Highlights
KLSE: PRLEXUS (8966)       PROLEXUS BHD Main : Consumer
Last Price Today's Change   Day's Range   Trading Volume
1.27   +0.01 (0.79%)  1.27 - 1.28  104,100
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Financials


Market Cap: 229 Million

Market Cap 229 Million
NOSH 180 Million

Latest Audited Result:  31-Jul-2016

Latest Audited Result: 31-Jul-2016
Announcement Date 24-Nov-2016
Next Audited Result: 31-Jul-2017
Est. Ann. Date: 24-Nov-2017
Est. Ann. Due Date: 27-Jan-2018

Latest Quarter:  30-Apr-2017 [#3]

Latest Quarter: 30-Apr-2017 [#3]
Announcement Date 30-Jun-2017
Next Quarter: 31-Jul-2017
Est. Ann. Date: 29-Sep-2017
Est. Ann. Due Date: 29-Sep-2017
QoQ | YoY   -79.22%  |    -53.94%

Annual (Unaudited) ( EPS: 15.65, P/E: 8.11 )

Revenue | NP to SH 402,737  |  28,172
RPS | P/RPS 223.75 Cent  |  0.57
EPS | P/E | EY 15.65 Cent  |  8.11  |  12.32%
DPS | DY | Payout % 1.38 Cent  |  1.09%  |  8.83%
NAPS | P/NAPS 1.08  |  1.18
YoY   35.62%
NP Margin | ROE 8.19%  |  14.51%
F.Y. | Ann. Date 31-Jul-2016  |  29-Sep-2016

T4Q Result ( EPS: 14.25, P/E: 8.91 )

Revenue | NP to SH 383,362  |  25,654
RPS | P/RPS 212.98 Cent  |  0.60
EPS | P/E | EY 14.25 Cent  |  8.91  |  11.22%
DPS | DY | Payout % 1.19 Cent  |  0.94%  |  8.33%
NAPS | P/NAPS 1.29  |  0.98
QoQ | YoY   -6.76%  |    4.47%
NP Margin | ROE 7.85%  |  11.04%
F.Y. | Ann. Date 30-Apr-2017  |  30-Jun-2017

Annualized Result ( EPS: 11.61, P/E: 10.94 )

Revenue | NP to SH 344,157  |  20,902
RPS | P/RPS 191.20 Cent  |  0.66
EPS | P/E | EY 11.61 Cent  |  10.94  |  9.14%
DPS | DY | Payout % -
NAPS | P/NAPS -
QoQ | YoY   -25.81%  |    -13.84%
NP Margin | ROE 7.44%  |  8.97%
F.Y. | Ann. Date 30-Apr-2017  |  30-Jun-2017


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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
31-Jul-2017 30-Jun-2017 30-Apr-2017 3 61,719 3,414 2,163 1,589 2,135 232,369 134.41% 3.50% 0.68% 170,860 36.12 34.29 0.93 0.88 1.25 1.19 1.3600 1.29   -79.22%   -53.94% 28-Apr-2017 1.49 4.12 160.22 1.10 0.62% 0.84% 30-Jun-2017 1.55 4.29 166.67 1.14 0.60% 0.81%
31-Jul-2017 27-Mar-2017 31-Jan-2017 2 108,876 12,673 9,572 7,648 - 227,557 - % 8.79% 3.36% 171,096 63.63 60.49 4.47 4.25 0.00 0.00 1.3300 1.26   18.76%   8.99% 31-Jan-2017 1.41 2.22 31.54 1.06 3.17% 0.00% 1.38 2.17 30.87 1.04 3.24% 0.00%
31-Jul-2017 16-Dec-2016 31-Oct-2016 1 87,523 8,936 7,475 6,440 - 218,074 - % 8.54% 2.95% 170,370 51.37 48.62 3.78 3.58 0.00 0.00 1.2800 1.21   -35.45%   -16.67% 31-Oct-2016 1.59 3.10 42.06 1.24 2.38% 0.00% 16-Dec-2016 1.50 2.92 39.68 1.17 2.52% 0.00%
31-Jul-2016 29-Sep-2016 31-Jul-2016 4 125,244 14,694 10,889 9,977 - 193,905 - % 8.69% 5.15% 165,730 75.57 69.58 6.02 5.54 0.00 0.00 1.1700 1.08   189.19%   56.82% 29-Jul-2016 1.48 1.96 24.58 1.26 4.07% 0.00% 29-Sep-2016 1.49 1.97 24.75 1.27 4.04% 0.00%
31-Jul-2016 24-Jun-2016 30-Apr-2016 3 72,948 3,940 4,630 3,450 - 129,103 - % 6.35% 2.67% 108,490 67.24 40.53 3.18 1.92 0.00 0.00 1.1900 0.72   -50.83%   64.44% 29-Apr-2016 1.87 2.78 58.81 1.57 1.70% 0.00% 24-Jun-2016 1.42 2.11 44.65 1.19 2.24% 0.00%
31-Jul-2016 28-Mar-2016 31-Jan-2016 2 99,867 10,515 8,434 7,017 1,619 126,305 23.08% 8.45% 5.56% 107,953 92.51 55.48 6.50 3.90 1.50 0.90 1.1700 0.70   -9.20%   1.52% 29-Jan-2016 2.23 2.41 34.31 1.91 2.91% 0.67% 28-Mar-2016 1.86 2.01 28.62 1.59 3.49% 0.81%
31-Jul-2016 10-Dec-2015 31-Oct-2015 1 104,678 11,290 9,032 7,728 - 122,190 - % 8.63% 6.32% 107,184 97.66 58.16 7.21 4.29 0.00 0.00 1.1400 0.68   21.47%   43.11% 30-Oct-2015 2.54 2.60 35.23 2.23 2.84% 0.00% 10-Dec-2015 2.66 2.72 36.89 2.33 2.71% 0.00%
31-Jul-2015 29-Sep-2015 31-Jul-2015 4 119,991 11,034 6,936 6,362 - 107,912 - % 5.78% 5.90% 107,912 111.19 66.66 3.88 3.53 0.00 0.00 1.0000 0.60   203.24%   11.22% 31-Jul-2015 2.59 2.33 43.93 2.59 2.28% 0.00% 29-Sep-2015 2.44 2.19 41.39 2.44 2.42% 0.00%
31-Jul-2015 23-Jun-2015 30-Apr-2015 3 66,733 4,081 3,020 2,098 - 104,362 - % 4.53% 2.01% 107,589 62.03 37.07 1.95 1.17 0.00 0.00 0.9700 0.58   -69.65%   -6.21% 30-Apr-2015 1.72 2.77 88.21 1.77 1.13% 0.00% 23-Jun-2015 2.16 3.48 110.77 2.23 0.90% 0.00%
31-Jul-2015 27-Mar-2015 31-Jan-2015 2 83,913 8,871 7,984 6,912 1,604 101,647 23.22% 9.51% 6.80% 106,996 78.43 46.62 6.46 3.84 1.50 0.89 0.9500 0.56   28.00%   2.86% 30-Jan-2015 1.52 1.94 23.53 1.60 4.25% 0.99% 27-Mar-2015 1.88 2.40 29.10 1.98 3.44% 0.80%
31-Jul-2015 10-Dec-2014 31-Oct-2014 1 79,703 7,069 6,083 5,400 - 96,050 - % 7.63% 5.62% 75,630 105.39 44.28 7.14 3.00 0.00 0.00 1.2700 0.53   -5.59%   39.21% 31-Oct-2014 1.68 1.59 23.53 1.32 4.25% 0.00% 10-Dec-2014 1.69 1.60 23.67 1.33 4.22% 0.00%
31-Jul-2014 29-Sep-2014 31-Jul-2014 4 89,717 7,172 6,360 5,720 - 74,569 - % 7.09% 7.67% 74,569 120.31 49.84 5.43 3.18 0.00 0.00 1.0000 0.41   155.70%   32.84% 31-Jul-2014 1.52 1.26 19.82 1.52 5.05% 0.00% 29-Sep-2014 1.63 1.35 21.25 1.63 4.71% 0.00%
31-Jul-2014 23-Jun-2014 30-Apr-2014 3 53,345 1,611 2,451 2,237 - 83,237 - % 4.59% 2.69% 74,318 71.78 29.64 3.01 1.24 0.00 0.00 1.1200 0.46   -66.71%   -17.39% 30-Apr-2014 1.40 1.95 46.51 1.25 2.15% 0.00% 23-Jun-2014 1.81 2.52 60.13 1.62 1.66% 0.00%
31-Jul-2014 21-Mar-2014 31-Jan-2014 2 84,491 10,172 7,390 6,720 - 80,758 - % 8.75% 8.32% 74,090 114.04 46.94 9.07 3.73 0.00 0.00 1.0900 0.45   73.24%   37.45% 30-Jan-2014 1.04 0.91 11.47 0.95 8.72% 0.00% 21-Mar-2014 1.16 1.02 12.79 1.06 7.82% 0.00%
31-Jul-2014 12-Dec-2013 31-Oct-2013 1 66,560 5,218 4,600 3,879 - 73,705 - % 6.91% 5.26% 73,705 90.30 36.98 5.26 2.16 0.00 0.00 1.0000 0.41   -9.92%   13.45% 31-Oct-2013 1.12 1.24 21.28 1.12 4.70% 0.00% 12-Dec-2013 1.15 1.27 21.85 1.15 4.58% 0.00%
31-Jul-2013 26-Sep-2013 31-Jul-2013 4 75,304 6,648 4,826 4,306 - 83,686 - % 6.41% 5.15% 36,866 204.26 41.84 11.68 2.39 0.00 0.00 2.2700 0.46   59.01%   110.98% 31-Jul-2013 1.94 0.95 16.61 0.85 6.02% 0.00% 26-Sep-2013 1.06 0.52 9.08 0.47 11.02% 0.00%
31-Jul-2013 24-Jun-2013 30-Apr-2013 3 46,895 2,810 2,777 2,708 - 78,108 - % 5.92% 3.47% 36,843 127.28 26.05 7.35 1.50 0.00 0.00 2.1200 0.43   -44.61%   5.17% 30-Apr-2013 1.32 1.04 17.96 0.62 5.57% 0.00% 24-Jun-2013 2.10 1.65 28.57 0.99 3.50% 0.00%
31-Jul-2013 26-Mar-2013 31-Jan-2013 2 64,046 5,766 5,439 4,889 - 72,144 - % 8.49% 6.78% 35,021 182.88 35.58 13.96 2.72 0.00 0.00 2.0600 0.40   43.00%   67.03% 31-Jan-2013 1.07 0.59 7.66 0.52 13.05% 0.00% 26-Mar-2013 0.91 0.50 6.52 0.44 15.34% 0.00%
31-Jul-2013 21-Dec-2012 31-Oct-2012 1 49,300 4,145 4,010 3,419 - 66,019 - % 8.13% 5.18% 36,882 133.67 27.39 9.27 1.90 0.00 0.00 1.7900 0.37   67.52%   83.23% 31-Oct-2012 0.83 0.62 8.95 0.46 11.17% 0.00% 21-Dec-2012 0.82 0.61 8.85 0.46 11.30% 0.00%
31-Jul-2012 25-Sep-2012 31-Jul-2012 4 49,757 2,028 2,502 2,041 - 61,972 - % 5.03% 3.29% 37,109 134.08 27.64 5.50 1.13 0.00 0.00 1.6700 0.34   -20.74%   -23.79% 31-Jul-2012 0.81 0.60 14.73 0.49 6.79% 0.00% 25-Sep-2012 0.86 0.64 15.64 0.51 6.40% 0.00%
31-Jul-2012 26-Jun-2012 30-Apr-2012 3 44,630 2,910 2,760 2,575 - 59,025 - % 6.18% 4.36% 36,891 120.98 24.79 6.98 1.43 0.00 0.00 1.6000 0.33   -12.03%   41.95% 30-Apr-2012 0.62 0.51 8.88 0.39 11.26% 0.00% 26-Jun-2012 0.63 0.52 9.03 0.39 11.08% 0.00%
31-Jul-2012 30-Mar-2012 31-Jan-2012 2 48,481 3,578 3,428 2,927 - 56,064 - % 7.07% 5.22% 36,405 133.17 26.93 8.04 1.63 0.00 0.00 1.5400 0.31   56.86%   194.47% 31-Jan-2012 0.41 0.31 5.10 0.27 19.61% 0.00% 30-Mar-2012 0.63 0.47 7.84 0.41 12.76% 0.00%
31-Jul-2012 16-Dec-2011 31-Oct-2011 1 46,671 2,105 2,005 1,866 - 52,481 - % 4.30% 3.56% 36,445 128.06 25.93 5.12 1.04 0.00 0.00 1.4400 0.29   -30.32%   373.60% 31-Oct-2011 0.35 0.27 6.84 0.24 14.63% 0.00% 16-Dec-2011 0.38 0.30 7.42 0.26 13.47% 0.00%
31-Jul-2011 23-Sep-2011 31-Jul-2011 4 57,172 2,213 2,898 2,678 - 51,026 - % 5.07% 5.25% 36,189 157.98 31.76 7.40 1.49 0.00 0.00 1.4100 0.28   47.63%   456.59% 29-Jul-2011 0.34 0.22 4.59 0.24 21.76% 0.00% 23-Sep-2011 0.34 0.22 4.59 0.24 21.76% 0.00%
31-Jul-2011 27-Jun-2011 30-Apr-2011 3 43,187 2,165 1,635 1,814 - 48,810 - % 3.79% 3.72% 36,425 118.56 23.99 4.98 1.01 0.00 0.00 1.3400 0.27   82.49%   43.17% 29-Apr-2011 0.33 0.28 6.63 0.25 15.09% 0.00% 27-Jun-2011 0.31 0.26 6.22 0.23 16.06% 0.00%
31-Jul-2011 28-Mar-2011 31-Jan-2011 2 44,703 1,372 781 994 - 46,605 - % 1.75% 2.13% 36,410 122.78 24.84 2.73 0.55 0.00 0.00 1.2800 0.26   152.28%   -8.72% 31-Jan-2011 0.31 0.25 11.36 0.24 8.81% 0.00% 28-Mar-2011 0.32 0.26 11.72 0.25 8.53% 0.00%
31-Jul-2011 23-Dec-2010 31-Oct-2010 1 38,735 346 162 394 - 45,966 - % 0.42% 0.86% 36,481 106.18 21.52 1.08 0.22 0.00 0.00 1.2600 0.26   152.46%   -80.88% 29-Oct-2010 0.36 0.34 33.33 0.29 3.00% 0.00% 23-Dec-2010 0.38 0.36 35.19 0.30 2.84% 0.00%
31-Jul-2010 28-Sep-2010 31-Jul-2010 4 37,804 -208 -562 -751 - 42,299 - % -1.49% -1.78% 30,000 126.01 21.00 -2.10 -0.42 0.00 0.00 1.4100 0.23   -159.27%   -165.82% 30-Jul-2010 0.41 0.33 -16.38 0.29 -6.11% 0.00% 28-Sep-2010 0.43 0.34 -17.18 0.30 -5.82% 0.00%
31-Jul-2010 28-Jun-2010 30-Apr-2010 3 30,604 1,559 1,037 1,267 - 40,777 - % 3.39% 3.11% 36,408 84.06 17.00 3.48 0.70 0.00 0.00 1.1200 0.23   16.35%   -1.71% 30-Apr-2010 0.39 0.46 11.21 0.35 8.92% 0.00% 28-Jun-2010 0.40 0.48 11.49 0.36 8.70% 0.00%
31-Jul-2010 26-Mar-2010 31-Jan-2010 2 29,089 1,400 1,024 1,089 - 40,063 - % 3.52% 2.72% 36,421 79.87 16.16 2.99 0.61 0.00 0.00 1.1000 0.22   -47.16%   288.41% 29-Jan-2010 0.41 0.51 13.71 0.37 7.29% 0.00% 26-Mar-2010 0.40 0.50 13.38 0.36 7.48% 0.00%
31-Jul-2010 29-Dec-2009 31-Oct-2009 1 39,378 2,755 1,903 2,061 - 38,962 - % 4.83% 5.29% 36,413 108.14 21.88 5.66 1.15 0.00 0.00 1.0700 0.22   80.63%   332.88% 30-Oct-2009 0.28 0.26 4.95 0.26 20.21% 0.00% 29-Dec-2009 0.28 0.26 4.95 0.26 20.21% 0.00%
31-Jul-2009 29-Sep-2009 31-Jul-2009 4 46,944 2,852 1,011 1,141 - 37,174 - % 2.15% 3.07% 36,806 127.54 26.08 3.10 0.63 0.00 0.00 1.0100 0.21   -11.48%   103.02% 31-Jul-2009 0.25 0.20 8.06 0.25 12.40% 0.00% 29-Sep-2009 0.25 0.20 8.06 0.25 12.40% 0.00%
31-Jul-2009 29-Jun-2009 30-Apr-2009 3 30,423 880 829 1,289 - 36,048 - % 2.72% 3.58% 36,412 83.55 16.90 3.54 0.72 0.00 0.00 0.9900 0.20   323.01%   87.90% 30-Apr-2009 0.28 0.34 7.91 0.28 12.64% 0.00% 29-Jun-2009 0.25 0.30 7.06 0.25 14.16% 0.00%
31-Jul-2009 27-Mar-2009 31-Jan-2009 2 29,143 -660 -589 -578 - 35,261 - % -2.02% -1.64% 36,352 80.17 16.19 -1.59 -0.32 0.00 0.00 0.9700 0.20   34.69%   -11,660.00% 30-Jan-2009 0.14 0.17 -8.81 0.14 -11.36% 0.00% 27-Mar-2009 0.20 0.25 -12.58 0.21 -7.95% 0.00%
31-Jul-2009 19-Dec-2008 31-Oct-2008 1 43,488 -936 -990 -885 - 35,399 - % -2.28% -2.50% 36,122 120.39 24.16 -2.45 -0.49 0.00 0.00 0.9800 0.20   -257.47%   58.20% 31-Oct-2008 0.14 0.12 -5.71 0.14 -17.50% 0.00% 19-Dec-2008 0.12 0.10 -4.90 0.12 -20.42% 0.00%
31-Jul-2008 26-Sep-2008 31-Jul-2008 4 57,293 359 601 562 - 36,764 - % 1.05% 1.53% 36,400 157.39 31.83 1.50 0.31 0.00 0.00 1.0100 0.20   -18.08%   150.68% 31-Jul-2008 0.23 0.15 14.90 0.23 6.71% 0.00% 26-Sep-2008 0.20 0.13 12.95 0.20 7.72% 0.00%
31-Jul-2008 23-Jun-2008 30-Apr-2008 3 40,297 762 702 686 - 38,313 - % 1.74% 1.79% 36,489 110.43 22.39 1.88 0.38 0.00 0.00 1.0500 0.21   13,620.00%   145.22% 30-Apr-2008 0.28 0.25 14.89 0.27 6.71% 0.00% 23-Jun-2008 0.28 0.25 14.89 0.27 6.71% 0.00%
31-Jul-2008 28-Mar-2008 31-Jan-2008 2 43,559 112 52 5 - 51,499 - % 0.12% 0.01% 50,000 87.12 24.20 0.01 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.0300 0.29   100.24%   100.16% 31-Jan-2008 0.28 0.32 2,800.00 0.27 0.04% 0.00% 28-Mar-2008 0.21 0.24 2,100.00 0.20 0.05% 0.00%
31-Jul-2008 21-Dec-2007 31-Oct-2007 1 39,095 -2,000 -2,100 -2,117 - 37,530 - % -5.37% -5.64% 36,437 107.29 21.72 -5.81 -1.18 0.00 0.00 1.0300 0.21   -90.89%   -583.33% 31-Oct-2007 0.37 0.34 -6.37 0.36 -15.70% 0.00% 21-Dec-2007 0.28 0.26 -4.82 0.27 -20.75% 0.00%
31-Jul-2007 28-Sep-2007 31-Jul-2007 4 38,770 -1,077 -1,062 -1,109 - 42,653 - % -2.74% -2.60% 38,776 99.98 21.54 -2.86 -0.62 0.00 0.00 1.1000 0.24   26.90%   -236.41% 31-Jul-2007 0.61 0.61 -21.33 0.55 -4.69% 0.00% 28-Sep-2007 0.39 0.39 -13.64 0.35 -7.33% 0.00%

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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paktua73 old man come back from holiday see ll red huhu
old man hold laa until all back green he he
17/07/2017 09:56
CKCS Who has the rights to decide only licensed adviser can give advice? You sounded like an illogical idiot who doesn't understand or differentiate logical thoughts. Seriously?
17/07/2017 10:03
Skliew Go and read Securities Industry Act 1983.

You are a real IDIOT! SO NAIVE AND IGNORANCE!

Do you know we have a SECURITIES COMMISSION?

HAHAHA!
17/07/2017 10:53
CKCS Who wrote these lines ah?

Jul 7, 2017 05:11 PM | Report Abuse

I am going to leave this forum...
No point be here with all these nuisance.
I will delete all my posts here...
Good luck to all !
Thank you !
17/07/2017 11:32
CKCS Too bad u are just another salesman who got deeply stuck. Now everyday u become a fulltime salesman. Loser
17/07/2017 11:33
CKCS Salesman runs out of idea? Did u use EPF as a reason to buy? Woah....pathetic loh
17/07/2017 11:35
Skliew PATHETIC!!!

REAL PATHETIC!!

DON'T EVEN KNOW THERE IS A SECURITIES COMMISSION!!

DARE TO COME TO 13 FORUM AND FIGHT WITH ALL THE PEOPLE!!
17/07/2017 12:20
Skliew I AM A WINNER IN BURSA!!

70% OF MY SHARES I AM HOLDING ARE MY ACCUMULATED WINNINGS!

HAHAHA!!
17/07/2017 12:23
CKCS Cry out loud, loser! LMAO
17/07/2017 12:43
CKCS Not u said leave this forum meh? Read your own statement LMAO:

Jul 7, 2017 05:11 PM | Report Abuse

I am going to leave this forum...
No point be here with all these nuisance.
I will delete all my posts here...
Good luck to all !
Thank you !
17/07/2017 12:44
Skliew I decided to come back and so What? Do you own this forum?
17/07/2017 12:47
Skliew You are the one who should leave this forum.. You didn't add any value to it?

How can you ?

DON'T EVEN KNOW THERE IS A SECURITIES COMMISSION !!!

SO SHAMEFUL ON YOU!
17/07/2017 12:53
Jon Choivo Skliew.

Just dont reply him. Later you will turn this forum into like the evergreen forum.

He's a troll. He gets off from pissing people off to get a reaction. Relax.

If you think its a worthy investment, all the talking by him wont change anything in the long term anyway. Everything moves towards fair value in the long term.
17/07/2017 13:11
Skliew Jon Choivo,

Thank you !

I will just ignore him from now on.

Save my breath!

HAHAHA!!
17/07/2017 13:21
CKCS This salesman making losses still. Now got angry. LMAO
17/07/2017 14:23
CKCS Are u serious? A strong company's share price won't become a run-down state like this. Which part did u not agree? Obviously it's embarking on expansion and that takes a long time to succeed. Most smart investors knew PRlexus earnings will suffer for the next few quarters due to this massive expansion. Double expansion mah. Didn't analysts and IB gave the same speech as me?
17/07/2017 14:27
Dolly_Chai2 Skliew, I agreed with what Jon said.. that is why I decided to stop replying to his manipulated info in Evergreen forum...
this idixt is a typical loser + provoker + psychx who gets excited when he gets to irritate ppl...

wise investors would know how to differentiate real or manipulated info...

wise investors would know that a single quarter's performance does not mean end-of-world to a fundamentally good company with sound past records...

just let him continue to bxrk...
17/07/2017 14:38
CKCS Share price and qtr results won't lie. Only human do
17/07/2017 14:58
nikicheong For those who are invested in Prolexus, I have some questions to ask and I hope you'd be willing to share with the rest of us.

1) When and at what price did you first buy in to Hevea?

2) Have you added to or reduced your positions once the price tanked after the quarterly report?

3) How long do you presume the share price weakness to last? Is this the bottom in your opinion, or do you foresee it going lower still in the coming weeks?

4) Do you still believe in the Prolexus growth plan? When do you foresee a positive turnaround in terms of topline and bottomline?

Thanks!

PS: Just wanna gauge the opinion of Prolexus investors on this forum.
17/07/2017 20:48
CKCS Dolly_Chai the loser who got stuck again in every counters he was reporting in. Both also profit halved

Evergreen qtr profit -48.89% y-o-y
Prlexus qtr profit -46.06% y-o-y
18/07/2017 08:23
CKCS Well done loser Chai
18/07/2017 08:24
Dolly_Chai2 nikicheong, i saw some of your previous comments on how to bottom fish and predict the lowest entry price...
frankly speaking, that is really ridiculous... u kept revising/lowering your target entry price before you buy... why did you keep changing that target price and how did you derive at those prices?

No one can ever predict the lowest price or the highest price.. we don't have a crystal ball in front of us? you sounded like an expert in predicting how low it can go... and it could end up you miss the chance to buy any.

a value investor should evaluate the intrinsic value and margin of safety...(if you did, why are you lowering you entry price every time when it went down more?). and as long as it is undervalued, we can keep buying as long as we have sufficient funds... bcoz like i said, we will never know what is the bottom price...

therefore, my advice to you is.. do not try to act smart by timing the best/lowest price.. u will never get to do that (if yes, that is just by luck)...
18/07/2017 10:07
apolloang will not up until profit improve,simple as that
18/07/2017 10:18
nikicheong Well Dolly_Chai, what better way to achieve better margin of safety than to BE PATIENT? As long as there are no immediate re-rating catalysts, what's the hurry? Besides, this is not the only stock on my watchlist. I believe I will buy it, someday. Just not yet. I figured this time round it would be better for me to buy MMHE.

To me, being patient pays off. Monitor 10 stocks. Buy the one with immediate catalyst. Wait for the others to go much lower. So far it's a good strategy for me. Look at my comments on MMHE forum on this website from 2 months ago to see how I was patient and waited, and bought at my target price.

You think it's luck, I don't think it's luck. The opportunities that pass...I let them go. But the opportunities that do present themselves...those are the fat pitches. You need to understand the relationship between risk, probabilities and statistics to see what I am doing.
18/07/2017 10:21
Ymchan @Dolly_Chai2, agreed with your point of view. We can't predict the lowest or highest price.
18/07/2017 10:22
nikicheong @DollyChai, see my comments on this website on other counters.

In May, the final choice was between Hevea and Prolexus. Based on my risk analysis, I chose Hevea.

In June, the final choice was between Tan Chong and Prolexus. Again, I did a risk analysis and chose Tan Chong.

In July, the final choice was between MMHE and Prolexus. I was very tempted to get Prolexus this time, as it had met my buy-in price, but on the whole I saw MMHE as a fatter pitch.

So now I relegate Prolexus to August. I will monitor and top-up Tan Chong/MMHE if needed, but likely Prolexus will be a buy if it remains at the current price levels. Another company I am studying at the moment which might prove to be the better buy depending on circumstances is Asia File.

I hope you understand my logic. Prolexus does not exist in a vacuum. My final investment decisions are always made when comparing two good prospective options.
18/07/2017 10:26
Dolly_Chai2 In general, if you really adopt value investing:

1) yes, we need patience. But that is the patience to wait for good company to trade at discounted/undervalued price (with margin of safety, the more, the better). In this scenario, it is not referring to "patience" of keep lowering the entry price even though it already trades below its intrinsic value with plenty room of safety margin. Good shares/blue chips normally trade at a premium. That is why we do not buy them at such expensive price. The patience here means wait for them to trade below its intrinsic value.

2) there are more than 1000 shares in Bursa alone, not counting other exchanges all over the world. We do not have enough time to look into each of these shares (maybe you can? wow)... once we found a fundamentally sound and solid share, we will evaluate its margin of safety... if it is undervalued, we can buy. We have to do certain level of risk management. Maybe u r a high risk taker, u can "sailang" in one share... I can't.. many value investors can't too.. we have a number of value shares instead of putting all in one single share... from what u said.. i assume u will look at 10 fundamentally good shares... end up only buying 1 share (or 0 share) with all your funds..
that is super risky even for good share.. if 5 of these 10 shares trade below their intrinsic value, we should buy them (or 3 to 4 of these 5) instead of buying all in one share..

just my little advice... up to you .. you own your own investment... thanks...
18/07/2017 10:34
CKCS Double expansion means earnings won't be attractive loh. That is why investors sold it out...u can call it betrayal but what is the point of getting your money tied and stuck in a company with such long payback period after double expansion?
18/07/2017 13:53
Jon Choivo nikicheong,

Is it possible to predict the absolute lowest price with some accuracy to bottom fish?

Yes actually, however, it is stupidly difficult since it requires you to read volume, distribution etc, and to back test against bursa to test efficacy of your theory. Which is why, i think this is the domain of quants, or algorithmic trading. And the thing is, the more quant firms and AI's they are, the harder it is and the smaller the gain, since the previous patterns would have people bottom fishing too.

I follow like this. I do my analysis to determine is i would like to buy at that price, and i buy or don't buy. That's it. Though if im honest, sometimes i try to time it, but its like 50/50 honestly.

There are certain reliable and easy to recognize patterns which i use. but am not going to say since if more people use, the edge reduces. But its very hard for algo trading to work in msia since we dont have options and shorting ability.

dollychai2,

I actually read through the annual reports of every company in bursa =P. Doing comparative analysis now. Bursa is actually really small with less than 900 companies. The S&P plus DOW is more than 10k companies. You cant even keep track of quarterlies unlike here in msia.

i finished them in 2 months. A lot of companies is really easy to skip since you just look also you know wont hit your criteria. So in the end, you only really do analysis on like 100 companies and in there got like 40-50 that is considered cheap. and like 10-20 that is really cheap.
18/07/2017 14:01
Jon Choivo Niki,

So yeah, i buy at the price i consider fair cause i dont have the brain power or time to really predict the bottom. and the time spent timing the market is better spent doing research.

I've also looked at asiafile once. Great BS, good div etc. But NTA wise its not undervalued, since most of the asset in PPE and Investment in associate. Which i just discount to zero, since in the event of liquidation its really not worth much.

OPCF to MV is it about 8-9 times. Which is really high since this is a business that is not growing (or even going down since people these days just upload docs into system) and really susceptible to attacks by lower pricing in say china. Plus PRLEXUS trades at 5 times, PetronM also 5 times,, thong guan 5 times, Except these are all in growing industries, and petronm is really cheap actually.

the only reason the price stay there is cause of dividend. In which case, if that is important, id just buy liihen, trading at 6-7 times opcf.
18/07/2017 14:09
Jon Choivo I sold my warrants in prlexus on the first day, and bought more mother at 1.3.

In hindshight, i should have just sold everything and buy at 1.3, But i also remember ekovest, where i tried to time market, i bought at 2, sold at 2.2, wanted to wait for it to go below 2.2 to buy again. In the end it never went down, and i never bought, because in my mind, i kept thinking i could have gotten it cheaper, making me fail to value it as and then.

Also if your looking, fimacor is at 5 times and have moat since it makes security documents. Aeoncr is also a fantastic company, trading at 3 times operating cashflow, people fail to value it properly since most of its earnings go back in to make more money. If they gave it out in div, price would double.
18/07/2017 14:17
CKCS Salesman getting nervous because share price getting lower and lower.....it collapsed because fundamentals tell everyone that the DOUBLE EXPANSION is sucking a lot of money from company & shareholders mah. Later not enough money for operations, sure it asks for more money or fund raising exercises. That is why investors THROW or DUMP the shares loh
18/07/2017 14:36
CKCS Both also profit halved

Evergreen qtr profit -48.89% y-o-y
Prlexus qtr profit -46.06% y-o-y
18/07/2017 14:37
Jon Choivo lol ckcs got banned.
18/07/2017 18:27
Skliew http://www.mds-intl.com/en-global/Page/company

Men Chuen Fibre Industry co ltd
Prolexus' partner in the dual expansions via Subsidiary Trans Pacific Textiles
21/07/2017 16:55
nikicheong Damn, the directors exercise 3 mil ESOS. Dilution even more.
21/07/2017 23:06
Skliew https://my.jora.com/Trans-Pacific-Textile-(M)-Sdn-Bhd-jobs#email_alert_modal

Looking for talents!
24/07/2017 09:19
Yoon Yeap Lower Just one question, do u all think prolexus has this warren buffet called 'moat' that they can outperform industry players in long run?
24/07/2017 12:49
Dolly_Chai2 Yoon Yeap Lower, the answer is yes and no...

Like i mentioned before, it is not as easy as a new hawker getting into a pasar malam to start selling. Nike, Under Armour, Asics, etc big shots are very stringent and particular in auditing their suppliers. You have to meet a certain criteria in order to be qualified as one of their approved vendors. One of the quality criteria is the "defect/reject rate"... so far Prlexus has outperformed and has much lower "defect rate" than what is being required.

However, it is not to say for 100% that they cannot be replaced. To be fair, there is such a possibility too but in common sense, if Prlexus can offer reasonable pricing and meet quality & delivery leadtime to Nike, UA & Asics, etc, there is no reason for them to change suddenly. Unless there is a prominent new supplier who can quote at a much lower price (that is significant enough to Nike, UA, Asics). Let's examine if this is possible? If you look at the profit margin of this apparel industry (I am talking about contract manufacturing that Prlexus and Magni do, not the business that Nike, UA, etc is doing), it is not really fat.
Magni has more profit because their revenue is also 2-3 times higher (I believe their profit margin should be similar, correct me if I am wrong)...

So it is unlikely to see a new player who can quote much lower and still make a profit.
If there is, Nike, etc would have already engaged with them much earlier...

just my 2 cents.. I hope it helps...
24/07/2017 15:43
Yoon Yeap Lower Dolly, thanks, it definitely helps, i have been reading this company's financial for quite some time, so far the financial is impressive, but i just want to think for a quality or biz perspective, since magni and prolexus does not enjoy goodwill like Nike does. What made me want to study more is EPF, they started to collect even the last quarter is terrible, I guess their time horizon for investment is long. One more question, does drop of earnings in last quarter really bother you all very much?
24/07/2017 20:53
Jon Choivo In terms of moat, not really, very few companies in Bursa have moat. Companies with definite moat and hard to die.

1) PBA
2) TENAGA
3) AJINOMOTO
4) TIMECOM
5) NESTLE

Etc etc. other than PBA, the rest are really not cheap.
25/07/2017 10:08
paktua73 old man paper lost here 34k but old man still have fate here
lock for long time
old man cry here waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
25/07/2017 11:19
Skliew Nike FY17 apparel revenue USD9.654B. Nike sourced from 430 apparel factories in 41 countries. The market is also big enough for the producers. There are 2 types of apparel with different materials, knitted fabric or woven fabric. Prolexus produces knitted fabric whereas Magni the woven fabric. Nike is reducing inventory recently and this may have affected the sales of some suppliers perhaps those producers of the knitted fabric like Prolexus.

I expect the drop in earning in the last QR is only temporary as Nike cannot keep reducing inventory and at the same time aiming to increase the revenue from FY17 USD34B to USD50B by 2020. However, I expect the coming Prolexus QR to be not so good YOY as Nike may not have reduced the inventory to their target yet but I also expect the QR to be not bad as the 4Q used to be the strongest Q.

Once the new factories are up and audited by the OEM customers, the co could expect to receive new orders.

The fabric factory in Kluang could enhance PAT by 5% as reported in the rights issue circular to shareholders last year. The Vietnam factory could more than double the present capacity once fully run.

This is a long term stock and not suitable for those short term traders looking for quick gains and those who has no patience and confidence in the company.

In every investment, there is risk.

Just my views and
remember,

Buying/Selling at your own risks.
25/07/2017 12:21
Yoon Yeap Lower Skliew, bro where u got the info regarding the products magni and prolexus produce? Would like to read through the info as well
25/07/2017 13:33
Skliew You can read their annual reports .. it is mentioned somewhere therein...
And Prolexus is setting up a knitted fabric manufacturing factory....the material they use for their apparel manufacturing..
25/07/2017 13:38
Skliew http://www.magni-tech.com.my/?mod=pages&function=show_page&page_id=67

Check under the BUSINESS section .... Magni... sophicated.... woven sport wear....
25/07/2017 13:56
Skliew PDF]
2016 Annual Report - Prolexus Berhad
www.prolexus.com.my › pdf_folder › Pr...
Oct 31, 2016 - Shareholders who wish to receive the printed Annual Report and who require ..... Rights Issue will be used for setting up the apparel factory .... limited company specialising in knitted fabric.

This is the headline obtained by googling....
25/07/2017 14:19
Yoon Yeap Lower skliew, thanks alot bro
25/07/2017 23:33
newbiecc http://classifieds.sinchew.com.my/20170723/viewImage.html?contentName=3640042&thePubdate=20170723&thePubcode=%u661F%u6D32%u65E5%u5831%20SIN%20CHEW&theEdition=%u5927%u67D4%u4F5B&theClass=SITUATION_VACANT%u5F81%u8058&theSubclass=%u5F81%u8058
26/07/2017 10:07
Skliew According to the above advertisement, the knitted fabric factory annual production capacity is 200 million yards. How much is this in term of value, RM? How many millions pieces of apparel can it be made into?

Anyone knows?
26/07/2017 12:38