LoS Announces Intention to List in Shanghai

by Mr Juggles

PetroChina’s value in US ADR: ~$500bn
PetroChina’s value priced at Shanghai IPO two days later: ~$1,000bn or $1 trillion dollars

Alibaba’s value priced at IPO: $9bn
Alibaba’s value priced in Hong Kong after first day of trading: $26.6bn

Long or Short Capital’s dividend discount valuation in US: $241,315
Long or Short Capital’s valuation post listing in Shanghai: $?? bn

For some time, we have felt that the market was not giving us credit for our Asian exposure. In fact, given the number of times we have exposed our self in Asia and to Asians, we are surprised we have not received more attention, especially from the relevant authorities. Our upcoming Shanghai A-shares IPO should rectify this situation and ensure that we garner the attention and valuation that we deserve.

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  1. PBateman
    November 9th, 2007 | 3:13 pm

    Given that SAAP is most likely a more accurate accounting method than Chinese GAAP (See LDK Solar) I would think investors should be willing to pay a premium mutltiple to growth story like LoS Capital.

  2. To The Hilt
    November 9th, 2007 | 4:27 pm

    LoS should start posting in Chinese, then. I can’t read Chinese, but those characters they use are hilarious.

  3. Christian Gross
    November 10th, 2007 | 6:04 am

    No bubble here, move along, move along…

  4. Prentis V Trustman, III
    November 13th, 2007 | 2:43 am

    Chinese lettering can really lift an IPO according to my research here at Enhanced Alpha Quant Leverage Partners LLLP. We’re overweight that sector in both our Hu-Yield Deficit Partner Fund as well as our Emerging Vortex Fund. Keep us up to speed on the IPO.