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Last Price Avg Target Price   Upside/Downside Price Call
1.08 1.41     +0.33 (30.56%)
* Average Target Price, Price Call and Upside/Downside are derived from Price Targets in the past 6 months.
** Price Targets are adjusted for Bonus Issue, Shares Split & Shares Consolidation (where applicable).
Date Open Price Target Price Upside/Downside Price Call Source News
29/01/2018 1.23 1.44 +0.21 (17.07%) BUY HLG Price Target News
22/01/2018 1.23 1.38 +0.15 (12.20%) BUY KENANGA Price Target News
09/01/2018 1.22 1.38 +0.16 (13.11%) BUY KENANGA Price Target News
20/11/2017 1.27 1.38 +0.11 (8.66%) BUY KENANGA Price Target News

Price Target Research Article/News (past 6 months)
29/01/2018  HLG MRCB-Quill REIT - 4Q17 Results - Above Expectations
22/01/2018  KENANGA MRCB-Quill REIT - FY17 Well Within Expectations
09/01/2018  KENANGA MRCB-Quill REIT - Neutral Impact From Disposal of QB8
20/11/2017  KENANGA MRCB-Quill REIT - 9M17 Within Expectations

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xcuteboy income distribution come by end of this month
08/01/2018 22:58
chang24 That would be great! Income distribution end this month means got ang pow money for CNY... hahaha...
09/01/2018 14:21
thiagarajan81 https://klse.i3investor.com/servlets/ptres/43523.jsp
09/01/2018 14:54
chang24 Interesting... Others down this counter up.
10/01/2018 13:03
xcuteboy http://klse.i3investor.com/blogs/nanyang_stock_expert/143755.jsp

good good
10/01/2018 16:37
Kalaihselvan Krishnan Good price to enter. Dividend is above 6 percent at current price
14/01/2018 20:28
YK Yap Shit!!!
19/01/2018 13:56
xcuteboy Revaluation loss of RM18.18 million from investment properties
19/01/2018 14:21
Intelinvestor13 Kuala Lumpur, 19 January 2018: MRCB Quill Management Sdn Bhd (“MQM”), the manager of MRCB-Quill REIT (“MQReit”), a listed real estate investment trust, wishes to announce that MQReit achieved a realised net income of RM21.42 million for the fourth quarter of 2017 (“4Q 2017”). This is an increase of approximately 61.0% from the realised net income of RM13.30 million recorded for the fourth quarter of 2016 (“4Q 2016”). The higher realized net income for this quarter was attributable to the recognition of income from Menara Shell, net of higher property operating expenses, finance costs, trustee’s fee and manager's fee. For the full year, MQREIT achieved a realised net income of RM88.01million, an increase of 48.8% compared to the realised net income of RM59.16 million recorded for the financial year ended 31 December 2016 (“FY 2016”). Correspondingly, realised earnings per unit (“EPU”) for financial year ended 31 December 2017 (“FY 2017”) of 8.24 sen was recorded.

After taking into consideration the non-cash adjustment for manager’s fee payable in units and net fair value loss on investment properties, MQREIT achieved a distributable income for FY 2017 of RM92.4 million. (“Distributable Income”).

FY 2017 distribution per unit (“DPU”) was 8.39 sen, which is 0.1% higher compared to the FY 2016 DPU of 8.38 sen. The FY 2017 DPU of 8.39 sen translates to a distribution yield of 6.7% based on the closing price of RM1.25 per unit as at 29 December 2017.

FY 2017 DPU of 8.39 sen consist of an interim distribution of 4.23 sen which was paid to MQREIT unitholders on 18 September 2017 and the proposed final distribution of 4.16 sen for the sixmonth period ended 31 December 2017. The proposed final distribution of 4.16 sen is expected to be paid on Wednesday, 28 February 2018.
19/01/2018 15:20
chang24 Yeah finally...
19/01/2018 15:23
ks55 MQ Reits Managers cheat.
Why EPU decreased?
Why Platinum Sentral registered revaluation losses up to 25m?


1. Platinum Sentral simply overvalued when it first injected into QC Reits. Rental not commensurate with amount paid. Have to write down even more for coming 3 years to reflect market value.

2. Menara Shell will have to write down in 2 years time to reflect market value.
Again MRCB simply injected over-inflated assets into MQ Reits.

3. Further issuance of units to vendors and Managers diluted EPU.

4. Rental and occupancy can only go south in coming years due to oversupply of office space.


Forget about the income distribution.
MQ Reits is going to laosai after ex-date.
19/01/2018 19:36
ks55 Better buy for Reits at present is Atrium.
19/01/2018 19:36
ks55 As an indication you should dispose MQ Reits before ex-date, just look at EPF trading in the counter.
Bearing in mind EPF is the main beneficiary when MRCB sold Platinum Sentral and Menara Shell.
EPF is still major and substantial share holders of MRCB.......
19/01/2018 19:46
Alexander Lim The EPS decreased is due to the paper loss of the reevaluation of investment property. As long as the occupancy of the properties remain strong at average 90% and above with positive cash flow generation, we will be guaranteed the dividends. The drop of DPU is probably due to the excess dilution due to the private placement previously. Although the injection of Menara Shell into the REIT has increased earnings and cash flow, it wasn't enough to increase the DPU significantly.
With interest coverage of 3.7x, only IGBREIT and SUNREIT has higher interest coverage >3.7x. And they have most of their loan on fixed rate. If management can keep its Gearing low and manage effectively, this REIT can be a long term investment.
19/01/2018 19:53
Alexander Lim REITs should be looked as a long term investment, not short term as they distribute at least 90% of their earnings as dividends, there won't be much increase in their NAVPS.
19/01/2018 19:57
sg999 Will be gap down on monday? 1.0hahaah
19/01/2018 22:34
Intelinvestor13 Reit is for long term la. MQreit average occupancy rate is as high as 96%, give more than 6% of dividend p.a., more than 60% value of its asset sit in KL sentral area, most strategic transport hub of KL... it's something u hold n top up bit by bit for 5-10 years or more n enjoy d income distribution in d long run... MQreit is one of the top three Reits I will continue to invest in for years to come
19/01/2018 23:19
xcuteboy Nth to worry la. Wont drop so much...this juz over value but the earning still there
20/01/2018 08:30
hng33 sold off all MQcapital at 1.25, lock handsome paper profit, free up all capital
23/01/2018 12:06
cn21 Anyone can advise on MQREIT gearing?? Thanks
05/02/2018 16:01
Intelinvestor13 At 1.15, dividend is around 7.3% ... time to top up more
06/02/2018 10:02
ks55 MQ Reits has been used as cash cow for MRCB.
Sooner or later, you will see MRCB injects all its KL Sentral properties into MQ Reits at grossly over-inflated price, hence passing the financial burden from MRCB to MQ Reits unit holders.
If you don't like to be paymaster for some over-inflated properties, vote with your legs.
06/02/2018 10:24
Jia Cheng 0 volume today
23/02/2018 10:42
Happykoo lowest day by day.....why?something happen?invest in reit become unstable already...
26/02/2018 21:40
Patrick Ling Gross dividend yield 7.4%. How low can it go?
27/02/2018 17:31
AK2899 if can drop until 0.50 i lagi happy !
28/02/2018 21:39
NicholasNWH90 Weird. Price drops from 1.12 to 1.11 with 95% buy rate. Big shareholders changing hand?
01/03/2018 15:48
Jia Cheng shit... my avg buy 1.19
01/03/2018 18:40
Happykoo mine average price rm 1.25.....is time to top up?any advice!!
01/03/2018 23:01
cn21 Anyone can advise on MQREIT gearing?? Thanks

approx 36% if not mistaken. i saw somewhere but cant remember exactly...
01/03/2018 23:08
KLCI King Why don't you just read the quarterly report & find out yourself, that should be the way of investing, rather than asking here & there, then later blaming here & there.

Make yourself responsible for your own money, not others.

Posted by cn21 > Mar 1, 2018 11:08 PM | Report Abuse
Anyone can advise on MQREIT gearing?? Thanks

approx 36% if not mistaken. i saw somewhere but cant remember exactly...
01/03/2018 23:12
Intelinvestor13 I bought several times at 1.25 - 1.22 - 1.16 - 1.12 and now 1.10.. At current price, dividend payout is around 7.7% p.a. you don't have to go all in for REIT, just top up bit by bit and stay long enough to reap the sow twice a year from dividend payouts. The share price may continue to stay low for a while due to market sentiment but as long as the properties are still standing and collecting good rentals from healthy businesses, investors shouldn't be overly concerned with daily fluctuation of share price.
02/03/2018 11:47
xcuteboy y keep dropping?
06/03/2018 15:03
Happykoo why drop every day...??bulk of tenant wont resume ?any insider news ?
06/03/2018 16:09
Intelinvestor13 yesAH ...with expectations of higher interest rates, is it good for REIT?

On average, it would be safe to assume that interest rate increases are likely to be met by REIT price declines. Of course, reaction by sectors will vary. For example, some argue that in the case of residential and office REITs rising interest rates would drive up REIT prices because increasing rates correspond to economic growth and more demand. But you will need to be selective in such an environment. The good news about REITs is that high yields are a sort of hedge against price declines: if you buy a high-yield REIT, any price decline will be mitigated by high income in the meantime.

Read more: The Impact Of Interest Rates On Real Estate Investment Trusts https://www.investopedia.com/articles/04/110304.asp#ixzz58xDethNf
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Currently 76% of MQREIT’s total borrowings are on fixed interest rate, thus to a large extent cushioning the Fund from any potential rise in interest rates in this volatile market environment.
06/03/2018 16:15
xcuteboy fainted to see the price drop everyday... I tot reits is quite stable on the price... but recently the rule seen like change d...
06/03/2018 16:22
Intelinvestor13 Don worry.. market overreact only.. Invest in REITS = buy properties and collect rentals. Share price drop = buy properties at cheaper price and collect rental at higher %.. A lot of REITS (Axis, IGB, Sunreit etc) are very cheap now.. keep some cash and be ready to go in again
06/03/2018 16:34
Kalaihselvan Krishnan Currently yield is higher than 8 percent.
Buy and collect yearly dividend. Good for retirement
06/03/2018 17:17
NicholasNWH90 This reit is good based on past performance. But the price drop is quite substantial without specific reason. Any insider news?
07/03/2018 09:45
ejtic Now at RM1.05 with 8.38 cents dividend, net dividend yield is 7.12%
07/03/2018 12:50
Patrick Ling Irrationality of Mr Market
07/03/2018 13:43
Intelinvestor13 panic sell for no reason.. going to collect some more to average down.. dividend payout is > 8% at this price
07/03/2018 16:50
ejtic Just bought 1.02. Will collect more tomorrow
07/03/2018 17:50
Intelinvestor13 http://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/bank-negara-malaysias-early-move-eases-pressure-hike-again
BNM maintains interest at 3.25%.. don be a fearmonger la
07/03/2018 18:40
Administrator get my fund ready for this
07/03/2018 22:13
CWallUK I paid around 1.29 last year. I know the price has fallen but the dividend will still be paid and over time should increase. Now yielding around 8%! ... it would be almost impossible to achieve this
return if you were to buy commercial / residential property anywhere. If I had any spare funds I would be buying.
09/03/2018 03:57
Kalaihselvan Krishnan I think cheap sale is over
09/03/2018 18:07
painter I think it is a good idea to collect it at below 1.00 price.
09/03/2018 21:33
painter Historical low was 80sen.
09/03/2018 21:34
yesAH mmm...ang pau next week 1.10+ !!
18/03/2018 17:12

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