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    Quote Originally Posted by Greekwatchdog View Post
    Bull thats just crap. They are at different spectrums of the Retail world. Hardly a real comparison.
    no BGR IS WAY BETTER THAN HLG

    anyway lets celebrate the new highs


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    its gone skyward in the last month ...new zealand must have gone shopping mad ...

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    Jeez BGP share price a lot higher than HLG share price

    Wasn’t that long ago HLG was nearing $8.00 (ok &7.80 odd) and at the same time BGP was only $5.80

    One down $0.70 while other up $1.50

    Some turn around - HLG big loser ….probably reflects financial performance (to be confirmed soon)
    . To say extreme valuations are “justified” is also to say that long-term market losses are “justified.” .

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    W(n) to be fair one is being slammed in AUS compared to the local market coming back in a few weeks time in New Zealand unlike NSW. Auckland could probably go level 2.5 next week as far as business is concerned.
    Last edited by Waltzingironmansinlgescul; 15-09-2021 at 03:34 PM.

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    Can somebody please explain why comparisons between the BGP and HLG share prices are being made? A meaningful comparison between the two companies is their market capitalization but share price comparisons seems completely meaningless. What am I missing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by emearg View Post
    Can somebody please explain why comparisons between the BGP and HLG share prices are being made? A meaningful comparison between the two companies is their market capitalization but share price comparisons seems completely meaningless. What am I missing?
    Fun and maybe meaningful for some to watch the relative movements in the share prices ….easy to see whose winning or losing

    Look it not I hazard a guess the comparisons will continue for a while
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    Retail is Retail and that why the comparison as the investor is sector based not Company based. So far HLG has always been a volatile stock. The real interest is if MR B get his 7 dollars for WHS in the longer run.

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    Market close: Rod Duke newly minted billionaire as Briscoe Group shares reach new high
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/...ectid=12472292

    Well done Rod you done good. The next challenge is what to do with it. "What does it profit a man to gain the whole world..."

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    testing please ignore
    Last edited by ThaiJohn; 16-09-2021 at 07:28 AM. Reason: testing

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    He some guy that Rod

    Businessdesk story

    When Briscoe was listed in December 2001, it had an IPO value of just $210 million. This was slightly ahead of the market values of Michael Hill and Hallenstein Glasson at the time, but 90% below Stephen Tindall’s The Warehouse, which was worth $2.01 billion in late 2001.

    Briscoe is now the most valuable NZX retailer, well ahead of The Warehouse, and of Kathmandu which listed in November 2009. Meanwhile, Hallenstein Glasson and Michael Hill are now a long way behind.

    https://businessdesk.co.nz/article/o...-briscoes-sale
    Prob oaywalled
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