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  1. In reply to: vilmac on Monday 23/04/07 10:01am hi vilmac - whats happening with FGL today? regards dawno
  2. In reply to: nightshifter on Thursday 01/03/07 09:12pm Good on you Nightshifter - Nice to hear your voice again - Yep never mind about the $5.80 matey I'm with you all the way. Matter of fact I did buy a few more only today after the China check back. 10% down on recent highs allowing for the ex divi so that's OK. Cheers Dawno
  3. In reply to: MasteR on Friday 23/02/07 08:29pm Hi MasteR - Glad to hear you are doing well. It been a great bull market indeed & likewise I have had a few big years. I have in fact retired myself even though many would say I'm too young perhaps. I have never thought of retirement as 'giving up & lying back'. No way I have kepy my resiliance & have many interests at heart to challenge (apart from the wine cellar)& do have a SMSF that has indeed done well too - however in saying that, it is not always going to be like this & that is a certainty. So bedding down the profits may be a sound thing at this stage of the game. We can't expect to pick tops or bottoms of markets. It may well go much higher (well certainly it will over time, now thats absolute) but for now who knows???? I still have FGL & lots of the TLS3 Float along with CSL, NAB, BXB, PBL, DJS, etc It would just be so bloody lovely to have the last 3 years or so continue on. The question will be how much more. Greed is a great leveller in the Share Market I know this much. Sounds like you have a good plan.....alas the tax implication. We can't be governed by the tax considerations alone. It is always going to be the tough obstacle when we do sell down on our profits but in the end can't be totally avoided. I have some excellent long term stocks that I guess I have labelled that I never will sell. But these are only several. Had some great results myself that have done exactly resulted in the cap gain tax implications, but that's the system. I feel that a few of the smart investors have already taken a lot of money off the table. For those stocks that are sold its then a matter of accepting that one has not picked the top of the market, but instead one is satisfied with the profit to date & therefore takes it & moves on. Yep I have been off the chat line & basically just doing my thing. I do miss the yarns but have had much on my plate too apart from just the share market. I am very pleased MasteR that you have done well. I think NWS (now theres a stock I never ever thought I would consider) is in for a better time. I like the chart breakout & more particularly I like for once the better fundamentals that are improving. I've recently sold out of successful trades in MXG FXJ WHS LLC FLT & MYP -These were great plays on my favourite plan - i.e. Buying oversold out of favour unloved quality companies when everyone else has given up. You konw whilst I thin some of the best red wines in the would come from the McLaren Vale, Langhorn Creek SA areas I do like the Barossa Valley Krondorf wines, they are consistently excellent unlike some of my shares at times. Patience however can often bring out the best though............not only in wines. Kind regards - Dawno
  4. Big, Loud & Boring would be the general consenus for NWS. However for a charting AND Fundamental investor at last NWS is starting to look interesting. The fact that the last post on this site was back about 9 months ago confirms my theory. NWS IS definately looking better & I am suspecting that now NWS has broken out into the current trend this is a good safe & sound stock to be in as the rest of the world goes trading crazy with the Resource Boom. I'm in. Dwano
  5. The return of the Lone Haranguer - I do like Tits in a big way but not on me Wolva , I would feel far too guilty in spending so much time with myself & MasteR .........god someone remembered me, oh cry ..........well there goes my big comeback. I so desperately needed to reinvent myself. like you know shake off the old shackles & come back as ............er.....perhaps Super Stock Ego Man or something to the equivelent of maybe even Waffen Duffit or whatever..........alas I am remembered for my imbycilic self & alas, excuse the expression, Paschuck or Pasvometo I am disrobed (no I never bought any Zinaflex). Let me begin by suggesting that we all take up a few TLS 3 in the upcoming float..........OK .... OK .yeah yeah yeah..............what ...its over. Oh by the way Wolva since you didn't ask $3.70 was the pick so not too negative but not quite as wrong as ME which really means nothing. But back to MasteR - pretty good effort there mate. So interesting I seee you would have made a killing on Mermaid, good on you. What about there Ex Major shareholder, Clough, well what a loser they turned out to be. Some CEO changing of the guard recently. No I don't have any but will they survive or join Henry Walker in the after death experience.............??? Since I have just endured a bottle of Fosters Shareholders Shiraz well I think I will call it a night. For my dream experience does Mermaid Marine have big tits????>...???? or just a sort of fishy smelll..........??
  6. In reply to: dawno on Wednesday 21/02/07 08:55pm Moosey should have shown $4.31 - D'o
  7. OK so I'm back as promised to realease the 7/2/2007 TLS "Guess the Share Price Comp" - A little late but my diary for this made me feel guilty & so got the better of me:- Now the closing share price for TLS on the 7/2/2007 was $4.37 So the winner is:- 1) Moosey (hope you 'stagged' TLS 2 - yuk yuk) with a $.31 2) Rozella (who flew home with a closest of second)) with a $4.30 3) Kacy (Kacy Jones was steaming into a close photo third) with a $4.45 For the First Four punters - 4) Spot (Flashed home into 4th 'spot') with a $4.25. Now others not too far away were Nizar & 'the ol mate' MasteR with honorable runs. We are going to swab a few including myself with a dismal rearward position $5.75 (ouch) however lucky last was that sharemarker shark Sabretooth with a swabable $2.80 (bet he didn't get any TLS 2 either) who was in good company with also ran Kim $2.95 (who never got hot, poor old Dim Kim) & drrc (also pronouced dork by the course announcer) with Flashnik (who couldn't handle the mud) both on $3.00. The Vision of Grandeur prize must go to User with an optimistic burst at $5.86 (And I thought I was nobbled) Fatty with a $4.50 looked the winner at the furlong post but just ran out puff at the end as was expected due to fitness. Nizar with $4.19 got cut out when looking for a run half way down the straight but was never going to win. As for the rest you can't trade shit & you've all probably gone bloody broke by now in this bull market. The unfortunate thing is that I backed myself as if unbeatable & the broker bookies are laughing. Thank god I had a saver tote on the TLS2 float or I would have jumped from the office window.........................so I'm on the ground floor piss off losers F'd but not out D'o
  8. In reply to: BSA on Tuesday 11/07/06 09:48am I'm liking your reasoning there BSA - interesting times perhaps. If not now then sooner than later I've always suspected. dawno http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/smile.gif
  9. dawno


    Chart is starting to look a little interesting again - set to challenge & confirm recovery underway. dawno http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/smile.gif
  10. A close above $12.50 might be about the first line to cross dawno http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/smile.gif
  11. In reply to: flashnick on Saturday 08/07/06 07:49pm Yep Flash & I do love your posts - always excellent insight stuff & great reading. best regards, dawno http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/smile.gif
  12. In reply to: sabretoothed on Monday 10/07/06 12:54pm I like your support - hope you are right dawno http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/smile.gif
  13. In reply to: flashnick on Saturday 08/07/06 06:44pm Hi Flash VOIP has no doubt a big future, but so what - why do you need to see that as a 'long term' threat to TLS??? There may be short term adjustments but they will own most of that game one way or another in any case, later if not sooner & why wouldn't they? TLS must still take responsibility of all the other communiation deliveries in the meantime & why not as most people aren't ready for it yet - no point in getting ahead of themselves. You can guarrantee there will be a plan B during the evolutuion of changing of the mediums & again you may be getting too far ahead of yourself & forget to eat the meat before the dessert http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/smile.gif A lot of these VOIP early birds are more than likely going to fall over when the serious stuff gets played out.
  14. George Bush has a heart attack and dies. He goes to hell where the >> > devil is waiting for him. >> > >> > "I don't know what to do," says the devil. "You're on my list, but >> > I have no room for you. But you definitely have to stay here, so I'll >> > tell you what I'm going to do. I've got three people here who weren't >> > quite as bad as you. I'll let one of them go, but you have to take >>their >> > place. I'll even let YOU decide who leaves." >> > >> > George thought that sounded pretty good, so he agreed. >> > >> > The devil opened the first room. In it was Richard Nixon and a >> > large pool of water. Nixon kept diving in and surfacing empty-handed >>over >> > and over and over. Such was his fate in hell. >> > >> > "No!" George said. "I don't think so. I'm not a good swimmer, and I >> > don't think I could do that all day long." >> > >> > The devil led him to the next room. In it was Tony Blair with a >> > sledgehammer and a room full of rocks. All Blair did was swing that >> > hammer, >> > time after time after time. >> > >> > "No! I've got this problem with my shoulder. I would be in constant >> > agony if all I could do was break rocks all day!" commented George. >> > >> > The devil opened a third door. In it, George saw Bill Clinton lying >> > naked on the floor with his arms staked over his head and his legs >>staked >> > in spread-eagle pose. Bent over him was Monica Lewinsky, doing what >> > she does best. >> > >> > Bush looked at this scene in disbelief for a while and finally said, >> > "Yeah, I can handle this." >> > >> > The devil smiled and said, "Monica, you're free to go!" >>
  15. In reply to: gasbag on Friday 07/07/06 01:01am Hi Gasbag - that was a very dilligent post of yours indeed. I love it. Thanks for that it was a great read & I take on board all you said too. I think you are pretty right too with some very valid points. Very constructive ideas - keep em coming. regards dawno http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/wink.gif
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