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Post by hello on Thu Feb 21, 2013 5:28 pm

My Advisor said "Still the big share holder holding more than 2 million CIFL shares to sell .. after that it turn back to go up.. So if you can hold buy @ this level and hold it at least you can sell it more than 5/= sin short term(after APRIL)" ... So CIFL good @ 3.50 ..

and he said TWOD will trade @ 5/= level ..then it will recover ..so wait to buy @ 5/=...I am waiting to buy TWOD @ 5/=...

I don't bother about their reports or performance,.. so many stocks negative NAV in the CSE but trading welll..Eg.TFC..HUEJ..

What do you thing guys...


Last edited by hello on Thu Feb 21, 2013 5:33 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : forget to mention the stock name)

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Re: CIFL , TWOD will recover...

Post by Jana1 on Thu Feb 21, 2013 5:54 pm

hello wrote:My Advisor said "Still the big share holder holding more than 2 million CIFL shares to sell .. after that it turn back to go up.. So if you can hold buy @ this level and hold it at least you can sell it more than 5/= sin short term(after APRIL)" ... So CIFL good @ 3.50 ..

and he said TWOD will trade @ 5/= level ..then it will recover ..so wait to buy @ 5/=...I am waiting to buy TWOD @ 5/=...

I don't bother about their reports or performance,.. so many stocks negative NAV in the CSE but trading welll..Eg.TFC..HUEJ..

What do you thing guys...

I don't bother about their reports or performance,.. so many stocks negative NAV in the CSE but trading welll..Eg.TFC..HUEJ..

Not a good one. Go and study about Vanik incorporation. You will get better idea and make sure you sleep well at nite...

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Re: CIFL , TWOD will recover...

Post by hello on Thu Feb 21, 2013 6:11 pm

Jana1 wrote:
hello wrote:My Advisor said "Still the big share holder holding more than 2 million CIFL shares to sell .. after that it turn back to go up.. So if you can hold buy @ this level and hold it at least you can sell it more than 5/= sin short term(after APRIL)" ... So CIFL good @ 3.50 ..

and he said TWOD will trade @ 5/= level ..then it will recover ..so wait to buy @ 5/=...I am waiting to buy TWOD @ 5/=...

I don't bother about their reports or performance,.. so many stocks negative NAV in the CSE but trading welll..Eg.TFC..HUEJ..

What do you thing guys...

I don't bother about their reports or performance,.. so many stocks negative NAV in the CSE but trading welll..Eg.TFC..HUEJ..

Not a good one. Go and study about Vanik incorporation. You will get better idea and make sure you sleep well at nite...

I know about Vanik .. I don't mean that .. I don't bother about their reports and performance means only for CIFL..because I can understand CIFL is under speculation some time.. So may be we can expect another run from it .. So if I buy 3.50 sell it 5/= exit permanently.. I thing as my advisor said this is the lowest level for CIFL... So its good..

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Re: CIFL , TWOD will recover...

Post by Redbulls on Thu Feb 21, 2013 6:16 pm

@hello
Seems to be you asked for the opinion and the same time you had the answer in your mind.
Keep it up.

hello wrote:
Jana1 wrote:
hello wrote:My Advisor said "Still the big share holder holding more than 2 million CIFL shares to sell .. after that it turn back to go up.. So if you can hold buy @ this level and hold it at least you can sell it more than 5/= sin short term(after APRIL)" ... So CIFL good @ 3.50 ..

and he said TWOD will trade @ 5/= level ..then it will recover ..so wait to buy @ 5/=...I am waiting to buy TWOD @ 5/=...

I don't bother about their reports or performance,.. so many stocks negative NAV in the CSE but trading welll..Eg.TFC..HUEJ..

What do you thing guys...

I don't bother about their reports or performance,.. so many stocks negative NAV in the CSE but trading welll..Eg.TFC..HUEJ..

Not a good one. Go and study about Vanik incorporation. You will get better idea and make sure you sleep well at nite...

I know about Vanik .. I don't mean that .. I don't bother about their reports and performance means only for CIFL..because I can understand CIFL is under speculation some time.. So may be we can expect another run from it .. So if I buy 3.50 sell it 5/= exit permanently.. I thing as my advisor said this is the lowest level for CIFL... So its good..

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Re: CIFL , TWOD will recover...

Post by Slequity on Thu Feb 21, 2013 6:17 pm

I have expressed my vies on this many times.

All I can say is if one knows when to enter and exit, CIFL can be a good pick for short term as it is highly speculative.

For long term, don;t keeps your hopes up until we see a clear recovery plan by CIFL. As it would hurt holders , I would stop here and not talk about their reputation ( what we heard from the forum itself).

Like PCH , TWOD they have much to do.

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Re: CIFL , TWOD will recover...

Post by hunter on Fri Feb 22, 2013 9:17 am

Not only TWOD, valid for anything:

when we buy, should have two target levels to exit, one above the buy and the other below.

And with the experience, develop courage to stick to those plans.

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Re: CIFL , TWOD will recover...

Post by Slequity on Fri Feb 22, 2013 9:21 am


Well time/holding is another factor to keep in mind.

If you also an investor your holding times and targets will be different from a traders.

That why I say don;t go long term with certain shares unless you trust their management and recovery plans.



hunter wrote:Not only TWOD, valid for anything:

when we buy, should have two target levels to exit, one above the buy and the other below.

And with the experience, develop courage to stick to that exit plans.

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Re: CIFL , TWOD will recover...

Post by K&M on Fri Feb 22, 2013 11:12 am

Just for the curiosity. why do you'l say that touchwood is not worth? i heard many stories that investors are not getting their returns back in this forum. Is their any evidence that the company is struggling??

Please can anyone explain the risk associated by investing in it?

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Re: CIFL , TWOD will recover...

Post by Slequity on Fri Feb 22, 2013 11:21 am

Well have discussed this 10 times over. Pl search forum topics.

If TOWD can solve their cash issues, and improve management and risk , it iwll be a very good co mpany, Right now TWOd has some issues. The current price is very attractive but bear can make it go down more if there is any bad news.

There is a major difference in short term play in bear market and bull market.



K&M wrote:Just for the curiosity. why do you'l say that touchwood is not worth? i heard many stories that investors are not getting their returns back in this forum. Is their any evidence that the company is struggling??

Please can anyone explain the risk associated by investing in it?

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Re: CIFL , TWOD will recover...

Post by hello on Fri Feb 22, 2013 2:20 pm

As my Advisor says... CIFL stable @ 3.50 ... TWOD going to 5/= ...
So CIFL good to buy @ 3.50
TWOD good to buy @ 5/= or 4.80 level...

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Re: CIFL , TWOD will recover...

Post by K&M on Fri Feb 22, 2013 2:43 pm

Assume twod is struggling with its cash and management (still they made good profits this quarter) i don't see any reason whatsoever for share price to drop 40 % in a weeks. its understandable if TWOD is declaring for bankruptcy but that not the case.

I get the feeling that someone is pushing down this share and buying at low price. after all this is CSE,a renowned mafia organisations. At some point we will see less people in the selling side, and the share skyrocketing.

what do you'l think?

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Re: CIFL , TWOD will recover...

Post by Dr_CSE on Fri Feb 22, 2013 6:09 pm

K&M wrote:I get the feeling that someone is pushing down this share and buying at low price. after all this is CSE,a renowned mafia organisations. At some point we will see less people in the selling side, and the share skyrocketing.

what do you'l think?
My feeling about TWOD is that it' s been collected by someone. If you compare the price depreciation of TWOD with other companies with negative EPS , high PER, low NAVPS, it has lost its value massively. Not only TWOD someother shares like REEF.19, LOFC, PCH have been dragged down. For me TWOD is the most beaten down out of all penny stocks.

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Re: CIFL , TWOD will recover...

Post by Slequity on Fri Feb 22, 2013 6:17 pm

Now TWOD is a penny stock. Once it was in the 100s , then 60s then 30s!


Yes certain cheap stocks are reducing at rapid rate,



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K&M wrote:I get the feeling that someone is pushing down this share and buying at low price. after all this is CSE,a renowned mafia organisations. At some point we will see less people in the selling side, and the share skyrocketing.

what do you'l think?
My feeling about TWOD is that it' s been collected by someone. If you compare the price depreciation of TWOD with other companies with negative EPS , high PER, low NAVPS, it has lost its value massively. Not only TWOD someother shares like REEF.19, LOFC, PCH have been dragged down. For me TWOD is the most beaten down out of all penny stocks.

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Re: CIFL , TWOD will recover...

Post by K&M on Fri Mar 01, 2013 10:02 am

Look what is happening to the share now, i guess we were right in predicting it.

Any estimation on how far it could go?

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