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    Default NZSA Auckland - Meetings and Events

    The program for 2017 presentations for the Auckland branch of the NZ Shareholders Association is mostly complete.

    The February meeting is as follows
    Speakers:
    JB Were - "2017 Outlook" Ricky Ward (NZ Equity Manager), Bernard Doyle (Strategist)
    Gentrack (GTK.NZ) - Ian Black (Chief Executive Officer)

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    Feb 15th - 7.30 pm start (tea and coffee from 7pm)
    Alexandra Park, (please note there will be the usual $5 cover charge) Hobson Room, Level 4, Alexandra Park Functions Centre, Greenlane

    Non-members are most welcome. It is always a good chance to meet with fellow sharetrader members.

    The full program for 2017 is as follows:
    15 Feb JB Were - 2017 outlook
    Rickey Ward, NZ equity manager
    Bernard Doyle, Strategist
    Ian Black (GTK)
    26 April Simon Bennett (AWF) Mark Lister (Craigs IP)
    21 June Grant Webster (THL) Todd Hunter (TNR)
    20 Sept Angela Buglass (TIL) Dean Anderson (Smartshares/ETF's)
    15 Nov Steve Browning (GXH) Geoff Ross (MOA)
    Last edited by noodles; 16-09-2017 at 06:02 PM. Reason: updated presenters
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    Thanks Noodles. Definitely interested in the 21 June meeting as I hold shares in both companies. Catch up for a beer before hand if you want.
    No butts, hold no mutts, (unless they're the furry variety).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger View Post
    Thanks Noodles. Definitely interested in the 21 June meeting as I hold shares in both companies. Catch up for a beer before hand if you want.
    Sounds like a plan. We can discuss the valuation method of the TNR bonds
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    Quote Originally Posted by noodles View Post
    Sounds like a plan. We can discuss the valuation method of the TNR bonds
    Good stuff, look forward to it. Perhaps we can also discuss where's the bottom for TIL ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger View Post
    Good stuff, look forward to it. Perhaps we can also discuss where's the bottom for TIL ?
    lol. See you tomorrow then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noodles View Post
    lol. See you tomorrow then.
    I would love to be there tomorrow mate but I have to take my 87 year old Mum to the airport tomorrow. Possibly her last trip on a plane, she feels she's getting too old to fly now.
    Very keen for the June meeting though and hope to see you on March 4, see other thread in this section. Come along and hear me put Vaygor1 on the spot with the question "When is RYM finally going to break out of its trading range ?" I am sure he'll have a very carefully prepared answer for us
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    Was quietly thinking about coming down for it Noodles, but knew from some time back the odds were very low given my current circumstances.
    I am 99.99% certain to be coming down for the Auckland ST meeting on 4-March.
    Hope to see you there if you can make it.

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    Many thanks for sharing whome.

    Please see my comment in the SUM thread. Further to that I cannot think of any reason why RYM with its much slower growth rate should trade at such a substantial PE premium to SUM.
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    Thinking about going to the Auckland meeting on the 21st of June, i'm not a member of the NZSA and wanted to know if I'm to attend do I need to register or just turn up on the night with my $5?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ace5715 View Post
    Thinking about going to the Auckland meeting on the 21st of June, i'm not a member of the NZSA and wanted to know if I'm to attend do I need to register or just turn up on the night with my $5?
    Guests are welcome. You don't need to register. And yes, $5 charge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noodles View Post
    Guests are welcome. You don't need to register. And yes, $5 charge.
    Thanks Noodles

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    Just a reminder, the Auckland branch is hosting Grant Webster (THL) and Todd Hunter (TNR) tomorrow night.

    Details - 7.30 pm start (tea and coffee from 7pm)
    Alexandra Park, (please note there will be the usual $5 cover charge) Hobson Room, Level 4, Alexandra Park Functions Centre, Greenlane


    Non-members are most welcome. It is always a good chance to meet with fellow sharetrader members.
    Last edited by noodles; 20-06-2017 at 05:28 PM.
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    Extra keen to go along tonight with THL releasing a profit announcement this morning.

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    Default Nov Meeting

    Just a reminder, the Auckland branch is hosting Steve Browming (GXH) and Geoff Ross (MOA) on Nov 15.

    Details - 7.30 pm start (tea and coffee from 7pm)
    Alexandra Park, (please note there will be the usual $5 cover charge) Hobson Room, Level 4, Alexandra Park Functions Centre, Greenlane

    Non-members are most welcome. As it is the last meeting of the year, there will be a free beer after the speakers.
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    Default Feb Meeting

    An exciting lineup for the first meeting of the year on Wed Feb 28th.

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    7.30 pm start (tea and coffee from 7pm)

    Alexandra Park, (please note there will be the usual $5 cover charge) Hobson Room, Level 4, Alexandra Park Functions Centre, Greenlane
    Non-members welcome



    Mark Lister
    Mark is Head of Research for Craigs Investment Partners Private Wealth division. His team is responsible for all of the asset allocation, strategy and portfolio recommendation decisions for Craigs clients.

    Mark spoke last year and was one of the highlights. This is a great chance to get Mark's view on the state of the market and on particular stocks. He is not shy on giving an opinion. Last year he allocated a lot of time for questions.

    Greg Shanahan
    Greg Shanahan is Managing Director and co-founder of Veriphi Ltd. Veriphi is a private New Zealand company that is developing a revolutionary solution for low cost in-line analysis of fluids using lasers. Its first target market is the verification of intravenous drugs to prevent medication errors.

    Greg is also founder of the Technology Investment Network (TIN). TIN annually publishes the TIN100 Report, an authoritative benchmarking report on New Zealand’s 200 largest globally-focused technology businesses. TheTIN100 Report has become a critical reference tool for government and industry decision makers in supporting the growth of NZ’s technology export sector.

    Prior to establishing TIN in 1999, Greg worked for 10 years at Fisher and Paykel Appliances in marketing and operational roles, in New Zealand and the United States
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