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Macau Property Opportunities Fund Limited

0.50 (0.83%)
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Macau Property Opportunities Fund Limited LSE:MPO London Ordinary Share GG00BGDYFV61 ORD USD0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 0.83% 60.75 15,000 16:35:07
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
60.00 61.50 60.50 60.50 60.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Agents & Mgrs 2.72 -19.92 -32.20 - 37.57
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:11:07 AT 7,500 60.50 GBX

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04/5/202310:58Macau Property Opportunities898
05/3/201414:38*** Macau **-

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Posted at 04/5/2023 10:58 by quepassa
-JP Morgan reports that mass market demand/visits had possibly recovered to over 90% of pre-covid levels recently.

-VIP visitors staging an unexpectedly strong recovery

-Rebounding tourism, gaming revenues, economic initiatives will likely now support prices and demand for real estate.

-Many sources are pointing to the beginning of a recovery for the property sector with a incipient rising of the Property Price Index and rising residential rents.

all imo. dyor.

Posted at 01/3/2023 10:56 by quepassa
you clearly want to have a fight.

suggest you have a fight with the angry little man in the mirror.


just try and say something constructive about MPO without constantly criticising everyone else.

go on try it. maybe a new experience for you. It's really not difficult.

Come on - say something interesting about MPO.

Let's hear it

Posted at 23/2/2023 08:30 by quepassa
Share trades at c. 57.5% discount to latest NAV

Share price 56.5p
NAV 133p (declared 17/2/23).

all imo. dyor.

Posted at 01/2/2023 12:41 by livewireplus
.... but it does include the words 'hopeful' & 'possibility' .... .... personally I am hopeful about the possibility of getting all 6 numbers on the National Lottery .... (I'd then happily get a divorce and give up 50% of the winnings :-).... and for MPO I'd be hopeful about the possibility of the share price getting to two-thirds of NAV .... ( I'd then happily sell my holdings :-)
Posted at 01/2/2023 09:52 by quepassa
Well that's certainly the most bullish thing I've read from MPO in a while:-

"The Board welcomes the recent abandonment of the Chinese government's zero-COVID strategy and is hopeful that as the market continues to open that the possibility for significant further disposals will increase."


Posted at 10/1/2023 13:50 by quepassa
Using the September NAV of US$1.65 per share, at today's fx rate of 1.21 that gives a current NAV of some 136p.

Even if Macau property values were to have fallen a little since September (and I don't know if they have), the Discount to NAV is in the order of 60-65%.

Against the re-opening of China, Hong Kong and Macau, the discount of 60-65% versus share price looks grossly overdone - even accounting for the weak HK property market.


Posted at 09/1/2023 05:08 by livewireplus
Yeah, have heard about Mrs. Tina - not much of her trading has gone right recently and she has taken to hanging around across the bridge in Wan Chai wearing a mini-skirt and lots of make-up. For her day job she guts fish in Coloane. However she does use her income to accumulate MPO :-)
Posted at 05/12/2022 13:23 by quepassa
"I know nothing about "feeds" "

Wow. If you are not even familiar with the standard financial term of a "live feed" - you really oughtn't be fiddling around in traded securities.

I guess dummies would place dummy trades.

The BIG PROBLEM with placing dummy trades - is that you DO NOT KNOW if your broker is giving you a good price. You are getting their price - not necessarily the market price.

THAT IS WHY IT IS ESSENTIAL to cross-reference a broker's price with a DIRECT LIVE FEED PRICE from the stock-exchange to make sure you are getting a good price from a broker.

It is clear that if you have never heard of a "live feed" for prices and that you rely purely on dummy trade prices that you really don't understand how prices work.

oh dear.

Posted at 05/12/2022 12:29 by quepassa
my feed is a LIVE direct from the stock exchange as a paying VALIDATED user/subscriber with 100% LIVE prices via ADVFN

you obviously have a delayed feed. It's clear that you are an UNVALIDATED non-paying subscriber and clearly get delayed price feeds.

you can tell who the serious investors/subscribers are when their usernames are highlighted in blue. The masses - like yourself- are looking for a freebie service and don't get live prices. Their usernames are in black.

perhaps you should consider becoming a paying/validated subscriber so you can get live prices.

Posted at 26/8/2022 03:05 by zangdook
No, none of them is perfect, but none that I know fits your description.

The value here lies in the eventual liquidation. In the meantime I'd like the share price as low as possible in case I decide to buy some more. Either that or rise to say 10% discount to NAV, that would be ideal for an early exit. Rising to 50p does me no good.

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