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Any Thoughts guys? SELL or HOLD

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Hi guys Any thoughts regarding DSY? Im still a new trader n bought DSY awhile back when it was doing good. Now seems its going down Sell or Hold?
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prancing_horse
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If you bought for the long haul,then hold... a well run company.
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AJT
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like the company, just purchased more.. long term hold ...
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CHATTYCHAT
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Consensus view is to HOLD or SELL - how does this measure up to your view: "like the company"? Discovery management has very pro active product development and their clients are sucking this up. Most probably a liking to be derived from international (American) activities?
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Galuc
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Sell the damn things and buy them again when they are on the rise again, they have lost 20% in the lost 3 months, you should have been dumping them a month ago!
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SimonPB
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I hold and have bids in the market for more
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partridge
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koos2
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i dont like john's dog either.
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JamesHo
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The share is relatively undervalued at the moment. Yes it lost 20-30% in the last 3 months but then so did every other financial company on the exchange due local exposure. Upside to Discovery is their massive amount of offshore exposure in Europe and Asia as well as the Vitality brand in the US. ~R115 is a bargain price. You'll get your 20%+ back in the next year
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Rams
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What is thier revenue from Health care provision...price in the impact of NHI...
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JamesHo
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take a look at their financials. The life companies (local and in the UK) are the big cash cows. They also have significant exposure in external markets which helps lessen the blows other companies are feeling. And lets be honest about the real chances of the NHI happening ...
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AJT
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just picked up a few more today, typically put in bids below R115
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