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    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post
    I have shared my research on PAZ for eight years here on ST.
    My projections are based on that research.
    PAZ's agm presentation gives those projections,which I pointed out are growth rate twice their current PE ratio.
    Facts,not ramping.
    Yes percy you have done well with your millions of PAZ shares

    Long may the journey continue ...even longer than the 10 years as per subject of this thread ...might even get to that $4.50 /$5.00 you hinted. That will be a big day for all of us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    Yes percy you have done well with your millions of PAZ shares

    Long may the journey continue ...even longer than the 10 years as per subject of this thread ...might even get to that $4.50 /$5.00 you hinted. That will be a big day for all of us.
    As per the thread,"Your $1 mil inheritance is locked for 10 years in one company,which one?",I selected to buy [in theory] 14,285.714 PAZ at 7 cents,which would be worth $64,285,713 at your $4.50..
    Now that really is the $64mil question.Will they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagle View Post

    Congratulations, you just inherited one million dollars and there are just two conditions. Its to be held in trust for you and all dividends received reinvested and you can't touch it for 10 years. You can only choose one company to invest the full amount into. Which company do you choose and why ?
    TBH I still detect an undercurrent of niggling on this post. I am not quite sure why and what the issue is with Percy choosing to invest in PAZ (other than it is unlisted, at the moment, but so what).

    I may be wrong but I have never regarded Percys enthusiasm to be ramping. I actually think its good to have our eyes open to new investement opportunities rather than the same old same old, so I will be very interested to follow PAZ and see how they go over the next ten years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post
    As per the thread,"Your $1 mil inheritance is locked for 10 years in one company,which one?",I selected to buy [in theory] 14,285.714 PAZ at 7 cents,which would be worth $64,285,713 at your $4.50..
    Now that really is the $64mil question.Will they?
    But $71,428,570.00 (that’s $71m plus change) at $5.00

    No worries
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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    But $71,428,570.00 (that’s $71m plus change) at $5.00

    No worries
    I like the sound of that! No worries indeed

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    PAZ and PEB kinda rhyme but let's hope the former doesn't follow the path of the later dog. PS-Remenber all the hype PEB got in the early days, it was going to the moon until it wasn't. PPS- I certainly wouldn't put a million into a high risk company like this although a million inheritance was never your money in the first place so a bit different but PAZ looks worth a small punt I reckon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by couta1 View Post
    PAZ and PEB kinda rhyme but let's hope the former doesn't follow the path of the later dog. PS-Remenber all the hype PEB got in the early days, it was going to the moon until it wasn't. PPS- I certainly wouldn't put a million into a high risk company like this although a million inheritance was never your money in the first place so a bit different but PAZ looks worth a small punt I reckon.
    Sure is mate

    Glad you joining the party ...the more the merrier

    I reckon beagle has already joined in.
    Last edited by winner69; 09-06-2019 at 11:07 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by couta1 View Post
    PAZ and PEB kinda rhyme but let's hope the former doesn't follow the path of the later dog. PS-Remenber all the hype PEB got in the early days, it was going to the moon until it wasn't. PPS- I certainly wouldn't put a million into a high risk company like this although a million inheritance was never your money in the first place so a bit different but PAZ looks worth a small punt I reckon.
    PAZ has more in common with ATM.
    Both were started by the late Howard Paterson.
    To the best of my knowledge he had nothing to do with PEB.Neither have I..

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    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post
    PAZ has more in common with ATM.
    Both were started by the late Howard Paterson.
    To the best of my knowledge he had nothing to do with PEB.Neither have I..
    Probably correct ....an obituary said this -

    Some of the higher-profile dairy companies he was involved with included A2 Corporation, producing A2 milk with its claimed benefits, and companies such as Botry-Zen, Pharma Zen and Blis Technologies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    Probably correct ....an obituary said this -

    Some of the higher-profile dairy companies he was involved with included A2 Corporation, producing A2 milk with its claimed benefits, and companies such as Botry-Zen, Pharma Zen and Blis Technologies.
    His brothers are still large shareholders of PAZ.
    Howard's friend Dr.Wayne Burt, is the second largest shareholder of PAZ, as well as being a director.
    Google him [Australia] and if you are up to it, check out his latest UK address.[NZ Companies office,Pharmazen,directors]
    Last edited by percy; 09-06-2019 at 11:26 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    Probably correct ....an obituary said this -

    Some of the higher-profile dairy companies he was involved with included A2 Corporation, producing A2 milk with its claimed benefits, and companies such as Botry-Zen, Pharma Zen and Blis Technologies.
    Think I along with the Paterson boys had some BOZ shares once

    They eventually went belly up and other people run Botry-zen now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    Think I along with the Paterson boys had some BOZ shares once

    They eventually went belly up and other people run Botry-zen now.
    Their ATM most probably more than covered any BOZ losses.[and then some].
    PAZ will be the icing on the cake .!
    How are you getting on finding out Dr.Wayne Burt's background.?
    Try Googling "International banker takes on A2."
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    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post
    Their ATM most probably more than covered any BOZ losses.[and then some].
    PAZ will be the icing on the cake .!
    How are you getting on finding out Dr.Wayne Burt's background.?
    Try Googling "International banker takes on A2."
    Most things he touches turns to gold eh

    That’s good, nothing like following good fortune.
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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    Most things he touches turns to gold eh

    That’s good, nothing like following good fortune.
    psssssssst..................If you get in quickly tomorrow morning, you may be lucky to get some at 16 cents.
    Have to be quick though.
    If not 17 cents will look a steal by Christmas.

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    Percy, we should stop going on about how perceptive Howard Patterson and his family and friends were on this thread — diverts attention away from the main topic

    If we do carry on the conversation somebody might come up with Blis Technologies as the stock to put their inheritance on — at least that would be on thread
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