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KLSE: QL (7084)       QL RESOURCES BHD MAIN : Consumer
Last Price Today's Change   Day's Range   Trading Volume
6.30   -0.13 (2.02%)  6.29 - 6.42  769,700
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Financials


Market Cap: 15,332 Million

Market Cap 15,332 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-Jun-2020 [#1]

Latest Quarter: 30-Jun-2020 [#1]
Announcement Date 26-Aug-2020
Next Quarter: 30-Sep-2020
Est. Ann. Date: 29-Nov-2020
Est. Ann. Due Date: 29-Nov-2020
QoQ | YoY   18.39%  |    0.63%

Annual (Unaudited) ( EPS: 9.83, P/E: 64.06 )

Revenue | NP to SH 4,152,830  |  239,323
RPS | P/RPS 170.64 Cent  |  3.69
EPS | P/E | EY 9.83 Cent  |  64.06  |  1.56%
DPS | DY | Payout % 3.00 Cent  |  0.48%  |  30.51%
NAPS | P/NAPS 0.83  |  7.62
YoY   10.42%
NP Margin | ROE 5.75%  |  11.90%
F.Y. | Ann. Date 31-Mar-2020  |  29-Jun-2020

T4Q Result ( EPS: 9.85, P/E: 63.98 )

Revenue | NP to SH 4,129,766  |  239,641
RPS | P/RPS 169.69 Cent  |  3.71
EPS | P/E | EY 9.85 Cent  |  63.98  |  1.56%
DPS | DY | Payout % 3.00 Cent  |  0.48%  |  30.47%
NAPS | P/NAPS 0.88  |  7.16
QoQ | YoY   0.13%  |    7.25%
NP Margin | ROE 5.90%  |  11.19%
F.Y. | Ann. Date 30-Jun-2020  |  26-Aug-2020

Annualized Result ( EPS: 8.36, P/E: 75.35 )

Revenue | NP to SH 3,880,596  |  203,476
RPS | P/RPS 159.46 Cent  |  3.95
EPS | P/E | EY 8.36 Cent  |  75.35  |  1.33%
DPS | DY | Payout % -
NAPS | P/NAPS -
QoQ | YoY   -14.98%  |    0.63%
NP Margin | ROE 5.56%  |  9.50%
F.Y. | Ann. Date 30-Jun-2020  |  26-Aug-2020


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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
31-Mar-2021 26-Aug-2020 30-Jun-2020 1 4,129,766 325,180 243,549 239,641 73,009 2,141,618 30.47% 5.90% 11.19% 1,622,438 254.54 169.69 14.77 9.85 4.50 3.00 1.3200 0.88   0.13%   7.25% 30-Jun-2020 9.60 3.77 64.99 7.27 1.54% 0.47% 26-Aug-2020 9.63 3.78 65.20 7.30 1.53% 0.47%
31-Mar-2020 29-Jun-2020 31-Mar-2020 4 4,152,830 306,939 238,967 239,323 73,009 2,011,823 30.51% 5.75% 11.90% 1,622,438 255.96 170.64 14.75 9.83 4.50 3.00 1.2400 0.83   -0.11%   10.42% 31-Mar-2020 7.40 2.89 50.17 5.97 1.99% 0.61% 29-Jun-2020 9.50 3.71 64.40 7.66 1.55% 0.47%
31-Mar-2020 27-Feb-2020 31-Dec-2019 3 4,071,447 305,317 239,185 239,581 73,009 2,060,496 30.47% 5.87% 11.63% 1,622,438 250.95 167.30 14.77 9.84 4.50 3.00 1.2700 0.85   3.00%   8.96% 31-Dec-2019 8.13 3.24 55.06 6.40 1.82% 0.55% 27-Feb-2020 8.30 3.31 56.21 6.54 1.78% 0.54%
31-Mar-2020 29-Nov-2019 30-Sep-2019 2 3,942,956 300,632 239,500 232,597 73,009 1,979,374 31.39% 6.07% 11.75% 1,622,438 243.03 162.02 14.34 9.56 4.50 3.00 1.2200 0.81   4.10%   11.50% 30-Sep-2019 7.21 2.97 50.29 5.91 1.99% 0.62% 29-Nov-2019 7.25 2.98 50.57 5.94 1.98% 0.62%
31-Mar-2020 28-Aug-2019 30-Jun-2019 1 3,790,359 283,301 231,114 223,432 73,009 1,995,598 32.68% 6.10% 11.20% 1,622,438 233.62 155.75 13.77 9.18 4.50 3.00 1.2300 0.82   3.09%   7.48% 28-Jun-2019 6.84 2.93 49.67 5.56 2.01% 0.66% 28-Aug-2019 6.90 2.95 50.10 5.61 2.00% 0.65%
31-Mar-2019 30-May-2019 31-Mar-2019 4 3,613,321 272,318 225,430 216,743 73,009 1,946,925 33.68% 6.24% 11.13% 1,622,438 222.71 148.47 13.36 8.91 4.50 3.00 1.2000 0.80   -1.43%   5.09% 29-Mar-2019 6.88 3.09 51.50 5.73 1.94% 0.65% 30-May-2019 6.80 3.05 50.90 5.67 1.96% 0.66%
31-Mar-2019 28-Feb-2019 31-Dec-2018 3 3,499,715 267,035 226,530 219,880 73,009 1,914,476 33.20% 6.47% 11.49% 1,622,438 215.71 143.80 13.55 9.03 4.50 3.00 1.1800 0.79   5.41%   6.17% 31-Dec-2018 6.81 3.16 50.25 5.77 1.99% 0.66% 28-Feb-2019 6.90 3.20 50.91 5.85 1.96% 0.65%
31-Mar-2019 26-Nov-2018 30-Sep-2018 2 3,412,875 251,888 214,337 208,598 73,009 6,051,693 35.00% 6.28% 3.45% 1,622,438 210.35 140.24 12.86 8.57 4.50 3.00 3.7300 2.49   0.34%   1.61% 28-Sep-2018 6.83 3.25 53.12 1.83 1.88% 0.66% 26-Nov-2018 7.21 3.43 56.08 1.93 1.78% 0.62%
31-Mar-2019 27-Aug-2018 30-Jun-2018 1 3,301,532 256,132 215,043 207,887 73,009 1,865,803 35.12% 6.51% 11.14% 1,622,438 203.49 135.66 12.81 8.54 4.50 3.00 1.1500 0.77   0.80%   6.06% 29-Jun-2018 6.00 2.95 46.83 5.22 2.14% 0.75% 27-Aug-2018 6.18 3.04 48.23 5.37 2.07% 0.73%
31-Mar-2018 24-May-2018 31-Mar-2018 4 3,263,830 255,321 215,682 206,236 73,009 1,800,906 35.40% 6.61% 11.45% 1,622,438 201.17 134.11 12.71 8.47 4.50 3.00 1.1100 0.74   -0.42%   5.26% 30-Mar-2018 5.09 2.53 40.04 4.59 2.50% 0.88% 24-May-2018 5.32 2.64 41.85 4.79 2.39% 0.85%
31-Mar-2018 26-Feb-2018 31-Dec-2017 3 3,293,133 261,017 218,095 207,109 53,110 1,784,681 25.64% 6.62% 11.60% 1,622,438 202.97 135.32 12.77 8.51 3.27 2.18 1.1000 0.73   0.89%   10.86% 29-Dec-2017 4.35 2.14 34.08 3.95 2.93% 0.75% 26-Feb-2018 4.95 2.44 38.78 4.50 2.58% 0.66%
31-Mar-2018 27-Nov-2017 30-Sep-2017 2 3,200,178 258,615 216,124 205,292 90,552 1,759,722 44.11% 6.75% 11.67% 1,248,030 256.42 131.50 16.45 8.44 7.25 3.72 1.4100 0.72   4.74%   8.83% 29-Sep-2017 3.97 1.55 24.13 2.82 4.14% 1.83% 27-Nov-2017 3.98 1.55 24.20 2.82 4.13% 1.82%
31-Mar-2018 24-Aug-2017 30-Jun-2017 1 3,120,963 258,083 209,826 196,010 90,552 1,784,682 46.20% 6.72% 10.98% 1,248,030 250.07 128.24 15.71 8.05 7.25 3.72 1.4300 0.73   0.05%   1.41% 30-Jun-2017 4.94 1.98 31.45 3.45 3.18% 1.47% 24-Aug-2017 4.95 1.98 31.52 3.46 3.17% 1.46%
31-Mar-2017 29-May-2017 31-Mar-2017 4 3,012,026 260,511 206,820 195,921 53,110 1,349,628 27.11% 6.87% 14.52% 1,249,656 241.03 123.77 15.68 8.05 4.25 2.18 1.0800 0.55   4.87%   2.00% 31-Mar-2017 4.56 1.89 29.09 4.22 3.44% 0.93% 29-May-2017 4.96 2.06 31.64 4.59 3.16% 0.86%
31-Mar-2017 28-Feb-2017 31-Dec-2016 3 2,968,513 248,398 199,407 186,822 53,049 1,248,062 28.40% 6.72% 14.97% 1,248,062 237.85 121.98 14.97 7.68 4.25 2.18 1.0000 0.51   -0.96%   -7.28% 30-Dec-2016 4.36 1.83 29.13 4.36 3.43% 0.97% 28-Feb-2017 4.45 1.87 29.73 4.45 3.36% 0.96%
31-Mar-2017 21-Nov-2016 30-Sep-2016 2 2,907,452 249,525 202,393 188,641 53,049 1,646,708 28.12% 6.96% 11.46% 1,247,506 233.06 119.47 15.12 7.75 4.25 2.18 1.3200 0.68   -2.40%   -5.33% 30-Sep-2016 4.43 1.90 29.30 3.36 3.41% 0.96% 21-Nov-2016 4.40 1.89 29.10 3.33 3.44% 0.97%
31-Mar-2017 24-Aug-2016 30-Jun-2016 1 2,868,164 249,486 201,326 193,280 53,049 1,645,118 27.45% 7.02% 11.75% 1,246,301 230.13 117.85 15.51 7.94 4.25 2.18 1.3200 0.68   0.62%   0.52% 30-Jun-2016 4.37 1.90 28.18 3.31 3.55% 0.97% 24-Aug-2016 4.38 1.90 28.24 3.32 3.54% 0.97%
31-Mar-2016 30-May-2016 31-Mar-2016 4 2,853,925 249,482 201,762 192,080 53,049 1,597,733 27.62% 7.07% 12.02% 1,248,229 228.64 117.27 15.39 7.89 4.25 2.18 1.2800 0.66   -4.67%   0.20% 31-Mar-2016 4.35 1.90 28.27 3.40 3.54% 0.98% 30-May-2016 4.43 1.94 28.79 3.46 3.47% 0.96%
31-Mar-2016 25-Feb-2016 31-Dec-2015 3 2,748,556 258,781 207,940 201,498 0 1,583,586 - % 7.57% 12.72% 1,246,918 220.43 112.94 16.16 8.28 0.00 0.00 1.2700 0.65   1.12%   10.25% 31-Dec-2015 4.29 1.95 26.55 3.38 3.77% 0.00% 25-Feb-2016 4.50 2.04 27.85 3.54 3.59% 0.00%
31-Mar-2016 20-Nov-2015 30-Sep-2015 2 2,743,376 256,848 203,143 199,260 0 1,497,638 - % 7.40% 13.30% 1,248,031 219.82 112.73 15.97 8.19 0.00 0.00 1.2000 0.62   3.63%   16.02% 30-Sep-2015 4.00 1.82 25.05 3.33 3.99% 0.00% 20-Nov-2015 4.20 1.91 26.31 3.50 3.80% 0.00%
31-Mar-2016 26-Aug-2015 30-Jun-2015 1 2,709,508 248,433 197,791 192,271 0 1,472,301 - % 7.30% 13.06% 1,247,713 217.16 111.33 15.41 7.90 0.00 0.00 1.1800 0.61   0.30%   15.94% 30-Jun-2015 3.95 1.82 25.63 3.35 3.90% 0.00% 26-Aug-2015 3.89 1.79 25.24 3.30 3.96% 0.00%
31-Mar-2015 26-May-2015 31-Mar-2015 4 2,707,767 245,975 196,241 191,702 0 1,435,901 - % 7.25% 13.35% 1,248,609 216.86 111.26 15.35 7.88 0.00 0.00 1.1500 0.59   4.89%   19.49% 31-Mar-2015 3.92 1.81 25.53 3.41 3.92% 0.00% 26-May-2015 4.05 1.87 26.38 3.52 3.79% 0.00%
31-Mar-2015 26-Feb-2015 31-Dec-2014 3 2,649,793 234,687 189,774 182,759 41,967 1,371,769 22.96% 7.16% 13.32% 1,247,062 212.48 108.88 14.66 7.51 3.37 1.72 1.1000 0.56   6.41%   18.82% 31-Dec-2014 3.30 1.55 22.52 3.00 4.44% 1.02% 26-Feb-2015 3.70 1.74 25.25 3.36 3.96% 0.91%
31-Mar-2015 20-Nov-2014 30-Sep-2014 2 2,582,599 219,542 177,835 171,753 41,967 1,297,952 24.43% 6.89% 13.23% 1,248,031 206.93 106.12 13.76 7.06 3.36 1.72 1.0400 0.53   3.57%   22.04% 30-Sep-2014 3.43 1.66 24.92 3.30 4.01% 0.98% 20-Nov-2014 3.46 1.67 25.14 3.33 3.98% 0.97%
31-Mar-2015 21-Aug-2014 30-Jun-2014 1 2,531,203 210,376 171,669 165,836 41,967 1,299,388 25.31% 6.78% 12.76% 1,249,411 202.59 104.01 13.27 6.81 3.36 1.72 1.0400 0.53   3.37%   22.53% 30-Jun-2014 3.25 1.60 24.49 3.13 4.08% 1.03% 21-Aug-2014 3.40 1.68 25.62 3.27 3.90% 0.99%
31-Mar-2014 27-May-2014 31-Mar-2014 4 2,457,283 203,768 167,255 160,429 41,967 1,330,965 26.16% 6.81% 12.05% 1,199,068 204.93 100.97 13.38 6.59 3.50 1.72 1.1100 0.55   4.30%   21.71% 31-Mar-2014 3.24 1.58 24.22 2.92 4.13% 1.08% 27-May-2014 3.20 1.56 23.92 2.88 4.18% 1.09%
31-Mar-2014 20-Feb-2014 31-Dec-2013 3 2,412,871 198,312 158,726 153,810 37,480 923,888 24.37% 6.58% 16.65% 832,332 289.89 99.15 18.48 6.32 4.50 1.54 1.1100 0.38   9.29%   17.39% 31-Dec-2013 4.07 1.40 22.02 3.67 4.54% 1.11% 20-Feb-2014 2.86 0.99 15.48 2.58 6.46% 1.57%
31-Mar-2014 22-Nov-2013 30-Sep-2013 2 2,284,123 179,707 144,612 140,733 37,480 831,830 26.63% 6.33% 16.92% 831,830 274.59 93.86 16.92 5.78 4.50 1.54 1.0000 0.34   3.98%   5.10% 30-Sep-2013 3.61 1.31 21.34 3.61 4.69% 1.25% 22-Nov-2013 4.23 1.54 25.00 4.23 4.00% 1.06%
31-Mar-2014 22-Aug-2013 30-Jun-2013 1 2,231,429 174,820 140,341 135,342 37,480 832,119 27.69% 6.29% 16.26% 832,119 268.16 91.69 16.26 5.56 4.50 1.54 1.0000 0.34   2.67%   0.22% 28-Jun-2013 3.12 1.16 19.18 3.12 5.21% 1.44% 22-Aug-2013 3.36 1.25 20.66 3.36 4.84% 1.34%
31-Mar-2013 22-May-2013 31-Mar-2013 4 2,146,155 172,711 137,663 131,817 37,480 832,909 28.43% 6.41% 15.83% 832,909 257.67 88.19 15.83 5.42 4.50 1.54 1.0000 0.34   0.61%   0.31% 29-Mar-2013 3.02 1.17 19.08 3.02 5.24% 1.49% 22-May-2013 3.36 1.30 21.23 3.36 4.71% 1.34%
31-Mar-2013 22-Feb-2013 31-Dec-2012 3 2,081,856 172,597 139,278 131,020 37,449 857,046 28.58% 6.69% 15.29% 832,084 250.20 85.54 15.75 5.38 4.50 1.54 1.0300 0.35   -2.15%   -0.57% 31-Dec-2012 3.10 1.24 19.69 3.01 5.08% 1.45% 22-Feb-2013 3.00 1.20 19.05 2.91 5.25% 1.50%
31-Mar-2013 20-Nov-2012 30-Sep-2012 2 2,043,936 178,133 142,915 133,905 37,449 832,189 27.97% 6.99% 16.09% 832,189 245.61 83.99 16.09 5.50 4.50 1.54 1.0000 0.34   -0.84%   2.62% 28-Sep-2012 3.15 1.28 19.58 3.15 5.11% 1.43% 20-Nov-2012 3.16 1.29 19.64 3.16 5.09% 1.42%
31-Mar-2013 23-Aug-2012 30-Jun-2012 1 1,986,670 177,699 142,398 135,040 37,449 839,635 27.73% 7.17% 16.08% 831,322 238.98 81.63 16.24 5.55 4.50 1.54 1.0100 0.34   2.76%   7.61% 29-Jun-2012 3.14 1.31 19.33 3.11 5.17% 1.43% 23-Aug-2012 3.27 1.37 20.13 3.24 4.97% 1.38%
31-Mar-2012 22-May-2012 31-Mar-2012 4 1,946,874 172,283 139,170 131,408 37,449 815,574 28.50% 7.15% 16.11% 832,219 233.94 80.00 15.79 5.40 4.50 1.54 0.9800 0.34   -0.27%   5.55% 30-Mar-2012 3.25 1.39 20.58 3.32 4.86% 1.38% 22-May-2012 3.16 1.35 20.01 3.22 5.00% 1.42%
31-Mar-2012 21-Feb-2012 31-Dec-2011 3 1,951,477 170,819 138,641 131,766 34,739 789,853 26.36% 7.10% 16.68% 831,425 234.71 80.19 15.85 5.41 4.25 1.43 0.9500 0.32   0.98%   10.37% 30-Dec-2011 3.08 1.31 19.43 3.24 5.15% 1.38% 21-Feb-2012 3.32 1.41 20.95 3.49 4.77% 1.28%
31-Mar-2012 21-Nov-2011 30-Sep-2011 2 1,903,466 168,820 137,491 130,481 34,739 765,009 26.62% 7.22% 17.06% 831,531 228.91 78.21 15.69 5.36 4.18 1.43 0.9200 0.31   3.98%   10.92% 30-Sep-2011 2.64 1.15 16.82 2.87 5.94% 1.58% 21-Nov-2011 2.90 1.27 18.48 3.15 5.41% 1.44%
31-Mar-2012 22-Aug-2011 30-Jun-2011 1 1,847,006 163,863 135,375 125,488 34,739 765,528 27.68% 7.33% 16.39% 832,095 221.97 75.89 15.08 5.16 4.17 1.43 0.9200 0.31   0.80%   13.39% 30-Jun-2011 3.18 1.43 21.09 3.46 4.74% 1.31% 22-Aug-2011 2.98 1.34 19.76 3.24 5.06% 1.40%
31-Mar-2011 23-May-2011 31-Mar-2011 4 1,776,954 160,842 133,726 124,493 34,739 760,190 27.91% 7.53% 16.38% 817,409 217.39 73.02 15.23 5.12 4.25 1.43 0.9300 0.31   4.28%   17.23% 31-Mar-2011 3.10 1.43 20.35 3.33 4.91% 1.37% 23-May-2011 3.34 1.54 21.93 3.59 4.56% 1.27%
31-Mar-2011 24-Feb-2011 31-Dec-2010 3 1,687,212 155,298 128,055 119,382 29,378 394,007 24.61% 7.59% 30.30% 394,007 428.22 69.33 30.30 4.91 7.50 1.21 1.0000 0.16   1.49%   21.09% 30-Dec-2010 2.92 0.68 9.64 2.92 10.38% 2.57% 24-Feb-2011 3.03 0.71 10.00 3.03 10.00% 2.48%
31-Mar-2011 22-Nov-2010 30-Sep-2010 2 1,606,396 150,915 125,980 117,633 29,378 391,553 24.98% 7.84% 30.04% 391,553 410.26 66.01 30.04 4.83 7.50 1.21 1.0000 0.16   6.29%   29.32% 30-Sep-2010 2.37 0.58 7.89 2.37 12.68% 3.17% 22-Nov-2010 2.92 0.71 9.72 2.92 10.29% 2.57%

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.


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UndukNgadau The Bonus Shares will be listed and quoted on the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad ("Bursa Securities") on 16 October 2020, being the next market day after the Entitlement Date.
14/10/2020 5:37 PM
IvanK Thanks for the info
15/10/2020 10:37 AM
Iamnewbies Get the bonus aldy. But now QL share price keep dropping.. hope will go up next week.
16/10/2020 12:12 PM
richard kh wong 6.55 best buy?....................
16/10/2020 1:04 PM
TigerWoods 6.40 is best buy. Pre bonus was 9.70
16/10/2020 1:08 PM
Donloh come drop more is time to collect.
16/10/2020 5:56 PM
UndukNgadau I'm holding on to what I have. No intention to sell. However, will accumulate only if QL go RM6.30-6.40.
17/10/2020 6:24 PM
RainT is not drop

is QL do bonus issue la
18/10/2020 7:34 PM
DannyArcher they think get bonus is like the bonus they get when working - free money. they think 1:1 means money double and 1:2 means money triple. so funny. if so easy, i also set up a company and then issue 1:1,000,000 bonus and tomorrow I become the richest man on earth, then I go buy Jeff bezos' amazon, apple, microsoft, facebook and all... then I become the most powerful man on earth.
19/10/2020 1:44 AM
DannyArcher at RM9+ say expensive, after issue bonus become RM6+ consider cheap... walao eh... Genting should issue 1:10 bonus and then maybe got chance to not get kicked out of KLCI30.
19/10/2020 1:45 AM
richard kh wong @TigerWoods, thank you!..............
19/10/2020 9:49 AM
Eddie Keep dropping like no tomorrow....
20/10/2020 4:59 PM
Wilson Ng last minute close 6.21, how can the buyer seller gap so big?
6.21 buyer 6.49 seller
22/10/2020 4:54 PM
Wilson Ng 6.22 to 6.37 no transaction
22/10/2020 4:57 PM
topseeker i queue 6.30 but get match at 6.21. what happen??
22/10/2020 5:20 PM
topseeker may be is force selling for contra customer ?
22/10/2020 5:32 PM
UndukNgadau Just rumours, QL taking LayHong private. That's why
22/10/2020 5:48 PM
DannyArcher @UndukNgadau

Isn't that a 2017 news where QL failed and dispose all of their stake in layhong?
22/10/2020 8:00 PM
UndukNgadau Danny: yes you are right about 2017. QL is currently Layhong's largest shareholder, with 29%. However, just heard today about taking private again. Hopefully someone here can share some info on this or the reason for the recent weakness soon after the Bonus
23/10/2020 12:30 AM
aarontan1987 will soon go into 5 ringgit range no worries hahahahahahahahaha buy low yeah baby holders hahahahahahaha
28/10/2020 11:53 AM
Maxpowar EPF jacked up the price at 5pm,they trying to lure retail investor in eh?
28/10/2020 5:37 PM
Maxpowar The PE is crazy high at 60+
29/10/2020 7:57 AM
petnch2020 Max, always been trading at crazy high PE for years already. It is a good company with consistent revenue and earnings growth since 2003. It actually can churn out higher profit if its stops with the marketing and expansion plan (less expenses in marketing, depreciation charges, etc) but that not what its current investors wants.

Like all growth stocks.. you have to pay.
29/10/2020 1:06 PM
DannyArcher @Maxpowar

Yes, PE60 but they are growing. Leaving their other business aside, there are now 200+ FamilyMart stores, soon it will be 300 stores by end of 2021. How many stores will they have in 2025? 1000+ stores?

Just go to FamilyMart FB page and read the comments, everybody is happy and requesting them to open in their area or their states such as Ipoh Perak. People want FM, want to go to FM. Think about it, have you seen anyone wanting mynews or 7-eleven to open in their area? What if they have 2000+ stores?

At least they are not paying crazy salaries to the directors and owners like Genting or have side business like Tony Fernandez and AirAsia. management is using the money carefully and expand slowly, not rushing things.

If you want low PE, can invest in CIMB.

Good thing no cheap, cheap thing no good.
29/10/2020 10:09 PM
aarontan1987 @dannyarcher good but no good positioning it now hahahahahahahaha if u can tell me what will happen to it till year end then i willing to stake u 900k myr hahahahahahahaha unfortunately many fundamentalist only know how to pew pew fundamentals only but when shit hits the fan u orang loves to ask people average into to average out the cost like unit trust punya fund manager hahahahahahaha no offense to you but i say 5.25 myr range seems more like a good choice to hold at this sky high PE hahahahahahaha 6 + myr at this circumstance not a good reflection to this PE its either u too rich or u just dont effing care about the surrounding time bomb in this market cycle hahahahahahaha
30/10/2020 8:00 AM
stockraider Another talkcock king loh...!!

Posted by i3lurker > Oct 30, 2020 10:25 AM | Report Abuse

Even though Family Mart incurring HUGE HUGE HUGE losses every day every second

Investors need NOT worry

EPF will pump up share prices to RM20.00 per share easily
30/10/2020 10:27 AM
i3lurker Theranos Principle says if Company making losses, share prices will go higher

since Family Mart is making HUGE losses, EPF will pump up QL share prices based on the Theranos Principle....
30/10/2020 11:09 AM
i3lurker I noticed some Family Mart outlets in office areas dun even have more than 10 customers a day during weekdays. Weekends almost zero.

Retail Theory says Risk of Bankruptcy increases with every additional store that you open.

Thats why EPF will pump the share prices ultra super duper high according to the Theranos Principle....
30/10/2020 12:34 PM
DannyArcher @aarontan1987

I dont know about you but I cannot predict the future, I can guess but even if I am right or wrong, it is a waste of time. Maybe you are right, it will go to RM5++, the difference between me and you is you look at short term, i look at long term. I know in the future they will have 1000+ stores and making lots of money from these stores. That's all I care.
30/10/2020 12:56 PM
i3lurker from Retail Theory the most Retail Optimised No of Stores in Malaysia is 7-Eleven with 2,225 stores

the statistical mean MakCik Kiah who wants to buy 5 items can get and will get all 5 items from 7-Eleven

the same MakCik Kiah will most likely only find 1 item inside Family Mart. Since MakCik Kiah is very smart and dun wan stupidly enter 2 stores

MakCik Kiah never enters Family Mart
even though both are next door to each other.
30/10/2020 1:45 PM
aarontan1987 @dannyarcher u do you hahahahahahaha u forget to discount into potential interest hike in the near future and also many other hawkish factors that could increase cost expenditure which leads to operational inefficiency hahahahahahaha now we are in a low interest rate environment of course its superb for all businesses hahahahahahaha wait till everything snaps then u can start telling me what will happened then hahahahahahaha i calculate into the future not into short term just to hold for what? 1 or 2 ringgit profit and throw it out? hahahahahahahahaha i look for what is fair for me and for the players dishing out the quote hahahahahahahaha if u deem a price that is fair for u but not fair for the players (institutions) point blank useless hahahahahahahaha of course we both have our view and i appreciate u writing as well anyways trade and invest safe hahahahahahahahaha
30/10/2020 8:56 PM
DannyArcher @aarontan1987

Interest rate hike? Like 1997? dream on. We are in a deflationary world, not inflation. We will have pockets of inflation, but the overall direction is deflation. Ask yourself, where is the hyperinflation when gov all over the world is printing unlimited money? Also, do you see people spend more or less from one generation to another? Spend less right? Why? They earn less, so, with less purchasing power or money chasing more goods, as we know productivity increases due to automation, where will inflation comes? Technology is deflation, it reduces manpower and lower the cost of goods. When something cannot be automated anymore, then we will see inflation - e.g. Food. No amount of tech will solve how we harvest palm oil or tea leaves or eggs, they've reached the peak, unless we come up with a 99% human robot with 99% of human agility, then maybe food inflation will drop.

Also, because of covid, every country will now view food security as a very important thing. Thus, more silo build to store more food, and laws to require % of food to be manufacturerd or grow or harvest in their country. QL is ready for this and will greatly benefit from this.

Interest rate globally willl remain low for many many many years.
31/10/2020 1:00 PM
aarontan1987 @dannyarcher u will be dreaming if u "think" we will continuously live in a deflation world hahahahahahahahaha as if interest wont hike or adjust itself to the condition of business performance? again think from institution perspectives instead of your own pocket hahahahahahaha no ups will continuously sustain itself and no down will continuously persist hahahahahahahaha its a new bubble every now and then cheers hahahahahahahaha
31/10/2020 1:42 PM
DannyArcher Interest rate will normalize in the next few years, but no where near 3 to 4%. Maybe 2 or 2.5%. If you think rates will go to 10%+, you live in a coconut shell.
31/10/2020 4:10 PM
aarontan1987 @dannyarcher new bubble comes new environment and new environment comes new kind of capitalism to exploit then comes new type of growth that will spur development hahahahahahaha 10%+? maybe yes and maybe no i liked to take it at a half glass view cause never say no to something and it might just happened and learning never stops hahahahahahahaha you do you lo hahahahahahaha
31/10/2020 10:58 PM
DannyArcher @aarontan1987

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01/11/2020 12:26 AM
Maxpowar I agree with what Danny and Petnch said. Just topped up to this counter. Personally,I am quite impressed with QL’s business model la,here are some of my points of justification as a new investor.

1.) As far as surimi is concern, QL is the largest processor in Malaysia,in fact most of its revenue is generated from its marine based products.In a way,they monopolize the surimi sector.

2.) Family Mart has gotten the attention of young generations due to its variety of food and beverages. No other convenience stores in Malaysia offer a place to sit down and have a quick meal.

They have their signature oden, which utilizes QL’s own surimi products,this increases profit margin and reduce sales costs,no other franchises have the capability to do the same.Beverages are priced reasonably compared to higher end coffee shops like Starbucks,so can cater to wider spectrum of customers.

From time to time,they come out with new items like matcha sofuto to catch public attention,that’s the innovation and marketing part other convenience stores can’t compete with.

Very often people go into convenience store because they are in a hurry and want a quick meal in a comfortable environment, Family Mart knows that and does exactly what it needs to.

Overall environment is clean and bright, with specific “aroma” of its own. It feels comfortable as soon as you walk in to the stores.

Quantitative analysis wise, their profit after tax and ROE have increased stably over the past 10 years. They have a lot cash to weather through tough times like the pandemic we are facing now. So good cash flow + healthy debt equity ratio <0.5.

Now the bad part,I’m not quite happy with as an investor.
1.) their profit margin has reduced in recent years,esp in the live poultry sector,I’m afraid that might cap earning potentials.
2.) dividend payout doesn’t keep up with company growth despite having stable growth for the past 10 years.
3.) PE 63 (however I do agree with Danny that good things don’t come cheap,Amazon,Apple,Coca Cola all have high PEs,based on conventional logic. Are they any less profitable?)

With internet, all of us are just one click away to have access to information that everyone else can have. Do you think you’re the only one/first to “discover” “undervalued” companies?

Final verdict: I believe QL has a lot more potential to grow.They may even take over 7-11/MyNews in time to come if they continue to grow at current pace.For that,I’m willing to pay a premium for it,being fully aware that it may take time for someone to acknowledge a company’s true value,but then that time you might have to pay a premium on top of premium already-la.
05/11/2020 4:05 PM
Maxpowar QR coming out next week,looking forward for once again a steady but surely increasing profit,holding for long term. This counter isn’t meant for goreg2
20/11/2020 1:42 PM
DannyArcher --------- Coming Quarter ---------

Quarterly Report For The Financial Period Ended 30 Sep 2020
Marine Products Manufacturing ?
Palm Oil Activities ?
Integrated Livestock Farming ?
Total ?

POA definitely up. ILF most probably better than last quarter as FamilyMart regains foot traffic and MCO lifted. MPM hard to tell, but I believe it will go up too. The flooding in China was pretty bad in the middle of the year, from what I understand, China increased their food storage, stocking up essential food. Whether this benefits QL or not remains to be seen. Seeing that chicken eggs are depress now, anything goes.

Hopefully this quarter the profit will hit RM100K.

--------- Previous Quarters ---------

Quarterly Report For The Financial Period Ended 30 June 2020
Marine Products Manufacturing 61,857
Palm Oil Activities 14,489
Integrated Livestock Farming 4,056
Total 80,402


Quarterly Report For The Financial Period Ended 31 March 2020
Marine Products Manufacturing 41,474
Palm Oil Activities 3,341
Integrated Livestock Farming 17,983
Total 62,798
20/11/2020 6:18 PM
xjteh QL: MA cross up signal appeared yesterday. Sideway movement shall end soon. TP1: 6.85, TP2: 7.2 & more to go by year end.
21/11/2020 10:02 PM
DreamMaster Up 2.05%
21/11/2020 10:40 PM
DreamMaster Okay also la
21/11/2020 10:40 PM
DreamMaster Boleh juga la
21/11/2020 10:41 PM
DreamMaster Very good
21/11/2020 10:41 PM
DreamMaster Excellent
21/11/2020 10:41 PM
DreamMaster Well done
21/11/2020 10:41 PM
DreamMaster Congratulations
21/11/2020 10:42 PM
DreamMaster Keep surging
21/11/2020 10:42 PM
DreamMaster Good luck
21/11/2020 10:42 PM
Maxpowar Thanks Danny and xjteh for the updates. With the surging CPO price,we can expect more profit for QL’s palm oil activity in coming QR. Lots more room for growth for Family Mart,keep holding and earn your capital appreciation guys :)
22/11/2020 11:05 AM