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#14581 Spree

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Posted 20 June 2017 - 10:38 PM

Thank you Jack5
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#14582 Jack5

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Posted 20 June 2017 - 06:29 PM

Does anyone have an opinion of Steinhoff at these levels (R65)? Is this a decent entry point for long term accumulation? As usual, their results are not very easy to comprehend for the novice investor!

The Steinhoff business is a difficult one to understand because it keeps changing. They have been on a huge acquisition spree, and they need to start showing the results of these.

 

I personally like them because of the international exposure, and if their plan goes ahead to list their African assets separetly then it will be purely international earning foreign currency.

 

I think at R65 it's probably fairly priced at the moment, I am however hoping it goes a bit lower maybe below R60 but not sure it will get there.

 

I would love to hear other opinions too.


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#14583 Spree

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Posted 20 June 2017 - 03:15 PM

Does anyone have an opinion of Steinhoff at these levels (R65)? Is this a decent entry point for long term accumulation? As usual, their results are not very easy to comprehend for the novice investor!
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Posted 01 November 2016 - 03:55 PM

Hi Soletrader. 

 

Why exactly would they do that? What will they accomplish through this?


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Posted 01 November 2016 - 03:06 PM

Why will Steinhoff fall? 

 

Shouldn't they climb some, with Shoprite reporting 15% growth and having a higher share price? 

 

Just asking as I have no idea. 

 

The hedge funds will short Steinhoff against Shoprite.  Maybe its already happening!


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Posted 01 November 2016 - 02:27 PM

Why will Steinhoff fall? 

 

Shouldn't they climb some, with Shoprite reporting 15% growth and having a higher share price? 

 

Just asking as I have no idea. 

 

The hedge funds will short Steinhoff against Shoprite.  Maybe its already happening!


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Posted 01 November 2016 - 11:45 AM

Why will Steinhoff fall? 

 

Shouldn't they climb some, with Shoprite reporting 15% growth and having a higher share price? 

 

Just asking as I have no idea. 


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Posted 31 October 2016 - 07:36 PM

Steinhoff will fall and Shoprite will rally initially
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Posted 31 October 2016 - 07:35 PM

Steinhoff will fall and Shoprite will rally initially
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Posted 31 October 2016 - 11:54 AM

Rumor mill is churning again and whispers around the watercooler was that Mr Wiese is possibly thinking of having Steinhoff purchasing Shoprite. Now we don't know his thoughts to be sure, but the retirement of Mr Basson as Shoprite CEO so shortly after rumours and speculations were printed I have a question 

 

What will Steinhoff shares do if it would purchase Shoprite and what would Shoprite shares do with such an offer on the table? Could Steinhoff suddenly trade at R132 a share? Or are they looking at only a 10% or 15% climb?

 

 


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Posted 25 November 2015 - 09:23 AM

thank you moonraker


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Posted 25 November 2015 - 08:41 AM

It appears that you don't have to take any action going by their SENS .. ( I suppose they will be listed on the JSE as Steinhoff N.V. - code SNH)

 

Action 2015

Application for the delisting of Steinhoff ordinary shares to be lodged with the JSE Monday, 23 November
on

Last day to trade Steinhoff ordinary shares on the JSE in order to be recorded in Friday, 27 November
the register to receive the Scheme Consideration on

Suspension of listing from the main board of the JSE of Steinhoff ordinary shares at Monday,30 November
commencement of trading on

Listing and trading of Steinhoff N.V. ordinary shares on the JSE in anticipation of Monday,30 November
receipt of such shares on the Operative Date with ISIN NL0011375019 under share
code SNH on

Scheme record date, being the time and date on which Shareholders must be Friday, 4 December
recorded in the register to receive the Scheme Consideration by 17h00 on

Operative Date of the Scheme on Monday, 7 December

Dematerialised Shareholders to have their accounts (held at their CSDP or broker) Monday, 7 December
updated on

Commencement of trading of Steinhoff N.V. ordinary shares on the FSE (expected Monday, 7 December
to be 09h00 CET) with ISIN NL0011375019 under share code SNH on

Termination of listing of Steinhoff ordinary shares from the main board of the JSE at Monday, 7 December

the commencement of trading in Johannesburg on


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Posted 25 November 2015 - 04:20 AM

So Steinhoff delisting and relisting as Genisis, I see there is a note under Special Announcements on the SBK web site. I want to keep my shares in Steinhoff but cant make head or tail of the SENs.

Must any action be taken or if no action do your shares automatically get converted to the new listing?


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