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Re: [sharechat] RBC

From: "Malcolm Cameron" <>
Date: Thu, 20 Dec 2001 13:04:41 +1000

the ramping of this stock has stopped in my opinion it should never have got 
to the highs it did for such a speculative stock. Everybody was pushing it, 
for this reason I left well alone. Its opening price IMHO was fair value and 
with the sales from arbitragers should have gone down from that, instead it 
was succesfully ramped to over 90cents

>From: "Richard Hooper" <>
>To: <>
>Subject: Re: [sharechat] RBC
>Date: Thu, 20 Dec 2001 10:49:40 +1300
>Hi All
>add some more factors to the equation.
>.....low investor activity to this stock since buy back stopped
>.....Investor perception that RBC could have a lazy management problem.
>.....Yanks could flood the wood mkt with their fire damaged wood
>.....Lack of communication between company and their shareholders ( a NZ 
>wide problem)
>.....Seemingly lack of direction by the company.
>.....Probably something major has gone wrong that only insiders know about 
>( sorry, me being paranoid as I bought up more last week at 64c ..reason?? 
>...flat line chart either goes one way or the other, punting that FFS/Citic 
>outcome may be positive ( keep thinking FFS is being ramped downwards with 
>takeover in mind  ) and Tower insurance had just bought 1% of RBC )
>.....Extremely quite and showing a low profile attitude tends to make 
>investors nervous.
>.....Unattractive stock, once FFS shares are sold.
>.....Smart money sold out at 80c and moved on.
>Maybe sharechatters can add more to this list.
>   ----- Original Message -----
>   From: Phil Boeyen
>   To:
>   Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2001 9:04 AM
>   Subject: Re: [sharechat] RBC
>   Bill
>   As a major Fletcher Forests shareholder, RBC's price is partly linked to 
>that stock, which has been falling of late, although I am not sure that 
>accounts for the entire drop.  Maybe the 'biotech bucks" are going into 
>companies which may offer a fast upside than RBD at this stage?
>   Regards, Phil
>     ----- Original Message -----
>     From: Bill
>     To: Sharechat
>     Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 2001 1:02 PM
>     Subject: [sharechat] RBC
>     Hi Chatters
>     Can anyone explain the downward drift in RBC.  What am I missing?
>     BB

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