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edliw
Posted on: May 18 2009, 07:36 PM


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Hi. Farmer Fred
Well it had to happen once the sales dropped off. Pity, there has to be room for something like this in the agriculture industry if it is run properly.

Cheers. o
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o
o more tears, I think there bigger this time.
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edliw
Posted on: Nov 16 2008, 06:58 PM


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In reply to: Bever on Friday 12/09/08 08:54am

Hi Farmer Fred and Zeus.

Here I am My appologies to all.

Bending over with both hands on the ground and legs spread.

I knew it was risky, I didn't think it would happen like this, at least I got 3 of the big years out of it , would have liked to have got the next one to. The next lots are alot smaller thankfully.

As you would guess I will be voteing NO to the proposal, I think the company is finished but we at this stage still own the trees, we will have to find a new manager, if we can hold on to them.
o
o
o
o little tears

Cheers
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edliw
Posted on: Feb 15 2008, 08:05 PM


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In reply to: Zeus on Thursday 14/02/08 10:19pm

Go away until you have something sensible and constructive to say. Like why are you so down on GTP,give reason.
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edliw
Posted on: Feb 13 2008, 07:14 PM


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In reply to: Zeus on Tuesday 12/02/08 10:54pm

Zeus

My grandaughter likes writing in all pretty colours to and she adds litle butterflies to her pages, much nicer than those other things.

As a foundation invester with GTP I was able to purchase all the shares I needed in the IPO.
I haven't bothered to add it up but I think the dividens have paid for them by now, still getting a good return on the original money invested.

You sound like you have more pain then me
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edliw
Posted on: Feb 13 2008, 07:00 PM


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In reply to: farmer fred on Tuesday 12/02/08 07:39pm

Farmer Fred
Not sure what happened to UC, probably lost interest after we were banned.
Going to be intersting to see how our new friends in Cambera react. May be good to be green.

Cheers
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edliw
Posted on: Feb 12 2008, 07:31 PM


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In reply to: Zeus on Monday 11/02/08 10:20pm

I think you should reread whats been posted.There is no pain on my part, why would I keep reinvesting if there was.
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edliw
Posted on: Feb 12 2008, 07:25 PM


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In reply to: farmer fred on Monday 11/02/08 07:39pm

Not ready to draw a pension just yet, still want to keep the cash turning over, not have it all locked away.
Shows what a good company GTP is by looking after their investors.
Cheers.
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edliw
Posted on: Feb 11 2008, 07:24 PM


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In reply to: farmer fred on Saturday 09/02/08 02:39pm

Hi Farmer Fred.

If you need to invest in these schemes, only an idiot wouldn't be registered for GST. Now you seem to have forgotten why I invested 11 years ago.You still miss the point, sure pay the tax end of story. Then what would your return be, at least this way the money is still in play.

Zeus
Still really sorry about your dog.
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edliw
Posted on: Feb 9 2008, 09:05 AM


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In reply to: Zeus on Thursday 07/02/08 09:51am

Zeus

Yes I am still happy with my GTP investments, purchased more last year as I have every year. Sure we would all like better returns, pays not to be to greedy though.

Once again Farmer Fred has played with the figures to make it look worse, didn't include,

Refund of GST on harvest costs.
Discount on next woodlots purchased

Oh and I put all that money into my super fund and received a tax deduction for that as well.

Cheers.
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edliw
Posted on: Feb 4 2008, 07:59 PM


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In reply to: Zeus on Monday 04/02/08 03:06pm

Zeus.

I still don't know what your problem is with GTP, after the large falls in the market lately, it's only the result of margin loans being called in. Get over it.
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edliw
Posted on: May 30 2007, 08:23 PM


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In reply to: savtin on Wednesday 30/05/07 11:00am

The returns for the 1996 growers are going to be terrible,may have something to do with it for those that already know. They can still try and blame it on the drought though.
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edliw
Posted on: May 9 2007, 09:04 PM


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In reply to: Mr Walker on Wednesday 09/05/07 05:58pm

Secondary market for wood lots. YAAAAHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.
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edliw
Posted on: May 7 2007, 07:56 PM


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In reply to: kiwi kid on Monday 07/05/07 01:02pm

I do not think so.
Had the pleasure of meeting the MD David Crook at the AMEC forum in Melbourne on saturday 5 th May. No mention off what you are talking about.
For all other followers,his presentation was well recieved and he is full of confidence for the company.
From my point of view it was good to meet the person in charge of the company you are investing in.
I'am full of confidence that the company is in the right hands.
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edliw
Posted on: Apr 4 2007, 09:02 PM


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In reply to: savtin on Tuesday 03/04/07 07:45pm

Savtin, you have to take into account,that as far as Blue Gums are concerned, they are the opposition
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edliw
Posted on: Feb 12 2007, 08:53 PM


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In reply to: farmer fred on Monday 12/02/07 04:51pm

Hi Fred

I'am happy with my "5.7%" return, you keep saying 5%,also as a primary producer I get to take advantage of the 5 year averaging provision for income.
Still have to work on that drought relief though,missing out there some how.

I think the big flaw in your argument is that , we willingly invest our money with them so they can expand,so they can make us a "profit",sorry a rude word.

Where as you have to go cap in hand to the banks, bend over,sign everything away,and take what ever they offer. There is your level playing field.
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edliw
Posted on: Dec 18 2006, 08:29 PM


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In reply to: farmer fred on Monday 18/12/06 04:18pm

My 1997 & 1998 Trees are now starting to show reduced growth due to prolonged drought. Do you think I might be able to apply for some drought assistance?? Yeah sure.
As a grower we know there has been plenty of cream on the top, as you say this may help us.Don't forget that Managment Fees & Land Rental are paid from % of harvest returns.
Change of financial year only allows them to produce a better looking P&L, has no bearing on the actual business.

Merry Christmas to every one.
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edliw
Posted on: Nov 29 2006, 06:43 PM


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In reply to: urbancowboy on Wednesday 22/11/06 07:43am

Hi UC.

Just when you thought you were home free, I think you have some more work to do,Zeus needs some more answers.

ED
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edliw
Posted on: Nov 3 2006, 08:11 PM


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In reply to: urbancowboy on Friday 03/11/06 11:10am

Hi UC & David

"Hope the government make an annoucement in my lifetime"

Not holding my breath, but it would be nice.

The devastating frosts we have just had are going to have a major effect on wine supply, late 2007 and really kicking in 2008.

Ed
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edliw
Posted on: Oct 18 2006, 08:13 PM


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In reply to: jockyboy on Wednesday 04/10/06 12:54pm

Any body heard any info on MIS debate in cabinet ,and where it might be going.
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edliw
Posted on: Sep 22 2006, 09:32 PM


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In reply to: wolverine on Friday 22/09/06 01:06pm

wolverine

Some great comments!

Not exactly out of the ordinary.
Like to know , your definition of not really manipulated.
The classic, without really pushing the price around too much

As a dumb retail investor,when I started a few years ago,it dosen't take long to work out that these things don't happen????
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edliw
Posted on: Sep 20 2006, 07:55 PM


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In reply to: urbancowboy on Wednesday 20/09/06 08:23am

Hi UC.
Things have gone quite on here lately,I agree the quicker the announcement is made the better.
I brought some more last week only to find my broker was buying the day before,he has never shown an interest before
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edliw
Posted on: Sep 14 2006, 09:33 PM


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In reply to: urbancowboy on Thursday 14/09/06 09:06am

UC
Buying in Jan-Feb is what happened way back in 2000-2001,just meant you had to guess a bit better on how much you would need,which also led to over buying.
Still good for GTP
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edliw
Posted on: Sep 14 2006, 09:19 PM


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In reply to: urbancowboy on Thursday 14/09/06 09:06am

UC
Another thought, but don't tell "Z" what if they borrowed more money and sold pre planted wood lots????

There are that many ways, we just need to know what rules we are playing by.
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edliw
Posted on: Sep 13 2006, 08:14 PM


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In reply to: urbancowboy on Wednesday 13/09/06 02:11pm

UC
If they cap investment deductibility i.e. 2/3 -1/3. It will help GTP because alot of people only invest the amount they need to free up the required cash flow.So it only means buying more Lots the first year after the change.
They have to be careful with the answer they come up with,some of them don't have a clue what they are talking about unfortunatley.



Fred
If alternative fuels become viable guess who will be in them
The cost of farmland situation will not change
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edliw
Posted on: Sep 6 2006, 07:11 PM


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In reply to: farmer fred on Wednesday 06/09/06 05:47am

farmer fred

simple really,just go back to the original investement.
I paid 51.5% the government lent me their 48.5% interest free for 10 years
The project made 5.5% compounded over 10 years
The cheque arrives in the mail
The government now get their 46.5%.I keep the rest
From my original 51.5% investement I have made 77% tax paid.

Got to do something about that 46.5% though
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edliw
Posted on: Sep 5 2006, 07:12 PM


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In reply to: farmer fred on Tuesday 05/09/06 05:52am

Depends how creative you want to be with the numbers.
The calculation I like is 77% tax free.
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edliw
Posted on: Sep 4 2006, 09:54 PM


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In reply to: urbancowboy on Monday 04/09/06 07:25pm

Terrible,terrible problems ahead for GTP.

The growers from the 1995 crop were paid on 31-August,we need help(zeus)we now find out that the Government wants to make 62% profit from its investment in the scheme.This should be illegal how can the Government be allowed to make this much profit from its investment, it has to be stoped and and they Don't even pay any commission.
How bad is this (zeus) it should be made illegal for the Government to make this much money, its not Right and and with the Governmemt making 62% profit and and GTP making 60% profit,how am I ever going to save enough money to be able to retire, its just not fair. Zeus something has to be done about this,you have to help.




And they want to stop MIS ??
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edliw
Posted on: Sep 1 2006, 09:45 PM


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In reply to: Zeus on Friday 01/09/06 12:34pm

Just a small point ,GTP are not allowed to spend the fees charged for MIS to purchase land,it has to be paid for from profits.
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edliw
Posted on: Aug 28 2006, 07:48 PM


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In reply to: urbancowboy on Monday 28/08/06 08:14am

UC
You told me to give up and I was going to, I think our friend must have dozed off when this was discussed in class
Cheers
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edliw
Posted on: Aug 25 2006, 10:44 PM


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In reply to: farmer fred on Friday 25/08/06 07:34am

Give up Fred

Your argument is full of holes.
You still want to deny your deductions for costs of planting your trees.obviously you had no costs for
labour
fuel
fertiliser
herbicides,etc,whatever.
or yeah, I did deduct them but they don't count.

I have invested in every year GTP has planted, and yes last year I received payment for the 1994 planting.I have been told the cheque for 1995 will be here by the end of this month.

Your reference to "in the 70s" is why we now have product rulings for MIS. Yes they were shonky back then but times have changed,so should you.

Re planting of our trees, unfortunately we have to pay somebody to take care of all these incidental things for us,like it or not we are Primary Producers.Hence the tax deduction
We are to busy doing what we do, making money and employing people.
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edliw
Posted on: Aug 24 2006, 07:59 PM


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In reply to: urbancowboy on Thursday 24/08/06 04:16pm

Hi UC
The reference to McBank,Gipsland and land purchases was only because this is where your mate McGauran calls home.Do not know if it is close to where they are buying.
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edliw
Posted on: Aug 23 2006, 09:16 PM


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In reply to: urbancowboy on Wednesday 23/08/06 08:35am

urbancowboy
You probably already know but Macquarie are buying any land they can get their hands on in, guess where "Gippsland" and for what?? plant Blue Gums.
Ask the farmers selling if they are happy or not,unfortunately this has created some friction with their good neighbours
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edliw
Posted on: Aug 23 2006, 08:55 PM


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In reply to: urbancowboy on Wednesday 23/08/06 04:54pm

Cheers to UC & DC.
What a busy day,good to meet some people who can put the facts better than me.
The sooner this enquiry is over the better, Fred just shows what MIS is up against.

On a lighter note,UC there are a couple more threads that you could help with.
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edliw
Posted on: Aug 22 2006, 07:34 PM


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In reply to: urbancowboy on Tuesday 22/08/06 03:45pm

Thanks urbancowboy.

farmer fred hang your head in shame,your creditability is gone.

Been told that all 1995 growers will have our cheques by the end of the month.
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edliw
Posted on: Aug 21 2006, 08:10 PM


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In reply to: farmer fred on Monday 21/08/06 05:58pm

Farmer Fred

Are not the costs involved in planting this years crop,what ever it is fully deductible in the year of planting.
You hope for a return,this season or year if the weather is in your favor.

Our MIS Blugums are at risk for 10 years but all our up front costs are in the first year of planting, who has the advantage.

Zeus

This money is only morgaged against the land they are going to buy,not what they already have.
One day the penny will drop and you will realise how to finance a business,it's called leverage.
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edliw
Posted on: Jul 28 2006, 10:56 PM


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In reply to: sorgman on Friday 28/07/06 01:09pm

A different view from the city,if the MIS doesn't return a profit the investors will bear the loss.I don't think we will be eligible for drought assistance or any other government benifits that are available to some,both sides can mount some good arguments in this debate
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edliw
Posted on: Jun 26 2006, 07:26 PM


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In reply to: Zeus on Monday 26/06/06 04:48pm

Go Away Zeus

You can pay for your investment any way you like, be it cash,but why would you,a loan or credit card if you were silly enought to pay their interest rates.
If you have an ABN , "you don't have a Australian Business Number Number" and invest in GTP MIS of course you can claim back the GST component.
Go away and learn some facts about how you run a business and stop posting dribble on here.
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edliw
Posted on: Apr 5 2006, 08:03 PM


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In reply to: david_j_c on Wednesday 05/04/06 04:47pm

The sunset clause was extended for 2 years in last years budget anouncements.
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edliw
Posted on: Mar 24 2006, 09:21 PM


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In reply to: Avenger on Friday 24/03/06 12:30pm

Avenger

One more go.

You must be the extreme optimist ,it's friday night "cheers" and I will dig out some facts and figures on the weekend.
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edliw
Posted on: Mar 22 2006, 08:28 PM


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In reply to: Avenger on Wednesday 22/03/06 06:58pm

To Zeus.

You are a good s**t stirrer,
Get a handle on how you run a business.No company would pay off a capital investement debt in the first year,if you could do that why would you need the debt in the first place.
Not many companies,none I know of get to resell their capital investment every (10-11 years) at full price &increasing "no depreciation"

We are talking about a land bank,recycled every (10-11 years) to infinitium,at no capital cost to the company.

As a grower our costs cover the cost of. Land, not rental,like some other companies. Planting & Maintenance

The reason for the debt to purchase plantable land is so that they do not have to refuse investments at end of fiancial year. previously other companies have had to close their books early because of this restraint, GTP never has, hence their market share of MIS
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edliw
Posted on: Mar 20 2006, 08:34 PM


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In reply to: Zeus on Sunday 19/03/06 09:11pm

A small point you seem to be missing, is whatever the land bank is in any given year it will be resold in 10 -11 years time.at no cost to the company,then resold again in 10-11 years.

One definite point, they are not making any more land.
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edliw
Posted on: Mar 1 2006, 07:07 PM


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In reply to: savtin on Wednesday 01/03/06 11:07am

No increase on last years interim dividend and maybe people are nervous about how many shares somebody may sell.
$4.65 seems to ring a bell.
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edliw
Posted on: Feb 13 2006, 08:49 PM


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In reply to: savtin on Monday 13/02/06 12:09pm

Re Vineyards

They are planting new vineyards and buying existing ones if the price is right.
As long as investors are prepared to invest their money in vineyards, either way GTP make money.
They are paid to plant and manage the progect on behalf of growers, when the vines are producing they collect a percentage of the havest if it can be sold.The growers bear all the risk.
So, no real financial risk for GTP at all.
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edliw
Posted on: Sep 15 2005, 08:43 PM


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In reply to: Sinner on Wednesday 14/09/05 11:49pm

GTP now has ongoing cashflow from harvest proceeds for at least the next decade.
Even without the tax advantages, the green investment in plantations is going to be worthwhile. This is even before Carbon credit trading starts in Australia. Do some research on the figures they quote in Europe for Carbon credits.
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edliw
Posted on: Aug 25 2005, 09:04 PM


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In reply to: subi1 on Thursday 25/08/05 08:24pm

It's all to hard to comprehend,as a grower in 1994 project I am happy, it could have been a bit better, but it was their first try.
Now looking at sales achieved, divedend paid, retained profits.
One wonders what else this company has to do to be taken seriously. On a PE of ? 7 they are well under value.
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edliw
Posted on: Aug 19 2005, 09:03 PM


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In reply to: tom924 on Friday 19/08/05 04:00am

tom924

tongue in cheek,
you should read the latest Huntley's report,looks like they have got it exactly right once again.Seems some people must believe them.

Cheers and I am still happy holding.

PS They don't seem to take in account the last strike results .What did they test
X meters @20% ,sure beats digging up 6.5% dirt
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edliw
Posted on: Aug 12 2005, 10:34 PM


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In reply to: john constantine on Friday 12/08/05 12:07am

john constantine

I think we meet at, the Atrium ???
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edliw
Posted on: Aug 5 2005, 10:46 PM


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In reply to: david_j_c on Friday 05/08/05 11:53am

Gotcha

david_j_c

Some of your posts have been a bit iffy on this company.
Wait long enough and they will eventually trip them selves up.through lack of knowledge.

The 1994 crop needed to shift 200,000 ton of green wood to the port.
How many trucks and how often?
I think your facts are ? not that you actually state anything, go and do some research.
Come back and join in, when you actually know what you are talking about.

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edliw
Posted on: Aug 2 2005, 09:02 PM


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In reply to: Deejay on Monday 01/08/05 02:18pm


The money is in the Bank.

We now have a real company,it has a real product to sell and can sell it for a profit.
The nett return to growers for the 1994 project was just over 5.5% compounded.

The company now has a new source of income, 5.5% of harvest proceeds.
Also after profitable returns to growers, a reliable source of customers.
1995-96 trees tonnage wise are already better than 1994 crop.Returns should improve.
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edliw
Posted on: Jul 22 2005, 10:24 PM


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In reply to: Shara on Monday 18/07/05 09:52pm

Shara

This company was built on M.I.S. in plantation timber.
Of late every forcast of returns has been less then the last.
The cheque still hasn't been sighted, the viability of these type of investments is still governed by the returns.
You don't spend $2.00 to save $1.00 Tax.
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edliw
Posted on: Jul 18 2005, 09:38 PM


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In reply to: savtin on Monday 18/07/05 03:41pm

Still remain concerned regarding returns on the plantation timber schemes.
Notice they didn't rate a mention in the latest interview?????????????
Only mentioned the new unproved schemes.
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edliw
Posted on: Jul 6 2005, 09:31 PM


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In reply to: david_j_c on Wednesday 06/07/05 04:17pm

Analysts reports are ?????
As a grower in 1994 scheme,no returns received at this time
When the cheque arrives I will certainly announce it, then we all will know the % returns to expect, 1995 & 1996 trees were well advanced volume wise on the 1994 trees 2 years ago.
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edliw
Posted on: Jul 4 2005, 09:22 PM


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In reply to: Ratfink on Sunday 03/07/05 11:28am

The future success of GTP may hinge on success of the harvest of the trees planted in '94 which will happen soon. A solid return to investors would probably cause a stampede to get in for more, a lousy return would do the opposite.

Ratfink

Couldn't agree more , the harvest has happened but we are still waiting to find out if the returns are worthwhile.
If the returns are lousy,last weeks reaction could become insignificant.
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edliw
Posted on: Jun 17 2005, 09:55 PM


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In reply to: david_j_c on Thursday 16/06/05 04:13pm

The "returns seemed fairly modest to me"????

As a grower , still don't know any $ value on the returns yet.

Where do you get your information, can you post some real numbers if you actually have any.
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edliw
Posted on: Jun 15 2005, 09:17 PM


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In reply to: savtin on Wednesday 11/05/05 09:03am

by now we know it has changed direction. good news today is that the cheques for the 1994 crop won't be sent out untill July.
but still don't know if they are going to be worth getting excited about.
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edliw
Posted on: Mar 13 2005, 06:23 PM


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Last 5 years
Do an overlay of a GTP chart and see who's in front.
Hold both
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edliw
Posted on: Mar 2 2005, 07:17 PM


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In reply to: edliw on Thursday 25/11/04 08:02pm

A few more trades going through now,still stick to my last statement,added a few more.Next announcements could help, still a long term play.
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edliw
Posted on: Feb 11 2005, 08:06 PM


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In reply to: tom924 on Friday 11/02/05 06:59pm

tom924
Looking good,agree the next ?? few announcements will really light this one up.

You will be able to sit back and enjoy and have a slight smile at those that didn't listen.

Still holding and smiling.

Cheers
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edliw
Posted on: Jan 23 2005, 07:47 PM


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In reply to: tom924 on Sunday 23/01/05 03:57pm

tom924

Cheers Tom and happy New Year.

Relax and go with the flow,you will have a coronery otherwise.

Your ramping dosen't do anything,When it gets to a PE of 12-16 where its heading,we know they have the Nickle.The others will eventually catch up.

Cheers
Going to be a great year.
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edliw
Posted on: Dec 2 2004, 07:32 PM


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In reply to: laza on Saturday 06/11/04 10:51am

Laza.
It just got a good scratch today, with the latest announcements
Ha HA.

Cheers.
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edliw
Posted on: Nov 26 2004, 09:28 PM


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In reply to: savtin on Thursday 25/11/04 11:15pm

savtin
It only has more to offer, if the original investors in their management schemes receive a return on their Money.
Otherwise the principle of the exercise falls over.
Been waiting 10 years for the trees to grow,brought in the IPO.
You still want to give them what "one-two -three Years"
Put up or shut up, waiting on the "Money"
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edliw
Posted on: Nov 25 2004, 08:02 PM


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In reply to: Need Money on Thursday 25/11/04 11:58am

Sleep easy,at these prices still good buying,not considering any loss .Ahead of the pack on this one.
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edliw
Posted on: Nov 8 2004, 07:59 PM


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In reply to: cdchi1 on Monday 08/11/04 05:54pm

Trading with a PE of 6,must be some reflection on the perceived mine life.
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edliw
Posted on: Nov 5 2004, 08:48 PM


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Hi Tom924

Like you I'am a believer,when it's really starts to move they won't be able to catch up.
For some reason they don't think it's going to be around alot longer then 8 years.

Cheers & enjoy
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edliw
Posted on: Oct 28 2004, 09:05 PM


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In reply to: theking on Thursday 28/10/04 11:19am

THE KING says not a bad run yesterday and may be things to come, but you can`t ever run in and buy off the shelf large type trucks allways a year ahead or end up with a second hand ONE..

THE KING
Make up your mind,now you have them lining up at the gate, but your last advice was you have to wait a year for delivery.The price of Oil may change over this time frame .

It's a top company,long term hold.

THE KING is still a "FOS"
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edliw
Posted on: Oct 1 2004, 09:32 PM


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In reply to: theking on Friday 01/10/04 10:16am

Once againe "The King" is wrong
The shares are to tightly held and not enough off them on issue.
1937 new shareholders and they want to hold their stock,that may be more the point.
Check the sales no volume,when on a good thing hold, but does'nt help the price to increase
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edliw
Posted on: Sep 24 2004, 08:43 PM


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In reply to: sandybeachs on Monday 23/02/04 11:36am

Your timing may have been a bit out,after this weeks anouncements now might be the time to keep a close eye on it
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edliw
Posted on: Aug 27 2004, 09:54 PM


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In reply to: theking on Friday 27/08/04 08:19am

True facts are what this site is supposed to be about. Generalization is what damages the credibility of sites like this.
They certainly don't only rely on government orders who could.
We think "The King" is a fos
Perhaps better to talk about their full order book.
Also turn spell check on.
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edliw
Posted on: Aug 26 2004, 07:09 PM


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In reply to: theking on Thursday 26/08/04 10:22am

Allways a year ahead,a bit of a stretch of facts.
To people not involved in the industry also missleading.
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edliw
Posted on: Aug 25 2004, 09:44 PM


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In reply to: chris on Monday 23/08/04 10:05pm

I wouldn't be to worried about inventories.Try ordering a aluminium tipper rig for delivery before 2005,the same applies to refrigerated rigs and taughtliners
Still the share price dosen't reflect how well they are going,all the reorganisation and up grading of facilities over the last 3 years is still to show.As a manufacturer miss paying a dividend and it takes along time to get back up there.
Hang in for the long term, Not sure but now close to biggest in aus I think.
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edliw
Posted on: Aug 18 2004, 07:43 PM


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Donot forget harvesting starts this year and probably still alot of work to be completed at
the port facility.The next big influence on share price will be what sort of returns growers receive,is this a real company or a paper company.
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edliw
Posted on: 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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