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5 days ago | Report Abuse

Today's announcement of proposed final dividend of 15ct in respect of FY' ending 31-12-23,

Another announcement is share buy back up to 10% of the total shares issued.

EPS of 85.56 ct with total dividend of 39ct (paid) plus 15ct (proposed) = 54ct.

54ct/85.56ct = 63.11% which exceeds the dividend policy of 60.0%.

Hopefully, investors and public realize this gem company & IBs stating TP of MBMR at RM4.13 or RM4.36 may need to rethink, and only Kenanga's latest TP at RM5.80 shows its understanding of this gem company.


4 weeks ago | Report Abuse

KUALA LUMPUR, March 27 ― In a post on X, formerly known as Twitter, Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Seri Tengku Zafrul Abdul Aziz said that Perodua has been chosen as the lead car brand to produce affordable Electric vehicles (EV) under the New Industrial Master Plan 2030.

He reiterates that the 2025 timeline for Perodua to produce affordable EVs is still on after meeting with senior Perodua executives, including president and CEO Datuk Seri Zainal Abidin Ahmad, to find out where the company is on their EV development and how the government can help to make the affordable EV dream a success.

Perodua also was reported developing the prototype EV with an international car partner, whose name was not disclosed. It is worth noting that the 2025 timeline for the Perodua EV introduction will be around the time the RM100,000 price cap for imported CBU EVs under Miti’s Franchise AP policy expires.

The company have previously shared a concept design of an EV called the Electric Motion Online (EMO) which was shown as a scale model back in May 2023 at the Malaysia Auto Show 2023. The EMO concept is a Myvi-sized vehicle with a reported 50kWh battery, with a range of 350 km on a single charge.

The question is ― where is Proton in the conversation? Will Perodua be the sole affordable EV manufacturer under the NIMP 2023 plan and Proton be positioned as a more premium option for Malaysians? Or will Proton enter the conversation at a later stage? ― SoyaCincau



1 month ago | Report Abuse

RGB's big chunk of business coming from Philippines for the next several years as reported by UOBKayHian.

The above news was reported in the Newspaper too.


1 month ago | Report Abuse

MANILA: The Philippines can overtake Singapore as soon as next year as Asia’s second-largest gambling destination after Macau, the head of Manila’s gaming agency said, with new integrated resorts seen boosting visitors and offsetting a decline in Chinese tourist arrivals.

A new integrated resort by billionaire Enrique Razon’s Bloombery Resorts Corp. will open in Manila later this year, while up to eight more casino projects are being planned, Alejandro Tengco (pic), chairman and chief executive officer of state regulator Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp, or Pagcor, said in an interview at his office on Tuesday (March 12). The regulator also plans to sell state-run casinos by no later than early 2026, he said.

"If Singapore doesn’t expand, they will plateau. Don’t be surprised if next year we will surpass them,” Tengco said. The Philippines expects gross gaming revenue to reach a new high of 336 billion pesos (US$6.1 billion) this year, up from last year’s record 285 billion pesos.

Singapore’s Gambling Regulatory Authority said it has no comment when Bloomberg News asked regarding Tengco’s remarks and referred to the financial statements of Genting Singapore Ltd and Las Vegas Sands Corp for the revenues of the two integrated resorts in the city-state.

Tengco estimates Singapore’s annual gross gaming revenue to be around $6 billion.

Manila is counting on its integrated resorts and casinos to help boost tourist arrivals hit hard during the Covid pandemic. This year, the country is targeting 7.7 million foreign tourists after drawing in 5.45 million in 2023, still below the pre-pandemic level of 8.26 million in 2019.

The nation’s future casinos, which can cost up to $1.2 billion, will be in the capital Manila and at the former US airbase Clark, as well as in tourist magnets like Cebu and Boracay, he said.
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"As you open new markets, new customers will come,” he said.

Slower Chinese tourist arrivals will not hinder the industry’s growth, Tengco said, with Philippine casinos mostly drawing in locals and those from South Korea, Japan, Malaysia and Singapore.

Chinese tourist arrivals to the Philippines dropped last year to just 15% of 2019 levels, according to government data. The decline comes at a time when tensions between the Philippines and China over territorial disputes in the South China Sea have escalated in recent months.

With the Philippines’ gaming revenue rising, new integrated resorts will "hopefully neutralise the decline in Chinese tourist arrivals,” said Tengco, adding that Chinese high rollers are still playing in the country.

The Philippines is also building out its online casino industry, which contributed to a fifth of the country’s gross gaming revenue last year and is expected to grow faster than brick-and-mortar casinos.

"Our advantage over Macau is they don’t have online gaming,” Tengco said. Pagcor plans to launch its own online gaming website later this year, and is seeking a joint venture partner to operate it, he said.

That is part of Pagcor’s efforts to boost the revenue stream of the agency’s Casino Filipino brand - a collection of 41 mostly small casino outlets - ahead of a planned sale of its casino assets so the agency can solely focus on being a regulator.

"We want to decouple because Pagcor has been wearing two hats for too long,” he said, adding the company’s remit is rare in the gambling world.

The law that created the agency as gaming regulator and casino operator is set to expire in 2033. An amendment to the regulation is needed for Pagcor to privatise its casino assets and extend the agency’s corporate life by another 25 years.

Pagcor aims to offer its casinos in bundles - grouped according to location - by late next year or early 2026, and expects to raise 60 billion to 80 billion pesos from the sale, he said. Its planned gaming website will also be sold, he added.

"If we’re successful in the privatisation efforts, investors will have more confidence to invest,” Tengco said. - Bloomberg L.P.


1 month ago | Report Abuse

RGB's generous dividend declared totaling 2.0ct for FY'23 is rewarding to shareholders which amounts to Dividend Yield (YD) of 6.35%. Many investors are buying in to enjoy this generous dividend forthcoming.


1 month ago | Report Abuse

Kenanga gave a forecast of Outperform/Buy & TP at RM5.80.

TA gave a forecast of Sell & TP at RM4.36.

RHB-OSK gave a forecast of Hold & TP of RM4.10.

AmInvest gave a forecast of Hold & TP at RM4.50.

If you read all their reports, the qualitative comments differ but the quantitative comments are quite the same meaning, how many Perodua cars/vehicles projected sale for year 2024 & 2025 are similar in numbers.

Yes, maybe the difference is +/- 5% to 10%.

But, still Perodua is still going to make immense amount of profits & so is MBMR going to making these immense amount of profits because Perodua cars/vehicles are the No.1 selling cars/vehicles in Malaysia for many years too.

So, if you look their projected TPs from RM4.10, RM4.36, RM4.50 to RM5.80 (Range of RM4.10 to RM5.80 - the difference is 5.80-4.10/4.10 = 1.70/4.10 = 41.46% which is a vast difference.

Moving forward let us see which one of the above esteemed IBs' TP Projection including forecast of "Sell", "Hold" & "Outperform/Buy" is correctly forecasted.

As for me, I tend to take Kenanga's forecast of "Outperform/Buy" with TP of RM5.80 because at EPS of 85.56 ct &
even, if taking MBMR's PE of 6.5, its share price is (85.56 x 6.5 = RM5.56), which is near to Kenanga's TP of RM5.80 and also it is slightly higher than the NTA of RM5.45.

The above is merely based on MBMR's business model & its investment holding in Perodua.


1 month ago | Report Abuse

RGB's Profit before Tax excluding Impairment Loss is RM9.597M.

Total Impairment Loss comes from Sale & Marketing (RM13.869M) and Technical Support & Management (RM21.234M) totaling RM35.103M respectively.

Hopefully, these Impairment Loss "Receivables" are able to be collected back in this year 2024 & so on.

From the 4th Qtr Report:

"The Group has adopted a more cautious and prudent decision in determining the impairment loss for
trade receivables, albeit the ongoing monitoring and close following up with the respective debtors.
Given the aging receivables, the Group has thus decided to kitchen sink these costs even though some
of the debtors have agreed to a repayment schedule. Consequently, the Group has made an
exceptional provision for impairment loss on trade receivables amounting to RM13.9 million and
RM21.2 million for Sales and Marketing ("SSM") and Technical Support and Management ("TSM")
divisions respectively for the quarter ended 31 December 2023."

Tax is RM4.964M.

After lessing out the Tax = RM9.597M - RM4.964M = RM4.633M (which is Net Profit after Tax excluding Impairment Loss).

RGB declared a dividend of RM0.0080/share which is RM8-00/lot of 1,000 units.

Total Cash/Bank Balance still stand at +RM148.935M.

Hope to see a good financial & business year for RGB for year 2024, 2025 & so on.


1 month ago | Report Abuse

No worry for me, buy on dip for LT investment.


1 month ago | Report Abuse

No worry as FCPO is still exceeding RM3,900.00/ton.

Buy on dip for LT investment.


1 month ago | Report Abuse

Retained earning increase the Reserve & goes into the NTA and shall be reflected into the share price eventually.

That is my opinion.


1 month ago | Report Abuse

KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 28): Genting Bhd’s Resorts World Genting said it will close two of its three casinos effective Wednesday.

The gaming group posted the announcement on the Resorts World Genting website, stating that Genting Casino 1 (Circus Palace) and Genting Casino 2 (Hollywood) will be closed with effect from Wednesday.

The notice advised customers to instead proceed to SkyCasino for gaming, with a shuttle service to be provided to SkyCasino between 10am and midnight daily.

Resorts World said in a statement that the closure of certain sections of its casinos would be temporary to facilitate improvements to its facilities.

“In our ongoing effort to improve our operational efficiency and enhance the gaming and entertainment experience for our guests, we continuously upgrade our facilities,” it said.

Resorts World added that its gaming operations continue to operate as usual. However, the company did not provide a timeline for when the upgrade works will be completed.


1 month ago | Report Abuse

exchem Resources - Recoveries in Industrial and Polymer Divisions; BUY
Publish date: Wed, 28 Feb 2024, 04:47 PM

Keep BUY, with new MYR1.44 TP from MYR1.50, 49% upside. Texchem Resources’ FY23 results missed expectations on slower-than-expected recovery. That said, following a lacklustre share price performance (-56%) in FY23 due to weak results and margins compression, TEX could be a laggard play into FY24 that is poised to benefit from volume recovery, particularly from industrial and polymer engineering divisions. The current depressed valuation offers a good entry into the diverse businesses, coupled with solid balance sheet and strong cash flow generation.

Missed expectations. TEX recorded FY23 core losses of MYR10.4m (vs MYR30.8m profit in FY22) after adjustments for an employee stock option scheme expense and gain on disposal of investment in associate. The disappointment came from weaker-than-expected sales and margins, and high effective tax rate – from the non-availability of tax relief from losses incurred by certain subsidiaries and under-provision from the prior period.

Results review. YoY, FY23 revenue dipped 13.1% due to weaker market demand from the industrial and polymer engineering divisions, while its restaurant divisions were impacted by weaker consumer sentiment. FY23 EBITDA margin contracted 3.1ppts to 7% on the loss of economies of scale and higher input and operating costs. QoQ, 4Q23 revenue were flattish, with recovery in polymer engineering division offset by weakness seen in the restaurant division. Due to higher operating costs, the company achieved 4Q23 core losses of MYR3.2m (vs MYR2.1m in 3Q23).

Outlook. We expect encouraging recovery momentum among semiconductor customers, while the medical life science customers continue to grow steadily as per guided. The execution of new high margin business since 4Q23 is expected to contribute positively into FY24. In the industrial division, the chemical prices have begun to reverse, which should lead to improved demand as customers deplete their on-hand inventory. On the other hand, expectations of contained inflation and a review of employees’ salary schemes could improve consumer sentiment, benefitting the restaurant division in FY24 while competition on retail F&B scene and cost input pressure remains. However, the food division may continue to face challenges due to FX control measures in Myanmar. Management has put up contingency plans to stimulate local demand for its products while slowly diversify its supply chain away from Myanmar to mitigate the impact. All in, we look forward to a profitable FY24 year for TEX.

Forecast and valuations. We maintain our FY24-25 forecast in view of a stronger FY24 outlook and guidance, and introduce FY26F earnings (+25%). We also take the opportunity to revise our ESG score to 3.0 from 3.2, given the lack of disclosure on emissions. Our SOP-derived TP is lowered to MYR1.44 (after applying a 20% conglomerate discount) – implying a blended 13.4x FY24F P/E. Key risks: Escalation of input costs, weaker-than-expected sales/orders, fluctuation of chemical prices, and unfavourable FX rates.

Source: RHB Research - 28 Feb 2024


1 month ago | Report Abuse

MBMR's total EPS for year 2023 is 85.56 ct.
NTA is 5.45.
PE is 5.24.
Bauto's PE is 7.62.
DRBHCOM's PE is 23.57.

Looking at MBMR's non-declaration of dividend for 4th Qtr 2023 may be good in view of the followings:

1. To reflect the real intrinsic value of MBMR, the share price, even if taking Bauto's PE of 7.62, MBMR's share price should be (85.56 x 7.62 = RM6.51).

2. Even, if taking MBMR's PE of 6.5, its share price is (85.56 x 6.5 = RM5.56), which is the IB's Target Price projection of RM5.50 and also it is slightly higher than the NTA of RM5.45.

3. Looking at it, the non-declaration of a decent dividend for 4th Qtr 2023 may reveal many good stories ahead.

Well, we are investing in long term basis because all the business sectors in MBMR are showing excellent business performance and Perodua's cars/vehicles are still the king of the road in view of the followings:

1. SST of 8% will affect more on the higher end car/vehicle prices as SIME is going to announce increase in prices.

2. Perodua cars/vehicles are the best fuel consumption cars/vehicles and loved by Malaysians.

3. And so on.


1 month ago | Report Abuse

Taann's NPAT is RM20,402K, after deducting Stock Write Off of RM9,782K and Fair Value of Biological Assets change of RM32,772K. Otherwise, the NPAT is favorable.

Net Cash position is RM182,254K (Total Cash - Total Borrowings).

Generally, this year 2023's Dividend paid is RM0.250/share is satisfactorily.

Company announced today (28-02-24) to purchase back own shares.

In view of the above, going into year 2024 with favorable CPO price of RM3,800K+/ton, we hope and assume Qtr 1 of year 2024 will be a much better financial performance by Taann, and we are long term investor, we are not bothered with these little discomforts.


1 month ago | Report Abuse

In view of the 40% NPAT amounting to RM36.547M retained as 60% NPAT amounting to RM91.369M to be paid on 27-03-24, the Net Cash position has increased from RM505.921M (FY ending 31-12-22) to RM531.504M (FY ending 31-12-23).

With new FY'2024 continuing with good operating profit provided CPO stays well above RM3,800.00/ton, Hsplant will continue to improve in its financial performance.


1 month ago | Report Abuse

Total NPAT for FY' ending 31-12-23 is RM91.369M.
Dividend Policy of 60% of NPAT = RM91.369 x 60% = RM54.82M.
Dividend per share = RM54.82/800M = RM0.0685.
!st Dividend Paid = RM0.0150.
2nd Dividend Payable = RM0.0685 - RM0.0150 = RM0.0535 which is rounded up to RM0.053.


2 months ago | Report Abuse

Imaspro's Net Cash holding is about RM51,340K/80,000K share = RM0.64 cash holding per lot.

Share price of Imaspro now is RM1.32 - RM0.64 = RM0.68 per Imaspro share.

Now, looking at it, Imaspro share is very attractive and cheap.


2 months ago | Report Abuse

RGB's Cash balance of RM176,778K/1,548,000K shares = RM0.114 per lot of RGB share.

RGB's share price of RM0.305 - RM0.114 = RM0.191.

So, when you are holding 1 lot of RGB at RM0.305, it actually means your net cost is RM0.191 per lot of RGB share.

Happy investing in RGB, and see how RGB share will progress from now.

IB gave TP of RGB at RM0.46.


2 months ago | Report Abuse

Just reported (according to MAA):

Jan'23 all new car sales - 50,168 units.
Jan'24 all new car sales - 65,499 units (Higher than Year'23 sale figures).
Feb'24 all new car sales - Expected to be lower due to shorter number of days & Chinese New Year).
Dec'23 all new car sales - 78,398 units (Generally, it is higher due to year-end sale promotions).

From the reported figures, companies should be reported to still continue to do well.


2023-12-21 19:37 | Report Abuse

IKEDA, Osaka Prefecture--Transport ministry officials searched the Daihatsu Motor Co. headquarters here on Dec. 21 following an admission of widespread falsification of vehicle safety tests at the automaker.

The Toyota Motor Corp. subsidiary could face penalties and recall orders depending on the findings of the investigation.

The government inspection comes a day after the company admitted to 174 cases of misconduct with safety tests for most vehicles currently in production as well as some discontinued models.

“The ultimate responsibility lies with the management,” said Daihatsu President Soichiro Okudaira at a news conference on Dec. 20, although he declined to step down immediately.

A third-party investigative team suggested that intense pressure placed on the company’s engineers to produce favorable results led to the test rigging.

“We should have been aware of what was going on,” said Toyota Vice President Hiroki Nakajima, who was also in attendance.

The ministry ordered Daihatsu on Dec. 20 to halt shipments of all vehicles until they are confirmed safe.

This includes 16 domestic models and seven overseas models manufactured by Daihatsu for other brands such as Toyota, Mazda Motor Corp. and Subaru Corp.

Ministry officials are inspecting all 28 models Daihatsu manufactures for the Japanese market for compliance with safety standards.

Okudaira said the company’s own inspections found no significant safety concerns with affected vehicles, suggesting that customers can continue driving them.

However, he reported possible safety issues with the air bags of two models: the Toyota Pixis Joy and the Daihatsu Cast.

The two models’ doors will automatically lock after their air bags inflate, potentially hindering rescue efforts of the vehicles' occupants.

Okudaira emphasized that the issue is unrelated to recent reports of falsified safety tests.

The ministry will determine whether the two models should be recalled.

Daihatsu has a 30 percent share of the domestic market for “kei” minivehicles, including popular models such as the Pixis Joy and Cast. The automaker sold 1.7 million vehicles worldwide in fiscal 2022.

(This article was compiled from reports by staff writers Kenta Nakamura and Kohei Kondo.)


2023-12-21 19:34 | Report Abuse

OSAKA -- Japanese carmaker Daihatsu Motor will begin negotiations with suppliers to compensate them for lost revenues due to its suspension of shipments after an independent panel found irregularities in its operations, Nikkei learned on Thursday.

The Toyota Motor subsidiary is Japan's top manufacturer of popular lightweight minicars, known as kei cars. Daihatsu also plans to halt production at its domestic plants by Dec. 26, and it is unclear when it will resume operations as normal.

The company outlined its compensation plans to its parts suppliers and others in its supply chain with which it has direct business relationships in an online meeting on Wednesday. The plan includes going through with the purchasing of parts already produced for Daihatsu, and financial compensation for revenues lost due to the production halt.

There are 423 companies that directly do business with Daihatsu, which it considers Tier 1 suppliers. The compensation amounts are being negotiated, and Daihatsu will also consider supporting Tier 2 and Tier 3 suppliers that are heavily reliant on it for sales. A Daihatsu representative said the company was "willing to consult [with these companies] as much as possible."

Daihatsu has plants in Osaka, Kyoto, Shiga, and Oita Prefectures. The company stopped shipping from all these plants from Wednesday, but it is still accepting parts from suppliers. At some plants, workers are continuing to assemble vehicles that are in the process of production. All domestic plants will stop manufacturing soon, but Daihatsu has not decided when it will halt overseas production.


2023-11-24 20:58 | Report Abuse

MBMR: EPS - 75.23 ct, NTA - 5.33, P/E Now - 5.66 at today's share price - 4.26.

Average P/E of companies in same industry - From 8X to 20X.

So, please calculate for yourself the expected share price of MBMR.

Perdua cars are still selling like hot cakes, and Oct'23 & Nov'23 total car sales are closing & Dec'23's car sales are still aggressive in view of festive seasons like X'mas & Chinese New Year'24 in early Feb'24.

So, you will expect another excellent 4th Qtr Report (To sum up the 4 Qtrs for FY'23 ending on 31-12-23).

By Feb'24, you will still expect a very strong Qtr 4's Financial Performance.

In view of the above, I always invest LT & MBMR is my selected right choice & go for elephant financial gains.
This is my personal view & not for recommendation for buying & selling of MBMR shares.


2023-11-16 20:53 | Report Abuse

Please look at the NTA, PE, DY against the similar companies in the auto industry.

MBMR is obviously very undervalued.


2023-09-12 19:41 | Report Abuse

MBMR is for LT investment and keep it for my recurring retirement income.


2023-08-26 12:22 | Report Abuse

Diners to go on enjoying their sushi, but ‘hold the sashimi’
Publish date: Fri, 25 Aug 2023, 09:23 AM

PETALING JAYA: For some sushi fans, it’s still a case of “let’s dig in!”

“I will still go to Japanese restaurants whenever I get the cravings,” said engineer Albert Tey, 36.

He is not put off by the news that Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant began releasing treated radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean yesterday.

This has led to China banning seafood from Japan with immediate effect.

But Tey, who loves sushi, said he would be at ease indulging in omakase, a chef’s choice menu, saying that he had faith in the stringent requirements on freshness and safety.

Others, like copywriter Lai May Choon, have a more pragmatic view.

Lai, 38, plans to continue enjoying sushi as most of the salmon available in the Malaysian market is farm-raised rather than caught in the wild.

“Since farmed fish is taken care of in a more controlled environment, we need not be overly worried,” she said.

She also voiced confidence in Japan’s reputation for precision and discipline, saying that she believes the wastewater release would be closely monitored.

Property agent Stella Lau, 40, however, admitted that she would avoid consuming sashimi, at least temporarily.

But she has confidence in the safety of other sushi ingredients.

“Japanese restaurants offer a variety of choices. So I will opt for other types of seafood instead of air-flown seafood from Japan,” she added.

Kampachi Restaurants Sdn Bhd deputy general manager G. Balam said their outlets import products from Japan twice a week.

“Our products mainly come from the Kansai and Tokyo regions,” he said.

He explained that they had adopted a proactive approach by avoiding products from Fukushima and its surrounding areas.

“This practice has been in place for many years, since the earthquake in 2011 in Japan,” he said.

Kampachi has posted an advisory on its website to address concerns over the release of tainted water into the sea off the coast of Fukushima.

It said that its “suppliers have been strictly instructed not to source any seafood from that area”.

Sushi King Sdn Bhd’s head of marketing, Gan Phaik Hoon, said the restaurant chain was aware of the concerns about food safety.

“However, our seafood is not imported from Japan. Our fish, mainly salmon and saba, are sourced from Norway. Other seafood, like prawns, comes from Vietnam,” said Gan.

On its website, Sushi King also announced that its salmon and saba (mackerel) are from Norway.

Meanwhile, Kuala Lumpur Hoi Seong Fish Wholesale Association chairman Sing Kian Hock said most fresh seafood in the local market originates from countries such as Myanmar, Thailand, Indonesia and India, with no imports from Japan.“Some high-priced seafood items, like Hokkaido scallops and spider crabs, are imported only occasionally for specific needs and are not part of the regular supply.

“Salmon mainly originates from Norway,” he added.



2023-08-23 20:18 | Report Abuse

EPF buys and sells shares is normal conducted activity, but importantly is MBMR's financial performance & dividend payment track record is what investors want.

Tomorrow will be another great day for MBMR & its share price going up.


2023-06-21 19:50 | Report Abuse

Excellent report indicates the discussion with Bplant/Boustead/Ltat regarding Bplant's equity and/or lands is intact.


2023-01-05 20:47 | Report Abuse

Good analysis and let's see how much dividends we shall get soon.

Hsplant has always been my favorite share held for long time.


2022-12-29 15:30 | Report Abuse

Taann share is holding on well and hopefully after dividend-ex on 30-12-22, it will gradually move up.


2022-12-27 13:54 | Report Abuse

Taann is so good that you can go for your holidays without carrying it in your wallet, or no, in your head.


2022-12-27 09:33 | Report Abuse

Hsplant is brewing something?


2022-12-15 13:44 | Report Abuse

Of late, many FCPO Analysts are saying FCPO for year 2023 & even 2024 will dip very low and say the future strong earnings of listed oil palm companies are past/history.

FCPO depends on lots of factors which I don't need to deliberate & elaborate here, but I would like to express my opnion that palm oil is a food security issue in the world & the differential pricing of CPO against Soyabean is about RM2,700-00.

Come 2024, after 2023, economic conditions may turn the better with demands for edible oils esp' with palm oil may exceed supplies, and so, investing for consistent long term is the best & safe option.


2022-12-15 13:37 | Report Abuse

I am sure the Shareholders & Top Management of Bplant are fully and consciously aware of Bplant's potentials against the share price of Bplant.


2022-12-15 13:35 | Report Abuse

Thanks to Bplant's committed dividend policy, my holding cost of Bplant has dipped so much that I don't even care about the fluctuation in its daily share price, and my holding cost keeps dipping down as I know the dividends will keep coming in.

No regrets in investing for Bplant share in long term basis, even for > 10 years.


2022-11-29 19:38 | Report Abuse

The not so good performance of Hsplant is temporary, but it has more than RM498M in bank with no borrowings.
Nothing is lost, keep investing when the share price is low.


2022-11-29 19:34 | Report Abuse

Taann's total dividends (DPS)amount to RM0.40/lot with its present share price of RM3.75/share, PE of 4.23, EPS of RM88.60/share & DY of 10.67 is so unbelievable.

If you don't think this is good enough, you may go to invest in other shares in KLSE.


2022-11-03 14:01 | Report Abuse

Here come again the acid rain.


2022-10-25 14:04 | Report Abuse

I see these See & Mikecyc battering with Calvin.

What better things to do than this.


2022-10-21 13:57 | Report Abuse

RHBInvest is today's posting stated this and I quote "Our CPO price per tonne assumptions are MYR5,100, MYR3,900, and MYR3,500 for 2022, 2023, and 2024".

What does this mean?

It means the FCPO is minimum of RM3,500/ton even for year 2024 and what does this mean too?

It means all oil palm listed companies and even all oil palm smallholders will still make good profit becasue the CPO costing is about RM2,500/+/- per ton (On Average).

This finally means holding on the oil palm listed co. shares is shear good investments with promised dividends.

Syabas & great thanks to RHBInvest for a good report & doing the public an excellent favour.


2022-10-21 13:52 | Report Abuse

RHBInvest is today's posting stated this and I quote "Our CPO price per tonne assumptions are MYR5,100, MYR3,900, and MYR3,500 for 2022, 2023, and 2024".

What does this mean?

It means the FCPO is minimum of RM3,500/ton even for year 2024 and what does this mean too?

It means all oil palm listed companies and even all oil palm smallholders will still make good profit becasue the CPO costing is about RM2,500/+/- per ton (On Average).

This finally means holding on the oil palm listed co. shares is shear good investments with promised dividends.

Syabas & great thanks to RHBInvest for a good report & doing the public an excellent favour.


2022-10-21 13:38 | Report Abuse

Please be advised that everyone is led by conscience irrespective of race, color or religion.

Even an atheist will not do that as he/she has conscience.


2022-10-21 13:37 | Report Abuse

Please be advised that everyone is led by conscience irrespective of race, color or religion.

Even an atheist will not do that as he/she has conscience.


2022-10-21 13:36 | Report Abuse

Who is this person always lashing personal attacks on someone here with all kind of allegations?

The extent of damaging personal attacks is too deep.


2022-10-21 13:35 | Report Abuse

Who is this person always lashing personal attacks on someone here with all kind of allegations?

The extent of damaging personal attacks is too deep.