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TLS, TELSTRA CORPORATION LIMITED
texas4qld
post Posted: Apr 15 2004, 07:25 AM
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If we see a mass exit on TLS today, there could be a few dollars flowing into other bluechips icon14.gif
However the market may determine the news as good...........out with Ziggy and in with some new blood.

Tex.



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Innocentone
post Posted: Apr 14 2004, 10:42 PM
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agree sax. The job is only half done zig zag needs to be bumped or he continues to pollute and permeate the company with incompetence and cronyism. Zig zag is a liability

 
saxien
post Posted: Apr 14 2004, 10:17 PM
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This semi privatised company seems now to be out of control, the latest aquisition of a company which has had it,s accounts qualified, being KAZ, must have been the last straw, as Mansfield stated, he will no longer be held responsible for an irresponsible board of fools rash decisions is to say the least, a damning indictement as to the remaining boards ability to retain any credibility, as many have said, Twitowsky is unbelievably incompetant.

No wonder we saw the full privatation put off indefinately, our pollies have of course been fully aware of Mansfields, and probably others intentions, what was the old saying? a ship with fools on board, eventually sinks.

A NATIONAL DISGRACE.

 
Innocentone
post Posted: Apr 14 2004, 09:55 PM
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Hahah, I said this earlier today... well ziggy has to go too , clean sweep and let's realise the potential for this OZ icon. Good riddance, one down , one left imo

 
daj
post Posted: Apr 14 2004, 09:48 PM
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Yep - not sure that a huge bureaucracy like TLS can handle the paradigm shift required to be agile, flexible and entrepreneurial in the current and future telecommunications world.

R / DaJ.

 
s4rx7
post Posted: Apr 14 2004, 09:08 PM
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SPLATTER SPLATTER

It just hit the fan at TLS

Bob Mansfield resigns, here we go!

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texas4qld
post Posted: Mar 30 2004, 10:26 AM
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IN REPLY TO A POST BY moneyman888, Mon 29/03/04 07:41pm

Thanks Moneyman, I'm back in at $4.54

Tex.



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moneyman888
post Posted: Mar 29 2004, 07:41 PM
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My interpretation is that Telstra is at support now, i.e 4.52. Previously resistance in June/July last year.

What is interesting is that indicators are showing oversold, or about to go oversold. Wiliams R% at -97, CMO about to go below -50. Interestingly the stochastic %K has crossed %D from downside.

I am expecting a slight recovery and believe that TLSISO is a smart play.

My target is 4.82 in the short term 1 - 2 weeks.

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texas4qld
post Posted: Mar 26 2004, 09:20 AM
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Market BOOMS and Telstra sinks !!

Anyone care to take a guess at the bottom ?

Next support line is $4.40

Tex.



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kathy
post Posted: Mar 19 2004, 10:00 AM
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Unfortunately the courier mail had more important newsworthy stories for its front page yesterday,in particular the half front page devoted to James Packer 's mishap complete with photo puke.gif but, if you go to page 23 there is a small telstra article

 
 


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