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FKP, FKP LIMITED
blueice
post Posted: Oct 1 2009, 10:29 AM
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In Reply To: hungry's post @ Sep 29 2009, 08:06 PM

Could this be the next leg up??? maybe something is in the air, like SGP eyeing it????????????????

 
hungry
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I looked at it today because of the 4.21% move up on the USA reit's o/n, but decided against it also. No bullish patt to speak of really.

 
arty
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In Reply To: blueice's post @ Sep 29 2009, 05:00 PM

unsure.gif not quite yet, blueice. Not for me anyway.
I take the rejection off the main Fibonacci level as indication that the August-September rally has run its full measure.
I'll probably wait with some spare cash at the 100% level - 67c or so, as mentioned earlier.
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blueice
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In Reply To: arty's post @ Sep 21 2009, 11:39 AM

FKP is looking good arty...............

 
arty
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FKP knocking again: Breakthrough to new heights? Or rejection at the Fibonacci target?
Early days yet - if I wasn't holding already, I'd wait and see whether there's a dip coming. 67c maybe?
Compare the earlier setup as circled below...

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kelt
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Here is a smaller timeframe chart.
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kelt
post Posted: Jul 28 2009, 10:43 AM
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Starting to move on good volume.



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dee27
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In reply to: Twobees on Saturday 25/10/08 06:52pm

If SGP did the placement at $2 and they and Mulpha are underwriting the rights issue at $1.50, I reckon buying at around $1 is good value.

Here's hoping anyway.



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Twobees
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Still got my FKP. Hope big brother SGP gets up off the canvas shortly. I am a little worried as its a REIT and so it may go to 7c!! I mean you wouldn't buy it for $4. But a buck? These are sought after assets atm . Sold the VPG and bought infrastructure. Also holding BEC at 14c which is better 'cause its closer to 7c. Never played centro and the other desperadoes. I think its best to buy them after a real market flogging not related to their fundamentals. Anyone else looking at the sector?cheers2bs

 
Twobees
post Posted: Oct 21 2008, 02:46 PM
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Bought in today at $1.18. Like the sound of the Stockland stake. My Dad is not happy though. He has been a long term holder (for the divvies). 2bs

 
 


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