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junetan20 got volume
13/03/2019 4:39 PM
Waterflea Coming?
14/03/2019 12:58 PM
nurz when can coming....
14/03/2019 1:19 PM
5c0160 2022
14/03/2019 7:27 PM
super hero Watch out!!! Heavy sell off ahead!!
14/03/2019 7:29 PM
Kelvin Ng What means
14/03/2019 7:46 PM
Icon8888 Means he very keen about the stock
14/03/2019 7:48 PM
abang_misai Still can keep or not?

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Means he very keen about the stock
14/03/2019 8:32 PM
captainjeremysparrow http://www.bursamalaysia.com/market/listed-companies/company-announcements/6095537

good news?
14/03/2019 8:48 PM
paksaham tomorrow jump start
14/03/2019 9:54 PM
iswara good news, start operating......they stop operating since changed new government...........
14/03/2019 9:55 PM
iswara but need time to ..............
14/03/2019 9:55 PM
nckcm Wa pworth back to life ! FMU coming back !
14/03/2019 11:40 PM
Abraham Superhero... State government agreed to 11 installments,read between the lines. State government could have insisted on 1 single payment causing priceworth to tutup kedai. Internally they have come to some arrangement. Wink wink
15/03/2019 12:55 AM
azta12 start add some.
15/03/2019 8:41 AM
mudah288 You will not see this figure 0.04 any more.
15/03/2019 9:22 AM
Sk9864 Buy buy buy
15/03/2019 9:57 AM
Yu_and_Mee this stock turn up to be top vol today. i saw morning morning huge trading bought at 0.06 with about 45 million shares. this is sooooo unbelievable.
15/03/2019 10:05 AM
Smallshark88 now less energy to put d
15/03/2019 10:09 AM
Yu_and_Mee seller so huge again
15/03/2019 10:27 AM
nicholai1983 KUALA LUMPUR: Shares in Priceworth International Bhdhave advanced 22% during Friday’s early session following news that it will restart operations at Sandakan plywood mill.

Priceworth, the most active counter, jumped 22.22% , or one sen to 5.5 sen with 71 million shares traded. In the past one year, the counter has fallen some 30.16%.


Priceworth, whose logging operations have been affected by a verification exercise, expects to restart operations at its plywood mill in Sandakan, after it secured the return of 11,099 cubic metres of logs from the Sabah Forestry Department (SFD).

“We will be able to restart operations at Sinora’s plywood mill in Sandakan with
15/03/2019 10:29 AM
junetan20 hahah, finally..... avg at 0.084....... T_T since right issue
15/03/2019 10:48 AM
Chua Joe Beng Wow! Wind of Change! ham yee fun sang!
15/03/2019 11:40 AM
nicholai1983 9 sen easily go up!!! but i want 15 sen!!!!
15/03/2019 12:04 PM
Waterflea Finally train is coming. After a long wait.
15/03/2019 1:02 PM
ivan9511 goodup with big v
this one got good news
going yo limit upppp soon after so long quite
all the bext
15/03/2019 3:24 PM
Alwak Tp 0.130 next year feb
15/03/2019 3:44 PM
5c0160 Dnt dream too much.
15/03/2019 9:22 PM
winfly If not dream what for we buy share! Just keep the money in bank.
16/03/2019 12:31 PM
pc007 Positive indicators...Strong support at 0.055....more to come.
18/03/2019 11:15 AM
Cyven Kew The trade war was ended?
18/03/2019 11:55 AM
Cyven Kew I buy little-little keep , but dropped fro 0.08 > 0.04...
I TOP up 2 times at 0.05 and 0.04... very hard to wait for this good news....average price 0.06 ... so ... now keep or sold...??
But decided sold half around 0.08 ... hope can go up...

We all buy share always follow when it go up... and throw when it go down.... it was very hard to stand/ hold with the bad news on the market,
I keep this share from last years 0.08 until now .... don’t care it’s going to lost all...
we won’t get profit if we just follow what news on the market.... just try to feel what the goreng boss want to play on the share.....

1. What I was think is .... (just predictions)
a. The company was profit-able
b. they collect money from RI
c. The going to profit more but they don’t want to share the profit to all people..... so they spread the bad news...
They push down the share price ... they was collecting from 0.04-0.05 from last years....all share coming back to their hand... now good news coming... all profit go back in their pocket...
Logically think how come one big company ... become none profit after RI.....
Malaysia logging ..... many way to Alibaba... our slogan... is always “Malaysia Boleh”
18/03/2019 12:20 PM
AlfI3 So, shall v top up more b4 its prc to shoot? Look rather unlikely, as no momentum ody
19/03/2019 6:42 AM
Cyven Kew No 100% up share ... maybe will drop also after the throw all share collected at 0.04
19/03/2019 3:08 PM
Cyven Kew I just stay ... try luck
19/03/2019 3:09 PM
Cyven Kew They can push down again the share price
19/03/2019 3:11 PM
DoomStock Is Your Stock Doomed?

Few people seem to spot the early signs of a company in distress.

Not long ago, this company was worth a billion of ringgits.

Today, it no longer exist. Their collapses came as a surprise to most, including their investors.

Even large shareholders, many of them with an inside track, were caught off guard.
20/03/2019 10:41 AM
DoomStock Just as a seriously ill person can make a full recovery and go on to lead a fulfilling life while a seemingly healthy person can drop dead without warning, some very sick companies can make miraculous recoveries while apparently thriving ones can collapse overnight.

But the probability of this is very low. Typically, when a company is struggling, the warning signs are there.

Make it your business to know a company's business and you'll minimize your chances of getting caught in a corporate train wreck.
20/03/2019 10:42 AM
DoomStock Interest repayments place pressure on cash flow, and this pressure is likely to be exacerbated for distressed companies.

Because they a higher risk of default to banks, struggling companies must pay a higher interest rate. Debt therefore tends to shrink their returns.
20/03/2019 10:47 AM
DoomStock Keeping a close eye on cash flow, which is a company's life line, can guard against holding a worthless share certificate.

Examine the company's cash burn rate. If a company burns cash too fast, it runs the risk of going out of business.
20/03/2019 2:05 PM
DoomStock The savvy investor should also watch out for unusual share price declines.

Almost all corporate collapses are preceded by a sustained share price decline.

Enron's share price started falling two years before it went bust.

A big share price decline might signal trouble ahead.

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Look at the other factors that can help you tell them apart.
20/03/2019 2:13 PM
DoomStock Conclusion

Typically, when a company is struggling, the warning signs are there.

Your best line of defense as an investor is to be informed - ask questions, do your research, be alert to unusual activities. Make it your business to know a company's business and you'll minimize your chances of getting caught in a corporate train wreck.
20/03/2019 2:24 PM
5c0160 Totally agreed Doomstock. *do your research.
20/03/2019 7:14 PM
Cyven Kew So need to pull out loh..... but one things ... we will not known the truth except the owner.. they can make good report and they also can make bad financial report...
20/03/2019 11:16 PM
samyew1234 all in sailang
20/03/2019 11:56 PM
samyew1234 now or never
20/03/2019 11:57 PM
Sk9864 http://www.bursamalaysia.com/market/listed-companies/company-announcements/6101573
21/03/2019 8:15 PM
5c0160 good new sk?
21/03/2019 8:39 PM
samuel KOTA KINABALU, 14 MARCH 2019: PRICEWORTH International Bhd (Priceworth) expects
to restart operations at its plywood mill in Sandakan soon, having secured the return of about
11,000 cubic metres of logs from the Sabah Forestry Department (SFD).
“We will be able to restart operations at Sinora’s plywood mill in Sandakan with the return of
these logs, while we continue working on the completion of our acquisition of FMU5,” said
Priceworth executive director Richard Koo.
The timber and forest plantation group said it has agreed to pay the royalty, premium,
conservation fee and related costs for a total of 11,098.78 cubic metres of logs.
“We would like to take this opportunity to thank the Sabah State Government and the Sabah
Forestry Department for allowing us to pay by 11 instalments in 2 months from the date of their
letter dated yesterday,” said Priceworth executive director Richard Koo.
“Meanwhile, we will continue to engage with the Sabah Forestry Department on resuming
harvesting operations at FMU 5,” added Koo.
“With the resumption of harvesting, we would be able to focus on supporting the state
government's policy of encouraging more high-value downstream industries,” he said.
Priceworth is working on expanding its downstream operations with a new line for the
production of container flooring. A sustainable supply of raw material is one of the most pressing
issues preventing downstream timber players in Sabah from contributing higher value-added
products to the state’s exports.
Priceworth halted harvesting operations in July 2018 following inspections by the Sabah state
government’s Special Task Force
22/03/2019 3:12 PM
pc007 With FMU5, Priceworth will have a stable, regular supply of sustainable, renewable logs from a long term forestry management concession with 81 years remaining on its tenure extending to 2097.

“Properly managed, FMU5 has the potential of producing more than RM1bil worth of legal, certified timber over the next decade based on the independent forester’s estimate.

Currently, Priceworth’s main product is plywood, of which 90 percent is sold to the Japanese market,”

Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/business/business-news/2018/08/06/fmu5-is-worth-the-price/#Ogg3eZURzhUhJ314.99
23/03/2019 2:01 PM