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Louise4
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Posted by Louise4 > Jun 19, 2020 3:04 PM |

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Louise4
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Donloh
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Posted by Donloh > Jun 19, 2020 5:13 PM | Report Abuse

Any good news for QL closing 9.80


KG1967
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Posted by KG1967 > Jun 22, 2020 3:22 PM | Report Abuse

run


Eric6790
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Posted by Eric6790 > Jun 22, 2020 4:45 PM | Report Abuse

why keep on drop?


DannyArcher
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Posted by DannyArcher > Jun 22, 2020 11:00 PM | Report Abuse

i bought this stock and decided to cut loss. I like QL and their business model, but the PE is simply too high. Dividend low too. The price must come down to reflect the true value. PE60+ is crazy. Love FamilyMart but dislike the valuation.


Danson Ang
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Posted by Danson Ang > Jun 23, 2020 12:19 AM | Report Abuse

It drops because it has to...u see it already gone higher than pre-covid price, does it means their business is better during covid? I don't think so lah, business sure got affected and drop, so question is who give u the confidence to chase high? For me, the reasonable price is below rm8 if i really want to invest in this share


Philip ( buy what you understand)
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Posted by Philip ( buy what you understand) > Jun 24, 2020 10:02 AM | Report Abuse

Ql is not a trading stock. Never was, never has been. Those who profit are those who bought and hold over 1 year, 2 years and 3 years period. If you buy Berkshire Hathaway hoping to make money over 1 month to 3 months, then sorry it just doesn't work that way. For those who are patient and can keep over the long term, then it will be very profitable


Kiyoshi Paradise
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Posted by Kiyoshi Paradise > Jun 24, 2020 4:35 PM | Report Abuse

Load some Astro & Astro C-21, Someone is quietly collecting ..., Surprise Soon.


changyl
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Posted by changyl > Jun 25, 2020 9:26 AM | Report Abuse

Waiting for QL QR ...


Alonso10
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Posted by Alonso10 > Jun 29, 2020 5:52 PM | Report Abuse

out d


Sslee
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Posted by Sslee > Jun 29, 2020 7:23 PM | Report Abuse

So QL income this quarter is losses:
Profit for the period: RM 44,780,000
Foreign currency translation differences for foreign operations: RM (64,447,00)
Share of gain/(loss) of equity-accounted associates: RM (1,000)
Cash flow hedge; RM (24,954,000)
Total comprehensive income for the period: RM (44,622,000)
Total comprehensive income attributable to:
Shareholders of the Company: RM (36,543,000)
Minority interests: RM (8,079,000)

Can’t wait to read what will be the IB report and TP?


stockraider
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Posted by stockraider > Jun 29, 2020 7:25 PM | Report Abuse

This type of sohai stock is very overvalue at above Rm 9.00 mah...!!

Even it is Rm 6.00 still overvalue loh...!!

Posted by Sslee > Jun 29, 2020 7:23 PM | Report Abuse

So QL income this quarter is losses:
Profit for the period: RM 44,780,000
Foreign currency translation differences for foreign operations: RM (64,447,00)
Share of gain/(loss) of equity-accounted associates: RM (1,000)
Cash flow hedge; RM (24,954,000)
Total comprehensive income for the period: RM (44,622,000)
Total comprehensive income attributable to:
Shareholders of the Company: RM (36,543,000)
Minority interests: RM (8,079,000)

Can’t wait to read what will be the IB report and TP?


Philip ( buy what you understand)
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Posted by Philip ( buy what you understand) > Jun 29, 2020 8:47 PM | Report Abuse

So losses in income? Oh no. I'm still enjoying my 4.5 send of dividends with huge increase in share price, and multiple splits thought the years. Profitability of business and excellent growth opportunities. Everyday say overvalued, but who is the one buying netx at 2 cent and 3 cent drop to 1 cent, and bought INSAS at 80 cent drop to 63 cent with reported losses. I'm sorry stockraider, you are still going to owe me bkt by the end of the year. Unfortunately knowing your character, you are going to continue bullshit and weasel your way out, so I don't want to waste my time entertaining you.


Philip ( buy what you understand)
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Posted by Philip ( buy what you understand) > Jun 29, 2020 8:51 PM | Report Abuse

I don't know which is sadder, that stockraider will continue to invest in horrible business like INSAS, NETX, that are losing money for him? Or he will continue to miss out on wonderful ten bagger businesses like QL and topglove...


changyl
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Posted by changyl > Jun 29, 2020 10:48 PM | Report Abuse

Oh my goodness... QL still delivered better than expected result.


Sslee
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Posted by Sslee > Jun 30, 2020 11:46 AM | Report Abuse

Dear Philip,
KUALA LUMPUR (June 29): Poultry farmer QL Resources Bhd, which reported a net profit for the fourth quarter ended March 31, 2020 (4QFY20) of RM42.97 million — little changed from RM43.26 million in the corresponding quarter last year — is planning to undertake a bonus share issuance on the basis of one bonus share for every two QL shares held on an entitlement date to be fixed.

So people chase High because of Bonus share issuance?

Insas report loss quarter because of unrealized AUD exchange losses and fair value changes of financial assets at fair value through profit or loss (quoted securities)

But QL report profitable quarter with some hidden accounting reporting in small print Foreign currency translation differences for foreign operations: RM (64,447,000)


Sslee
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Posted by Sslee > Jun 30, 2020 11:58 AM | Report Abuse

By the way can anyone tell me the different between:
Net profit attribute to the Shareholders of the Company: RM 42,969,000
Total comprehensive income attributable to Shareholders of the Company: RM (36,543,000)


Philip ( buy what you understand)
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Posted by Philip ( buy what you understand) > Jun 30, 2020 12:50 PM | Report Abuse

No, people chase high because QL is a very very STABLE stock with low volatility in earnings, consistent growth of revenue and earnings over time, and huge capability to grow earnings without going hat in hand to shareholders and asking for share placements, warrants, private placements etc. It is not prone to technology disruption, the competitive imbalance just grows over time over competitors like CCK, layhong, teoseng and LHI. Most individuals do not display a capacity of investing in wonderful companies because they are full of fear and believe things to be "overvalued". Guess what, many people have also missed the growth and earnings of Berkshire hathaway over time.

Why is Topglove up so 400% over 1 year? Why is QL up 37% from jan 2019? Why is Yinson up 50% from Jan 2019? Those are questions which you must ask yourself carefully over this period as stocks in insas, tunepro, bjland, jaks etc all tank...

Covid and crisis resistant stocks will never sell at a discount.

>>>>>>>>>

So people chase High because of Bonus share issuance?

Insas report loss quarter because of unrealized AUD exchange losses and fair value changes of financial assets at fair value through profit or loss (quoted securities)

But QL report profitable quarter with some hidden accounting reporting in small print Foreign currency translation differences for foreign operations: RM (64,447,000)


Sslee
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Posted by Sslee > Jun 30, 2020 2:46 PM | Report Abuse

If not chasing high due to Bonus share issuance, Then why price at RM 9.79 when Q4 result is so-so and so-so dividend of 4.5 Cents?
Date: Open Price: Target Price: Upside/Downside: Price Call: Source
30/06/2020: 9.79: 8.85: -0.94 (9.60%): HOLD: PUBLIC BANK
30/06/2020: 9.79: 9.21: -0.58 (5.92%): HOLD: MIDF
30/06/2020: 9.79: 9.05: -0.74 (7.56%): HOLD: KENANGA
30/06/2020: 9.79: 8.75: -1.04 (10.62%): HOLD: HLG


Philip ( buy what you understand)
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Posted by Philip ( buy what you understand) > Jun 30, 2020 6:40 PM | Report Abuse

Sure thing sslee. Whatever makes you happy. Been chasing high for 2 years now right? Overvalued pe50 from 6.7 until now 9.8...

I think you should stop buying based on investment banker and kyy recommendations.

I don't think your investment strategy based on "cigar butt value" investing is bringing you much joy.

From 2016 until today 2020.... How has your investment results been?

Take my word for it: QL is an excellent business. You just don't know how to value it. I won't even bother to explain why, as you have a confirmation bias already built into your kind that INSAS is a wonderful investment and QL is a horrible investment, despite all the evidence to the contrary.

Then may I ask a simple question?

Can you explain why from 2017- 2020 the share price of QL had been on such a swift rise?


Sslee
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Posted by Sslee > Jun 30, 2020 7:23 PM | Report Abuse

Dear Philip
Maybe QL shareholders are all very rich with deep pocket.
Size of Shareholdings: No. of Shareholders: No. of Shares: % of Shareholding
less than100: 339: 11,798: 0.00
100 to 1,000: 1,131: 604,429: 0.04
1,001 to 10,000: 2,816: 12,832,438: 0.79
10,001 to 100,000: 2,031: 66,291,956L 4.09
100,001 to less than 5% of issued shares 669: 575,064,442: 35.44
5% and above of issued shares 4: 967,633,196: 59.64

673 shareholders hold 95.08%
Top 30 shareholders holding 72.078%
Major shareholder Chia Song Kun deemed interest 42.11%
FARSATHY HOLDINGS SDN BHD: 11.76%
EPF: 7.16%


Philip ( buy what you understand)
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Posted by Philip ( buy what you understand) > Jun 30, 2020 8:37 PM | Report Abuse

No I don't think so. I think those QL shareholders have all been turned into millionaires and billionaires due to the excellent growth of the company.

It's already been 2 years. I hope you can stop just talking like you know what value investing is, and show some results from your value investing into your own wonderful stocks.

Until you do, all your comments about QL sound like sour grapes from someone who isn't even a shareholder.

If you can show better results in the past 2 years with any of your own investments I would love to hear them and your thinking in investing in them.

Until then, you only sound like a bitter amateur who is unable to show good results of his own so goes around commenting about other stocks which he has no experience or understanding with.

I expected better from a UM graduate.


Sslee
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Posted by Sslee > Jun 30, 2020 9:04 PM | Report Abuse

Dear Philip
Since you ask a question so I just answer your question sincerely. I am glad and happy for you that you make millions with QL but do you need to belittle other “I expected better from a UM graduate” as if you are the only knowledgeable and with proven track record to goes round commenting about other stocks

https://klse.i3investor.com/blogs/teoct_blog/2020-04-25-story-h1506135641-QL_one_year_on_any_changes.jsp
Valuation
As can be seen from the above, revenue generated from ever newer plants, properties and equipment is getting lower year on year. Staff productive is also creeping down.
ROE is on the down trend too.
Operating expenses is increasing faster than the increase of revenue leading to lower nett profit margin. Higher debt financing cost is also not helping.
Another way to look at PE is the number of years one required to recoup the money used to buy the company, that is 54 years based on RM 8 per share (close 24/4/20).
Happy investing.
The usual disclaimer applies, this is for education purposes ONLY.
Me and my family no longer hold QL shares


Philip ( buy what you understand)
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Posted by Philip ( buy what you understand) > Jun 30, 2020 10:00 PM | Report Abuse

You have been trying to bring down QL stocks since January 2019 with your condescending comments on my sharing of this investment and my experience on this stock and every chance you get you try to promote INSAS while trying to bring down QL.

Now it would be useful if in 2 years you are right and INSAS really rewards it's shareholders and QL overpriced and overvalued stock tanks.

However even after 1.5 years of your comments, the truth remains: your history in investing in INSAS is dead wrong, and my long term returns in QL has given me wonderful earnings.

Now, you can say whatever you want and comment all you like.

The fact remains:

You are wrong and know nothing about INSAS nor QL future prospects.

So why do you still seek to try to comment so much on QL as if you know anything about it? You are no different from those investment bankers promoting their TP and analysis with nothing to lose by being wrong.

I think you are better off just avoiding investments and talking about it and sticking to something which will not hurt you financially, like talking about politics and religion.

You seem more cut out for it anyway. In fact, you are far too stubborn and inflexible to learn from your own investing mistakes, as you seem to love repeating it over and over. I think you are better off putting your money in an index fund for sp500 or China A500 where you don't have to think about businesses so much. To invest in the market is to understand the business and the long term prospects of the business. You seem to be happy to just look at the very tip of the iceberg to define your investment criteria. Not only is this dangerous to your own financial health, you promote INSAS during investment talks and share your thought on blogs with new investors in the market, influencing them to also follow you in making bad business decisions.

There is a fine line between ego and confidence. Confidence is when someone is right, ego is when he is wrong but he still thinks he is right. How many more years need to pass by as investors make millions from investments like topglove, yinson, QL etc when the eventual consolidation comes and you can say AHA! I told you I was right, QL drop therefore it is BAD!

So I will just keep quiet and let you continue using your methodology to buy stocks, hope that you make money successfully. Hopefully you will avoid buying things that I am buying and letting me grow my position over time.


zen_2k
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Posted by zen_2k > Jul 1, 2020 1:56 AM | Report Abuse

Agree with Danny on this. "I like QL and their business model, but the PE is simply too high. Dividend too low. The price must come down to reflect the true value. PE60+ is crazy. Love FamilyMart but dislike the valuation." All the best.


Philip ( buy what you understand)
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Posted by Philip ( buy what you understand) > Jul 1, 2020 8:01 AM | Report Abuse

You do know that their business is not just family mart right? Did you hear about the huge new expansion into Vietnam and Indonesia where they spent capex to double production? It should be completed by the end of the year and earnings to be reflected in 2021...

FYI for this who don't know, the pe has been too high since 2016.

QL is now a 15 billion company with long term performance that can see huge runway moving forward so they are spending every cent in growing the business. The business is stable enough that they can afford to pay huge growing dividends every year as well.

I find it funny how everyone keeps commenting on the pe, even though the revenues have been growing like crazy in a very tightly competitive environment. It's like finding a tiny 5 foot guy who can jump like Michael Jordan and beating all the other giants.

But everyone keeps looking at his stature to define his capability, instead of looking at the market dominance, and the capability of QL.

The only rebuttal I have is this: how has your own low PE stocks performed over the past few years?


Philip ( buy what you understand)
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Posted by Philip ( buy what you understand) > Jul 1, 2020 8:04 AM | Report Abuse

Maybe zen and sslee should just put their life savings into companies like liihen, which is trading at a pe of 5.6. I'm sure the dividend and their capital will have been very well placed the last 3 years investing in liihen...


Sslee
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Posted by Sslee > Jul 1, 2020 9:15 AM | Report Abuse

Good morning Philip,
Now it is down to “you promote INSAS during investment talks and share your thought on blogs with new investors in the market, influencing them to also follow you in making bad business decisions”
So please read again my i3blogger day talk and did I promote INSAS?

https://klse.i3investor.com/blogs/Sslee_blog/2019-03-02-story196085-Investment_Bloggers_day_I3.jsp

Then tell me did you promote Gkent since you first bought Gkent?
25-Feb-2019: Buy: GKENT +1,000,000: 1.12
And by the way since you hold millions of Gkent mind pinpoint to me your name in the top 30 shareholders in Gkent financial report?


Philip ( buy what you understand)
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Posted by Philip ( buy what you understand) > Jul 1, 2020 1:34 PM | Report Abuse

Sorry I value my privacy. Like you said in your very first comment to me that I live in a imaginary world and your investment is so much better. I don't see why I should share further than what is already shared on my online portfolio.

You like to ask for so much info, but you yourself do not maintain a trackable portfolio of your own investments.

Maybe we can discuss further next time that you do that.

You have been promoting INSAS with your buy 1 share of insas get 2 share of inari etc from day 1.

I'm still waiting here for your amazing imaginary results.

FYI unless you haven't figured it out yet, my i3 name and real life is different.


Sslee
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Posted by Sslee > Jul 1, 2020 2:11 PM | Report Abuse

Good afternoon Philip,
I did not in any way promote INSAS as what you implied, ‘You have been promoting INSAS with your buy 1 share of insas get 2 share of inari etc from day 1.”

I only present the facts on INSAS. So anything wrong with the facts I present?
Dear all,
Inari shares held by Insas: Inari is one of the associate companies of Insas
(1) Insas Technology Berhad : 434,769,375
(2) Media Lang Limited : 66,016,500
(3) Insas Plaza Sdn Bhd : 114,367,700
(4) Montego Assets Limited : 200,000
Total: 615,353,575.00

Number of INSAS shares issued: 663,006,342 (excluding 30,327,291 treasury shares). One Insas share indirectly hold 615,353,575/663,006,342 = 0.928 Inari
Can 3iii answer the below question.

Why buying one Inari at RM1.71 when you can use the same money to buy 2.55 Insas at 67 cents then you still indirectly hold 2.37 Inari and everything else in Insas?

You can look into segmental report Q2 and Q3 to have better understanding of segmental performance.
Financial services and credit &leasing: Investment holding and trading: Technology and IT-related manufacturing, trading and services: Retail trading and car rental: Property investment and development end Q2 and end Q3 (RM’000)
Profit/(loss) before tax: 19,287: 8,244: 21,644: 2,252: 3,386: Total 54,813
Profit/(Loss) before tax: 23,083: (56,506): 28,896: 3,173: 6,482: Total 5,128

Note: the Q3 losses are mark to market financial assets at 31th March 2020 compare to 31/12/2019
IGBREIT annual report 31-12-2019: Montego Assets Limited (PCB) 10,000,000
Market price 31/12/2019: RM 1.89: 31/03/2020: RM 1.59

Omesti annual report: 31-3-2019: Insas Berhad – – 48,659,500
Market price 31/12/2019 RM 0.51: 31/03/2020: RM 0.45

OCBC Market price 31/12/2019 SG 10.98: 31/03/2020: SG 8.64

AUD deposit Refer Financial report 2019 RM equivalent 167,694,000
Loss on exchange differences- unrealized: RM (9,454,000)
AUD to MYR: 31/12/2019 RM 2.877: 31/03/2020: RM 2.672

How much mark to market financial assets will be written back in Q4 will depend on 30/6/2020 closing price.
10/06/2020 9:13 PM


Philip ( buy what you understand)
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Posted by Philip ( buy what you understand) > Jul 1, 2020 2:43 PM | Report Abuse

See? Promotion again. But can you explain why INSAS price is 0.63?


Sslee
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Posted by Sslee > Jul 1, 2020 4:07 PM | Report Abuse

Haha Philip,
If I know why Mr. Market (crazy guy) only what to buy INSAS at RM 0.63 and readily pay RM 9+ for QL, I will be the richest man in Malaysia.

Similarly referred: https://klse.i3investor.com/blogs/philip3/2019-03-26-story199668-THE_STORY_BEHIND_INVESTING_ON_MARGIN_AND_WHAT_TO_BUY_GKENT.jsp
I have used my excess cash and full margin to take a 1M share position in GKENT (at a average purchase price of RM1.12) yesterday after the announcement of results.
How do I protect myself and my MARGIN INVESTMENT?
Firstly, understand the company financials GKENT. If you look closely, buying it at today's figures, I am paying 630 million for a company that has a book value of RM500 million. However, it is a very cash rich company, to the tune of 260 million - 60 million debt = 200 million in CASH. What this means is if I buy over the whole company for 630 million, I still have cash in the bank of 200 million, meaning I am actually buying the company for 430 million, or RM0.77 per share.
Sounds like a good deal? It gets better. For the price I paid, I am also getting 3.5 cents DIVIDEND next month. Meaning for my investment of 1.12, I get back 3.1% dividend yield IMMEDIATELY, which is great (discount on my purchase price!). Historically, GKENT get between 7 cents to 9 cents dividend a year, which gives me a yield of around 6% at RM1.12 price. This goes a long way in paying off that margin loan that I was getting from Maybank (6.9% remember?).

So tell me if someone followed your footstep with full margin finance into Gkent at RM1.12 will he suffered margin call and lose his pants and underwear by now?


Philip ( buy what you understand)
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Posted by Philip ( buy what you understand) > Jul 1, 2020 4:24 PM | Report Abuse

That is why I put my full portfolio so you know the position size of gkent in relation to my entire portfolio. You already know what size is gkent to my other investments.

If you read halfway then you only have yourself to blame.

At the same time you only read INSAS and QL story halfway and make assumptions on the long term prospects of both companies. Since you use simple metrics like balance sheet and accounting figures to define your investment philosophy instead of making more effort to understand your investments like buying the products, reading the industry journals, market reports, business journals, competition performance, and just use simple metrics to define your investment knowledge.

You have only yourself to blame for your poor long term performance since 2016. Sadly, even worse instead of asking the right questions you keep repeating the same investment philosophy and keep repeating the same mistake year after year

2016 - xinquan
2017 - hengyuan
2018 - insas
2019 - jaks
2020 - tunepro

Year after year after year you keep repeating the same mistake even though it doesn't work for you.

So what has happened?

You missed investing in QL, missed investing in topglove, sold gkent at 50+ cents, sold Pchem at 5+, you have made trading away good stocks and holding on to bad stocks your habit.

Then you go around asking me to show you my details and my shareholding position and prove to you this and that and whatever, as if I have anything to prove to you.

Simple, let us let our INVESTMENTS do the talking. Why do you keep talking about GKENT and QL everywhere and Keep reposting things everywhere?

Please do share one investment so far which is giving you joyful meaning returns so far and how much of your portfolio size is in it?

I doubt you can. Maybe it is time to move on with life and improve your investing acumen.

Hopefully old dogs can learn new tricks.


Sslee
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Posted by Sslee > Jul 1, 2020 4:42 PM | Report Abuse

Haha,
TQVM to Philip. Orient still 12% gain and Star 29% gain.


RainT
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Posted by RainT > Jul 1, 2020 6:37 PM | Report Abuse

@Philip

just a question

what do you think of LHI compare with QL?

Both business not so same but both also is do chicken & other business

in future, LHI have potential to be as good as QL??


Philip ( buy what you understand)
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Posted by Philip ( buy what you understand) > Jul 1, 2020 7:26 PM | Report Abuse

If I knew the future I would be a gazillionaire. But my investing philosophy is to see what they are doing currently and where the growth triggers are. So far I don't see anything that LHI is doing for them to be as good as QL.

If I was LHI, first I would add more agricultural base. Instead of marine, I would look towards the growing the cow and milk production in Malaysia which is majority imported. This would give me confidence that LHI is diversifying within it's area of competence ( agriculture). Then I want to see them venturing to end user business with frozen food and own brand manufacturing ( family Mart, 7-11, Cold storage). These would be the growth cycle within it's area of competence that I want to see happening that would put it on its way to being a QL or CP or Tyson.

It's like in palm oil plantations. First you want to see them start with their own nursery selling to plantations. Then when they start growing their own plantations you feel more confidence. Then when they start building their own refineries you feel more confidence on their economies of scale. Then when you see them starting to produce their own downstream products and finally exporting own brand products then you know they are growing the right way.

I look at potential growth in terms of capabilities, not just size.

You could be the biggest chicken and egg producer but still not grow.

But if you can add complexity and vertical integration you will realize the growth is exponential.

The simple answer is I don't know about LHI, but they are currently not adding capabilities, only size.


jameslimwb_007
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Posted by jameslimwb_007 > Jul 1, 2020 8:19 PM | Report Abuse

@Philip
Had been quietly followed ur page for awhile. Very constructive comments and inputs given by u. I also invested QL for around 6 years. Gain 300% so far ^_^


Philip ( buy what you understand)
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Posted by Philip ( buy what you understand) > Jul 2, 2020 6:17 AM | Report Abuse

Thanks James, do join the telegram page to have chit chat over investment ideas... A lot of constructive criticism instead of just personal attacks.


mf
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Posted by mf > Jul 2, 2020 6:17 AM |

Post removed. Why?


jameslimwb_007
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Posted by jameslimwb_007 > Jul 2, 2020 7:53 AM | Report Abuse

@Philip
Personal attacks look fun as well :P. For entertainment no problem ^_^
Telegram page? may I know where is it?


Sslee
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Posted by Sslee > Jul 2, 2020 9:21 AM | Report Abuse

Good morning Philip,
Noun: personal attack (plural personal attacks) an abusive remark on or relating to somebody's person instead of providing evidence when examining another person's claims or comments.

So aren’t below sound like and look like personal attacks?
“I expected better from a UM graduate”
“I'm still waiting here for your amazing imaginary results.”
“Hopefully old dogs can learn new tricks.”

By the way, did Philip tell you the ROE, PE and PEG of CP and Tyson compare to QL?


Sslee
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Posted by Sslee > Jul 2, 2020 9:52 AM | Report Abuse

Good morning James,
Philip telegram information:
https://klse.i3investor.com/servlets/pfs/120720.jsp


jameslimwb_007
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Posted by jameslimwb_007 > Jul 2, 2020 9:56 AM | Report Abuse

@sslee
Both of u are really hilarious....


Sslee
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Posted by Sslee > Jul 2, 2020 10:06 AM | Report Abuse

Haha,
Hallmark of UM engineering graduate!


Rwkl
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Posted by Rwkl > Jul 2, 2020 4:40 PM | Report Abuse

Personal attacks , hurling of insults only on i3
However once on telegram, everyone is civil and exchanging constructive ideas
This UM grads.... what are they smoking.......


RainT
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Posted by RainT > Jul 2, 2020 7:05 PM | Report Abuse

@Philip

thanks for share insight


Philip ( buy what you understand)
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Posted by Philip ( buy what you understand) > Jul 3, 2020 8:38 AM | Report Abuse

Isn't this your first words to me when I posted up my article online? When I shared my journey you were so much quicker to judge and comment on my investment of QL, even until today about 2 years on. Funny how 1 year later you are still so quick to comment and promote INSAS 2inari buy 1 INSAS, despite lackluster results.

I'm sure in real life sslee is a fine person. But being a keyboard warrior he loves to just type and comment without checking the veracity of his investment concepts.

So far his concept of cigar butt value investing has been proven deeply... Wrong.

But instead of looking at what went wrong with his investments, he goes over by insulting mine.

Funny how that works.

INSAS 0.65
Ql 9.64
>>>>>>>

“I'm still waiting here for your amazing imaginary results.”


Philip ( buy what you understand)
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Posted by Philip ( buy what you understand) > Jul 3, 2020 8:42 AM | Report Abuse

FYI,
Just to clear up something as you seem to be insinuating that I am faking my portfolio. Please understand and clear up that if total shareholding is BELOW 5% of total voting shares, there is no requirement or necessity to report to the register of shareholdings. Meaning I can hide behind my Maybank,rhb and public bank nominee cds account.

As for promoting, I am simply writing an article on how to apply margin in buying stocks with GKENT as an example of what I have been doing.



>>>>>>>>>

Then tell me did you promote Gkent since you first bought Gkent?
25-Feb-2019: Buy: GKENT +1,000,000: 1.12
And by the way since you hold millions of Gkent mind pinpoint to me your name in the top 30 shareholders in Gkent financial report?
01/07/2020 9:15 AM


Philip ( buy what you understand)
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Posted by Philip ( buy what you understand) > Jul 3, 2020 8:47 AM | Report Abuse

All I can say is stubbornness and confidence can be a difficult combination.
But sslee does raise a few good questions which cannot be answered easily and can only be monitored over a period of time on that happens.

>>>>>>>>

Rwkl Personal attacks , hurling of insults only on i3
However once on telegram, everyone is civil and exchanging constructive ideas
This UM grads.... what are they smoking.......

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