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Buckle up is it going to make a bid for VBA lol?

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200 day MA is getting closer and closer in this one, and big players are loading up see the substantial today

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http://imagesignal.comsec.com.au/asxdata/2...df/00954495.pdf

 

REX still making profit, fuel costs down.

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DMI gone positive, and it's starting to rally a bit, is this the rally to push it up to make a bid for VBA?

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DMI and MACD looking good now, ready to move?

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Coming up to the 95c resistance now with a better DMI configuration, will it run?

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This one made profit still in the worst times, as the economy starts to boom again it'll will come back strongly.
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As a pilot, I would advise anyone who thinks about making money out of aviation to have a look at history.

I have over the years seen many many good aviation people burnt trying to make a buck.

Rex is in no better shape than any other airline. Its a capital intense industry with low margins, few barriers to entry,

highly leveraged to the boom/ bust cycle, massively over regulated, will be extremely damaged by the seemingly non stoppable

carbon emission trading system (turbines and pistons are both extreme polluters), and the airports are constantly screwing them in landing fees. (funny how there are no competitors for airports).

To add to Rex's woes, they are a training ground for all the major airlines and thus have a very high turnover in pilots, and don't have the lucrative business/firstclass passengers to subsidise the rest.

One of the great truisms in aviation is that the way to make a small fortune in aviation, is to start off with a big one.

Mick

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