@bandara 123 wrote:
sorry for the typing mistake.But still if you have 380,000 shares you can be in top 20 as per the top 20 list as at 31/03/05.
ASI as at 31/12/04 was at 7298. and took a plung due to the presidential elections and as at 31/03/2015 to 6820.34.
That's why I have mentioned most of gains recorded by its subsidiaries were after 31/03/15.
01.AAIC price as at 31/03/15 was Rs132. Yesterday it closed @Rs184. But this is not the end.
02.CRL price as at 31/03/15 was Rs34. levels. Now its trading around Rs52 levels.
( Total value appreciation from the investments in subsidiaries and quated company shares is a massive Rs Rs2,618,239,465 approximately.)I have arrived to this figure purely taken in to account the value gain of shares of subsidiary companies and other equity holding after 31/03/15. (period 31/03/15 to 15/06/15)
If you check the top 20 holding,it has grown by close to 500,000 shares for the 1st Quarter 2015.
Just check the top 20 list. Most of high net worth individuals and top companies are holding to their shares for a considerable time.
01.Melstacorp Limited - 40.0mn shares - Harry jayawardena company
02. W.D.N.H. Perera - 10.284 shares
03.Mr. K. D. A. Perera - 1.1mn shares
04.J B Cocoshell (Pvt) Ltd. - 677,877 shares
05.Ceylon Investments PLC Account No. 1 - 600,000 shares
06.Guardian Fund Management Limited/ The Aitken Spence And Association - 400,000 shares
These blue chip companies and HNWI invested in SCAP anticipating a great future ahead.Infact Mr.W.D.N.H. Perera has increased his stake by 284,000 shares during the march quarter 2015.