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    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post
    I am taking another leave from this thread.
    I am not going to change my mind,neither is anyone else.Pointless.
    You will be missed Percy. I've appreciated your input for many years.

    While you seem to be a lone voice for the merits of TNR at the moment, please remember that some of the contrary comments here are well intentioned and genuinely concerned about your choice and TNR.

    I wish you well and will genuinely miss your wise posts and hope you come back refreshed. (Disc; Don't hold TNR .)

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    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post
    Yes,I remember it well.
    So today with the better margins retailing, rather than wholesaling.they are in a much stronger position.
    Add on finance ,insurance ,and property development margin, I would have to say I think they are "well positioned,."


    I am taking another leave from this thread.
    I am not going to change my mind,neither is anyone else.
    Pointless.
    Morning Percy....
    Good move taking leave, I agree that its probably all been said
    We need the company results to speak in either a positive or negative way.

    Good luck to all holders ! Yep...that includes me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RTM View Post
    Morning Percy....
    Good move taking leave, I agree that its probably all been said
    We need the company results to speak in either a positive or negative way.

    Good luck to all holders ! Yep...that includes me.
    Results are too late usually to get in or get out.

    Why investors pay a fortune for analysts to monitor and assess stocks on an ongoing basis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post
    Yes,I remember it well.
    So today with the better margins retailing, rather than wholesaling.they are in a much stronger position.
    Add on finance ,insurance ,and property development margin, I would have to say I think they are "well positioned,."


    I am taking another leave from this thread.
    I am not going to change my mind,neither is anyone else.
    Pointless.
    May be you should come back now after big purchase (500k shares) by Martin Barry (Director) on Friday.

    https://www.nzx.com/announcements/337343

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    thanks sb9, a big vote of confidence there, phew!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshuatree View Post
    thanks sb9, a big vote of confidence there, phew!
    I think so too. And from memory, he is the newly appointed Director from last year ans based out of Singapore. And has very impressive background as per below:

    Martin Berry

    Independent Director - Appointed August 2018
    Martin Berry is a seasoned global financial services executive having run large international businesses for the likes of ANZ, Citibank, Barclays and Standard Chartered. He later focused on more entrepreneurial ventures with a successful track record of having built, acquired and sold several companies with values in excess of USD 100m. Martin later founded and now runs venture capital firm Brandhaus Capital Partners out of Singapore investing across the region with a strong focus on fintech.

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    could be a negative

    The Government wants to provide discounts for importing cleaner cars to New Zealand

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/a...ectid=12247724
    bull

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    Quote Originally Posted by bull.... View Post
    could be a negative

    The Government wants to provide discounts for importing cleaner cars to New Zealand

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/a...ectid=12247724
    "The Government is signalling its intention to slash the price of imported electric and hybrid vehicles by up to $8000 in a bid to make greener cars cheaper for Kiwis"

    I am in Georgia (the country) at the moment and the most common car by far is the Toyota Prius because of incentives like the above.

    It was the same in Ulaanbaatar (Mongolia) a few years ago.
    om mani peme hum

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snow Leopard View Post
    "The Government is signalling its intention to slash the price of imported electric and hybrid vehicles by up to $8000 in a bid to make greener cars cheaper for Kiwis"

    I am in Georgia (the country) at the moment and the most common car by far is the Toyota Prius because of incentives like the above.

    It was the same in Ulaanbaatar (Mongolia) a few years ago.
    enjoying yourself i imagine. just goes to show how far NZ is behind the ball lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by bull.... View Post
    could be a negative

    The Government wants to provide discounts for importing cleaner cars to New Zealand

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/a...ectid=12247724
    A change like this usually leads to a massive upsurge in demand - would have thought it is a positive?

    I talked to several Uber drivers in recent times and they all say they can only make their Uber business work due to the hybrid vehicles (Toyota mostly) they drive - they get 800 kms to a tank vs 250kms to 300kms for combustion and low maintenance.

    Justifies the initial higher vehicle cost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Balance View Post
    A change like this usually leads to a massive upsurge in demand - would have thought it is a positive?

    I talked to several Uber drivers in recent times and they all say they can only make their Uber business work due to the hybrid vehicles (Toyota mostly) they drive - they get 800 kms to a tank vs 250kms to 300kms for combustion and low maintenance.

    Justifies the initial higher vehicle cost.
    people rushing to beat price hikes im guessing your alluding to? only short term boost to a declining new vehicle sales market. next they might ban diesel engines lol
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    Sorry to pop in.
    Note this year's agm is back to its normal week.

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    RoadShow dates have been announced.

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    Just hope there are no unexpected surprises
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