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Re: LWL.N0000 (Lanka Walltiles PLC)

Post by xmart on Mon Aug 01, 2016 4:17 pm

in my view, tile, aluminium and plastic sectors stagnated due to the unbelievable performance over last few quarters and market is waiting for few more quarters to see earning stability.

tile, aluminium and plastic performed well because of low crude oil prices as well as construction boom we experienced.

now, things are changing and market has a fair question regarding future performances of those sectors. if port city comes with mega development plan then those sectors will see its next level. economy is rotating its legs. we should watch out for the directions. some sectors will outperform market in coming year as well.

i bet on food & beverage for sure and watching manufacturing, construction and hotels.

good luck all
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Post by Yin-Yang on Mon Aug 01, 2016 4:42 pm

xmart wrote:.....

now, things are changing and market has a fair question regarding future performances of those sectors. if port city comes with mega development plan then those sectors will see its next level. economy is rotating its legs. we should watch out for the directions. some sectors will outperform market in coming year as well.

i bet on food & beverage for sure and watching manufacturing, construction and hotels.

good luck all

Good thinking
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This is the Yin-Yang theory in action my Friend.
Better think of Growing paddy in rain and sawing millet in drought.


Another lesson is;
You need to keep the 'Chi' energy in balance; otherwise the systems will fail.

For long tern survival of the 'deer' you need healthy 'tigers'. So don't wish non-existence of tigers in sympathy of deer.
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Re: LWL.N0000 (Lanka Walltiles PLC)

Post by xmart on Mon Aug 01, 2016 4:47 pm

Another lesson is;
You need to keep the 'Chi' energy in balance; otherwise the systems will fail.

For long tern survival of the 'deer' you need healthy 'tigers'. So don't wish non-existence of tigers in

it is good to see you YY!
i think i get the message halfway. but i have a doubt about the tigers!
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Re: LWL.N0000 (Lanka Walltiles PLC)

Post by yellow knife on Mon Aug 01, 2016 4:56 pm

Presence of tigers will make Deer run fast and faster.. If there are no tigers deer will be lazy... prepare for any unexpected event....that preparation exercise will make you healthy....

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Re: LWL.N0000 (Lanka Walltiles PLC)

Post by Yin-Yang on Mon Aug 01, 2016 5:09 pm

That's an innovative theory.
That's why we should talk half and let the 'well read' to continue the rest.

+++++++++

It's a proven fact that, in absence of tigers, deer population will increase .....and increase ......and explode.

And, eat will they all grass.

and when the drought comes

no grass will be left

and will die all our deer in hunger and thrust.

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Tiger will control the population which lead to preserve enough grass for survival of deer in hard times.


Tiger is a dear friend of deer in disguise.

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"පුත, දුර බලන්න! ළග නොබලන්න!!"
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Re: LWL.N0000 (Lanka Walltiles PLC)

Post by Jana1 on Tue Aug 02, 2016 4:41 pm

yellow knife wrote:Jana

This is what may have prompted you to exit LWL...

The Tile industry is heavily depending on LP Gas as energy cost account for more than 40% of the industry wide average cost of production

FG is doing analysis on Quarter reports and we are lucky to read these quarter analysis..


I am wondering whether we should move few miles ahead with inclusion of some other ways of predicting performances of companies...

For an example if we can do research with few leading Hardware owners we can see the direction before quarter results get published...

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Yes we are lucky to see Jana back....

Jana I really read and studied  your lengthy articles earlier...hope to see your articles again..

Thanks guys.

Regarding Rubber, I believe the rubber price will be in this region (+/-10% of current price) for next 1-2 years. It can slowly move up. Possibly by 2020 it can reach reasonable price. But can't expect big jump. It is not possible. Investing in plantation company is risky, most likely the price will cum down further.

But, REXP probably reached its peak price. As an investor, that counter must be an exit point. Who knows what speculators think...??

In my understanding, crude price is also adjusted. It will stay in this region for a while before jump up.

YK, your way of selection of stocks is pretty much similar to mine. Over few weeks, I was reading about VONE and planning to step in at reasonable price. I saw your article today, really good one. Vone has much scope and could give better return, especially good bargain. I still didn't read clearly which branch gives them boost, possibly tile sector is the major. This factor needs further study.




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Re: LWL.N0000 (Lanka Walltiles PLC)

Post by HUNTER on Sat Jan 28, 2017 10:57 am

HUNTER wrote:IMO. LWL is good but not undervalued at the moment. By looking at the price and performance trends, we can expect a medium term swing movement between 90/- and 120/-.

Right now, it looks like a down swing, which can bring the price near 90/- towards early April '17.

(My action would be similar to that of Jana1)

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BTW: Notice our 'Librarian' in the thread:

"I would state LWL.N will reach down below 90/- before the end of April 2017"

"And form a bottom between 80/- and 90/-"

"And move up again at least 20% within the year 2017"


Will it ?

(Was just looking at the thread and noticed....)
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Re: LWL.N0000 (Lanka Walltiles PLC)

Post by Backstage on Wed Feb 01, 2017 9:51 am

Lanka Tiles expands its operations to India
January 29, 2017,

To meet the rapidly growing demand for wall and floor tiles in the local market, LANKATILES recently entered into a successful strategic partnership with an Indian tile manufacturer Ambani Vitrified (Pvt.) Ltd.

The successful venture has seen LANKATILES placing a large order with the expectation of releasingmore quantities of 24" x 24" tiles to the market in order to meet the escalating market demand. These tiles will also be complied with the standards imposed by the Sri Lanka Standards Institute and will pertain the SLS mark.

Sharing his views, Mahendra Jayasekera - the Managing Director of Lanka Walltiles PLC and Lanka Tiles PLC said, "We don't want to disappoint our consumers as they have maintained great trust in LANKATILES. Therefore, to keep up with the ever increasing demand we have decided to partner with one of the best tile producers in India. The tiles will be produced in India but they will be sold under our brand name LANKATILES"

Further expressing his views, Mahendra Jayasekara added, "We have stationed a few of our employees at the plant based in Gujarat to ensure that the tiles are produced according to our strict guidelines, specifications and standards."

Lanka Tiles PLC, the pioneer floor tiles manufacturer in Sri Lanka was incorporated in 1984 and delivers a wide array of tiles in alluring colours, textures, designs as well as sizes to suit all needs. The tiles are manufactured under the brand name ‘LANKTATILES’ conforming to ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, SLS and CE standards, and are exported to several countries such as USA, Canada, Japan, Singapore, New Zealand, Australia as well as some of the European countries.

Conversely Ambani Vitrified (Pvt) Ltd.produce an array of digital glazed vitrified tiles. The company operates a modern plant in Morbi, Gujarat.

Accordingly, the key objective of the new venture between LANKATILES and Ambani Vitrified is to bridge the gap between the supply of good quality tiles and the demand for same in the local market and to ensure LANKATILES meets the rapidly growing market demand.
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Re: LWL.N0000 (Lanka Walltiles PLC)

Post by bonbon on Wed Feb 01, 2017 12:54 pm

What is this huge income tax on LWL which has reduced the EPS significantly?

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Re: LWL.N0000 (Lanka Walltiles PLC)

Post by bullstreet on Sat Apr 15, 2017 11:18 pm

its time for some LWL Smile Smile

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Re: LWL.N0000 (Lanka Walltiles PLC)

Post by bonbon on Sun Apr 16, 2017 7:59 pm

Any special reasons? I am holding my LWL quantity for quite sometime.Bit worried why no capital gain. But getting a very good Dividend yield.

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Re: LWL.N0000 (Lanka Walltiles PLC)

Post by sfmr555 on Wed Apr 19, 2017 12:35 am

Hi there,

I lost with LWL. This forum strongly recommended with lots of facts. However I sold & bought CCS @ Rs. 500+  per share, now its 900+ & still holding.

This forum hardly discuss about CCS.
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Re: LWL.N0000 (Lanka Walltiles PLC)

Post by කිත්සිරි ද සිල්වා on Wed Apr 19, 2017 12:53 am

කරුවලට හැමදාම බැන බැන ඉන්නේ නැතුව, එක ලාම්පුවක් වත් පත්තුකරන්න බලමු හෙට ඉදන්වත් !

sfmr555 wrote:Hi there,

I lost with LWL. This forum strongly recommended with lots of facts. However I sold & bought CCS @ Rs. 500+  per share, now its 900+ & still holding.

This forum hardly discuss about CCS.
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Re: LWL.N0000 (Lanka Walltiles PLC)

Post by bonbon on Wed Aug 09, 2017 10:24 pm

The value given by CERA with the repurchase offer for a LWL share is around 134 Smile

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Re: LWL.N0000 (Lanka Walltiles PLC)

Post by yellow knife on Thu Aug 10, 2017 8:56 am

sfmr555 wrote:Hi there,

I lost with LWL. This forum strongly recommended with lots of facts. However I sold & bought CCS @ Rs. 500+  per share, now its 900+ & still holding.

This forum hardly discuss about CCS.


Sorry I was not much active these days. Yet CCS was not neglected in this forum..

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Re: LWL.N0000 (Lanka Walltiles PLC)

Post by jiggysaurus on Thu Aug 10, 2017 9:28 pm

sfmr555 wrote:Hi there,

I lost with LWL. This forum strongly recommended with lots of facts. However I sold & bought CCS @ Rs. 500+  per share, now its 900+ & still holding.

This forum hardly discuss about CCS.

Ayyo what a nasty little forum, putting a gun to your head and making you buy LWL and sell CCS......

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Re: LWL.N0000 (Lanka Walltiles PLC)

Post by bonbon on Fri Aug 11, 2017 8:37 am

No keep both. I have both .Did someone tell here to sell CCS? I didn't see.

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Re: LWL.N0000 (Lanka Walltiles PLC)

Post by CK on Fri Aug 11, 2017 8:48 am

Very Happy  Very Happy
jiggysaurus wrote:
sfmr555 wrote:Hi there,

I lost with LWL. This forum strongly recommended with lots of facts. However I sold & bought CCS @ Rs. 500+  per share, now its 900+ & still holding.

This forum hardly discuss about CCS.

Ayyo what a nasty little forum, putting a gun to your head and making you buy LWL and sell CCS......
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Re: LWL.N0000 (Lanka Walltiles PLC)

Post by pjrngroup on Fri Aug 11, 2017 11:25 am

jiggysaurus wrote:
sfmr555 wrote:Hi there,

I lost with LWL. This forum strongly recommended with lots of facts. However I sold & bought CCS @ Rs. 500+  per share, now its 900+ & still holding.

This forum hardly discuss about CCS.

Ayyo what a nasty little forum, putting a gun to your head and making you buy LWL and sell CCS......

Smile Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

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