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KLSE: AIRASIA (5099)       AIRASIA GROUP BHD MAIN : Consumer
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Agjl Fly away
10/12/2019 11:27 AM
strattegist relax...
10/12/2019 11:29 AM
joeshare dumping not finish.. downtrending nearly everyday... fair price at rm 1
10/12/2019 11:45 AM
joeshare @icepumpkin i suggest u do TA.. look at bolinger and MA.. dont trust members here they can tell u 'buy' but they are selling to you or vice versa. they can also say sell but they buy.. do your own research bro
10/12/2019 11:47 AM
Questions My view is AA might gonna stagger around 1.66 . And shoot up to 1.9 when there is a good spark ( good news ) just my 2 cent
10/12/2019 11:48 AM
joeshare questions anychance you could provide evidence of that based on FA and TA?
10/12/2019 11:57 AM
Aristocats Merry Christmas.
Go holiday lah.
10/12/2019 12:00 PM
DAN84 indeed. I just ask to buy whenever it's dropping & dip. most importantly u must have the holding power to play stock.. GL!!
10/12/2019 12:11 PM
icepumpkin thanks @joeshare.
10/12/2019 12:16 PM
icepumpkin @questions that was the trend these few months back. base on MA should sell lol.
nevermind la buy bit. if drop further buy bit again. if drop further again, put in freezer don't want to look at it anymore.
10/12/2019 12:22 PM
DAN84 @icepumpkin, that's should be the way. trust your own judgement..
10/12/2019 12:26 PM
elishatzen My average cost is at 1.96 even worst haha
10/12/2019 1:29 PM
john1102 mine 2.3, waiting to jump from office
10/12/2019 1:58 PM
Kelvin Jing Wei So worry AA..... don drop again looooo
10/12/2019 2:00 PM
elishatzen Hope airasia can pay dividends in the next QR 4 report however, based on the current liabilities highly unlikely unless very strong revenue growth
10/12/2019 2:04 PM
good spectra hello airasia
10/12/2019 2:14 PM
Agjl Already relax from 1.95 til now
10/12/2019 2:17 PM
Agjl Cost at 2.03 cut loss at 1.95. Thanks for past dividends and good bye for now. Near term dont see any impetus to go in. Long term is good but near term earnings will be plague by uncertainties and high costs. Selling pressure will continue slowly day by day. Thats my 2 cents. No offence
10/12/2019 2:19 PM
elishatzen Yes you are right short term the current liabilities don't look good
10/12/2019 2:26 PM
Kendo Ken Hz RM1? Najib will sell Rosie diamond to all in. Haha
10/12/2019 2:26 PM
Agjl The more i read from AA management that non core airline business will contribute more bla bla bla, i straight away get a chill. In another way mgmt is telling airline will b bleaked near term so everyone please be patience.....we will make it in 3-5 years....the more they said the more signals i got....TONY already pocketed 2b. He can wait another 10 years
10/12/2019 2:27 PM
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28/11/2019 1.66 AffinHwang
10/12/2019 2:34 PM
ArmadaLuck88 Huhu..free fall... Lucky did not follow my friend throw 300k to buy AA just because of dividend 70sen, only will add it to my list if this drop until 1.60 like last time i told my friend
10/12/2019 2:37 PM
AlgoQuant Perhaps the growth investors in this forum would like to look at a takaful insurance co that is experiencing and inflection point and a structural shift in islamic insurance..

Takaful's net profit grew by CAGR 25% over the last 10 years from RM 38 mil (2009) to RM 380 mil (T4Q), increasing even through the global financial crisis and recession, with a still low takaful penetration of 16% (overall insurance penetration rate of only 50% with takaful insurance growing much faster than conventional insurance) that is currently trading at a PE of only 12.7x / P/BV 3.6x (historical P/BV 6.x)

(AlgoQuant) A Takaful Titan & Analysis of Listed Insurance Companies (TAKAFUL)

https://klse.i3investor.com/blogs/AlgoQuant/243164.jsp
10/12/2019 3:09 PM
Victor Yong BigPay: Challenge Banking
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10/12/2019 3:20 PM
Victor Yong https://www.soyacincau.com/2019/08/21/bigpay-card-big-points-double-revision/
10/12/2019 3:27 PM
Victor Yong AirAsia sees non-airline segment as top earner
Author: Tan KW Publish date: Tue, 10 Dec 2019, 2:19 PM

KUALA LUMPUR: AirAsia Group Bhd (AirAsia) believes the non-airline businesses under its subsidiary RedBeatVentures have the potential to outperform the airline business in the next two to three years.

RedBeatVentures group president Aireen Omar said the company’s revenue contribution was likely be substantial to AirAsia as the former was rapidly building its business foundation.

“There is a potential for our digital business to overtake the airline business because our RedBeat Ventures business is not only about flying from one point to another point. That’s what we are working towards too,” Aireen told the New Straits Times recently.

RedBeatVentures’ businesses include e-wallet application BigPay, travel and lifestyle technology company BigLife, cargo and logistics company Teleports, food and beverages company Santan and T&CO as well as record label company RedRecords.

Aireen said the company would continue building its businesses, while growing its presence around the region.

“At RedBeatVentures, we offer everything to the consumers for them to enjoy their journey and day to day activity. We have loyalty points, which are important as customers can use that alternately to purchase goods and earn those points and use BigPay – buyflights tickets, hotels or travel itinerary or shop at our shop,” she added.

She said RedBeat Ventures aims to promote all AirAsia’s non-airline digital businesses to create a bigger ecosystem, while improving the lifestyle of everybody.

“BigPay, Santan and T&C), Teleportsand BigLife all have their own revenue contributions. It is more than just selling an airline tickets, but the consolidated revenue will be bigger,” she said.

RedBeatVentures houses all AirAsia’s non-airline digital businesses, leveraging on the former’s assets including its network, presence and market share as well as data base.

“These are our new businesses where we created companies under the care of RedBeat Ventures, which is wholly-owned by AirAsia Group Bhd,” she said.

On Santan and T&CO establishment, Aireen said the company had seen the demand from AirAsia’s passengers requesting for the airline’s in-flight foods even when they are not flying with AirAsia.

“We think this can be a bigger business than just selling foods on the plane – as it is essentially our first ‘restaurant’ where we sell all our foods to passengers. We found that people who are not flying with us also want to buy our foods.

“Hence, we decided to own several restaurants but the bigger business model would be on franchising because we feel that we want to harness young entrepreneurial talent or talent around the region,” she said.

Aireen said the company would want to extend its effort in promoting inclusivity and giving people around the region a chance to own a business through its franchise programme.

“We hope to be able to do that very soon. This business is also about harnessing and encouraging local ingredients or produce – promoting Asean and the foods that we have in the region,” she said.

Aireen said the company would go directly to supplies in making food affordable, tastier and healthier.

“We really need to ensure the cost is low and we will find ways in trying to do that perhaps using technology to help scale up or to have a direct connection to suppliers to make it simple and fast aswell as scalable for us to approach the suppliers as well as promoting local farmers including Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines.

“Generally, we look at the best place and suppliers in relation giving the best cost and quality with best value. We are looking at building business in the region. Naturally, the supplies will come around the region,” she said.

Aireen said AirAsia aspires to be more than just an airline, being a true lifestyle and travel e-commerce platform.

“We want to use a lot of technology because we feel it is the way forward in terms of simplicity and better experience, speed to market and scalability as well as market reach.

“There will be more and more businesses that will complement the airline’s business, which will create a whole ecosystem of travel and lifestyle including our BigPay and teleports logistics company,” she said.

Meanwhile, AirAsia is targeting its non-airline business to contribute around 60 per cent to group revenue in the next five years from the current 20 per cent following its business diversification.

AirAsia Group chief executive officer Tan Sri Tony Fernandes said the diversification was in tandem with its focus on transforming the group into a global digital and lifestyle leader.
10/12/2019 3:30 PM
Victor Yong AirAsia Group expects non-airline business to contribute 60% to revenue
Author: Tan KW Publish date: Fri, 6 Dec 2019, 5:48 PM

KUALA LUMPUR: AirAsia Group Bhd expects its non-airline business to contribute 60% to its revenue from about 20% currently in the next five years, said group chief executive officer Tan Sri Tony Fernandes today.

The low-cost carrier is diversifying its business, venturing into the food and beverage industry with the recent opening of its restaurant, Santan, followed by its entrance in the music industry with the launch of its record label, RedRecords, today.

"As we celebrate 18 years of operation for AirAsia, we are focused on transforming the airline into a global digital travel and lifestyle leader.

"Now we are heading back to our musical roots to revolutionise the future of Asian pop culture and give it the worldwide stage it deserves," he told reporters after announcing the group’s 50:50 joint venture with Universal Music Group to set up RedRecords here today. - Bernama
10/12/2019 3:31 PM
Victor Yong AirAsia Philippines IPO next year?

AirAsia. 12M likes. AirAsiaPhilippines - The Official Philippines' AirAsia Fan page. All queries will be answered through Facebook direct message 7AM - ...
Imagehttps://business.inquirer.net › on...
On heels of buyout news, AirAsia has huge goals in long overdue IPO | Inquirer Business
14 Oct 2019 · AirAsia Philippines had floated plans for a public listing as early as 2015. This was delayed due to a mix of factors, including
10/12/2019 3:55 PM
Victor Yong Finally, No More Queuing Up At Money Changer - Loanstreet
8 May 2019 · Since BigPay is created by AirAsia, they have been loud in .... FYI, RM4 will be charged for flight booking using online banking such as ...
10/12/2019 4:00 PM
Victor Yong Virtual bank license for AirAsia in 2020? Already have bigpay
10/12/2019 4:00 PM
strattegist aiyo kazambo...
10/12/2019 4:20 PM
Agjl Dont trust EPF buying. They have no choice but to average down like many of us.
10/12/2019 4:39 PM
AlibabaInf SELL WHEN U HEARD GOOD NEW FROM AIRASIA
10/12/2019 5:04 PM
AlibabaInf wait at rm 0.80 below
10/12/2019 5:05 PM
Kendo Ken Hz Bigpay restaurant logistic etc.are tough biz, is aa can do better than others, I have reservations.
10/12/2019 5:09 PM
Victor Yong cukup cheap , bukan? :p


Revealed: The cheapest airline in the world by cost per mile


https://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/news/cheapest-airlines-revealed

16/5/2018 · AirAsia X is the cheapest airline in the world, according to a new survey Credit: iStock ... with Air Asia X taking top spot, followed by Air India Express and Indonesia AirAsia.
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Air Asia X named cheapest international airline in the world


https://asiancorrespondent.com/2018/05/air-asia-x-named-cheapest-international-airline...

ASIA dominates the world’s cheapest airlines list, but the other results may surprise you. Booking engine and travel planning platform Rome2Rio has released a report detailing the cheapest 200 ...
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Are these the world's best budget airlines?


https://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/lists/best-budget-airlines

14/8/2018 · T he 2018 World Airline Awards, ... (just behind the AirAsia group, based in Malaysia, and Lion Air, from Indonesia). ... A recent study revealed it to be the world’s cheapest airline in terms ...
10/12/2019 5:32 PM
Victor Yong airasia invested in easyparcel to compete with pos malaysia, etc for ecommerce delivery, new grow area. air cargo to door-to-door delivery services , dah full set :)


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AirAsia's Teleport co-invests in EasyParcel | The Star Online
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Jul 16, 2019 - KUALA LUMPUR: Teleport, the rebranded cargo and logistics platform of AIRASIA Group Bhd has co-invested equally with Gobi Partners, a venture capital firm of around RM43. 8mil (US$10.6mil) in EasyParcel, a regional e-commerce and parcel delivery player, to scale online parcel ...
AirAsia's Teleport, Gobi invest US$10.6m in EasyParcel | The ...
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Jul 16, 2019 - (From left): Gobi Partners managing director, Malaysia, Jamaludin Bujang, AirAsia Group CEO Tan Sri Tony Fernandes, EasyParcel founder ...
Teleport and Gobi invest US$10.6M in EasyParcel to grow ...
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Jul 16, 2019 - Teleport, the rebranded cargo and logistics platform of AirAsia, and leading ... EasyParcel gains access to Teleport's unrivalled logistics and ...
AirAsia partners Gobi to invest US$10.6m in EasyParcel
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Jul 16, 2019 - AirAsia's investment in EasyParcel is made through its rebranded cargo and logistics platform Teleport, under a 50:50 arrangement with Gobi ...
AirAsia's Teleport, Gobi invest US$10.6m in EasyParcel
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Jul 16, 2019 - KUALA LUMPUR: AirAsia Group Bhd's rebranded cargo and logistics platform Teleport and venture capital firm Gobi Partners have invested ...
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Jul 17, 2019 - EasyParcel plans to put their series B funding of US$10.6 million into customer acquisition while simultaneously scaling up their delivery ...
10/12/2019 5:36 PM
Victor Yong Q4, 2019, usually one of the best quarter plus starting Q1, 2020 Visit Malaysia Year 2020 starts. be + :)
10/12/2019 5:37 PM
Victor Yong banyak inovasi OTW :)

AirAsia looks beyond the pipe for inflight connectivity value
Author: Tan KW | Publish date: Fri, 6 Dec 2019, 5:47 PM

Selling inflight connectivity packages to passengers proves to be a poor business proposition. Prices are high, take rates are low and the economics rarely deliver a return to justify the investment. So when an airline commits to a full-fleet deployment AND says it can be a revenue positive move that’s worth digging into. AirAsia expects to have 100 aircraft fitted with satellite-based inflight connectivity by the end of 2019, and sees a light at the end of the tunnel, where the investment starts paying off relatively soon.

It was never just about giving a pipe and letting passengers do whatever they want. What we’re more focused on is making sure WiFi is used for other services, e-commerce and advertising. WiFi is used to draw customers to the portal. And on GX it is going to give customers a better experience.

– AirAsia WiFi CEO Sargunan “Guna” Seenivasan
Airlines and suppliers have talked about delivering ancillary services though inflight connectivity for years, but execution has been subpar so far. AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes is ready to see that change. Some of the changes are low-hanging fruit. The carrier does a solid business with inflight duty free and ancillary sales. Reducing payment fraud has real value to the company. And Fernandes know that is part of the value. But there’s more. Much more. “The WiFi enables us to do payment better, enables us to capture data so we can personalize our information to passengers more, and it’s very useful as a CRM for our own crew and add lots of operational benefits.”

A digital retail offering in the sky
Beyond the payment fixes Fernandes wants to completely change the way the inflight sales process works. “We’re creating a restaurant and retail feeling, we’re not pushing a trolley down the aisle. You shop when you want to, you eat when you want to and how you want to eat.” Just removing the menu from the seatback and making it a digital offering would save significant weight from the AirAsia planes. That cost savings – printing and carrying the magazines – would be a significant boost to the company. The improved passenger experience from getting the carts out of the aisle is another benefit.

Because it built its connectivity solution from the ground up focused on the inflight sales AirAsia WiFi CEO Sargunan “Guna” Seenivasan believes that value win is just around the corner, “We want to digitize the whole experience. If I want to buy a coffee I just go to the portal and buy the coffee. We can be more intelligent in offering the services. And we can understand the individual customers.”

Seenivasan is looking beyond just the inflight sales opportunities. Expanding the catalog to a massively larger range of goods changes the math on the margins significantly. “We can also sell for collection on the ground on arrival or home delivery. With the digital experience you can have an unlimited number of [products] for sale, far more variety than what fits in the cart.” The carrier already has partnerships for the airport pickup option at its home base in Kuala Lumpur, plus Melbourne-Avalon and destinations in the Philippines. Fulfillment is relatively easy. An automated email with the shopping cart list can be dispatched to a partner and fulfilled before the passenger gets to the terminal. Home delivery works similarly, though with different partners.

But is it profitable?
Many airlines are unwilling to experiment too much with their inflight connectivity offerings until the fleet is fully deployed. The problem is sufficiently large that Gogo splits its revenue reporting for global airlines based on whether they’re fully deployed or not, essentially discounting the poor numbers from those airlines still deploying. But that’s not Fernandes’s style. He’s not going to let AirAsia wait, “We can start getting value now; we just have to go for it.”

We’re trying to make the whole experience as seamless as possible. The last thing we want if for passenger to come into the portal then leave it and do whatever they want. We need to make the portal engagement more exciting and more interesting. – Seenivasan

The carrier is working on just “going for it,” even as the results are not quite to the desired levels. Working with Inmarsat the carrier has 14 aircraft fitted with the GX Aviation solution today, on top of 70 that carry the older, slower SwiftBroadband solution. That’s a strong pool of aircraft across which the company is collecting data and selling products. And all that data is supposed to lead to better offers, better sales numbers, better returns. And it is, but not well enough. Seenivasan acknowledges the shortcomings, “Passengers are responding, but not to the level that we want yet. It is not super-impressive yet. We’re working to get better packages and more targeted.”

https://klse.i3investor.com/blogs/kianweiarit
10/12/2019 5:38 PM
Victor Yong all tony's IPO merugikan investors kecuali airasia :p
10/12/2019 5:47 PM
Victor Yong average upside masih ada 53sen :)

Market Cap: 5,548 Million
NOSH: 3,342 Million
Avg Volume (4 weeks): 6,152,055
4 Weeks Range: 1.65 - 1.94
4 Weeks Price Volatility (%):
3.45%
52 Weeks Range: 1.65 - 3.29
52 Weeks Price Volatility (%):
0.61%
Average Price Target: 2.19
Price Target Upside/Downside: +0.53
10/12/2019 5:47 PM
Victor Yong wow, less than 1 bulan, fell from 1.9+++, dah best buy kini :)

Recent Prices
Date Open Range Close Change Volume
09/12/2019 1.70 1.68 - 1.72 1.68 -0.01 (0.59%) 4,462,300
06/12/2019 1.67 1.66 - 1.70 1.69 +0.02 (1.20%) 6,430,000
05/12/2019 1.66 1.66 - 1.69 1.67 0.00 (0.00%) 3,337,300
04/12/2019 1.67 1.66 - 1.69 1.67 0.00 (0.00%) 5,059,000
03/12/2019 1.69 1.67 - 1.69 1.67 -0.02 (1.18%) 4,926,400
02/12/2019 1.70 1.67 - 1.72 1.69 0.00 (0.00%) 8,020,100
29/11/2019 1.72 1.68 - 1.72 1.69 -0.02 (1.17%) 4,904,400
28/11/2019 1.71 1.67 - 1.72 1.71 -0.04 (2.29%) 12,007,400
27/11/2019 1.76 1.71 - 1.79 1.75 -0.01 (0.57%) 5,661,300
26/11/2019 1.77 1.72 - 1.79 1.76 -0.01 (0.56%) 14,420,500
25/11/2019 1.79 1.75 - 1.80 1.77 -0.01 (0.56%) 5,861,000
22/11/2019 1.78 1.76 - 1.79 1.78 0.00 (0.00%) 4,123,300
21/11/2019 1.82 1.77 - 1.82 1.78 -0.04 (2.20%) 6,964,200
20/11/2019 1.85 1.81 - 1.86 1.82 -0.04 (2.15%) 13,001,100
19/11/2019 1.89 1.85 - 1.89 1.86 -0.03 (1.59%) 2,619,700
18/11/2019 1.87 1.84 - 1.89 1.89 +0.03 (1.61%) 3,060,100
15/11/2019 1.84 1.84 - 1.87 1.86 +0.02 (1.09%) 1,516,700
14/11/2019 1.89 1.83 - 1.89 1.84 -0.05 (2.65%) 5,242,900
13/11/2019 1.92 1.88 - 1.94 1.89 -0.03 (1.56%) 8,124,700
12/11/2019 1.92 1.91 - 1.94 1.92 -0.01 (0.52%) 3,298,700
10/12/2019 5:49 PM
Victor Yong EPF beli banyak, kenapa? :)

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10/12/2019 5:50 PM
Victor Yong fun for intra-day trader also ? : )

4 Weeks Price Volatility (%):
3.45%
10/12/2019 5:59 PM
Victor Yong brand value juga baik

[Press Release] AirAsia Named One of Malaysia's Most ...
https://www.facebook.com › notes › airasia › press-release-airasia-named-o...
It was a great honour and exciting day for us as AirAsia was listed as one of Malaysia's Most Valuable Brands (MMVB) at the MMVB award ceremony last Wed.
Press Release: Inmarsat GX broadband now available with ...
https://runwaygirlnetwork.com › 2019/09/20 › press-release-inmarsat-gx-b...
Sep 20, 2019 - Philip Balaam, President of Inmarsat Aviation, said: “AirAsia's launch of GX Aviation services is a significant milestone, as it brings to life the ...
10/12/2019 6:01 PM
Victor Yong harap harga saham juga best asap :P

02-Dec-2019 AirAsia awarded Best Partner Airline for the fourth time running at Sabah Tourism Awards 2019
10/12/2019 6:02 PM
yoyo flying to Singapore
10/12/2019 6:03 PM
Victor Yong Outlook

Management is positive on 2020 outlook as they look forward to fare normalisation in 4Q19. Meanwhile, the yield is expected to rise with the use of A321neo aircraft, which come with 236 seats or 50 seats more than A320neo.
The group has received its first A321neo recently and will take delivery of 3 more for 2019. For 2020, 6 out of total 12 aircraft to be delivered to AirAsia would be A321neo. AirAsia will deploy the aircraft to service destinations with limited slots.
Currently, AAGB has 5 aircraft which will be disposed to BBAM group pursuant to an earlier agreement signed by both parties. TAA would also dispose all 21 units of its owned-aircraft next month to unlock asset value.
No major changes in fuel hedging as the group has maintained its position in hedging 65% of fuel requirement at US$62.77b (Brent) for 2019, 73% at US$60.22/b for 2020 and 19% at US$59.45/b for 2021.


Valuation

Looking beyond price competition, which is unsustainable in the long run, we advocate investors to Buy into AirAsia for its market share gain as well as its established networks, which are crucial for future profitability. Target price is reduced to RM2.01/share based on 10x CY20 EPS. Maintain Buy.
Source: TA Research - 28 Nov 2019
10/12/2019 6:05 PM
Victor Yong good4airlines stocks :)

https://www.thestar.com.my/business/business-news/2019/12/10/saudi-arabia-isnt-getting-bullish-about-oil-for-2020-budget
10/12/2019 6:52 PM


 

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