Public Watchlist & Portfolio

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Hong Leong Investment Bank's Top Picks for 2019 WATCHLIST 10 The cut in economic targets by the Govt reflects the challenges Malaysia faces as it balances between growth and fiscal prudence against an external backdrop of lower oil price and the US-China trade war. MoF’s 2019 GDP target of 4.9% is a Herculean task and our forecast is lower at 4.6%. Despite a flattish year for earnings in 2018 (-0.1%), growth in 2019 will remain uninspiring at 3.3%, below its post GFC CAGR of 7%. Still, we believe there are key themes to eyeball for 2019: East Malaysia, tr ...
AllianceDBS’s Top Picks for 2019 WATCHLIST 6 In the space of a year, global economic conditions have changed from synchronised expansion to peak growth. Key economies are projected to register slower growth on reduced economic activity, negative effects of trade measures, tighter financial conditions, and geopolitical tensions. Weak demand from Malaysia's export-oriented sectors will result in slower GDP growth. The new government’s reforms and reassessment on the country’s finances has significant implications on several sectors. Al ...
Macquarie Research’s Top Picks for 2019 WATCHLIST 11 Key market themes for 2019 are the government-linked companies (GLC) reform and Petronas monetization, according to Macquarie Equities Research (MQ Research) in their research report released yesterday (7 Jan). MQ Research highlighted their top stock picks, showing preference for discounted, yield resilient beta stocks over fully-valued defensives. Favoured Khazanah-GLCs are Tenaga, Telekom, Axiata and CIMB; for Petronas subsidiaries, MQ Research likes PChem and MISC. Re sectors, MQ Research fa ...
AFFIN HWANG CAPITAL's Stock Pick 2019 WATCHLIST 6 AFFIN HWANG CAPITAL's Stock Pick 2019
Busy Weekly Stock Picks for Year 2019 WATCHLIST 6 Busy Weekly Stock Picks for Year 2019 Criteria (1) Average ROE (5 Years) > 10% (2) Dividend Yield > 4% (3) Debt Ratio < 40%
The Star's Stock Pick 2019 WATCHLIST 11 LAST year was a black spot for global financial markets that experienced a big hit. In Malaysia, the FBM KLCI was down 5.91% but does that mean that local stocks are not worth a look? On the contrary, the slide in prices has made stock-picking more appealing. In some cases, for the short-term, but in most cases, for the longer-term. The depressed prices are giving investors opportunities to start scouting around and maybe start nibbling at certain counters that are seeing some real value emer ...
The Edge Financial Daily Top 10 Stock Picks for 1H 2019 WATCHLIST 10 AFTER a brutal 2018 in which equity markets took a turn for the worse, market watchers turned more cautious with their outlook for the first half of 2019. Dark clouds of uncertainty continued to loom over earnings prospects and global investor interest. The Edge Financial Daily picked its portfolio based on various themes, including several stocks that have been battered down and now command more attractive valuations. While economic conditions are seen to potentially worsen next year, growth d ...
Kenanga's Top Picks for Year 2019 WATCHLIST 10 In a nutshell, our market view remains pretty much unchanged. The domestic economic growth is expected to be decent at 4.7% in 2019 while big caps’ FY18E/FY19E earnings growth rates are estimated at 0.7%/6.9%. Nonetheless, we believe the local market may still remain stuck in a range-bound mode until significant rerating catalysts are seen. While the downside could be cushioned, upside is uninspiring with our end-2019 Index Target pegged at 1,775, implying FY18E/FY19E PERs of 16.9x/15.8x. ...
PublicInvest's Top Picks for 2019 WATCHLIST 10 2019 will see the new government in power for a full year, with efforts to reform and recalibrate the economy possibly starting to show results. We think that Malaysia will continue to deliver a steady and sustainable growth pattern with private sector expenditure to remain as the engine of growth. This will be supported by steady employment prospects, rapid capacity expansion, elevated level of oil prices and sustained manufacturing momentum. Global markets are seemingly overvalued. With poten ...
Maybank’s Top Picks for 2019 WATCHLIST 8 With 2019 expected to be another volatile year, we retain our defensive core equity strategy. However, we also believe that with volatility, there will be opportunities, and for 2019, we believe there are pockets of opportunities for investors to trade on newsflow and thematics. We introduce eight (8) investment themes in this report. Our revised end-2019 KLCI target is 1,760 after considering the risk factors, balancing off with optimism for policies reset for longer term sustainable growth. ...
AM Investment’s Dividend Picks for 2019 WATCHLIST 10 We envisage a better 2019 as compared with 2018. We project an end-2019 FBM KLCI target of 1,820pts based on 18.5x our projected 2019 FBM KLCI earnings. We forecast FBM KLCI’s earnings to grow by 4.0% in 2019 underpinned by a GDP growth of 4.5%. We believe the key catalyst to the local equity market in 2019 will be the return of global investors to the emerging markets, on a growing consensus that the US rate hike cycle and hence the USD upcycle are tapering off. In fact, the return of global i ...
AM Investment’s Top Picks for 2019 WATCHLIST 10 We envisage a better 2019 as compared with 2018. We project an end-2019 FBM KLCI target of 1,820pts based on 18.5x our projected 2019 FBM KLCI earnings. We forecast FBM KLCI’s earnings to grow by 4.0% in 2019 underpinned by a GDP growth of 4.5%. We believe the key catalyst to the local equity market in 2019 will be the return of global investors to the emerging markets, on a growing consensus that the US rate hike cycle and hence the USD upcycle are tapering off. In fact, the return of global i ...
MIDF's Top Picks for 2019 WATCHLIST 10 Looking at leading indicators and conducive business environment on top of low-base effect, Malaysia’s economic growth is likely to improve to 4.9%yoy in 2019. We also expect Bank Negara to maintain OPR at 3.25% next year, amid a decent domestic economic growth. In addition, a continuous current account surplus could support to strengthen the Ringgit to USD/MYR 4.00 level by year-end of 2019. While Malaysia’s economy remains on good traction, we foresee geopolitical events to cast a shadow on ...
RHB’s Small Caps Picks for 2019 WATCHLIST 8 Prevailing headwinds from external and local factors should continue to buffet domestic equities in 2019. Trade tensions and a slowing global economy, coupled with subdued commodity prices that exacerbate Malaysia’s persistent weak fiscal profile and the corporate earnings deficitare main drags. Domestically, Malaysia remains in transition and – although structural improvements are underway – they are medium-term positives at best. Policy, execution, and political risks remain in play. An easing ...
RHB’s Top Picks for 2019 WATCHLIST 15 Prevailing headwinds from external and local factors should continue to buffet domestic equities in 2019. Trade tensions and a slowing global economy, coupled with subdued commodity prices that exacerbate Malaysia’s persistent weak fiscal profile and the corporate earnings deficitare main drags. Domestically, Malaysia remains in transition and – although structural improvements are underway – they are medium-term positives at best. Policy, execution, and political risks remain in play. An easing ...
CIMB’s Stock Picks for 2019 WATCHLIST 32 We project 2019 to be a challenging and volatile year for the equity market as corporates come to terms with the new policy and political landscape post-general elections (GE14), as well as adjust to slower global growth, tighter monetary policies and the on-going US-China trade tensions. Our stock picks for 2019 are based on the following six themes: (1) M&A theme: Star, Astro and Axiata. (2) US-China trade war: MPI, Unisem and Genting Plantations (3) GLC reform: BIMB, Axiata, RHB, Sime ...
Budget 2019 – MQ Research’s Top Stock Picks WATCHLIST 18 With the tabling of Budget 2019 last Friday, Macquarie Equities Research (MQ Research) summarized what this means for Malaysian companies in their research report dated 3 November 2018. Key big-picture positives are the government’s commitment to asset disposals and related expansion in private sector participation. MQ Research’s top picks include AirAsia, Inari and Telekom, among others. https://klse.i3investor.com/blogs/kltrader/180993.jsp
RHB Top Malaysia Small Cap Companies 2018 WATCHLIST 20 RHB Top Malaysia Small Cap Companies 2018
Nomura's Top 12 Buy recommendations for Year 2018 WATCHLIST 12 Malaysia equity strategy: Eight reasons to be positive in 2018 We believe Malaysian equities are likely to continue their bullish momentum in 2018, for eight reasons: 1) solid macro and consumption growth 2) continuing foreign inflows amidst positive revisions 3) better corporate balance sheets with dividend upside 4) possible election rally 5) likely net buying by local institutions 6) Malaysia's laggard performance vs peers 7) key concerns on banks getting addressed 8) an appreciating MY ...
The Star Fund Managers' Stock Pick for Year 2018 WATCHLIST 5 The Star Fund Managers' Stock Pick for Year 2018 https://www.thestar.com.my/business/business-news/2018/01/20/from-the-fund-managers/
The Star Writers' Stock Pick 2018 WATCHLIST 5 The year 2017 was in general a great one for Bursa Malaysia. The benchmark FBM KLCI was up 9.5% on a year-to-date basis, and stocks across most sectors powered up. The technology sector continued to outperform, supported by expanding earnings and strong news flow, while oil and gas stocks also inched up as oil prices recovered to the US$60 level. So with stocks now trading at higher valuations, getting that undervalued stock pick is becoming harder. What do we buy under the uncertain environme ...
Busy Weekly Stock Picks for Year 2018 WATCHLIST 6 Busy Weekly Stock Picks for Year 2018 - Focus on the defensive stock
The Edge Weekly's 10 stocks for a pre-election rally WATCHLIST 10 The Edge Weekly's 10 stocks that are a good bet for a pre-election rally
The Edge Financial Daily's Top 10 Stock Picks for Year 2018 WATCHLIST 10 The Edge Financial Daily's picks are based on some of the investment themes that fund managers are exploring in 2018. These themes include the turnaround of the badly hit oil and gas industry where many companies' share prices have tumbled to all-time lows; better corporate earnings growth amid a synchronised global economy recovery; interest rate hikes globally; and a strengthening ringgit. Meanwhile, the e-commerce boom that leads to stronger demand for logistic services and improved c ...
RHB's Top Picks for Year 2018 WATCHLIST 14 The FBM KLCI's recent underperformance reflects its reversion to the mean, fulfilling its reputation as a low beta market. The market's disconnection to macroeconomic realities from a combination of various structural issues cannot be completely resolved. However, as headwinds dissipate post-election - a stronger MYR, higher oil prices, plus broadening of the spillover from the robust external sector kicking in to lift sentiment and corporate earnings - we expect investors to adopt a m ...
Maybank IB Research's Top Buy Picks for Year 2018 WATCHLIST 9 We expect global growth momentum to be sustained in 2018, expanding at +3.6%, the same pace as 2017, on the back of synchronized expansions of G3 economies, which will fuel world trade growth. This, in turn, is positive for ASEAN economies as we see spillover to domestic demand from export recovery. A key macroeconomic theme is the outlook of "benign normalization and unsynchronized unwinding" in major central banks' monetary policies. Key risks are inflation and financial stability ...
CIMB’s top picks for 2018 (Small Caps) WATCHLIST 7 We expect 2018 to be a more volatile and challenging year compared to 2017. Potential challenges include slower GDP growth, cost pressures, competition from disruptive technologies, election cycle and earnings risks from banks and utilities. We expect these concerns to be priced-in in 1H18, and the market should improve in 2H18 due to stronger foreign fund flows, better corporate earnings, and IPO activities. Our preferred big cap picks for 2018 are Axiata, Dialog and Tenaga. We lower our en ...
CIMB’s top picks for 2018 (Mid Caps) WATCHLIST 8 We expect 2018 to be a more volatile and challenging year compared to 2017. Potential challenges include slower GDP growth, cost pressures, competition from disruptive technologies, election cycle and earnings risks from banks and utilities. We expect these concerns to be priced-in in 1H18, and the market should improve in 2H18 due to stronger foreign fund flows, better corporate earnings, and IPO activities. Our preferred big cap picks for 2018 are Axiata, Dialog and Tenaga. We lower our en ...
CIMB’s top picks for 2018 (Large Caps) WATCHLIST 10 We expect 2018 to be a more volatile and challenging year compared to 2017. Potential challenges include slower GDP growth, cost pressures, competition from disruptive technologies, election cycle and earnings risks from banks and utilities. We expect these concerns to be priced-in in 1H18, and the market should improve in 2H18 due to stronger foreign fund flows, better corporate earnings, and IPO activities. Our preferred big cap picks for 2018 are Axiata, Dialog and Tenaga. We lower our en ...
AmInvestment Bank's Top Buy Stock Picks 2018 WATCHLIST 10 We maintain our end-2018 FBM KLCI Index target of 1,900pts based on 17.5x 2018F earnings. This is at a 1x multiple premium to the 5-year historical average of about 16.5x, which we believe is justifiable based on the cyclical upturn in corporate earnings, as reflected in an 8.2% growth in FBM KLCI earnings in 2018F (on the heels of a 3.8% growth in 2017F). We are positive on the outlook for the local equity market in 2018. We believe the major underperformance of the local equity market vs. its ...
TA Securities' Top Buy Stock Picks 2018 WATCHLIST 14 2018 is expected to be a mixed bag with the impending 14th GE driving up the FBMKLCI in the 1H18 before ending the year at 1,835, based on 16x CY19 EPS. On the local front, the resilient economy, corporate earnings recovery, crude oil price stability and FBMKLCI’s undemanding valuation vis-à-vis regional peers are valid drivers for the equity market. A BN victory would be another plus factor to hold up market sentiment momentarily on continuity in policy matters. Any rally could fizzle out in th ...
UOB's Top Picks for 2018 WATCHLIST 10 Sieving Out The Gems While Malaysian equities should outperform in 1Q18, prospects would be less shiny post general election which is widely expected to be held in Mar-Apr 18. Domestically, apart from an uncertain political landscape, the firm headline economic indicators are still not translating into strong domestic consumption and corporate earnings growth. We advocate a trading-oriented and mid-to-large cap biased investment strategy for 1Q18, with focus on mega infrastructure, E&E, tou ...
Affin Hwang Capital's Top Calls for Year 2018 WATCHLIST 10 2018 Outlook: Ripe for a re-rating We remain Positive on the FBMKLCI as we believe that there is further room for global equity markets to rally. The FBMKLCI, which has lagged behind, should finally play catch up. Low foreign ownership in the equity market, a still undervalued Ringgit, the return of corporate earnings growth and attractive valuations form the basis of our thesis for stronger returns on the FBMKLCI in 2018. Improving consumer and business sentiment and a pre-election rally could ...
The Edge Financial Daily's Top 10 Stock Picks for Year 2017 WATCHLIST 10 While uncertainties in the market are certain, this has not stopped investors and fund managers from attempting the absurd in order to hit a "home run" in their stock picks. One of the key themes that will come into play in 2017 will be the US President-elect Donald Trump's policies as well as a possible increase in the pace of rate hikes by the US Federal Reserve. This would lead to a stronger US dollar that could benefit some of the export players. Thematic investing continues to ...
Hong Leong Investment Bank's Top Picks for Year 2017 WATCHLIST 10 Focus on earnings certainty. We advocate defensive stance in stocks with earnings certainty and domestic oriented catalysts. Despite expectation of modest growth recovery and firmer commodity prices, there could be sporadic externally-induced volatility could shock the market. Ringgit reversal could spice up sentiment. The recipes for a market rebound are almost here, i.e. growth stabilisation, firmer commodity prices, with the exception of stronger ringgit outlook. Top Picks : Big Caps: Digi, ...
MIDF's Top Buy for Year 2017 WATCHLIST 9 LOOKING FORWARD TO A BRIGHTER 2017 • Malaysia’s GDP is expected to slightly rebound in 2017, based on the prospect of a stronger trade activity. But we are wary danger of the possibility of countries with strong purchasing power to lean more towards imports substitution. • However, at the moment we remain optimistic with the better exports performance and hence economic growth in year 2017. Furthermore, we remain slightly bullish on the expectation that BNM’s measures on Ringgit will give a grad ...
RHB's Top Picks for Year 2017 WATCHLIST 15 Escalating external risks have forced us to reconsider our more positive outlook in the preceding quarter’s strategy report. Uncertainty over US policies and their impact on growth, interest rates, USD strength and direction of portfolio flows are weighing on EM sentiment and creating volatility in the forex markets. Hopes that the US economy would provide a lift to global growth are not assured, while the growing wave of antiestablishment sentiment could put the EU in danger of disintegrati ...
PublicInvest Research's Top Picks for Year 2017 WATCHLIST 9 The one major push factor to drive market participants out in droves at this point or even in the foreseeable future is the further weakening of the Ringgit, but which would only affect foreign investors specifically. Domestic investors flush with cash should be primed for re-entry. While still early days in assessing the potential impact of President-elect Trump’s action plans and ramifications on the rest of the world, we are cautiously optimistic that level heads will prevail. Our year-end t ...
Maybank IB Research's Top Buy Picks for Year 2017 WATCHLIST 10 We expect a mild pick-up in Malaysia’s growth as real GDP is expected to be at +4.4% in 2017 (2016E: +4.2%), underpinned by sustained consumer spending growth momentum, stronger growth in investments on progress of existing and rollout of new major infrastructure and investment projects, and the rebound in government consumption expenditure. The wild card is external trade due to the risk on US-China trade relation, although the rise in crude oil price in particular and the firming of commodity ...
Affin Hwang Capital's Top Calls for Year 2017 WATCHLIST 18 Major financial markets in Malaysia have been affected by global portfolio rebalancing in the aftermath of the US Presidential Election. The fear of capital controls resurfacing has caused the Ringgit to be hit particularly hard, despite the BNM and government authorities repeatedly quelling the rumours. We believe with good reason that capital controls will not happen. Unlike in 1998, Malaysia runs a current-account surplus, has ample excess liquidity residing at the BNM, is on an improving fi ...
Kenanga's Top Picks for Year 2017 WATCHLIST 15 In a nutshell, we believe the market will likely to be volatile in view of the more aggressive rate hike decision in the US. Besides, policy and direction of the Trump’s presidency could spark more uncertainties. The underlying market conditions seem mixed and the relatively low excess liquidity in the domestic banking system remains a concern. Coupled with the underlying weak tone in ringgit, we have yet to see a strong reversal in foreign fund flows. The good news, however, could be the emerge ...
The Star Fund Managers' Stock Pick for Year 2017 WATCHLIST 4 [1] GENTING Malaysia Bhd (GenM) embarked on its RM10.4bil Genting Integrated Tourism Plan (GITP) two years ago, which will see the hilltop location getting a facelift with a new 20th Century Fox theme park, refurbished hotel rooms, a new 250-suite premium hotel, a shopping centre (Sky Avenue) and a high-speed cable car system. Previously, many had regarded GenM’s assets as being on the matured side, with a jaded theme park and rather old hotel rooms. TA Investment, however, opines that GenM dese ...
The Star Writers' Stock Pick for Year 2017 WATCHLIST 4 [1] POHUAT is an export-based furniture maker will likely deliver robust earnings growth again in 2017 after an impressive performance in 2016. For one thing, the expected further strengthening of the US dollar will be a boon for the company. [2] VS Industry is poised for a record performance on production volume growth, supported by the strong US dollar. The largest electronics manufacturing services provider in Malaysia is set to achieve this on the back of significant sales volume growth exp ...
Busy Weekly Stock Picks for Year 2017 WATCHLIST 7 1. ROE (3 year average) > 12% 2. DY > 3% 3. Positive Cash per Cash 4. D/E Ratio < 40% 5. P/E < 12X
The Edge Top 12 stocks for Year 2017 WATCHLIST 12 The Edge Top 12 stocks for Year 2017
The Edge InsiderAsia's Top 10 stocks for 2016 WATCHLIST 10 The Edge InsiderAsia's Top 10 stocks for 2016
MIDF’s Top 20 Under a Billion Year 2016 WATCHLIST 20 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 ...
Public Invest's Small Cap Picks 2016 WATCHLIST 10 Public Invest's Small Cap Picks 2016 - AIRASIA - TSH - TAAN - SKPRES - PRESBHD - PARKSON - TDM - IBHD - MKLAND - CYPARK
CIMB's Small Cap Picks 2016 WATCHLIST 10 CIMB Small Cap Picks 2016 - BJAUTO - BJFOOD - GHLSYS - IFCAMSC - KAWAN - MYEG - OWG - PRESBHD - SALCON - SIGN
TA Securities' Top Picks for 2016 WATCHLIST 10 TA Securities' Top Picks for 2016 - SKPRES - MALAKOFF - TENAGA - MAYBANK - MISC - MPI - UNISEM - TM - SUNCON - QL
Affin Hwang's Top Picks for 2016 WATCHLIST 10 Affin Hwang's Top Picks for 2016 - CIMB - GENTING - IGBREIT - IJM - INARI - JAKS - TAAN - TENAGA - WCT - WTK
Public Invest's Top Picks for 2016 WATCHLIST 10 Public Invest's Top Picks for 2016 - TENAGA - CIMB - GENTING - ASTRO - GAMUDA - SPSETIA - MALAKOFF - GENP - UEMS - KOSSAN
CIMB's Top Picks for 2016 WATCHLIST 10 CIMB's Top Picks for 2016 - AXIATA - GAMUDA - GENM - IJM - MAYBANK - PETGAS - RHBCAP - SKPETRO - TENAGA - YTL
RHB's Top 5 Small Cap Jewel Picks 2016 WATCHLIST 5 Top 5 Small Cap Jewel Picks by RHB's Analyst during Bursa Malaysia's Marketplace fair on 10 January 2016.
Kenanga's Top Picks for 2016 WATCHLIST 10 Our view remains unchanged. We firmly believe that the expectations of US Fed further raising its benchmark discount rate will continue to cause high volatility in capital flows across global capital markets. Nevertheless, our decent index target of 1,755 still implies >6% potential gains from the current level. In addition, as we see no immediate earnings and price re-rating catalysts amid relatively high valuations as per the historical PER band, the local equity market is likely to be tra ...
Hong Leong's Top Picks for 2016 WATCHLIST 10 Three major themes. Our stock selections are based on (i) resilient and/or visible earnings growth; 2) high yield with defendable earnings; and 3) quality export stocks. Top picks (in alphabetical order) are Axiata, Digi, Edgenta, Evergreen, IJM, Inari, Maybank, Mitrajaya, SunCon & TNB.
The Edge Financial Daily's Stock Picks for 2016 WATCHLIST 10 AFTER a volatile year when the FBM KLCI fell 3.44% and the ringgit erased 23% of its value against the US dollar, investors may hard-pressed to invest in Bursa Malaysia counters. However, in the new year, opportunities still abound as The Edge Financial Daily reporters found out from analysts and fund managers. Here is a compilation of 10 stocks to consider in 2016. - from The Edge Financial Daily at 4-Jan-2016. (http://tefd.theedgemarkets.com/2016/TEP/20160104fyp9q5.pdf)
Kenanga Portfolios for 2016 WATCHLIST 5 We are introducing three new sets of model portfolios for 2016 under the “On Our Portfolio” series after recording three consecutive fruitful years since 2013. The themes of these portfolios remain unchanged as THEMATIC, DIVIDEND YIELD and GROWTH with the same investment criteria as for the previous portfolios. For a start, we have the portfolios with funds less than 50% invested in view of imminent healthy pull back. All these portfolios will be reviewed on a monthly basis. Our invested stocks ...
UOB's Top Picks for 2016 WATCHLIST 8 While the 1H16 outlook continues to be clouded by the economic slowdown and external concerns, there continue to be pockets of investment opportunities accompanying our generally defensive strategy. particularly compelling investment themes are high-dividend yielders, El Nino beneficiaries and infrastructure plays, while China-related investment plays emerge. Top buys include large caps Maybank, IJM Corp, Tenaga and small/mid caps WCT and Scientex.
Sin Chew's Top Picks for 2016 WATCHLIST 5 Sin Chew's Top Picks for 2016 - K1 - NOTION - PENSONI - AWC - KHEESAN http://biz.sinchew.com.my/node/128854
The Star Writers' Stock Pick 2016 WATCHLIST 8 [1] All eyes will also be on the development of the RM27bil Pan Borneo Highway, which is slated for completion by 2023. Steel fabricator and engineering services provider KKB Engineering Bhd is deemed one of the strong contenders for this mega project as it has an extensive track record in building bridges. [2] THE largest condom manufacturer in the world is all set for 2016 with the expansion of its own brand manufacturing (OBM). The segment provides Karex with margins 10% higher than its orig ...
The Star Fund Managers' Stock Pick 2016 WATCHLIST 8 [1] GAMUDA Bhd is a good construction proxy to buy into to ride out the challenging market environment. [2] Thong Guan Industries is a rare gem, despite rising some 63% in 2015, the stock is still deemed to be undervalued as it is trading at P/B of about 0.85x and annualised forward 2015 basic PER of about 10.5x, which is still a bargain. [3] SKP Resources Bhd expected to record a 3-year earnings CAGR of 68.2% until 2018 based on our projections. [4] Brahim’s unique niche position in this indust ...
Busy Weekly Stock Picks for 2016 WATCHLIST 6 1. Debt Ratio < 40% 2. P/E < 10x 3. Price / NTA < 1.0x 4. CAPEX/Revenue > 5% 5. Average Daily Volume > 50K
Forbes Asia's 'Best under a billion' list WATCHLIST 11 11 Malaysian companies, a drop of three from last year, made it into Forbes Asia’s 'Best under a billion' 2015 list which honours leading public companies in the Asia Pacific region with annual revenue between US$5 million and US$1 billion. In a statement, Forbes Asia, a magazine printed by Forbes Media LLC, revealed that Malaysia was on par with India which also had 11 of its companies featured on the list, placing them at fourth and fifth spots.
Maybank IB's top picks for 2015 WATCHLIST 12 [[Infrastructure Project]] Gamuda (TP: RM6.00) - 11th M'sia Plan, KVMRT2 [[Glove]] Hartalega (TP: RM8.50) - expand capacity, lower latex price [[Dividend Stocks]] TNB (TP: RM16.00) Axiata (TP: RM7.80) Star Publications (TP: RM2.65) [Merges & Acquisitions]] WCT - listing of its retail assets SP Setia - potential property asset injection by PNB NCB - possible injection by MMC Corp [[Sarawak stocks (Score)]] CMS (TP: RM4.80) HSL (TP: RM2.15) [[Others]] Alliance Financial Group (TP: RM5 ...
The Edge InsiderAsia's Top 10 stocks for 2015 WATCHLIST 10 Amid dark clouds of uncertainty on the horizon, InsiderAsia picked 10 stocks that it believes would outperform and even make money in a broadly falling market, the Edge weekly reported in its first edition for the year 2015. The Edge said investors would be greeting the New Year under dark clouds of uncertainties over the ringgit, the rout in the oil market and the resulting impact on the country’s budget deficit, trade and current accounts — and last but not least, economic growth. It said th ...
Kenanga Portfolios for 2015 WATCHLIST 6 We are introducing three new sets of model portfolios for 2015 under the “On Our Portfolio” series after recording two consecutive fruitful years since 2013. The themes of these portfolios remain as THEMATIC, DIVIDEND YIELD and GROWTH with the same investment criteria as for the previous portfolios. The THEMATIC Portfolio is designed for aggressive investors who are looking for at least a 10% total return a year while the DIVIDEND YIELD Portfolio is suitable for conservative investors who foc ...
Busy Weekly Stock Picks for 2015 WATCHLIST 16 1. Net Debt to Equity < 50% 2. Price to Tangible Asset per share < 1.5x 3. Cash Ratio > 0.2x 4. P/E < 15x 5. Average ROE (3 Years) > 15% 6. Daily Transaction > 50K 7. Dividend Yield > 2%
Maybank Research Top Buys for 2015 WATCHLIST 9 Maybank Research top BUY picks for 2015
Hong Leong Investment Dec 2014 Top Picks WATCHLIST 10 Hong Leong Investment Dec 2014 Top Picks published in Dec 2014 research report
Maybank Dec 2014 Top BUY Picks WATCHLIST 7 Maybank Dec 2014 Top BUY Picks published in Dec 2014 research report
RHB's Top Malaysia Small Cap Companies 30 Jewels 2014 WATCHLIST 30 This is the 10th year of publication of the RHB Top Malaysia Small Cap Companies book. As before, the Malaysia book is one of four publications by our research teams in Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia. These four books make up a Small Cap compendium, which continues to be the largest market-leading repository of small cap stock ideas in Asean. As with last year, we feature herein 30 Malaysian “jewels”, which we... http://klse.i3investor.com/servlets/staticfile/244492.jsp
Forbes’ Best Under A Billion WATCHLIST 14 Forbes’ Best Under A Billion list highlights 200 top-performing Asia-Pacific companies with less than $1 billion in sales and consistent top- and bottom-line gains. Their stories support the policies of governments across the region focused on promoting the small- and medium-sized enterprise sector to boost economic growth. http://www.forbes.com/asia200/list/
10 stocks to watch in 2014 - StarBiz WATCHLIST 10 IT'S the start of the new year and investors get the chance to make their own choices on what stocks to buy. Making the right decisions could make the difference between the proverbial pot of gold or losses by the end of the year. StarBizWeek is suggesting some stocks worth looking out for. Some have strong fundamentals while others are driven by specifics including thematic, mergers and acquisitions or simply rotational plays. http://bit.do/gbSt
Hong Leong's Top Picks for 2014 WATCHLIST 12 2014 Outlook & Strategy (by HLIB: 10 Dec 2013) We expect macro risks to diminish into 2014 with global growth picking up to 3.6% reinforced by synchronised growth among major economies. Malaysia's real GDP growth to pick up slightly to 5.0% in 2014 as stronger net exports offset slower domestic demand growth. Malaysia a low Beta market given relatively large fund management industry, lower foreign shareholding (close to trough), recent foreign selldown well absorbed, FBM KLCI P/E prem ...



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