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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Joe Blow, May 28, 2004.

  1. Joe Blow

    Joe Blow Administrator

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    Discuss anything you want on this board!

    Tell jokes, discuss rumours, post a funny picture, tell us a bit about yourself!

    Anything goes in here!

    :p
     
  2. Jett_Star

    Jett_Star Well-Known Member

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    I reckon this is going to be a long post.

    Let me start it with just one question:

    What is your secret that you don't want to tell other what so ever?

    I don't have any at the moment, but constantly looking for one...LOL.
     
  4. Realist

    Realist Billie Jean is not my lover

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    I'd just like to say that Ducati's valuations truly suck... :casanova:
     
  5. nelly

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    I have had a very interesting night....went to meet and greet cousins on my fathers side, and have found out my grandmother was a fijian princess :eek7: surreal couple of weeks for me...my brother came up from Sydney I haven't seen him for 20 odd years and my sister, my brother and I all went over to the cousins who live closer then I would have thought possible without banging into before this. It just goes to show you all may have someone over the fence who are closer then you may think....just a bit of personal trivia :p:
    cheerful
     
  6. krisbarry

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    I am craving bannanas, damn that cyclone :banghead:
     
  7. dutchie

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    Stop-the-clock

    Try the imported dried out banana chips - fairly cheap and a great snack.

    Cheers

    Dutchie
     
  8. Stan 101

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    Real, can you please elaborate? Are you a V twin owner, too?
     
  9. son of baglimit

    son of baglimit Well-Known Member

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    im sorry joe - ive been treating all threads this way - have i been wrong ?
     
  10. Joe Blow

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    Baglimit, the only thing you've done wrong lately is tip CEO. :p:

    By the way, this thread is reeeeaaalllyyy old. One of the first threads on ASF actually. I registered this domain name on the same day this thread was created.
     
  11. stockmaster

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    Joe Blow wat is your real name? When did u initiate this forum and wat motivated you! Cheers! :D
     
  12. Joe Blow

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    My real name is Joe... and I'm an ordinary Joe, that's why I'm Joe Blow. I initiated this forum on May 28, 2004 and I was motivated to do so because I had been involved in some online communities before that, had enjoyed the experience, and I wanted to try my hand at creating one myself. I was interested in the stock market, so I registered a domain name, got some hosting, installed some forum software... and the rest is history. :D
     
  13. tech/a

    tech/a No Ordinary Duck!

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    Well currently I'm in total agreeance.
    Anything thats halved in share price from valuation has to have a serious problem it now has to DOUBLE to return to valuation.

    Wouldnt you expect that at the time of valuation then the astute valuer would have been able to pick up that it was 50% OVER VALUED?

    And its argued that Fundamental analysis is way more accurate than technical----Cant see it myself.
     
  14. Bobby

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    Well yes Duc's position is :eek7:
    I do congratulate him for posting such !

    Brave Duc !!

    Bob.
     
  15. Smurf1976

    Smurf1976 Well-Known Member

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    Can't argue with that. Just look at those who were saying "real estate always goes up" over the past couple of years... :D

    OK, it might do somewhere but clearly not in Sydney... :2twocents
     
  16. ducati916

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    et al

    There seems to be a slight misconception regarding what constitutes an undervaluation and why this is due in part to myself.

    Within the posted portfolio there are selections from a number of strategies;
    Bankruptcies that have been discharged from Chap.11 as recaps
    Turnarounds [businesses that are going from losses to profits due to a new business strategy]
    Growth Stocks
    Defensive [recession resistant plays]
    Legitimate good businesses undervalued

    All the above represent a form of undervaluation.
    Calculating an undervaluation for a turnaround, is different from a defensive, is different for a growth stock etc.

    Thus, the valuation accuracy will be variable.
    In some cases, it should be pretty close, in others, it will prove [and has proven to be quite frightning]

    However, at the onset, a number of objectives were stated;
    *lose no money
    *100% success rate
    *return at least 30% compounded
    *maximum 3yrs timeframe

    Within that criteria, nothing is yet amiss.
    I am at 7.5 months in the timeline.
    The maximum drawdown I think was 18% [currently 12%]
    Returns are above 30% [120% if you annualise them]
    Things are jogging along.

    jogging
    d998
     
  17. It's Snake Pliskin

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    I watched meet the Fockers on DVD, pretty funny. What a great little shagging dog, boy he gave the puppet some. :eek7:
     
  18. nelly

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    S.P.
    Where has my faith been directed?
    you can do better then a shagging dog........? :D

    cheerful
     
  19. x2rider

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    hey Joe Blow
    I wouldn't mind if you ever get a chance to have a fool around with the site development to be able to put a shortcut through to the home page at the bottom of the posts. This way you dont have to scroll back up to go back to the start.
    Cheers man / woman
    martin
     
  20. Joe Blow

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    Hi Martin,

    Just scroll down to the bottom instead, just below 'Similar Threads' and click where it says 'HOME' in the footer (to the left).

    That will do the trick. :)
     
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