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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    Premier Investments (Smiggle, Just Jeans and Peter Alexander) profits booming in OZ. HLG will be doing the same, if not better

    The retail group, which is majority-owned and chaired by billionaire Solomon Lew, told investors on Wednesday it expects earnings before interest and tax to come in at between $221 million and $233 million for the 27 weeks to January 30, a 75 to 85 per cent improvement on the first half of fiscal 2020. Its shares jumped more than 12 per cent to a new $25.40 record when the ASX opened for trading.


    https://www.smh.com.au/business/comp...13-p56tp5.html
    Thx, W69 for keeping track and posting.

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    Is this an ATH? $7 dollars

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha View Post
    Is this an ATH? $7 dollars
    $7.01 is previous ATH, hopefully we breach that today

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha View Post
    Who has placed an order at $100k for 1 share?

    Going to take a while for share price to get that high but I can def see double digits this year.
    That is $100 for one share.

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    opps missed the.

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    $7.10 !!!

    I presume the technical analysis folks will be looking closely now.

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    Long way to go. Dont get excited yet. Stocks with low liquidity can have Para Tops. Remember AUS retails sales is still under 2020 over all the last time we downloaded the data from the Aus Stats site.

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    Shouldn’t forget that last time shareprice was $7 odd it was cum 24 cent dividend

    So today’s $7.10 is really pretty good ( on the old adjusted basis trick previous ATH was only $6.77


    Just imagine what’ll happen if/when they declare a 30 cent interim divie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    Shouldn’t forget that last time shareprice was $7 odd it was cum 24 cent dividend

    So today’s $7.10 is really pretty good ( on the old adjusted basis trick previous ATH was only $6.77


    Just imagine what’ll happen if/when they declare a 30 cent interim divie.

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    $7.20 ATH and powering on with some volume evident - any decent volume on the offer is getting taken out.

    Which must imo mean the big institutional boys are back from their holidays and they like HLG.

    Sellers are retreating to the hills so $8 should be the next easy target to reach.

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    Hear we go

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    13 dollars is para top.

    big insto's buy from a program laid out from not a oh ill buy this today.

    Its likely some brokers are advising clients to buy dividends just like they have been advising buy green enegry.

    The new Audi fully electric vehicles are being advertised and soon anyone driving a diesel will be frowned on by younger people.

    A farmer the other day said he was looking to go electric but recharging was still an issue where he lived.
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    Even Premier can double profits then HLG will probably do heaps better.

    Beagle said H1 be about $24m v $16m last year .....probably going to be higher

    Market loved Premiers announcement ...up 20% plus

    Seems Premier good performance has not gone unnoticed by NZ punters ...pile into HLG while it’s so cheap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    Even Premier can double profits then HLG will probably do heaps better.

    Beagle said H1 be about $24m v $16m last year .....probably going to be higher

    Market loved Premiers announcement ...up 20% plus

    Seems Premier good performance has not gone unnoticed by NZ punters ...pile into HLG while it’s so cheap.
    Not so loud, W69 - man is trying hard to get stock at $7.10, then $7.15 and it’s running away!

    Will be a sp inquiry soon and what is the company going to reply? Read W69 at ST?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Balance View Post
    Not so loud, W69 - man is trying hard to get stock at $7.10, then $7.15 and it’s running away!

    Will be a sp inquiry soon and what is the company going to reply? Read W69 at ST?
    but it might be a bit late -- the secret looks like it's out now ..
    ... the fine art of sniffing out debits & credits hidden under the carpet can pay dividends ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Balance View Post
    Not so loud, W69 - man is trying hard to get stock at $7.10, then $7.15 and it’s running away!
    Good luck lol. Check out that spread. At time of writing, nothing on offer unless you want to pay $8.95!

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    a bit of a run away $7.30 last (20 min delay)
    $7.31 buy $7.50 sell
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    Just imagine if an investment house took a shine to HLG - like Gragher did a couple of years ago

    They might need to pay up to $10 to get a decent holding

    Could be attractive for such investors seeing Glassons growing presence and success in Australia ...and off course their online presence
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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    Just imagine if an investment house took a shine to HLG - like Gragher did a couple of years ago

    They might need to pay up to $10 to get a decent holding

    Could be attractive for such investors seeing Glassons growing presence and success in Australia ...and off course their online presence
    And remember, this is all before the possibility of HLG entering the NZX50.

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    Seems there is basically nobody willing to part with their shares. Will be $8 by tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawz View Post
    Seems there is basically nobody willing to part with their shares. Will be $8 by tomorrow
    Would you when you can get that sort of yield that HLG pays?

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