The Stock Scribe

Royal Wolf Holdings will list on the ASX on 31 May 2011. The business lead supervisor and underwriter are Credit Suisse and the co-managers are Commonwealth Securities and E.L. A number of institutional traders were dropping over themselves to get stock in the corporation and I could see the reasons for their attraction. Royal Wolf makes its money from leasing and offering portable storage containers. It has a big market share of this business in Australia and New Zealand.

While the business may sound boring, it’s precisely the type of business that traders such as myself like. The other nice thing about Royal Wolf is that it has a very diverse clientele, so are there no individual clients that take into account significant amounts of income. 133.8 million. Conservative accounting is to be applauded. 1.83 and I wouldn’t be too surprised to view it list at reduced to that price based on what I’m hearing regarding demand for the stock. There haven’t been any Australian IPOs in the last 3 years that I have been thinking about.

Too many of the companies have been of average quality and the prices asked have generally been too high. Royal Wolf is different. It is a good quality company and the purchase price is reasonable. Only clients of the lead and co-managers were asked to use for shares. Please, be aware that as always, none of the above constitutes financial advice, as with any investment there are risks. You must do your own research and consult appropriately qualified people for advice (where necessary).

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You and I obviously disagree on lots of factors, Nish09, like the definition of ‘attack’. By way of explanation, my question about banning all firearms and the next point originated from you saying “Besides that, our constitution protects our INHERENT To own a firearm”. I thought I had been responding to the questions in your earlier comment, Nish09.

Done my best. If that’s inadequate, sorry. Thanks for making the effort to respond to my hub. Possessing an “illegal” gun is already illegal. What will the fresh laws change there? Apart, from making more guns illegal, which will influence the otherwise law-abiding citizen, not the convicted offender.

I absolutely sure do. That’s how I can start to see the contradiction in your hub. I said anything about a ban on all firearms never. But many thanks for inferring. And again, your point is invalid and contradictory. The funny thing is, I did so not to be-little you at all, but yet you attack me straight in your reply. That’s such a common tactic of those floating b/s. Further, it’s fairly stupid to state that I’d be happy there was a regulation to arrest someone who arrived after my kid with an unlawful weapon.