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Our top performers last week were;
NVNG 4/30/07 Up 65% to $0.99 on volume of shares 2,472
HLUN 5/1/07 Up 100% to $0.06 on volume of 133,462 shares
SHDG 5/2/07 Up 22% to $2.45 on volume of 221,00 shares
Also on 5/2/07 WMDH Up 20% to $0.12 on volume of 434,000 shares
GSPX 5/3/07 Up 15% to $1.00 on volume of 21,700 shares
SLWF 5/4/07 Up 33% to $0.0008 on volume of 173,851,118 shares
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