In times like these, those who play margin are wiped out. These greedy rogue traders almost certainly lose in the long run. So, always buy what you can afford and hold. So, the famous geezer here who dabbles frequently and make his recommendation on SUBUR will probably have perished in the severe shorting of this stock by the shorties. Wonder whether he has survived the bloodbath in SUBUR???
subur... is a funny case lah, good business, and now with CPO u, profits coming but have run out of cash to run daily business, and then when you see the BS - balance sheet and not bullsheet - there is a 53m treasury shares, who ask to go buy ur shares, when you cud have used it for working capital.... lesson 101 of how to apply wrong strategy, and then have people like kyy out o fblue promote the counter and make ppl get sucked in..... just look at kfima, quiet counter quiently planting its palm oil trees, no one kacau..... only me, and its slowly gaining ground.... no hu ha no margin call no kyy :-) happy hunting
A free very valuable advice on essential corp Governance mah!
What is the key diff in ownership & management between Bplant V Subur leh ? Bplant reward its shareholders by distributing reasonable dividend whereas Subur siphoned cash & profit for its own major shareholder profit mah!
In other words even if Subur going to make good profits, they are not going to share any with u loh!
On the other hand, u can rely on Bplant for its good corporate governance mah! And right now Bplant is actually making more monies than Subur loh!
KYY, subur lao sai since you recommend and later you wrote that all small investors must buy more. As a super smart investor, I am sure u already sai lang in subur. please show us the evidence here u buy more and more the most undervalued stock so other people won't say that you are nothing but a so hai and a sin ka lan old man
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