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    Heading towards that 600 peat mentioned

    Cool!
    “Imagination is more important than knowledge.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    That bullish gartley surely was a good signal eh peat
    Quote Originally Posted by Joshuatree View Post
    im seeing a zingy steerish herd gathering within 2 moons on a spring tide. Bullishly a thrusting horn could open up a teepee smoke hole with possible scalping or at least a number one. Naturally its black or white or red and odds are even or even off


    Hey W69 I think more likely its the zingy steerish herd gathering opening up a black white or red teepee smoke hole
    For clarity, nothing I say is advice....

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    Quote Originally Posted by peat View Post
    Hey W69 I think more likely its the zingy steerish herd gathering opening up a black white or red teepee smoke hole
    JT goes toot toot in his tepee as well
    “Imagination is more important than knowledge.”

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    Whether this meets the classic investment definition of a consumer staple or whether its a consumer essential, (tell someone who cares) as I couldn't care less as long as the price keeps going up and people keep buying the stuff, I'm happy Even if the price stays the same ad infinitum and they pay ~ 50 cents per annum in fully imputed dividends I'm as happy as can be
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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    JT goes toot toot in his tepee as well
    Nothing like blowing smoke rings out the top of a teepee Its the ultimate.
    My average entry $3.50 plus those juicy divs on this investment and income story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshuatree View Post
    Nothing like blowing smoke rings out the top of a teepee Its the ultimate.
    My average entry $3.50 plus those juicy divs on this investment and income story.
    Yes, mine date from the IPO too - which was around $3.50 - from memory.


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    still tracking nicely
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    Quote Originally Posted by bull.... View Post
    still tracking nicely
    yes, it bodes well for the higher target in time. ($6.85)
    For clarity, nothing I say is advice....

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    You watch, i will hold.

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    oh no craigs is only forecasting at most 40c in divs for the year meaning a final div of only 28c possibly well short of peoples expectations and a lowering of price target.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/...ectid=12191876
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    https://www.marketscreener.com/Z-ENE...98/financials/

    Thanks for posting bull, that's good news.

    Average analyst expectations for dividends are
    FY19 38.7
    FY20 51.0
    FY21 56.3
    Craigs expectation of 40 cps for FY19 is slightly above the average analyst (and suggests a final divvy of 27.5 cps fully imputed) and its great to hear they are expecting an operational update from ZEL in the next couple of weeks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagle View Post
    https://www.marketscreener.com/Z-ENE...98/financials/

    Thanks for posting bull, that's good news.

    Average analyst expectations for dividends are
    FY19 38.7
    FY20 51.0
    FY21 56.3
    Craigs expectation of 40 cps for FY19 is slightly above the average analyst (and suggests a final divvy of 27.5 cps fully imputed) and its great to hear they are expecting an operational update from ZEL in the next couple of weeks.

    if there operational update shows those one offs negatives last time were just 1 offs then i expect a material re - rate upwards of the share price
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    I'm not complaining but the 24% increase in divi from '19 to '20 seems excessive. That said anything more than a year ahead's a usually something of a guess rather than writ in stone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCross View Post
    I'm not complaining but the 24% increase in divi from '19 to '20 seems excessive. That said anything more than a year ahead's a usually something of a guess rather than writ in stone.
    They had a significant number of one-off's affecting the first half FY19 dividend payout late last year. If you took out the effect of those items that affected that dividend the increase in forecast dividend from FY19 to FY20 would be far more modest.
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    At the presentation i went to latter last year they est $20 million this year i think, in synergy savings from the chevron acquisition. Cant find the post to verify it its on sharetrader somewhere.

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