Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Shangri-LA Asia LSE:SHA London Ordinary Share BMG8063F1068 ORD HK$1
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +HKD0.00 +0.00% HKD24.85 HKD0.00 HKD0.00 - - - 0 06:40:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 0.00

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20/1/2018
18:43
Very wise hpcg.
hazl
20/1/2018
18:14
Mr. P thinks the Junk bond spread needs to increase - showing investors moving away from risky assets - before the equities market peaks
hosede
20/1/2018
17:33
hazl - I am not bearish, I am cautious that we are seeing plenty of signals that tend to appear at market tops. The index charts are decidedly not bearish at this time. Nor am I suggesting this will end in some sort of apocalyptic 2007 meets 1929 event. I have no idea what will happen and I don't care to predict the future. I have done very nicely since April last year, and very nicely so far this year. I am not minded to throw my gains away through excessive risk taking, moon shots, and over weight positions.
hpcg
20/1/2018
16:37
Swisspaul Thanks - it certainly doesn't happen that much in the UK - e.g at the tip they searched for the missing RAF man. I'm sure today there have to be technologies that remove dioxins etc. which are the probably the worst bi-products of incinerators. Afterburners of some sort maybe with injected oxygen. In a small crowded country such as the UK minimising the volume of waste seems an obvious thing to do
hosede
20/1/2018
13:33
Congrats' Beeks - quite a commitment to take on. Good luck with it.
henryatkin
20/1/2018
13:12
Hazel, New Isa money in the UK at end of March as well. The best cookbooks are normally tatty with food stains. The two most well used in our kitchen are Nigel Slaters' 'Real Cooking'. Filled with great tasting meals, that don't take very long to prep and cook. The Thai Fishcakes are great. Good Housekeeping Step by Step Vegetarian Cookbook is also superb. mf, glad the puppy is on the mend.
bamboo2
20/1/2018
13:08
Can you sell me some dope when you get there Beeks? Ain't much happening on the Surrey borderlands.
mad foetus
20/1/2018
13:03
What impresses me about VRS is not superg's incessant posting but the fact that the CEO owns about 11% of the company. This is unusual in AIM.
volsung
20/1/2018
13:01
On another note, i’ve Just enrolled at uni - Part time MSc in IT Security. All the way in the big smoke for 15 weekends a year so quite the commitment. Can’t wait! Going shopping for beans and pot noodles this afternoon. And i’m trying to talk the wife in to us getting a bookshelf made out of planks and breezeblocks :)
beeks of arabia
20/1/2018
12:59
SuperG on the VRS thread is one of those gifted people who can write pages of stuff without actually saying anything. Also posts in the “I know more than you” mantra which frankly just rubs me up the wrong way! Dangerous to inexperienced investors though, as they give an air of legitimacy. Many on the VRS thread will get burnt, just like on IOF and PRG.
beeks of arabia
20/1/2018
12:40
I AM WITH HENRY..........got to be a first! I still think there's room for further bullishness. Again,though you say you're bearish hpcg,you state you are till 70% in equities. Sometimes what we do, rather than what we think, might be a better guide. Also come February/March won't a lot of tax-money over in the US go into equities? Probably be a bit of a blip at some point of course.
hazl
20/1/2018
12:34
Hope you enjoy Simon the actual recipe is from a book called Love Real Food by Kathryne Taylor. Peanut butter makes the soup really creamy. It is very good.
mad foetus
20/1/2018
12:22
Our two favourite cookbooks both written by Diana Henry: # Crazy Water & Pickled Lemons - Enchanting dishes from the Middle East, Mediterranean & N. Africa # SIMPLE - effortless food, big flavours (NB: also makes a great present as it's such a beautiful book)
skyship
20/1/2018
11:38
Mad, That peanut soups sounds interesting. Cheers! ----- Ptolemy, I've put that cookbook in my Amazon basket and will look on YouTube for some recipes. Thanks! This is a nice slow cooker chickpea tagine recipe: Https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/slow_cooker_chickpea_12414
simon gordon
20/1/2018
10:48
>> Ptolemy - sorry but missed your earlier post about Pitchfork chart so would appreciate how to draw - if too complicated for here will post email?
ttg100
20/1/2018
10:33
Ptolemy - Yes Versarien. I agree with you and wrote that in 75898. Even just the way these things go I think it is very early days for the story to collapse. I'd even consider going long if it bounced from a pull back. I mean I probably won't as I'm too much of a coward. Iofina got to a 250 million pound market cap, so I think that is probably the limit for where PI money alone can take a valuation. Quindell got to a billion but that had substantial institutional backing. VRS will have news flow on progress with the factory in China and there is nothing that dream chasers like more than news. They will likely want to do another raise, though the money from the placing in November means that for now this is optional. If I was management I would definitely do another placing ASAP whilst the market is most receptive. So tactically one could go short to the raise level, then long, then short at the blow off top immediately before the revenue disappointment.
hpcg
19/1/2018
19:02
I was chatting to someone yesterday who told me that he bought Ashtead at sub 10p and still holds them today. He lives in Jersey too, but works full time. Go figure.
mad foetus
19/1/2018
18:29
My Dad sold his Fever-Tree today. I remember APAD saying FEVR represented 20% of his total investments at one point. No wonder he lives in Jersey!!.
essentialinvestor
19/1/2018
18:20
VRS - Out of touch, so excuse, but if you mean Versarien in the UK (it's also a ticker in the USA and Australia, I see) the chart could go higher either immediately or following a correction to support at 70. I reiterate my safe approach to shorting; short the wounded animals, not those running ahead of the pack.
ptolemy
19/1/2018
18:11
Simon, I'm neither vegan nor vegetarian but very conscious of my diet. IMO an outstanding book just recently published is, "Crossroads: Extraordinary Recipes from the Restaurant That Is Reinventing Vegan Cuisine" by Tal Ronnen.
ptolemy
19/1/2018
17:20
hpcg - couldn't agree more, just wish I could short it, neither IG nor Interactive Brokers will let me.
spittingbarrel
19/1/2018
17:09
Blinking spellcheck!Simon, it might sound rank but the best new recipe I've found recently is a west African peanut soup: sweet potato, onion, ginger, garlic and chilli, sweated down, add a load of peanut butter and tomato paste, diluted in veg stock, purée the lot, add a can of drained chickpeas and some shredded greens, cook until greens are tender and serve with a sprinkle of peanuts and coriander. Vegan, healthy, delicious and filling.
mad foetus
19/1/2018
17:01
Anyone got a good recipe or two to share? This is my favourite find from 2017: Prawn and Chorizo Jambalaya Http://www.deliciousmagazine.co.uk/recipes/prawn-and-chorizo-jambalaya/
simon gordon
19/1/2018
16:50
Mad, I'm guessing your dishes are made of china, not China... And I thought you studied English....
ptolemy
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