Highlights
KLSE: QL (7084)       QL RESOURCES BHD MAIN : Consumer
Last Price Today's Change   Day's Range   Trading Volume
6.20   -0.16 (2.52%)  6.20 - 6.37  1,127,300
Analyze this stock with MQ Trader system

Financials


Market Cap: 15,089 Million

Market Cap 15,089 Million
NOSH 2,434 Million

Latest Audited Result:  31-Mar-2020

Latest Audited Result: 31-Mar-2020
Announcement Date 27-Aug-2020
Next Audited Result: 31-Mar-2021
Est. Ann. Date: 27-Aug-2021
Est. Ann. Due Date: 27-Sep-2021

Latest Quarter:  30-Sep-2020 [#2]

Latest Quarter: 30-Sep-2020 [#2]
Announcement Date 27-Nov-2020
Next Quarter: 31-Dec-2020
Est. Ann. Date: 27-Feb-2021
Est. Ann. Due Date: 01-Mar-2021
QoQ | YoY   37.86%  |    0.64%

Annual (Unaudited) ( EPS: 9.83, P/E: 63.05 )

Revenue | NP to SH 4,152,830  |  239,323
RPS | P/RPS 170.64 Cent  |  3.63
EPS | P/E | EY 9.83 Cent  |  63.05  |  1.59%
DPS | DY | Payout % 3.00 Cent  |  0.48%  |  30.51%
NAPS | P/NAPS 0.83  |  7.50
YoY   10.42%
NP Margin | ROE 5.75%  |  11.90%
F.Y. | Ann. Date 31-Mar-2020  |  29-Jun-2020

T4Q Result ( EPS: 9.87, P/E: 62.85 )

Revenue | NP to SH 4,135,003  |  240,089
RPS | P/RPS 169.91 Cent  |  3.65
EPS | P/E | EY 9.87 Cent  |  62.85  |  1.59%
DPS | DY | Payout % 3.00 Cent  |  0.48%  |  30.41%
NAPS | P/NAPS 0.89  |  6.94
QoQ | YoY   0.19%  |    3.22%
NP Margin | ROE 5.96%  |  11.04%
F.Y. | Ann. Date 30-Sep-2020  |  27-Nov-2020

Annualized Result ( EPS: 9.94, P/E: 62.35 )

Revenue | NP to SH 4,096,476  |  241,998
RPS | P/RPS 168.33 Cent  |  3.68
EPS | P/E | EY 9.94 Cent  |  62.35  |  1.60%
DPS | DY | Payout % -
NAPS | P/NAPS -
QoQ | YoY   18.93%  |    0.64%
NP Margin | ROE 6.19%  |  11.13%
F.Y. | Ann. Date 30-Sep-2020  |  27-Nov-2020


Hints :
Click the QoQ or YoY on table to view the QoQ or YoY Financial Result page.

Click here to modify the Visible Columns.

Date Financial Result Financial Ratio Per Share Item Performance Valuation (End of Quarter) Valuation (Ann. Date)
F.Y. Ann. Date Quarter # Revenue PBT NP NP to SH Div Net Worth Div Payout % NP Margin ROE NOSH RPS Adj. RPS EPS Adj. EPS DPS Adj. DPS NAPS Adj. NAPS QoQ YoY EOQ Date EOQ Price EOQ P/RPS EOQ P/EPS EOQ P/NAPS EOQ EY EOQ DY ANN Date ANN Price ANN P/RPS ANN P/EPS ANN P/NAPS ANN EY ANN DY
18-Dec-2021 27-Nov-2020 30-Sep-2020 2 1,078,089 97,320 72,771 70,130 - 2,174,066 - % 6.75% 3.23% 1,622,438 66.45 44.30 4.32 2.88 0.00 0.00 1.3400 0.89   37.86%   0.64% 30-Sep-2020 9.82 14.78 227.18 7.33 0.44% 0.00% 27-Nov-2020 6.14 9.24 142.05 4.58 0.70% 0.00%
31-Mar-2021 26-Aug-2020 30-Jun-2020 1 970,149 80,402 53,922 50,869 - 2,141,618 - % 5.56% 2.38% 1,622,438 59.80 39.86 3.14 2.09 0.00 0.00 1.3200 0.88   18.39%   0.63% 30-Jun-2020 9.60 16.05 306.19 7.27 0.33% 0.00% 26-Aug-2020 9.63 16.10 307.14 7.30 0.33% 0.00%
31-Mar-2020 29-Jun-2020 31-Mar-2020 4 979,416 62,798 44,780 42,969 73,009 2,011,823 169.91% 4.57% 2.14% 1,622,438 60.37 40.24 2.65 1.77 4.50 3.00 1.2400 0.83   -43.55%   -0.60% 31-Mar-2020 7.40 12.26 279.41 5.97 0.36% 0.61% 29-Jun-2020 9.50 15.74 358.70 7.66 0.28% 0.47%
31-Mar-2020 27-Feb-2020 31-Dec-2019 3 1,107,349 97,650 74,975 76,121 - 2,060,496 - % 6.77% 3.69% 1,622,438 68.25 45.50 4.69 3.13 0.00 0.00 1.2700 0.85   9.24%   10.10% 31-Dec-2019 8.13 11.91 173.28 6.40 0.58% 0.00% 27-Feb-2020 8.30 12.16 176.91 6.54 0.57% 0.00%
31-Mar-2020 29-Nov-2019 30-Sep-2019 2 1,072,852 84,330 69,872 69,682 - 1,979,374 - % 6.51% 3.52% 1,622,438 66.13 44.08 4.29 2.86 0.00 0.00 1.2200 0.81   37.84%   15.14% 30-Sep-2019 7.21 10.90 167.87 5.91 0.60% 0.00% 29-Nov-2019 7.25 10.96 168.81 5.94 0.59% 0.00%
31-Mar-2020 28-Aug-2019 30-Jun-2019 1 993,213 62,161 49,340 50,551 - 1,995,598 - % 4.97% 2.53% 1,622,438 61.22 40.81 3.12 2.08 0.00 0.00 1.2300 0.82   16.94%   15.25% 28-Jun-2019 6.84 11.17 219.53 5.56 0.46% 0.00% 28-Aug-2019 6.90 11.27 221.46 5.61 0.45% 0.00%
31-Mar-2019 30-May-2019 31-Mar-2019 4 898,033 61,176 44,998 43,227 73,009 1,946,925 168.90% 5.01% 2.22% 1,622,438 55.35 36.90 2.66 1.78 4.50 3.00 1.2000 0.80   -37.48%   -6.77% 29-Mar-2019 6.88 12.43 258.23 5.73 0.39% 0.65% 30-May-2019 6.80 12.29 255.22 5.67 0.39% 0.66%
31-Mar-2019 28-Feb-2019 31-Dec-2018 3 978,858 92,965 75,290 69,137 - 1,914,476 - % 7.69% 3.61% 1,622,438 60.33 40.22 4.26 2.84 0.00 0.00 1.1800 0.79   14.24%   19.50% 31-Dec-2018 6.81 11.29 159.81 5.77 0.63% 0.00% 28-Feb-2019 6.90 11.44 161.92 5.85 0.62% 0.00%
31-Mar-2019 26-Nov-2018 30-Sep-2018 2 920,255 66,999 61,486 60,517 - 6,051,693 - % 6.68% 1.00% 1,622,438 56.72 37.81 3.73 2.49 0.00 0.00 3.7300 2.49   37.97%   1.19% 28-Sep-2018 6.83 12.04 183.11 1.83 0.55% 0.00% 26-Nov-2018 7.21 12.71 193.30 1.93 0.52% 0.00%
31-Mar-2019 27-Aug-2018 30-Jun-2018 1 816,175 51,178 43,656 43,862 - 1,865,803 - % 5.35% 2.35% 1,622,438 50.31 33.54 2.70 1.80 0.00 0.00 1.1500 0.77   -5.40%   3.91% 10-Dec-2019 6.00 11.93 221.94 5.22 0.45% 0.00% 27-Aug-2018 6.18 12.28 228.60 5.37 0.44% 0.00%
31-Mar-2018 24-May-2018 31-Mar-2018 4 784,427 55,893 46,098 46,364 73,009 1,800,906 157.47% 5.88% 2.57% 1,622,438 48.35 32.23 2.86 1.91 4.50 3.00 1.1100 0.74   -19.86%   -1.85% 30-Mar-2018 5.09 10.53 178.12 4.59 0.56% 0.88% 24-May-2018 5.32 11.00 186.17 4.79 0.54% 0.85%
31-Mar-2018 26-Feb-2018 31-Dec-2017 3 892,018 77,818 63,097 57,855 - 1,784,681 - % 7.07% 3.24% 1,622,438 54.98 36.65 3.57 2.38 0.00 0.00 1.1000 0.73   -3.26%   3.24% 29-Dec-2017 4.35 7.91 121.99 3.95 0.82% 0.00% 26-Feb-2018 4.95 9.00 138.81 4.50 0.72% 0.00%
31-Mar-2018 27-Nov-2017 30-Sep-2017 2 808,912 71,243 62,192 59,806 - 1,759,722 - % 7.69% 3.40% 1,248,030 64.82 33.24 4.79 2.46 0.00 0.00 1.4100 0.72   41.68%   18.37% 29-Sep-2017 3.97 6.13 82.85 2.82 1.21% 0.00% 27-Nov-2017 3.98 6.14 83.05 2.82 1.20% 0.00%
31-Mar-2018 24-Aug-2017 30-Jun-2017 1 778,473 50,367 44,295 42,211 - 1,784,682 - % 5.69% 2.37% 1,248,030 62.38 31.99 3.38 1.73 0.00 0.00 1.4300 0.73   -10.64%   0.20% 30-Jun-2019 4.94 7.92 146.06 3.45 0.68% 0.00% 24-Aug-2017 4.95 7.94 146.35 3.46 0.68% 0.00%
31-Mar-2019 29-May-2017 31-Mar-2017 4 813,730 61,589 48,511 47,237 53,110 1,749,518 112.43% 5.96% 2.70% 1,249,656 65.12 33.44 3.78 1.94 4.25 2.18 1.4000 0.72   -15.71%   23.87% 31-Mar-2017 4.56 7.00 120.63 3.26 0.83% 0.93% 29-May-2017 4.96 7.62 131.22 3.54 0.76% 0.86%
31-Mar-2017 28-Feb-2017 31-Dec-2016 3 799,063 75,416 61,126 56,038 37,441 1,722,326 66.82% 7.65% 3.25% 1,248,062 64.02 32.83 4.49 2.30 3.00 1.54 1.3800 0.71   10.91%   -3.14% 30-Dec-2016 4.36 6.81 97.10 3.16 1.03% 0.69% 4.45 6.95 99.11 3.22 1.01% 0.67%
31-Mar-2017 21-Nov-2016 30-Sep-2016 2 729,697 70,711 55,894 50,524 - 1,646,708 - % 7.66% 3.07% 1,247,506 58.49 29.98 4.05 2.08 0.00 0.00 1.3200 0.68   19.94%   -8.41% 30-Sep-2016 4.43 7.57 109.38 3.36 0.91% 0.00% 21-Nov-2016 4.40 7.52 108.64 3.33 0.92% 0.00%
31-Mar-2017 24-Aug-2016 30-Jun-2016 1 669,536 52,795 41,289 42,125 - 1,645,118 - % 6.17% 2.56% 1,246,301 53.72 27.51 3.38 1.73 0.00 0.00 1.3200 0.68   10.46%   2.93% 30-Oct-2019 4.37 8.13 129.29 3.31 0.77% 0.00% 24-Aug-2016 4.38 8.15 129.59 3.32 0.77% 0.00%
31-Mar-2016 30-May-2016 31-Mar-2016 4 770,217 49,476 41,098 38,135 53,049 1,597,733 139.11% 5.34% 2.39% 1,248,229 61.70 31.65 3.06 1.57 4.25 2.18 1.2800 0.66   -34.09%   -19.81% 31-Mar-2016 4.35 7.05 142.38 3.40 0.70% 0.98% 30-May-2016 4.43 7.18 145.00 3.46 0.69% 0.96%
31-Mar-2016 25-Feb-2016 31-Dec-2015 3 738,002 76,543 64,112 57,857 - 1,583,586 - % 8.69% 3.65% 1,246,918 59.19 30.32 4.64 2.38 0.00 0.00 1.2700 0.65   4.88%   4.02% 31-Dec-2015 4.29 7.25 92.46 3.38 1.08% 0.00% 25-Feb-2016 4.50 7.60 96.98 3.54 1.03% 0.00%
31-Mar-2016 20-Nov-2015 30-Sep-2015 2 690,409 70,672 54,827 55,163 - 1,497,638 - % 7.94% 3.68% 1,248,031 55.32 28.37 4.42 2.27 0.00 0.00 1.2000 0.62   34.79%   14.51% 30-Sep-2015 4.00 7.23 90.50 3.33 1.11% 0.00% 20-Nov-2015 4.20 7.59 95.02 3.50 1.05% 0.00%
31-Mar-2016 26-Aug-2015 30-Jun-2015 1 655,297 52,791 41,725 40,925 - 1,472,301 - % 6.37% 2.78% 1,247,713 52.52 26.93 3.28 1.68 0.00 0.00 1.1800 0.61   -13.94%   1.41% 30-Jun-2015 3.95 7.52 120.43 3.35 0.83% 0.00% 26-Aug-2015 3.89 7.41 118.60 3.30 0.84% 0.00%
31-Mar-2015 26-May-2015 31-Mar-2015 4 664,848 58,775 47,276 47,553 - 1,435,901 - % 7.11% 3.31% 1,248,609 53.25 27.32 3.81 1.95 0.00 0.00 1.1500 0.59   -14.50%   23.16% 31-Mar-2015 3.92 7.36 102.93 3.41 0.97% 0.00% 26-May-2015 4.05 7.61 106.34 3.52 0.94% 0.00%
31-Mar-2015 26-Feb-2015 31-Dec-2014 3 732,822 74,610 59,315 55,619 - 1,371,769 - % 8.09% 4.05% 1,247,062 58.76 30.11 4.46 2.29 0.00 0.00 1.1000 0.56   15.45%   24.67% 31-Dec-2014 3.30 5.62 73.99 3.00 1.35% 0.00% 26-Feb-2015 3.70 6.30 82.96 3.36 1.21% 0.00%
31-Sep-2019 20-Nov-2014 30-Sep-2014 2 656,541 62,257 49,475 48,174 - 1,297,952 - % 7.54% 3.71% 1,248,031 52.61 26.98 3.86 1.98 0.00 0.00 1.0400 0.53   19.37%   14.00% 30-Sep-2014 3.43 6.52 88.86 3.30 1.13% 0.00% 20-Nov-2014 3.46 6.58 89.64 3.33 1.12% 0.00%
31-Sep-2019 21-Aug-2014 30-Jun-2014 1 653,556 50,333 40,175 40,356 - 1,299,388 - % 6.15% 3.11% 1,249,411 52.31 26.85 3.23 1.66 0.00 0.00 1.0400 0.53   4.52%   15.47% 30-Jun-2014 3.25 6.21 100.62 3.13 0.99% 0.00% 21-Aug-2014 3.40 6.50 105.26 3.27 0.95% 0.00%
31-Mar-2014 27-May-2014 31-Mar-2014 4 606,874 47,487 40,809 38,610 41,967 1,330,965 108.70% 6.72% 2.90% 1,199,068 50.61 24.94 3.22 1.59 3.50 1.72 1.1100 0.55   -13.46%   20.69% 31-Mar-2014 3.24 6.40 100.62 2.92 0.99% 1.08% 27-May-2014 3.20 6.32 99.38 2.88 1.01% 1.09%
31-Mar-2014 20-Feb-2014 31-Dec-2013 3 665,628 59,465 47,376 44,613 - 923,888 - % 7.12% 4.83% 832,332 79.97 27.35 5.36 1.83 0.00 0.00 1.1100 0.38   5.58%   41.47% 31-Dec-2013 4.07 5.09 75.93 3.67 1.32% 0.00% 20-Feb-2014 2.86 3.58 53.36 2.58 1.87% 0.00%
31-Mar-2014 22-Nov-2013 30-Sep-2013 2 605,145 53,091 43,309 42,257 - 890,058 - % 7.16% 4.75% 831,830 72.75 24.87 5.08 1.74 0.00 0.00 1.0700 0.37   20.91%   14.62% 30-Sep-2013 3.61 4.96 71.06 3.37 1.41% 0.00% 22-Nov-2013 4.23 5.81 83.27 3.95 1.20% 0.00%
31-Mar-2014 22-Aug-2013 30-Jun-2013 1 579,636 43,725 35,761 34,949 - 923,652 - % 6.17% 3.78% 832,119 69.66 23.82 4.20 1.44 0.00 0.00 1.1100 0.38   9.25%   11.22% 28-Jun-2013 3.12 4.48 74.29 2.81 1.35% 0.00% 22-Aug-2013 3.36 4.82 80.00 3.03 1.25% 0.00%
31-Mar-2013 22-May-2013 31-Mar-2013 4 562,462 42,031 32,280 31,991 37,480 832,909 117.16% 5.74% 3.84% 832,909 67.53 23.11 2.79 1.31 4.50 1.54 1.0000 0.34   1.44%   2.55% 29-Mar-2013 3.02 4.47 78.63 3.02 1.27% 1.49% 22-May-2013 3.36 4.98 87.48 3.36 1.14% 1.34%
31-Mar-2013 22-Feb-2013 31-Dec-2012 3 536,880 40,860 33,262 31,536 - 857,046 - % 6.20% 3.68% 832,084 64.52 22.06 3.79 1.30 0.00 0.00 1.0300 0.35   -14.46%   -8.38% 31-Dec-2012 3.10 4.80 81.79 3.01 1.22% 0.00% 22-Feb-2013 3.00 4.65 79.16 2.91 1.26% 0.00%
31-Mar-2013 20-Nov-2012 30-Sep-2012 2 552,451 48,204 39,038 36,866 - 832,189 - % 7.07% 4.43% 832,189 66.39 22.70 4.43 1.51 0.00 0.00 1.0000 0.34   17.32%   -2.99% 28-Sep-2012 3.15 4.75 71.11 3.15 1.41% 0.00% 20-Nov-2012 3.16 4.76 71.33 3.16 1.40% 0.00%
31-Mar-2019 23-Aug-2012 30-Jun-2012 1 494,362 41,616 33,083 31,424 - 839,635 - % 6.69% 3.74% 831,322 59.47 20.31 3.78 1.29 0.00 0.00 1.0100 0.34   0.74%   13.07% 29-Jun-2012 3.14 5.28 83.07 3.11 1.20% 0.00% 23-Aug-2012 3.27 5.50 86.51 3.24 1.16% 0.00%
31-Mar-2012 22-May-2012 31-Mar-2012 4 498,163 41,917 33,895 31,194 37,449 815,574 120.05% 6.80% 3.82% 832,219 59.86 20.47 3.75 1.28 4.50 1.54 0.9800 0.34   -9.38%   -1.13% 30-Mar-2012 3.25 5.43 86.71 3.32 1.15% 1.38% 22-May-2012 3.16 5.28 84.31 3.22 1.19% 1.42%
31-Mar-2012 21-Feb-2012 31-Dec-2011 3 498,960 46,396 36,899 34,421 - 789,853 - % 7.40% 4.36% 831,425 60.01 20.50 4.14 1.41 0.00 0.00 0.9500 0.32   -9.42%   3.88% 30-Dec-2011 3.08 5.13 74.40 3.24 1.34% 0.00% 21-Feb-2012 3.32 5.53 80.19 3.49 1.25% 0.00%
31-Mar-2012 21-Nov-2011 30-Sep-2011 2 495,185 47,770 38,521 38,001 - 765,009 - % 7.78% 4.97% 831,531 59.55 20.35 4.57 1.56 0.00 0.00 0.9200 0.31   36.73%   15.13% 30-Sep-2011 2.64 4.43 57.77 2.87 1.73% 0.00% 21-Nov-2011 2.90 4.87 63.46 3.15 1.58% 0.00%
31-Mar-2018 22-Aug-2011 30-Jun-2011 1 454,566 36,200 29,855 27,792 - 765,528 - % 6.57% 3.63% 832,095 54.63 18.68 3.34 1.14 0.00 0.00 0.9200 0.31   -11.92%   3.71% 30-Jun-2011 3.18 5.82 95.21 3.46 1.05% 0.00% 22-Aug-2011 2.98 5.45 89.22 3.24 1.12% 0.00%
31-Mar-2011 23-May-2011 31-Mar-2011 4 502,766 40,453 33,366 31,552 34,739 760,190 110.10% 6.64% 4.15% 817,409 61.51 20.66 3.86 1.30 4.25 1.43 0.9300 0.31   -4.78%   19.33% 31-Mar-2011 3.10 5.04 80.31 3.33 1.25% 1.37% 23-May-2011 3.34 5.43 86.53 3.59 1.16% 1.27%
31-Mar-2011 24-Feb-2011 31-Dec-2010 3 450,949 44,397 35,749 33,136 - 587,070 - % 7.93% 5.64% 394,007 114.45 18.53 8.41 1.36 0.00 0.00 1.4900 0.24   0.39%   5.57% 30-Dec-2010 2.92 2.55 34.72 1.96 2.88% 0.00% 24-Feb-2011 3.03 2.65 36.03 2.03 2.78% 0.00%

PBT = Profit before Tax, NP = Net Profit, NP to SH = Net Profit Attributable to Shareholder, Div = Dividend, NP Margin = Net Profit Margin, ROE = Return on Equity, NOSH = Number of Shares, RPS = Revenue per Share, EPS = Earning Per Share, DPS = Dividend Per Share, NAPS = Net Asset Per Share, EOQ = End of Quarter, ANN = Announcement, P/RPS = Price/Revenue per Share, P/EPS = Price/Earning per Share, P/NAPS = Price/Net Asset per Share, EY = Earning Yield, DY = Dividend Yield.


NOSH is estimated based on the NP to SH and EPS. Div is an estimated figure based on the DPS and NOSH. Net Worth is an estimated figure based on the NAPS and NOSH.

Div Payout %, NP Margin, ROE, DY, QoQ Δ & YoY Δ figures in Percentage; RPS, EPS & DPS's figures in Cent; and NAPS's figures in Dollar.

All figures in '000 unless specified.


Analyze this stock with MQ Trader system
  4 people like this.
 
polycarb i3farker!
28/11/2020 2:25 PM
i3lurker if you dun reward your executives,
the person/s doing the daily grind can bankrupt your company very very fast.

I once showed a bookshop chain how to increase sales.
She immediately understood that my method will easily double up the sales.
I did it for free, no charges, just the kindness of my heart.

After she understood the concept, she immediately rearranged the bookshop to reduce sales by half.
She got the POWER but actually a very disatisifed and unhappy executive only out for revenge purposes.
Very anti-shareholder and most probably cannot get another job elsewhere.

Bookshop started closing down outlets rapidly one after another.
Before the "reverse rearrangement" those outlets were actually breakeven.
After "sabotage" these outlets rapidly lost money....
28/11/2020 2:38 PM
Maxpowar @I3lurker if you don’t like the company then just dump the share la why put in so much effort to troll here haha. Not like our opinion will change because of you pun kekeke...
28/11/2020 2:39 PM
i3lurker of course, those Family Mart outlets near to offices nowadays all like the cantonese expression => pak woo ying

some of them only have around 20 customers a day and thats during office hours only.
I suspect these were put up just to show numbers to boost up share prices but were never ever meant to be profitable.
28/11/2020 2:48 PM
stockraider Post removed. Why?
28/11/2020 3:11 PM
Maxpowar @i3lurker While you talk crap here,numbers don’t lie haha, At the end of the day, QL still generating cold hard profit from their operational activities yo! Hey thanks for keeping us entertained while the market is closed today,I have whole day to blow water with you here haha.. :’D
28/11/2020 3:12 PM
DannyArcher @i3lurker

How old are you?
28/11/2020 3:13 PM
i3lurker Family Mart was never meant to be a Green Company.
Cooking at 100C is done in air conditioned area

the heat energy just goes to waste counteracting each other
you heat up and cool down at the same time.

also being a hybrid shemale,
not a restaurant and not a convenience stall
This means that there are numerous other inefficiencies as well like a need for 3 man staff

However I dun think this Green thingy will be a problem in Malaysia.
Malaysians dun give a fook and a damn about the environment and so yay many will continue to support Family Mart....
28/11/2020 3:33 PM
Maxpowar @i3lurker YESS! Malaysians WILL continue to suppok FamilyMart,thanks for validating that haha!
28/11/2020 3:52 PM
i3lurker Transplanting culture never works.
Hurried lunches in Malaysia dun exist.

In Malaysia people dun work inside office 24 hours unlike Singapore, Korea, Japan, and Taiwan.

GLC staff takes long lunches at expensive restaurants
also
Workers who take hurried lunches cannot afford Family Mart food

Hence those tables inside Family Mart just does not make money at all.
buta buta pay rental only...

Those cost inefficiencies stack up and stack up on each other

energy lost
staffing inefficiency
insurance inefficiency
rental inefficiency
sabotage by staff
stocking inefficiency

its all a very grand ticking time bomb
28/11/2020 4:09 PM
Maxpowar Malaysians have a “thing” for Japanese culture: Anime,Cosplay,Sushi,Anything Macha,Uniqlo,Daiso,Miniso,Yubiso,Fabuloso! Haha..
You can’t separate Japanese culture from Malaysians,it’s deeply ingrained in our mind.

On a serious note,there’s innovation from Family Mart,they capture the hearts of Malaysians with their affordable and delicious soft serve,some people buy them to “punch card”. Oh and coming up next is their latest chocolate lava croissant..yummmy!

7-11 apa ada? Maggi ah? Hahaha...
28/11/2020 4:25 PM
i3lurker 7-Eleven staff are more friendly
and more customer and service oriented than Family Mart staff.
Family Mart staff are really the pits.

99 staff all will tolerate whatever they do coz prices are really damn cheap.

Stopped going KK coz I was wondering what I was doing there,
coz things damn expensive and service damn poor...
KK still doing very well, thank you.
a lot of Malaysians are masochists who love suffering, wink wink
28/11/2020 4:39 PM
Maxpowar Of course Family Mart staffs don’t welcome you lo you diss them on their back haha..dai 9 lei sei..haha

Eh you bring yourself so low to compare 99 to Family Mart ah? Hahaha...tolong la you haven’t eaten your dementia medication ah hahaha..
28/11/2020 4:44 PM
i3lurker the male or the female is always better than a shemale

in this case Family Mart is a Shemale

so of course any male like 7-Eleven and any female like 99 is always better.

Family Mart is NOT a restaurant and NOT a convenience store hence it is a shemale pondan in terms of Retail Efficiency
28/11/2020 4:56 PM
Maxpowar You’ve resorted to use term like “shemale” to describe a business,readers here won’t take you seriously anymore hehe,so in case your intention is to sabo this counter sorry la plan failed haha..

Okie enough of blowing water today,need to go Family Mart buy some Oden and Macha ice cream first.. Ciaoz! ;)
28/11/2020 5:10 PM
investmalysia Maybe this i3lurker is a shemale. Comparing 99 with family mart. Don’t know how to differentiate the business modal.
28/11/2020 5:11 PM
DannyArcher @i3lurker

At this point, I have to assume your wife bought a banana from FamilyMart and decided a banana outperformed you in bed.
28/11/2020 5:46 PM
Sslee Haha do QL FamilyMart sell banana? Or is it a vibrator?
28/11/2020 6:10 PM
Sslee QL Market Cap: 14,943 Million
NOSH: 2,434 Million
Avg Volume (4 weeks): 929,505
4 Weeks Range: 6.13 - 6.52
NP to SH past 5 year (RM '000): 239,323: 216,743: 206,236: 195,921: 192,079
Do you really want to catch a falling knife?
28/11/2020 10:56 PM
Maxpowar @sslee QL net profit past 5 years(RM‘000): (2016): 201761 (2017): 206820 (2018): 215680 (2019): 225430 (2020): 238967.

These informations are readily available and one click away from this website itself, why do you want to mislead others with your fake figures?

Did you pick the numbers from your house trashbin? Cannot like this ler.. simply task like plucking numbers also get wrong how to invest haha.. :D
29/11/2020 6:44 AM
Sslee https://klse.i3investor.com/servlets/stk/fin/7084.jsp?type=last10fy
Dear Maxpower refer above link.
NP and NP to SH in two different colume.
29/11/2020 7:48 AM
Maxpowar @sslee From the very same link you put up,here are the figures:

NP to SH: (2016):192079, (2017):195921, (2018):206236, (2019):216743, (2020):239323

You are misleading the public,I would advise readers to twice think when digesting your opinion.
29/11/2020 8:12 AM
Sslee @Maxpowar
Your NP to SH: (2016):192079, (2017):195921, (2018):206236, (2019):216743, (2020):239323

My NP to SH past 5 year (RM '000): 239,323: 216,743: 206,236: 195,921: 192,079
Is counting backward from year 2020 to 2016
29/11/2020 8:20 AM
Maxpowar @sslee
It’s my fault bro,I didn’t see clearly,my apology.
Then can you please elaborate regarding catching a falling knife?
29/11/2020 9:04 AM
i3lurker sslee

dun be so critical
off hand using kindergarden mathematics as modified by fourier transforms

QL is ONLY 2% worst off than EPF returns.
should have just kept the money inside EPF instead.

Then again if you do that you miss the opportunity of shopping at the hybrid kacukan shemale stores

you should keep the engineer brain at home.
when you talk to shemale followers, you use bananas, balls, pussies and emotions, mathematics is NOT involved at all.

if you calculate like that sure QL die standing loh.....
29/11/2020 9:17 AM
Keyman188 Too rich valuation but strong fundamental & well managed organisation...

How to evaluate "alignment & balancing "......
29/11/2020 9:23 AM
Sslee Dear Maxpowar,
https://klse.i3investor.com/servlets/stk/annchsh/7084.jsp
EPF last 7 transactions type: Disposed

Avg Volume (4 weeks): 929,505
4 Weeks Range: 6.13 - 6.52
27/11/2020 6.30 6.14 - 6.33 6.14 -0.15 (2.38%) 2,076,300
On 27/11 volume 2+ million but closed 6.14 a drop of 0.15

More people are now turn their attention to buy recovery stocks hence need to do some potfolio rebalance.
29/11/2020 9:25 AM
i3lurker sslee

most ie 80% of people invest based on pleasuring bananas and daily orgasm.
your method of investment does not work for low level people

some people might call you a mathematically calculative Chinese who should balik Tongshan.

Investment must be based on fun and how your balls feel and whether the banana is working or not.

Yah!!!
you might have a lot of money but your mathematical methods of investment means everyday must DIY already.

wink wink
29/11/2020 9:27 AM
Sslee Haha i3lurker,
Did QL FamilyMart sell pleasuring bananas for daily orgasm?
If yes that monday I will all in QL because the pleasuring bananas will be the most hot selling item
29/11/2020 9:31 AM
i3lurker sslee

maybe we should JV and open a sex shop with the Title "Pleasuring Bananas"
just next to Family Mart

our logo will be an arrow sign,
the arrow pointing to next door Family Mart is just merely coincidental

wink wink

Posted by Sslee > Nov 29, 2020 9:31 AM | Report Abuse

Haha i3lurker,
Did QL FamilyMart sell pleasuring bananas for daily orgasm?
If yes that monday I will all in QL because the pleasuring bananas will be the most hot selling item
29/11/2020 9:37 AM
Sslee Haha I sure need a dozen of pleasuring bananas cause some of my BMW like to play single or double bedminton, some like volleyball and some like football.
29/11/2020 9:41 AM
DannyArcher @Sslee

BMW only? I guess stereotypes are true, go google BMW drivers and it will says BMW drivers are arrogant... and dont like to use signal.
29/11/2020 9:46 AM
Sslee Haha BMW stand for Black Market Wife.
The secrete code word for dirty old man
29/11/2020 9:50 AM
Maxpowar @sslee I would attribute EPF shares disposal to I-Sinar,just like how they are disposing many other shares too. 10k EPF withdrawal per person,EPF would need to vomit out a lot of cash. So that’s inevitable as is happening to many other counters too. The drop in share price only opens up window for people to make a lower entry price and for ongoing shareholders to average down. I won’t be too concern of the so called “catching a falling knife” since this company has a really solid track record of consistent earnings for the past 10 years.

@i3lurker boring la you everyday re-goreng the same fried rice again and again, sei ong9 sek jor yok mei? :D
29/11/2020 9:52 AM
Maxpowar To long term investors: Essentially,regardless of what external factors causing the drop in share price,good news to long term investors is that nothing changes within the business fundamental. It’s all fugaezee fugarzee woozyy wazzy (read in Matthew McConaughey voice)... over time,share price will always realign to business fundamental,those who bought in at a low price will laugh in sleep :D
29/11/2020 9:59 AM
Sslee Dear Maxpowar,
Just a simply question. If you will to buy out a company which will you choose:
QL or ALLIANZ MALAYSIA BHD?
Market Cap: 2,420 Million
NOSH: 177 Million
https://klse.i3investor.com/servlets/stk/fin/1163.jsp?type=last10fy
29/11/2020 10:00 AM
stockraider Investment based on Margin of safety is layback and simple n usually successful mah...!!

Benjamin Graham has been practising it successfully mah...!!

Insas is a good classic margin of safety stock pick here loh..!!

If u buy insas even if no growth say u get 4% yield pa....but u pay rm 0.835 for rm 2.62 nta AND worth rm 3.70 of assets mah...!!

Thus rm 2.62 x 4% pa ur return is rm 0.10 per share loh...!! Rm 0.10 per share profit on insas agst ur investment cost of rm 0.835 already got yield or return on investment of 14% pa...so u chinchai already got return every year loh...!!

So there are 3 potential gain on insas if u buy cheap mah;
1. The discount of rm 2.62 for rm 0.835 u already save rm 1.79 per share
2. U getting fixed about 0.10 cashflow...that give u yield 12% pa.
3. There is some potential for your earnings growth loh..!!

Compare QL
For Ql u get less than 1% pa div yield & PE 50x....that will require about 50 yrs to 1000 yrs, just to get back ur investment capital...yes u can rely on growth but how much & how long, it require to catch up with insas if u overpay on QL leh ??

For all u may know....it will never catch up loh...!!

Conclusion
Insas value is already there mah...!!

For QL u hope ur value can grow & grow to catch up with insas loh...!!

But insas already there & far ahead of QL mah....!!
29/11/2020 12:55 PM
stockraider My friend Insas hathway is a hidden unpolished gem loh...!!

Once refine it will fly, right now it is the best time to mine this insas gem mah.....!!

Based on Ben Graham:
For a starter the best investment is the margin of safety approach, where u buy with very big discount to intrinsic with margin of safety loh...!!

U need to be MR Value to take advantage of the rich soochai MR Market loh....!!

When soochai Mr Market is pessimistic u buy from him cheap cheap & when soochai Mr Market is highly optimistic & offer to buy from u at a good price u sell to him mah...!!

1}Notice when u invest based on margin of safety u need to manage a good discount price.
2} must be willing to wait for soochai Mr Market to turn from very pessimistic to highly optimistic mah...!!

U need to understand this mah, if u use this approach u r a contraian investor...u buy when people are pessimistic selling and u sell when people are optimistic buying....but all these are done thru referencing to the fair value price of secuirity u deal with mah loh...!!

The reason why raider discourage newbies from the use of growth & qualitative investment bcos newbies had not master the act of valuation of stock as a result they blindly & unknowingly being mislead to follow Mr market mah...!!

Warren buffet, Ben Graham, Peter Lynch, Walter Scholls all advice that rich Mr market is not be followed but to be taking advantage off loh...!!

If u follow Mr Market u will be taken advantage off loh..!!

Ask yourself now soochai Mr Market is optimistic or pessimistic leh ??

YES MR MKT IS HIGHLY PESSIMISTIC, IT IS TIME TO BUY LOH...!!

WHAT STOCK TO BUY WITH BIG MARGIN OF SAFETY NOW LEH ??

OF COURSE SURELY INSAS HATHWAY MAH....!!
29/11/2020 12:56 PM
qqq33333333 only because raid do not understand insas
29/11/2020 12:57 PM
Sslee Haha qqq3,
Stockraider promote Insas like mad just because he has klang Bah Kut Teh bet his Insas vs Philip QL.
29/11/2020 1:05 PM
stockraider Again u tell that to warren buffet berkshire hathway loh...!!

Berkshire also samething like insas nta increase due to share investment mah....!!

Thats why raider says insas is msian berkshire hathway, which again proven true loh!.

AUDITOR DID NOT SAY BUT RAIDER SAYS LOH...!!

"INSAS WITH RM 2.75 NTA & WITH INARI IT IS REVISE TO RM 4.50 COMPARE TO SHARE PRICE RM 0.865 ....Its SHARE PRICE DEFINITELY MUCH BETTER THAN QL AT RM 6.14 HALF DEAD NTA OF RM 1.34, AND worse QL ONLY CAN AFFORD TO PAY SYMBOLIC MISERABLE DIV OF LESS THAN 1% LOH"...!!
29/11/2020 1:16 PM
Philip ( buy what you understand) Haha are you seriously trying to compare a 14 billion ringgit company with a 2 billion ringgit company?
If that is the case why don't compare Insas with inari?
The difference is clear, one sells stocks for a living and the other is a real company that sells products that everybody wants.


>>>>>>>>

/11/2020 9:59 AM

Sslee Dear Maxpowar,
Just a simply question. If you will to buy out a company which will you choose:
QL or ALLIANZ MALAYSIA BHD?
Market Cap: 2,420 Million
NOSH: 177 Million
https://klse.i3investor.com/servlets/stk/fin/1163.jsp?type=last10fy
29/11/2020 10:00 AM
30/11/2020 7:35 AM
Philip ( buy what you understand) Berkshire is even worse leh... They have never paid any dividends before.

>>>>>>>>>

stockraider Again u tell that to warren buffet berkshire hathway loh...!!

Berkshire also samething like insas nta increase due to share investment mah....!!

Thats why raider says insas is msian berkshire hathway, which again proven true loh!.

AUDITOR DID NOT SAY BUT RAIDER SAYS LOH...!!

"INSAS WITH RM 2.75 NTA & WITH INARI IT IS REVISE TO RM 4.50 COMPARE TO SHARE PRICE RM 0.865 ....Its SHARE PRICE DEFINITELY MUCH BETTER THAN QL AT RM 6.14 HALF DEAD NTA OF RM 1.34, AND worse QL ONLY CAN AFFORD TO PAY SYMBOLIC MISERABLE DIV OF LESS THAN 1% LOH"...!!
29/11/2020 1:16 PM
30/11/2020 7:36 AM
Sslee Good morning Philip,
I thought you teach me in valuation to compare earning to earning so now also need to compare whether it is 14 billion ringgit company with a 2 billion ringgit company?

As for Insas I just like my investment in 1 insas as indirectly hold 0.84 Inari and everything else inside Insas.

Remember you told me if Insas will to sell Inari, it will be at discount price. So suprised Insas just sold a total of 55 million Inari shares all the way up the price in Q1. The more Insas sell inari shares the higher Inari shares price went up.
30/11/2020 7:47 AM
Sslee @Maxpowar,
A 2 billion company have better earning and earning growth compare to a 14 billion company. So in make the choice so much easy.
30/11/2020 8:01 AM
Maxpowar @sslee
Honesty Allianz share price trend over the years is quite attractive to me,hence I just quickly flipped through Allianz latest QR,here are some of the points I picked up at a glance. (Though I must first say comparing Allianz with QL is like comparing an apple to orange,but I’ll do it anyway for the sake of analyzing their earnings)

1.) asset/liabilities ratio of 1.1 (IMO not high enough to cushion any unforeseen financial circumstances).
2.) asset quality: most of asset values tied to investment,amounting 13bil out of total assets of 14bil.
3.) cash and its equivalent 694mil,which is approx. 4% of total assets,far inadequate if I were to clear off short term debt.
4.) 10% drop in YoY net profit (174mil -> 157mil),hence drop in EPS 73 cents -> 66 cents.
5.) in cash flow statement,purchase of financial investment increases from 1.3b to 2.7b,but the limpairment loss on the financial investment significantly increases from 9.3m to 113m,thereby contributing to drop in net cash from 949m to 694m as of Q3FY20.

What does it tell you if you compare its financial health to that of QL’s?
30/11/2020 8:30 AM
Maxpowar @sslee as a long term investor,I would definitely dig deeper than comparing market cap alone. A good company must not only generate good profit,but must have a strong financial cushion lest the investors lose sleep. But thanks for highlighting the counter to me,will keep an eye on it haha..
30/11/2020 8:33 AM
Maxpowar @sslee I’m not the smartest in the investing world,but I know for a fact there must be a reason why many people are willing to pay a premium to own just a tiny piece of QL.Heck,I must admit I feel the money that I invest can be better put to faster growing companies,but can other companies sustain its fast growth rate?how long?As eventually all growth will revert to its mean.
30/11/2020 8:37 AM
Sslee Dear Maxpowar,
Don't be too worries. You are doing well in investment as long as you make effort to read the financial report and understand the business.
30/11/2020 7:35 PM
fachoi family mart promotion come back!!!!!!come and support la!!!!! TMR SHARES UP AGAIN!!!!!!
30/11/2020 9:11 PM