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    Quote Originally Posted by jimdog31 View Post
    Report season has been the definition of “contrarian”
    Can't argue with that.

    Quote Originally Posted by Left field View Post
    In fairness the Market has hardly had any time to speak either positively or negatively this week!!

    Although I don't currently hold VGL, I like the company's products and management. I also like the industry and am an old school movie fan.

    From a TA perspective, things are looking promising with a possible golden cross in the offering.

    Unfortunately VGL is facing a market in the midst of Covid disruption, so I think I will forgo the fun (?) of 'picking the bottom' and wait for a more confirmed uptrend. GLH.
    VGL have a great product and moat but I bought in before COVID. I bought some more at the dip but my average cost is still sky high. This is definitely a verrrrry long term proposition with lots of uncertainty. Fisher Funds love VGL and have been scooping up shares at the low points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tango View Post
    Can't argue with that.



    VGL have a great product and moat but I bought in before COVID. I bought some more at the dip but my average cost is still sky high. This is definitely a verrrrry long term proposition with lots of uncertainty. Fisher Funds love VGL and have been scooping up shares at the low points.
    It's quite sad you bought at sky high price. Sometimes I love market turbulence as it gives me chance to buy good companies at low price. I'm lucky to find VGL after Covid-19.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lease View Post
    It's quite sad you bought at sky high price. Sometimes I love market turbulence as it gives me chance to buy good companies at low price. I'm lucky to find VGL after Covid-19.
    Lucky you.

    My broker recommended it and put me in it at $6. OUCH 😓
    I bought more at $1 but I still have a high average cost

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    Quote Originally Posted by tango View Post
    Lucky you.
    My broker recommended it and put me in it at $6. OUCH 
    Brokers.... you've got to love them!

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    Should buy more to get the average price down, it will come back to $6 price range after 3-5 years.
    Quote Originally Posted by tango View Post
    Can't argue with that.



    VGL have a great product and moat but I bought in before COVID. I bought some more at the dip but my average cost is still sky high. This is definitely a verrrrry long term proposition with lots of uncertainty. Fisher Funds love VGL and have been scooping up shares at the low points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tango View Post
    Can't argue with that.



    VGL have a great product and moat but I bought in before COVID. I bought some more at the dip but my average cost is still sky high. This is definitely a verrrrry long term proposition with lots of uncertainty. Fisher Funds love VGL and have been scooping up shares at the low points.
    Don't worry mate. It happens to all of us. You could either trade it for a while to eat away at the paper loss or just hold and keeping buying at dips. But with the latter option you have the risk of your portfolio being too heavy on Vista. Best of luck my bro.

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    There was a discussion on the radio the other day which essentially said that movie theatre patronage will never recover post-covid to anywhere near historical levels

    One reason why go to the movies when you can stream the latest movies and watch in the safety of your home.
    “Just consider that maybe the probability of you being wrong is higher than you think.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    There was a discussion on the radio the other day which essentially said that movie theatre patronage will never recover post-covid to anywhere near historical levels

    One reason why go to the movies when you can stream the latest movies and watch in the safety of your home.
    But Sir not everyone lives in a reclusive mansion in Remuera with home theatres. I would say most people around the world do not have a home theatre system that could compare to the cinema experience. Markets like India and Africa have huge upside potential for the cinema industry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    There was a discussion on the radio the other day which essentially said that movie theatre patronage will never recover post-covid to anywhere near historical levels

    One reason why go to the movies when you can stream the latest movies and watch in the safety of your home.
    Great did they also give us the lotto numbers to this weeks draw?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hello123 View Post
    Great did they also give us the lotto numbers to this weeks draw?
    Yep -- 5 19 21 29 33 34 and Powerball 4
    “Just consider that maybe the probability of you being wrong is higher than you think.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quantitative Easing View Post
    Don't worry mate. It happens to all of us. You could either trade it for a while to eat away at the paper loss or just hold and keeping buying at dips. But with the latter option you have the risk of your portfolio being too heavy on Vista. Best of luck my bro.
    Thanks QE

    For now I am just letting it sit. I bought some in the dips but even though the product has a great moat the world of theatre is uncertain so I don't want to add to the position right now. If it dips back down to all time lows again I might load up the truck...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hello123 View Post
    Great did they also give us the lotto numbers to this weeks draw?

    too many reckons these days - everyone is either an epidemiologist or a prophet and expert at predicting the future.
    history says people keep going to movies even when seemingly similar (but not exactly similar) options become available.
    For clarity, nothing I say is advice....

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    waiting for tomorrow STATS GDP figure. anything betw 10% -20% not surprise market. VGL may dip a bit, then the best buying point.

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    Not holding but really don't get this people are going to stop going to the movies theme - not going to happen

    there is a social construct entirely embedded amongst going to the cinemas. I agree its demographic sensitive though. But you have to be joking if you think people in their teens-early 30s won't visit a cinema for a social occasion over sitting at home watching a movie on their laptop or TV

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cadalac123 View Post
    Not holding but really don't get this people are going to stop going to the movies theme - not going to happen

    there is a social construct entirely embedded amongst going to the cinemas. I agree its demographic sensitive though. But you have to be joking if you think people in their teens-early 30s won't visit a cinema for a social occasion over sitting at home watching a movie on their laptop or TV
    it is possible - though I dont know if I agree or not (I guess not given I have VGL) - it is possible - that people only do this because of the earlier time release aspect of the main cinema and movies chains
    For clarity, nothing I say is advice....

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    There were 3 of us at “Romantic Road” at The Penthouse today

    Good movie
    “Just consider that maybe the probability of you being wrong is higher than you think.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    There were 3 of us at “Romantic Road” at The Penthouse today

    Good movie
    Movies are just better at the cinemas!

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    I just watched "Mulan" on my ipad over the weekend. I image I'll have a lot better experience if I sit in cinema and watch it.

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