nicely and more importantly lphl is moving ahead with their plans.
executing the early stages of a grand plan!!
i for one am very excited about the upside potential here.
lets see....... leisure travel is a huge success and the ipo is well recieved.the travel business fetches a cap of 1 billion a year from now. clive and lphl invest in 6 small up and coming tech companies over that same year. average ownership is 10%. of those 6 small global start-ups one is a grand slam with a cap of 5 billion-- while the other 5 average an incrrease from time of investment of 400 million each. clive and lphl start another majority owned investment as well.a technology infrastructure company.say a partnership with insp is formed for the venture and lphl owns 55% and a cap of 1 billion is reached in a year.
this is obviously not gonna be easy,but this is what i'm hoping to see happen over the next 12 months here--
if that all were to happen..... lphl would be sitting in the range of 200-300.
If this is what you are waiting for, then you should not be investing in stocks. Buy lottery tix instead.
I am long LPHL, but unreasonable expectations will only hurt the stocks performance in the long run.
We all choose stocks that we percieve as undervalued, then wait for the value to become apparent and the stock price to go up. It's funny however how some folks think that just because they bought it, now everyone else will too. As if your individual buy is going to become the catalyst that launches the stock.
Get a grip. If what you forecast were to happen over the next ten years, I'd be more than happy. All that LPHL has acomplished in the last year is just a fraction of what you are asking them to do in the coming year.
I'm sure you can't spell the word 'pessimistic'.lol, I don't know if all this sound very realistic, but it's sure soft for the ears.... I really want to thank you and Mr Bugay for the constant stream of valuable info supporting our-soon-to-be-grown-up-baby. Good luck
but would like to make one more comment. CNN invested $30 million in the Leisure Planet online travel agency. CNN to my knowledge is a division on Time-Warner which will become a part of AOL. Could the AOL merger with Time-Warner be considered a significant development? Thanks would be interested in comments.