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In reply to: ballcrusher on Tuesday 11/03/08 08:59pm

Got some today, could be wrong but it seems very cheap with such a low P/E, good dividend returns and great growth record in the past. Hope that there are not huge amounts of bad debts not yet accounted for in their records. Anyhow hoping to be a long term holder.

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QUOTE (chookboy @ Monday 17/03/08 04:50pm)


May or may not be a great buy at these prices.




Personally, I'm trying to resist buying anything until this bear market turns up.

May be a long time between drinks!

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In reply to: macduffy on Monday 17/03/08 05:25pm

Oh What Fun!! http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/devilsmiley.gif


Bought yesterday at 44.800 knowing the fed will cut by at least 75 points and with futures Dow and Nas futures looking great. Sold today with 13% gains today.

Easy couple of grand!


This may be another dead cat bounce so I am havin fun shorting the

financial stocks. But MCQ at less b/w 40-50 is a bargain in LT.

I think there is more volatility to come but I'm enjoying

the ride http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/lmaosmiley.gif hahahaha

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Hi MQGers,


Report out from RiskMetrics Group from New York, USA giving the "Macquarie Model"


the thumb's down, could have something to do with the SP going South on Friday.




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In reply to: daggie on Sunday 06/04/08 03:28pm

No I think this is aimed overall at Macquarie, BNB and all its little funds. Reading excerpts of the report it is quite damning, it will be interesting to the fall out if anything. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/devilsmiley.gif


I dont think the average retail investor fully comprehends all those complex financial instruments these guys use to do what they do. Leveraged positions and debts in this economic weather is not sustainable, so yes...interestin news.

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In reply to: MasteR on Saturday 05/04/08 11:19pm

Yes, its a good read and poses a bit of a dilemma.


Common sense tells you that the article is right and that the prudent thing to do is to get out.



Yet a check on the brokers recommendations shows that of the 11 brokers following the stock, 6 have it as a strong buy and the other 5 a buy. This is far superior to any of the trading banks.


Also, Huntleys give it the highest value rating the've got.


After pondering this all week end I decided to hold but be ready to panic early rather than late.


After all, the objective is NOT to judge of beauty contest, but to be aware of which way the other judges will vote.




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In reply to: remlif on Monday 07/04/08 11:26am

I agree with you Remlif...I think this stock has been overdone and i fundamentally sound in aus strong economic condictions, so as a non holder I am actually thinking that this report gives it a good opp for me to buy with the levels it is today.


I think it will not decrease below 13.00 today so I'm willing to punt a few grand at 13.50 that it will jump back up with DOW/Nasdaq overnight. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/hypocrite.gif


Just in case the shyte hit the fan though, im puttin a conditional order in place http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/graduated.gif

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In reply to: kakashi1 on Monday 07/04/08 11:50am

Whoopsie I was talkin bout BNB there with the SP. so yup, bought summ. yum yum. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/graduated.gif


MCQ actually finished up strong in the black today so there u go. I guess the market dont believe everything they read...

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