CyMaOs | Joined since 2020-12-24

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I am ex analyst for a banking institution in Singapore. - Co manage AUM portfolio of 100m SGD. - Top streak analysis for 6 years since 2014.





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2023-11-24 14:10 | Report Abuse

With special regards to what has transpired, let us all review together the positives;

1: Consistent Net Profit and a higher Revenue

- Priva's sat businesses (Internet, broadband application, satellite IP, and VPN contributed to 3x the revenue from 26.15 mil to 79.37 mil. As the turnaround came, we can conclude that the business's management are considered as a top-line expert where growth in revenue, net efficiency and order book continues to grow unimpeded by the rise of interest rates and inflationary concerns.


2023-11-24 14:04 | Report Abuse

@Jacksonkhs888 I am sorry if you felt that way but you just have to know that no one here is any authority other than ordinary market participants awaiting for sentiment to reflect. As much as I have my opinion just like others here have stated theirs, I totally respect where you're coming from and have my utmost salutation delivered knowing that you are no ordinary recipient.


2023-11-23 09:56 | Report Abuse

1st technical resistance: 0.135.


2023-11-22 14:23 | Report Abuse

Good qr. What a value buy amongst all the other overly expensive valued stocks in the ACE board.

News & Blogs

2023-11-03 13:44 | Report Abuse

Lies made by politicians. I remember reading headlines from the newspaper few years back, Anwar promises to let go of PTPTN debt. Now, what happened? Too "much" ? Empty promises that break like a shell.


2023-09-03 12:17 | Report Abuse

If I am right by my playbook, this stock will never see daylight due to its impairment. The yields greatly reduce its bottom line from reflecting any potential rise for now. I can see why TA set their sell call at 0.28. Reasonable from an MOL ^2 calculation.


2023-08-27 18:19 | Report Abuse

@bnzn7204 As indicated by other forumers, it is agreeable that this company's shares are in a cheap state. I and a few here are fortunate to bargain in when it was under 0.10. Let's be patience and be hopeful about the company's stakeholders' decision-making process.


2023-08-26 20:11 | Report Abuse

Thank you for your trust @SLLEE5732


2023-08-25 17:18 | Report Abuse

I trusted my assessment and bargain since 0.09. I trust that PRIVASIA will manage shareholders' equity equitably.


2023-08-25 17:16 | Report Abuse

A good definition of a growing company and well-groomed management.


2023-07-20 21:39 | Report Abuse

As a singaporean, I totally approve of the signingcloud project dev. Kudos to SMETRIC for the quality work indeed.


2021-03-04 21:00 | Report Abuse


1: RAM's rating of MBSB.

2: MBSB's strong CG. A translation of its effort to pure outcome as seen on its sturdy growth over time.

3: Building a solid groundwork to continuously upend its position to be a stronghold Islamic bank in Malaysia. More to cover on the revenue with potential clientele's deposit over time as interest slowly recovers globally.

4: Roll over earnings = The earnings though inconsistent, were on the footings of recovery since 2015. Given enough room to partake on its return in terms of equity = I am looking to gauge its performance based on an intrinsic percentage valued at 134% YoY (Pure earnings, not EBITDA). This should set a benchmark moving forward for MBSB as I expect not a recovery but more of a sturdy mid-long term growth of 8 years time into the standard of 1 billion, which should appraise the stock at RM3.00.


2021-03-04 16:58 | Report Abuse

The finest banking stock to own in Malaysia.


2020-12-29 12:15 | Report Abuse

The LSS4 project will require years of operational conductivity to have all of the initial money invested to be commissioned fully back to the industry players. I urged you to think from the standpoint of debt and price valuation of a company. In this case, VSolar has the cash, followed by its astounding reserves aided by its robust fund holdings from its shareholders.

What more do you expect? A company like this falling into the PN17 list? Impossible.

As a project manager, who would you grant the project to? A financially stable powerhouse in the industry. Often times when the company experiences financial troubles, projects are often nabbed and presented to the other bidders. This in return causes an influx of troubles since they will have to reconduct the entire process again to have the mission fully attained.

Price valuation wise, what would be the rate of return from the current pricing be as opposed to buying other solar powerhouses at the ringgit range? You are getting a steal buying VSolar at the CTS range even though it's a penny stock.

Debt valuation, this company has a solid financial strength to overtake and oversee any projects at any time of the day I understand that they might have failed the LSS3 and if you were to compared the cash reserves prior to what they have now, it differs greatly. Any project sounds AMAZING to VSolar now since it could turn this company around for the better.

Unlike the big dogs in the solar industry, any projects feels like a job on the run since they have gotten it beforehand. This is the DIFFERENCE maker when it comes to investing. Understand the why and be immersed into it. I have said enough and I hope it catches the attention of the naysayers.

Cheers and have a great day investors.

Best Regards,


News & Blogs

2020-12-26 14:27 | Report Abuse

Loss making? Perhaps indulge me with a little sense of yours as to why the cash reserves is astounding.

Fools loved to chased overpriced opportunities with insane debts and soon disappeared as a result of it.

I openly welcome you to challenged me as to how this company could go down the PN17 line from the perspective of debt and cash reserves. Unless you are comparing Apples to Oranges such as VSolar with AirAsia, then the entire valuation is invalidated by default.

Perhaps indulge me as to how the rest of the investors could still invest in company with poor management of debts and little to mediocre cash reserves?

News & Blogs

2020-12-26 00:57 | Report Abuse

@greedy44444 Risk has more to do with the investors than the assets itself. Cheers and Merry Christmas :)


2020-12-24 16:46 | Report Abuse


If you could choose to invest in a rubber glove company for what it is worth, please do consider of its earning power into the future. By applying views that are narrowed, looking at and from the view pre/post pandemic, this doesn't serve you justice for what you'd invested. Undervalue, mid-long term, great cash reserves are the finer criterion that you should tick when selecting a company to invest in.

Do note that the demand for the rubber gloves as well as the competition around it are getting stiffed! How much can you return and how much can you squeeze out of this little valuation? I am not surprised to see many of you here performing FIFO day trading framework... it's nice until you started catching falling knives!

Cheers and Merry Christmas people!


2020-12-24 16:39 | Report Abuse

@cutepanda12 Works both ways!


2020-12-24 16:37 | Report Abuse

@Cutepanda12 I am happy to see some investors here seeing the same view that I do and I congratulate you for having park this asset into your portfolio!

The thing with buying a stock and waiting for the valuation to play out are heavily attached to emotions. If investors could stop treating investment as an avenue of gambling/speculation, many would have earned so much more in just a year's time. This is the only stock that are still undervalued having boasted great cash reserves as opposed to stocks that are dwindling down the PN17 line.

Cheers, and have a nice day @cutepanda12!


2020-12-24 16:16 | Report Abuse

Smart investors will never be disturbed by the gyrations of the short term movement in the stock market. This is an undervalued yet over-rated green tech stock in KLSE. What more can you expect from the current valuation? For me, I'd just buy and keep it till it matures and peak above 15cts.

Fundamental, as long as it is done right with no window dressing, I'll take it for what it is. Current ratio and debt is at a positive ratio, so what more do some of the investors or should I say, speculators want? Keep it in your portfolio. It's a good addition and has a positive ROR for you in the foreseeable future.

Merry Christmas people :)