2023-02-17 12:31 | Report Abuse
I have been a icap share owner since 2005. Over the years I added more shares. My average price is 1.21 since 2010. I have 100,000 shares. Present price of icap is 2.00. Here are my returns in the following scenerios.
*Present Scenerio 1 - ROI (Return On Investment) Annualised:
Total Investment = 100,000 X 1.21 = RM121,000
Total Return % = (2.00+ Div 0.095+0.20)= 2.295-1.21 = 1.085x100,000 = 108500/121000*100 = 89%
Annualised return % = 89/17 yrs = 5.2%
Compared to FD at 3% Compounded over 17 years = 200000/210000*100
Annualised return % = 165/17 = 9.7%
*Future scenerio 2 - Based on 3.47 NAV Liquidation:
Total Return % = 3.47-1.21 = 2.26 X 100,000 = 226,000/121000*100
Annualised return % = 186/17 = 10.9%
Conclusion: 1. Holding icap at 1.21 average price for 17 years is only 1% better than FD compounded at 3%.
2. For risk averse investors, FD is best.
3. for those who buy at icap at 2.00 now, you are taking an arbitrage
Disclaimer: The above is for sharing purpose only, not an advice to buy or sell.
2023-02-17 10:50 | Report Abuse
Went in at 0.88 on 14.2.23 after reading a write-up on SDS. After I bought, it went up every day. So happy. Then it crashed today. Cut loss at 0.845. Loss = RM500 for 10,000shares. Lesson learnt.
2022-11-14 16:50 | Report Abuse
Latest intel from one prominent blogger: PN is leading. 2) PH 3)BN
This is why DAP Ngah panic of taliban govt.
2021-12-16 10:50 | Report Abuse
Just cut loss on TG. Enough of gloves. Any suggestion what shares to invest to recover loss fast?
Malaysia need to reduce T20 to T5! A society dilemma for Malaysia!
2 months ago | Report Abuse
Malaysia a land of opportunities in agriculture, constructon, hotels, restaurants, shopping malls, transport, etc, etc. But locals in B40/60 are not interested. They prefer government handouts and EPF withdrawals. T20 employers prefer to pay for cheap foreign labor instead of paying RM5000.00 to locals to do the dirty jobs.