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1PCH Future Growth Factors Empty PCH Future Growth Factors Mon Feb 07, 2011 12:41 am

StockWatch


Stock Analytic
Stock Analytic
PCH entered into the market nearly 14 years ago focusing PC consumer market segment and later diversified into the office automation equipment, network and communication, software solution etc..
Greenwich Lanka (PVT) Limited subsidiary of PCH cater to Internet Data Centre solutions ( PCH appointed as a business partner of Reliance Communication India – India’s largest ICT private company), BPO and KPO ( similar to BPO but specialized inparticular domain – need fully qualified highly professional staff)
In short term market PCH look as speculative share but it has very good future growth if they fulfill following things without breaking business ethics; (Assumption : in the presence of sustainable economic stability prevail in Sri Lanka as well as Globally)
1. According to the government sources to win the war against development ICT sector has to play major role and present government highly focuses on ICT development. So this is the right time to PCH to invest to their IPO money in right places. i.e. They can diversify into more new innovative sectors and also they can acquire hidden local ICT sector innovative players and SMEs to strengthen their professional staff.
2. They have to appoint right caliber of people to the right places to achieve highly competitive goals.
3. They have to build up a good repo with government as well as mass enterprise level clients (local/foreign), SMEs and retail customers. To win the heart of above mentioned categories they have to maintain good customer support service center as well as fully qualified pre-sales and post-sales staff.
4. They have to follow industrial norms and standards.
5. They have to build up good partnerships with the well known brands.
If they able to fulfill those in the long run PCH is a value GEM.
Pls don’t through your hard earning money into a speculative share, work hard and understand the market really well before you investing in particular share.
Can anyone justify the PCH current stock price is undervalued or overvalued? Appreciate if you can present it in more descriptive manner that can understand by non financial guy.

2PCH Future Growth Factors Empty Re: PCH Future Growth Factors Mon Feb 07, 2011 1:29 am

salt

salt
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Thanks Mw. Try hard.

3PCH Future Growth Factors Empty PCH Future Growth Factors Mon Feb 07, 2011 8:00 am

happytrading


Stock Trader
@StockWatch

Thx for the post
For the nine months ended 31Dec 2010 PCH has made twice the profit it
made for the nine months ended 31st Dec 2009.
The Revenue for the december quarter is 30% more than the revenue for
the september quarter.
Therefore i think they are on the right track. Though lot of people try to
bring the share down I dont think they will succeed

Happytrading

4PCH Future Growth Factors Empty Re: PCH Future Growth Factors Mon Feb 07, 2011 8:43 am

wis


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
It won't be a surprise if PCH goes up because many people have no idea what they are buying or they've been hoodwinked, and brokers could be advising 'look 30% rise, it is so undervalued, it is a gem'. This is Colombo, laughing stock of the stock markets.

5PCH Future Growth Factors Empty PCH Future Growth Factors Mon Feb 07, 2011 9:05 am

happytrading


Stock Trader
It sure want be a surprise if PCH goes up today as that is what normaly happen when a company report good results and specially when there are lot of macro and micro environment factors working for it to report better results in the coming quarters

6PCH Future Growth Factors Empty Re: PCH Future Growth Factors Mon Feb 07, 2011 10:48 am

hotstock


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
if share quantity is somewhr 30 - 40 million, it would be a great share even at 30 levels..

but i think 230 million shares is too much...their current market capitalization is like some leading blue chips...

Forget about all fundamental & advanced analysis, just take a simple comparison based on market cap with JKH, RICH etc. you would feel some mismatch right..

sirimevan

sirimevan
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
@hotstock wrote:if share quantity is somewhr 30 - 40 million, it would be a great share even at 30 levels..

but i think 230 million shares is too much...their current market capitalization is like some leading blue chips...

Forget about all fundamental & advanced analysis, just take a simple comparison based on market cap with JKH, RICH etc. you would feel some mismatch right..

8PCH Future Growth Factors Empty Re: PCH Future Growth Factors Mon Feb 07, 2011 5:12 pm

mono

mono
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@happytrading wrote:It sure want be a surprise if PCH goes up today as that is what normaly happen when a company report good results and specially when there are lot of macro and micro environment factors working for it to report better results in the coming quarters

you said it mate, not me Wink

9PCH Future Growth Factors Empty Re: PCH Future Growth Factors Mon Feb 07, 2011 5:49 pm

morros

morros
Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic
However much we discuss either pro or anti PCH, we are all here to make a buck.
I'm glad to say that PCH brought me the highest yield in Jan & so far in Feb Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

10PCH Future Growth Factors Empty Re: PCH Future Growth Factors Mon Feb 07, 2011 5:56 pm

mono

mono
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@morros wrote:However much we discuss either pro or anti PCH, we are all here to make a buck.
I'm glad to say that PCH brought me the highest yield in Jan & so far in Feb Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

i'm sure you can share some of your profits with the chaps who bought at 32. Wink

11PCH Future Growth Factors Empty Re: PCH Future Growth Factors Mon Feb 07, 2011 6:01 pm

morros

morros
Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic
@mono wrote:
@morros wrote:However much we discuss either pro or anti PCH, we are all here to make a buck.
I'm glad to say that PCH brought me the highest yield in Jan & so far in Feb Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

i'm sure you can share some of your profits with the chaps who bought at 32. Wink

You cant win them all.
I have lost enough in my time Rolling Eyes

12PCH Future Growth Factors Empty Re: PCH Future Growth Factors Mon Feb 07, 2011 6:10 pm

mono

mono
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@morros wrote:
@mono wrote:
@morros wrote:However much we discuss either pro or anti PCH, we are all here to make a buck.
I'm glad to say that PCH brought me the highest yield in Jan & so far in Feb Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

i'm sure you can share some of your profits with the chaps who bought at 32. Wink

You cant win them all.
I have lost enough in my time Rolling Eyes

Yes but people won't be buying at 32 if this ad campaign wasn't around would they. and neither would you or many other people making profits from this share. in all likelihood it will be about 12 even now.

13PCH Future Growth Factors Empty Re: PCH Future Growth Factors Mon Feb 07, 2011 6:18 pm

morros

morros
Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic
@mono wrote:
@morros wrote:
@mono wrote:
@morros wrote:However much we discuss either pro or anti PCH, we are all here to make a buck.
I'm glad to say that PCH brought me the highest yield in Jan & so far in Feb Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

i'm sure you can share some of your profits with the chaps who bought at 32. Wink

You cant win them all.
I have lost enough in my time Rolling Eyes

Yes but people won't be buying at 32 if this ad campaign wasn't around would they. and neither would you or many other people making profits from this share. in all likelihood it will be about 12 even now.

We all get on the bus, man.
Only some get overcarried & dont get off at their halt.

14PCH Future Growth Factors Empty Are we following the correct path? Mon Feb 07, 2011 6:34 pm

sirimevan

sirimevan
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
Guys i was just going at these posts,

If you study the asian market sri lanka was depending on tea and rubber since it obtained it freedom 1948, where the plantation sector performed well, and had good revenue and growth with good profits,

further towards the millennium it brought us revenue trough it overseas recruitment market from the working capital from countries like dubai and qatar,

Still we couldn't beat Singapore and Malaysia even though they were behind us in 1982.

the main reason for this was not only the war factor but the governments not making clear decisions towards the future,

If you look at Malaysia today it has reached it highest price for its oil palm,(http://www.palmoilhq.com/PalmOilNews/malaysias-palm-oil-industry-contributed-export-revenue-of-rm49-6-billion-last-year/)
49.5 billion market value with highest price paid for it palm oil shares,

When people started growing palm trees instead of rubber and tea even when the global market paid well for tea and rubber still Malaysia was growing palm tress,then the world was laughing at malaysia at that time when there was a good market for tea and rubber saying whats wrong with this people?

If you look at India it has reached its highest revenue trough IT sector,(www.thaindian.com/.../indian-it-exports-to-touch-50-billion-despite-meltdown_100314786.htm) where it is almost to touch 50 billion dollars during its last year,

This was a similar story too, when the government identified Bangalore as Indian IT HUB people started laughing saying what IT that Indians know when they don't have money to eat?
But today The world’s largest software products company Microsoft Corp. wants India to be among its top five revenue generators globally within the next three-five years.while Indian software market grows 18%
today ,
http://www.ft.lk/2011/02/07/india%E2%80%99s-software-exports-seen-up-16-18-in-fy12/

we were looking at what we had those days such as tea and rubber,

change your selfs and look at the future potentials, avoid fighting for a stock just because its coming down by 4 to 5 rupees look at the future, think of the future so that we could beat Malaysia one day,

think of your investment for the future not short time profit, when Malaysians planted oil palms they had to stay for 5 years to gain profit not like tea which had a yield in two ears but still they waited and they won finally while we lost at looking at quick profits,

today we have started IPO business after all and even palm oil sites could be seen in nakiyadeniya areas around galle and two palm oil factories in sri lanka finally,

BPO and software industry is coming up finally in sri lanka with so much of difficulties, and now we can hear the BPO word at-least and Software word finally in some news papers and in some articles

government (ICTA) has been making revolution with time in sri lanka such as bringing in IT industry to the country now
http://www.ft.lk/2011/02/04/live-icta-projects-at-buttala-‘dayata-kirula-2011’/

What i wanted to say is when there was opportunity we never looked at the future like Malaysia and India,
But today the government is setting up or coming up with a vision and that is the tourist industry in Asia and the IT hub in sri lanka,

We know that out of the five hubs, it is the knowledge hub that has progressed the most so far,
(http://www.ft.lk/2010/11/24/sri-lanka-in-forefront-of-development-on-path-to-become-regional-knowledge-hub-icta-ceo/)

The 5 hubs would be

Infrastructure (IT) HUB
tourism/travel HUB
aviation/shipping HUB
finance HUB
Investment HUB (the Colombo stock market)

if you look at the future of our country we should not be fighting towards a stock, or for a variation of a price or a manipulation its all identifying the future potential and the value of a stock and educating each other the value of that share,

Remember Malaysia, Singapore and most of the Asian countries such as even Maldives were behind us, but today we are behind them since we did not identify the value of future demand and growth sectors, its not our fault but there were no people to educate us to look at the future

Today trough this forums we see ideas coming up and people looking at the future and educating us yet we seems to put them down and under estimate, well i don't say to avoid your opinion or your comments but don't take the other person as a manipulator or a betrayer since we have to respect others, people who looked at the future potential won such as japan identifying the value of transportation india the value of
IT Malaysia the value of palm oil, etc.....

We as a country the young generation we should look at the future and invest and not fight or ague due to a slight price change or a poor performance report, let us work as a team as one country one community and let us identify the future potential value stocks may be it could be IT sector Hotel Sector etc.......

when we do fight and put the momentum and the moral down of people they intent to trow there shares for dirt cheap price so that the foreign buyers who see the potential of share grabs it and we as sri lankans lose our profits while they be rich

this what happen to our country we always tried to ague and put some one down look at the politics today a nice example, instead of them working together they keep on arguing finding faults and putting each other to there trash bin

We as sri lankans let us change our attitudes as a community let us identify the value stocks, let manupilators be there and day traders be there we as investors should learn the future value of our shares that we have invested,

Remember TAFL was 17/- six months ago, today 250+ Did any one Identify?
Remember GRAN was 65, glass was 2/- while bfl was 40 when i entered to the market just one year back and today almost all the shares gone up by 10 times and more

at that time no one was there to teach us how to identify a value stock how to identify a good report we just went behind the crowd and invested in greg and dpl but today the community is much educated and much advance, those days we never heard of EPS, we never heard of assets , ratios, trends , growth rates etc,,,,,

but let not this happen to our future investors since they our the people who takes our country to the world and let us be an example to our young investors,

all the best guys
Have a great trading week
Regards,

Just my thought correct me if im wrong,


















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15PCH Future Growth Factors Empty Re: PCH Future Growth Factors Mon Feb 07, 2011 6:36 pm

smallville

smallville
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Associate Director - Equity Analytics
Whatever said and done, there's a potentiality in PCH in a longer run..

30s are a bit high and this can easily dragged on to 20s even..
ur best bet is to collect at a lower end and give it a try for at least 2qtr reports...If they dont perform well qty to qty there's no point in keeping unless u expect to keep it for 2-3yrs..

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