KLSE: JAYCORP (7152)       JAYCORP BHD MAIN : Consumer
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rivter i think div 3-4sen lah
30/09/2019 5:20 PM
ahbah Why no got announcement on financial results ?
30/09/2019 5:27 PM
vvvv they sleeping and shitting now.
30/09/2019 5:56 PM
rivter wow 7sen div~~
30/09/2019 6:04 PM
Sebastian Power apa lagi you mau?

high DIV, high NTA, low PE

price definitely will fly back to zaman 2016-2017
30/09/2019 6:27 PM
Sebastian Power rivter, whole year 3+7. 10cents definately same as zaman kegemilangan 2016-2017
30/09/2019 6:29 PM
ahbah Jaycorp .... can buy ?
30/09/2019 10:02 PM
ahbah Jaycorp .... coming now !!!
01/10/2019 9:09 AM
ahbah Follow Mr Power, just kuat kuat hantam lah Jaycorp !
01/10/2019 9:21 AM
ahbah Jaycorp Berhad ("the Company") is pleased to announce that the Board of Directors of the Company has proposed a final single-tier dividend of 7 sen per ordinary share in respect of the financial year ended 31 July 2019 subject to the shareholders' approval at the forthcoming Annual General Meeting.

The entitlement and payment dates of the above proposed dividend will be determined and announced in due course.

This announcement is dated 30 September 2019.
01/10/2019 9:59 AM
Sebastian Power Please buy more before Kenanga, TA, OSK start to make coverage on this jewel..

I would like to repeat my statement again:-

high DIV, high NTA, low PE
price definitely will fly back to zaman 2016-2017
01/10/2019 10:18 AM
ahbah Still got time to board the boat$$$ before it departs.
01/10/2019 10:50 AM
ahbah “Given the weak ringgit undertone, we reckon that export plays could return.

“HLIB top picks are Top Glove Corp Bhd (Buy: TP RM5.31, DY: 2.3%) and Lii Hen Industries Bhd (Buy: TP RM4.22, DY: 5.3%),” it said.

Export counters could also become mkt darlings !

Go for them fast before it is too LATE !
01/10/2019 10:57 AM
gxltwsb yea, this is stable and good management counter, ringgit is weak trend ,goood to keep
01/10/2019 1:15 PM
Jack888 Buy... high dividend stock !
03/10/2019 1:30 PM
Sebastian Power Jaga Amboi Yoyo.. Jangan lepas, pegang kuat kuat
03/10/2019 2:37 PM
ahbah Just hantam kuat kuat for more profit bcos Jaycorp already in uptrend mode.
03/10/2019 2:44 PM
gxltwsb TP 1.35 , HAHA
04/10/2019 1:20 AM
Sebastian Power Jaga Amboi Yoyo.. Jangan lepas, pegang kuat kuat
04/10/2019 9:17 AM
Sebastian Power walao!!!! Amboi keep flying. Muackssss
07/10/2019 9:10 AM
08/10/2019 9:23 PM
rivter wow today new high 1.15~
24/10/2019 5:01 PM
Sebastian Power 7cents... siapa cepat dia dapat
19/11/2019 2:21 PM
techlee229 The group posted a significant jump in net profit to RM4.95 million for the second financial quarter ended Jan 31, 2019, from RM218,000 a year earlier, amid higher furniture demand in the Asian markets. Its sales were also helped by the strengthening of the US dollar against the ringgit. Revenue grew 10% to RM83.13 million from RM75.74 million.

For the first two quarters of this financial year, Jaycorp’s net profit grew 87% to RM11.29 million from RM6.03 million for the previous year’s corresponding period, while cumulative revenue increased 11% to RM175.49 million from RM157.46 million.
19/11/2019 3:13 PM
Jack888 Dividend 7 cents ... not bad.
19/11/2019 3:40 PM

apa lagi you mahu?

I just study the latest annual report. Coming QR will be getting better and better.

1- The turnover and segment resultin the renewable energy segment increased from RM6.1 million and a RM0.04 million loss in FY18 to RM9.5 million and a RM1.5 million profit in FY19 respectively. This was mainly due to a temporary shutdown of the biomass plant in FY18 (for 2.5 months) for a major plant upgrade.

2- more than 60% contribution from furniture & wood business

3- contruction business catching up
19/11/2019 4:33 PM
rivter today new high 1.18 ~~horray !!! gambateh countinue up ya
20/11/2019 4:52 PM
paperplane wah, interesting breakout
21/11/2019 7:08 PM
Sebastian Power pecah 1.19 then all the way to 1.29 then 1.39
03/12/2019 10:05 AM
WhiteWolf Come on Jaycorp. Time to fly soon when qtr report come out. Vroom vroom
05/12/2019 10:46 PM
Sebastian Power 1.20 just like Great wall difficult to break through. Once broke then ho seh liao
11/12/2019 9:20 AM
rivter 1.22 new high ~~ countinue up untill qr report out~
12/12/2019 10:23 AM
Jack888 slowly move to Jaks..
12/12/2019 2:41 PM
frankco good news coming
06/01/2020 8:38 PM
paperplane Div 6%, apa lagi shareholders mahu. Balik china lah
06/01/2020 9:04 PM
xiumimi safe to collect?
07/01/2020 2:16 PM
Bursababy https://www.bharian.com.my/berita/kes/2020/01/648433/warga-emas-maut-kereta-bertembung-treler
21/01/2020 5:56 PM
Bursababy MD, Yeo Eck Liong killed in accident.......
21/01/2020 5:57 PM
cpng RIP
21/01/2020 6:24 PM
kangcs Amitabha
23/01/2020 8:59 AM
AFMGT such a quiet counter
30/01/2020 11:31 AM
klseinvestor wapiang gg guys
14/03/2020 1:21 PM
moneycome123456 Stable counter
28/04/2020 6:17 PM
eddy888 Buy
06/05/2020 10:56 PM
rivter top up 0.815 ~
08/05/2020 2:17 PM
Kenokaya no dividend ar this counter? Should I sell?
01/06/2020 10:33 AM
moneycome123456 normally dividend will anounce on Nov
03/06/2020 10:37 AM
paperplane THE Covid-19 pandemic that has brought global economic activity almost to a standstill has affected many export-oriented industries in Malaysia. The furniture-making industry is one.

Since the start of the year until mid-March, the share prices of furniture makers have been on a downward trend as the pandemic made its way across the globe. Many furniture makers saw their share price plunge to five-year lows during that time.

This has turned valuations highly appealing for some furniture makers listed on Bursa Malaysia, raising the question: Is now a good time to start accumulating furniture stocks, which have been trending upwards again?

Will demand for furniture recover soon, however, to boost the incomes of Bursa-listed furniture makers?

According to Khoo Yeow Chong, president of the Malaysian Furniture Council (MFC), furniture makers are expecting a V-shaped recovery in demand for their products.

In a response to a question from The Edge on how long it would take for demand for furniture to recover post-global lockdowns, Khoo says 42.9% of the industry expects recovery in the first half of 2021, but this will come after a painful 2020.

“The MFC conducted a study earlier this month and the industry is projecting losing slightly more money in 2H2020 than in 1H2020, owing to uncertain global prospects,” he says.

Between 58% and 62% of Malaysian-made furniture are sold internationally, with the US being the largest international market, comprising 42% of Malaysia’s furniture export demands. MFC data shows sales to the US totalled RM4.68 billion last year.

Other major export markets for Malaysian-made furniture are Japan, which comprises 7.3% of exports, followed by Singapore (7%), Australia (5.3%), the UK (4.9%), India (3.4%), Canada (2.9%), the Philippines (2.6%), China (2.4%) and Saudi Arabia (1.8%).

In 1Q2020, exports to Japan, Singapore, Australia and the UK dropped year-on-year, according to MFC. During the quarter, however, exports to the US, India and Saudi Arabia were higher by RM628.7 million y-o-y.

Nevertheless, should cases of Covid-19 continue to be suppressed globally, a V-shaped recovery is expected in 2020 itself, says Khoo. “This optimism shows the furniture industry is resilient and will recover more quickly than other sectors.”

Among the Bursa-listed furniture makers that have attractive valuations is Poh Huat Resources Holdings Bhd. As at May 20, Poh Huat was trading at five times trailing 12-month (TTM) earnings, which gives a dividend yield of 7.75%.

Granted, the Johor-based furniture maker has yet to report a quarter in which its operations were affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and the subsequent global economic shutdowns. Its latest quarterly result was for the first quarter ended Jan 31, 2020 (1QFY2020), which was before the pandemic.

It is worth noting, however, that as at Jan 31, 2020, Poh Huat’s cash and bank balances stood at RM127.85 million, slightly lower than the RM133.08 million it had in the corresponding year-earlier quarter.

Its short-term borrowings amounted to RM17.9 million, with zero long-term borrowings as at Jan 31, 2020. This means the group is sitting on a net cash balance of RM109.95 million.

With total issued shares of 231.1 million units, Poh Huat has net cash per share of 47.6 sen. This means almost half of its share price of RM1 as at May 21 is made up of net cash.

When contacted, a company representative declined to comment on prospects of the group and its strategy to keep itself afloat during this trying time.

In the notes accompanying its 1Q2020 financial results, however, Poh Huat stated that, as the repercussions of the pandemic are still unfolding, the group is unable to predict its full impact on the global furniture trade.

“We are preparing ourselves for the worst-case scenario of a significant drop in demand, supply disruption of materials routed from logistical hubs in impacted areas as well as labour issues due to quarantine procedures or illness,” the group stated.

This cautious outlook could stem from the fact that more than 90% of Poh Huat’s revenue is generated from North America.

While the company is being very cautious in projecting its future performance, the MFC is more optimistic about the furniture industry’s future. It says because of the Movement Control Order, many people upgraded their home furniture because of an increase in usage.

“Moreover, there has been a shift in consumption of office furniture, with the onset of Covid-19 and social distancing. Office chairs have seen an increase in sales, owing to the new culture of working from home,” says MFC’s Khoo.

There are only two research houses that cover Poh Huat. On March 30, TA Securities assigned a target price of RM1.11 on the stock with a “buy” call; Affin Hwang Investment gave it a “sell” rating, with a target price of 62 sen.

TA Securities likes the company for its healthy balance sheet and decent dividend yield. “We believe Poh Huat’s healthy balance sh
03/06/2020 5:50 PM
moneycome123456 Good moving
10/06/2020 8:31 AM
aliyusof Stupid Affin Hwang analysts ..they always give absurb TP which is far off the tangent.
02/07/2020 3:06 PM