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    This was in the Herald today...

    "Shares in Ryman Healthcare were unchanged on 321c after it today confirmed it was opening a new retirement village in Napier."

    Does anyone have the full announcement?
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    Rmbbrave-saw details when they announced annual results in May-cost $20m and was due to have opened in Sept.
    Also in their annual report.

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    Thanks very much for clarifying that KJ.

    It thought that the Herald was saying something new but it appears this news is six months old.
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    Ryman is up to new highs.

    $3.50 today.

    I was tempted to sell up a few weeks back but after listening to everyone's advive decided to buy more. I am glad I did. I first bought at 1.68 in June 03.

    Thanks very much guys. This is what Sharetrader should be about - not childish bickering.
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    As I've just posted on another thread. Brian Gaynor picks RYM as not only the best prospect in this very competitive sector, but one of his top picks across the board for 2005.

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    Am glad I am overweighted to the hilt.
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    Freed up some funds from HQP to put into RYM today, and then the RYM SP does better out of a MET takeover rumour than MET . (Well not quite but it makes a better movie script).
    Can you guys talk it down over the weekend please? [:I]
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    PT

    How can you talk down the MET takeover? Surely it has to happen.


    The 5 year stand still agreement ended. Now as I understand it, if Cook or Todd want out, the other has to buy it, or a 3rd party buys both. Then has to be offered to all shareholders.

    How friendly are Cook & Todd? Apparently different philosophies.

    Todd must have agreed to Alexcich being poached, surely.

    Cook is duplicating MET in UK, by my research. He is a significant partner to a real estate company.

    Is there an expert who can advise on what happens to the massive tax losses sitting in MET? If the buyer buys Todd Lifecare & Private Healthcare, does it preserve the required continuity? If it does the shares must be worth more than $3.50. All IMHO.

    I believed someone was holding the shareprice last week, bought another 30,000, at $2.60.



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    quote:Originally posted by Lawso

    As I've just posted on another thread. Brian Gaynor picks RYM as not only the best prospect in this very competitive sector, but one of his top picks across the board for 2005.
    I have a lot of time for Brian Gaynor so I would like to read his article. Could you please tell me where I can see it.
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    rmbbrave: I was simply reporting some points from BG's talk this week to the Auck branch of the NZ Shareholders Assn. I posted more on the Market Driven? thread. There is no "article". BG's article in today's NZ Herald discusses mainly KIP and other listed property businesses and the "obscene" profits made by their management companies. This he also discussed at some length in his talk on Wednesday evening.

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    Thanks very much Lawso.
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    I was expecting the price to fall back after the div date.
    355 today, is something about to happen?

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    Dividend irrelevant. All related To MET takeover, by Aussies?

    MET & RYM still make a good fit, even though emphasis is slightly different. Very complimentary, location wise!

    I still think MET a good take-over opportunity for Todd.

    Ratkin, Hows the Betfair..are UK horses still doing ok?

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    Nothing changed on the betfair front, still making good trading profits, the prospect of an australian ban also seems to be receding.

    Where is all this talk of merger with metlife coming from?
    Always makes me nervous that type of thing. Some good companies often come a cropper once they start merging/ aquiring ie Baycorp, warehouse etc

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    Some just sold for 334.
    It would seem that we are moving back to the real world here.
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    PT,

    Wasn't 398 shares was it?

    I just had that many bought for me. Part of an unfilled order I placed on Dec 2. I was a bit suprised too, I thought that order was filled and my brokers computer had started a shopping spree with my money!
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    quote:Originally posted by rmbbrave

    PT,

    Wasn't 398 shares was it?

    I just had that many bought for me. Part of an unfilled order I placed on Dec 2. I was a bit suprised too, I thought that order was filled and my brokers computer had started a shopping spree with my money!
    Yes it was.
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    <pre id="code">Originally posted by Paper Tiger

    quote:Originally posted by rmbbrave

    PT,

    Wasn't 398 shares was it?

    I just had that many bought for me. Part of an unfilled order I placed on Dec 2. I was a bit suprised too, I thought that order was filled and my brokers computer had started a shopping spree with my money!
    </pre id="code">

    Yes it was.
    If you two had just got together you could have saved yourselves brokers fees.

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    I was just making a general comment that the price had dropped from the troposphere and I did not in fact buy any at said price.
    I am of the opinion that the SP is still on the high side and I am hoping that it will fall further.
    If it gets down to a number I am happy with then Ryman will be added to my long term portfolio, otherwise I will spend elsewhere.

    I did have a rather cheeky bid in at one point today just in case someone wanted to sell out at any price, but no one took the offering. [V]
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    Paper Tiger. And what number will you be happy with? At todays price of 3.44 its on a PE of 15.6
    Its been on that for 3 mnths. Ive chose Rym as the
    first stock I ever bought in Aug 03 because I knew a bit about the retirement village business and how they make their money. They have been steadily on the rise and their business will continue to grow. Even if you pay nex years price now, you will be laughing in 2 yrs time.

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