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Public Watchlist: MIDF’s Top 20 Under a Billion Year 2016

The "20 under a billion stocks" were selected largely based on bottom-up screenings and each of the 20 companies possesses its own unique company-specific factors.

MIDF Research selected these small cap stocks because they exhibited markedly higher beta since mid-2013, and that investors can profit from the small cap swings.

The continuation of small cap swings may be dependent on liquidity dynamics. We reckon continued net purchases among local investors are necessary to support the small capitalisation swings, as without which the market momentum may eventually narrow down again towards higher capitalised stocks.

Hence for as long as the suitable liquidity dynamics remain present, we foresee recurring interest in the forerunners among the small capitalised stocks, as well as rotational plays that may lift some of the laggards.

On this score, we expect the liquidity dynamics to remain supportive of the small capitalised stocks at least up to after the initial or even a few US Federal Reserve rate hikes.

However, while the markedly higher beta among small capitalised stocks may result in massive outperformance during a cyclical market upturn, MIDF forewarned that the reverse is equally true in a market correction phase.

Sustainable gains may only be achieved via fruitful short-term trading or careful stock picking. With regard to the latter, it must be highlighted that small capitalised stocks generally trade at comparatively lower valuations vis-à-vis its bigger peers.

Hence, judicious stock selection may unearth compelling bargains which would be able to generate more genuine gains and that are less susceptible to the possible adverse shift in underlying liquidity dynamics.

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Stock Name Ref Date Ref Price Price Diff Last Range Open Change Volume Note
PIE 12-Jan-2016 10.54 1.56
VITROX 12-Jan-2016 3.39 7.90
FAVCO 12-Jan-2016 3.09 2.30
UCHITEC 12-Jan-2016 1.71 3.04
SAM 12-Jan-2016 7.40 7.95
GLOMAC 12-Jan-2016 0.855 0.395
EATECH 12-Jan-2016 1.12 0.475
HARBOUR 12-Jan-2016 2.87 0.69
PTARAS 12-Jan-2016 3.31 2.40
KKB 12-Jan-2016 1.75 0.90
APOLLO 12-Jan-2016 5.77 4.11
ELSOFT 12-Jan-2016 1.95 3.21
YSPSAH 12-Jan-2016 2.51 3.04
HOMERIZ 12-Jan-2016 1.16 0.665
CJCEN 12-Jan-2016 0.84 0.58
SPRITZER 12-Jan-2016 2.13 2.17
LTKM 12-Jan-2016 1.51 0.835
XINHWA 12-Jan-2016 1.07 0.80
WILLOW 12-Jan-2016 0.725 0.50
FIHB 12-Jan-2016 1.04 0.33


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