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  1. #1
    James Bell
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    Good to see our media supporting the great Telstra sale. From the Daily
    Telegraph (NSW):
    http://www.news.com.au/business/stor...-14334,00.html

    "big financial planning firms said they would recommend Telstra shares to
    clients.

    Peter Hilton, head of equities at Bridges Financial Planning, said his firm
    was recommending Telstra, despite its low growth prospects, on the strength
    of its dividend policies.

    "It's going to be a low-growth stock but it's not bad as a yield
    investment," he said.

    "To get 28c a share a year is an above-average return, and fully franked at
    that."





    See More: Telstra Shares - Recommended




  2. #2
    Michael
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    Re: Telstra Shares - Recommended


    "James Bell" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Good to see our media supporting the great Telstra sale. From the Daily
    > Telegraph (NSW):
    > http://www.news.com.au/business/stor...-14334,00.html
    >
    > "big financial planning firms said they would recommend Telstra shares to
    > clients.
    >
    > Peter Hilton, head of equities at Bridges Financial Planning, said his
    > firm was recommending Telstra, despite its low growth prospects, on the
    > strength of its dividend policies.
    >
    > "It's going to be a low-growth stock but it's not bad as a yield
    > investment," he said.
    >
    > "To get 28c a share a year is an above-average return, and fully franked
    > at that."


    And Telstra have publically said there is NO guarantee of that level of
    return continuing





  3. #3
    Anthony Horan
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    Re: Telstra Shares - Recommended

    On Tue, 31 Oct 2006 20:27:48 +1100, James Bell wrote:

    > Good to see our media supporting the great Telstra sale.


    I hope your boss at Telstra is paying you top-rate commission for all this
    Telstra sex talk.



  4. #4
    James Bell
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    Re: Telstra Shares - Recommended


    "Michael" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > And Telstra have publically said there is NO guarantee of that level of
    > return continuing
    >


    Oh Yes.. unlike every other company on the ASX which i'm sure GUARANTEE
    their future dividends?

    Idiot.





  5. #5
    Jeremy Quirke
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    Re: Telstra Shares - Recommended


    "Anthony Horan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > On Tue, 31 Oct 2006 20:27:48 +1100, James Bell wrote:
    >
    >> Good to see our media supporting the great Telstra sale.

    >
    > I hope your boss at Telstra is paying you top-rate commission for all this
    > Telstra sex talk.


    I'm thinking the Telstra sale is the perfect scenario for the Chaser's
    surprise spruiker.. assuming the ABC don't send it the way of the Glass
    House.





  6. #6
    JP Bayley
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    Re: Telstra Shares - Recommended

    James Bell wrote:
    > Good to see our media supporting the great Telstra sale. From the Daily
    > Telegraph (NSW):
    > http://www.news.com.au/business/stor...-14334,00.html
    >
    > "big financial planning firms said they would recommend Telstra shares to
    > clients.
    >
    > Peter Hilton, head of equities at Bridges Financial Planning, said his firm
    > was recommending Telstra, despite its low growth prospects, on the strength
    > of its dividend policies.
    >
    > "It's going to be a low-growth stock but it's not bad as a yield
    > investment," he said.
    >
    > "To get 28c a share a year is an above-average return, and fully franked at
    > that."


    Peter Hilton is a moron. He was recommending TLS to Bridges clients
    right through from over $5.40/share to the recent lows at around $3.50.
    It's cold comfort to many of these people that they have had a grossed
    up annual dividend stream equivalent to 9% or thereabouts, if their
    capital has dropped by 35% or more.

    T-3 may do reasonably well, but it's not for the faint-hearted.
    Certainly should not be pushed on to the elderly investors who are being
    targeted by silly analysts like this one. Yes, those people need
    income-producing assets, but there are many considerably better options
    than TLS in that category.



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