SJVN Ltd (Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam Ltd) IPO Message Board (Page 2)

Mahatma FIIs
911. Mahatma FIIs |   Link | Jun 10, 2010 12:42:48 PM
Ipo market only for those investor who want to join lakpati club, but first he should be carorpati, ha ha ha how folish investors in india.
910. B.D |   Link | Jun 10, 2010 10:10:32 AM
Cong. Govt. Kay karnamay, bhopal gas kand kay adarson ko desh say bhagnay may madat(arjun shing govt.), atank vadio ke phile rokna jissay unko saja na milay (state and central govt.), NHPC ipo may public ko lootna, swis bank may paisa jama karna, mahgai, petrol ka rate badana. Desh ke janta ha ha ha.
909. Mohan |   Link | Jun 7, 2010 12:41:53 PM
Indian govt. Nay NHPC may public ko jaisay loota,thaga hi,ussay tho Babar,and Nadirshah bhi sarma jay.
908. T.C |   Link | Jun 6, 2010 6:34:44 PM
25% holding kay chakar may govt. 35000 tak sensex ko kichay gi,koi bhi psu laylo dabull ho jayga.
907. Baaaaaap |   Link | Jun 5, 2010 8:19:16 PM
Public ko chinta karnay ke jarorat nahi hi,kiyki market rate chahay 5000 ho chahay 100 rs. Ho fpo face value 10 rs. Pay hi public ko diya jayga.
906. King |   Link | Jun 5, 2010 8:13:28 PM
My dear indian govt. When your all earliar psu ipo/fpo already failed, and thay are trade much below price (nhpc) ,why indian public will apply you 2 lakh carors ipo/fpo (25% holding rules).
905. Mayank |   Link | Jun 5, 2010 8:04:48 PM
NHPC like psu Gober, and all psu will koda if 25% holding compalsary.
904. manooj |   Link | Jun 4, 2010 12:22:26 PM
mr. r.k paal you are 100% right in bjp govt. period when oil rate was 140 doller than petrol price 51 rs. ,and in conj. govt. period when oil price 70 doller petrol is 55 rs. it is swis bank kamaal.
r.k paal
903. r.k paal |   Link | Jun 4, 2010 9:19:49 AM
Cong. govt. kay sasan kaal may mahgai,coreption,ipo loot (nhpc),petrol price,swis bank, apnay charm pay hi,pascim bangal may muh ke kahnay kay baad poray desh may cong. ki haar paki hi,jald hi ram rajay anay wala hi (bjp) ,jismay petrol 40 rs leter bikay ga,ipo loot kay liyay jimmaydar logo ko phasi day di jaygi ,mahgai kam kar di jaygi swis bank say desh ka paisa wapas upnay desh laya jayga.
902. G.T |   Link | Jun 3, 2010 3:51:04 PM
Nhpc , tumnay jistarah say bharat ke janta ko loota hi, ussay Babar and Mahmood gajnavi bhi sarma jay,govt. Duvara public ko lootnay ke yah sabsay sarmnaak gathna hi.
901. ds |   Link | Jun 3, 2010 2:59:10 PM
dear friends be carefull
govt' co's md 's of nhpc and sjvn is planning to wipe out all profits from the company and than they will take downwards the rate of of these shares to with adjusted the lower eps

this process will take 5 to 6 years at such time the rate could come upto 5to6 for nhpc and 4 to 5 for sjvn

this process will be done to accumulate shares at 4 to 5 rs
they will make stable these rates for 8 to 9 years

so my advise is clearly is to sell both hydro power shares at currently if any one to buy it to buy at lower levels at rs 7 to 8 rs

900. Mohit |   Link | Jun 3, 2010 12:17:21 PM
Sjvnl will come down upto 75 paisa and trade 10 years in same range.
Ravi, Bangalore
899. Ravi, Bangalore |   Link | May 31, 2010 9:06:58 PM

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898. r.ram |   Link | May 31, 2010 9:48:57 AM
Buy Power Grid corporation, target 180 ,cancelled fpo ,divident 12.5% ,fantastic resut ,fiis are incrising ther holding ,lic,sbi also buying large quntity,
H jatana
897. H jatana |   Link | May 29, 2010 12:28:01 PM
better not to invest in SJVNL and NHPC, as there are many better options available, which can give better return like L &T, REC, etc
896. hihihi |   Link | May 28, 2010 7:21:19 PM
Ppl should move out of sjvn at around 25 and switch to NHPC because :-

1. There is no capacity addition planned for sjvn till 2013 (assuming no delays which is an abberation because their current project is already behind schedule) while NHPC will add close to 1500 MW till that time.So NO GROWTH of revenues and profits for 3 years.

2. NHPC is planning to invest its surplus funds in Mutual funds through LIC and SBI. That can improve the ROI of the company.

3. NHPC dividend already announced (Rs. 0.55 per share). IT can cover some of the losses of SJVN.

4. Tulsian has told to sell NHPC and buy SJVN. :)

I have hodings in NHPC . I sold SJVN on listing day at 25.95 and invested in NHPC. Criticism and comments are welcome. We need to help each other so all can make some money....
Tarun Mittal
895. Tarun Mittal |   Link | May 28, 2010 1:02:53 PM
896.HI Ravi,
SJVN seems to be low beta stock, it is not moving in either direction very fast and the volume are very low. It's fair price may be high but it is not likely to go in either direction very fast. I thinik it is good investment but not a great investment. It seems to be like a good FD and not like a good stock.

I request your comments.
894. moneyguru |   Link | May 27, 2010 11:39:26 PM
sure shot this issue is a hit ..

will touch 140 first day and then 185 next day..

Ravi, Bangalore
893. Ravi, Bangalore |   Link | May 27, 2010 8:55:31 PM
SJVN 24- Target 23.9, 22.95, 21.85 or even below 20.8.

As long as it trades below 25.40, it is bearish.

When it crosses 25.40, it becomes bullish & reach 27.10.

Fundamentally, fair value seen at Rs.38.
892. Vik |   Link | May 27, 2010 3:36:29 PM
Will SJVN go above 30 in next 6 months???