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    Sometimes we need to put words aside and look at a nice simple picture. And this is the simplest I can find. Make of it what you will (Its why I hold OCA, RYM and HGL)
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    Quote Originally Posted by bull.... View Post
    i take it the bearish comment was directed at me. i for one dont know why people get so upset when someone has a different opinion on a stock? whether its from reading a chart or f/a thats what a market is full of different opinions. i thought a very bullish beagle not so long ago would stand there ground with a bit more grit than be running away with a tail stuck between its legs over some differing opinions offered.

    anyway i will too be taking a break and wish everyone including beagle a merry xmas
    I enjoy all opinions....So Bull...Beagle...Ghost M.....keep them coming. Most views end up in the same place over time, one person is right and one person is wrong. So with all these views on OCA, only time will tell who is consistent with their posts. I have been accum all the way down from $1.20, so all in all I should have waited it out. Lesson learnt and really look fwd to all the views in the coming year. To all taking a break enjoy
    Beagle...what's the new toy? (Just been in the Model P100D and geez that's on a different league)

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    And here is another. Palliative care people have an interest in the number of upcoming deaths so they can plan accordingly. These figures could also be used for anticipating churn rate of care units
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    Quote Originally Posted by LAC View Post
    Beagle...what's the new toy? (Just been in the Model P100D and geez that's on a different league)
    https://www.sharetrader.co.nz/showth...bout-you/page7
    A very carefully considered acquisition...had very high end Euro's and very fast and powerful cars before...time for something different and more sensible. Tows up to 2100 kg's too so have half an eye on getting a boat or caravan in due course as I get even more semi retired
    Not getting a BMW but thought you guys might find this amusing lol https://www.bing.com/images/search?v...electedIndex=0
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagle View Post
    https://www.sharetrader.co.nz/showth...bout-you/page7
    A very carefully considered acquisition...had very high end Euro's and very fast and powerful cars before...time for something different and more sensible. Tows up to 2100 kg's too so have half an eye on getting a boat or caravan in due course as I get even more semi retired
    A boat? I heard from somebody who should know that this is the fastest method to burn money ...
    Better buy some more OCA shares - they pay dividends and the SP will recover ... eventually;
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    Nice, very nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by LAC View Post
    Nice, very nice
    Thanks mate, just got the email its ready and have been waiting a very long time for that specific model and colour, so its play time.
    P.S.Thought for the day...what's the point of investment if you don't enjoy some of the dividends from time to time ...you reading this Couta1 ?
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    Just tried to share come Christmas joy by buying 1 OCA share at $1.09. just imagine the share price up 4% today.
    Order was quickly followed up by a phone call from ASB then cancelled. (need a min of about $500)
    Sorry guys ... I tried...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackPeter View Post
    A boat? I heard from somebody who shoud know that this is the fastest method to burn money ...
    A hole in the ocean to pour money into.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick View Post
    Just tried to share come Christmas joy by buying 1 OCA share at $1.09. just imagine the share price up 4% today.
    Order was quickly followed up by a phone call from ASB then cancelled. (need a min of about $500)
    Sorry guys ... I tried...
    ASB can be quite anal at times - I seem to get a few phone calls from them telling me I am trying to break the stock exchange. If the pocket money I am playing with can influence stocks to any degree I am thinking this is probably a dodgy investment!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dobby41 View Post
    A hole in the ocean to pour money into.
    The hole may be lined with a variety of materials - wood, GRP, steel, ferrocement - but it has three principle dimensions - length, breadth, and debt!

    I own altogether too many boats nevertheless, but there are snapper and scallops in the channel, and kingies round the buoys.

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    We have takeoff ....the share price rocketing ahead
    “In a roaring bull market, knowledge is superfluous and experience is a handicap.”

    –Benjamin Graham”

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackPeter View Post
    A boat? I heard from somebody who should know that this is the fastest method to burn money ...
    Better buy some more OCA shares - they pay dividends and the SP will recover ... eventually;
    I once saw a brass plaque on an old wooden launch with the inscription...wish I'd taken more notice at the time but it read "A boat is a hole in the water into which the owner tips all their spare money" I can confirm from first hand experience this is an outright lie. You will also tip a VAST amount of money in that isn't spare lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagle View Post
    I once saw a brass plaque on an old wooden launch with the inscription...wish I'd taken more notice at the time but it read "A boat is a hole in the water into which the owner tips all their spare money" I can confirm from first hand experience this is an outright lie. You will also tip a VAST amount of money in that isn't spare lol
    Depends what type of boat it is. My 6m aluminium Surtees boat with a Yamaha 2 stroke on the back has cost me very little, pretty much bomb proof. I guess it's a different story when you've got a 20 metre gin palace parked up at the Viaduct eh Beagle lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IAK View Post
    Depends what type of boat it is. My 6m aluminium Surtees boat with a Yamaha 2 stroke on the back has cost me very little, pretty much bomb proof. I guess it's a different story when you've got a 20 metre gin palace parked up at the Viaduct eh Beagle lol.
    $50k sitting on the trailer, service yearly at $2-300., depreciation. Anchor warp is getting old and the trailer needs new bearings, Bloody sounder on the blink and I need a new GPS anyway. Oh and the flare package has expired, and while I'm in Burnsco, I'll just have a look at the new knife jigs!
    But I digress!

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