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Post Brexit, cheap buys
#16
(06-24-2016, 02:40 PM)Sebulba Wrote: Just looked at AEG (Aveng), they also took quite a knock today, maybe throw some spare change in its direction

Personally I won't. They looks like something is wrong fundamentally:


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#17
Also they are in the construction & materials sector same as PPC, with the PIC being the biggest stake holder who knows maybe they will sell some of to bail out PPC and then own both PPC and Afrimat
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#18
(06-24-2016, 02:56 PM)Spreadsheet Ranger Wrote: Also they are in the construction & materials sector same as PPC, with the PIC being the biggest stake holder who knows maybe they will sell some of to bail out PPC and then own both PPC and Afrimat

Also just read that the PIC has a big chunk in them, could perhaps mean they wont easily fail, since all that PIC moola would then be lost?

#19
(06-24-2016, 03:43 PM)Sebulba Wrote:
(06-24-2016, 02:56 PM)Spreadsheet Ranger Wrote: Also they are in the construction & materials sector same as PPC, with the PIC being the biggest stake holder who knows maybe they will sell some of to bail out PPC and then own both PPC and Afrimat

Also just read that the PIC has a big chunk in them, could perhaps mean they wont easily fail, since all that PIC moola would then be lost?

That is one way of looking into it, but not sure if that = good growth
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#20
Capco (CCO) continuing it's free fall.
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#21
Capco has my attention. Property stocks usually suffer the most during and economic crises so I will be buying if they fall below R57.

#22
Capco is now a wild card. I want to buy, but I guess I will wait for this to settle it appears to be in a free fall.

#23
TAS down 6% as well.

#24
(06-27-2016, 09:45 AM)Spreadsheet Ranger Wrote: Capco (CCO) continuing it's free fall.

Falling like a brick now, currently 12% down for the day. I want in, but also not sure where the turning point will be. Seems economic turmoil will be term used a lot this year.

#25
So, was anyone smart/lucky enough to make some good money out of Brexit?

Apart from Gold going through the roof, bitcoin also surged up. While reading up on it now, I found a newly launched SOUTH AFRICAN currency, Pipcoins: https://mypipcoins.com/ and http://www.pipcoinsa.com

Basically another big Ponzi scheme, promising amazing returns immediately, referral bonuses, 1 pipcoin = R100 (i.e. stays a flatrate somehow) etc...

#26
(06-27-2016, 01:13 PM)dieWerner Wrote: So, was anyone smart/lucky enough to make some good money out of Brexit?

Apart from Gold going through the roof, bitcoin also surged up. While reading up on it now, I found a newly launched SOUTH AFRICAN currency, Pipcoins: https://mypipcoins.com/ and http://www.pipcoinsa.com

Basically another big Ponzi scheme, promising amazing returns immediately, referral bonuses, 1 pipcoin = R100 (i.e. stays a flatrate somehow) etc...
I'd stay very far away from that crap. It has nothing to do with crypto currencies the FSB I believe is heading an investigation and on Twitter I have seen finweek about to write an article on it as well. The SABC made a major fck up endorsing this ref Wayne guy afterwards it's exposed that every thing about him is a fraud.

I can't stress this enough, it has less than zero to do with actual bitcoins and other crypto currencies. A pyramid scheme of note.
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#27
As for post brexit I picked up TAS at a very low price although it has now fallen back to those levels and should it fall under 220 then I will pick up another batch as well.

I believe this is a good winner honestly.

Then Capco. Dammit I did not think it will sway under the 57 mark but currently it's on 55 and Falling so I am lost.

I want to take out a leverage position on Capco once the dust settles since property stocks are always first to suffer in the face of financial uncertainty. Look at JSE ROC and JSE NEP and the whole PTXTEN for that matter.
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#28
(06-27-2016, 01:13 PM)dieWerner Wrote: So, was anyone smart/lucky enough to make some good money out of Brexit?

Apart from Gold going through the roof, bitcoin also surged up. While reading up on it now, I found a newly launched SOUTH AFRICAN currency, Pipcoins: https://mypipcoins.com/ and http://www.pipcoinsa.com

Basically another big Ponzi scheme, promising amazing returns immediately, referral bonuses, 1 pipcoin = R100 (i.e. stays a flatrate somehow) etc...

I would stay very clear from this. It has no bearing on real crypto currencies, it's simply a ploy to fool people.

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#29
I made a few bucks out of Harmony (although i regret selling on Friday, could have kept going) Picked up some DRDGold this morning. I'm also going taste if it drops to 220. Might also look at Capco but for a more long term lump sum holding share.

#30
So many things i want to buy at this moment, but my head is swimming with the choices (and limited available moola)






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