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  • James Greenhalgh (TII) | Doddsville
    unravel the mysteries of goodwill Posted in Doddsville Podcast Comments 0 Doddsville podcast 27 September 2012 September 27 2012 10 04 am Join the team as they marvel at the Apple machine discuss why making comparisons matter and play Long or Short with television Posted in Doddsville Podcast Comments 3 What matters An investing evolution September 18 2012 9 18 am Senior Analyst James Greenhalgh is moving on Here he explains how his investment approach has developed over a decade and what you might learn from it Posted in James Greenhalgh Management Portfolio management psychology Strategy Comments 14 Doddsville podcast 13 September 2012 September 13 2012 12 19 pm Join the team as they discuss the attractions of mining services stocks put Boart Longyear through the 20 Minute Challenge and play Long or Short Posted in Doddsville Podcast Comments 0 Doddsville podcast 30 August 2012 August 30 2012 1 28 pm Join the team as they discuss the infrastructure sector the end of the mining boom and play Long or Short with Lego Posted in Doddsville Podcast Comments 1 Older posts Intelligent Investor Analysts Nathan Bell research director works alongside Gareth Brown James Greenhalgh Gaurav Sodhi and Jason Prowd This blog is where they share their thoughts and gather feedback about their ASX research at Intelligent Investor Search Connect with us Recent Posts The origins of Passport Capital 15 568 days to the end of oil The worst deal I ve ever seen Doddsville podcast 20 December 2012 Best books of 2012 Recent Comments James Carlisle II commented on 15 568 days to the end of oil Samson commented on Harvey Norman crisis approaching David commented on 15 568 days to the end of oil James Carlisle II commented on 15 568 days to the end of oil Nick Earls

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  • Harvey Norman | Doddsville
    26 2010 10 39 am Matthew Kidman author of Master CEOs will be interviewed by The Intelligent Investor on the 27th of July 2010 Here s your chance to propose questions to be asked By Greg Hoffman TII Posted in Greg Hoffman Also tagged Brian McNamee Gerry Harvey Leighton Holdings Master CEOs Matthew Kidman Paul Little Toll Holdings Wal King Comments 17 Riding the coattails of owner managers February 7 2010 7 55 pm Investing alongside owner managers carries risks as well as the obvious benefits By Nathan Bell TII Posted in Nathan Bell Also tagged Computershare Gerry Harvey Kerr Neilson Key man risk Owner manager Platinum Asset Management Servcorp Comments 31 Tea biscuits and argy bargy December 22 2009 11 42 am I converted to the religion of annual meeting attendance late Earlier in my investing career eyeballing management wasn t a big priority it s still a secondary consideration but that s a topic for another time By James Greenhalgh TII Posted in James Greenhalgh Also tagged AGMs Annual meetings shareholders Sonic Healthcare Treasury Group Wesfarmers Comments 14 Intelligent Investor Analysts Nathan Bell research director works alongside Gareth Brown James Greenhalgh Gaurav Sodhi and Jason Prowd This blog is where they share their thoughts and gather feedback about their ASX research at Intelligent Investor Search Connect with us Recent Posts The origins of Passport Capital 15 568 days to the end of oil The worst deal I ve ever seen Doddsville podcast 20 December 2012 Best books of 2012 Recent Comments James Carlisle II commented on 15 568 days to the end of oil Samson commented on Harvey Norman crisis approaching David commented on 15 568 days to the end of oil James Carlisle II commented on 15 568 days to the end of oil Nick Earls commented

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  • Australian Property | Doddsville
    January 20 2010 12 12 pm Anecdotal evidence from a small sample of friends and colleagues trying to buy residential property seems to confirm recent reports of strength particularly in Melbourne Sydney and Perth on my recent honeymoon I met a couple from Perth who expressed their surprise over the strength of market in the city on the Swan By Greg Hoffman TII Posted in Greg Hoffman Also tagged property 2010 property market property recovery residential property Comments 36 Intelligent Investor Analysts Nathan Bell research director works alongside Gareth Brown James Greenhalgh Gaurav Sodhi and Jason Prowd This blog is where they share their thoughts and gather feedback about their ASX research at Intelligent Investor Search Connect with us Recent Posts The origins of Passport Capital 15 568 days to the end of oil The worst deal I ve ever seen Doddsville podcast 20 December 2012 Best books of 2012 Recent Comments James Carlisle II commented on 15 568 days to the end of oil Samson commented on Harvey Norman crisis approaching David commented on 15 568 days to the end of oil James Carlisle II commented on 15 568 days to the end of oil Nick Earls commented on 15 568 days to the end of oil Links Bristlemouth Gravy Train How To Invest Intelligent Investor Value Fund Walnut Report Authors Select Category Banking 3 Currency 5 Debt 9 Doddsville Podcast 36 Featured 4 Gareth Brown 48 Gaurav Sodhi 67 Greg Hoffman 27 International investing 10 James Carlisle 3 James Greenhalgh 56 Jason Prowd 18 John Addis 3 Lists 3 Macro environment 16 Management 21 Nathan Bell 43 Opinion 42 Portfolio management 7 Property 1 psychology 8 Resources 21 retail 11 Review 2 Stocks 58 Strategy 9 Telecommunications 1 Tim Searles 1 Twitter Wrap 25 Uncategorized 11 Value investing

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  • FKP | Doddsville
    gather feedback about their ASX research at Intelligent Investor Search Connect with us Recent Posts The origins of Passport Capital 15 568 days to the end of oil The worst deal I ve ever seen Doddsville podcast 20 December 2012 Best books of 2012 Recent Comments James Carlisle II commented on 15 568 days to the end of oil Samson commented on Harvey Norman crisis approaching David commented on 15 568 days to the end of oil James Carlisle II commented on 15 568 days to the end of oil Nick Earls commented on 15 568 days to the end of oil Links Bristlemouth Gravy Train How To Invest Intelligent Investor Value Fund Walnut Report Authors Select Category Banking 3 Currency 5 Debt 9 Doddsville Podcast 36 Featured 4 Gareth Brown 48 Gaurav Sodhi 67 Greg Hoffman 27 International investing 10 James Carlisle 3 James Greenhalgh 56 Jason Prowd 18 John Addis 3 Lists 3 Macro environment 16 Management 21 Nathan Bell 43 Opinion 42 Portfolio management 7 Property 1 psychology 8 Resources 21 retail 11 Review 2 Stocks 58 Strategy 9 Telecommunications 1 Tim Searles 1 Twitter Wrap 25 Uncategorized 11 Value investing theory 7 Wayne Jones guest contributor

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  • Retirement Property | Doddsville
    568 days to the end of oil The worst deal I ve ever seen Doddsville podcast 20 December 2012 Best books of 2012 Recent Comments James Carlisle II commented on 15 568 days to the end of oil Samson commented on Harvey Norman crisis approaching David commented on 15 568 days to the end of oil James Carlisle II commented on 15 568 days to the end of oil Nick Earls commented on 15 568 days to the end of oil Links Bristlemouth Gravy Train How To Invest Intelligent Investor Value Fund Walnut Report Authors Select Category Banking 3 Currency 5 Debt 9 Doddsville Podcast 36 Featured 4 Gareth Brown 48 Gaurav Sodhi 67 Greg Hoffman 27 International investing 10 James Carlisle 3 James Greenhalgh 56 Jason Prowd 18 John Addis 3 Lists 3 Macro environment 16 Management 21 Nathan Bell 43 Opinion 42 Portfolio management 7 Property 1 psychology 8 Resources 21 retail 11 Review 2 Stocks 58 Strategy 9 Telecommunications 1 Tim Searles 1 Twitter Wrap 25 Uncategorized 11 Value investing theory 7 Wayne Jones guest contributor 1 About Nathan Bell research director works alongside Gareth Brown James Greenhalgh and Gaurav Sodhi This blog is where they share

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  • Stockland | Doddsville
    568 days to the end of oil The worst deal I ve ever seen Doddsville podcast 20 December 2012 Best books of 2012 Recent Comments James Carlisle II commented on 15 568 days to the end of oil Samson commented on Harvey Norman crisis approaching David commented on 15 568 days to the end of oil James Carlisle II commented on 15 568 days to the end of oil Nick Earls commented on 15 568 days to the end of oil Links Bristlemouth Gravy Train How To Invest Intelligent Investor Value Fund Walnut Report Authors Select Category Banking 3 Currency 5 Debt 9 Doddsville Podcast 36 Featured 4 Gareth Brown 48 Gaurav Sodhi 67 Greg Hoffman 27 International investing 10 James Carlisle 3 James Greenhalgh 56 Jason Prowd 18 John Addis 3 Lists 3 Macro environment 16 Management 21 Nathan Bell 43 Opinion 42 Portfolio management 7 Property 1 psychology 8 Resources 21 retail 11 Review 2 Stocks 58 Strategy 9 Telecommunications 1 Tim Searles 1 Twitter Wrap 25 Uncategorized 11 Value investing theory 7 Wayne Jones guest contributor 1 About Nathan Bell research director works alongside Gareth Brown James Greenhalgh and Gaurav Sodhi This blog is where they share

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  • Trans-Tasman rivalry: Resmed vs Fisher & Paykel Healthcare | Doddsville
    don t really seem to have a big influence on health other than people feel like they have had a better quality of sleep However this is only the feedback I have received I have not looked at the research As stated earlier obesity is a significant factor behind sleep apnoea accumulation of fatty tissue reduces airflow and considering Australia is a leader on that front I imagine the need will continue Reply Brendan said Posted May 28 2010 at 6 14 pm Hi all I suffer from Sleep Apnea OSA and have used a Resmed CPAP machine as treatment for the condition for the last 6 years Prior to being diagnosed I used to struggle to stay awake during the middle of the day and when I got home of an evening from work more often than not I fell asleep watching the news on tv Personally the difference after I started the treatment was significant a couple of the posts refer to how cpap assists in a better quality of sleep for me it was the waking up of a morning feeling refreshed having the energy levels to get out and excercise the improved concentration levels at work and being able to watch tv of a night without falling asleep The first machine I got was Resmed s S7 this was quite a bulky and noisy machine Last year I did a lot of research when I was looking to replace this machine There were over 6 different manufacturers of CPAP machines at the time each slightly different in their offerings In the end I selected the Resmed S8 machine as it appeared to be the most advanced and based on my previous satisfaction with the Resmed product The one common element between most of the manufacturers was the work that had been done on making the machines a lot quieter than earilier models I have noticed with the S8 that the noise of the air passing through the mask is louder than the machine itself Based on the research I did it was apparent that Resmed was still the leading company in regards to the level of research and advancements in the machines but I do not believe that they have a large moat like Cochlear and the differentation between the products was more at the upper end of the market The cost of a CPAP machine varies between 700 to 2 500 depending on manufacturer and type of machine The more expensive machines have a number of features which include algorithms which adjust the airflow when you breath in and out allow you to adjust the tempreture and humidity of the air you breath and data logging to name a few As mentioned earlier on top of the machine you need a mask which can cost between 200 300 for the complete mask A lot of the suppliers are now selling the individual components as spares but this is quite expensive as well For the mask that I use the cushion which fits over my nose costs 70 to replace and I typically go through 2 or 3 of these a year For me the benefits from the treatment outway the costs but from an investing perspective I have not been able to get an understanding of the value or lack there of in either Resmed or Fisher Paykel Healthcare Nathan I will be very interested to read your analysis if you do one Reply Nathan Bell TII Reply June 2nd 2010 at 12 22 pm Thanks for the response Brendan We recently analysed Fisher Paykel Healthcare which members can read here http www intelligentinvestor com au companies company details Fisher Paykel Healthcare Corporation Limited FPH companyID 249803 I also expect we ll put the company head to head with Resmed down the track Reply Jim Simpson said Posted May 28 2010 at 7 13 pm I am on my 3rd attempt with CPAP machines over a period of 10 or more years beginning to make some progress My observations CPAP machines work best for people who have a minor problem requiring low air pressure to keep airways open Nasal masks are the most comfortable but only really work where low air pressure is required Where high air pressure is required a full facial mask covering nose mouth is used but to prevent leakage of air around the face the mask needs to be strapped on so tight the discomfort can keep you awake which is worse than apnea interrupted sleep I am presently using a Philips machine which is another brand not mentioned by others I dont know who makes this brand I found Resmed very helpful professional but there are now quite a number of businesses including pharmacies selling multiple brands so Resmed dont have it on their own any more Apparently the hurdles to approval for these machines is low nothing like the approval required for a new drug so the barriers to new entrants is also probably low after all a CPAP machine is really just a mini air compressor with a few controls Jim Simpson Reply Nathan Bell TII Reply June 2nd 2010 at 12 19 pm Philips acquired US company Respironics in 2007 I think so it might have been of theirs I like your final point Jim as these companies aren t like Cochlear for example But they actually make most of their money approx 75 selling the tubes and masks which need constant replacement a razor and blades strategy if you like unlike a hearing implant which might get upgraded every five years or more Reply Norm said Posted May 28 2010 at 11 33 pm Hi Nathan my wife has been diagnoised with medium level sleep apnoea and we have recently been through a home trial and visit to a specialist Sleep Centre on the Sunshine Coast After a month s trial with an earlier ResMed machine we have recently purchased a ResMed S9 Auto set for 1850 from the Centre the mask was extra and we had to purchase the mask and tubing for the trial machine the cost for one months hire was 75 plus 25 for the tubing we initially had a nose mask but that did not work and had to go to a full face mask fortunately we did not have to pay for the hire of the mask until the technicians and the doctor worked out whcih was the most suitable for my wife The full face mask cost 300 and it is a pretty well put together product The initial home study cost 65 but I understand there are places where the study can be done under some form of benefit for nothing Others may be able to comment on that The only refunds we received from Medicare was for the visit to the specialist Total cost 300 with a rebate of 261 40 They would not pay for the study While our health fund Defence Top Extras would not pay anything for the mask they will pay up to 1000 for a machine every three years A quick check of the top extras benefits for CPAP machines on some of the other health fund websites suggests this is a pretty generous benefit We went with the Autoset because it has excellent additional features like a gitital screen to let you know when the mask is not fitting correctly and it also has an SD chip to enable the information to be downloaded unlike the earlier Resmed machines which needed a cable to connect to the computer You are also able to access some of the information on hours used from the small screen on the machine It is very quiet much quieter than the hire model While the initial cost was high it seemed to be worth it because of the additional features I guess time will tell As it is early days yet we do not have a handle on the running costs so some of the comments made were interesting and give us something to compare with Early indications are that the number of episodes when my wife stop breathing during the night has reduced markedly and she is not as tired during the day We are about to go overseas and the need to keep the package as light as possible was also important The machine came with an excellent purpose designed bag We hope these comments are helpful and will keep an eye on later posts PS Our specialist was very clear that a persons weight is not an issue or the cause of sleep apnoea it all comes down to genetics and they way your face and other elements in your breathing apparatus has been constucted My wife was given insutructions to raise the head of the bed by 10 cm stop drinking caffeine after 2 30 PM and getting up early in the morning and getting outside for some sun to help refocus her inner time clock Easier said than done some days Reply Nathan Bell TII Reply June 2nd 2010 at 12 24 pm Thanks very much Norm there s a few issues that you brought up that I hadn t considered particularly in regard to overseas travel With the technology improving these days there does seem to be more emphasis on style features like Cochlear s speech processors coming in a range of colours Reply Ross said Posted May 29 2010 at 9 34 pm I am a surgeon Despite being thin my tiredness on weekends always seemed disproportionate to the long hours I worked An overnight oxygen level study showed that although my wife noted me have the classic snore apnoea pattern my level did not fall enough to be of concern 2000 I tried a Somnomed despite this on my own medical advice and found that it was uncomfortable and made no difference See below In 2009 a thin friend told me he had been diagnosed with OSA in a lab overnight study I had one and was diagnosed with severe grade OSA As in all medicine the knowledge base has advanced way beyond oxygen levels alone Norm is correct the narrow airway site responsible is too low for Somnomed or uvula removal to be effective in all except mega cases CPAP is the only effective treatment pro tem My thin friend had researched tried everything He sttled for a Res Med machine and nasal mask I tried the nasal mask Reply Ross said Posted May 29 2010 at 9 38 pm continuing I find the face mask better The machine is quiet The auto on off input from the mask is excellent The machine is easy to take as luggage The therapy shop tried to sell me a Phillips machine I have not tried a F P machine Yes significant obesity is an added factor as is too much alcohol but it is now known that these are not the major factor Reply Ross said Posted May 29 2010 at 9 41 pm Quite apart from ASX investment invest in your longevity if you have any symptoms suspicions and get tested Reply Andrew said Posted June 2 2010 at 9 55 pm As a specialist anaesthetist airways are an area of expertise for me and with a surgeon we have conducted many studies and proceedures looking at upper airway failure during sleep this airway obstruction leads to snoring and eventually apnea episodes during sleep Sleep apnea is a multifactorial disease and upper airway failure obstruction can occur any where from the nose to the voice box Mandibular advancement splints are only useful if the cause of the snoring is the tongue falling backwards to close off the opening into the voice box CPAP does not work for snoring sleep apnea caused by the tongue falling backward so the Sonomed device is should not be a competitor for a CPAP machine Nasal CPAP will not work if there is substantial nasal blockage due to larage septal deviations polyps etc obstructions at other levels in the airway can sometimes be improved by surgery to allow a CPAP device to functoin better A lot of cpap treatment fails because the original cause of the airway obstruction has not been clearly identified CPAP is only effective for treating obstruction due to collapse of the Pharngeal side wall muscles at the top of the neck Price is also important for device selection as by the time patients get to the point of purchase they have often spent alot of cash on docters hospital fees and inpatient tests Most of this in the private sector Snoring and sleep apnea is a complex illness with many causes some of which are poorly understood and treatment is not always straight forward Reply sunny said Posted August 5 2010 at 7 22 pm I love F P devices I am on Icon Auto device and I LOVE it MP3 alarm is the cpap first by f p i think Reply Nathan Bell TII Reply August 9th 2010 at 2 22 pm Thanks for your feedback Sunny If you have the time we d love to hear some more specifics about why you love the product Reply Alan said Posted August 27 2010 at 3 32 am I am trialling a respironics unit It works well and has reduced my ahi from 30 sleep lab to 9 sd card report with an airpressure of 8 now increased to 9 to try and get ahi below 5 Theunit is quiet and has 3 feature i thought would be good However Humidifier tank don t use too much hassle filling each nightcompared to slight dry nose Air pressure ramp haven t need at relatively low pressure prescription Heat control haven t bothered changing maybe of use in summer I would prefer to try a splint But don t want to spend 1500 on cpap And another 1000 on a mas sonomed as it maynot work Andrew aneasthetist suggests that if cpap works mas won t But I find that if I hold my lower jaw forward it appears to open the airway somewhat Anyone got any comments on my idea if I tried holding my jaw forward overnight with tape to mimic mas device and ascertain wether the mas device might work for me as it s certainly less hassle than a mask I recently travelled 5 day weekend and didn t take the cpap unit Due to size Even without thehumidifier it s the size of a large clock radio What are the jaw dental problems people experience with mas Reply Mars Reply August 27th 2010 at 10 38 am Hi Alan I comment on this issue in my entry of May 27 2010 at 6 38 pm Reply Russell Young said Posted December 28 2010 at 8 55 am I began in trials with the Resi med s9 Used Auto machine first I ended up purchasing a F P set at certain level I regret it Should have gone woith Auto Should have stayed with Resmed Reply Nathan Bell TII Reply January 3rd 2011 at 3 04 pm Thanks for your response Russell Are you able to provide some detail on why you regret switching from Resmed to the F P machine Reply Geoff King said Posted January 20 2011 at 9 22 pm After a home sleep test I was diagnosed with severe sleep apnoea I saw a sleep physician today and was satisfied with his thorough approach He looked at a recent chest X ray of mine and tested my breathing pressure blood oxygenation and nasal condition before writing a prescription for an auto CPAP He suggested continuous pressure CPAP would only be necessary if I required high level pressure continuously 18 most of the night in which case Iwould need to attend a sleep lab BTW I am 30kg overweight and he suggested weight loss should help and may even stop OSA alltogether So over the next month I will be trialling both the Resmed S9 Auto and F P Icon Auto and will keep you posted I look forward to the trial because each day is a major challenge trying to stay awake especially in the afternoon Reply Nathan Bell TII Reply January 21st 2011 at 12 04 pm My wife is about to give birth to twins so maybe I m about to find out what it s like to be tired all day following a lack of sleep Thanks for your comments Geoff and I look forward to hearing how things progress you are a live case study Reply Steve Roberts Reply March 17th 2011 at 4 38 am I am trying to decide on either Resmed s s9 or F P s Icon Have you determined a preference yet Reply Ken said Posted May 30 2011 at 4 08 am I have used both Res Med and F P CPAP units Been a long time sufferer started out on a Sullivan early Res Med unit and it worked fine until motor died replaced with F P by my therapist I do not like the F P unit at all The motor has had to be overhauled once and there is a switch fault repaired twice and the Humidifier chamber has a desaign flaw in that the connector plastic peice at the top is too thin and breaks All up I have spent 520 to maintain a 900 unit so a bad investment in my opinion Machine has given me restless sleep why I am awake now and yet again it is turning off after 45 minutes so I am junking it now in favour of the new S9 ResMed unit I have fed this info back to F P and they don t care about changing any of their products based on user feedback It is all about being in an industry that will be their cash cow and actually changing

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  • There should be no other store like David Jones | Doddsville
    should be no other store like David Jones but currently I m not convinced Kind regards Jason Prowd Want to know what shares to buy hold or sell Why not sign up for a free trial with Intelligent Investor to find out VN F 1 9 20 1166 please wait Rating 4 8 5 29 votes cast There should be no other store like David Jones 4 8 out of 5 based on 29 ratings This entry was written by Jason Prowd II posted on at 9 27 am filed under Jason Prowd retail Strategy and tagged David Jones department stores retail Bookmark the permalink Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post Post a comment or leave a trackback Trackback URL Doddsville podcast 16 February 2012 Previous Entry Doddsville podcast 1 March 2012 Next Entry 10 Responses Add Yours Discussion ben c said Posted February 23 2012 at 10 12 am Great post I have been thinking exactly the same Look at how the food hall in DJ s turned it into a destination within itself In the mid late 90s they tried to go down market and compete with Grace Brothers the idea failed DJ s should be marketing itself as a destination not just a department store I think Australia over the last 20 years has matured and could now support a truly upmarket retailer As you rightly point out people are prepared to spend up big for clothing they like Cheers Ben Reply Ashleigh said Posted February 23 2012 at 12 09 pm Bang on A good doorman well dressed in a suitable uniform helpful old fashioned service It won t wash well with the under 25 s but with the about 30 70 s age group more money generally less time I reckon it would go down very well indeed Reply Glenn G said Posted February 23 2012 at 1 20 pm Great article Love the idea of grouping things in age instead of price Myer does this in a small way with their underground youth section and could definitely be rolled out across the store Imagine homewares sorted by life cycle stage instead of product type Reply Jason Prowd TII Reply February 23rd 2012 at 1 37 pm That s an interesting idea Glenn You could group homewares by just moved out living in an apartment new parents empty nesters etc Reply stephanie stone said Posted February 27 2012 at 4 56 pm really good post Jason your forte has just shown itself old fashioned friendly service with loads of sustainable products earth friendly recyclables all stylishly beautiful and cutting edge they really need to get with the evolution that is happening worldwide Reply J Webb said Posted February 28 2012 at 6 17 pm All I want to find is what you say about Tabcorp thats why I m on your site Where is it Reply James Greenhalgh TII Reply February 29th 2012 at 8 50 am The best way

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