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GTP, GREAT SOUTHERN LIMITED
Timetraveller
post Posted: Jul 23 2004, 12:13 AM
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well that would explain why we get different PEs, thanks for that Gameboy.



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post Posted: Jul 22 2004, 11:53 PM
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I have stockdoctor, don’t use it much but a quick look shows GTP on a PE of 14.9, an industry average of 15.04 but GTPs forecast PE for June 04 is at 8.04.

 
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post Posted: Jul 22 2004, 10:52 PM
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I get a PE of around 13 toilet, so not sure where you get 8 from, but maybe I am wrong, can someone tell us who is right.



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toilet
post Posted: Jul 22 2004, 10:45 PM
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hmmm looking into this one
as the industry seems to be looking fantasitic with profit upgrades everywhere
hehehehehe

however most other plantation companies are on PE's of around 14 and 15
which is nothing unsual i guess

however GTP is currently sitting on PE of "8" ? doesn't make sense to me
can someone explain to me ?!?!

 
edliw
post Posted: Jul 14 2004, 08:38 PM
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This is probably not a stock for day traders, more a long term hold stock,probably plenty of opportunities for day trades if you can get the charts right,
As a long term holder,just waiting for their profit announcement.Not a stock on many people's radar.

 
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post Posted: Jun 23 2004, 10:31 AM
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286 certainly seems to be confirmed as a resistance point at which traders dont want the price to go beyond ... funny how some are adverse to making a profit cool.gif
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post Posted: Mar 8 2004, 09:07 AM
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Yes I read that. Very impressive. As a matter of interest anyone own Queensland Paulownia Forest woodlots? I'd like your opinions on the prospectus for Convertible Notes. Company seems to be on track and the forecasted yields in the prospectus that I have from 5 years ago are to be exceeded by around 17% at this stage. Comments appreciated.

 
juno
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profit up 166%

hopefully sees new high today

 
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IN REPLY TO A POST BY ADMIN1, Thu 15/01/04 07:43am   [READ POST]

traded this one a few times but with todays news

I see maybe its more an investment stock

follows the XAO intraday and quite liquid to trade

any views

 
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