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GOOD DOG SHARES [message #58506] Fri, 10 September 2010 11:18 Go to next message
joshua
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DRD 294
ZED 165
CPI 7800
PLD 158
MST 250
SNU 237

Which other companies are in the same field as ZEDER???

Re: GOOD DOG SHARES [message #58508] Fri, 10 September 2010 11:59 Go to previous messageGo to next message
jaDEB  United Kingdom
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UUU
BIL (Of Course)

Snot cannot think of others...pathetic...

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jaDEB

I got my heebie-jeebies in a hidden bag

Oasis




Re: GOOD DOG SHARES [message #58511] Fri, 10 September 2010 12:28 Go to previous messageGo to next message
hp12c  United Kingdom
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Sector is Financial Services-Specialty Finance

CND
GPL
SKJ
WLO
WLN
ZED
Re: GOOD DOG SHARES [message #58513] Fri, 10 September 2010 13:07 Go to previous messageGo to next message
perreby  South Africa
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Jacana I think Joshua was referring to share price performance... Very Happy

Im sure there are a lot of shares that has performed a lot better than ZED over the last year Joshua...

But considering ZED is a "safe" stock its share price performance is very impressive Cool


Gaan groot of gaan huis toe
Re: GOOD DOG SHARES [message #58514] Fri, 10 September 2010 13:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
gcr  South Africa
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This is a list of shares which I hold which have shown a 20% plus price aprreciation since being bought - most a couple of months after the collapse of 2008/2009
Afgri (AFR + 26%)
AVI (AVI + 41%)
Combined Motor Holdings (CMH + 74%)
Cipla Medpro (CMP + 22%)
Pick n Pay (PIK + 27%)
PSG (PSG + 24%)
Grindrod (GND + 23%)

Some that I hold (AEG, BEL, DAW, PPC are costing me a bit of money but I think they will heal over time - well that what I am banking on

[Updated on: Fri, 10 September 2010 13:16]

Re: GOOD DOG SHARES [message #58515] Fri, 10 September 2010 14:00 Go to previous messageGo to next message
joshua
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Jacana wrote on Fri, 10 September 2010 14:28
Sector is Financial Services-Specialty Finance

CND
GPL
SKJ
WLO
WLN
ZED


Thanks Boet, but my system wont be able to handle such volitility (excl. ZED) Laughing Laughing

Have a good weekend!
Re: GOOD DOG SHARES [message #58534] Sat, 11 September 2010 10:32 Go to previous messageGo to next message
hp12c  United Kingdom
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Of course...the rest go under stray dogs Smile
Re: GOOD DOG SHARES [message #58633] Tue, 14 September 2010 10:32 Go to previous messageGo to next message
joshua
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joshua wrote on Fri, 10 September 2010 13:18
DRD 294
ZED 165
CPI 7800
PLD 158
MST 250
SNU 237

Which other companies are in the same field as ZEDER???




Today 14th September 2010

Good Boy's. DRD, SNU, ZED. Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

Bad Boy. MRF Mad Mad
Re: GOOD DOG SHARES [message #58653] Tue, 14 September 2010 14:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Saints  United Kingdom
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FBR - a real gem for the long term investor over the past few years. (And they pay out excellent dividends twice a year)
Re: GOOD DOG SHARES [message #58656] Tue, 14 September 2010 15:52 Go to previous messageGo to next message
THEAPHELION  South Africa
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Hi Guys

Has the bad dog DRD finally turned into a golden retreaver?

Have all those worrying about the circus clown and his ruinous nationalisation Buffoonery now sold their DRD shares?

Maybe leaving those that think that the clown, may get swept out of the circus together with the elephant dung and other chit.

They maybe beleive that they can still make a buck as they believe that no government cannot be so stupid, especially after seing many examples of financial decay in Africa and elsewhere.

DRD pipe line increasing there throughput by 50% within the year Fantastic.

DRD profit margin $400/ounce next year Fantastic.

No wonder the circus clowns of this world wish to get their hands on other peoples lifes savings/investments, as soon as they see that they can steel and get something for nothing.

If the government come to their senses and sweep Malema and his nationalisation ideas out of the circus arena, this share could RRRRRocket.

Can you believe, I still have my ticket for the take-off.

Too much of an optimist? Maybe not.

Ya pays ya money my mates and ya takes ya chance.

Good luck my fellow DRD holders and may all the Buffoons of this world come to their sense or dissapear into oblivion.

Hopefull Regards

Theaphelion Cool

[Updated on: Tue, 14 September 2010 15:58]

Re: GOOD DOG SHARES [message #58779] Thu, 16 September 2010 09:24 Go to previous messageGo to next message
jaDEB  United Kingdom
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Damn...do not have BLUTEL in my port, only in Sanlam Comp and of course in Sharechat comp this month....was on radio they went overseas and the overseas investors are climbing in. Check the graph (Code:BLU)

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jaDEB

I got my heebie-jeebies in a hidden bag

Oasis




Re: GOOD DOG SHARES [message #58780] Thu, 16 September 2010 10:03 Go to previous messageGo to next message
SHOOTER  South Africa
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jaDEB, what did you hear about BLU and when? I am presently holding some and did not catch any news on them.
Re: GOOD DOG SHARES [message #58790] Thu, 16 September 2010 11:24 Go to previous messageGo to next message
jaDEB  United Kingdom
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Moneyweb................see below

02 September 2010 23:11 Market watcher: David Shapiro Sasfin

Today's markets. 'Blue Label...were up 13% today, and 27m shares traded.'

ALEC HOGG: Hello, good evening and welcome to the SAfm Market Update with Moneyweb. I'm Alec Hogg.
The Discovery founder and chief executive is with us tonight to talk about the chances of repeating an incredible 35% compound growth record of the past decade.
But also we'll be getting an independent assessment of the MTN Zakhele offer from the man who told you to steer away from the Sasol Inzalo offer - and wasn't he just right on that one?
And then we'll have a look at Woolworths' decision to end its 17-year franchise relationships with 76 of its stores. Does that mean the local Woolies near you ain't going to be open no more?
All that plus David Shapiro coming up in the next half hour.
***
David Shapiro is in the studio with Natal Sharks colours on today. Dave, good to see you are supporting the right team for a change.
The all-share index down by 0.5% - even the Sharks couldn't help the JSE today.

DAVID SHAPIRO: Alec, it wasn't that bad. In fact, I think the fall belies what really happened underneath. If you look at the rand now, it's trading at R7.21, R7.22 against the dollar. There was a massive improvement in the rand.

ALEC HOGG: 14c I see on the day - 20c against the pound.

DAVID SHAPIRO: Ja. That created all kinds of problems with translation of our shares in London into local currency, and that really put pressure on - because, if you look overseas, most of our shares that traded there, Anglos, Billiton, all the heavyweights, SAB, etc, are actually up or steady, not down. So I think it's mainly on translation that we came under pressure.

ALEC HOGG: Remember last night we were talking about the fact that the American share market went up and ours rose? Today - and I've said this a few times in the past - if you're a trader in London or New York, you think of South Africa as the land of wild animals, Mandela and gold. The gold price went over $1250 today so, as a result, if the gold price is going up you should buy South African shares. It can be that simplistic.

DAVID SHAPIRO: It is. But it's also greater than that. We know of analysts who have been across there selling South African shares, particularly the cellular phone companies. One of the favourites, where a lot of the enquiries were made, was Bluetel. Now, Bluetel, Blue Label, were up 13% today, and 27m shares traded today. That's a massive amount for that kind of stock. That's foreigners that were just coming in in an aggressive way.
The other area that was particularly of interest today was healthcare, where Aspen and the new Life Healthcare were also very, very strong. Also Discovery on their very good results.

ALEC HOGG: We are going to have a clip from a discussion that I had with Adrian Gore a little bit earlier. That 13% jump in Blue Label Telecoms takes their market cap - and I was joking, Brett and Mark - the market cap there is over R4bn. They have lagged since listing a while ago, so I guess it is one of those companies that, if you are looking for something that's been beaten down and offers good opportunities, then Blue Label Telecoms might be.

DAVID SHAPIRO: It is, and I think if they can expand their offerings beyond just airtime, into payment of electricity and other payments...

ALEC HOGG: I had a good chat with Brett Levy last week, I think it was, and it does look like a company to do quite a lot of homework on.

DAVID SHAPIRO: I think the foreigners seem to like it.

DAVID SHAPIRO: The very fact that Microsoft has taken a stake in this business - well, if Microsoft is buying into a little South African company, surely it's got to have upside?

ALEC HOGG: Dave, have you had a look at the MTN Zakhele offer yet? The BEE offer?

DAVID SHAPIRO: No - just from a distance. I haven't really gone into the greater detail of it. I just think that from my point of view there's not enough margin to make it that attractive for me, and that's a concern for me.

ALEC HOGG: But you're not allowed, David.

DAVID SHAPIRO: No - I mean as a recommendation. I could get a heavy suntan! I am a minority group.

ALEC HOGG: Aren't we all in this country. But with a name like Shapiro there's no way that they are going to let you through. We are going to talk to Riaz Gardee. He's a chartered accountant like you, so I'm sure you'll listen carefully to what he has to say. But why I have asked Riaz to come onto the show tonight is he was the man who wrote a piece for Moneyweb a while ago telling his Aunty Kay - a fictional person, I guess - that she shouldn't invest in the Sasol Inzalo deal after he had done a lot of analysis and studying of it. He's done the same exercise with the MTN Zakhele deal and come to some interesting conclusions. But we'll get on to those in a little while.
Dave, did you make much of the decision by Woolworths to buy back their 76 franchisees?

DAVID SHAPIRO: Unless they are not performing, and that might be one of the reasons they want to do it. I think there are so many of them, and I am sure that some are doing well, and it might be an act to get those stores and bring them under...

ALEC HOGG: Unless the franchisees are not performing.


jaDEB

I got my heebie-jeebies in a hidden bag

Oasis




Re: GOOD DOG SHARES [message #58817] Thu, 16 September 2010 14:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
joshua
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Hi jaDEB!

Would like to know how well David Shapiro is doing with one of his favourite shares. HULAMIN at 1400 Laughing Laughing
Re: GOOD DOG SHARES [message #58839] Thu, 16 September 2010 14:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
perreby  South Africa
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Joshua,

Every single person that invests on the stock market has a "dog" somewhere... Even guys like Shapiro and the rest of the fund managers. So you can give Shap all the hell you want, just remember others have made bigger mistakes..

For example our legendary fund managers Allan Gray who declined a private equity firm buy out of SuperGroup at the R16 levels. Look where SuperGroup is now.

Perhaps they should consider rather making ads than managing money Laughing Love their ads. Not trying to give AG stick just pointing out that everyone pays their "school fees" and then sits with a "dog" in their portfolio


Gaan groot of gaan huis toe
Re: GOOD DOG SHARES [message #64426] Fri, 14 January 2011 07:52 Go to previous messageGo to next message
joshua
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ZED. - Slow but reliable

SPG - A sure winner. Watch this. End of March 2011 Laughing Very Happy
Re: GOOD DOG SHARES [message #64427] Fri, 14 January 2011 07:59 Go to previous messageGo to next message
hdbb  South Africa
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joshua wrote on Fri, 14 January 2011 09:52
ZED. - Slow but reliable

SPG - A sure winner. Watch this. End of March 2011 Laughing Very Happy


Meneer this forum does not allowing pumpying up the shares you own!!!! Very Happy


hdb
The mediocre teacher tells.The good teacher explains.The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires!!
Re: GOOD DOG SHARES [message #64441] Fri, 14 January 2011 09:13 Go to previous messageGo to next message
1M4N5H0W  South Africa
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Bought MTX last year at 421, still have them now at 588 Smile
Bought CRD at 31c last year, still have them now at 40c Smile

So far so good.
Re: GOOD DOG SHARES [message #64463] Fri, 14 January 2011 12:10 Go to previous messageGo to next message
joshua
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hdbb wrote on Fri, 14 January 2011 09:59
joshua wrote on Fri, 14 January 2011 09:52
ZED. - Slow but reliable

SPG - A sure winner. Watch this. End of March 2011 Laughing Very Happy


Meneer this forum does not allowing pumpying up the shares you own!!!! Very Happy


Well I'm not pomping anything else! Laughing
Re: GOOD DOG SHARES [message #64569] Mon, 17 January 2011 17:51 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
Moonraker  South Africa
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UUU
AGL
BVT

Re. AGL (and AMS of course), just came across this re. Palladium ..

Quote:
Researchers with the U.S. Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in collaboration with the California Institute of Technology have developed a new type of damage-resistant metallic glass that has demonstrated a strength and toughness beyond that of any known material. The new metallic glass, called DH3, is infused with a innovative microalloy that consists of palladium with phosphorus, silicon and germanium and is said to be as tough as steel. The glass greatly benefits from palladium's "high 'bulk-to-shear' stiffness ratio that counteracts with the intrinsic brittleness of glassy materials." The metal enables the glass to bend rather than shatter when subjected to pressure. Could this open the door for new technological uses for palladium?


Source: Is Palladium Driving Toward Success in 2011?
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