GRAN vs TAFL vs BFL - Is history going to repeat again?

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Postby Investor from 1985 » Thu May 18, 2017 12:38 pm

sashimaal wrote:Great stuff Shark, SAS and others in attacking manipulation head-on !

We as a Forum need to have a link with the SEC surveillance Team in informing of these kinds of dirty play. We will see more and more of these for sure.
As this is the #1 Forum in SL for CSE, SEC also should try to tie up with the Forum in minimising manipulation.

Also good write up Contra and Value about the industry !


Dear Shashi,

One member (CSE-SAS) wrote he knew from trust able source about information. can you take this up. we are yet to identify which share was involve for this accusations.
Another member(Chaminda) on RED FLAG thread wrote today, these guys had about 300k qty. he did not mention which share. at least we should know how to protect ourselves from these guys .
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Postby sashimaal » Thu May 18, 2017 12:49 pm

They have written below GRAN. So that is the share.

Let's hope it has changed hands from the ones who were playing dirty. Tech indicators will confirm later.


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sashimaal wrote:Great stuff Shark, SAS and others in attacking manipulation head-on !

We as a Forum need to have a link with the SEC surveillance Team in informing of these kinds of dirty play. We will see more and more of these for sure.
As this is the #1 Forum in SL for CSE, SEC also should try to tie up with the Forum in minimising manipulation.

Also good write up Contra and Value about the industry !


Dear Shashi,

One member (CSE-SAS) wrote he knew from trust able source about information. can you take this up. we are yet to identify which share was involve for this accusations.
Another member(Chaminda) on RED FLAG thread wrote today, these guys had about 300k qty. he did not mention which share. at least we should know how to protect ourselves from these guys .
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Postby Investor from 1985 » Thu May 18, 2017 12:56 pm

Oh GRAN Thanks Shashi, (As of now 165,516 qty @ 67-71, I think I dont have to waste my time.)



sashimaal wrote:They have written below GRAN. So that is the share.

Let's hope it has changed hands from the ones who were playing dirty. Tech indicators will confirm later.


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sashimaal wrote:Great stuff Shark, SAS and others in attacking manipulation head-on !

We as a Forum need to have a link with the SEC surveillance Team in informing of these kinds of dirty play. We will see more and more of these for sure.
As this is the #1 Forum in SL for CSE, SEC also should try to tie up with the Forum in minimising manipulation.

Also good write up Contra and Value about the industry !


Dear Shashi,

One member (CSE-SAS) wrote he knew from trust able source about information. can you take this up. we are yet to identify which share was involve for this accusations.
Another member(Chaminda) on RED FLAG thread wrote today, these guys had about 300k qty. he did not mention which share. at least we should know how to protect ourselves from these guys .
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Re: GRAN vs TAFL vs BFL - Is history going to repeat again?

Postby Blue Whale » Thu May 18, 2017 1:24 pm

Investor from 1985 wrote:Oh GRAN Thanks Shashi, (As of now 165,516 qty @ 67-71, I think I dont have to waste my time.)



sashimaal wrote:They have written below GRAN. So that is the share.

Let's hope it has changed hands from the ones who were playing dirty. Tech indicators will confirm later.


Investor from 1985 wrote:
Dear Shashi,

One member (CSE-SAS) wrote he knew from trust able source about information. can you take this up. we are yet to identify which share was involve for this accusations.
Another member(Chaminda) on RED FLAG thread wrote today, these guys had about 300k qty. he did not mention which share. at least we should know how to protect ourselves from these guys .


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Postby PAT » Thu May 18, 2017 11:04 pm

Value wrote:Shark, it could be possible a manipulation is happening and am sure you won't talk this serious unless you strongly believe or have heard it from reliable sources that such is happening.

Retailers are exiting counters like GRAN and funding the chase behind already highly appreciated counters to take on short term opportunities with the help of ASPI. Sadly it's directly or indirectly encouraged at forums including ours. Our retailers are prone to buy at top.

For me, it's the future potential that matters but not the past earnings, be it profit or loss. In that sense, the future potential of poultry companies at cse is immense. These companies will sure capitalise on the opportunities and deliver.

With this faith I had taken a long term view with the poultry shares and I am looking forward to increase my holdings of one poultry stock that I am in. Manipulators, demoters and panic retailers are helping us get cheap prices. We win by going against the crowd.



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Postby SHARK » Thu May 18, 2017 11:27 pm

Absolutely Value.
We have to step up our efforts to educate this risk, which will boomerang on them sooner.

Prudent approach should be followed. Fundamentally strong with lower PE, lower DE n high dividends yield are sure long term success strategy.

Chasing already appreciated shares come with equally high risk.

So we should be mindful
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Postby Investor from 1985 » Thu May 18, 2017 11:32 pm

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Value wrote:Shark, it could be possible a manipulation is happening and am sure you won't talk this serious unless you strongly believe or have heard it from reliable sources that such is happening.

Retailers are exiting counters like GRAN and funding the chase behind already highly appreciated counters to take on short term opportunities with the help of ASPI. Sadly it's directly or indirectly encouraged at forums including ours. Our retailers are prone to buy at top.

For me, it's the future potential that matters but not the past earnings, be it profit or loss. In that sense, the future potential of poultry companies at cse is immense. These companies will sure capitalise on the opportunities and deliver.

With this faith I had taken a long term view with the poultry shares and I am looking forward to increase my holdings of one poultry stock that I am in. Manipulators, demoters and panic retailers are helping us get cheap prices. We win by going against the crowd.



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Postby Chaminda » Fri May 19, 2017 7:47 am

Above article has written the message in quarterly report again. Old news.

By now they should have got higher quality, lower priced imported maize to their hands, which is actually a blessing in disguise as that is what they always asked for.

Faster import process is what is asked for in future.

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Postby SHARK » Fri May 19, 2017 9:20 am

Chaminda wrote:Above article has written the message in quarterly report again. Old news.

By now they should have got higher quality, lower priced imported maize to their hands, which is actually a blessing in disguise as that is what they always asked for.

Faster import process is what is asked for in future.


Newspaper article removed as same contents were posted elsewhere in the forum, when the quarterly report was out.
so its not necessary to have repeatedly posted here again.

dear members
please ensure same newspaper articles are not posted with long time lapse and duplicate the news in different places.
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Postby SHARK » Fri May 19, 2017 9:31 am

BUYING & SELLING same share with the sole intention to RUN DOWN share price or to manipulate is an OFFENCE that can be prosecuted. TEC is ensuring SEC and CSE to carryout investigation on the recent TRANSACTION TRAIL of GRAN to identify whether any WASH TRADES were carried out with the sole intention to push the price down. We have very good reason to believe that one and connected parties intertwined had been doing this. We have identified the period in which alleged group had been active doing this dirty work. And we expect the TRUTH will be out. As a responsible online forum we will go the distance to bring the culprits to attention of the public and the highest authority.

so that that retailers are kept safe :-w
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Postby Contra » Fri May 19, 2017 4:02 pm

It may or may not repeat the history but at least their share prices will adjust according to the P/E ratio of a strong market and according to the stage of the market. Most probably it should happen during next three months to one year.
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Postby Leopold » Fri May 19, 2017 5:23 pm

These three shares showed some positive movement today. All they need is some big player to come and collect a bunch. Then the very retailers who were selling GRAN at 67-68 in the past few days will jump in to collect even over 80... At last I was fortunate to buy all three at lower prices in the first two days of this week averaged down further...

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Postby Daham » Wed May 31, 2017 6:44 pm

Contra wrote:It may or may not repeat the history but at least their share prices will adjust according to the P/E ratio of a strong market and according to the stage of the market. Most probably it should happen during next three months to one year.


How about BFL Now

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Postby Contra » Wed May 31, 2017 11:56 pm

For anything we have to wait for the bull market but it is one of the great value plays in the market.
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Postby SHARK » Wed May 31, 2017 11:58 pm

if all goes through well in the next qtr couple of qtrs in GRAN i see 95 and 110 to complete its 3rd wave. lets keep an eye on 3 poultry stocks.
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Postby PAT » Wed Jul 12, 2017 10:30 pm

Good volume traded with marginal price appreciation for all 3 .........
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Postby Xmart » Wed Jul 12, 2017 11:54 pm

All three poultry stocks, well I would not like to use that phrase much since these three companies have developed to integrated food processing and value adding companies rather poultry livestock providers.

Anyway, all three are in a good position to give investors a healthy capital and dividend gain in times to come. Timing is the game but patience is virtue.
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Postby StockFlashSL » Thu Jul 13, 2017 7:35 am

I'm seen a MACD Positive divergence in the TAFL Daily Chart.

This is a really bullish trend. All 3 stocks GRAN, TAFL and BFL is showing bullish trend.

This is just the beginning of the trend.
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Postby SHARK » Thu Jul 13, 2017 8:58 am

Good observation.... so we see the price appreciate towards 130 now.... can this now trade above 135
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Postby SHARK » Thu Nov 16, 2017 1:56 am

Its time we start looking at this sector more closely than before.
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Postby PAT » Thu Nov 23, 2017 1:35 am

Poultry producers welcome maize import liberalization; increased production, revenues, exports anticipated

The recent budget proposal to allow feed millers to import maize under a special limited quota to meet the shortfall in the local supply was hailed by poultry producers as a strongly positive measure that will support greater efficiency within the domestic industry, ultimately enabling stronger international competitiveness for Sri Lankan poultry producers in the ensuing year.


As one of the highest revenue generating agricultural industries for the government, Director of Crysbro, Shafeek Samad said that this was a welcome move considering the previous shortage of maize had a crippling effect on the industry, putting not just the poultry farmers in jeopardy but also the local maize farmer because the industries are heavily inter-dependent. Maize accounts for approximately 60% of raw material inputs for the poultry sector. Prior to the recently announced reforms, the sector had been compelled to buy maize at Rs.52 per kilo when it could be sourced at Rs.35 per kilogram (CIF Colombo) when imported.


According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Sri Lanka is forecasted to produce approximately 180,000 MT of maize by the end of the year which is a significantly lower volume compared to the actual requirement of 400,000 MT amounting to a 40% decrease from last year’s yield of 242,000 MT.


"This is an extremely timely intervention by the government and a welcome one at that considering that the disposable income of citizens is increasing and as a result a surge in the demand for chicken can be expected. Before this intervention, the biggest challenge facing our industry was the shortage of maize as well as the available maize being exorbitantly priced making it virtually impossible to be competitive in the international market let alone operate in the local market without hiking the price of end product. Despite this, we had managed to maintain the market price at Rs.420 despite extreme protectionism and so we believe the state has duly rewarded us for being patient and efficient," Shafeek Samad expressed.


The local poultry industry continues to stand as one of the country’s most disciplined, well-organized and consistent tax payers compared to other livestock industries paying approximately Rs. 16 billion a year at Rs.85 per kilo.


With the shortfall in supply rectified, Samad expressed renewed confidence in the ability for Crysbro to tap into new markets overseas while contributing further to the economy to retain its continuous growth momentum, while earning greater foreign exchange and generating increased job opportunities directly and indirectly.


Established in 1972 with just 100 chicks and a vision to become a market leader in terms of quality, freshness and innovation, Crysbro has grown at a steady pace and in the decades since, has emerged as Sri Lanka’s first and most sophisticated, fully vertically integrated poultry producer with operations spanning grand-parent, parent farms, hatcheries, broilers and feed mills. This thriving ‘Farm-to-Fork’ concept has been at the core of our success, and which in turn has provided unprecedented support for numerous stakeholders including direct and indirect employees, out growers, domestic maize farmers, and ultimately, the Sri Lankan consumer.
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Postby Beginner » Thu Nov 23, 2017 1:08 pm

Some interest again in GRAN....

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Postby Profits » Fri Feb 23, 2018 9:46 pm

http://www.economynext.com/Sri_Lanka_ma ... 971-9.html

Sri Lanka maize output to rise 32-pct in 2018 Maha as rains return
Feb 23, 2018 13:02 PM GMT+0530 | 0 Comment(s)

ECONOMYNEXT - Sri Lanka has raised a maize production forecast for the main Maha cultivation season in 2018 to 243,888 metric tonnes with 79 percent of the targeted are being cultivated by January as rains returned.

The department of agriculture said 69,500 hectares of maize had been sowed up to January 2018, up from only 45,245 in December, when only 153,978 metric tonnes of maize was expected.

The 2018 production target is up 32 percent from last year's 163,000 tonnes.

With the usually small Yala minor season output also down last year, poultry feed producers were hit when they were forced by maize at high prices from third parties who had import licenses. The Yala production was only 38,484 metric tonnes.

Direct import licenses with quotas had been given to key feed millers now.

Sri Lanka has protected maize cultivation with import duties and it is not a traded product as a result, and production costs are also higher. (Colombo/Feb23/2018)

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Re: GRAN vs TAFL vs BFL - Is history going to repeat again?

Postby SHARK » Fri Feb 23, 2018 10:00 pm

can we expect a much awaited chicken rally ......
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Postby eco » Sat Feb 24, 2018 8:39 am

Yes. Early sign are shown.......


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