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REA - REA Group

Discussion in 'Stocks Q-Z' started by The Barbarian Investor, Feb 18, 2005.

  1. The Barbarian Investor

    The Barbarian Investor

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    Just when i was thinking of getting on board the REA - real estate australia bus,it stopped and then backed up??

    Is this just a correction or profit taking by share holders, any ideas on this share ?

    It's another stock that i think has merit
     
  2. The Barbarian Investor

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    Re: REA

    Must've been profit taking?

    I got in and it's on the rise again...glad to say..

    PS have you seen CMQ's Chart of late .."ouch" for those that have big $'s (Super) in the stock. I hope for thier sake it recovers
     

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  3. GreatPig

    GreatPig Pigs In Space

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    Re: REA

    Looks like someone's excited about the abolition of vendor tax...

    GP
     

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    Re: REA

    Good pick. Hope you still hold. Revised takeover offer of $2.50 now in.
     
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    Re: REA - RealEstate.com.au

    My my, how times have changed.

    Bought in last year at low-mid 30s. Will provide an analysis as to what's to come soon.
     
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    Years ago I was going to do a deal with them on something, they offered shares instead of money, I turned them down, they were 20c at the time :banghead::banghead::banghead:

    - - - Updated - - -

    I don't think they have a lot of upside with their model, the agents are sick of the charges and will start to leave before long, they should have diversified.
     
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    Re: REA - RealEstate.com.au

    Well cdafam that analysis report must be bigger than those research houses give out given 4 months have passed and not a word yet;). Hopefully we won't have to wait too much longer:)

    Only one of six stocks that finished in the postive today:eek::1zhelp:.


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    Hi,

    The stock as gone up 8% since my last post (a week ago). Surely it won't be long before this stock joins the exclusive $50+ club!! Just looking at some of the fundamentals (thanks to my bank - which bank?).

    The dividend yield is only 1% but then the share price has increased by 79% (capital growth) over the past year:). The P/E is nearly 47% but the Debt/Equity ratio is zero compared to the market average of nearly 25%, so there is much to like about it.

    But then this isn't a tip, so if you are thinking of buying or even selling the stock, then please do your own research first;)


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    Down 8% today, I really want a piece of this business, then again I remember passing on it at 12.50 a few years ago...
     
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    Seems rather harsh, considering that their reports released on the 8th were still impressive, albeit, short of the expectations of some.
     
  11. McCoy Pauley

    McCoy Pauley Get out of here Budweiser!

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    It was trading at 40x earnings pre-release. It was priced for above perfection. Would appear to be a correction back towards a more sustainable share price. I haven't read the results but the headlines seemed to be quite impressive, so I think it's an adjustment from the market towards reality.
     
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    Is a further "adjustment to reality" still to come? I hold no stock, BTW, other than that I have in the ASX game :)

    The graphs are talking to me, but as a newcomer, I am still to get my head around what they are saying :p
     
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    Online Property Advertising Group
    Subsidary of NewsCorp

    Judging by the chart seems institutions have been in a hurry to buy in the last 3 weeks. (Gaps) looks like it wants to test the Mar 2014 highs. Bullish flag pattern at current state.
    If property prices are set to rise or fall ppl will use them, win win.

    Any comments on current valuation or fundamentals are welcome.
     

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    Tano, very good reply I had no idea "Squiiz was out there, cheers. Will b int to see what happens to the REA share price short and long term
     
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    REA is a good stock to trade at the moment. I do not make any coments on a larger degree, but from the top we had quite nice three wave setback and then an impulse wave rally followed.
    After some sort of pulback (most likely to ~43 area), it should take wave B top at 48.90 and thus new highs will follows. I am looking for a low risk entry sometimes next week or so.


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    ... and I bought them at 14.5c ... however couldn't get enough of them.. were held very tight!
     
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    REA What a day.

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    Analyse that! :nuts:

    Now it's clear. Having lost faith in the dictatorships casino, the Chinese are trading Ausi real estate and associated entities.
     
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    If that is true Notting it makes me very happy to hold some REA and IPP
     
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    Not really true.

    What I think what really happened was that the au$ dropped $1ish over night, due to an over reaction to Yellen Sept rate rise assurance and aus shares suddenly became undervalued especially relative to the Chinese GDP announcement yesterday that beat.
    The machines went bonkers at the open with internationals buying our market on the low dollar relative to China GDP beat.
    Quite a few spiked at the open as the algo's feasted on the gap.
    What I think is good about it, in all probability, the ones that bounced hard at the open this morning will carry through over the next month or two as a short term trend.

    Here are some that I noticed RIO, WSA, REA, OSH, WPL, OFX, MYR. There are probably alot more and some better examples.

    IPP has been such a dog since Feb. Comes out with killer reports then just goes the bone. Not sure what's wrong with it.
     
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