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Last Price Avg Target Price   Upside/Downside Price Call
1.14 1.41     +0.27 (23.68%)
* 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
18/05/2018 1.12 1.40 +0.28 (25.00%) BUY HLG Price Target News
17/04/2018 1.08 1.44 +0.36 (33.33%) BUY HLG Price Target 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

Price Target Research Article/News (past 6 months)
18/05/2018  HLG MRCB-Quill REIT - Stable performance
17/04/2018  HLG REIT - REIT-setting the cycle
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

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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
Intelinvestor13 http://www.theborneopost.com/2018/03/21/price-drop-of-malaysian-reits-shares-unwarranted-analysts/
“This comes as most MREITs have over 70 per cent of their borrowings on fixed rates
“And in any case, a 50bps hike to Pavilion REIT, MQREIT, and Axis REIT would only lower earnings by one to two per cent, which is minimal,” said the research arm.

We are mildly positive on the revised Guidelines on Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) which allow property development for Malaysian REITs (M-REITs), among other changes/additions. This new property development ruling is within our expectations and it could benefit selected M-REITs. We remain “neutral” on the sector and our selective buys are IGBREIT, SunREIT, CMMT, YTLREIT and MQREIT.

Kenanga Research has chosen MRCB-Quill REIT as its preferred “long-term pick” with a target price of RM1.30, given its stable asset profile and attractive dividend of about 7.9% currently.
21/03/2018 11:19
PenguinDad wait for new low. dji is bearish n possible hike of interest...
25/03/2018 09:38
painter DJI correction not over yet, interest rate hike still in the book.
29/03/2018 00:28
NicholasNWH90 Analysts already predicted one more rate hike in last quarter of the year. My concern is more on the rental renewal rate of MQReits. The drop is too substantial with low volume. Someone is desperate to sell while few people in the market are fetching the stocks.
03/04/2018 12:28
Lim Tek Wai Should buy more?
03/04/2018 15:37
mhling Why not?
03/04/2018 15:52
Jia Cheng feel like crisis soon
03/04/2018 17:48
dukulangsat anyone going to the AGM next week?
03/04/2018 18:06
Intelinvestor13 MREITs are simply oversold at this point... best time to BUY - average down - hold for many years to come.
03/04/2018 18:07
mhling What crisis?
03/04/2018 18:12
NicholasNWH90 Financial crisis? Not so soon la. Unless war breaks out.
03/04/2018 19:07
apolloang by the time war breaks out all already become worthless
03/04/2018 19:13
Intelinvestor13 RM0.995.. time to buy more
04/04/2018 16:41
dukulangsat what is this new issuance of unit about?
04/04/2018 19:04
Sam Mich @dukulangsat, As I understand new issuance is something like print money. So more shares are available in the market and will dilute value of current available shares. If current is RM1 value per share, having more shares in the market can make the share value to 50 sen only.
06/04/2018 11:12
Patrick Ling Issued as part of the management fees. But I don't think it would be that diluted. It's very normal process.
06/04/2018 14:13
Sam Mich Why have to issue share for management fee? Profit generated cannot pay?
06/04/2018 14:59
Patrick Ling The management team get paid either by shares/cash or both for their services.
06/04/2018 16:36
Yael Jasper rebound expexted
06/04/2018 17:09
jordanmaggie61 EPF buying?
06/04/2018 17:26
firehawk no surprise if going down more ..... see Amfirst, CMMT for some reits trend ....
06/04/2018 23:13
Intelinvestor13 Malaysia Reits in general will recover when the dust settles.. the drop is due to poor market sentiment not the business
06/04/2018 23:33
Intelinvestor13 EPF starts buying
16/04/2018 14:40
teoct Be careful, when epf buy, not necessary epf per se, it is the fund manager entrusted by epf and these fund manager may have slightly different objective than that of epf.
18/04/2018 15:55
LimKL1 万分感谢
18/04/2018 16:41
Intelinvestor13 http://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/revised-guidelines-listed-reits-seen-positive-growth

Our top picks are MRCB-Quill REIT (“buy”; target price [TP]: RM1.44) given its sustainable attractive dividend yield of 8.5% (highest in our coverage) and IGB REIT (“buy”; TP: RM1.75) due to its prime location assets with high footfall. — Hong Leong Investment Bank Research, April 17
19/04/2018 16:37
Kychew76 Hi all,im new to REITS.Im just wondering if the dividend that had been distributed will be used for reinvestment?
21/04/2018 22:18
Intelinvestor13 dividend will be deposited into your trading acc.. you may reinvest or cash it out
22/04/2018 23:55
dukulangsat Hi, may i know is there any unitholder attended the AGM and received the voucher sent to the corresp address? (cos they ran out of vouchers on that day, they will sent the voucher to the corresponding add)
13/05/2018 16:40
jv1758 It will take MQ long time to go back to its 1.30 level unless it attracts a near 100% occupancy. Anything close to RM 1.10 is a good buy and perhaps why EPF is buying after selling over last few months.
18/05/2018 16:46
jv1758 From what I hear, there will not be any rate hikes this year. I am not surprised if BNM lowers it by 0.25 if there is no inflation risk. However, it will depend very much on the US bond yield and inflation. Market looks stagnant until a solution is found with US-China.
18/05/2018 16:50

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