Old man stock. Not much excitements in its business prospects. Share price moves in low and close range. Not much momentum building even though the company is making stable annual profits since listing.
nhbeen, Whether it is an old man or young man stock I don't mind. I would prefer it to go steadily. I would not expect it to be a roller coaster giving people heart attack or a shock of their lives ending up in the hospitals.
KingKoil, Good morning. You have an interesting user ID named KingKoil. By the way are you selling KingKoil beds? KingKoil beds let people sleep and dream on them comfortably. But don't be a dreamer yourself and expect something ridiculous to happen. Gtronic is not KingKoil. One day, it may become the KING OF TECH STOCK. Could you expect the KingKoil bed price to fall below RM100.00? Unless is a second hand or soiled unit. You should know fully well that Gtronic is a solid blue chip supported by so many top-notch funds, not just EPF alone. You may try to study its annual report for 31-12-2021 thoroughly if you can to know even better. How can you expect it to fall to 55cent. Do you mean USD 0.50 or more than that ? Anyway, nice to have you here. Next time, hope you can contribute some useful, thought-provoking, and inspiring articles to share with us.
As from the Annual report of 31-12-2021, I noted some encouraging good news. The company expected that as a result of the US China trade war, there will be outsourcing opportunities for the Malaysian companies. The newly built 25,000 square feet factory is to cater for one of these purposes. The new factory is scheduled to be completed in the first quarter of 2022. Another words, there will be more revenue and better profit for GTRONIC barring any unforeseen circumstances.
Its CEO gave press briefing and highlighted that the company is focusing on commercializing its advanced sensors for various sectors. This is a positive development as automation will be intergrated into many sectors in years to come and thus sensors will play a crucial part. Positive for Gtronic.
How did you decide that it is positive development? What is their track record in this sensor for automation business? You mean to say no competitors? What is the success rate and demand for their product or is this just syiok sendiri announcement?
DickyMe, Your questions are thought-provoking and interesting if we were in the same kind of business ourselves. But it is unfair for us as a layman to answer your questions such as those you have pointed out as we are not in the position to do so.especially we don't know the internal functions of the business unless we were the auditors. Since the company's Chief Executive is so confident, he should naturally have the reasons behind to support his statements as he has many years of experience. Furthermore, Gtronic has been making profits continuously almost every year. In any kind of business, there are bound to be competitors. either more or less. I don't think the Chief Executive's comments are only for his self gratifications, as he is responsible to the Board of directors, the shareholders, the investors and even the staff.
Chon88: Good points. DickyMe: Also good questions raised. Unless we are big time investors like those retirement fund manager or private equity firms, we could ask for a non disclosure meeting with the Company for a briefing to get a much detail company's development before committing any investment. But as a retail investor, there is/are so much information we could gather to at least reach our own view on the company. Right? Good or bad is up to one to decide.
Unabsorbed capital allowances incurred during the pioneer period can be carried forward and deducted from the post pioneer income of the company. Accumulated losses incurred during the pioneer period can be carried forward and deducted from the post pioneer income of the company for a period of seven consecutive years.
All's not doom and gloom for Globetronics post pioneer status.
I notice from the annual report that the CEO is retiring and, unless I have got it wrong, will be replaced by his 38-year-old daughter. Now there are certainly cases where daughters have taken businesses to new heights (see Harvey Norman), but it does smell somewhat of nepotism. I think this lady needs to show us that she can introduce new and competitive products before we assume that the company's past achievements are any indication of its likely future performance.
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