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What 5 stocks would you own for the next 5 years?
post Posted: Jan 23 2008, 05:23 AM
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In reply to: stix1771 on Tuesday 22/01/08 10:13pm

slx- enrichment, solar

sla- health for millions with few side effects

ede- leaders in hydrogen tech, almost zero pollution, focused on indian market

plv- low cost, top quality iron ore

lyc- rare earths. richest deposit outside china.

post Posted: Jan 22 2008, 10:13 PM
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In reply to: The Ferret on Tuesday 22/01/08 09:40pm

HRR..... and no other..... when BHP and CVRD are heavily involved in a little ol' ozzie nickle comany, then you tend to take notice.... tightly held too.....

The Ferret
post Posted: Jan 22 2008, 09:40 PM
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One springs to mind.

CNT. Centamin Egypt.

11m oz and rising, with spectacular grades in the mix. Even with current resource the mine life is 15 years. Huge exploration upside as well. Certainly worth a look if you are after an exciting gold play with large resource, high grades and more to come.

Greed. Need. Two sides. One coin.

The Ferret.
post Posted: Jan 22 2008, 11:36 AM
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with the carnage of recent days, thought i'd bump this thread. plenty of bargains amongst the stocks listed.....

happy shopping wub.gif


post Posted: Dec 12 2007, 07:57 PM
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I have only one stock to suggest that will be the stellar performer over the next five years.

AQA - Aquila Resources

did someone say a JORC compliant iron ore resource of 266 million tonnes? or a number of coal mines in their arsenal - this company will emerge to be a major force in the Australian mining industry

"The obvious is that which is never seen until someone expresses it simply"
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In reply to: Marsupial on Wednesday 12/12/07 06:55pm

MWR world wide growth plan first mover advantage
COI - small cap with good tenaments and ten bagger possibility. Under rated
SAE - what can you say great plan, great delivery to date solid management
AAQ - Gotta feed the world some how and the worls loves fish
CVN - Great Management, solid cashflows and I'm confident that the plan will continue to unfold over the next five years like it has over the last year

So two oilers, one gas/oiler one tech and one aquacuulture. I know all small - med caps and dependant on the ongoing trends of high oil prices, increased demand for high quality food, and increasing kids wagging school!

Outside of that can I recommend Replicator, Race 13, Meeting 11 Ballarat


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In reply to: Financial Chatter on Wednesday 12/12/07 07:15pm


Financial Chatte...
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and more mpo

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Plus a small bit of SLX - Yes, I know that's six! cool.gif

post Posted: Dec 12 2007, 03:23 PM
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In reply to: Mookie on Wednesday 12/12/07 02:34pm

Nice analogy, mookie.

Bit far from fact though.



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