SM Prime Holdings, Inc.
#21
New mall unveiled


OLONGAPO CITY -- SM Prime Holdings Inc., the country’s largest mall operator, has opened here its 43rd mall in the country, boosting the city’s bid to become a premier tourism destination. Located along Magsaysay Drive -- the city’s entertainment strip -- near the main gate of Subic Freeport Zone, the SM Olongapo City Mall is seen provide direct and indirect job opportunities to about 4,500 residents in this city. The mall, occupying a total land area of 42,000 square meters, will reportedly be banking on the continued influx of both local and foreign tourists on top of local patrons. “Based on our study, Olongapo has a robust market being the former host of US base which was successful converted into tourism site and industrial Freeport zone in Central Luzon,” SM’s Shopping Centers Management Corp. President Annie S. Garcia said. She added that the study was primarily based on the sales figures presented by previous tenants of the former Olongapo City Mall, the former occupant of the site. Retailers of Zambales mangoes and other local produce will reportedly be given priority to help small entrepreneurs in the area. Other tenants include Jollibee, National Book Store, and Ace Hardware, among others.

http://www.bworldonline.com/content.php?...s&id=43883
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#22
Senyor Gen, candidate for a 3 push set-up?

Bearish Divergence visible...

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(01-08-2012, 05:42 PM)chu Wrote: Senyor Gen, candidate for a 3 push set-up?

Bearish Divergence visible...

Agree that it's a candidate but propose an alternate bar count using your 2nd push as the 1st push since your first point was still part of the range consolidation in SMPH from September 2010 whereas the alternate start is when the consolidation break and thrusting began. Smile

I think the magic numbers we need to keep an eye out on are 13.30 and 13.70. If you're correct, expect 13.30 to break on the re-test but if the alternate count is right, we should see 13.70 get broken to the upside for a final push. Abangan!

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#24
^ nice. very nice senor gen... tama, mali yung 1st push ko since still part of the range consolidation. since this is a candidate... this will be monitored. maraming salamat. Smile
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#25
having this kind of pattern.. gusto mag short na lng ng mag short.. specially sa forex.. hihi..
when GOD steps in, MIRACLE happens.....

It's more fun in FOREX!!!

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#26
Posted on January 13, 2012 07:22:05 PM

SM Prime raises P5 billion for capex


MALL OPERATOR SM Prime Holdings, Inc. has raised P5 billion from issuing fixed-rate corporate notes to fund part of its P21-billion capital spending this year, a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange showed on Friday.

http://www.bworldonline.com/content.php?...x&id=45025
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#27
Launch slated

SM PRIME Holdings, Inc., the listed mall development unit of the SM Group, will be launching a mall in Olongapo City on Friday, a disclosure to the local bourse showed yesterday. SM City Olongapo, SM Prime’s 42nd mall and its first for 2012, sits on a 9,259-square-meter lot and will have a gross floor area of 46,869 square meters, the disclosure read. “The opening of SM City Olongapo is doubly significant for SM Prime, as it is the company’s first shopping mall to be opened this year and it is also the very first SM mall in Zambales province,” said Hans T. Sy, SM Prime president. Around 81% of SM City Olongapo’s total leasable space of 22,462 square meters has already been awarded to various retail tenants such as BDO, Watsons, Ace Hardware, National Bookstore, Jollibee, and KFC, among others. Major tenants SM Department Store and SM Supermarket are set to occupy 11,364 and 3,929 square meters, respectively, of floor space in the new mall. With SM City Olongapo, the company’s total gross floor area for its malls will equal five million square meters. This is seen to grow to 6.3 million square meters with the opening of SM City Lanang in Davao City, SM City General Santos in South Cotabato, SM City Consolacion in Cebu, SM City San Fernando in Pampanga as well as SM City Chongqing in China this year.

http://www.bworldonline.com/content.php?...s&id=46522
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#28
March 5, 2012 | Manila, Philippines

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SM Prime Holdings, Inc. (SMPH)

Recommendation: Trading Buy

2TRADEASIA.COM has given mall developer SM Prime Holdings, Inc. a “trading buy” tag, saying property firms should perform better in a low-interest-rate environment. “We’re recommending property stocks for a trading buy because they have more advantage given the low interest rates,” said analyst Freya B. Natividad.

http://www.bworldonline.com/Research/sto...p?id=0904a
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#29
is this stock headed for a downtrend?
One person gives freely, yet gains even more; another withholds unduly, but comes to poverty. Proverbs 11:24
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#30
I sold mine today @ 16.6.
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