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1 day ago | Report Abuse

@BursaVulture . Thanks👍

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1 day ago | Report Abuse

Does anyone know of platform/site to check individual stock dividends history ?

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1 day ago | Report Abuse

@laikhengtang- Thank you

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2 days ago | Report Abuse

Does anyone know of platform/site to check individual stock dividends?

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2 days ago | Report Abuse

Does anyone know of an alternative platform to check individual stock dividends? I've been relying on dividends.my, but since yesterday, it hasn't been displaying dividend information for specific stocks.

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2 days ago | Report Abuse

When deciding whether to sell your investments after a gain or stay invested, consider your risk tolerance, market conditions, and long-term goals. If you're risk-averse or you've met your goals, it might be wise to secure your gains. If you believe in the market's potential and have a longer-term perspective, you might choose to remain invested. Always consider diversification to manage risk.

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2 days ago | Report Abuse

@furball, One lesson I've learned from the market and investing is that if the money you've invested is causing you sleepless nights, it's better to secure your gains and place them in a fixed deposit. Essentially, you should only invest money that you can afford to lose.

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2 months ago | Report Abuse

Positive and negative points from the article on the forecast for Malaysian firms in 2024:

**Positive Points:**
1. **Earnings Growth**: Corporate Malaysia is expected to see an uptick in earnings, with analysts predicting a strong finish for the FBM KLCI in 2023 and further growth in 2024.
2. **Forward Earnings Targets**: Maybank IB Research sets an optimistic end-2024 FBM KLCI target at 1,610 points, based on 13.5 times forward earnings.
3. **Improving Core Earnings**: The ratio of earnings misses-to-beats has improved, indicating stronger core earnings delivery.
4. **Excluding Petrochemicals and Plantations**: Excluding these sectors, the earnings growth for 2023 could be as high as 15.4%.
5. **Stable Political and Economic Outlook**: A stable political environment and effective implementation of macro blueprints are viewed as key catalysts for growth.
6. **Strong Sector Performance**: Utilities, telecommunications, consumer discretionary, construction, real estate, financial services, conglomerates, and healthcare sectors are showing positive trends.

**Negative Points:**
1. **Sector Distortions**: Significant distortions were observed in the petrochemicals, plantations, and glove sectors due to declines in average selling prices.
2. **Mixed Results Across Sectors**: Automotive, glove, and healthcare sectors performed well, but media, technology, and plantation sectors faced shortfalls.
3. **Uncertain Timing for Market Reversal**: The potential market turning point, influenced by factors like inflationary pressures and US bond yields, remains hard to predict.
4. **Earnings Decline Forecast for 2023**: HLIB Research projects a slight earnings decline of 0.3% for the FBM KLCI in 2023 before a rebound in 2024.

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2 months ago | Report Abuse

Positive Earnings Impact: The increase in MFCB's stake in the Don Sahong hydropower project is expected to be earnings accretive, potentially leading to an increase of about 6% in the company's core earnings forecasts for FY24-25​​. This could positively impact the stock price as higher earnings often lead to increased investor confidence.

Diversification of Business: The acquisition of Emery Oleochemicals and Emery Specialty Chemicals, and the expansion into agricultural produce processing, signal a diversification strategy. This diversification could reduce the company's risk profile by not being overly reliant on a single business segment​​.

Market Perception: The market’s perception of these moves is crucial. If investors view these acquisitions and expansions as strategic and beneficial for long-term growth, it could lead to increased demand for MFCB shares.

Financial Stability: The manner in which these acquisitions are financed is also important. MFCB's healthy balance sheet and low net gearing position suggest financial stability, which is typically viewed favorably by investors​​.

Market Valuation: The market might re-evaluate the company's valuation based on these developments. For instance, the valuation of the hydropower project at a level higher than the company's current market capitalization could indicate that the stock is undervalued, potentially making it more attractive to investors​​.

Overall, while these developments appear to have positive implications for MFCB's stock, investors should always consider the broader market conditions, the company's overall financial health, and their investment strategy before making decisions.

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2 months ago | Report Abuse

Is QR out? its not on their website nor in bursa site

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2023-10-02 18:01 | Report Abuse

@speakup- I understood, thanks alot and wish you luck

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2023-10-02 13:03 | Report Abuse

@speakup - thanks for explanation 🙏. So if i want to increase my position i should buy on ex-date when price dropped and i will be qualify for those dividend too , correct?

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2023-10-02 12:00 | Report Abuse

Can someone explain why Maybank drops on EX- date? Almost everytime 😒. Shouldnt they hold till Ex-date inorder to be entitled for dividend

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2023-09-18 11:31 | Report Abuse

MFCB Faire value RM 8.38, PUBLIC BANK target price 4.75, it has upside potential

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2023-09-04 10:03 | Report Abuse

5099 CAPITALA CAPITAL A BERHAD
Additional Listing Announcement /Subdivision of Shares
1. Details of corporate proposal
Whether the corporate proposal involves the issuance of new type and new class
of securities? N
Types of corporate proposal : Conversion of Loan Stocks
Details of corporate proposal : Conversion of Redeemable Convertible Unsecured
Islamic Debt Securities ("RCUIDS")
No. of shares issued under this corporate proposal : 470,000
The announcement from CAPITAL A BERHAD about the conversion of Redeemable Convertible Unsecured Islamic Debt Securities (RCUIDS) into shares has several implications for investors. Here are some potential pros and cons:

### Good (Pros)

1. **Increased Liquidity**: The conversion of debt into equity increases the number of shares available in the market, potentially improving liquidity and making it easier for investors to buy or sell shares.

2. **Debt Reduction**: Converting debt into equity reduces the company's liabilities, which can be a positive sign for investors concerned about the company's debt levels.

3. **Alignment of Interests**: Debt holders who convert their securities into shares may have a long-term interest in the company, which could be seen as a vote of confidence.

4. **Potential for Capital Appreciation**: Unlike debt, which has a fixed return in the form of interest payments, equity has the potential for capital appreciation, offering potentially higher returns for investors.

5. **No Dilution from New Issuance**: Since the announcement specifies that there is no issuance of a new type or class of securities, existing shareholders may not face dilution of their ownership stake.

### Bad (Cons)

1. **Dilution of Earnings**: While the ownership may not be diluted, the conversion will increase the number of shares, which could dilute earnings per share (EPS) if the company's net income doesn't increase proportionally.

2. **Lower Dividends**: More shares mean that any dividends declared will be spread over a larger number of shares, potentially reducing the dividend per share.

3. **Uncertainty**: The conversion introduces a new dynamic into the company's capital structure, and it may take time for the market to fully understand and react to this change.

4. **Market Perception**: The conversion of debt to equity might be perceived as a sign that the company is struggling to meet its debt obligations, which could negatively impact the stock price.

5. **Price Pressure**: The issuance of new shares at a specific price (0.7500 MYR in this case) could put downward pressure on the stock if it is currently trading above that price.

6. **Complexity**: The specific nature of the debt being Islamic-compliant (RCUIDS) may add a layer of complexity that all investors might not fully understand, potentially affecting market sentiment.

7. **Tax Implications**: For some investors, particularly those holding debt, the conversion might have tax implications that could be unfavorable.

Investors should carefully consider these factors and consult with financial advisors to understand how this corporate action could impact their investment.

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2023-08-22 15:27 | Report Abuse

Anyone knows why JFTECH is dropping? down 23% since 18th July

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2023-08-18 10:45 | Report Abuse

IMO, given the anticipation of a potential interest rate hike in the US and the current state of US banks, a promising opportunity presents itself for Malaysian banks.

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2023-08-18 10:32 | Report Abuse

Given the anticipation of a potential interest rate hike in the US and the current state of US banks, a promising opportunity presents itself for Malaysian banks.

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2023-08-17 22:44 | Report Abuse

Does anyone know why the EPF has been consistently purchasing TM shares since beginning of Aug? They've acquired millions of shares. Can we anticipate any positive announcements soon?