JamesPondGoldenShares, comparing Liew with certain management of TAGB is totally undermining Liew. Tan Sri Liew, if I am not wrong is EX-BANKER whereas certain directors of TAGB were charged for fraud by SC, i.e. EX-CONPERSON. The share price reflects the ability of the persons running the show. One knows that the Co. is property devt and goes about making sure that the Co is focused on the biz of property devt. The other, alas, doesn't know what biz the Co is in. Most probably every morning when they turn up to work, they throw a dart to decide what to do that day.
chang24@JamesPond, agree with you. For this co, things weren't going well due to unclear direction. Market is right by valuing the co at its current price. I think the BOD sees that as well. As such, the newly appointed CEO should be doing his best to change things. It's not an easy task to build a building in Vancouver, Canada and working with Trump. Let's see what Tiah junior can achieve. Only time will tell.
JamesPondWell managed companies are capable of producing financial reports within a short time. Badly managed ones normally takes a long time to report their quarterly results. TAGB is a typical example of a badly managed organisation where even the accounting department is not functioning efficiently. Most of the time they are only capable of reporting their quarterly results on the very last day!!! Either that or they need to really spend time to crack their heads on juggling the figures to present a palatable set of results. Else the BOD and public shareholders might choke on the results!!!LOL
Activetraderthe CEO is too young... they shouldn't pull him in so early. Investors like us lose confidence. Sorry to say that.
JamesPondChang24, talk is cheap. Alicia talks a lot. She HAD been talking a lot...land in BB to develop..REITs, ...blah,blah..and till today she is still talking. As for the other one in the article, someone charged with abetting fraud crime, you believe??? More importantly, even if these projects are sucessful, would they reward the shareholders or would they throw away the profits into some share/equity investments.