Telecom Corp of New Zealand

NZT-N

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BUY
BUY
November 20, 2012

Caller can't find any earnings. ADR was delisted. You have to go to New Zealand web sites for the financial results for New Zealand telecom. It has held up well during the global financial crisis. This and Vodaphone are the two big players there. It’s a good company and he would add to it at this point. It is difficult to get a trade executed in New Zealand.

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Caller can't find any earnings. ADR was delisted. You have to go to New Zealand web sites for the financial results for New Zealand telecom. It has held up well during the global financial crisis. This and Vodaphone are the two big players there. It’s a good company and he would add to it at this point. It is difficult to get a trade executed in New Zealand.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
August 14, 2012

Been a couple of changes recently. Has been de-listed and will trade on pink sheets “NZTY”. Recently split off core assets and had a one time special dividend. You have to see the plans post-restructuring.

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Been a couple of changes recently. Has been de-listed and will trade on pink sheets “NZTY”. Recently split off core assets and had a one time special dividend. You have to see the plans post-restructuring.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
August 1, 2012

Has done well, as has many high dividend paying equities, and will likely continue to benefit. Whenever you are looking at any sort of utility, you want to look to see if the rate of growth of the New Zealand economy. Historically it has not been great, which is one of the reasons they yield is so high. (This stock is no longer listed, so not sure why they didn't mention that. Ed.)

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Has done well, as has many high dividend paying equities, and will likely continue to benefit. Whenever you are looking at any sort of utility, you want to look to see if the rate of growth of the New Zealand economy. Historically it has not been great, which is one of the reasons they yield is so high. (This stock is no longer listed, so not sure why they didn't mention that. Ed.)

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COMMENT
April 12, 2012
Is the 9.5% dividend safe? If there is a decline in the currency, it could be affected. Recently spun off Corus (?) division, which was a one time special dividend, which created a significant spike. Going forward, it will follow the Australian telecom space and bring a broadband network out.
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Is the 9.5% dividend safe? If there is a decline in the currency, it could be affected. Recently spun off Corus (?) division, which was a one time special dividend, which created a significant spike. Going forward, it will follow the Australian telecom space and bring a broadband network out.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
April 4, 2012
(A Top Pick March 16/11. Up 110.31%.) This is the dominant carrier in New Zealand. Smart phones are producing a lot of revenue for the carriers. Have a policy that when they are making money, 90% of it goes to shareholders.
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(A Top Pick March 16/11. Up 110.31%.) This is the dominant carrier in New Zealand. Smart phones are producing a lot of revenue for the carriers. Have a policy that when they are making money, 90% of it goes to shareholders.
BUY
BUY
October 6, 2011
Telecom in New Zealand. Trades at 10X earnings with about an 8% yield. Very solid company. Has done a great job of slowly growing itself.
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Telecom in New Zealand. Trades at 10X earnings with about an 8% yield. Very solid company. Has done a great job of slowly growing itself.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
June 22, 2011
New Zealand telecom. 6.5% yield. Free cash flow yield of 7%. An undervalued regulated utility. Will be split into 2 companies.
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New Zealand telecom. 6.5% yield. Free cash flow yield of 7%. An undervalued regulated utility. Will be split into 2 companies.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
April 4, 2011
The majority telephone provider in New Zealand. Doing relatively well and has a reasonable dividend. Losing landline as people switch to mobile. Way below where it was 3-4 years ago.
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The majority telephone provider in New Zealand. Doing relatively well and has a reasonable dividend. Losing landline as people switch to mobile. Way below where it was 3-4 years ago.
STRONG BUY
STRONG BUY
March 18, 2011
8-9% dividend yield. With the earthquake in New Zealand, there was a bit of a withdrawal in cap X there. This company has wings and it will fly when it starts to raise dividends and the cap X cycle starts to improve.
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8-9% dividend yield. With the earthquake in New Zealand, there was a bit of a withdrawal in cap X there. This company has wings and it will fly when it starts to raise dividends and the cap X cycle starts to improve.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
March 16, 2011
Wanted a bit of Geographic diversity. Has watched this for a while. Value investors have liked it for a while and rode it down. Used to have a monopoly and now is having to evolve. It is going to do ok over the next few years because New Zealand is an isolated country.
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Wanted a bit of Geographic diversity. Has watched this for a while. Value investors have liked it for a while and rode it down. Used to have a monopoly and now is having to evolve. It is going to do ok over the next few years because New Zealand is an isolated country.
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