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3 shares that keep giving huge returns

These shares have provided shareholders with outstanding returns over the past year.

And, after notching up more gains on Wednesday, they’re showing little signs of slowing down.

MyFiziq Ltd (ASX: MYQ)

The MyFiziq Ltd share price has gained more than 2,800 per cent over the past year.

The MyFiziq share price was trading at 3.8 cents a year ago, but has now surged to around $1.12.

And the company, with a market cap of $88.5 million, enjoyed more gains on Wednesday as its share price lifted by about 7.7 per cent.

MyFiziq says it has developed a “revolutionary technology” that allows users to create 3D avatars of themselves on smart phones which allows people to track the physical results of their fitness endeavours.

For financial year (FY) 2017 MyFiziq reported a loss of about $2.2 million.

Avz Minerals Ltd (ASX: AVZ)

The Avz Minerals share price has gained almost 2,000 per cent, rising from 1.7 cents a year ago to its current price of 35 cents.

The Avz Minerals share price was up 16.7 per cent on Wednesday as the mineral exploration company with operations in Africa announced it had confirmed an additional strike at its Manono Lithium Project.

Avz Minerals also announced it had struck a deal with a Chinese company which would promote completion of a road to the site in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Amid the positive developments and the company’s rising share price, some of Avz Minerals’ directors think it’s a good time to sell.

Avz Minerals directors Klaus Eckhof and Patrick Flint last year sold shares in the company worth more than $4 million.

Temple & Webster Group Ltd (ASX: TPW)

The Temple & Webster Group Ltd share price was up 6.6 per cent on Wednesday, adding to gains exceeding 250 per cent over the past year.

Temple & Webster Group, an online retailer of furniture and homewares, reported revenue of $64.5 million for FY 2017, with revenue for the company’s Australian operations up 11 per cent on the previous year.

Although the company reported a net loss before tax of $7.8 million it ended FY 2017 with $8.7 million cash and no debt.

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