What do you guys think about Jaypee Greens Wishtown - NOIDA? Is this a good time to buy? Is Wishtown a good investment?

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  • Originally Posted by sbajaj


    exactly :-))

    Great:-) lage raho bajajbhai :-))
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  • Originally Posted by Truenity

    Hahahaha​,

    This is called spreading disinformation by using selective information. JP had a consolidated net loss of over 10k crores on a PBT basis. The only reason their debt came down is because they have sold off almost all their productive assets, which will further reduce their ability to service debt.


    It is a matter of common sense that it is better to have 100k crore debt with a 50k operating income than 1 crore debt with 0 operating income.

    Even the numbers you have given are incorrect. JP never had 100k crore debt and the current number is lower than what you have given as well.


    Go and read their FY16-17 results... numbers i hv quoted r correct...
    R u afraid of these numbers
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  • Originally Posted by Truenity

    Great:-) lage raho bajajbhai :-))


    Thanks buddy

    Tum bhee lage raho ......karne se hota hai ...karogey tu hoga

    :-)
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  • Originally Posted by bhuwan


    Go and read their FY16-17 results... numbers i hv quoted r correct...
    R u afraid of these numbers


    Results are here. If you think the consolidated debt last year was 100k cr, you are completely ignorant about how to read a balance sheet.

    http://www.bseindia.com/stockinfo/AnnPdfOpen.aspx?Pname=03e521ee-b113-4e9c-8d51-79cf162b0afa.pdf


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  • Was at the meeting in Noida yesterday. Totally useless. It was unruly and typical of Indian meetings - everybody shouting at the same time; barging on to the dais; and not letting Authority figures say anything. However, one thing came out crystal clear - Jaypee intention is not there anymore. Sameer Gaur made the same promises he made a year ago and still saying they will get the money "soon".
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  • The important thing is that JP's book net worth ( at inflated asset values) has gone from over 12k crores to under 4k crores. If it weren't for the build up of deferred tax assets, which for a bankrupt company is just accounting jugglery, it would barely be 3k crores.
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  • Originally Posted by sbajaj


    Thanks buddy

    Tum bhee lage raho ......karne se hota hai ...karogey tu hoga

    :-)

    Satya vacchan, but you are on the wrong forum. May I suggest moneycontrol ?
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  • Originally Posted by Truenity

    Satya vacchan, but you are on the wrong forum. May I suggest moneycontrol ?


    Thanks. Don't need your suggestion bro.

    I am very much on the right forum.....just like you.

    :-)
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  • Originally Posted by Truenity


    Results are here. If you think the consolidated debt last year was 100k cr, you are completely ignorant about how to read a balance sheet.

    http://www.bseindia.com/stockinfo/AnnPdfOpen.aspx?Pname=03e521ee-b113-4e9c-8d51-79cf162b0afa.pdf




    Check ur post... u cant even post correct reference of the company we r discussing
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  • Debt of jaypee power is now not reflecting in JPA debt ... this is the reason of debt reduction to 54k crore...
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  • Originally Posted by bhuwan


    Check ur post... u cant even post correct reference of the company we r discussing

    We were talking about consolidated debt of JP. It seems you have been caught. Why don't you post the results of the company you think we are discussing.
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    • bhuwan1 years ago
      So why u posted hudco document ?
  • Originally Posted by bhuwan
    Debt of jaypee power is now not reflecting in JPA debt ... this is the reason of debt reduction to 54k crore...

    Hahahaha, ek jhoot ko chipane ke liye hazaar jhooth bolne padte hain . JP power never had anywhere close to 54k crores debt. You are just clinging at straws now, and not doing a very good job :-)
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    • bhuwan1 years ago
      Fact is today before the ultratech deal debt is 54k cr...
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  • I am doomed by these gaur cheaters. Booked Krescent homes in 2011 ... seems like they would never give possession.
    No resale...no refund....no swap.
    What are my options?
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  • 1. Sell at 30% loss.. and move on.
    2. Buy near RTM in pavilion in 50-50 plan ...and transfer funds from krescent to pavilion.
    3. File case in ncrdc for refund


    Depending on ur need of money / availablity of more funds ... choose whatever is best for u from above
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