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    Quote Originally Posted by allfromacell View Post
    Maybe your's is delayed?

    Mine: https://i.imgur.com/4IP4Y7Z.png
    Maybe I am - but heres what I show
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    Quote Originally Posted by minimoke View Post
    Maybe I am - but heres what I show
    Your price action seems consistent with the live data, very strange.

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    News just out.....Macquarie adding to their various stakes

    Summary for Macquarie Group Limited

    For last disclosure,--
    (a) total number held in class: 37,995,045
    Macquarie Bank Limited - 31,334,703
    Macquarie Investment Management Global Ltd - 169,311
    Macquarie Investment Management Australia Ltd - 5,613,628
    Macquarie Investment Management Ltd - 877,403
    (b) total in class: 734,797,297
    (c) total percentage held in class: 5.17%

    For current holding after ceasing to have substantial holding,--
    (a) total number held in class: 31,805,413
    Macquarie Bank Limited - 25,050,373
    Macquarie Investment Management Global Ltd - 182,362
    Macquarie Investment Management Australia Ltd - 5,695,835
    Macquarie Investment Management Ltd - 871,343
    Macquarie Securities (New Zealand) Ltd - 5,500
    (b) total in class: 734,797,297
    (c) total percentage held in class: 4.33%

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    They actually have reduced their holdings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 777 View Post
    They actually have reduced their holdings.

    Oops thanks my mistake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 777 View Post
    They actually have reduced their holdings.
    Yes they have. Why? "Borrowing to Return". It helps to read the disclosure.

    We in NZ aren't really tuned into the large brokers/fundies game on the ASX, their shorting, going long, contrary trades, algo bots trading, who they represent, etc etc. It is confusing for many, probably not even on the radar for most, and frankly it's immaterial to the average Joe who buys a stake and rides out the day to day stuff. Just distracting noise best ignored, unless you're a very savvy well resourced and informed trader.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ziggy415 View Post
    Did no one else see TV three this morning...your Jane voted top boss in nz
    Those TV Three people have a wicked sense of humour don't they?

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    Nice gain for the day...... no doubt the SML results helped. Let's hope the upwards momentum continues in the weeks ahead.

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    Last time Mark and I agreed ATM share price took off

    Will go over 11 bucks oday and maybe 12 bucks tomorrow


    Mark Lister (@MarkListerNZ)
    29/11/18, 6:43 AM
    Eventful night. Powell suggests US interest rates are close to neutral, driving a big rally in stock, plus our 6wk old baby slept through the night. NZX likely to get some good support today, particularly growth stocks like ATM I would think.
    “In a roaring bull market, knowledge is superfluous and experience is a handicap.”

    –Benjamin Graham”

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    I'm usually not one for short term gains but with the Dow raising after the Fed Chair speech but more importantly A2 broke several TA hurdles yesterday on the ASX so wise TA money should flood in and short positions will be covered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silu View Post
    I'm usually not one for short term gains but with the Dow raising after the Fed Chair speech but more importantly A2 broke several TA hurdles yesterday on the ASX so wise TA money should flood in and short positions will be covered.
    My thinking too. Took a position on open.

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    Resistance today @ A$10.38 (NZ$11.06 @.9384)

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    This Huawei carry on ...here and Australia

    Could China do something to cut back on IF from ANZ as a retaliation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greater fool View Post
    That cafe looks familiar from days bygone

    Ouch ATM not giving me a return ..that would be bad outcome
    Last edited by winner69; 30-11-2018 at 04:40 PM.
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