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    I do not know how he keeps coming up with the goods,but he does.
    Interesting to see online sales now up to 9% of revenue.A sizeable amount.
    Estar must still be doing an excellent job on their on line platform.
    Last edited by percy; 03-08-2018 at 05:38 PM.

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    If I didn’t see the nice big divi and all those rebel and Briscoes ads I could almost be fooled into thinking he pulls his sales out of his magic hat

    Probably just a couple of years till online sales make up 20% of revenues
    and a Classic Estar plug !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patient Panda View Post
    If I didn’t see the nice big divi and all those rebel and Briscoes ads I could almost be fooled into thinking he pulls his sales out of his magic hat

    Probably just a couple of years till online sales make up 20% of revenues
    and a Classic Estar plug !
    Not a lot of people know I am an Estar shareholder....lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post
    Not a lot of people know I am an Estar shareholder....lol.
    Interesting Percy. eStar now powers the big Aussie David Jones which is several times bigger than Briscoes. Must have been talking to Rod Duke I’m also an eStar shareholder......lol.
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    BGR $68m ‘investment’ in Kathmandu now worth $133m

    Rod says ‘comfortable holding’ holding but options remain ...hmm

    If they sold them could fund a decent acquisition or as they don’t need more cash shareholders could get 60 cents a share back
    “Imagination is more important than knowledge.”

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    Was at Briscoes Salisbury St ChCh buying a skillet electric fry pan at 9.40 am this morning.Was $99.99 yesterday when we looked.Paid $40 today.
    Shop was flat out.Even a que to get into their car park.
    Last edited by percy; 23-11-2018 at 02:51 PM.

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    BGP only 10 cents or so off major support on the chart (lows of 2017 and highs of 2014). Today's 50%+ off sale was pumping, so plenty of stock flying out the door, hopefully still at decent margin and pumping up revenue after what may have been an otherwise lack lustre Dec retail period.

    Current prices could offer decent buying for yield and some day in the future capital gains, though as mentioned elsewhere, it's difficult to tell whether the retail sector as a whole has a contagion and this reliable divi payer is well past it's 50/200 DMA death cross (Oct'18) and still deflating SP.

    Wadda ya reckon people, buy into support at $3.10-12 or wait and see how low it goes?

    p.s. for years this stock has done well in the first quarter calendar year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baa_Baa View Post
    Wadda ya reckon people, buy into support at $3.10-12 or wait and see how low it goes?
    I have to admit, I am curious....

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    If BGP goes much lower I can see a certain majority holder building his holding.

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    chartbriscoes.jpg
    There is nothing about the chart that provides any encouragement at this point, in my opinion.
    I won't open up a new position with buying into a clear downtrend but each to their own. I must admit I have a lot of respect for how Rod Duke has run his operation over the years. Getting the timing right is the key here.
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    You need a longer timeframe chart, the support is from 2014

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    The only vaguely possible bullish pattern I can see is a descending triangle in last month or so, which could indicate a rise back to 3.40 - 3.50 but nah I wouldn't buy on that possibility certainly not yet. Ideally it could have a quick spike down before turning sharply up. But by the time its confirmed (and one should wait for confirmation) there wont be much left to take on the completion as its not really that big a pattern.
    For clarity, nothing I say is advice....

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    No signs of weakening sales at Briscoes

    http://nzx-prod-s7fsd7f98s.s3-websit...393/294658.pdf
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    Good result for Q4 compared to how many other retailers appear to have done.
    Forward PE on revised profit guidance 11.4 at $3.25. Looks about fair value to me.
    No butts, hold no mutts, (unless they're the furry variety).

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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    No signs of weakening sales at Briscoes

    http://nzx-prod-s7fsd7f98s.s3-websit...393/294658.pdf
    On line sales up an incredible 27%.

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