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Last Price Avg Target Price   Upside/Downside Price Call
1.05 1.03     -0.02 (1.90%)
* Average Target Price, Price Call and Upside/Downside are derived from Price Targets in the past 6 months.
** Price Targets are adjusted for Bonus Issue, Shares Split & Shares Consolidation (where applicable).
Date Open Price Target Price Upside/Downside Price Call Source News
22/10/2020 1.08 1.08 0.00 (0.00%) HOLD HLG Price Target News
19/10/2020 1.12 1.14 +0.02 (1.79%) HOLD AmInvest Price Target News
16/10/2020 1.10 1.08 -0.02 (1.82%) HOLD HLG Price Target News
16/10/2020 1.10 1.14 +0.04 (3.64%) HOLD AmInvest Price Target News
05/10/2020 1.03 1.08 +0.05 (4.85%) HOLD HLG Price Target News
05/10/2020 1.03 1.04 +0.01 (0.97%) HOLD BIMB Price Target News
11/09/2020 1.12 1.04 -0.08 (7.14%) HOLD BIMB Price Target News
25/08/2020 1.19 1.22 +0.03 (2.52%) HOLD MIDF Price Target News
25/08/2020 1.19 1.15 -0.04 (3.36%) HOLD KENANGA Price Target News
25/08/2020 1.19 1.08 -0.11 (9.24%) HOLD HLG Price Target News
25/08/2020 1.19 1.14 -0.05 (4.20%) HOLD AmInvest Price Target News
24/08/2020 1.20 1.25 +0.05 (4.17%) HOLD AffinHwang Price Target News
29/05/2020 1.06 1.02 -0.04 (3.77%) HOLD MIDF Price Target News
29/05/2020 1.06 1.05 -0.01 (0.94%) HOLD KENANGA Price Target News
29/05/2020 1.06 1.04 -0.02 (1.89%) HOLD BIMB Price Target News
29/05/2020 1.06 0.70 -0.36 (33.96%) SELL AmInvest Price Target News
29/05/2020 1.06 0.62 -0.44 (41.51%) SELL AffinHwang Price Target News
12/05/2020 0.94 0.70 -0.24 (25.53%) SELL AmInvest Price Target News


Price Target Research Article/News (past 6 months)
22/10/2020  HLG FGV Holdings - Expression of Interest From Syed Mokhtar
19/10/2020  AmInvest FGV-Holdings - Felda To Terminate Land Lease?
16/10/2020  HLG FGV Holdings - Expression Of Interest From Syed Mokhtar
16/10/2020  AmInvest FGV Holdings - Receives Offer From Perspective Lane
05/10/2020  HLG FGV Holdings - Minimal Impact From CBP’s Ban
05/10/2020  BIMB FGV Holdings - Withhold Release order (WRO) By US's CBP
11/09/2020  BIMB MPOB Monthly Statistics August 2020 - August Production Increased 3.1% to 1.86m tonnes
25/08/2020  MIDF FGV Holdings Berhad - Higher 2H20 FFB Output to Support Earnings Growth
25/08/2020  KENANGA FGV Holdings - Within Expectations
25/08/2020  HLG FGV Holdings - 2Q20 Returns To The Black
25/08/2020  AmInvest FGV Holdings - In the black In 2QFY20
24/08/2020  AffinHwang FGV Holdings - Turnaround in 2Q20 Earnings
29/05/2020  MIDF FGV - Expecting a Spike in 2HFY20 FFB Production
29/05/2020  KENANGA FGV Holdings Berhad - Lacks Catalyst
29/05/2020  BIMB FGV Holdings- Uncertain future
29/05/2020  AmInvest FGV Holdings- In the red even with higher CPO price
29/05/2020  AffinHwang FGV Holdings - Trying Times
12/05/2020  AmInvest FGV Holdings - Sets up JV in India



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Hidup_PN Forced labour in palm oil no longer a problem, says Khairuddin
https://www.themalaysianinsight.com/s/279889
22/10/2020 3:30 PM
strattegist green
22/10/2020 3:48 PM
Hidup_PN Malaysia, US need fair platform to address agri-commodity export issue — ministry

KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 22): The Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities (KPPK) believes that a fair platform is needed for the United States (US) and Malaysia to negotiate to address the allegations and claims that can adversely affect trade activities between both nations.

Its Minister Datuk Dr Mohd Khairuddin Aman Razali said the government viewed seriously several incidents involving the detention order imposed on the country’s agri-commodity products exports by the US Customs and Border Protection (CPB) recently.

In a statement today, he said on the issue which involved FGV Holdings Bhd, the company had taken appropriate action to improve its foreign workers recruitment system, as well as set suitable standards for workers in line with human rights.

“KPPK was informed that FGV has shown the highest commitment in cancelling the Withhold Release Order (WRO) since the petition was presented,” he explained.

Mohd Khairuddin nevertheless said it could not be denied that the US was an important market for Malaysia’s agri-commodity products, which is among the biggest contributors to the nation’s export revenue.

For the January-August 2020 period, the country’s total exports of agri-commodity was worth RM14.10 billion.

“However, with such incidents happening more rapidly, KPPK is prepared to consider (taking) the appropriate actions to address the issue,” he said.

In 2018, KPPK with the cooperation of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) which assumes the role as study technical consultant had implemented a comprehensive study on the labour situation in the plantation sector in Malaysia.

It was carried out to ensure a more comprehensive study outcome.

The study was tabled and accepted by the Cabinet and will be presented to the US’ Department of Labour as one of the initiatives to remove Malaysia’s oil palm plantation sector from the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorisation Act (TVPRA) which has become the reference to the US CBP in making its decision.

The ministry hopes the move would be able to avoid the ban on the country’s agri-commodity products in the future.

“The ministry suggests that the oil palm industry including FGV continues to explore new markets taking into account the current COVID-19 pandemic situation by focusing on palm exports to potential countries in the African continent such as Nigeria, Central Asia and others,” he said.

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Govt taking measures to deal with oil palm industry labour issues, says Khairuddin

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22 October 2020
Govt taking measures to deal with oil palm industry labour issues, says Khairuddin

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22/10/2020 4:15 PM
Hidup_PN Malaysia, US need fair platform to address agri-commodity export issue — ministry

KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 22): The Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities (KPPK) believes that a fair platform is needed for the United States (US) and Malaysia to negotiate to address the allegations and claims that can adversely affect trade activities between both nations.

Its Minister Datuk Dr Mohd Khairuddin Aman Razali said the government viewed seriously several incidents involving the detention order imposed on the country’s agri-commodity products exports by the US Customs and Border Protection (CPB) recently.

In a statement today, he said on the issue which involved FGV Holdings Bhd, the company had taken appropriate action to improve its foreign workers recruitment system, as well as set suitable standards for workers in line with human rights.

“KPPK was informed that FGV has shown the highest commitment in cancelling the Withhold Release Order (WRO) since the petition was presented,” he explained.

Mohd Khairuddin nevertheless said it could not be denied that the US was an important market for Malaysia’s agri-commodity products, which is among the biggest contributors to the nation’s export revenue.

For the January-August 2020 period, the country’s total exports of agri-commodity was worth RM14.10 billion.

“However, with such incidents happening more rapidly, KPPK is prepared to consider (taking) the appropriate actions to address the issue,” he said.

In 2018, KPPK with the cooperation of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) which assumes the role as study technical consultant had implemented a comprehensive study on the labour situation in the plantation sector in Malaysia.

It was carried out to ensure a more comprehensive study outcome.

The study was tabled and accepted by the Cabinet and will be presented to the US’ Department of Labour as one of the initiatives to remove Malaysia’s oil palm plantation sector from the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorisation Act (TVPRA) which has become the reference to the US CBP in making its decision.

The ministry hopes the move would be able to avoid the ban on the country’s agri-commodity products in the future.

“The ministry suggests that the oil palm industry including FGV continues to explore new markets taking into account the current COVID-19 pandemic situation by focusing on palm exports to potential countries in the African continent such as Nigeria, Central Asia and others,” he said.

Read also:
Govt taking measures to deal with oil palm industry labour issues, says Khairuddin

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22 October 2020
Govt taking measures to deal with oil palm industry labour issues, says Khairuddin

https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/malaysia-us-need-fair-platform-address-agricommodity-export-issue-%E2%80%94-ministry
22/10/2020 4:15 PM
strattegist steady
22/10/2020 4:26 PM
strattegist closed green
22/10/2020 5:19 PM
strattegist meowwwwwwwwwww
22/10/2020 5:20 PM
Mabel Meow Meow Meow
22/10/2020 10:53 PM
Mabel @supersinginvestor I hate cats..
Cat lovers =losers=fgv loser share
23/10/2020 10:04 AM

You sure or not?

FGV today no period...steady aje..

PPB today already got period..already down by 32 cents..

How can Mabel lose when Mabel cost is below RM 1?

FGV: 440,000 hectares
PPB: 41,929 hectares

Mabel loves big plantations..

Meow
23/10/2020 10:31 AM
drago_7 Awesome Mabel.. My cost is also below RM1 ... hehehehehhe
23/10/2020 10:33 AM
Mabel Well Done dragon_7!

Winners always think alike...

Hihihi...

Meow
23/10/2020 10:53 AM
strattegist meowwwwwww
23/10/2020 10:57 AM
strattegist wakakakaka kikikiki... bz body kaaa
23/10/2020 11:42 AM
Ubah_ Lousy KWAP CEO. Must go asap?
23/10/2020 3:11 PM
Ubah_ Ex-LTAT CEO Nik Amlizan to be KWAP CEO from Nov 2?
https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/exltat-ceo-nik-amlizan-be-kwap-ceo-nov-2
23/10/2020 3:12 PM
strattegist sustain
23/10/2020 3:35 PM
Mabel @supersinginvestor Yes winners always think alike so do losers..losers oso think alike wor...
I hate cats.
Cat lovers =losers=loser share lovers...
Birds of a feather flock together...
If want to look for losers come to fgv forum....
23/10/2020 11:25 AM

Looks like PPB's Period Virus is spreading like wild fires (dropped 32 sen). Now FGV also starts to have a symptom of a period (drop 2 sen).

Perhaps it's time we FGV farmers here starts helping our friend, The Man from Unker. Here are some good advice from my Financial Controller..

"If it’s too hard to estimate the probabilities of the events or the likelihood of favourable outcomes is too low, that’s when you should take a step back and move into the next opportunity. The best poker players are able to do this very well. They bet heavily when the odds are in their favour ( after doing their homework), otherwise, they don’t bet at all".

Why not follow us farmers here in FGV. It's all very clear...

Share Price Performance

Over the last 6 months, FGV is up by 27% while PPB is only up by 16.5%

Financial

FGV: Rev RM 3.3 B, YOY is up by 0.5%, Operating income is up by 600%, Cash is up by 642 %
PPB: Rev RM 953M, YOY is down by 17%, Operating Income is down by 83%, Cash is up by 15%

Land size

FGV: 440,000 hectares (Giant Plantation)
PPB: 41,929 hectares (Small Plantation)

Average Volume over the last 4 weeks
FGV: 14,384,105 shares
PBB: 778,145 shares

Potential upside for FGV,

All cleaning up has been done through the FGV Transformation Plan and do not forget the RM700 million on goodwill in 2018 — the group has seen five interested parties, and is looking forward to complete a sale by year end. Hence we are talking another potential right back that will improve FGV Balance Sheet!

FGV has both Oil Palm and Rubber which complement Our World Class Gloves Fantastic Four collection. Malaysia is

World No 1 Biggest Producers of Gloves
World No 2 Biggest Producers of Palm Oil
World No 3 Biggest Producer of Rubber.

I believe FGV has really something to offer to everyone who want to be a clear winner.

Competing at the highest level is not about winning. It’s about preparation, courage, understanding and nurturing your people, and heart. Winning is the result..

+ strattegist wakakakaka kikikiki... bz body kaaa
23/10/2020 11:42 AM

No lah strattegist ...I suppose our friend, The Man from Unker miss us so much. It's all pretty clear. We FGV Farmers here are a bunch of Winners, that's why he always rindu one...always comes here for more lesson :)

Hihihi...

Meow Meow Meow..
23/10/2020 4:19 PM
strattegist wakakakaka kikikiki... aiyooooo... aiyoyo
23/10/2020 4:33 PM
strattegist closed down 2 sen
23/10/2020 5:17 PM
Mabel No worry one..

Our FGV Plantation also got Pineapples..

Sure the symptoms of period will be gone next week..

Unker,

If you need Pineapple from FGV’s Giant Plantation, don't be shy.. we have lots of Pineapples to share..

Our mission in FGV is very clear. We want to feed more than 3 billion people across 200 Countries..

There's enough and plenty for everyone..

Meow Meow Meow
23/10/2020 5:57 PM
johnbrooks The edge weekly has a report on the potential termination of the LLA with Felda. From my reading it seems that it is more positive for FGV rather than negative. Yes they would lose out on 350k ha of land (in the end they will only be left with 143k Ha). However, the cash compensation to be received from this cancellation is around RM4bil to RM 5bil (or RM1.10 to RM1.40 cash per share). This does not include the 68 mill located on the lease land. Each of the mills will cost an additional RM30 to RM50 mil or at least another RM2bil. This will total to around RM6bil to RM7 bil (or RM1.65 to RM1.90 per share) With this money, FGV can easily find better plantation lands than the one they currently have (or pay dividend also can).

There is another suggestion that a cheaper way to do this is actually by privatizing FGV. Since Felda already owns 33.7% of FGV. Even if they offer a RM1.50 ( more than 30% premium than current price), it would only cost them RM3.6bil which is only half of what they have to pay FGV to cancel the LLA. At RM1.50 i think most people will take it.
24/10/2020 7:34 AM
Mabel @johnbrooks The edge weekly has a report on the potential termination of the LLA with Felda. From my reading it seems that it is more positive for FGV rather than negative. Yes they would lose out on 350k ha of land (in the end they will only be left with 143k Ha). However, the cash compensation to be received from this cancellation is around RM4bil to RM 5bil (or RM1.10 to RM1.40 cash per share). This does not include the 68 mill located on the lease land. Each of the mills will cost an additional RM30 to RM50 mil or at least another RM2bil. This will total to around RM6bil to RM7 bil (or RM1.65 to RM1.90 per share) With this money, FGV can easily find better plantation lands than the one they currently have (or pay dividend also can).

There is another suggestion that a cheaper way to do this is actually by privatizing FGV. Since Felda already owns 33.7% of FGV. Even if they offer a RM1.50 ( more than 30% premium than current price), it would only cost them RM3.6bil which is only half of what they have to pay FGV to cancel the LLA. At RM1.50 i think most people will take it.
24/10/2020 7:34 AM

Meow john. You are really spot on.

Just to add if FGV took Tan Sri SM offer, they will regain back the acreage in addition to the compensation as you stated.

PERSPECTIVE Lane (M) Sdn Bhd’s (PLSB) proposal to inject 132,940ha of oil palm plantation land, refineries and downstream activities into FGV Holdings Bhd would create a palm oil producer larger than IOI Corp Bhd based on planted area.

FGV’s plantation landbank size will increase to 212,170ha even if the company ends its eight-year land lease deal with the Federal Land Development Authority (Felda).

IOI has about 176,156ha of planted area, while industry mammoth Sime Darby Plantation Bhd (SDP) has 320,000ha.

Under the deal, FGV can continue to play as a strategic partner to Felda for settlers to sell their fresh fruit bunches (FFB) to FGV mills, especially those mills are located near their land parcels. FGV may continue to be their estate management agent with favourable terms.

Settlers can also sign an agreement with FGV for the latter to continue to manage those estates with an agreed profit sharing or with a minimum payment if the FFB price falls below a certain target price.

Bottom line, FGV will enjoy

1. Compensation which can go as high as RM6bil to RM7 bil (or RM1.65 to RM1.90 per share)
2. Land injection bigger that IOI Corp
3. Potential downstream activities that can help FGV.

To the Man from Unker,

This is how we farmers here in FGV think. We can read between the line. This is why we think those that has invested in FGV will not be a loser.

Thanks for sharing your insight John...

Meow
24/10/2020 8:57 AM
strattegist yes Mabel... the intrinsic value of FGV is very much higher than
the current market price... we would reap the fruits of our
labour in due course...
24/10/2020 9:15 AM
Mabel Absolutely strattegist!

Meow Meow Meow
24/10/2020 9:20 AM
Foker If Mabel is not closet gay, I want to diu her kaw kaw.
24/10/2020 3:06 PM
strattegist wakakaka kikikikiki aiyooooooo aiyoyo

bz body kept coming again and again....

hahahahaha...
24/10/2020 5:56 PM
Mabel @Foker If Mabel is not closet gay, I want to diu her kaw kaw.
24/10/2020 3:06 PM

Wah Foker didn't know you love me so much...following me everywhere I go...

Gay? Is that really you? No wonder I see you at my Innature Body Shops. I thought only gals love Body Shop products. Do you like our soap? It's make from FGV Palm Oil you know. Thanks for patronising Body Shops. Rest assure, it will make you smell lovely..

BTW how's your progress with your DIY? My advice is better Do It Yourself ..

Kaw kaw? Even on Supermax also you cannot hold how to Kaw Kaw?

Meow..
24/10/2020 9:56 PM
mf bursa panic sell
24/10/2020 9:58 PM
Mabel - supersinginvestor Fgv is a loser share for losers...
Muahahaha
I laugh at losers@mabel n her bf strategist....get a room...
24/10/2020 2:34 PM

Muahhh unker,

Yes are right, this is definitely our room and we are very proud to put our stakes in this room. We have the ambition to feed more than 3 billion people across 200 countries.

Have you tried our delicious pineapple? Please try it . It will help your PPB from prolong period. Mabel loves pineapples. It not only shorten Mabel's period. It's also full of Vitamin C which is good for Mabel's lovely white skin...

+strattegist wakakaka kikikikiki aiyooooooo aiyoyo

bz body kept coming again and again....

hahahahaha...
24/10/2020 5:56 PM

No lah strattegist ...I suppose our friend, The Man from Unker miss us so much. It's all pretty clear. We FGV Farmers here are a bunch of Winners, that's why he always rindu one...always comes here for more lesson :)

Hihihi...

Meow Meow Meow..
24/10/2020 10:05 PM
strattegist kikikikikiki... suffer?????..... lol
24/10/2020 10:40 PM
strattegist I m going to be happy... so will Mabel... no worries

meowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww
24/10/2020 10:41 PM
Mabel #strattegist I m going to be happy... so will Mabel... no worries

meowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww
24/10/2020 10:41 PM

Meow strattegist!

Yes Mabel will be here too. Absolutely!

Potential upside for FGV,

All cleaning up has been done through the FGV Transformation Plan and do not forget the RM700 million on goodwill in 2018 — the group has seen five interested parties, and is looking forward to complete a sale by year end. Hence we are talking another potential right back that will improve FGV Balance Sheet!

FGV has both Oil Palm and Rubber which complement Our World Class Gloves Fantastic Four collection. Malaysia is

World No 1 Biggest Producers of Gloves
World No 2 Biggest Producers of Palm Oil
World No 3 Biggest Producer of Rubber.

The latest development could trigger a mandatory general offer (MGO), as PLSB had book value of circa RM1.9bn as at 31 Dec 2018 (vs. FGV’s book value of circa RM4.2bn as at 31 Dec 2019), and shareholders’ approval will be required during the Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM). Additional upside.

1. Compensation which can go as high as RM6bil to RM7 bil (or RM1.65 to RM1.90 per share)
2. Land injection bigger that IOI Corp
3. Potential downstream activities that can help FGV.

Competing at the highest level is not about winning. It’s about preparation, courage, understanding and nurturing your people, and heart. Winning is the result..

I believe FGV has really something to offer to everyone who want to be a clear winner.

Meow Meow Meow
25/10/2020 9:48 AM
Mabel @supersinginvestor U people r very rude..i m leaving...losers!!
24/10/2020 11:35 PM

The night was beautiful. The room was cosy with Green ambient soft lights everywhere across the room. There's beautiful enchanting light music in the background and the smell of Jasmine Perfumes (from Mabel's Body Shops) were setting the scene. It was so romantic and a purrfect setup to sail into the beautiful sea..

Suddenly out of nowhere...an old unker storm into your room and start yelling ..*you are all losers?" How would you feel? who is rude?

Just think about it..

Meow
25/10/2020 9:53 AM
strattegist huahahahahaha kikikiki... bye again???...

wakakakakaka kikikikikiki
25/10/2020 4:12 PM
Why_ RM 4.3 billion Felda must pay FGV to terminate LLA nobody aware?
26/10/2020 8:56 AM
strattegist relax
26/10/2020 10:24 AM
26/10/2020 10:53 AM
mf #BHnasional Menteri Komunikasi dan Multimedia, Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah tiba jam 10.04 pagi diikuti Menteri di Jabatan Perdana Menteri (Ekonomi), Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed disusuli Menteri Perpaduan Negara, Datuk Halimah Mohamed Sadique
26/10/2020 10:53 AM
8888_ Agong reject Emergency(Darurat) good for FGV?
26/10/2020 10:57 AM
strattegist haiyaaaaa... so many times said bye...
BUT... still coming back...

wakakakakaka kikikikikiki...

love hate syndrome kaaa... aiyoooooo
26/10/2020 11:08 AM
strattegist lets meow meowww with Mabel...

meowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww
26/10/2020 11:10 AM
Mabel @Why_ RM 4.3 billion Felda must pay FGV to terminate LLA nobody aware?
26/10/2020 8:56 AM

Potentially it's more than RM 4.5 Billion. Please see John comments below..

johnbrooks shared:

The edge weekly has a report on the potential termination of the LLA with Felda. From my reading it seems that it is more positive for FGV rather than negative. Yes they would lose out on 350k ha of land (in the end they will only be left with 143k Ha). However, the cash compensation to be received from this cancellation is around RM4bil to RM 5bil (or RM1.10 to RM1.40 cash per share). This does not include the 68 mill located on the lease land. Each of the mills will cost an additional RM30 to RM50 mil or at least another RM2bil. This will total to around RM6bil to RM7 bil (or RM1.65 to RM1.90 per share) With this money, FGV can easily find better plantation lands than the one they currently have (or pay dividend also can).

There is another suggestion that a cheaper way to do this is actually by privatizing FGV. Since Felda already owns 33.7% of FGV. Even if they offer a RM1.50 ( more than 30% premium than current price), it would only cost them RM3.6bil which is only half of what they have to pay FGV to cancel the LLA. At RM1.50 i think most people will take it.
24/10/2020 7:34 AM
26/10/2020 11:12 AM
supersinginvestor Fine..i m leaving...bye
26/10/2020 11:17 AM
Mabel supersinginvestor @mabel..
I old unker meh..
I never said anything oso just advice lor...
25/10/2020 2:47 PM

My uncle is old oledi. So since you say you unker, my visualization is my uncle. He is 94 like TDM..

Thanks and appreciate the advice unker.

Talking about advices. YDPA has already call for ceasefire. Everyone should stop politics. Let the Government of the day work in peace so that they can focus on Covid & Economy.

If you look in the Glove Industry, Thailand Sri Trang is playing dirty tricks to hit Malaysian glove manufacturers. The current issue with US CBP was due to their instigation. Sri Trang factories are likely staffed by illegals from Laos and Myanmar living in worse conditions. The same with Palm Oil, Rubber. Soon the Viet Kong will learn to plant oil palms and China and Thailand will catch up with our Gloves like how Thailand regain No 1 producer of Rubber..

Here is our problem why we are left behind despite countless blessing that God gave us. We are too much inwards focus. Fighting all the times. We have something very precious; we take it for granted. By right we should close rank and focus on the business. That's what eventually will put the food on the table.

Difference of option should be encouraged. As long eventually we all closed rank for the sake of the country should be good for everyone. To be Honest DAP has few MP which are good for the country. Teresa and Anthony Loke are few names that has fine example of leadership. It's such a waste of talent if we cannot use them.

So, let get the budget pass. With Money, for sure Felda surely can pay more than RM 4.5 Billion to us FGV Farmers. Right now everyone should be as gentle as they can be with each other. All Winners..

Deal?

Meow
26/10/2020 11:29 AM
strattegist stable... meowwwwww
26/10/2020 11:35 AM
Mabel @strattegist lets meow meowww with Mabel...

meowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww
26/10/2020 11:10 AM

Meow strategist!

Dou know what environment impact soya beans plantation? There is no any animals at all. Nothing ! Palm oil plantation on the other hand, you still can find animals inside. Palm Oil is animal friendly including unker's woof woof...

The western media portray Palm oil destroys forest but protect their oil seed crops. Palm oil are tall trees over 40 feet high and last up to 30 years. None of other oil seed crops are like palm oil. They hold no wildlife and need to be cleared every year for replanting

Palm oil helps replenish oxygen for planet earth like none other oil seed crops

Right now ...

1st corn short supply,
2nd Soya Bean short supply
3rd Cabbage short supply

Soon Sawit will also be short supply. FCPO i now firm above RM2,900/MT, then we might anticipate some trading interest on plantation stocks.

If it’s too hard to estimate the probabilities of the events or the likelihood of favourable outcomes is too low, that’s when we should take a step back and move into the next opportunity. The best poker players are able to do this very well. They bet heavily when the odds are in their favour( after doing their homework), otherwise, they don’t bet at all.

So instead checking who is the winner or loser, it's better to just continue accumulating your favorite plantation stocks..at least that's what I have been doing.

The peak for FGV price has yet to come. Lock your profits if you have to. But don't sell all and by all means, avoid CWs. There already too many CWs. You may think you spotted a good deal and other investors are dumb to buy mother share instead of warrant. Just wait till IB press down the price and you lose all money in the CW. You will know who is dumb in the end. We already seen this happen recently. Learn from that mistake.

Meow Meow Meow
26/10/2020 11:42 AM
strattegist closed red
26/10/2020 5:41 PM
Mabel Today 4 of my 11 Plantations is RED...

FCPO Jan above RM 3069

This should be good for our Plantation.

Meow
26/10/2020 9:13 PM
8888_ Najib urged support for Anwar during MPs meet - BN sources
https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/548191
26/10/2020 10:16 PM
izoklse Najib: Support for Anwar only if it doesn't involve DAP

https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/548213

SOKONG 100%
26/10/2020 10:19 PM

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 NameLastChange 
 MRDIY 1.75+0.15 
 VSOLAR 0.03-0.005 
 ASB 0.185+0.02 
 MAHSING 0.98-0.06 
 LUSTER 0.17-0.005 
 KGROUP-OR 0.0050.00 
 IRIS 0.26-0.005 
 KANGER 0.1750.00 
 CAREPLS 3.71-0.07 
 SAPNRG 0.100.00 

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