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1 CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Fri Jul 20, 2018 8:01 pm

ruwan326

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Well, if you invested on CTCE it's a dream come true Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
But too late guys , CTCE gonna delisted.

https://cdn.cse.lk/cmt/upload_cse_announcements/1501532078866_.pdf

2 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Sat Jul 21, 2018 6:22 am

Ryan Hudson


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@ruwan326 wrote:Well, if you invested on CTCE it's a dream come true Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
But too late guys , CTCE gonna delisted.

https://cdn.cse.lk/cmt/upload_cse_announcements/1501532078866_.pdf

This was my recommendation to buy CTCE, now too late, but others in that list are CARS, TKYO,N & X , VONE, RIL, VPEL, this is best time to buy in CSE

3 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Sat Jul 21, 2018 6:38 am

glad


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@Ryan Hudson wrote:
@ruwan326 wrote:Well, if you invested on CTCE it's a dream come true Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
But too late guys , CTCE gonna delisted.

https://cdn.cse.lk/cmt/upload_cse_announcements/1501532078866_.pdf

This was my recommendation to buy CTCE, now too late, but others in that list are CARS, TKYO,N & X , VONE, RIL, VPEL, this is best time to buy in CSE
Why these shares? They do not come in to the same 'Public share float' as CTCE.

4 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Sat Jul 21, 2018 6:47 am

Ryan Hudson


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
TKYO N & X - share price is 1 year low due to panic selling and lack of long term vision of CSE shareholders - Recommended BUY

CARS - Potential for revival and ready for long term, this may be the last year you will be able to buy this share below Rs. 200 - Recommended BUY

RIL - NAV Rs. 24  and increasing, Major shareholder of UML, Offer was at Rs. 8, Now trading below Rs. 8 - Recommended BUY

VONE - Major shareholder of SAMP, RCL, LFIN, which are at unreachable prices, if you want to join in success of above Recommended BUY

VPEL - Fixed return share - Very low price - Recommended BUY

5 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Sat Jul 21, 2018 7:15 am

ruwan326

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Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@Ryan Hudson wrote:TKYO N & X - share price is 1 year low due to panic selling and lack of long term vision of CSE shareholders - Recommended BUY

CARS - Potential for revival and ready for long term, this may be the last year you will be able to buy this share below Rs. 200 - Recommended BUY

RIL - NAV Rs. 24  and increasing, Major shareholder of UML, Offer was at Rs. 8, Now trading below Rs. 8 - Recommended BUY

VONE - Major shareholder of SAMP, RCL, LFIN, which are at unreachable prices, if you want to join in success of above Recommended BUY

VPEL - Fixed return share - Very low price - Recommended BUY
You got a point Ryan Wink
But the mentality of retailers is buy when price is going up and sell when price going down Mad Mad Mad

6 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Sun Jul 22, 2018 6:35 am

glad


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@ruwan326 wrote:
@Ryan Hudson wrote:TKYO N & X - share price is 1 year low due to panic selling and lack of long term vision of CSE shareholders - Recommended BUY

CARS - Potential for revival and ready for long term, this may be the last year you will be able to buy this share below Rs. 200 - Recommended BUY

RIL - NAV Rs. 24  and increasing, Major shareholder of UML, Offer was at Rs. 8, Now trading below Rs. 8 - Recommended BUY

VONE - Major shareholder of SAMP, RCL, LFIN, which are at unreachable prices, if you want to join in success of above Recommended BUY

VPEL - Fixed return share - Very low price - Recommended BUY
You got a point Ryan Wink
But the mentality of retailers is buy when price is going up and sell when price going down Mad Mad Mad
I am in this category

7 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Sun Jul 22, 2018 4:13 pm

mark

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Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
it was a Fuck, damn I had 100% of PF of CTCE. good. bye CTCE, you did same as CDIC did to me :-(

8 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Sun Jul 22, 2018 7:14 pm

prabath


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
mark nice to see you

9 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Tue Jul 24, 2018 11:44 am

mark

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@prabath wrote:mark nice to see you

ya logged in after long time :-) :-)

10 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Tue Jul 24, 2018 11:45 am

mark

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Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@prabath wrote:mark nice to see you

ya logged in after long time :-) :-)

11 mark & prabath on Tue Jul 24, 2018 7:37 pm

ruwan326

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@mark wrote:
@prabath wrote:mark nice to see you

ya logged in after long time :-) :-)

I did not see you two in here for last few years.

Good to see senior members coming back Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

12 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Tue Jul 24, 2018 7:50 pm

glad


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@mark wrote:
@prabath wrote:mark nice to see you

ya logged in after long time :-) :-)
Location :Hell...now or before?

13 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Thu Jul 26, 2018 7:27 pm

MRF


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic

14 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Thu Jul 26, 2018 7:35 pm

MRF


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic
This could be a stupid question, I am asking this since I lack knowledge on this subject matter,and new to cse. What happens if a sharholder disagrees to the re purchase price of Rs.1000/= offered by ctce (aia) and would like to retain the said shares ? what happens to his / her shares and the consequences to follow ?

Thanks
MRF

15 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Sat Jul 28, 2018 11:20 pm

MRF


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic
??

16 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Tue Jul 31, 2018 7:28 am

Ryan Hudson


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
If you decline offer, you can have the shares and they will send you share certificate, and with AIA you can enjoy life but you need to have close relationship with AIA Lanka and sometimes visit them and call them to know whats going on. Similarly I have 21 shares of Asiri Central and they declared dividend once after that nothing but I have the certificate and you can sell to your friend or somebody after delisting, bit of a difficult process

17 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Tue Jul 31, 2018 7:50 am

MRF


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic
@Ryan Hudson if you had ctce / have ctce what wpuld you do ? Would you like to share your opinion on it ?

18 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Tue Jul 31, 2018 12:23 pm

Ryan Hudson


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
@MRF I would accept the offer but always need to remember challenge is less treaded path

19 Take the offer and invest in the next in line on Tue Jul 31, 2018 12:29 pm

ruwan326

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@Ryan Hudson wrote:@MRF I would accept the offer but always need to remember challenge is less treaded path
Yup very good offer @ 1000/=

Sell it and invest in the next best in line  Idea

20 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Tue Jul 31, 2018 12:33 pm

glad


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@ruwan326 wrote:
@Ryan Hudson wrote:@MRF I would accept the offer but always need to remember challenge is less treaded path
Yup very good offer @ 1000/=

Sell it and invest in the next best in line  Idea
Pl Suggest any best in line

21 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Tue Jul 31, 2018 12:49 pm

ruwan326

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@glad wrote:
@ruwan326 wrote:
@Ryan Hudson wrote:@MRF I would accept the offer but always need to remember challenge is less treaded path
Yup very good offer @ 1000/=

Sell it and invest in the next best in line  Idea
Pl Suggest any best in line
@glad

Since 2011 you are here in this forum you must be an expert Very Happy

I am planing to invest in HASU, do your own analysis before you pick and invest Wink

22 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Tue Jul 31, 2018 1:26 pm

glad


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@ruwan326 wrote:
@glad wrote:
@ruwan326 wrote:
@Ryan Hudson wrote:@MRF I would accept the offer but always need to remember challenge is less treaded path
Yup very good offer @ 1000/=

Sell it and invest in the next best in line  Idea
Pl Suggest any best in line
@glad

Since 2011 you are here in this forum you must be an expert Very Happy

I am planing to invest in HASU, do your own analysis before you pick and invest Wink
Thanks R.
I also think I am an expert(in losing).
Thought HASU and UAL has already moved up, unless some new news comes out.
Will keep my ears 'up' for any news.

23 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Wed Aug 01, 2018 1:37 pm

DS Wijesinghe


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
HNB Assuarance (HASU)
Amongst all insurance companies, HASU is one of the top, with fantastic performance and with better than bank FD rates of return to the investors.

5 Year Company Performance Summary
2012-2017 5 year CAGR
Gross Written Premium               19%
Net Profit after tax               21%
Earnings per Share               21%
Net Asset Value per Share               15%
Dividend per Share               17%
  Note:- CAGR- Compounded Annual Growth Rate


Example of Investment Rate of Return of an investor who bought in 2013 1st quarter, after XD and sells in April/May 2018 after XD
Purchase 1,000 shares@ 
47/80 per share
Sell@ Rs. 102/- per share
+All Dividends Received
Compounded 5 Year 
Annual Rate of Investment Return to 
the Investor
Assumed Total Purchase 
Cost Rs.49,000/-
Total Rs. 118,000/-       19%

Current Factors in Consideration
1. It appears there will be a minimum of Rs. 10/- Dividend in Feb/Mar 2019 (Refer their latest earnings reports)
2. Allianz seem to be eyeing HNBA General. If that move materializes, that definitely will be at a premium price similar to their buy over of Janashakthi General from JINS.

24 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Wed Aug 01, 2018 2:38 pm

glad


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@DS Wijesinghe wrote:HNB Assuarance (HASU)
Amongst all insurance companies, HASU is one of the top, with fantastic performance and with better than bank FD rates of return to the investors.

5 Year Company Performance Summary






2012-2017 5 year CAGR
Gross Written Premium               19%
Net Profit after tax               21%
Earnings per Share               21%
Net Asset Value per Share               15%
Dividend per Share               17%
  Note:- CAGR- Compounded Annual Growth Rate


Example of Investment Rate of Return of an investor who bought in 2013 1st quarter, after XD and sells in April/May 2018 after XD


Purchase 1,000 shares@ 
47/80 per share
Sell@ Rs. 102/- per share
+All Dividends Received
Compounded 5 Year 
Annual Rate of Investment Return to 
the Investor
Assumed Total Purchase 
Cost Rs.49,000/-
Total Rs. 118,000/-       19%

Current Factors in Consideration
1. It appears there will be a minimum of Rs. 10/- Dividend in Feb/Mar 2019 (Refer their latest earnings reports)
2. Allianz seem to be eyeing HNBA General. If that move materializes, that definitely will be at a premium price similar to their buy over of Janashakthi General from JINS.
Thanks,

25 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Wed Aug 01, 2018 5:12 pm

Agape


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic
What about CINS -Hasnt this share given excellent returns ?

26 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Thu Aug 02, 2018 8:24 pm

DS Wijesinghe


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@Agape wrote:What about CINS -Hasnt this share given excellent returns ?
It has. An investor who bought CINS @ closing price of 2012 and selling after the 2018 Dividends would have earned a Compounded 17% Annual Rate of Return on the investment. Well above the bank FD rates during this perioid

Performance Summary of Ceylinco 2012-2017

201720125 year CAGR
GWPRs. 34.6 BnRs. 22.6 Bn     9%
NP after tax Rs. 11.8 BnRs. 2.1 Bn    41%
EPSRs. 437.06Rs. 74    43%
NAVPSRs. 1428.9Rs. 525    22%
DPSRs. 31.50Rs. 12.50    20%
 Note 1. :- CAGR- Compounded Annual Growth Rate
 Note 2 :- 2017 NP After Tax & EPS are including 
               One Off surplus of Rs. 3.5 Bn 
               
 Example of an Investor buying 1,000 shares in 2012 @ closing price of Rs. 855/90 per share and  Selling after receiving dividends in 2018 @ Rs. 1,750/- per share

Purchase Cost Sales proceeds
+Dividends
Compounded Annual
rate of return on
Investment 
Rs. 855,900/-Rs. 1,867,000/-         17%

Medium to Long Term Considerations

Sri Lanka's insurance penetration is far far below compared to many other countries in Asia and other developed nations. When the industry expands, as a giant in the industry Ceylinco should perform very well and reward their shareholders/investors handsomely in the medium to long term

27 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Wed Aug 08, 2018 7:16 pm

DS Wijesinghe


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@DS Wijesinghe wrote:
@Agape wrote:What about CINS -Hasnt this share given excellent returns ?
It has. An investor who bought CINS @ closing price of 2012 and selling after the 2018 Dividends would have earned a Compounded 17% Annual Rate of Return on the investment. Well above the bank FD rates during this perioid

Performance Summary of Ceylinco 2012-2017

201720125 year CAGR
GWPRs. 34.6 BnRs. 22.6 Bn     9%
NP after tax Rs. 11.8 BnRs. 2.1 Bn    41%
EPSRs. 437.06Rs. 74    43%
NAVPSRs. 1428.9Rs. 525    22%
DPSRs. 31.50Rs. 12.50    20%
 Note 1. :- CAGR- Compounded Annual Growth Rate
 Note 2 :- 2017 NP After Tax & EPS are including 
               One Off surplus of Rs. 3.5 Bn 
               
 Example of an Investor buying 1,000 shares in 2012 @ closing price of Rs. 855/90 per share and  Selling after receiving dividends in 2018 @ Rs. 1,750/- per share

Purchase Cost Sales proceeds
+Dividends
Compounded Annual
rate of return on
Investment 
Rs. 855,900/-Rs. 1,867,000/-         17%

Medium to Long Term Considerations

Sri Lanka's insurance penetration is far far below compared to many other countries in Asia and other developed nations. When the industry expands, as a giant in the industry Ceylinco should perform very well and reward their shareholders/investors handsomely in the medium to long term

Foreign Buying In Ceylinco Insurance, share up by Rs. 247/-

CSE closed higher Wednesday with turnover propped up by block deals as foreign investors bought into Ceylinco Insurance while there was continued foreign selling in John Keells holdings (JKH), brokers said.

The All Share Price Index closed at 6,120.69, up 3.06 points (0.05%) while the more liquid SP SL20 index rose 26.15 points (0.80%) to close at 3,312.53. Turnover was Rs968 million.

Asia Securities said crossings or block deals accounted for 43% of turnover with two crossings each in Ceylinco Insurance and Sampath Bank and one in JKH.

Foreign investors were net buyers of Rs576 million worth of shares, with estimated net foreign buying highest in Ceylinco Insurance, which closed at Rs1,997.80, up Rs247 (14.11%).

Estimated net foreign selling was mainly in JKH which closed at Rs141, up Rs4.50 (3.30%).

28 Not a good option on Wed Aug 08, 2018 8:10 pm

ruwan326

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Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@DS Wijesinghe wrote:
@DS Wijesinghe wrote:
@Agape wrote:What about CINS -Hasnt this share given excellent returns ?
It has. An investor who bought CINS @ closing price of 2012 and selling after the 2018 Dividends would have earned a Compounded 17% Annual Rate of Return on the investment. Well above the bank FD rates during this perioid

Performance Summary of Ceylinco 2012-2017

201720125 year CAGR
GWPRs. 34.6 BnRs. 22.6 Bn     9%
NP after tax Rs. 11.8 BnRs. 2.1 Bn    41%
EPSRs. 437.06Rs. 74    43%
NAVPSRs. 1428.9Rs. 525    22%
DPSRs. 31.50Rs. 12.50    20%
 Note 1. :- CAGR- Compounded Annual Growth Rate
 Note 2 :- 2017 NP After Tax & EPS are including 
               One Off surplus of Rs. 3.5 Bn 
               
 Example of an Investor buying 1,000 shares in 2012 @ closing price of Rs. 855/90 per share and  Selling after receiving dividends in 2018 @ Rs. 1,750/- per share

Purchase Cost Sales proceeds
+Dividends
Compounded Annual
rate of return on
Investment 
Rs. 855,900/-Rs. 1,867,000/-         17%

Medium to Long Term Considerations

Sri Lanka's insurance penetration is far far below compared to many other countries in Asia and other developed nations. When the industry expands, as a giant in the industry Ceylinco should perform very well and reward their shareholders/investors handsomely in the medium to long term

Foreign Buying In Ceylinco Insurance, share up by Rs. 247/-

CSE closed higher Wednesday with turnover propped up by block deals as foreign investors bought into Ceylinco Insurance while there was continued foreign selling in John Keells holdings (JKH), brokers said.

The All Share Price Index closed at 6,120.69, up 3.06 points (0.05%) while the more liquid SP SL20 index rose 26.15 points (0.80%) to close at 3,312.53. Turnover was Rs968 million.

Asia Securities said crossings or block deals accounted for 43% of turnover with two crossings each in Ceylinco Insurance and Sampath Bank and one in JKH.

Foreign investors were net buyers of Rs576 million worth of shares, with estimated net foreign buying highest in Ceylinco Insurance, which closed at Rs1,997.80, up Rs247 (14.11%).

Estimated net foreign selling was mainly in JKH which closed at Rs141, up Rs4.50 (3.30%).

We saw how blue chips fall apart.......... JKH,SAMP etc

So think twice before enter Wink Wink Wink

29 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Thu Aug 09, 2018 12:26 pm

DS Wijesinghe


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@ruwan326 wrote:
@DS Wijesinghe wrote:
@DS Wijesinghe wrote:
@Agape wrote:What about CINS -Hasnt this share given excellent returns ?
It has. An investor who bought CINS @ closing price of 2012 and selling after the 2018 Dividends would have earned a Compounded 17% Annual Rate of Return on the investment. Well above the bank FD rates during this perioid

Performance Summary of Ceylinco 2012-2017













201720125 year CAGR
GWPRs. 34.6 BnRs. 22.6 Bn     9%
NP after tax Rs. 11.8 BnRs. 2.1 Bn    41%
EPSRs. 437.06Rs. 74    43%
NAVPSRs. 1428.9Rs. 525    22%
DPSRs. 31.50Rs. 12.50    20%
 Note 1. :- CAGR- Compounded Annual Growth Rate
 Note 2 :- 2017 NP After Tax & EPS are including 
               One Off surplus of Rs. 3.5 Bn 
               
 Example of an Investor buying 1,000 shares in 2012 @ closing price of Rs. 855/90 per share and  Selling after receiving dividends in 2018 @ Rs. 1,750/- per share





Purchase Cost Sales proceeds
+Dividends
Compounded Annual
rate of return on
Investment 
Rs. 855,900/-Rs. 1,867,000/-         17%

Medium to Long Term Considerations

Sri Lanka's insurance penetration is far far below compared to many other countries in Asia and other developed nations. When the industry expands, as a giant in the industry Ceylinco should perform very well and reward their shareholders/investors handsomely in the medium to long term

Foreign Buying In Ceylinco Insurance, share up by Rs. 247/-

CSE closed higher Wednesday with turnover propped up by block deals as foreign investors bought into Ceylinco Insurance while there was continued foreign selling in John Keells holdings (JKH), brokers said.

The All Share Price Index closed at 6,120.69, up 3.06 points (0.05%) while the more liquid SP SL20 index rose 26.15 points (0.80%) to close at 3,312.53. Turnover was Rs968 million.

Asia Securities said crossings or block deals accounted for 43% of turnover with two crossings each in Ceylinco Insurance and Sampath Bank and one in JKH.

Foreign investors were net buyers of Rs576 million worth of shares, with estimated net foreign buying highest in Ceylinco Insurance, which closed at Rs1,997.80, up Rs247 (14.11%).

Estimated net foreign selling was mainly in JKH which closed at Rs141, up Rs4.50 (3.30%).

We saw how blue chips fall apart.......... JKH,SAMP etc

So think twice before enter Wink Wink Wink

Certainly not a good option for a short term trader/speculator/cheap promoter who is always in a mighty hurry to make a quick buck at the shortest time possible and the most within a quarter. A cheap promoter will buy penny stocks at a price and then try to move the price up by creating artificial hypes and then exit the stock after making quick money.

In other words Ruwan buys penny stocks  @ 4/- or 5/50 and then highly promote the stocks to fellow form members to try and push the prices up and sell them back to other forum members at a higher price and make a quick buck. Other forum members would probably buy at higher prices, the price points which Ruwan will exit.

We all should invest in value stocks when they are under priced in any given market condition.

Also speculators and traders generally tend to make profits during bull markets(when the market is moving up) and not during bear markets(when the market is sluggish or going down)

30 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Thu Aug 09, 2018 2:55 pm

ruwan326

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Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@DS Wijesinghe wrote:
@ruwan326 wrote:
@DS Wijesinghe wrote:
@DS Wijesinghe wrote:
@Agape wrote:What about CINS -Hasnt this share given excellent returns ?
It has. An investor who bought CINS @ closing price of 2012 and selling after the 2018 Dividends would have earned a Compounded 17% Annual Rate of Return on the investment. Well above the bank FD rates during this perioid

Performance Summary of Ceylinco 2012-2017













201720125 year CAGR
GWPRs. 34.6 BnRs. 22.6 Bn     9%
NP after tax Rs. 11.8 BnRs. 2.1 Bn    41%
EPSRs. 437.06Rs. 74    43%
NAVPSRs. 1428.9Rs. 525    22%
DPSRs. 31.50Rs. 12.50    20%
 Note 1. :- CAGR- Compounded Annual Growth Rate
 Note 2 :- 2017 NP After Tax & EPS are including 
               One Off surplus of Rs. 3.5 Bn 
               
 Example of an Investor buying 1,000 shares in 2012 @ closing price of Rs. 855/90 per share and  Selling after receiving dividends in 2018 @ Rs. 1,750/- per share





Purchase Cost Sales proceeds
+Dividends
Compounded Annual
rate of return on
Investment 
Rs. 855,900/-Rs. 1,867,000/-         17%

Medium to Long Term Considerations

Sri Lanka's insurance penetration is far far below compared to many other countries in Asia and other developed nations. When the industry expands, as a giant in the industry Ceylinco should perform very well and reward their shareholders/investors handsomely in the medium to long term

Foreign Buying In Ceylinco Insurance, share up by Rs. 247/-

CSE closed higher Wednesday with turnover propped up by block deals as foreign investors bought into Ceylinco Insurance while there was continued foreign selling in John Keells holdings (JKH), brokers said.

The All Share Price Index closed at 6,120.69, up 3.06 points (0.05%) while the more liquid SP SL20 index rose 26.15 points (0.80%) to close at 3,312.53. Turnover was Rs968 million.

Asia Securities said crossings or block deals accounted for 43% of turnover with two crossings each in Ceylinco Insurance and Sampath Bank and one in JKH.

Foreign investors were net buyers of Rs576 million worth of shares, with estimated net foreign buying highest in Ceylinco Insurance, which closed at Rs1,997.80, up Rs247 (14.11%).

Estimated net foreign selling was mainly in JKH which closed at Rs141, up Rs4.50 (3.30%).

We saw how blue chips fall apart.......... JKH,SAMP etc

So think twice before enter Wink Wink Wink

Certainly not a good option for a short term trader/speculator/cheap promoter who is always in a mighty hurry to make a quick buck at the shortest time possible and the most within a quarter. A cheap promoter will buy penny stocks at a price and then try to move the price up by creating artificial hypes and then exit the stock after making quick money.

In other words Ruwan buys penny stocks  @ 4/- or 5/50 and then highly promote the stocks to fellow form members to try and push the prices up and sell them back to other forum members at a higher price and make a quick buck. Other forum members would probably buy at higher prices, the price points which Ruwan will exit.

We all should invest in value stocks when they are under priced in any given market condition.

Also speculators and traders generally tend to make profits during bull markets(when the market is moving up) and not during bear markets(when the market is sluggish or going down)
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Investing and trading are two very different methods of attempting to profit in the financial markets.

Investing
The goal of investing is to gradually build wealth over an extended period of time through the buying and holding of a portfolio of stocks, baskets of stocks, mutual funds, bonds and other investment instruments. Investors often enhance their profits through compounding, or reinvesting any profits and dividends into additional shares of stock. Investments are often held for a period of years, or even decades, taking advantage of perks like interest, dividends and stock splits along the way.

While markets inevitably fluctuate, investors will "ride out" the downtrends with the expectation that prices will rebound and any losses will eventually be recovered. Investors are typically more concerned with market fundamentals, such as price/earnings ratios and management forecasts.

Trading
Trading, on the other hand, involves the more frequent buying and selling of stock, commodities, currency pairs or other instruments, with the goal of generating returns that outperform buy-and-hold investing. While investors may be content with a 10% to 15% annual return, traders might seek a 10% return each month.

Trading profits are generated through buying at a lower price and selling at a higher price within a relatively short period of time. The reverse is also true: trading profits are made by selling at a higher price and buying to cover at a lower price (known as selling short) to profit in falling markets. Where buy-and-hold investors wait out less profitable positions, traders must make profits (or take losses) within a specified period of time, and often use a protective stop loss order to automatically close out losing positions at a predetermined price level. Traders often employ technical analysis tools, such as moving averages and stochastic oscillators, to find high-probability trading setups.

Trading Styles
A trader's "style" refers to the timeframe or holding period in which stocks, commodities or other trading instruments are bought and sold. Traders generally fall into one of four categories:

Position Trader - positions are held from months to years.
Swing Trader - positions are held from days to weeks.
Day Trader - positions are held throughout the day only with no overnight positions.
Scalp Trader - positions are held for seconds to minutes with no overnight positions.
Traders often choose their trading style based on factors including: account size, amount of time that can be dedicated to trading, level of trading experience, personality and risk tolerance.

Both investors and traders seek profits through market participation. In general, investors seek larger returns over an extended period through buying and holding. Traders, by contrast, take advantage of both rising and falling markets to enter and exit positions over a shorter time frame, taking smaller, more frequent profits.

Well, DS this part is for your consideration:D "Both investors and traders seek profits through market participation" not charity work Wink Wink Wink Wink

31 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Fri Aug 10, 2018 1:17 pm

DS Wijesinghe


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Ruwan I have nothing against speculators and I too started as a trader/speculator when I was just 20. But when you analyse the wealthiest investors in the world like Warren Buffet, Charlie Munger, Benjamin Graham, who started with small capitals, that's not the way they have invested. Their emphasis is on value stock investing irrespective of the market condition but you should know when to take off your money from the table.


A speculator on the other hand try to anticipate the future direction of the stock market and try to make a profit by Timing. They ideally make profits through BUYING or HOLDING when he thinks the market would go up. Example is You who thinks the market would go up so you BUY and/or HOLD.  Similarly a speculator will SELL or DO NOT BUY when he thinks the market is going down. Example is Maharaja who has done a market analysis and predicts the market is going down below 6,000 level and therefore SELL or DO NOT BUY 


No one can forecast accurately the future of a stock market. Not even the best Stock Market analysts. May be a very few will make money by being good stock market analysts by putting  a lot of thinking and analytical skills through their brains.  


But we as average investors, it is absurd to depend on another member of the general public in this forum, to BUY when he says to do so and SELL when he says to do so to make a profit for us. We can never get rich in the long run by doing so. 


Therefore it is important for us to identify value stocks from any market condition and buy them when they are trading undervalued and Sell when the market price moves way above what that stock is really worth

32 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Tue Aug 21, 2018 1:32 pm

MRF


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic
So the news as you may know is that CTCE.N failed to pass one of its resolution that is to repurchase the shares at LKR1000/= . The Co failed to get the required 75percent of votes of the shareholders.


So what happens next any speculations ;P

33 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Tue Aug 21, 2018 1:51 pm

Agape


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Senior Equity Analytic
The trading suspension will need to be lifted\share price will shoot up closer to 1,000 and all who purchased on insider information will sell-that is what will happen next

34 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Tue Aug 21, 2018 2:43 pm

MRF


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic
When will the trading suspension be lifted any idea ?? Or will the Co. Offer a better deal lol ?

35 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Wed Aug 22, 2018 6:30 pm

ruwan326

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@MRF wrote:When will the trading suspension be lifted any idea ?? Or will the Co. Offer a better deal lol ?
Probably next week trading will start santa santa santa santa

36 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Wed Aug 22, 2018 6:56 pm

MRF


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic
Thanks. So no 1000/= or no better deal... as far as I am aware there motive is to by hook or crook get delisted

37 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Wed Aug 22, 2018 7:45 pm

ruwan326

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@MRF wrote:Thanks. So no 1000/= or no better deal... as far as I am aware there motive is to by hook or crook get delisted
Better wait and see, insiders already collected might dump and end of the month near Wink

38 CTCE TRADING on Thu Aug 23, 2018 2:28 pm

lokka1


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
@ruwan326 wrote:
@MRF wrote:Thanks. So no 1000/= or no better deal... as far as I am aware there motive is to by hook or crook get delisted
Better wait and see, insiders already collected might dump and end of the month near Wink
Trading suspension will be lifted by the 28th once the SEC gives approval
Lokka1

39 Re: CTCE share holders get 1000 per share on Thu Aug 23, 2018 2:41 pm

MRF


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic
Really have they released information on it ? Any link ?

40 CTCE TRADING on Thu Aug 30, 2018 12:23 pm

lokka1


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
Good news! SEC gave the approval today. It will start trading tomorrow.
Lokka1

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