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KLSE: BJTOTO (1562)       BERJAYA SPORTS TOTO BHD MAIN : Trading&Services
Last Price Today's Change   Day's Range   Trading Volume
2.09   +0.01 (0.48%)  2.08 - 2.10  239,500
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Financials


Market Cap: 2,824 Million

Market Cap 2,824 Million
NOSH 1,351 Million

Latest Audited Result:  30-Apr-2017

Latest Audited Result: 30-Apr-2017
Announcement Date 23-Aug-2017
Next Audited Result: 30-Apr-2018
Est. Ann. Date: 23-Aug-2018
Est. Ann. Due Date: 27-Oct-2018

Latest Quarter:  31-Jan-2018 [#3]

Latest Quarter: 31-Jan-2018 [#3]
Announcement Date 16-Mar-2018
Next Quarter: 30-Apr-2018
Est. Ann. Date: 20-Jun-2018
Est. Ann. Due Date: 29-Jun-2018
QoQ | YoY   -4.05%  |    23.57%

Annual (Unaudited) ( EPS: 17.86, P/E: 11.70 )

Revenue | NP to SH 5,734,546  |  241,313
RPS | P/RPS 424.47 Cent  |  0.49
EPS | P/E | EY 17.86 Cent  |  11.70  |  8.55%
DPS | DY | Payout % 13.97 Cent  |  6.68%  |  78.21%
NAPS | P/NAPS 0.57  |  3.67
YoY   -21.81%
NP Margin | ROE 4.37%  |  31.40%
F.Y. | Ann. Date 30-Apr-2017  |  20-Jun-2017

T4Q Result ( EPS: 19.82, P/E: 10.55 )

Revenue | NP to SH 5,736,921  |  267,765
RPS | P/RPS 424.64 Cent  |  0.49
EPS | P/E | EY 19.82 Cent  |  10.55  |  9.48%
DPS | DY | Payout % 14.96 Cent  |  7.16%  |  75.49%
NAPS | P/NAPS 0.55  |  3.81
QoQ | YoY   4.40%  |    -2.11%
NP Margin | ROE 4.84%  |  36.14%
F.Y. | Ann. Date 31-Jan-2018  |  16-Mar-2018

Annualized Result ( EPS: 19.27, P/E: 10.84 )

Revenue | NP to SH 5,679,792  |  260,369
RPS | P/RPS 420.41 Cent  |  0.50
EPS | P/E | EY 19.27 Cent  |  10.84  |  9.22%
DPS | DY | Payout % -
NAPS | P/NAPS -
QoQ | YoY   -4.31%  |    15.67%
NP Margin | ROE 4.74%  |  35.14%
F.Y. | Ann. Date 31-Jan-2018  |  16-Mar-2018


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Date Financial Result Financial Ratio Per Share Item Performance Valuation (End of Quarter) Valuation (Ann. Date)
F.Y. Ann. Date Quarter # Revenue PBT NP NP to SH Div Net Worth Div Payout % NP Margin ROE NOSH RPS Adj. RPS EPS Adj. EPS DPS Adj. DPS NAPS Adj. NAPS QoQ YoY EOQ Date EOQ Price EOQ P/RPS EOQ P/EPS EOQ P/NAPS EOQ EY EOQ DY ANN Date ANN Price ANN P/RPS ANN P/EPS ANN P/NAPS ANN EY ANN DY
30-Apr-2018 16-Mar-2018 31-Jan-2018 3 1,404,303 98,773 61,199 59,233 53,880 740,850 90.96% 4.36% 8.00% 1,347,000 104.25 103.95 4.40 4.38 4.00 3.99 0.5500 0.55   -4.05%   23.57% 30-Jan-2018 2.26 2.17 51.39 4.11 1.95% 1.77% 16-Mar-2018 2.10 2.01 47.76 3.82 2.09% 1.90%
30-Apr-2018 18-Dec-2017 31-Oct-2017 2 1,383,712 96,082 63,184 61,732 53,880 781,259 87.28% 4.57% 7.90% 1,347,000 102.73 102.42 4.58 4.57 4.00 3.99 0.5800 0.58   -16.93%   -0.67% 31-Oct-2017 2.41 2.35 52.59 4.16 1.90% 1.66% 18-Dec-2017 2.28 2.22 49.75 3.93 2.01% 1.75%
30-Apr-2018 20-Sep-2017 31-Jul-2017 1 1,471,829 117,517 77,659 74,312 53,947 782,231 72.60% 5.28% 9.50% 1,348,675 109.13 108.94 5.51 5.50 4.00 3.99 0.5800 0.58   2.52%   26.51% 31-Jul-2017 2.38 2.18 43.19 4.10 2.32% 1.68% 20-Sep-2017 2.32 2.13 42.11 4.00 2.38% 1.72%
30-Apr-2017 20-Jun-2017 30-Apr-2017 4 1,477,077 102,165 75,850 72,488 40,420 767,995 55.76% 5.14% 9.44% 1,347,360 109.63 109.33 5.38 5.37 3.00 2.99 0.5700 0.57   51.22%   -30.78% 28-Apr-2017 2.81 2.56 52.23 4.93 1.91% 1.07% 20-Jun-2017 2.57 2.34 47.77 4.51 2.09% 1.17%
30-Apr-2017 16-Mar-2017 31-Jan-2017 3 1,367,054 86,256 49,515 47,936 40,395 740,584 84.27% 3.62% 6.47% 1,346,516 101.53 101.19 3.56 3.55 3.00 2.99 0.5500 0.55   -22.87%   -17.85% 31-Jan-2017 2.93 2.89 82.30 5.33 1.22% 1.02% 16-Mar-2017 2.98 2.94 83.71 5.42 1.19% 1.01%
30-Apr-2017 16-Dec-2016 31-Oct-2016 2 1,454,808 95,382 64,066 62,148 53,924 768,424 86.77% 4.40% 8.09% 1,348,112 107.91 107.68 4.61 4.60 4.00 3.99 0.5700 0.57   5.80%   -12.03% 31-Oct-2016 3.19 2.96 69.20 5.60 1.45% 1.25% 16-Dec-2016 3.06 2.84 66.38 5.37 1.51% 1.31%
30-Apr-2017 19-Sep-2016 31-Jul-2016 1 1,435,607 96,401 61,380 58,741 53,890 754,471 91.74% 4.28% 7.79% 1,347,270 106.56 106.26 4.36 4.35 4.00 3.99 0.5600 0.56   -43.90%   -18.94% 29-Jul-2016 3.28 3.08 75.23 5.86 1.33% 1.22% 19-Sep-2016 3.32 3.12 76.15 5.93 1.31% 1.20%
30-Apr-2016 20-Jun-2016 30-Apr-2016 4 1,484,146 139,680 106,991 104,714 67,383 768,172 64.35% 7.21% 13.63% 1,347,670 110.13 109.86 7.77 7.75 5.00 4.99 0.5700 0.57   79.45%   35.10% 29-Apr-2016 3.04 2.76 39.12 5.33 2.56% 1.64% 20-Jun-2016 2.90 2.63 37.32 5.09 2.68% 1.72%
30-Apr-2016 18-Mar-2016 31-Jan-2016 3 1,323,029 78,670 57,821 58,353 53,905 741,204 92.38% 4.37% 7.87% 1,347,644 98.17 97.93 4.33 4.32 4.00 3.99 0.5500 0.55   -17.40%   -44.22% 29-Jan-2016 3.13 3.19 72.29 5.69 1.38% 1.28% 18-Mar-2016 3.43 3.49 79.21 6.24 1.26% 1.17%
30-Apr-2016 18-Dec-2015 31-Oct-2015 2 1,428,981 114,931 72,989 70,649 67,029 790,947 94.88% 5.11% 8.93% 1,340,588 106.59 105.77 5.27 5.23 5.00 4.96 0.5900 0.59   -2.51%   -29.13% 30-Oct-2015 3.20 3.00 60.72 5.42 1.65% 1.56% 18-Dec-2015 3.00 2.81 56.93 5.08 1.76% 1.67%
30-Apr-2016 17-Sep-2015 31-Jul-2015 1 1,327,073 112,983 77,619 72,467 67,223 726,014 92.76% 5.85% 9.98% 1,344,471 98.71 98.23 5.39 5.36 5.00 4.98 0.5400 0.54   -6.51%   -7.50% 31-Jul-2015 3.33 3.37 61.78 6.17 1.62% 1.50% 17-Sep-2015 3.12 3.16 57.88 5.78 1.73% 1.60%
30-Apr-2015 18-Jun-2015 30-Apr-2015 4 1,457,498 117,886 82,748 77,511 67,167 685,105 86.66% 5.68% 11.31% 1,343,344 108.50 107.88 5.77 5.74 5.00 4.97 0.5100 0.51   -25.91%   11.76% 30-Apr-2015 3.26 3.00 56.50 6.39 1.77% 1.53% 18-Jun-2015 3.26 3.00 56.50 6.39 1.77% 1.53%
30-Apr-2015 18-Mar-2015 31-Jan-2015 3 1,328,127 151,334 106,654 104,615 67,233 685,779 64.27% 8.03% 15.25% 1,344,665 98.77 98.31 7.78 7.74 5.00 4.98 0.5100 0.51   4.94%   43.00% 30-Jan-2015 3.39 3.43 43.57 6.65 2.29% 1.47% 18-Mar-2015 3.36 3.40 43.19 6.59 2.32% 1.49%
30-Apr-2015 18-Dec-2014 31-Oct-2014 2 1,254,139 143,237 100,610 99,688 80,937 634,010 81.19% 8.02% 15.72% 1,348,958 92.97 92.83 7.39 7.38 6.00 5.99 0.4700 0.47   27.25%   20.64% 31-Oct-2014 3.61 3.88 48.85 7.68 2.05% 1.66% 18-Dec-2014 3.48 3.74 47.09 7.40 2.12% 1.72%
30-Apr-2015 19-Sep-2014 31-Jul-2014 1 1,243,885 120,686 81,501 78,339 74,159 606,756 94.66% 6.55% 12.91% 1,348,347 92.25 92.07 5.81 5.80 5.50 5.49 0.4500 0.45   12.95%   -20.70% 31-Jul-2014 3.85 4.17 66.27 8.56 1.51% 1.43% 19-Sep-2014 3.73 4.04 64.20 8.29 1.56% 1.47%
30-Apr-2014 17-Jun-2014 30-Apr-2014 4 1,358,848 99,570 73,833 69,357 92,475 607,699 133.33% 5.43% 11.41% 1,321,085 102.86 100.58 5.25 5.13 7.00 6.85 0.4600 0.45   -5.20%   -8.29% 30-Apr-2014 3.89 3.78 74.10 8.46 1.35% 1.80% 17-Jun-2014 3.80 3.69 72.38 8.26 1.38% 1.84%
30-Apr-2014 17-Mar-2014 31-Jan-2014 3 1,228,026 124,479 75,560 73,159 126,595 573,012 173.04% 6.15% 12.77% 1,332,586 92.15 90.90 5.49 5.42 9.50 9.37 0.4300 0.42   -11.46%   -15.00% 30-Jan-2014 4.05 4.39 73.77 9.42 1.36% 2.35% 17-Mar-2014 3.93 4.26 71.58 9.14 1.40% 2.42%
30-Apr-2014 13-Dec-2013 31-Oct-2013 2 866,885 127,827 87,738 82,632 80,095 627,415 96.93% 10.12% 13.17% 1,334,927 64.94 64.17 6.19 6.12 6.00 5.93 0.4700 0.46   -16.36%   -26.61% 31-Oct-2013 4.07 6.27 65.75 8.66 1.52% 1.47% 13-Dec-2013 3.91 6.02 63.17 8.32 1.58% 1.53%
30-Apr-2014 12-Sep-2013 31-Jul-2013 1 887,103 148,369 101,272 98,790 53,690 617,437 54.35% 11.42% 16.00% 1,342,255 66.09 65.66 7.36 7.31 4.00 3.97 0.4600 0.46   30.63%   -10.75% 31-Jul-2013 4.18 6.32 56.79 9.09 1.76% 0.96% 12-Sep-2013 4.19 6.34 56.93 9.11 1.76% 0.95%
30-Apr-2013 18-Jun-2013 30-Apr-2013 4 930,966 116,054 77,797 75,627 53,922 566,191 71.30% 8.36% 13.36% 1,348,074 69.06 68.91 5.61 5.60 4.00 3.99 0.4200 0.42   -12.13%   -17.08% 30-Apr-2013 4.20 6.08 74.87 10.00 1.34% 0.95% 18-Jun-2013 4.29 6.21 76.47 10.21 1.31% 0.93%
30-Apr-2013 18-Mar-2013 31-Jan-2013 3 888,727 130,493 87,858 86,069 - 623,304 - % 9.89% 13.81% 1,326,178 67.01 65.78 6.49 6.37 0.00 0.00 0.4700 0.46   -23.56%   -23.66% 31-Jan-2013 4.35 6.49 67.03 9.26 1.49% 0.00% 18-Mar-2013 4.21 6.28 64.87 8.96 1.54% 0.00%
30-Apr-2013 18-Dec-2012 31-Oct-2012 2 908,705 161,451 115,348 112,594 125,544 528,610 111.50% 12.69% 21.30% 1,321,525 68.76 67.26 8.52 8.33 9.50 9.29 0.4000 0.39   1.72%   6.55% 31-Oct-2012 4.34 6.31 50.94 10.85 1.96% 2.19% 18-Dec-2012 4.37 6.36 51.29 10.92 1.95% 2.17%
30-Apr-2013 18-Sep-2012 31-Jul-2012 1 899,909 160,875 114,729 110,687 85,957 515,745 77.66% 12.75% 21.46% 1,322,425 68.05 66.61 8.37 8.19 6.50 6.36 0.3900 0.38   21.36%   20.18% 31-Jul-2012 4.19 6.16 50.06 10.74 2.00% 1.55% 18-Sep-2012 4.29 6.30 51.25 11.00 1.95% 1.52%
30-Apr-2012 18-Jun-2012 30-Apr-2012 4 916,126 132,794 95,998 91,207 66,477 478,637 72.89% 10.48% 19.06% 1,329,548 68.91 67.81 6.86 6.75 5.00 4.92 0.3600 0.35   -19.10%   -12.46% 30-Apr-2012 4.23 6.14 61.66 11.75 1.62% 1.18% 18-Jun-2012 4.14 6.01 60.35 11.50 1.66% 1.21%
30-Apr-2012 21-Mar-2012 31-Jan-2012 3 983,459 164,939 114,585 112,740 80,146 507,597 71.09% 11.65% 22.21% 1,335,782 73.62 72.79 8.44 8.34 6.00 5.93 0.3800 0.38   6.69%   -1.86% 31-Jan-2012 4.28 5.81 50.71 11.26 1.97% 1.40% 21-Mar-2012 4.30 5.84 50.95 11.32 1.96% 1.40%
30-Apr-2012 12-Dec-2011 31-Oct-2011 2 862,371 148,785 107,359 105,673 107,010 508,300 101.27% 12.45% 20.79% 1,337,632 64.47 63.83 7.90 7.82 8.00 7.92 0.3800 0.38   14.73%   62.37% 31-Oct-2011 4.18 6.48 52.91 11.00 1.89% 1.91% 12-Dec-2011 4.01 6.22 50.76 10.55 1.97% 2.00%
30-Apr-2012 21-Sep-2011 31-Jul-2011 1 845,810 130,107 93,763 92,104 106,942 507,975 116.11% 11.09% 18.13% 1,336,777 63.27 62.61 6.89 6.82 8.00 7.92 0.3800 0.38   -11.60%   44.01% 29-Jul-2011 4.31 6.81 62.55 11.34 1.60% 1.86% 21-Sep-2011 4.26 6.73 61.83 11.21 1.62% 1.88%
30-Apr-2011 20-Jun-2011 30-Apr-2011 4 901,308 148,078 105,545 104,185 40,122 454,722 38.51% 11.71% 22.91% 1,337,419 67.39 66.71 7.79 7.71 3.00 2.97 0.3400 0.34   -9.31%   28.79% 29-Apr-2011 4.13 6.13 53.02 12.15 1.89% 0.73% 20-Jun-2011 4.42 6.56 56.74 13.00 1.76% 0.68%
30-Apr-2011 15-Mar-2011 31-Jan-2011 3 851,166 161,493 117,712 114,875 80,238 427,939 69.85% 13.83% 26.84% 1,337,310 63.65 63.00 8.59 8.50 6.00 5.94 0.3200 0.32   76.51%   17.40% 31-Jan-2011 4.12 6.47 47.96 12.88 2.08% 1.46% 15-Mar-2011 4.00 6.28 46.57 12.50 2.15% 1.50%
30-Apr-2011 10-Dec-2010 31-Oct-2010 2 845,790 97,740 67,208 65,082 53,455 360,824 82.14% 7.95% 18.04% 1,336,386 63.29 62.60 4.87 4.82 4.00 3.96 0.2700 0.27   1.76%   -36.53% 29-Oct-2010 4.08 6.45 83.78 15.11 1.19% 0.98% 10-Dec-2010 4.04 6.38 82.96 14.96 1.21% 0.99%
30-Apr-2011 20-Sep-2010 31-Jul-2010 1 835,395 98,598 65,257 63,956 107,039 401,397 167.36% 7.81% 15.93% 1,337,991 62.44 61.84 4.78 4.73 8.00 7.92 0.3000 0.30   -20.94%   -36.33% 30-Jul-2010 4.11 6.58 85.98 13.70 1.16% 1.95% 20-Sep-2010 4.02 6.44 84.10 13.40 1.19% 1.99%
30-Apr-2010 18-Jun-2010 30-Apr-2010 4 858,294 117,321 83,083 80,895 106,968 441,245 132.23% 9.68% 18.33% 1,337,107 64.19 63.53 6.05 5.99 8.00 7.92 0.3300 0.33   -17.33%   -24.57% 30-Apr-2010 4.47 6.96 73.88 13.55 1.35% 1.79% 18-Jun-2010 4.33 6.75 71.57 13.12 1.40% 1.85%
30-Apr-2010 15-Mar-2010 31-Jan-2010 3 850,759 139,259 98,662 97,851 - 375,833 - % 11.60% 26.04% 1,342,263 63.38 62.97 7.29 7.24 0.00 0.00 0.2800 0.28   -4.58%   0.76% 29-Jan-2010 4.13 6.52 56.65 14.75 1.77% 0.00% 15-Mar-2010 4.28 6.75 58.71 15.29 1.70% 0.00%
30-Apr-2010 10-Dec-2009 31-Oct-2009 2 857,105 147,437 103,286 102,544 - 309,516 - % 12.05% 33.13% 1,345,721 63.69 63.44 7.62 7.59 0.00 0.00 0.2300 0.23   2.08%   -9.85% 30-Oct-2009 4.23 6.64 55.51 18.39 1.80% 0.00% 10-Dec-2009 4.11 6.45 53.94 17.87 1.85% 0.00%
30-Apr-2010 09-Sep-2009 31-Jul-2009 1 826,165 142,138 101,384 100,452 623,886 189,056 621.08% 12.27% 53.13% 1,260,376 65.55 61.15 7.97 7.44 49.50 46.18 0.1500 0.14   -6.34%   8.73% 31-Jul-2009 4.27 6.51 53.58 28.47 1.87% 11.59% 09-Sep-2009 4.23 6.45 53.07 28.20 1.88% 11.70%
30-Apr-2009 15-Jun-2009 30-Apr-2009 4 870,333 150,813 109,818 107,249 138,142 477,220 128.81% 12.62% 22.47% 1,255,843 69.30 64.42 8.54 7.94 11.00 10.23 0.3800 0.35   10.44%   76.51% 30-Apr-2009 4.38 6.32 51.29 11.53 1.95% 2.51% 15-Jun-2009 4.41 6.36 51.64 11.61 1.94% 2.49%
30-Apr-2009 16-Mar-2009 31-Jan-2009 3 1,057,663 141,420 98,460 97,112 56,030 439,705 57.70% 9.31% 22.09% 1,256,300 84.19 78.29 7.73 7.19 4.46 4.15 0.3500 0.33   -14.62%   -1.07% 30-Jan-2009 4.18 4.97 54.08 11.94 1.85% 1.07% 16-Mar-2009 4.16 4.94 53.82 11.89 1.86% 1.07%
30-Apr-2009 12-Dec-2008 31-Oct-2008 2 941,788 162,396 116,003 113,742 65,910 401,737 57.95% 12.32% 28.31% 1,255,430 75.02 69.71 9.06 8.42 5.25 4.88 0.3200 0.30   23.11%   27.13% 31-Oct-2008 3.90 5.20 43.05 12.19 2.32% 1.35% 12-Dec-2008 4.04 5.39 44.59 12.63 2.24% 1.30%
30-Apr-2009 08-Sep-2008 31-Jul-2008 1 825,902 130,699 93,979 92,390 56,488 338,930 61.14% 11.38% 27.26% 1,255,298 65.79 61.13 7.36 6.84 4.50 4.18 0.2700 0.25   52.05%   -7.86% 31-Jul-2008 4.79 7.28 65.08 17.74 1.54% 0.94% 08-Sep-2008 4.07 6.19 55.30 15.07 1.81% 1.11%
30-Apr-2008 18-Jun-2008 30-Apr-2008 4 866,831 93,929 65,850 60,762 83,783 327,083 137.89% 7.60% 18.58% 1,258,012 68.90 64.16 4.83 4.50 6.66 6.20 0.2600 0.24   -38.10%   -34.12% 30-Apr-2008 4.54 6.59 94.00 17.46 1.06% 1.47% 18-Jun-2008 4.38 6.36 90.68 16.85 1.10% 1.52%

PBT = Profit before Tax, NP = Net Profit, NP to SH = Net Profit Attributable to Shareholder, Div = Dividend, NP Margin = Net Profit Margin, ROE = Return on Equity, NOSH = Number of Shares, RPS = Revenue per Share, EPS = Earning Per Share, DPS = Dividend Per Share, NAPS = Net Asset Per Share, EOQ = End of Quarter, ANN = Announcement, P/RPS = Price/Revenue per Share, P/EPS = Price/Earning per Share, P/NAPS = Price/Net Asset per Share, EY = Earning Yield, DY = Dividend Yield.


NOSH is estimated based on the NP to SH and EPS. Div is an estimated figure based on the DPS and NOSH. Net Worth is an estimated figure based on the NAPS and NOSH.

Div Payout %, NP Margin, ROE, DY, QoQ Δ & YoY Δ figures in Percentage; RPS, EPS & DPS's figures in Cent; and NAPS's figures in Dollar.

All figures in '000 unless specified.


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chiahow80 shpg22, i am not so old, I just care after 2015 and I just bought BJTOTO recently at 2.1. If fall below 2, I will run, else I enjoying ~7.5% Div. You sound like talking about old record, what for? For those who can hold since 2006, I am sure they can hold for another 10yrs, which they may make profit or loss in future. But for now, how many investors care about after 2006 story (but not 2005)? haha.....

I feel better to keep my money here than other counter or FD until I see the price fall below 2
22/03/2018 17:08
shpg22 Dont u understand the meaning of 2005 onwards. That will include 2015, 2016, 2017. Actually wat i m trying to say is BJTOTO is not a good long term investment it used to be.
22/03/2018 17:41
bestreturn The best thing about investing in BJ Toto now is that the govt still don't allow online buying for BJ Toto yet. If one day it get approved, the price will go up. But of course, the one day is don't know when...
22/03/2018 18:57
hng33 Share price holding well now, opt for dividend entitlement
23/03/2018 16:10
geary @bestreturn! Thanks​ for your practical n sensible writing for others to learn. Added or Averaging down... Bjtoto is a defensive counter...of course the growth is very conservative or zero at present. I think its dividend won't go down anymore n sustainable. Good luck...!!!
23/03/2018 18:30
sheldon bestreturn - yes tq.

i can imagine! Capturing the younger set hence top line growth & no more brick & mortar & salaries of staff manning them.
24/03/2018 06:22
hng33 sold off bjtoto at 2.17, locked small gain, free up capital
26/03/2018 09:56
sheldon amazing - 45 mins into the trading day & not a single lot traded
27/03/2018 09:44
Biker2b To be fair, in addition to monetary dividend, BJTOTO also given out 4 times share dividend since 2005 (2009, 2013, 2014, 2015). All in all, adjusted cost rightfully should be lower than current price albeit profit might varied depending on entry cost throughout the years.
27/03/2018 12:53
sheldon my first foray into BToto, I made money. Now I'm sitting on a pile of losses. Despite mitigated by dividends, it's still a very large net loss.
27/03/2018 15:26
Biker2b Be patient. Gaming act should get amended after GE. Doesn't make sense still prohibited online gaming at this IoT age. Would be nice if toto kiosks are placed in all 7-11 outlets just like lottery can be purchased from convenient stores and gas stations in other countries.
27/03/2018 16:01
bestreturn @Biker2b. Agree with your assessment on Gaming act will be amended after GE
27/03/2018 19:05
shpg22 Malaysis is not other countries. We r an islamic state. So dream on.
28/03/2018 10:03
LowChingHong You are right chiahow80
28/03/2018 11:03
chiahow80 shpg22, earlier you commented about this stock giving high div but still loss if counting up to 2005 and not good for long term investment. Everyone here having the same dream and hope to gain profit from this counter. If don't have this dream, why you own this stock? or you just come in as "adviser" for BJTOTO stakeholders? We are muslim country, but the fact is, we still having some legal gambling activities running across entire country, that's mean everything is possible. of course it could get closed down after GE too. Investment always has risk what.
28/03/2018 12:02
throx If I bought BJTOTO at RM4 back in 2006 and keep until now, am I losing money ? No.
But if bought BJTOTO at RM3 back in 2016 and keep until now, am I losing money ? Yes
28/03/2018 21:47
kenlee123 @ throx, can u explain why? curious. thanx
29/03/2018 09:35
throx Hi kenlee123, if you bought BJTOTO in 2006 and keep until now, you would have received dividend paid out of more than RM2 and share distribution of around 10%
29/03/2018 10:53
shpg22 I sure most long term investor in BJTOTO has net loss. Same goes for ASTRO & MALAKOF. They all gave high dividend. Choosing a high dividend company is important, not all the same. If you had invested in LPI 10y ago, till now your net gain is almost 600%, compare to BJTOTO -ve or 0. MAYBANK, LIIHEN also a good long term dividend counter to consider.
29/03/2018 11:32
throx I agree that BJTOTO has been disappointing in recent years. The implementation of GST at 2015 has affected the margin of BJTOTO & Magnum. But the full effect has taken place and the current stock price already reflected that. The profit of next few quarter should be able to maintain around the last quarter figure.
29/03/2018 12:55
Eagle_T HR Owen plc, a company controlled by Berjaya group founder Tan Sri Vincent Tan (pic), has been named 2018’s Rolls-Royce Global Dealer of the Year
https://www.thestar.com.my/business/business-news/2018/03/29/vincent-tans-company-wins-rollsroyce-global-dealer-of-the-year-award/
29/03/2018 21:16
ironcrowz All the divisions has been doing badly.

Biggest revenue and profit contributor, Toto division, losing slowly to illegal operator but suffer big from rising cost (evident from -1.7% revenue but -19.9% PBT while prize payout +2.3% so definitely not due to the luck factor here), and i dun see any actions they can take to cut costs significantly, except by cutting rental and wages by closing down stores, but that would mean it needs to gain approval to implement online platform, which i think is near impossible as then the gov would have no control over the muslims from gambling. Any info on their cost cutting efforts is much appreciated.

The 2nd biggest profit contributor, the PGMC division just lost its exclusive right to supply to PCSO, only time will tell how it affects it's profit.

The 2nd biggest revenue contributor, HR Owen, performed outstandingly, earnings shot up 77.8%, but its contribution to the group's profit is only a mere 3.91%, further it faces risks from slowing new car registration in UK, Brexit and weakening GBP.

All in all, my analysis above is only 2017 vs 2016. Assuming every year PBT -15%, a 80% dividend payout ratio and cost of investment of RM2.20 at current price, the DY is 5.74% to 4.15% in the next 3 years, still favourable than FD, my only concern is loss from continuous fall in share price as there seems no solutions to the problems faced by each divisions.

Any comment is much appreciated.
30/03/2018 12:12
sheldon ironcrowz All the divisions has been doing badly.
TQ for your insights.

Even with brick & mortar, there are many Muslims buying. There's a signboard that discourages Muslims at the entrances of the outlets but many still patronise. With small bets, it gives people some hope to strike it big.

There are so many ways to circumvent the barring of Muslims like getting others to buy or buying from illegals etc. The Govt & the people should realise that legal Btoto has contribute lots to the coffers which I believe has benefited all religions.

If they want to kill the goose that lays the golden eggs then the religious preachers should not complain if the treasury squeezes the rakyat in other forms like raising the GST. There's a lot of truth in the doctrine "No Money No Talk".
02/04/2018 09:51
ironcrowz @sheldon whether Muslims allowed to buy or not is not my main concern since the revenue has been rising every year, however, i'm more concern on the management's action on cutting costs.

Also, even if the gov allowed online betting, i'm not sure if the buyers know how to do it since most are elderly people and pensioners. If the buyers couldn't do it, it wouldn't help Toto.

Otherwise, they can strike deals with 7-11, 99speedmart etc. to station their vending machines in their stores like some countries do, maintaining a machine is much cheaper than owning a store. But again, how many buyers can adapt is to be tested.

Does anyone has news on their future plans?
02/04/2018 16:09
ironcrowz sry my mistake, revenue of the group rose, but Toto division down slightly, but still my main concern is on cost cutting efforts
02/04/2018 16:14
Lim Tek Wai You are right
03/04/2018 15:58
Lim Tek Wai don't invest based on high dividend yield.
03/04/2018 15:59
Yael Jasper still earning la.
03/04/2018 16:32
darren7132 If government approved the internet betting for sport toto, will this affect a lot in Sport toto share price ?

What's you all opinion ?
04/04/2018 16:46
chiahow80 What is happening today?
04/04/2018 16:52
throx I hope everyone understand that even if government approve BJTOTO to accept betting online (via an app), the users still has to be non-muslim Malaysian only. DMC already has such app in place call dmcGO which was evolved from their telelink license. It will definitely help to increase the sales but won't be too much.
04/04/2018 17:38
sheldon throx I hope everyone understand that even if government approve BJTOTO to accept betting online (via an app), the users still has to be non-muslim Malaysian only....

I disagree because handphone and computer appliances do not ask the owners their religious beliefs in the registration process. It's absurd for there to exist a Muslim handphone or a Hindu laptop. Hence orders placed via these devices will not reveal any details of religion.
05/04/2018 13:29
billionaire88 BJToto is no longer the company it used to be. Those days net profit margin at 10% above and average RM100m every quarter. Nowadays, despite revenue almost doubled to RM1.4b every quarter, net profit is about RM60m at less than 5% margin. Revenue increase mainly because of HR Owen but it has poor profit margin. Furthermore, increase in HR Owen is also due to weaknesses of Ringgit, not because or better sales.

There are too many online gaming (legal otherwise) competing with Sports Toto's business. Young people today do not like to go to Sports Toto outlet to buy numbers. It's too inconvenient and it look very uncle/auntie. They prefer to bet using the phone or computer.
07/04/2018 00:48
Biker2b 1. Is BJTOTO facing challenges - no doubt about it, but again which company does not ?
2. Is illegal gambling hurting BJTOTO - sure, but is this a new threat or potentially escalating ?
3. Is GST hurting BJTOTO - sure, but again this is not new and no sign of increasing

Is there any other downsides that has yet to factor in the current price in ?

On the other hand:-
1. Is BJTOTO undervalue - likely based on PE +/-10x and DY +/-7.5%
2. Is there catalyst for upside - yes, including potential restructuring plan orchestrates by TSVT for his Berjaya group of companies, upcoming amendment of online gaming act, monetization of non-core assets within BJTOTO, etc
09/04/2018 12:07
sheldon This counter is going to the dogs. It's going ex tomorrow and yet the price is tepid
10/04/2018 09:50
ironcrowz @billionaire88 HR Owen actually recorded +20% in revenue and +78% PBT in GBP terms, i believe that's actual improvement rather than due to weakness in RM. If u see, GBP/MYR actually strengthens 1st half of the year then drops back down 2nd half of the year, i guess the forex factor is very much netted off here.

But still, HR Owen's contribution to the group's profit in RM terms is less than 5%, still a long way to turn around BJTOTO for me.
10/04/2018 11:50
ironcrowz @Biker2b

1. Agree
2. The division's revenue has been dropping since 2014, -2% on average
3. Sry i've not purchased any bets before, does the customers need to pay GST for betting? If yes, BJTOTO will be able to claim back GST on most of its expenses and i believe the impact will be immaterial

1. Agree, but i expect DY to drop over the next 5 yrs to 3%, assuming current rate of decrease in profits, even lower than the FD rate by then as BNM raises OPR rate. Buying a good company at a fair price is better than buying a fair company at a good price.

2. I would put my money in if i can get more details in to it.
(a) Where can i read more on the restructuring plan?
(b) Assuming the gaming act is amended to allow online betting, i doubt the impact will be big and can be seen immediately. @throx commented Damacai has dmcGO, but the impact is questionable, also the app is not directly downloadable from the playstore, only as .apk (mayb to circumvent rules?), on apple app store theres' only 24 mixed reviews.
(c) What do you mean by monetization of non-core assets? Where can i read more on this?
10/04/2018 12:27
Lim Tek Wai You are right
10/04/2018 12:30
Biker2b @ironcrowz
a) Regarding restructuring plan - Pay attention to major shareholders movement involving Berjaya group of companies i.e BJAsset, 7-11, BJGroup, etc especially after TSVT resuming Chairmanship
b) Regarding online gaming - At least it provides level playing field with illegal gambling and prevent BJTOTO board/management from continuously taking aged lame excuses for their non-performance.
c) Regarding monetization of non-core assets - Was mentioned during 2017 AGM. In addition, unless TSVT's lieutenants are sleeping, what's the rationale of having car, hotel and pizza businesses within BJTOTO, whereas there is BAuto, BJLand and BJFood which align better synergies ?
10/04/2018 15:01
KISSinvest Quite pessimistic a lot of ppl, talk as if it is gonna bankrupt. Lets wait and see when you are 85 like kyy, bjtoto will still be here or not.
13/04/2018 13:27
geary Ha... Bought... Averaging...@<2.10...Hold...for its dividend yield...!!!
13/04/2018 17:28
chiahow80 KISSinvest, yeah, you will feel very down if you keep reading the post here and you may also found not sure they are BJTOTO share holder or just come in talking like expert and ask everyone dont trust on this counter. For me, I m enjoying the div as I bought at low price :).
15/04/2018 15:49
Biker2b It's ok to hear from both sides as long as there is substance in sharing rationales instead of baseless rubbish.
16/04/2018 11:30
Lee Richard At least 7% pa is better than EPF at average 6%...
17/04/2018 00:33
apolloang can maintain or not?
17/04/2018 00:37
nkk53 Bought toto since 2012.Overall still losing money.From high of 3.70 to 2.08 now
18/04/2018 18:14
nkk53 Bought magnum at the same time,but after the income tax issue,lost money also.High of 2.70 to 1.70.Who dare to say gaming stocks are worth their money?Bank fd definately safer and less sleepless nights!!!
18/04/2018 18:18
fourM I though 2.80 is good entry point, but now 2.08.....loss more than 25%
18/04/2018 22:37
Lee Richard I guess Trust is everything.,, theses days many companies includes Berjaya had lost trust and reputation despite the Director still make can millions. ..but history told us you lost trust.., you lost everything..,see Sunreit price is higher than few years back and still paying 6% dividend.., Hope Berjaya and Tropicana mgt understand Trust is everything..,See Berjaya"s brother Tropicna NAV at 2.10 but its share price is only 0.80 ... Indicate the Value of TRUST is lacking.....see Capitaland Singapore doing well and keep growing based on foundation of honesty and Trust.., I remember while working on KL Sentral Suasana Condo., project ., Due to 1997 Asia Financial Crisis., most project delayed in completion., hence Developer need to honour LD payment to purchaser but I told Capitaland (Singapore)director how Meranti Park in Bukit Berjaya did..,pay less 6 months due to Council support letter and deduct from maintenance bill and paying voucher.. What I thought was very clever as it was saving to company but I was blasted by Capitaland director .., Capitaland director decided to ensure long term growth they must honour 100% LD and even 10% rental guarantee scheme despite only 6% achieved..,Today Capitaland KL Sentral project and the rest doing so well and Berjaya hill still struggling..., TRUST takes years to Build but days to destroy !!
19/04/2018 11:14
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