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beancount
Posted on: Oct 16 2019, 12:19 AM


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Makes sense. There's a lot around the battery that is Tesla's responsibility.
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beancount
Posted on: Oct 11 2019, 05:34 AM


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i agree. EHG has figured out the traditional village model. The rental income is stable at $15.8 Mn, with 91% occupancy.

They are looking at four new acquisition targets to recreate this village model: Terranora, Wynnum, Gympie, and Townsville.

I like the solidity and the plan for growth. It's everything the existing management team can handle.

https://www.eurekagroupholdings.com.au/wp-c...-30-08-2019.pdf
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beancount
Posted on: Oct 11 2019, 05:22 AM


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Panasonic makes the batteries for Tesla. It'd be tricky to figure out where the fault lies, between the battery itself or the configuration of the battery within the car. It is hard to imagine Tesla's configuration could cause a battery to catch on fire, especially if they worked closely with Panasonic engineers.
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