3, 2013

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Food distributor Colabor Group Inc. proved to be an interesting stock to many Stockhouse readers Tuesday, with the company flying up the ‘most read’ charts, topped only by the always interesting Fission Uranium, and the rampaging Resverlogix Corp, which dominated the bullboards in a huge way, drawing more readers than all other bullboards put together, after the not-so-snazzily titled press release ‘Further analysis of the ASSURE data finds a responder group for RVX-208 with statistically significant regression of coronary atherosclerosis’ was put out.

Most read company pages:
Fission Uranium (V.FCU) (1)
Resverlogix (T.RVX) (new)
Colabor Group (T.GCL) (new)
Alpha Minerals (V.AMW) (new)
Novus Energy (V.NVS) (5)

Most read Bullboards:
Resverlogix (T.RVX) (new)
Fission Uranium (V.FCU) (3)
Intertainment Media (V.INT) (1)
Novus Energy (V.NVS) (4)
Allana Potash (T.AAA) (2)

Most read stories:
Potash giant says jailing CEO is plot to eliminate competition
BC government to cut red tape, put mining permit system online
More US nuclear power plant closures to come
Donner Metals defaults on agreement, forfeits interest in Bracemac-Mcleod mine
India looks to Iran’s oil to save money

Most read press releases:
Further Analysis of the ASSURE Data Finds a Responder Group for RVX-208 with Statistically Significant Regression of Coronary Atherosclerosis
Mundoro's Trench Sampling Yields 12 Metres Grading 30.39 g/t Gold and 171.27 g/t Silver at its Savinac License
Donner forfeits interest in Bracemac Macleod

Best of the Blogs:
A major problem with this quarter’s GDP numbersby AbbyJoseph
In its revised estimates of the gross domestic product (GDP) for the second quarter of 2013, the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) reported that the U.S. economy grew at an annual pace of 2.5%, up from its previous 1.7%. (Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis, August 29, 2013.)
GDP numbers being better than before will send a wave of optimism through the stock market—I can just hear stock advisors saying “Buy, buy, and buy some more!”
But you can’t take these GDP numbers too seriously. When you look at them in more detail, there’s a major problem: consumer spending in the U.S. economy is not improving!

Best of the Groups:
BigBand’s Picks ($CNDLS)
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