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#21 NotsoIntelligent Investor

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Posted 13 March 2017 - 12:11 PM

Is the Jeremy Woods who wrote that article, the same Jeremy Woods that was involved in the acquisition of MRI?  For some reason, I like this share and have a significant holding in the company, but I found this article to be a little short on fact and quality information... Just my humble opinion. 

 

I am worried about the companies exposure to Torre quite frankly, but think that, now that the Prescient deal has been done, Stellar's portfolio is a little more balanced.  Time will tell on this one... 


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Posted 01 March 2017 - 03:18 PM

http://www.sharenet....389ee4f6?from=5

 


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Posted 01 March 2017 - 02:49 PM

dump this share,


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#24 Fleetstroke1

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Posted 01 March 2017 - 01:12 PM

I have had this share from R1.60. Topped up at R1.20 with average cost of R1.45.

 

I thought with all the buyouts that the share was heading to at least R1.90 to R2 a share.

 

It was part of medium term (2-3 year) portfolio, however it is starting to feel to me that it is now more part of long term (5+years) holding or I must cut my losses and move on and try and make it back somewhere else.

 

Anyone have an opinion on where they think this share is going.

JR7800, Use your gutt feeling.... Dump the share, you no longer seeing your 2-3 year horizon. Dump it.


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#25 JR7800

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Posted 01 March 2017 - 11:17 AM

I have had this share from R1.60. Topped up at R1.20 with average cost of R1.45.

 

I thought with all the buyouts that the share was heading to at least R1.90 to R2 a share.

 

It was part of medium term (2-3 year) portfolio, however it is starting to feel to me that it is now more part of long term (5+years) holding or I must cut my losses and move on and try and make it back somewhere else.

 

Anyone have an opinion on where they think this share is going.


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