China Jicheng Holdings Limited 中國集成控股有限公司

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Sometimes, all you need to tell a story is a picture. (15-May-2017)
CEEI (0986) sells China Jicheng (1027), buys Luen Wong (8217)
Company announcement, 18-Aug-2016
What it doesn't say: CEEI has breached Listing Rules by failing to obtain shareholders' approval in advance of Major Transactions and by failing to announce them for 4 weeks. Each stock is the subject of SFC concentration warnings. We calculate that the purchase of Luen Wong shares is at a P/B of 321 and a P/E of 861. CEEI says the deal is "fair and reasonable", "a good investment opportunity" and "an attractive investment which will provide satisfactory return".
Tech Pro (3823) crashes 86.3%: we told you so
In our article of 24-Sep-2015, we pointed to 3 bubbles, 2 of which have now burst: L & A (8195) and Tech Pro (3823). The remaining one is umbrella-maker China Jicheng (1027) which has net tangible assets at 31-Dec-2015 of about HK$0.0067 per share (post-split), so it has about 97% downside from today's closing price of $0.224. (28-Jul-2016)
China Jicheng (1027) umbrella bubble to split again
Company circular, 8-Apr-2016
There will be 75 billion issued shares, just in case everyone on Earth wants 10 each. The stock at HK$1.20 trades at 42.7x book value and 720x last year's profit.
China Env Energy (0986) sells 15.45m shares in China Jicheng (1027) umbrella bubble
Company announcement, 22-Jan-2016
China Env Energy (0986) sells 21.545m shares in China Jicheng (1027) umbrella bubble
Company announcement, 19-Jan-2016
CAID (0048) proposes to invest HK$300m via Opus Capital Management
Company announcement, 3-Dec-2015
The two-stage investment will be in cash or specie - in other words part or all of CAID's existing portfolio, which includes bubble umbrella stock China Jicheng (1027).
Lerado's umbrellas and open offer
At last, Lerado (1225) admits that it holds 2% of the China Jicheng (1027) umbrella bubble, still worth HK$561m, which is more than it proposes to raise in an abusive, deep-discount open offer. The circular fails to say why they don't just sell the CJ shares instead. We call on shareholders to save themselves and vote against. (27-Oct-2015)
CAID (0048) gains from umbrella bubble
Following a Webb-site complaint to regulators, CAID has revealed 3 holdings, including umbrella maker China Jicheng (1027), still trading at over 70x NAV. CAID expects the investments to contribute a positive return in the near future, but doesn't say why. Meanwhile Lerado (1225) hasn't said how it made similar gains. Is it also in the umbrella bubble? (10-Oct-2015)
Bubbles and troubles in Hong Kong
Pour yourself a coffee and digest this long article as we investigate several ongoing abusive "open offers" and placings as well as show you who's been making out in multi-billion-dollar bubbles. We call on regulators and rule-makers to take action. (24-Sep-2015)
China Jicheng (1027) may be preparing for a placing
We note that 1.5bn shares (10%) of China Jicheng were deposited into CCASS on 17-Sep-2015, via Black Marble Securities. These can only be from Chairman Huang Wenji. Shares must be in CCASS to be tradable, so this may be a preparation for a top-up placing. Click the link to see CCASS movements. The stock is in a bubble, at 106x NAV last night, up 64x since the IPO. Black Marble is owned by Lerado (1225). (23-Sep-2015)
China Env Energy (0986): results reveal 2.11% stake in Jicheng (1027)
Company announcement, 30-Jun-2015
The 12.67m shares were purchased in the IPO at $1.10, before the 25:1 stock split, which converts to 316.75m shares at $0.044.
Jicheng Umbrella (1027) grants 60m options @$1.57
Company announcement, 19-Jun-2015
The options last 1 year. Update: the interim results published 28-Aug-2015 state that the grantees were "consultants".
Concentration warning in Jicheng Umbrella (1027)
Company announcement, 14-May-2015
The surge in the stock price gives new meaning to "umbrella movement".

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