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    Quote Originally Posted by Master98 View Post
    all major analysts price target revised to lo1.21, med1.28, hi1.35.
    They be chasing their tail methinks

    Those numbers will look stupid in a few months when share price is 160 plus

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    They've been chasing their tail for a long time now...like little kittens or should that read pussies ?
    HNZ stuck at the very bottom of their bank valuation matrix despite growing at several times the pace of some of the other Australasian banks, go figure...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger View Post
    They've been chasing their tail for a long time now...like little kittens or should that read pussies ?
    HNZ stuck at the very bottom of their bank valuation matrix despite growing at several times the pace of some of the other Australasian banks, go figure...
    Give them some credit .....some of those analysts have been / are influenced by Heartland themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger View Post
    They've been chasing their tail for a long time now...like little kittens or should that read pussies ?
    HNZ stuck at the very bottom of their bank valuation matrix despite growing at several times the pace of some of the other Australasian banks, go figure...
    Give them some credit .....i have a feeling that some of those analysts have been / are influenced by Heartland themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    Give them some credit .....some of those analysts have been / are influenced by Heartland themselves.
    And are obviously bereft of an "old school" accountants abacus

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    Quote Originally Posted by janner View Post
    Well the " Burst " came a little early.. ( 3 months plus wages )..

    So will bring forward my April to Feb.. When the results come out.. Which will then be another " Burst ". Followed by Consolidation IMHO..

    Having been in this one since the before the beginning with percy and others..

    It is good to reap the rewards .. Aye percy :-))

    Bottom drawer stuff for you newbies !! :-)))) IMHO.. DYOR.. :-))
    OK.. Wrong again..

    Will the price rise again after my next prediction :-)))

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger View Post
    Hot off the Chch rumour mill... Uncle Percy was just seen eagerly quaffing his favourite refreshment down at his local looking very contented indeed
    Apparently he is on the airline no fly list now, as his wallet is far too heavy.

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    Thumbs down Currently mildly pleased - But expecting a pull back

    Current market price: $1.32
    Average buy price: $0.655
    Average cumulative dividend $0.103 (after tax)

    Current total gain: $0.768 (per share)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paper Tiger View Post
    Current market price: $1.32
    Average buy price: $0.655
    Average cumulative dividend $0.103 (after tax)

    Current total gain: $0.768 (per share)

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    If you've got 100,000 or more shares you're on the no fly list too

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    Thumbs up Blue sky, or is it?

    HNZ's daily price action certainly is encouraging, with increasing awareness a couple of new factors have come into play. Notably volume this past week or so is double its 21d moving average, and money flow in has cranked up. The TA target from the breakout is still $1.38, (the FA's have $1.66), and it's a lot closer and sooner than expected following good news and analysts revising targets upwards. All good, it even looks like blue sky above, but is it?

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    Well not exactly, so zooming out to the monthly view we can see that HNZ is in the 'gap zone' from the breakdown in Dec 2010. The stretch target is to close the gap from the neckline breakout at $0.95 to $2.55, that'd be nice wouldn't it, but don't expect it to go straight there, unless the FA's lose control and euphoria jumps on the pony.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paper Tiger View Post
    Current market price: $1.32
    Average buy price: $0.655
    Average cumulative dividend $0.103 (after tax)

    Current total gain: $0.768 (per share)

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    Mildly pleased??!!!
    Next you will be telling us without selling any HNZ, they now make up 15% of your portfolio down from over 25% !!!! lol.
    ps.well done.
    Last edited by percy; 31-01-2015 at 11:50 AM. Reason: ps added

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    I wouldn't mind a bit of consolidation or pull back as PT is expecting ! Out of cash buying other shares to try to keep HNZ below the magic 25% of portfolio and sure as hell am not selling any. Consequently HNZ has crept quite a bit over the 25%. What a dilemma


    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post
    Mildly pleased??!!!
    Next you will be telling us without selling any HNZ, they now make up 15% of your portfolio down from over 25% !!!! lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    I wouldn't mind a bit of consolidation or pull back as PT is expecting ! Out of cash buying other shares to try to keep HNZ below the magic 25% of portfolio and sure as hell am not selling any. Consequently HNZ has crept quite a bit over the 25%. What a dilemma
    What a dilemma.!?
    But take courage.
    You are not alone.!!
    Last edited by percy; 31-01-2015 at 12:02 PM.

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    Phew. I now feel content and courageous knowing I'm in such esteemed and fine company

    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post


    What a dilemma.!?
    But take courage.
    You are not alone.!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baa_Baa View Post
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    Well not exactly, so zooming out to the monthly view we can see that HNZ is in the 'gap zone' from the breakdown in Dec 2010. The stretch target is to close the gap from the neckline breakout at $0.95 to $2.55, that'd be nice wouldn't it, but don't expect it to go straight there, unless the FA's lose control and euphoria jumps on the pony.

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    Sorry to say but your pre 1-Feb-11 prices are junk in the context of your 'squiggly line art'.

    Your left hand data is for CBS Canterbury Building Society which delisted on 16-Dec-2010.

    CBS became 13.0% of Building Society Holdings Ltd (along with Southern Cross Building Society [14.8%] and MARAC [72.2%]) which listed under the code BSH on 1-Feb-11 and then changed it's name to that which we know and love Heartland New Zealand Ltd on 1-Jun-11.

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