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terrine
post Posted: Nov 28 2014, 09:22 AM
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Hope there arent too many wankers like me out there that hold this rubbish.
Todays report to the market that they lost 40cps this year following up a 16cps tare up last year.
Most of their business must owe FA now, a good place to start..except their not starting , their trashing.
I have long term personal dealings with one of their franchises and its not a happy one these days, I fear the only way is down and out with current management practices

 
terrine
post Posted: May 13 2013, 05:31 PM
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completely wrong about this dog...
well its handlers anyway
looks like they have managed to take some good business' and smash em.
according to their own guidance expected profit accross the group could be as low as zip, nil, zilch, nought, diddly squat, zero, FA

 
terrine
post Posted: Aug 17 2012, 12:02 PM
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this is a very reliable stock
unbelievably, it continues to disappoint

 
terrine
post Posted: Jan 19 2009, 11:53 AM
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Interesting asx announcement today
HHL Hunter Hall - 6% owned by HNG has been increasing its stake in PMP,
buying 3m shares over the last couple of months to 5.63% / 19m shares.
Both PMP and HHL have been smashed by around 75% from their 12 month highs.
HNG is down around 65%.

Any thoughts?

 
terrine
post Posted: Jan 29 2008, 08:44 AM
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Have a look at the open this morning
Only 3 parcels for sale of 1221 shares.
My usual bitch - liquidity.
I see the buyback activated at $2 and directors are buying above that, when they can.
Directors seriously need to address liquidity.
Shareprice is driven by the market and market means there have to be sellers as well as buyers.
Come on guys, make a big purchase and lets have a renounceable rights issue
???

 
terrine
post Posted: Jan 23 2008, 04:40 PM
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Managed to buy some more today. Cheap at these levels.
I see a director topped up yesterday

 

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hawleybeach
post Posted: Nov 27 2007, 02:42 PM
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In reply to: terrine on Tuesday 27/11/07 11:57am

Terrine,

Well I don't get franking with my money in the bank ...

So you need to add about 2.6% for the franking. You would need to be getting 8.6% interest on your money in the bank to get an equivalent return BEFORE you take the Capital Gains into account.



 
terrine
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Hello Hawley,
Liquidity is its biggest killer I think, there just enough stock available to interest most buyers, unless you want to chase the price. I remember it took 3 goes to fill my order.
Wish i had bought more now.
DIV - at a 14 cps its only around a 6% ROI at current levels (plus franking).
- you can get that at the bank.
Sure with Biante contibuting to full year figures in future that will improve and I am sure the shareprice will show modest improvent as well.

 
hawleybeach
post Posted: Nov 27 2007, 11:19 AM
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In reply to: terrine on Wednesday 23/05/07 08:44am

Well six months down the track, have a look at the latest announcement:

Earnings Per Share: 32.4 cents
Core Earnings : 19.2 cents

And on the basis of that announcement, the share price has only managed to get to $2.40

Given that the company seems to consistently have better results year after year, I still can't understand the share price ... should be at least $3, even $4 would only give it a PE ratio of 21

 
terrine
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In reply to: hawleybeach on Tuesday 22/05/07 09:07pm

Thanks for those, but I have way too many speccies now... junior miners and out of favour ones like NLX...gee I got bashed around with that one over the last 10 years. All the stocks I mentioned I have held long term 5-10 years and have been topping up.
The market has been good and I have taken profits on a few latetly, as many are way above the all ords on the chart. having said that I took very good profits on QGC and CGJ only to see them keep going.
Another long termer I have held and I got some at 8c is BPT, it has been a very good performer and has gone from a penny stock to a billion dollar cap. The jury seems to be out but i did, top up 2 months ago.

I think we will do OK here longer term



 
 


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