TAFL, BFL, NEST, SOY & CCS

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TAFL, BFL, NEST, SOY & CCS

Postby Contra » Sun Jun 25, 2017 3:13 pm

We didn’t see any active trading for above food related stocks during fast two to three months except some sudden rise in trading volume in some days. Although above companies have different business models they have some similarities in their balance sheets.

Which one is more attractive now and which one has more potential in the coming quarters and years? Thanks.
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Re: TAFL, BFL, NEST, SOY & CCS

Postby topcat » Sun Jun 25, 2017 6:13 pm

How about tafl and bfl diversify their operations? Is there any chance for that? Other food related firms trading in higher multiples. But these two are really undervalued. Is it because they only do chicken and risk of failure is high?
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Re: TAFL, BFL, NEST, SOY & CCS

Postby Blue Whale » Sun Jun 25, 2017 6:23 pm

TAFL & BFL no doubt undervalued massively but investor sentiment remains very weak.

CCS went on a massive run for close to 1 and half years but still investor appetite and sentiment looks very high. Even at 850 still there are buyers to collect. The question is why? Once CCS break 1,000 and move on will it ready to settle below 1,000. Can they earn 5Bn profit by year 2020?
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Re: TAFL, BFL, NEST, SOY & CCS

Postby Contra » Tue Jun 27, 2017 3:19 pm

Blue Whale wrote:TAFL & BFL no doubt undervalued massively but investor sentiment remains very weak.

CCS went on a massive run for close to 1 and half years but still investor appetite and sentiment looks very high. Even at 850 still there are buyers to collect. The question is why? Once CCS break 1,000 and move on will it ready to settle below 1,000. Can they earn 5Bn profit by year 2020?


Today there was an above average trading for CCS. Still we don’t see momentum for above stocks.
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Re: TAFL, BFL, NEST, SOY & CCS

Postby Blue Whale » Tue Jun 27, 2017 3:23 pm

CCS is in consolidation phase. It is in a bottom of a short cycle. Whoever has the holding power should buy in small numbers is my advice.
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Re: TAFL, BFL, NEST, SOY & CCS

Postby SHARK » Fri Aug 04, 2017 3:28 pm

some heavy weights should perform well price wise.
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Re: TAFL, BFL, NEST, SOY & CCS

Postby Contra » Sat Aug 12, 2017 2:03 am

SHARK wrote:some heavy weights should perform well price wise.


At different time different stocks will outperform others in this sector too. Which ones will have best balance sheets in the market in the coming quarter and years? If we can find out answer for it, we should become winners. It is time to identify growing FMCG companies as a result of growing tourism and middle class population. What are the other FMCG companies available in the CSE with great potential? Thanks.
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Re: TAFL, BFL, NEST, SOY & CCS

Postby SHARK » Fri Feb 23, 2018 10:12 pm

another old thread unearthed .......
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