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All Ords 2008 Prediction
All Ords 2008 Prediction
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keilor
post Posted: Jun 23 2008, 10:15 PM
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In reply to: Rapid$ on Wednesday 02/01/08 07:04pm

Dont worry be happy that we live in a good country like Australia!
it will not get as bad as the USA .We can can ride it out cool.gif

 
dolor
post Posted: Feb 6 2008, 05:55 PM
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In reply to: Dutchy on Sunday 06/01/08 03:43pm

Dutchy, after 1 month the losses continue and the graph must be looking decidedly grim. What's your outlook from here?

 
HAL
post Posted: Jan 30 2008, 03:34 PM
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It's all heading south big time according to my analysis.

If you are long - be very careful.

The trend has changed.



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ALL ORDS TARGETS :

5660
5300
5100
4870

The multi year bear market has commenced.
 
wasabibarako
post Posted: Jan 6 2008, 06:51 PM
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In reply to: Gumby on Sunday 06/01/08 06:26pm

Gumby: You wrote: "I expect that by year end that there will be a few more Aussie companies finding themselves owned by foreign interests....." did you not ??
wasa

 
Gumby
post Posted: Jan 6 2008, 06:26 PM
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In reply to: wasabibarako on Sunday 06/01/08 04:19pm

Wasa, you posted in wrong topic. Correct?

 
wasabibarako
post Posted: Jan 6 2008, 04:19 PM
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In reply to: Gumby on Sunday 06/01/08 02:12pm

Gumby: With "foreign" you primarily mean CHINESE. Correct ?
wasa

 

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Gumby
post Posted: Jan 6 2008, 03:58 PM
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In reply to: Dutchy on Sunday 06/01/08 03:43pm

Good chart Duchy.
The way I read it is this:-
A supreme pessimist joins the troughs with a straight line and gets 6000.
A supreme optimist joins the peaks and gets 7100.
A realist hits somewhere between the two.

N.B. I could be wrong!

 
Dutchy
post Posted: Jan 6 2008, 03:43 PM
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I keep this chart in my open positions areas so I see it everyday ... at least. A move back to 6000 - 6100 in the next two or three weeks would no cause me too much concern. In fact I believe it it be on the cards.

My concern will be how it trades once it gets back there.

The ease at with the ASX has managed to put in the big black weeks of recent times has not occured since 2003. At least a period of sub 10% pa returns now seems likely + will have to be in the right combination of ASX 200 stocks to achieve it in the next 12 months too.
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Gumby
post Posted: Jan 6 2008, 02:12 PM
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In reply to: Rapid$ on Wednesday 02/01/08 07:04pm

smile.gif The performance of the Asian economies now has a much greater influence on Australian stocks than USA credit squeeze. A USA recession no longer equals worldwide recession.
Moneys not invested in USA could easily find its way here.I expect that by year end that there will be a few more Aussie companies finding themselves owned by foreign interests and that will exert a positive influence on Aussie Stocks.

P.S. / N.b. I could be completely wrong!

 
Rapid$
post Posted: Jan 2 2008, 07:04 PM
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In reply to: ShareScene.com on Wednesday 02/01/08 10:47am

Believe USA Subprime Mortgage Crisis is only halfway.....this will fuel more negative journalism from around the world...hedge funds will be shorting there positions.....What if there is more bad news on top of subprime....Sentiment will dictate prices...there will be short term upward spike and then more volitility and downward pressure will prevail.....Banks are not willing to lend at any cost....if interest rates increase in OZ this will increase more defaults resultng in our own mini crisis. IMO

 
 


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