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[sharechat] re PEOPLE with attachments IE cristine & russel


From: "Malcolm Cameron" <malharcameron@hotmail.com>
Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2004 19:25:09 +1000


A question are you deliberately Either not wanting your posting emails read 
or are you deliberately trying to infect other computers or just plain 
ignorant. Emails with attachments are poison to most people unless they no 
all about them and why they are there. Even my Stock Broker has finally got 
the message. As hotmail bounces many emails from businesses with 
attachments. Please do not add attachments to your emails
Malcolm






>From: "Cristine Kerr" <criskerr@optusnet.com.au>
>Reply-To: sharechat@sharechat.co.nz
>To: <sharechat@sharechat.co.nz>
>Subject: Re: [sharechat] Brown Brothers - delish!
>Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2004 18:43:04 +1000
>
>Hi Allan,
>
>At the risk of digressing from investments and getting into a spot of 
>bother here:
>
>I'm not a beer drinker - can't handle that lovely windy bonus that 
>accompanies every sip.
>
>You would probably enjoy Brown Bros Everton: Cabernet,Merlot,Franc - 
>delish!
>
>My favourite cabernets would be Wynns Coonawarra and Wolf Blass (pretty 
>much any year), then there are little gems you find like Mad Fish (love the 
>name) from WA!
>
>I usually only partake on the weekend.
>
>Oops, mouth is watering - better go.
>
>Regards,
>Cris
>   ----- Original Message -----
>   From: Russell
>   To: sharechat@sharechat.co.nz
>   Sent: Thursday, January 29, 2004 5:51 PM
>   Subject: Re: [sharechat] DPC again & again
>
>
>     Its a beer that in my opinion is to much like porter, has a strong 
>black malt taste. I prefer a beer with a thin dry taste, or red wine, a 
>cabernet merlot usually.
>     Allan
>
>     ----- Original Message -----
>     From: Cristine Kerr
>     To: sharechat@sharechat.co.nz
>     Sent: Wednesday, January 28, 2004 10:01 PM
>     Subject: Re: [sharechat] DPC again & again
>
>
>     Hi Allen,
>
>     What's waikato?
>
>     Regards,
>     Cris
>       ----- Original Message -----
>       From: Russell
>       To: sharechat@sharechat.co.nz
>       Sent: Wednesday, January 28, 2004 6:27 PM
>       Subject: Re: [sharechat] DPC again & again
>
>
>       Well said Hoop, you always come across with facts and put your money 
>where your mouth is.
>       I am happy for you.
>       I am however, one of those who easily digress from the core 
>bussiness of the chat group, I think this happens because so many seemingly 
>un-related things affect us all financially, and we all have interests out 
>side of trying [in my case] to make money.
>       If however I did make some I wouldn't drink waikato.
>       All the best
>       Allan.
>
>         ----- Original Message -----
>         From: Richard Hooper
>         To: sharechat@sharechat.co.nz
>         Sent: Monday, January 26, 2004 10:05 PM
>         Subject: [sharechat] DPC again & again
>
>
>               Hi non believer investors
>
>               Sighhhhhh!!!!!
>
>               It seems that my posts over the last years re: DPC has past 
>everyone by except me, by the lack of posts. (see sharechat archives)
>
>               3 years ago, I said on sharechat DPC was a forgotten stock. 
>Dimebag on the other channel was saying the same thing.
>               I bought 17000 @ 65C ,  since then I have received 3-4cps 
>div every 1/2 year and last year they gave us FREE warrants as well, I got 
>8500 ( half of my 17000 at the time). I then sold most of my portfolo to 
>buy more DPC + warrants which I mentioned on sharechat and confused Snoopy 
>and others with my cost accounting to find a exit price of these warrants 
>and ordinary shares.
>
>               I have since stopped buying now and slowly divesting DPC. ( 
>Might buy a rental house in the slums.....another issue)
>
>               Today DPC is worth $2.75. Warrants AV $1.13 each.
>               Get your calculators out and I bet you this beats GOLD. or  
>most of the other subjects mentioned on sharechat. ........ yes other 
>profitable stocks are not mentioned on sharechat neither.
>
>               I have deleted a lot of sharechat lately as the subjects are 
>theoretical and theory which doesn't make you money. Most have been 
>repetitive and can be found many times in the sharechat archives.
>
>               How to make money on the sharemarket at the moment is easy,  
>look at the company's shareprice graphs...anything that has be pointing up 
>for a longtime must be good . Anything that has been pointing down for a 
>longtime must be bad  (NZ Stocks are in a boom, so if a company can't make 
>money now they NEVER will).
>
>               Believe in your common sense as this is your best barometer.
>
>               Yes do learn TA and FA and many others techiques. But do not 
>get "blinded by a single analysis" these scientific techniques are tools, 
>use them as tools of the trade. A Carpenter uses all tools to build a 
>property investment ( e.g house). He doesn't just use a chisel, but other 
>tools as well. A carpenter makes money by using his tools (same as a 
>investor) An architect uses theory, so does a scientist to make their 
>money, therefore sharechatters if you print your theories ,write a book, 
>this may make you money ,as it is worthless writing to sharechat about it.
>
>               I understood that Sharechat objectives was to pass on 
>information about shares that can make us all money...am I wrong?? At the 
>moment ,this is not happening.
>
>               Have a look at the other channel, and compare, then write 
>back here and try to beat their quality.....this is called competition.
>
>               An Investor doesn't clutter their brains with information 
>overload and subsequent attempts to decipher, as the result will often be 
>inaccurate. Hence the rule: keep it simple stupid KISS.
>
>               Last of all remember don't fall in love with a stock, nor 
>over analyse a stock............EMOTION KILLS.
>
>               Celebrating DPC gain again...not keen on champaigne Waikato 
>draught yeahhh
>
>               Hope all for profitable investing
>               Cheers oop
>
>               DISC  Longterm investor  Hold DPC WHS , BRY( bad investment 
>1998 sits in bottom drawer). Rental houses and flats.
>               If I sound simpleminded ,it is due to my degree in business 
>management studies, sorry.
>
>
>
>
>
>
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