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Stock Markets are futuristic in nature

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1Stock Markets are futuristic in nature Empty Stock Markets are futuristic in nature Tue Dec 22, 2020 2:41 pm

samaritan


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To invest in a Company one should consider the future potentials/prospects of a Company. But many of us look at historical earnings to decide on investments. From my experience i would say, look into historical earnings but do not rely solely on that to make an investment decision as Stock Markets are basically futuristic in nature.

I looked at historical earnings and stayed away from Expo at one time and subsequently purchased same paying a premium. Historical records are good to consider but deserves a place in the museum.

Hope this will be a guide to new & old investors. GL


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EBCR (Consol) JuneQ 47 Mn from(179 Mn) & SepQ 215 Mn from (42 Mn). 
Samaritan 
A truly brilliant insight & one lost on most investors. I only look at past performance to see evidence of a turnaround.The above is a good example..I also looked at parent company & noted Q1+Q2 net debt repayments 1.35bn & in previous year 2Bn.So I know turnaround in progress. 

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@Kipling wrote:EBCR (Consol) JuneQ 47 Mn from(179 Mn) & SepQ 215 Mn from (42 Mn). 
Samaritan 
A truly brilliant insight & one lost on most investors. I only look at past performance to see evidence of a turnaround.The above is a good example..I also looked at parent company & noted Q1+Q2 net debt repayments 1.35bn & in previous year 2Bn.So I know turnaround in progress. 
Kipling, i have not done any study on this share. Let me get back to you pl.


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Basic Earnings/(Loss) per Share (Rs.) 82.66 < (13.75) 96.41 < (82.68)

sorry to barge in but EBCR has greatly increased its earnnings. .even i just checked!

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Bakkabwoi


Please DYOR. 
I hate being tagged promoter. Unlike you, Samaritan & a few others some do no research & then blame the person who recommended. 
Please deeply study parent. Then tell me if the market cap should be under 3 Bn. 
We can discuss further in a more secure manner.

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Bakkabwoi

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@Kipling wrote:

Bakkabwoi



Please DYOR. 
I hate being tagged promoter. Unlike you, Samaritan & a few others some do no research & then blame the person who recommended. 
Please deeply study parent. Then tell me if the market cap should be under 3 Bn. 
We can discuss further in a more secure manner.

thats their loss bro !

since the price was settling around 3300 i went and checked their quater reports.. they are simply above amazing!

Total Comprehensive Income for the period 148,139 << 12,660 (1070%) 193,244 << 47,929 (303%)
Basic Earnings per Share (Rs.) 59.35 6.58 78.18 22.14 (COMPANY)
Total Comprehensive Income for the period 216,103<< (12,871) 1779% 260,092 << (199,874) 230%
Basic Earnings/(Loss) per Share (Rs.) 82.66 (13.75) 96.41 (82.68) (CONSOLIDATED)

ALSO 2,457,384 is within the first 20 shareholders which makes 96.91% gives <5 % on public

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Bro Bakkabwoi
Just check Cflb - parent of Ebcr. 
cflb’s Ebcr stake now worth 4 Bn. Cflb MC under 3Bn. 
Thus all other SBUs (listed & unlisted), Land bank (freehold 1.25 acres on Union Place + 1 acre in heart of Fort)*+ cse investments (primarily though not entirely @ COLO) valued end June @ 2Bn - must be having negative worth. 
*Under Accounting Rules Land carried @ cost and as per AR market value 5Bn ++ more than cost end March 2019. 
Please DYOR & arrive at MCof Cflb.

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Hope you will respond to my last post.

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@Kipling wrote:Bro Bakkabwoi
Just check Cflb - parent of Ebcr. 
cflb’s Ebcr stake now worth 4 Bn. Cflb MC under 3Bn. 
Thus all other SBUs (listed & unlisted), Land bank (freehold 1.25 acres on Union Place + 1 acre in heart of Fort)*+ cse investments (primarily though not entirely @ COLO) valued end June @ 2Bn - must be having negative worth. 
*Under Accounting Rules Land carried @ cost and as per AR market value 5Bn ++ more than cost end March 2019. 
Please DYOR & arrive at MCof Cflb.

sorry i didnt seee ur reply.. i m sorry.. lot of these terms i dont understand.. Sad i m pretty new to market..but progressively learning.. i started 4 months back lol..so whatever u said above is greek to me Sad

10Stock Markets are futuristic in nature Empty Re: Stock Markets are futuristic in nature Wed Dec 23, 2020 9:46 pm

Bakkabwoi

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tooo put it in simple terms.. this ebcr split gives a big stake to cflb though its runnng on fumes currently? and could spike up their future earnings via investments is it?

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