latlutsince bjcorp just started the Vietnam lottery business, why don't we give it some time. the share price will go up eventually if the business is good.
ignissimiakahhoeng, I understand what you are saying. No, I have been neither conservative nor over-optimistic, and I have only interpreted the info as given in the news and made projections purely based on that alone. I have not tried to second guess whether the reported info is accurate or not because that would be a bit reproachful. I have inserted enough caveats in my posting so readers would have understood that the projections are not to be taken rigidly. But I have not pretended to show that I know how to temper the projections to better reflect what would be a more realistic set of figures to account for all the disparities between the plural terminals' performances. That can be done when more info comes to light.
EddysurgeBjc have how many staff & employees that contribute to the share price?
EddysurgeI remembered icon said bjc is working for bank ,not for shareholder.is it truth?
ignissimiaLotto NZ has been running for over 27 years. Today they operate a retail network of 1360 lottery outlets offering several computerised lottery games. You can buy tickets at the outlets or online. Turnover is about NZD1 billion a year with NZD200+ profits. NZ has a population of about 4.5 million. The Lotto Powerball and Strike contribute more than 60% of the total turnover indicating 1 or 2 games will always be especially popular. Read following to understand an established lottery business.