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    Costco .... Ouch

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    Quote Originally Posted by stoploss View Post
    Costco .... Ouch
    My thoughts exactly. Only just so much spending "pie" out there, to be cut in thinner slices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stoploss View Post
    Costco .... Ouch
    will disrupt for sure , not just whs but supermarkets , briscoes etc etc
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    Quote Originally Posted by bull.... View Post
    will disrupt for sure , not just whs but supermarkets , briscoes etc etc
    Yes it definitely will. Possibly the fuel retailers as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    Yes it definitely will. Possibly the fuel retailers as well
    One out of the way retailer does not make a chain, 10 Costcos do , look how long its taken Bunnings to get footprints into suburban N Z .

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatsup View Post
    One out of the way retailer does not make a chain, 10 Costcos do , look how long its taken Bunnings to get footprints into suburban N Z .
    I visited a Costco store in Iceland last year that they setup a couple of years ago. Something like 35-40% of the +18 population now has a membership. A friend who runs icecream and takeaway shops tells me he now buys almost all his ingredients from there, rather than wholesalers. Significantly cheaper. It has caused a major change on the retail scene, including fuel. I suspect something similar can happen in NZ, starting in Auckland.

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    WHS down, how low will they go before it is starting to look like a BUY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bottomfeeder View Post
    WHS down, how low will they go before it is starting to look like a BUY.
    Maybe never.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bottomfeeder View Post
    WHS down, how low will they go before it is starting to look like a BUY.
    Some questions are just not answerable https://invst.ly/b0f35 here's a monthly chart going back to July 2004, what do you see, apart from massive sustained capital destruction? Maybe a floor in the SP back to 2017? Is there any reason why that support will hold this time like it has for a couple of years? Who knows.

    Sometime it's best just to avoid a wealth destruction machine, maybe reconsider when or if it ever returns to an up trend? Personally I reckon WHS is seriously in trouble, the short term sell off coincides with the Cost Co. announcement. We haven't seen yet how IKEA and Amazon shipping from Australia will work out.

    Anyway, back to that chart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baa_Baa View Post
    Some questions are just not answerable https://invst.ly/b0f35 here's a monthly chart going back to July 2004, what do you see, apart from massive sustained capital destruction? Maybe a floor in the SP back to 2017? Is there any reason why that support will hold this time like it has for a couple of years? Who knows.

    Sometime it's best just to avoid a wealth destruction machine, maybe reconsider when or if it ever returns to an up trend? Personally I reckon WHS is seriously in trouble, the short term sell off coincides with the Cost Co. announcement. We haven't seen yet how IKEA and Amazon shipping from Australia will work out.

    Anyway, back to that chart.
    That’s one really sad chart eh baabaa and no doubt reflects Warehouse performance over those years.

    Performance wise I reckon currently it’s as good as it ever will be.
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    Market update announced at 16:19 today - so how on earth did the share price jump 10 cents after the close?

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    The market closes at 17:00.
    No advice here. Just banter. DYOR

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    Quote Originally Posted by noodles View Post
    The market closes at 17:00.
    Wow 17 bucks! IIRC I sold out alll those years ago into one of those stake building offers at about $5! I guess the lesson is, just because you sell a share, that isn't an excuse for not paying enough attention to it in the future ;-P

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    I think I am one of the few people bullish on the warehouse. Good announcement, and the launch of themarket prior to Amazon's arrival has potential. Check out themarket.co.nz if you haven't already. Currently in beta, it really should have been announced to the nzx already.

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    I thought the announcement was extremely positive.
    The big surprise to me was their big debt reduction.
    This is been made by better stock control.

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