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Topic # 8529 7-Jul-2006 12:33
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According to the company registry, ACC has 3,000,000 out of 64,081,612 shares in Woosh??? WHY??

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Reply # 40626 7-Jul-2006 12:40
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Really


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  Reply # 40628 7-Jul-2006 14:02
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And?

ACC is a large investment company who have somewhere in the region of $6 billion invested both onshore and offshore. The Government has given ACC a mandate of having reserves of around $10 billion by the end of the decade and they are certainly on target to get close or surpass that. The whole no fault concept of ACC is unique in the world and the only reason we have the company is because of the success of their fund managers.



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  Reply # 40629 7-Jul-2006 14:17
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Definetly smart investing. Woosh is an accident waiting to happen.





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Reply # 40631 7-Jul-2006 16:20
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Thats part of the game when investing... you win some, you loose some.

If you spread your investments out enough, having one poorly performing investment isn't the end of the world. They no doubt have some investments that are doing quite well which would compensate for the woosh shortfall if any. 




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