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    HLG is a stomach churning cyclical, all fine if you know how to buy the upcycle getting the capital gains and the dividends, and sell the down cycle avoiding capital losses. Otherwise it's a recipe for nightmares.

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    BAA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baa_Baa View Post
    HLG is a stomach churning cyclical, all fine if you know how to buy the upcycle getting the capital gains and the dividends, and sell the down cycle avoiding capital losses. Otherwise it's a recipe for nightmares.

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    TA pretty useful eh
    No butts, hold no mutts, (unless they're the furry variety).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baa_Baa View Post
    HLG is a stomach churning cyclical, all fine if you know how to buy the upcycle getting the capital gains and the dividends, and sell the down cycle avoiding capital losses. Otherwise it's a recipe for nightmares.

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    Nice Mountain range there Baa_Baa, I guess those that bought in 2001 and just held would have done nicely out of the dividends and would currently be nicely in the green, would have been a real test of endurance in 2009 however.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baa_Baa View Post
    HLG is a stomach churning cyclical, all fine if you know how to buy the upcycle getting the capital gains and the dividends, and sell the down cycle avoiding capital losses. Otherwise it's a recipe for nightmares.

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    Beauty of a long term uptrend there - just got to wait for the $2.20 mark and start buying.

    Kudos for the log price axis. We will make a chartist of you yet
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    Hallensteins out east was absolutely packed today! Yesterday morning was just as packed. $29 for jeans I mean thatís a bargain if I say so myself

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snow Leopard View Post
    Beauty of a long term uptrend there - just got to wait for the $2.20 mark and start buying.

    Kudos for the log price axis. We will make a chartist of you yet
    14 years here, more before that on Sharechat when it had a discussion group and countless more before that on the old Kitco when Gold was doing it's thing. Finally a compliment from the Snow Leopard, for a Log Axis! Yeah OK, kudos back at ya, you're a patient teacher.

    Without any real TA, this is just a simple chart with very long term support and resistance trend lines. Real TAnalysis is not worth posting here, imo, it just provokes a technical discussion that bamboozles the masses and diverts the discussion to a weird place, sometimes wounding the poster and they leave, @Hoop for example (miss him here).

    I'll be buying $2.20 as well, if it happens. Probably won't though, the missing support trendline from my chart is 2009 to mid-2016 which suggests a support range around $2.90-$3.20

    Still pretty brutal these cyclicals, if you're not acting on market sentiment there can be many months or even years between sleeping well and sleepless nights.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LAC View Post
    Hallensteins out east was absolutely packed today! Yesterday morning was just as packed. $29 for jeans I mean that’s a bargain if I say so myself
    Just wondering what margin they might have on a $29 jeans? Good for the consumer ... but is it really good for the shareholder?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baa_Baa View Post
    HLG is a stomach churning cyclical, all fine if you know how to buy the upcycle getting the capital gains and the dividends, and sell the down cycle avoiding capital losses. Otherwise it's a recipe for nightmares.

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    your chart illustrates nicely a wise person would have sold at just under 6 based on past behaviour.
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    Quote Originally Posted by couta1 View Post
    A lot of speculation and guess work going on on here, I'm happy just to wait until Feb to find out the truth from the horses mouth.PS-The sooner Gragher gone the better.Lol
    couta heres a link for you your now be able to follow your gdp data , retail sales in real time. by the way im picking a good xmas sales season in nz , not sure about aus

    http://www.gdplive.net/Dashboard
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    Quote Originally Posted by bull.... View Post
    couta heres a link for you your now be able to follow your gdp data , retail sales in real time. by the way im picking a good xmas sales season in nz , not sure about aus

    http://www.gdplive.net/Dashboard
    Thanks for that, very useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackPeter View Post
    Just wondering what margin they might have on a $29 jeans? Good for the consumer ... but is it really good for the shareholder?
    Not sure on jeans but I do know the markup on men's T-shirts and women's sleepwear as I have some products being manufactured at the same manufacturer and trust me it is insane the markup on them. Their deadlines and logistics is top notch compared to my process. Wont publish that info on here though If jeans are anything of the same margins I am sure it will be fine at those discount prices as well.

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    Price looks stable at current level with Gragher on holiday, about fair value IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by couta1 View Post
    Price looks stable at current level with Gragher on holiday, about fair value IMO.
    Enjoy that massive dividend arriving today mate
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagle View Post
    Enjoy that massive dividend arriving today mate
    Sure will, will be buying a bathtub full of A2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagle View Post
    Enjoy that massive dividend arriving today mate
    She's arrived and she's a biggie.

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