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    Quote Originally Posted by bull.... View Post
    we can tell from the recent decline when it broke support at 1.15 it was downhill too 1.04 with no clear supports that would become resistances . so one can assume 1.15 is the next resistance ( support once broken becomes resistance).
    ....maybe 104 will act as support again.
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    Well, bots are out today again. control manner price movement , no worries more oppt to load up....in 4-5yrs times this bots will be history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    ....maybe 104 will act as support again.
    Was very strong until Australia opened...something of a pattern lately. Pretty clear where the selling is coming from in my opinion. Don't think they get the nuances of the business model or the fact that N.Z. real estate isn't falling off a cliff like Australia is. I think they just see that Royal commission of enquiry into retirement villages they're having over there and are shooting first and will ask questions, (about why they didn't hold this outstanding opportunity long term), later.
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    Yes, but the entire retirement village sector in NZ is jumpy (I'm sick of that overworked word "volatile") at the present time. There may be an element of Aussie selling but not from Macca's, at least no movement in their Substantial Shareholding disclosure.

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    These so-n-so bots should be called manipulators. This is such a popular pick for this year, we should all meet at a poncy bar somewhere with a big screen on the 25/1/19 to watch the results, chew the fat and drink beer. Mav and Beags might be starters. .

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    Yeah great idea and we could do meet in the morning and have some breakfast first https://www.bing.com/images/search?v...x=0&ajaxhist=0 Mav reckons you can't have too many
    Last edited by Beagle; 10-01-2019 at 04:49 PM.
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    I see Windermere Village (Papanui) is finally underway. Two years behind schedule. The Court case makes an interesting read... and doesn't paint Oceania in a particularly good light...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hectorplains View Post
    I see Windermere Village (Papanui) is finally underway. Two years behind schedule. The Court case makes an interesting read... and doesn't paint Oceania in a particularly good light...
    Do you have a link of judgement. As a neighbour I recall the fuss and how consent was declined first time around. As it should have been. A residential street was no place for a three storey commercial building.

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    Quote Originally Posted by minimoke View Post
    Do you have a link of judgement. As a neighbour I recall the fuss and how consent was declined first time around. As it should have been. A residential street was no place for a three storey commercial building.
    Sorry, the minutes were not digitally published. RMA/2016/1377 if you want to follow it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by see weed View Post
    These so-n-so bots should be called manipulators. This is such a popular pick for this year, we should all meet at a poncy bar somewhere with a big screen on the 25/1/19 to watch the results, chew the fat and drink beer. Mav and Beags might be starters. .
    Hello See weed. Really interesting to me (I try to be logical with a $) as to WHO is selling these huge numbers of OCA shares? At present the 2nd most traded share today on the NZ market at well over 650 000. This is following yesterdays huge tally of over 1.5 million. Why sell on the 10--11 Jan when, say 4.5%, is 1 month away? I suggest many or most of these sellers will have paid $1.10 plus brokerage? Scared Aussies would at least be logical but they must have little fortitude nor common sense.
    The OCA care suits are an absolute winner --my own family experience proved it. A loved one was ill at 91 years old needing hospital care but still sharp in mind and loved a small degree of apartment independence. We were actually delighted to pay the $ and while our Mum didn't live long it was the BEST investment our family ever made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warren View Post
    Hello See weed. Really interesting to me (I try to be logical with a $) as to WHO is selling these huge numbers of OCA shares? At present the 2nd most traded share today on the NZ market at well over 650 000. This is following yesterdays huge tally of over 1.5 million. Why sell on the 10--11 Jan when, say 4.5%, is 1 month away? I suggest many or most of these sellers will have paid $1.10 plus brokerage? Scared Aussies would at least be logical but they must have little fortitude nor common sense. .

    The volume is within the norms of the last years trading for OCA. January volumes for NZX are always low. Even as a percentage of their free float, 2m is irrelevant. Odds are there's nothing to see here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    ....maybe 104 will act as support again.
    results will determine if its 1.04 or 1.15 , guess this will be the most discussed stock after the company result if its 1.15
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    Quote Originally Posted by bull.... View Post
    results will determine if its 1.04 or 1.15 , guess this will be the most discussed stock after the company result if its 1.15
    Results day going to be interesting ....will it be stunning/awesome/amazing or just solid but remember performance weighted to the second half

    Whatever the number it wil make most on here happy as - the love affair wil continue no doubt.

    All I can hope for is the hype is warranted and the result is stunning etc else i’ll be further underwater than what I am now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by see weed View Post
    These so-n-so bots should be called manipulators. This is such a popular pick for this year, we should all meet at a poncy bar somewhere with a big screen on the 25/1/19 to watch the results, chew the fat and drink beer. Mav and Beags might be starters. .
    Hi Seaweed, nice to hear from you again. Not too sure about the beer thing at 10.30 am and Auckland being 6 hrs away I'll have to take a rain check. How about the agm 3 years from now or when the price makes $2 ...which ever one gets there quicker...now that IS ramping
    Last edited by Maverick; 12-01-2019 at 09:51 AM.

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    And down she goes again........ I thought we would be heading a little higher?

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