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Last Price Avg Target Price   Upside/Downside Price Call
0.935 1.05     +0.115 (12.30%)
* 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
10/08/2017 0.94 1.05 +0.11 (11.70%) BUY KENANGA Price Target News

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10/08/2017  KENANGA KIP REIT - Slow and Steady Wins the Race

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hewusana Ipo price discount 8%
03/07/2017 18:34
Kay Wow.. great eastern and ocbc acquiring more..
04/07/2017 10:01
evo At times like this, steady, would be a time to accumulate before the next dividend.
06/07/2017 12:05
joeylee2013 Put money in bank better
06/07/2017 12:08
shortinvestor77 Joey, leave this counter far better.
06/07/2017 20:11
Amit Khindriya Que at 0.89
07/07/2017 05:41
shortinvestor77 Q at 1 cent better.
07/07/2017 11:36
Amit Khindriya @ shortinvestor77..what about half cents?
07/07/2017 14:51
shortinvestor77 Good idea. You queue at 0.5 cents. I have already 800 lots waiting for dividend every Q.
14/07/2017 13:58
Amit Khindriya @ shortinvest - i hope u have more spare bullets to pick up at 0.89..and maybe 0.88....dividend will be 1.5 less 10% this month. enjoy!
14/07/2017 17:01
shortinvestor77 OK. Just sold Gtronic at 6.29. Got a little bullet. My calculation of div based on latest NTA is about 1.8 plus minus cents for coming quarter result.
14/07/2017 17:22
shortinvestor77 Malaysia's May wholesale, retail trade growth accelerates
TheEdgeFri, Jul 14, 2017 - 5 hours ago

KUALA LUMPUR (July 14): Malaysia's wholesale and retail trade grew 10.7% to RM96.9 billion in May, from a year earlier, led by retail transaction growth.

According to the Statistics Department's statement today, retail trade rose 13.1% while wholesale and motor vehicle transactions climbed 9% and 10.2% respectively.

"The sales value consists of wholesale trade (RM46.9 billion), retail trade (RM37.2 billion) and motor vehicles (RM12.8 billion) businesses. The positive growth was contributed by retail trade (13.1%)," the department said.

May's wholesale and retail trade's on-year 10.7% growth compares with April's 9.6% expansion, according to the department.

FXTM vice president of corporate development and market research Jameel Ahmad wrote in a note today that Malaysia's above-forecast 10.7% wholesale and retail trade growth in May, added clarity to the notion the country's economy was performing above expectations.

“Optimism is continuously increasing that the GDP reading for Q2 will follow the same trend as the first quarter of the year, in terms of surpassing expectations, following a hat-trick of economic data announcements over the past week.

“If the Malaysian economy continues to pull out these numbers consistently above expectations, it won’t be long until think tanks begin upgrading their overall forecasts for growth this year,” Jameel said.
14/07/2017 22:07
shortinvestor77 Up today. How to go down less than 90 cents?
18/07/2017 20:36
Amit Khindriya Please look at the trade detail shorty....majority of trade at 0.905 (VWAP=0.906)....at 450pm 100 shares change hand at 0.93 and you fall for that?
Are u new in the market? Lol
18/07/2017 22:18
Amit Khindriya Keep bullet....89 comin.
18/07/2017 22:19
shortinvestor77 see today 1050 lots changed hands at 0.93. Are you not newie?
19/07/2017 15:15
shortinvestor77 You better sell now at 0.93 and then queue 89 cents. American dream!
19/07/2017 15:16
Beza Ya lah. Amit, can you sell it now? So you can collect it cheap cheap at 0.89 mah!
19/07/2017 16:30
Amit Khindriya 8 retail transactions, and you wanna conclude? ok maybe you are right.

i managed to get at 0.905 2 days ago...and can wait to catch more at 0.90 and 0.895 and 0.89
19/07/2017 16:31
shortinvestor77 I see. How many lots you have it now?
19/07/2017 20:23
nkk53 Most of the IPO now are always overpriced
21/07/2017 10:50
smartly 1.92 dpu. :)
25/07/2017 19:39
shortinvestor77 1.81 cents net profit. Extremely good. As I said:

Posted by shortinvestor77 > Jul 14, 2017 05:22 PM | Report Abuse X

OK. Just sold Gtronic at 6.29. Got a little bullet. My calculation of div based on latest NTA is about 1.8 plus minus cents for coming quarter result.
25/07/2017 21:26
shortinvestor77 Annualize 1.81 X 4Q= 7.24 cents per annuam. Wah! Very good dividend stock with now 1.92 cents dpu this second quarter. Amit, its price tomorrow up min 2 cents. How to go down to below 90 cents. Dreaming!
25/07/2017 21:30
Edwardloh up up up !
25/07/2017 22:07
Amit Khindriya @ shorty - this time I am happy to be wrong...:)
Congrats to all unit holders 1.8cents is very good result,,,I was expecting 1.5 to 1.6
25/07/2017 23:59
Beza OK. Let's enjoy it!
26/07/2017 08:44
Beza Good start!
26/07/2017 09:02
Kay great results
26/07/2017 14:27
Siew Jian Bin WAH!!! Good result! Luckily I am not selling when the price near to RM0.90.
26/07/2017 15:10
LATO' SELI Not bad this counter maa
27/07/2017 14:13
hewusana Good
27/07/2017 20:37
goldenhope Low profile company, worth to invest for long term
29/07/2017 08:17
Amit Khindriya Low profile...humble
29/07/2017 11:51
shortinvestor77 Only have 90000 units so far. Very humble.
30/07/2017 21:45
Amit Khindriya Shorty.....make it 100000
30/07/2017 23:30
shortinvestor77 Amit, how many lots you have now?
31/07/2017 17:11
Amit Khindriya Shorty....I have a few...small fish
31/07/2017 23:28
01/08/2017 21:21
Edwardloh what happen price no going up?
02/08/2017 20:12
Jian Bin Siew Maybe people don't like its properties.
03/08/2017 22:06
shortinvestor77 Need time. Patience beers fruits.
03/08/2017 22:49
Amit Khindriya Less than 2 sen divvy. U expect to fly?
04/08/2017 00:25
shortinvestor77 This is Reit. We invest it for dividend. For capital gain, it takes time.
04/08/2017 21:48
Amit Khindriya exactly....
05/08/2017 12:37
Beza http://klse.i3investor.com/blogs/kenangaresearch/129631.jsp
10/08/2017 09:56
shortinvestor77 WILL yields of Malaysian real estate investment trusts (REITS) come under pressure because of lower rents and rising interest rates? That depends on how the data is interpreted. There is some evidence that rentals of properties ranging from offices to factories are being renewed at lower rates as leases end although at the beginning of the year, the expectation was for an average 6.3% yield for the year.

REITS experts say the total returns should be calculated on their unit price gains together with the yield. For July, local REITS had an average yield of 5.801% versus 5.507% in January.

Conventional wisdom says that when interest rates rise, this is usually bad for REITS. This is because REITS pile on debt as they acquire assets, so when interest rates rise, their ability to service debt comes under pressure as they also have to pay 90% of their earnings as dividend.

But if interest rates are rising because of a growing economy, this may not necessarily affect REITS negatively because businesses will expand, offices will be rented out and people will spend their money. There is speculation that Bank Negara may have to raise the overnight policy rate some time next year on demand-pull inflation stemming from rising consumer sentiment.

Detractors, who believe that the economic outlook is still uncertain, say consumer sentiment is still down although the first quarter’s unexpected 5.6% growth spurt was in part supported by private consumption. Economists expect the second quarter’s economic data to show growth above 5% after the surge in exports in recent months.

Most Malaysian REITS, because they own malls and offices, have been affected, to a degree, by the glut in office space or the downcast consumer sentiment. There is still reason to be cautious with local REITS, and this can be seen from their unit price performance, which has been mixed on a year-to-date and one-year basis reflecting the local business conditions and consumer sentiments.

What is keeping select REIT unit prices up and performing better than the benchmark FBM KLCI could be the drop in the yield of benchmark 10-year Malaysian Government Securities, which stood at 3.976 from 4.463% at the end of November. This could have driven some investor interest back to Reits, which offer better yields. Indeed, Kenanga Research actually upgraded Reits to “overweight” from “neutral” in June.

Ultimately, REITS are about their underlying assets, which is property, where these are located and how well they are managed. If a particular REIT’s assets fulfill all three factors, there is no reason that yield cannot sustain even with all the daunting challenges.
12/08/2017 11:44
shortinvestor77 Disposal of 1,000,000 KIP REIT units by Projek Impiana Sdn Bhd in the open market on 10 August. Not the MD.
12/08/2017 11:55
Amit Khindriya Shorty...what is your take?
13/08/2017 09:19
shortinvestor77 Take dividends.
13/08/2017 14:46

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