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21HVA Voluntary Offer - Page 2 Empty Re: HVA Voluntary Offer Wed Dec 02, 2020 7:51 pm

geesura


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@Dilip wrote:The market is becoming dangerous for investors, people will not have trust and might effect the CSE on the long run and will chase away foreign investors too, if companies (HVA) are taken over like this.
foreign holding of this company is 0.71%(472,389).foreign investors with a brain haven't invested in this share.ATM CSE is the best place for investors as well as gamblers. investors will go with banking sector shares which are highly undervalued while gamblers will go with shares like this to earn more within a short period of time.
eg gambling shares:HVA,EMER,IDL,ECL etc.

“Calling someone who trades actively in the market an investor is like calling someone who repeatedly engages in one-night stands a romantic.”

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22HVA Voluntary Offer - Page 2 Empty Re: HVA Voluntary Offer Wed Dec 02, 2020 8:14 pm

Wickyz


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
@Dilip wrote:The market is becoming dangerous for investors, people will not have trust and might effect the CSE on the long run and will chase away foreign investors too, if companies (HVA) are taken over like this at a discounted rate.
yes of course.
day by day foreign's sell and exict by billions

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23HVA Voluntary Offer - Page 2 Empty Re: HVA Voluntary Offer Wed Dec 02, 2020 8:23 pm

Zahara khan


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic
Husband sells to the wife. Wife has a team but husband doesnt have. So lets see how wife's team is going to deal with it. They have a good brand. Thats all at the moment. Reef hotels also belongs to the wife.

24HVA Voluntary Offer - Page 2 Empty Re: HVA Voluntary Offer Wed Dec 02, 2020 8:48 pm

RJ1010


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
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@Zahara khan wrote:Husband sells to the wife. Wife has a team but husband doesnt have. So lets see how wife's team is going to deal with it. They have a good brand. Thats all at the moment. Reef hotels also belongs to the wife.

Husband, wife, wife’s boss all good friends... making merry while the sun shines

25HVA Voluntary Offer - Page 2 Empty Re: HVA Voluntary Offer Thu Dec 03, 2020 9:03 am

samaritan


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Things may not be bad as what most expect, it may even turnout to be good. Furthermore, ANC will not permit acts that dampens investor sentiment at this juncture when the market is on the verge of revival.

Just sharing my thoughts only.

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26HVA Voluntary Offer - Page 2 Empty Re: HVA Voluntary Offer Thu Dec 03, 2020 9:45 am

judecroos


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@samaritan wrote:Things may not be bad as what most expect, it may even turnout to be good. Furthermore, ANC will not permit acts that dampens investor sentiment at this juncture when the market is on the verge of revival.

Just sharing my thoughts only.

HVA Voluntary Offer - Page 2 Images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTFFFUsZbrAQbME0U_jiI_mRYqBhFVHNSPAuw&usqp=CAU
If this will happen according to your thoughts that's good for investors. But remember we live in Sri Lanka and never never keep trust on Sri Lankan dirty, corrupted  politicians.   Smile

27HVA Voluntary Offer - Page 2 Empty Re: HVA Voluntary Offer Thu Dec 03, 2020 9:46 am

shakthi1974


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic
For a successful market all players should exist, such as day traders/traders/investors short/ long or medium. In this case we as participants will loose trust or faith on CSE. Tomorrow this could happen to any Company, whom we invest/trade!!
There’s something for all of us to think in this move! This is my personal view.

28HVA Voluntary Offer - Page 2 Empty Re: HVA Voluntary Offer Thu Dec 03, 2020 10:02 am

kottuwa

kottuwa
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@shakthi1974 wrote:For a successful market all players should exist, such as day traders/traders/investors short/ long or medium. In this case we as participants will loose trust or faith on CSE. Tomorrow this could happen to any Company, whom we invest/trade!!
There’s something for all of us to think in this move! This is my personal view.
100%correct there should be all types of players should exist for the successful  market lie traders,investors,daytraders,GAMBLERS,and people WHO BUY HIGH AND SELL LOW  .
every time cse won't give pleasant experiences even in my portfolio I have SFL(swarnmahal fianance),pchouse,touchwood...like shares which is now valued @0 .

be thankful to GS for paying even 3.5 to a share with negative nav and lossmaking company

29HVA Voluntary Offer - Page 2 Empty Re: HVA Voluntary Offer Thu Dec 03, 2020 10:36 am

Riz123


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic

Hi friends,  don’t take this much serious this is just a voluntary offer, who wish to sell @ that price can sell, others can keep their shares as their wish till get a profit, don’t forget the people who behind this drama, once this share reached to unbelievable high more than rs 80 at that moment the NAV was very low but it went like a rocket,

History can be repeated (D.J meeyak kadanne atha lewa kanna nove) as mentioned by Samaritan take this as positive……..

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30HVA Voluntary Offer - Page 2 Empty Re: HVA Voluntary Offer Thu Dec 03, 2020 1:47 pm

samaritan


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@Riz123 wrote:

Hi friends,  don’t take this much serious this is just a voluntary offer, who wish to sell @ that price can sell, others can keep their shares as their wish till get a profit, don’t forget the people who behind this drama, once this share reached to unbelievable high more than rs 80 at that moment the NAV was very low but it went like a rocket,



History can be repeated (D.J meeyak kadanne atha lewa kanna nove) as mentioned by Samaritan take this as positive……..

Will not rule out the possibility of George Steuarts becoming a listed Company next year.


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31HVA Voluntary Offer - Page 2 Empty Re: HVA Voluntary Offer Thu Dec 03, 2020 6:00 pm

Riz123


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic
@samaritan wrote:
@Riz123 wrote:

Hi friends,  don’t take this much serious this is just a voluntary offer, who wish to sell @ that price can sell, others can keep their shares as their wish till get a profit, don’t forget the people who behind this drama, once this share reached to unbelievable high more than rs 80 at that moment the NAV was very low but it went like a rocket,





History can be repeated (D.J meeyak kadanne atha lewa kanna nove) as mentioned by Samaritan take this as positive……..

Will not rule out the possibility of George Steuarts becoming a listed Company next year.
Our ppl never learn a lesson from the past…. who sold their stocks for 5.50  now in frustration, did you’ll see the way how nicely they collected nearly 3 million shares
That’s what I said early in the morning  that history can be repeated, so who hold this share don’t hurry to get the profit be patient….

32HVA Voluntary Offer - Page 2 Empty Re: HVA Voluntary Offer Fri Dec 04, 2020 1:26 pm

Teller

Teller
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Hva must change their business model , other wise they will dissappear from the market. Example -Dilmah model


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Teller said is said..

33HVA Voluntary Offer - Page 2 Empty Re: HVA Voluntary Offer Fri Dec 04, 2020 2:06 pm

samaritan


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@Teller wrote:Hva must change their business model , other wise they will dissappear from the market. Example -Dilmah model
George Steuarts have the knowhow to do it. Then you can imagine the price levels!


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