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Agl,I didn't think their results were that bad

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Has anyone got some thoughts on Anglo's results,I didn't think it was that bad and Mr. Market seems to disagree with me...as usual?
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They were bad...but not bad enough to make it drop further below its NAV. It is still making a profit. Am I missing something??
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Whats the difference between Anglo and Jeb Corliss? Jebs parachute will open....he hopes.
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BIL vs AGL The divergence begins back on 15 Dec 2000: AGL Price R111.26 vs today R247.75 an annualised compound return of 7.1% excl Div. BIL Price R28.00 vs today R237.00 an annualised compounded return of 20.2% excl Div. BIL is 8.5times higher vs AGL at 2.2times higher.
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cheap, you may not think they was so bad, but the market does think they was so bad and certainly came in below expectations ..
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time for Carrol to go!maybe she can take personal control of that mine in Brazil
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How much do you think KIO is propping up the AGL share price, if at all?
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20% - the joint biggest contributor along with Platinum. And therein lies AGL's story, platinum in all sorts of strife and KIO with profit warnings. That is also why there is a big divergence between BIL and AGL, Bil has no platinum exposure
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Ja I guess KIOs prices has been a bit jagged the last few months.
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and the KIO chief been moved to ANGLO...possibly the next CEO?
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Well , as a shareholder in AGL, I have decided to dump their shares, if Cynthia does not resign...Hopefully , it will be nationalized before it goes bankrupt!
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as a shareholder you should take more interest in the stocks you own. They generate $2bn in operating profit in 6 months, they have over $11bn in cash - and are a very long way away from even hinting at bankrupcy
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They're cheaper than they've been in three years, a blue chip at a low PE. After largely ignoring them for years this is when I like to buy, not sell. Personally I'm long AGL and short the market.
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Each time it has a little rally the sellers come in and knock it down further.I am still happy with my shorts in agl and ari.
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