Name: Ayala Land
Ayala Land, Inc. (ALI) was formerly the real estate division of Ayala Corporation and was incorporated on June 30, 1988 to focus on the development of its existing real estate assets. In July 1991, the Company became publicly-listed through an initial public offering of its primary and secondary shares on the Makati and Manila Stock Exchanges.
ALI is engaged in the planning and development of large scale, integrated estates having a mix of use for the sale of residential lots and buildings, office buildings and commercial and industrial lots, leasing of commercial and office spaces and the development, operation and management of hotels and resorts. The Company also develops commercial and industrial parks and is also engaged in property management, construction and other businesses like retail and healthcare. Among the Company’s subsidiaries are Alveo Land Corporation; Avida Land Corporation; Ayala Property Management Corporation; and Makati Development Corporation.
launched three new estates in promising growth corridors in the country: Vermosa, Cloverleaf and Capitol Central. These are strategically located to take advantage of key infrastructure projects and the growing micro economies in the Philippines.
Vermosa, a 700-hectare project, is envisioned to become a new premier commercial and business district in the cities of Imus and Dasmariñas in Cavite. It is located within a few kilometers from the newly built Muntinlupa-Cavite Expressway and will eventually become a prime convergence area when the Cavite-Laguna Expressway is completed in a few years.
Cloverleaf, an 11-hectare development along EDSA and A. Bonifacio Avenue in Quezon City, is located right beside the connector road of the South Luzon and the North Luzon Expressways that is currently under construction. Once this highway is completed, it will significantly improve access for residents in the south and north of Metro Manila and will activate Cloverleaf as a new pocket urban development.
In the Visayas region, we launched Capitol Central, a nine-hectare parcel that is geared to serve the growing economy of Negros Occidental and enhance urban development in the province.
Resistance: Php 35.60
Support: Php 30.12
Stochastic: Possible crossing of Blue line below Red line: Possible Sell Signal
We can wait for a reversal or start buying at Php 31.80 or better and sell it at Php 35.00 or wait if it goes up if it continues to move up we can buy some more on breakout and sell once it recovers.
Cut loss: Php 31 or Php 30