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Delisting candidates

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Category: Market Strategies
Forum Name: Our stocks. Buy hold or sell - The help ourselves Board
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Printed Date: 07/Dec/2021 at 3:12pm


Topic: Delisting candidates
Posted By: rohit1889
Subject: Delisting candidates
Date Posted: 05/Mar/2012 at 10:49am
Any delisting candidate worth betting. The way Alfa Laval rewarded its minority shareholders, others may follow:

Honeywell
Elantas Beck
Astrazenca
BOC India
Oracle Financial
Blue Dart
Gillette
Kennametal

All have almost doubled from Dec 31st lows, but is any juice still left?


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Posted By: wiseowl
Date Posted: 06/Mar/2012 at 12:22pm
The dividend payment record of these companies may give an indication if they care for minority shareholders.

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Posted By: gaurav12123
Date Posted: 06/Mar/2012 at 2:12pm
ASTRAZEN PHARMA
ALPHA LAVAL

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Posted By: Kalyan
Date Posted: 06/Mar/2012 at 3:08pm
I think many more in pipeline if parent doesn't to shell more?.

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Posted By: rohit1889
Date Posted: 06/Mar/2012 at 5:24pm
Originally posted by gaurav12123

ASTRAZEN PHARMA
ALPHA LAVAL


Alpha Laval is gone now. Delisting price is 4000 and its ruling at 3900.

Astrazen can be a good bet. There are rumours that delisting price will be around 3200 and its currently ruling @ 2400


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If you're prepared to invest in a company, then you ought to be able to explain why in simple language that a fifth grader could understand, and quickly enough so the fifth grader won't get bored.


Posted By: Orangeboom
Date Posted: 06/Mar/2012 at 6:20pm
One very important delisting share is Rhodia chemicals which was earlier Albright Wilson.
 
It has a very small equity base of about 3.5 crores and the parent owns more than 70 % of the equity.The parent has been acquired by Solvay.
 
The parent has already applied for delisting and the application is pending with SEBI.The delisting price of about Rs 380 is very near the existing market rate.
 
The play here could be an increased delisting price by the parent as the cost of delisting is very small, but this would only be for the very patient investor.
 
Also the company is making losses - even in the last quarter.
 


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Posted By: zhuo1005
Date Posted: 07/Mar/2012 at 4:08pm
Originally posted by Orangeboom

One very important delisting share is Rhodia chemicals which was earlier Albright Wilson.
 
It has a very small equity base of about 3.5 crores and the parent owns more than 70 % of the equity.The parent has been acquired by Solvay.
 
The parent has already applied for delisting and the application is pending with SEBI.The delisting price of about Rs 380 is very near the existing market rate.
 
The play here could be an increased delisting price by the parent as the cost of delisting is very small, but this would only be for the very patient investor.
 
Also the company is making losses - even in the last quarter.
 


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Posted By: JK321
Date Posted: 16/Mar/2012 at 1:23am
Any views on Patni/ India Sec delisting???


Posted By: ameydesai
Date Posted: 23/Oct/2012 at 4:39pm
Subu, Hitesh, Nav, Nazgul, FutureBull, Vivek
What is your take on these foreign owned MNCs as investment avenues ....for e.g. Honeywell, Gillette, P&G, Alfa Laval etc.
And especially your take on De-listing candidates ?

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