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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » CORPORATE CHRONICLE™ » advice from valuepack and teller

advice from valuepack and teller

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abcd123
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1advice from valuepack and teller Empty advice from valuepack and teller Sat Dec 12, 2015 11:42 pm

abcd123


Stock Analytic
Stock Analytic

Hi 
Valuepack and teller please advice us to what shares have to buy,how to act to da market

2advice from valuepack and teller Empty Re: advice from valuepack and teller Sun Dec 13, 2015 9:12 pm

Teller

Teller
Moderator
Moderator

Thx, i went a long journey around the globe. Lets get ready for the next year. I can see lot of attractive counters in CSE. There is a big fund manager to invest in Cse with in 2-3 weeks. GL

3advice from valuepack and teller Empty Re: advice from valuepack and teller Mon Dec 14, 2015 10:09 am

abcd123


Stock Analytic
Stock Analytic

Is there any counter i can buy in curent situation?? 
But i made losses on LIOC,AAIC,CFT,ALPH
Is there any counter which make my portfolio to profitable??

Thank you for ur valuable advice

4advice from valuepack and teller Empty Re: advice from valuepack and teller Mon Dec 14, 2015 10:58 am

EquityChamp

EquityChamp
Moderator
Moderator

abcd123 wrote:Is there any counter i can buy in curent situation?? 
But i made losses on LIOC,AAIC,CFT,ALPH
Is there any counter which make my portfolio to profitable??

Thank you for ur valuable advice

If you can state the time horizen then we will be able to give some light. very short term, couple of quarters, or one to two years, etc.

5advice from valuepack and teller Empty Re: advice from valuepack and teller Mon Dec 14, 2015 3:01 pm

abcd123


Stock Analytic
Stock Analytic

Lolc, aaic,cft those are I bought this year,
Alhp last year whn it around rs 8
In my portfoilo all da couters are in loss
Plc -bought @26.5
Ubc 26
Softlogic holding @ipo
Malwatte plantation around 2012 @120 (before spilt)
 Ael@26
Hdfc @74
Citk @3.6
Hva@9
Jkh w@37 etc...
Um investing trading in the market from2011 but I could not make a profi
Only I made profit in singer finance ipo,lgl ipo and make on ubc ipo,softlogic ipo,expolanka ipo,beru ipo.

6advice from valuepack and teller Empty Re: advice from valuepack and teller Mon Dec 14, 2015 3:02 pm

abcd123


Stock Analytic
Stock Analytic

Make losses on ubc,beru,expo,softlogic ipo

7advice from valuepack and teller Empty Re: advice from valuepack and teller Mon Dec 14, 2015 3:08 pm

dimuthubasd


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic

Mr EC what about couple of month time horizon (lets say that end of February 2016) after average gran and bfl I got 60k as buying power left but hope for only one type of share. Pls give a opinion. What about lhcl

8advice from valuepack and teller Empty Re: advice from valuepack and teller Tue Dec 15, 2015 12:33 am

Teller

Teller
Moderator
Moderator

Lhcl is not bad at all to grab at 60/- levels. LHCL,s my personal valuation stands around 72/- per share. You can further refer my LHCL posts in past

9advice from valuepack and teller Empty Re: advice from valuepack and teller Tue Dec 15, 2015 3:21 pm

Madu@1


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics

Teller wrote:Lhcl is not bad at all to grab at 60/- levels. LHCL,s my personal valuation stands around 72/- per share. You can further refer my LHCL posts in past

Hi Teller

Any comments on BLI & SFL.......

10advice from valuepack and teller Empty Re: advice from valuepack and teller Thu Dec 17, 2015 6:19 am

VALUEPICK

VALUEPICK
Expert
Expert

Capital system= stock market = Opportunity
Capital system cum communist system= Opportunity
 
End of the capital system= end of stock market.
 
We cannot expect end of the capital system. Even China is following capital system now and they have some of the largest listed companies in the world. In communist countries we find lot of capitalists having big businesses now.
 
Try to select the most attractive stocks in the market and have a study on them specially their strong bases before buying them. Value investors will buy stocks on the basis of great value.
 
Do not rush to buy and sell stocks. We can find unbelievable value stocks in the market now and some are massively undervalued.
 
Remember there were all types of speculations in so many countries. Those speculations on different types of crises made intelligent investors very rich.  
 
End of purchasing bond programmes
Credit and banking crisis
Sub-prime crisis
Balance of payments crisis
Downgraded by IMF and other agencies on some countries and region time to time
Euro crisis
Short term rupee and gold crisis in India
Greek crisis (It made some stock and bond investors very rich)
The latest one was Fed’s interest rate
Full of economic and political crises in some frontier and emerging markets  
 
Still intelligent investors had great opportunity and still they are going to have some great opportunity.

11advice from valuepack and teller Empty Re: advice from valuepack and teller Fri Dec 18, 2015 11:47 am

VALUEPICK

VALUEPICK
Expert
Expert

abcd123 wrote:Lolc, aaic,cft those are I bought this year,
Alhp last year whn it around rs 8
In my portfoilo all da couters are in loss
Plc -bought @26.5
Ubc 26
Softlogic holding @ipo
Malwatte plantation around 2012 @120 (before spilt)
 Ael@26
Hdfc @74
Citk @3.6
Hva@9
Jkh w@37 etc...
Um investing trading in the market from2011 but I could not make a profi
Only I made profit in singer finance ipo,lgl ipo and make on ubc ipo,softlogic ipo,expolanka ipo,beru ipo.
In a strong bull market all of your stocks can go up. Most of above stocks traded at very low levels before their uptrend. After their strong rally, they had correction or pullback. Average investors should pay attention to value and should buy at a reasonable price. Everybody make mistakes in the market.
 
Study as much as possible. Experienced traders and investors have edge (advantage) over others. When you buy warrants, you have to have idea about correlation between main stock and warrants. They have more volatility. You have selected stocks in different areas. I suggest you to pick stocks (businesses) that you can understand. For example if you know some idea about Keel foods (KFP) you can buy their shares before others. It traded below Rs.80 and now it is trading around Rs.200/-.
 
Stocks such as BOGA, ASCOT and RGEM are ideal for momentum traders.
 
Study demand for their products and services, cost of production and coming outlook etc. Some of you stocks such as Softlogic, UBC, AEL, LOLC, CFT, HVA, PLC and HDFC can have strong momentum rally suddenly.  Take advantage from momentum rally in the future. You can make profit from Malwatte in a plantation rally. There will be day for plantation rally especially for tea stocks. We have to wait patiently for this.
 
In markets there will be day for everybody such as momentum traders, technical traders and value investors etc.

12advice from valuepack and teller Empty Re: advice from valuepack and teller Fri Dec 18, 2015 11:48 am

VALUEPICK

VALUEPICK
Expert
Expert

13advice from valuepack and teller Empty Re: advice from valuepack and teller Fri Dec 18, 2015 3:30 pm

abcd123


Stock Analytic
Stock Analytic

Thank you Mr.valuepack for you valuevable advice.its nice to see u at forum after long time,i normally read all the article of ur's mr teller's

Thnx for gerat advice

14advice from valuepack and teller Empty Re: advice from valuepack and teller Fri Dec 18, 2015 5:15 pm

Teller

Teller
Moderator
Moderator

@abcd,welcome you sir.

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