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Maxpowar

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Posted by Maxpowar > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

You can justify all you want about your holding positions, but the public knows you have the tendency to defend an overvalued company just because you have vested interest, and make subjective claims that the companies you hold are the BEST in Bursa.

Also, please do not assume everyone holds tech stock in their portfolio. You do not know investors here have how many holdings that they held onto since the 90's.

If you have the audacity to show your portfolio publicly then be ready to accept critism, because not everyone has to agree with you.

So much so proudly claiming to have courage to display your portfolio, who knows who's the guy behind the grid? Any tom dick harry can create an account and claim to have any amount of portfolio.

Maxpowar

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Posted by Maxpowar > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

To add on regarding positions investors have held onto since 90's, of course..of course...we sold it at a handsome profit and not bagholding like you hahaha...

Maxpowar

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Posted by Maxpowar > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

I'll not touch QL with a ten foot pole given its current valuation..

will consider QL when it's selling at 4b market cap, even then i'll buy solely because of familymart

Posted by investmalaysia618 > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

doesn't matter you hold for 10,20,30 years. earn is earn & loss is loss. We need to play with market sentiment not just die die hold. your pchem gain already wiped out by harta & yinson loss. bad move to buy glove when the sentiment is bad and bad move to sell topglove when it's exploding. sentiment is everything in the market. market can be irrational longer than you expected. why fight with the market?

Maxpowar

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Posted by Maxpowar > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Fully agreed with @investmalaysia618

Sslee

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Posted by Sslee > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

I think if only Philip had listen to his wife and invest in Oriental instead of holding on to QL or buying Harta, he will earn more in dividend and capital gain.

Maxpowar

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Posted by Maxpowar > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Philip needs to learn that a good company does not equal to a sound investment.

It's all about what you pay for it.

You can invest in the "best" business in the world and still lose money. That is why Philip lost his pants over transmile, and now is losing his pants over his SerbadK, Harta and Yinson position. You can't teach an old dog new tricks.

Mark my words, in this raising interest environment with pending OPR hike, QL share price has more room to drop.

Drop more buy more..buy until his underwear also drop hahaha

Posted by investmalaysia618 > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Skpres limit up due to ataims issue last year also dont want to sell. pchem gap up reach 11 also dont want to sell. seems like he dont know how the market works. knowing a business doesnt mean you're a good investor. we need to know business + market

Maxpowar

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Posted by Maxpowar > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

When share price up he starts boasting about share price up, when share price down he will say don’t look at share price but look at business. What a hypocrite you are philip!

Posted by enigmatic [hodl your shares] > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Investmalaysiaa and Maxpowar represent the worst kind of forumers on i3investor.com.

They start insulting you when you are down and throw you with barrage of criticisms while contributing nothing.

Their comments are nothing but unjustified direct attacks on a person.


Philip ( buy what you understand) has mentioned that his intention is not to show off, but to provide the public a guide to how investing can be done. There'll be times where he'll be right, there'll be times where he'll be wrong.

Just88

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Posted by Just88 > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Some are here in i3 to learn and gain. Some are here to mislead and cheat. Some are here to hate and irritate. Whether Philip is here to share, teach or boast is his free will. Whether his ideology is agreeable is debatable but certainly not deceiving. Most importantly, he supported his investments with reasons and that is what matters as this helps his readers to make their own decisions. What Philip is doing should be encouraged.

Just88

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Posted by Just88 > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Compare Philip to those "sifus" who would tell their followers "just buy, don't ask" and you will see the difference.

Sslee

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Posted by Sslee > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Posted by Just88 > Jun 19, 2022 11:44 AM | Report Abuse 

Some are here in i3 to learn and gain. Some are here to mislead and cheat. Some are here to hate and irritate. Whether Philip is here to share, teach or boast is his free will. Whether his ideology is agreeable is debatable but certainly not deceiving. Most importantly, he supported his investments with reasons and that is what matters as this helps his readers to make their own decisions. What Philip is doing should be encouraged

Ans: Have you read Philip's blog on Serbadk and Harta.
What do you think about Philip's blog on Serbadk and Harta, supported with reasons or speculation?

I always welcome different of opinions as its make us think.

Just88

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Posted by Just88 > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

At least Philip put up his rationale for his purchase, whether reason or speculation is up to the readers to decide. Yes, different of opinion is good but not personal attack. There is always a nice way to debate.

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Ans: Have you read Philip's blog on Serbadk and Harta.
What do you think about Philip's blog on Serbadk and Harta, supported with reasons or speculation?

I always welcome different of opinions as its make us think.

Maxpowar

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Posted by Maxpowar > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

I suspect philip is using fake account to self defend his poor investment decision. Anyway, the public should take what’s on this forum with a pinch of salt. It may very well just be a facade.

Posted by investmalaysia618 > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Well, enigmatic [hodl your shares] is just a stupxd example and cannot accept people to criticize. In our comments already mentioned the better way to investing rather than buy and die die hold. And we didnt even talk about showing off. If you cant get the message, that's your problem.

Maxpowar

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Posted by Maxpowar > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

Exactly, there's nothing personal here, it's all revolving around investment and the rationale behind his decision making - which is foolish in my opinion. There's a saying that goes: " if you cant stand the heat, then get out of the kitchen ", fits perfectly in this context. If someone has the audacity to display his portfolio in public, then be ready to face disagreement, it should be expected.

Posted by Philip ( buy what you understand) > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

I suspect max and 618 is the same person just trying to troll as their lists are all about criticizing with no form of sharing at all. Good luck on your investing.

Maxpowar

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Posted by Maxpowar > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

If you insist on using a condescending tone when communicating with people, there's no sharing to begin with. It's you trying hard to shove your idea down people's throat. Scroll up and read back your own comments readers will realize this whole thread is one sided - of you trying to convince the rest of the world your stock positions are the best, and closing your ears while doing so.

Posted by investmalaysia618 > 2 weeks ago | Report Abuse

yes exactly. just because the amount of portfolio is big then everyone here die die support. if you look carefully the return is not that high. pchem gain wiped out by harta, yinson loss. topglove gain wiped out by serba loss. overall still gain la. but in percentage wise its low. a real master knows when to buy when to sell and when to hold cash. if you're holding for many years and claim victory, you're just being lucky. not all share will move back up to it's previous high.

Posted by isupertrader > 1 week ago | Report Abuse

@Maxpower you seems to be pretty articulated. Would you please share your investment ideas...i.e. which is a good entry point? Your advise is very much appreciated.

Posted by isupertrader > 1 week ago | Report Abuse

Also if you got stock you think is a good buy, please let us know.

Sslee

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Posted by Sslee > 1 week ago | Report Abuse

With discontinue ceiling price controls for chicken and chicken eggs from Jul 1, QL should start to make some money from egg and chicken business.

As of familymart I am no so sure with increase minimium salarly from RM 1,200 to RM 1,500 and utilities cost increase whether Familymart with more staff count per store able to make money.

Posted by investmalaysia618 > 1 week ago | Report Abuse

Ding, officially pchem gain completely wiped out by harta and yinson loss. negative somemore

Maxpowar

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Posted by Maxpowar > 1 week ago | Report Abuse

@isupertrader

The bear market has rendered many companies sold at attractive valuation now from small cap to bluechip companies.

Risk management is extremely important. I'm capitalizing this opportunity to buy my way down on blue chips (approx 70%) while allocating another 30% in small-mid cap companies with a horizon of 5 years.

About 15-20% cash in hand for emergency deployment.

I'm overall optimistic in Bursa as I still believe in the economy of Malaysia.

Sector wise? I'm still long on commodities as I view current war tension to persists for at least another year (albeit knowing prices of various commodities have calmed down now (but it's still way higher than say pre-covid era) and bearish on "tech" stocks due to its rapidly evolving nature of business)

Maxpowar

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Posted by Maxpowar > 1 week ago | Report Abuse

Make no mistake, I like QL as a company but I would like to stress that it is extremely overvalued for the growth it has posted in recent years. (That's why I keep emphasizing, a good company does NOT equal to a good investment).

For the same range of PE (though different sector), I'd rather bet my money on MRDIY (for example only, no buy call) for its net cash company turning potential AND not affected by seasonal changes as with QL. Vertical and horizontal growth potential for MRDIY is higher as the company is still in its infant stage of growth.

Maxpowar

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Posted by Maxpowar > 1 week ago | Report Abuse

@Sslee I view lifting ceiling price of poultry products a move of double edged sword. We’re talking about business here, abrupt selling price hike will certainly drive demand down. With the impending risk of recession, will people still prioritize good quality of eggs over good price to value proposition? QL eggs selling price has always been higher than its competitors, if I intend to reduce grocery expenditures, I couldn’t care less about the tiny extra omega3 nutrients in my eggs, hence I’d pick nutriplus (layhong) eggs over QL anytime.

Maxpowar

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Posted by Maxpowar > 1 week ago | Report Abuse

I’ll not touch ANY glove companies with a ten foot pole for at least 3 years until I see a clearer view of where the industry is headed to. (Despite knowing our worldwide leading position in the glove industry). In my opinion, the fundamental of glove industry has turned for the worse for obvious reasons many of you would have read in different analyst reports which I happen to agree completely with. That being said, I see further downside for the Malaysian glove players.

Sslee

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Posted by Sslee > 1 week ago | Report Abuse

MRDIY share price is controlled by the big boys. How many more MRDIY stores can you open in Malaysia and Brunei before cannibalize each other.

Maxpowar

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Posted by Maxpowar > 1 week ago | Report Abuse

@Sslee The question to ask is not how many more, because they're mushrooming out at every corner in every taman. Management is certainly telling Malaysians, MANY MORE. The more important question to ask is, how can they utilize their brand name to create an ecosystem if you will for its horizontal expansion.

Maxpowar

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Posted by Maxpowar > 1 week ago | Report Abuse

Another perspective to view this, the so called "self-cannibalization" is another business strategy to ensure no other competitors can get close to destroying its moat. That is the beauty of economy of scale, when it's done right, the company eventually becomes a monopoly.

Maxpowar

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Posted by Maxpowar > 1 week ago | Report Abuse

Leveraging this comment section to elaborate further on why I'm not fond on the poultry industry in Malaysia- ceiling price set by the government basically capped the upsides of the sector, so any margin compression will lead to reduced earnings e.g labour shortage, minimum wage, oversupply of poultry products, logistics issue..etc..to make things worse, the poultry net profit margin is already razor thin to begin with. Nevertheless, dr.chia song kun has done a fantastic job in ensuring QL's earnings increase consistently during their early years.

Maxpowar

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Posted by Maxpowar > 1 week ago | Report Abuse

Before anyone comments on the lifting of poultry ceiling price, news just came in that new ceiling price will be announced soon. So..the poultry business owners are once again under the mercy of governmental policy.

qqq3333

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Posted by qqq3333 > 1 week ago | Report Abuse

sslee...who can survive with salary below 1500....I think Bangla also cannot survivee

qqq3333

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Posted by qqq3333 > 1 week ago | Report Abuse

chicken price will not be floated.....latest...I agree with that......how sure are u that floating chicken price is right thing to do at this moment?

qqq3333

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Posted by qqq3333 > 1 week ago | Report Abuse

I think Malays prefer socialism and empathy and government rather than capitalist exploitations

qqq3333

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Posted by qqq3333 > 1 week ago | Report Abuse

Malays are not Americans and I actually prefer it this way

qqq3333

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Posted by qqq3333 > 1 week ago | Report Abuse

of course government should do their duties but we already have a working system for chicken prices for decades already...just manage it properly la

qqq3333

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Posted by qqq3333 > 1 week ago | Report Abuse

u want people to die of hunger meh?

qqq3333

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Posted by qqq3333 > 1 week ago | Report Abuse

Americans and stock market both are same creatures...only think of the rich. but Malays and Malay government cannot be like that
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qqq3333

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Posted by qqq3333 > 1 week ago | Report Abuse

do u know Americans absolutely hate their poor....Malaysia government cannot be like that

qqq3333

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Posted by qqq3333 > 1 week ago | Report Abuse

in the media, in the stock market and among analysts...they all think of the rich and want Malaysia toas ugly as Americans, I would not like that be

rl68

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Posted by rl68 > 1 week ago | Report Abuse

@philip,Yinson keeps on buying back their shares almost on daily basis. Why don't they use the money to reduce their debt?

Posted by Philip ( buy what you understand) > 1 week ago | Report Abuse

The answer to this is cost basis. As the market currently now values almost all stocks in the market at very cheap price lower than its selling cost, for yinson it then becomes cheaper to just buy back the stock which was previously raised in pp instead of using the pp cash to reduce debt. And add most of the debt is long term debt at cheap rates, it then makes better sense to invest the money and grow capital instead. In buying back stock at cheap prices, it then saves money for dividends to lesser shareholders, and also retired stock that can be used for the upcoming listing and spinoff of the FPSO project incoming.

Sslee

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Posted by Sslee > 1 week ago | Report Abuse

Once a profesional CEO told me SBB at price above NTA is price support for someone benefit.

SBB below NTA is value enhancement for the company.

So Topglove SBB at way above NTA was done with the aim of price support for someone benefit/ego.

rl68

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Posted by rl68 > 1 day ago | Report Abuse

@Philip, According to Yinson AR 2022, pg 203. Yinson has listed out its FIVE major risks. In our opinions, which risk poses the biggest challenges to the group?

Posted by Philip ( buy what you understand) > 22 hours ago | Report Abuse

What is our opinions?

rl68

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Posted by rl68 > 22 hours ago | Report Abuse

Yinson execution risks and track record are excellent. Counterparty risks might pose some risks. But so far, I see Yinson handles it well.

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