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    A string if IPO's r in the offing, which is a good buy? the last three are below it's launch price, any investors out there pls advise?

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    keep yr money is the best, all these IPO are wasting time and money

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    Quote Originally Posted by Astin
    keep yr money is the best, all these IPO are wasting time and money
    wonder whether is it $ thats making the world go round or greed? I don't seem to be getting enought of this vitamin M ($).

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    using trend analysis, if the last three ipos are trading 'under water' on first trading day, the logical conclusion is that the trend will likely to continue.
    Last edited by reachme2003; 27th August 2005 at 03:27 PM.

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    i cannot agree with your statement that all IPOs are wasting time and money. especially money.

    Quote Originally Posted by Astin
    keep yr money is the best, all these IPO are wasting time and money

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    Quote Originally Posted by reachme2003
    i cannot agree with your statement that all IPOs are wasting time and money. especially money.
    Then u put yr money to the next IPO, bullshit walks, money talks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Astin
    Then u put yr money to the next IPO, bullshit walks, money talks.
    ur statement a bit too strong larr ... if you tried your luck with google's IPO, or baidu.com ...

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    there is one new counter akan datang, gota something to do with REITs, they can still have some upside potential gains even though REITs are getting too commonplace...

    Quote Originally Posted by kenele
    A string if IPO's r in the offing, which is a good buy? the last three are below it's launch price, any investors out there pls advise?

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    thnxs, whats yr feeling abt the more recent ones like the ABF? or the AA?

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    Got extra can play play abit, not every time got selected. All this are really base on luck and the right time to let go, small investment great for past time.

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    How's this for investment, any comments?

    Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) / Introduction


      • BH GLOBAL MARINE LIMITED
    (Registration Number: 200404900H)
    Incorporated in the Republic of Singapore on 23 April 2004
      • Corporate Profile

        BH Global Marine Limited is a Singapore-based supplier of a comprehensive range of marine electrical products to (i) ship chandlers, ship owners, ship management companies and (ii) shipyard operators and ship repair contractors. The Group's products comprise (1) Marine Electrical Equipment and (2) Marine Consumables.

        Marine Electrical Equipment

        Marine Electrical Equipment include marine cables, marine lighting equipment and accessories.

        Marine cables are electrical cables or wirings meant for fixed wiring installation on board marine vessels for power transmission or instrumentation purposes.

        Marine lighting equipment, when fitted with specified marine lamps, provides vital 24-hour illumination for enclosed environments in marine vessels and illumination needs during night time and bad weather conditions. Marine lighting equipment are fabricated robustly to withstand difficult operating conditions and heavy usage.

        Marine Consumables

        Marine Consumables include marine lamps and general marine consumable products.

        Marine lamps include incandescent, high intensity discharge, fluorescent and halogen lamps, with bulbs or tubes of differing sizes and shapes. Marine lamps are fitted into lighting equipment and such lamps have a limited life span and burn out after a number of hours of usage.

        General marine consumable products include batteries, fuses, aerosol contact cleaners, cleaning material for electrical products, insulation and adhesive tapes and flashlights.

        In FY2004, 85.9% of the Group' revenue was derived from Singapore and 14.1% from other regions (mainly the Middle East, Indonesia, Japan and Malaysia

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    i tink now with the current situation of high oil prices (this buzzword seems to be the big culprit analysts accuse whenever market conditions are not looking good), better steer clear of related new counters, as recently seen with the fiasco of debutantes struggling to keep afloat in the first day....unless one has big risk appetite and have spare of the spare disposable cash, better dun play.

    if u dun invest, you'll be sure that you dun make a profit, but you'll be even more sure that you won't suffer any loss...

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