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TRUE VALUE OF LANKA ALUMINUM INDUSTRY (LALU)

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Colombo Rider

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It is beyond our thinking how LALU traded between Rs. 16/- to 17.50 after 5 to 1 split recently. Our intention is to educate specially retail sector to enable them to obtain a good return.
 
(1) A. Net profit for 9 months EPS     -   7.41
     B. If we presumed same performance for 
         current quarter             EPS     -   3.99
                           Total                    - 11.40
     C. After the split 11.40/5             -    2.28
     D. Company categorized under material 
          sector with a present PE of Rs. 19.20
    If we take a moderate PE of 17  
                                            - Rs.  2.28 x 17
                       Price Justified  - Rs.  38.76
   The targeted price would be - Rs.   40       
 
(2)       NAV Prior to split is   - Rs. 104.83/5
                         After split   - Rs.     20.9
If we consider certain popular shares traded 5 times the
          NAV price double the NAV - Rs. 41.80
 
 This unfortunate situation above due         to 2 reasons.
 
I.      It started trading when the market was 
        bearish.
II.     This was a test case prior to large splits 
         and Heyles Group and others should
         have ensured good price and ultimately
         affected others in the groups such as 
         Heycarb, Heyles, Diproduct, Fiber etc.
 
          Good luck 
      Stock Wizard

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Jana

Post Sat Feb 27, 2021 4:40 pm by Jana

Colombo Rider wrote:
It is beyond our thinking how LALU traded between Rs. 16/- to 17.50 after 5 to 1 split recently. Our intention is to educate specially retail sector to enable them to obtain a good return.
 
(1) A. Net profit for 9 months EPS     -   7.41
     B. If we presumed same performance for 
         current quarter             EPS     -   3.99
                           Total                    - 11.40
     C. After the split 11.40/5             -    2.28
     D. Company categorized under material 
          sector with a present PE of Rs. 19.20
    If we take a moderate PE of 17  
                                            - Rs.  2.28 x 17
                       Price Justified  - Rs.  38.76
   The targeted price would be - Rs.   40       
 
(2)       NAV Prior to split is   - Rs. 104.83/5
                         After split   - Rs.     20.9
If we consider certain popular shares traded 5 times the
          NAV price double the NAV - Rs. 41.80
 
 This unfortunate situation above due         to 2 reasons.
 
I.      It started trading when the market was 
        bearish.
II.     This was a test case prior to large splits 
         and Heyles Group and others should
         have ensured good price and ultimately
         affected others in the groups such as 
         Heycarb, Heyles, Diproduct, Fiber etc.
 
          Good luck 
      Stock Wizard

Thanks, @ColomboRider ..

anyhow I am waiting to see anyone opposed to your statement.


I always mentioned this stock LALU. LALU should be trading at more than 30/= level .. unfortunately, it trading under 17/= ..

they are the losers who are selling at this price
they are the winners who are buying at this price

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Post Sat Feb 27, 2021 6:56 pm by Trading Jockey

Its soon gonna pick up.. the timing was bad.. but its  matter of time. Its one of the under valued stocks in the market

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Jana

Post Sun Feb 28, 2021 5:10 pm by Jana

Trading Jockey wrote:Its soon gonna pick up.. the timing was bad.. but its  matter of time. Its one of the under valued stocks in the market

but seems like nobody noticed that.. still all are talking about highly heated shares?

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Wolf86

Post Sun Feb 28, 2021 7:32 pm by Wolf86

Don't worry just continue collecting.....

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Post Tue Mar 02, 2021 4:11 pm by Susil Mendis

Excellent Article

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Post Thu Mar 04, 2021 10:03 am by Colombo Rider

It is beyond our thinking how LALU traded between Rs. 16/- to 17.50 after 5 to 1 split recently. Our intention is to educate specially retail sector to enable them to obtain a good return.
 
(1) A. Net profit for 9 months EPS       7.41
     B. If we presumed same performance for 
         current quarter             EPS     -   3.99
                           Total                    - 11.40
     C. After the split 11.40/5             -    2.28
     D. Company categorized under material 
          sector with a present PE of Rs. 19.20
    If we take a moderate PE of 17  
                                            - Rs.  2.28 x 17
                       Price Justified  - Rs.  38.76
   The targeted price would be - Rs.   40       
 
(2)       NAV Prior to split is   - Rs. 104.83/5
                         After split   - Rs.     20.9
If we consider certain popular shares traded 5 times the
          NAV price double the NAV - Rs. 41.80
 
 This unfortunate situation above due         to 2 reasons.
 
I.      It started trading when the market was 
        bearish.
II.     This was a test case prior to large splits 
         and Heyles Group and others should
         have ensured good price and ultimately
         affected others in the groups such as 
         Heycarb, Heyles, Diproduct, Fiber etc.
 
          Good luck 
      Stock Wizard

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Post Thu Mar 04, 2021 12:20 pm by RJ1010

Isn’t this the second time you post this? I see the same note posted by you on 27Feb....

stockie

Post Thu Mar 04, 2021 1:33 pm by stockie

LALU will never go to 40 levels you can pick LALU @ 10 in couple of weeks

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Post Thu Mar 04, 2021 10:26 pm by lakmal

stockie wrote:LALU will never go to 40 levels you can pick LALU @ 10 in couple of we
how you can say it will come to Rs 10.
what is the logic? 
Pls Explain....

Wolf86

Post Thu Mar 04, 2021 10:33 pm by Wolf86

Anything can happen.. Splits spoil the market.. I'm still on buying side.. Should trade 20+

stockie

Post Fri Mar 05, 2021 7:27 am by stockie

lakmal wrote:
stockie wrote:LALU will never go to 40 levels you can pick LALU @ 10 in couple of we
how you can say it will come to Rs 10.
what is the logic? 
Pls Explain....

Wait and see, you should be able to figure this if you check the past 3 months pattern

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Post Fri Mar 05, 2021 9:48 am by Trading Jockey

If some one is trying to convince fundamentally strong stock like Lalu then you figure out. also done check trends and charts for the moment. Hold on to the thought why you bought the stock, I think there is enough data to show the game of CSE these days. 
Hold onn..

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Post Fri Mar 05, 2021 9:56 am by lakmal

stockie wrote:
lakmal wrote:
stockie wrote:LALU will never go to 40 levels you can pick LALU @ 10 in couple of we
how you can say it will come to Rs 10.
what is the logic? 
Pls Explain....

Wait and see, you should be able to figure this if you check the past 3 months pattern


I checked it last 3 months. It was lower  value Rs 80. That mean =80/5 = Rs 16.
how it will be come to Rs 10.

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Post Fri Mar 05, 2021 10:26 am by Trading Jockey

If it goes beyond 10 you buy it at 10. Bcos the import ban and the amount of apartments thats coming up this will post supper / earnings and profit so the valuation will go up

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Post Mon Mar 08, 2021 4:32 pm by Susil Mendis

Contains valuable information

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