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Wednesday, 21 December 2016
Sirtex crashes again
The bonfire continues apace.
Sirtex Medical is now down 63 per cent year-on-year.
As for some of the other value stock favourites people tweet me about?
Vita Group is staging a bit of a fightback, having previously been smashed:
Healthscope is not really going nowhere, and remains well down:
REA Group (real estate) looking to shape upwards in 2017 after a bit of a knock:
And Vocus Communications...bleurgh!
While Aussie shares continue to tread water, in the US it's a veritable moonshot with the Dow firing for 20,000.