IMO, the recent down trend could be due to omicron case surge, and also the upcoming rise of interest rate, where people will have less pocket money to do shopping.
However the good news is, the upcoming dividend payout is going to be 0.0217sen, so if it can maintain same payout for all quaters, it would still yield to a handsome 5.8% dividend rate, which is much higher than conventional FD rate.
the drop in price is expected due to C19 cases going up everyday. you must understand that fund managers dont want to lose their job due to factors outside their control. they are taking precaution. these fund managers can be local or foreign. just hold and in time recovery will take place. the economy cannot forever keep falling. Q1, 2022 will see price increase as malls started getting heavier foot falls. the only reason it falls other than C19 is the possible upcoming election which almost always affect share price. Unless you company relies on using O&G, the war in europe would not negatively affect much. yesterday was just a knee jerk reaction. steady guys and you will be rewarded. like I always said before, someone is shaking the durian tree to see which durians can be collected. hold on to your durians and remember why you bought the durians in the first place.
aiyoh, you all want to guess whether this counter good or not, look at who's buying up the shares. even the director is buying up a lot of the shares, if she is confident as she is working at MV, and access to all foot fall data, financials, why be scared? Look, even EPF also grabbing lots. why you all not confident like them? you think this is Serbak meh?
like Chinese proverb, in times of trouble, there is danger and opportunity.
PETALING JAYA: Innature Bhd is expected to post stronger financial results for the fourth quarter of the financial year ended Dec 31, 2021 (Q4’21) onwards driven by the strong recovery in mall traffic in light of upcoming festivities.
Additionally, the majority of its store based across its three operating countries have resumed full operations.
In a report yesterday, CGS-CIMB Research opined that InNature was one of the few major cosmetics and personal care retailers that remained profitable during the 2020-2021 period amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
This is attributed to its early investments in beefing up its omni-channel distribution system that helped shore up sales despite the various lockdowns and store closures.
It also had better cost management as it could negotiate better rental rebates and shuttered seven non-performing stores.
Accordingly, InNature experienced a smaller decline in revenue than the personal care retail sub-sector, the research house said.
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