Handle9:tdgeek: The blanket statement was that Air NZ is not now declaring a dividend so therefore assets are bad to hold. And that its now bad as the virus has crippled it.
Stop making things up. Your interpretation isn't what was written.
Stop being grumpy
The comments were
Just think of the lost funds that could help fund the rebuild that has been lost by selling 49% stakes in many of our productive assets and the recurring revenue that is lost forever.
I don't think many SOEs like Air NZ are going to be paying dividends out for a while.
A comment that is concerned about selling assets and thus selling future revenue. Then a post that Air NZ and other SOEs will stop paying dividends. Implying that its fine to sell assets as out of the blue there is a crisis that stops income. The fact is, if you hold good assets that provide income, thats a good thing. That a 1 in 100 year event occurred doesnt change that.