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    End of Financial Year next week ...they essentially know by now the result

    SO NO NEWS IS GOOD NEWS

    NPBT likely to $33m to $35m .....decent growth over last year

    Share price back to $3 before we know it

    Glad some packed a sad below $2.20 and fearfully sold out ...thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    End of Financial Year next week ...they essentially know by now the result
    If turners have a 50% off type sale this weekend we know numbers aren't looking good

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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    End of Financial Year next week ...they essentially know by now the result

    SO NO NEWS IS GOOD NEWS

    NPBT likely to $33m to $35m .....decent growth over last year

    Share price back to $3 before we know it

    Glad some packed a sad below $2.20 and fearfully sold out ...thanks
    That's what the Synlait shareholders thought.

    No news may mean we do not want to give you the bad news just yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post
    Your comments should be directed at the other Beagle.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vURZqS2xMkI No interest whatsoever in the bait or the Moon cycle
    No butts, hold no mutts, (unless they're the furry variety).

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    Incredible.
    Reminds me why ARG are happy to have a "mutually beneficial long-term reltionship " with Turners.
    Land banking by ARV.
    Turners need land/space/yard to display vehicles.Buildings are moveable containers. So bare land would suit them.
    At end of lease Turners move on with their container buildings.
    ARV have a site to "fully" develop,brought years ago, and the rent would have covered their holding costs.
    Clever,like the hound who in the end woke up and scored the treat.
    Well we are past the full moon,and all is well,next stop the divie announcement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post
    Well we are past the full moon,and all is well,next stop the divie announcement.
    I'm afraid it will have to be a SPECTACULAR divvy announcement to make up for my capital losses on this.

    I started getting hopeful last week when the SP rose into the $2.30 range, but alas it was short-lived. Here we are at $2.26 and a profound lack of interest from buyers and sellers alike.

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    Stay disappointed.!
    Will be 4 cents fully imputed per share at the end of April.
    Looks as though the lull in selling was caused by the seller being on holiday for a couple of weeks...lol.

    ps.I have seen some photos of the new Whangarei Branch.Looks great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post
    Stay disappointed.!
    Yeah, I'm used to it now ...

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    One month ago I sold out my complete TRA holding after losing faith into the company. Looks like I managed to find pretty much the SP bottom for doing so.

    However - on the bright side - I used the money to buy HGH ... and hey - I am already now 3% better off thanks to this swap than if I would have kept my TRA shares. And to be honest - I think my up chances look better as well ;

    HGH-TRA-1month.jpg

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    My SELL finger is getting itchy, but currently there's nothing I really want to move the money into - well not at the right price to justify the loss I'll make.

    Sitting tight for now and waiting for winner's promised return to $3.

    ... unless something better comes along ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackPeter View Post
    One month ago I sold out my complete TRA holding after losing faith into the company. Looks like I managed to find pretty much the SP bottom for doing so.

    However - on the bright side - I used the money to buy HGH ... and hey - I am already now 3% better off thanks to this swap than if I would have kept my TRA shares. And to be honest - I think my up chances look better as well ;

    HGH-TRA-1month.jpg

    Memo: It even can be good to sell at the bottom;
    I do not rate HLG's new CEO,so that keeps me away from HLG.She was never at one place for long,and that raises a "red flag' to me.
    TRA are due to report in late May,so without any "real news" I am not prepared to act on "fake news",or "no news".
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    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post
    I do not rate HLG's new CEO,so that keeps me away from HLG.She was never at one place for long,and that raises a "red flag' to me.
    TRA are due to report in late May,so without any "real news" I am not prepared to act on "fake news",or "no news".
    Hi percy - I bought (as my post states) HGH (Heartland), not HLG (Hallensteins). But yes, I know, Heartlands frequent name and ticker changes have been confusing for all of us ;
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackPeter View Post
    Hi percy - I bought (as my post states) HGH (Heartland), not HLG (Hallensteins). But yes, I know, Heartlands frequent name and ticker changes have been confusing for all of us ;
    Oh dear.!.... apologies.
    Great timing with your HGH purchase.
    Pleased you changed your mind on HGH.[Hope I have that right?.]

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    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post
    Oh dear.!.... apologies.
    Great timing with your HGH purchase.
    Pleased you changed your mind on HGH.[Hope I have that right?.]
    So do I ;
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    The perfect inverse bell curve pattern not looking too good

    Snow Leopard was only taking the mickey out of us.
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