With the exercise price this high, the ex-date for the war. is likely to be quite far away..may be 5 years..it is my guesstimate .. need to check... Once the war. is listed, this info would readily available
It is understandable the price will weaken going forward. The split is done to improve their shareholding spread which was approaching max 70%. In order to do that the major stockholders need to dispose some in the market for others to buy and make the market more liquid. I think most holders of this stock is investing in its value so buy price doesnt really matter. Any weakness is an opportunity to buy more. If the stock price move up that is considered a bonus.
Puzzling why the price drops this much..The warrant exercise price is 2.45 while the mother share is just 1.50...so there is no likelihood of dilution by conversion of warrants..It looks like the share is undervalued...unless there is some develeopment that we are not aware of..Any info from you guys would be appreciated
I suspect there is some misunderstanding among some investors about the recent bonus issue... It was 1 bonus share for 2 (two) existing shares and 1 free warrant for 5 shares..So the dilution is less than if it was 1:!. .... Very recently, I saw a brokerage report that said that the bonus was 2 for 1..which was not the case..eventhough the brokerage set a very high target price...For your info guys . ..of what I saw
Hi Starship2, one more reason could be the declined of EPS in latest report QoQ. People are afraid that what happened on glove comoanies happens to plastic manufacturers. Maybe many of them are same group of investors who prefer to invest in cyclical stocks. For cyclical stock, you must learn when to run away. Unless the normal sales / demand is clear, they are very careful to put their money back to this stock.
EPS reduction in Q1 is expected to recover once the raw material cost increase due to Ukraine-Russia war is transferred in Q2. Management is aiming for double digit revenue growth in consecutive 3 years starts from this year.
Feel glove stocks could be linked more to the pandemic and the glove oversupply situation. BPPlas could be linked more to the economic outlook, raw material prices, supply chain contraints etc. May be it could relate more to furniture stocks than glove stocks...in my view.. Also, I feel it has a fairly strong balance sheet..
BPPLAS ROE averaged 11% over the past 13 years. It went up to 21 % in 2021 but came down to 12% in 2022. I would think that it would hover around its past 13 years average in the future. So if there is no change in returns, why would the market price change?
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