as if labour practices in the US are top notch. Just go ask the employees of amazon. the US is just a bully and a robber too. If they don't want the gloves, just return them, how can they seize them? maybe they want free gloves.
some of the people here are really noobs. yesterday up 16 sen they get excited and happy and then today down 2 sen, they whine and cry as if the world is ending. my advice is, if you can't stand the heat, then get out of the kitchen.
just hold on to your TG shares and let the shorties bleed till they cannot see the road home. They totally deserve to lose their pants for messing with our extremely profitable companies just so they can make more money and earn larger bonuses. It's time to teach the shorties and their kind an expensive lesson.
hold on to your TG shares if you want to see the shorties bleed. The shorties must be taught not to mess around with a fundamentally sound and extremely profitable company. let the shorties bleed till they cannot see the road home. Otherwise, they will think that we are just pussies and wimps that are easy to push over. Come on guys, just hold and not sell.
kudos to Ben Tan for the illuminating article. Like I have said previously, even if you can't buy TG shares now for whatever reasons, hold on to the shares that you have until the shorties have bled their guts and those who have issued the structured warrants and then gone to downgrade the stock have been made to suffer severe losses. These institutional sharks must be taught a lesson.
even if you are not buying glove counters, don't sell. it is a fact that the glove companies have been grossly undervalued even as they make record profits. it is time to teach the shorties a lesson and make them lose so much they will think twice about shorting another fundamentally sound and profitable company.
canada should just stop buying gloves from TG if they are so concerned about the labour issues. at the same time, they should stop buying iphones too and all other stuff made by the developing nations because all developing nations will have labour issues. these f@#kers talk shit like as if they are so pure and morally upright. F@#king hypocrites.
not very likely for the entire project to be given to just one company, this is a big job and taliwork should get a substantial portion of the jobs considering how in the past Taliworks had given large and long credit to Air Selangor's Splash. Should be good for Taliwork. Just hold on to your shares, after all, the stock gives an excellent dividend yield.
those who believe in their assessments of the superlative prospects of the glove makers will do accordingly. If we buy TG's shares and lose money, what is that to those imbeciles who come in here and spew excrement from their mouths?
padini's price may be up but volume is small,hold off until the 1q fy21 results later this month. the 2q fy21 results would be poor too considering the current CMCO. I think 1HFY21 should be loss making.
eh calvin, what kind of analysis is that? the spike in oil prices is only temporary and a knee-jerk reaction. the oil supply and demand situation today is unlike that of 20 years ago. and another thing, padini's mostly uses cotton and not synthetic fibres for its garments lah, so how can it affect its costs of production significantly? great depression of 1929? you think we are in a great depression now? if yes, better sell all your stocks and don't recommend buying until we hit the bottom lah. longkang analysis.
Maybe epf and kwap offload to depress price and cause panic selling by retailers; after that they pick up again at lower prices and then wait for 2Q results for prices to rebound and then sell at profit. No problem for them if they want to do this because they have large shareholdings and considerable finances, and they can always get more shares by opting to reinvest their dividends into extra shares. Maybank should stop their dividends reinvestment schemes already to stop diluting their share cap further and making their eps weak in the process.
@keyman188, dividends are paid out of profits after tax, so what are you talking about? The 57 sen paid last year as received by shareholders are already net and therefore not subject to further income tax; so if you bought maybank at 8.82 today, and the bank continues to pay 57 sen as dividends this year, the dividend yield should be at around 6.4%. Get your facts correct and don't simply tembak here.
@chanyh, you think the dividend yield too low? and the company's being stingy? Sell the stock lah. Btw, I don't think the company cares too much about attracting investors, it has not done a rights issue or a private placement since its listing and it doesn't look like they need to raise any extra capital anytime soon, so why should they be concerned about attracting investors?
VS's esos is getting ridiculous. Someone should go to their AGM and ask them about it. The large amount of esos shares generated is seriously affecting their eps and ability to pay better dividends, not to mention it being a dampener for its share price.
@chimchim, pls understand that the deutsche bank issues are not because of the current economic climate but is primarily due to financial misdemeanors committed and bad business judgements made by the bank, and all these done in the name of greed and a blind and immoral pursuit of profits. As such, it would be totally wrong to link that with the outlook for Maybank. Considering the dividends that maybank has been paying consistently over the years and their strong EPS, this is a good stock if you are a value investor. If you are a trader looking for short term gains, then that is another story. And with regard to the trade war, you don't have to wait till Sep, it has been here already for some time now and global trade and geopolitical tensions will continue until the moron occupying the white house is driven out.
the protesters in HK are mostly initiated by the youth who have no idea of the root cause. History tells that HK was forcibly taken from the Chinese Qing Dynasty after the end of the Opium Wars; problem was while HK was given to the British in perpetuity, the British only arranged for a 99 year lease on the New Territories (which then constituted about 90% of the total area of the enlarged HK). The Brits at that time, in their arrogance and hubris, thought that their empire will last forever and can easily renew the lease when it expired. Of course, reality turned out differently. The brits could have just returned the NT and kept HK and Kowloon but the area would have been too small and unsustainable so they returned everything. If the Brits have cared about its subjects in HK, it would hv at least granted them permanent residence rights in Britain but of course the Brits just screwed the HK subjects and left them to deal with the situation on their own. One must know that HK, Kowloon and NT have always been part of China, and there is no way that China will allow for an independent HK. If the protests persist and turn violent, it will not end well.
enigmatic, you want good dividend yield, try Taliworks, price now around 90 plus sen, annual dividend of 4.8 sen consistently, better than FD or Padini's yield. Or Maybank also can, consistent annual dividend @ 50 plus sen, now the price is less than rm9. Padini's dividend yield at today's price is about 3.2% only. Padini has got large cash reserves but damned stingy paying dividends. sell and buy Taliworks or Maybank better.
wtf? good solid stock like Tali with good dividend yield also so little interest from punters and investors? This stock should command a premium seeing how money from Splash should be coming soon, and its business prospects are fundamentally robust. Should trade consistently around 1.00 to 1.10. Just goes to show the players in Bursa are mostly insane.
today knee jerk reaction; when the LRT 3 project was remodelled and scaled down, this cancellation was already expected and priced in. Look at the TP by the analysts, Public Bank TP is 2.60 but Aminvest is at 1.22, who do you believe?
padini is still a one-trick pony; depending primarily on the brick and mortar domestic market as it has done in the last 2 decades. So what is new? Online business? Overseas expansion? How is its online business faring? Anyone asking that of the BOD during the last AGM? How about its overseas ventures, its franchising business? Any numbers analyses provided for these 2 segments? Or still trying to break even or the contribution from these segments are still small? But are these segments dragging profits? Padini may be strong in Malaysia but we are a very small market and there are two many retailers out there selling garments. Has anyone in the AGM asked about the company's future plans to drive performance? And if they tell you they still want to grow more stores in Malaysia, then I guess the company will be fu*ked in the years ahead.
prior to its bonus issue, VS was at a high of RM3 per share in Dec 2017 and Jan 2018; if the price is discounted for the bonus issue, then at its high point, VS would be at Rm2.40. Right now its price is only at RM1.15, so there is still a long way to go and if VS can get more new contracts in the coming months, then next year, its price should perform very well. Of course one can take profits any time, but I am just putting things in perspective here.
i am keen to know the outcome because the issues also surround the matter of the payment of the debts owed by splash to Tali and also of the operating and maintenance agreements and the price of the services going forward, thus impacting upon the future profitability and cash flows of Tali.