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Last Price

20.30

Today's Change

+0.08 (0.40%)

Day's Change

20.08 - 20.44

Trading Volume

1,695,000

Financial

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Last 10 FY Result
AQR T4Q 30/09/23 30/09/22 30/09/21 30/09/20 30/09/19 30/09/18 30/09/17 30/09/16 30/09/15 30/09/14 CAGR
Revenue 22,182,832 21,982,865 23,647,586 27,149,474 19,915,796 15,595,956 15,533,887 18,400,500 21,004,036 16,505,810 13,649,991 11,129,973 8.72%
PBT 1,201,714 858,210 1,152,227 3,219,478 2,976,425 1,185,730 823,928 1,117,380 1,450,205 1,712,284 1,134,598 1,317,697 -1.47%
Tax -368,640 -165,317 -161,530 -781,121 -524,373 -328,681 -173,195 -313,276 -383,329 -29,144 -250,560 -285,003 -6.11%
NP 833,074 692,893 990,697 2,438,357 2,452,052 857,049 650,733 804,104 1,066,876 1,683,140 884,038 1,032,694 -0.45%
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NP to SH 688,022 544,422 834,259 2,166,290 2,257,584 772,604 617,505 753,328 1,005,130 1,592,191 869,912 991,705 -1.90%
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Tax Rate 30.68% 19.26% 14.02% 24.26% 17.62% 27.72% 21.02% 28.04% 26.43% 1.70% 22.08% 21.63% -
Total Cost 21,349,758 21,289,972 22,656,889 24,711,117 17,463,744 14,738,907 14,883,154 17,596,396 19,937,160 14,822,670 12,765,953 10,097,279 9.38%
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Net Worth 14,785,207 14,785,207 14,321,629 14,285,568 11,858,689 10,827,926 10,362,115 11,427,081 11,576,176 10,447,313 9,668,055 7,752,950 7.05%
Dividend
AQR T4Q 30/09/23 30/09/22 30/09/21 30/09/20 30/09/19 30/09/18 30/09/17 30/09/16 30/09/15 30/09/14 CAGR
Div 433,901 216,950 215,687 215,631 215,612 161,771 159,744 159,744 532,482 532,482 479,143 585,731 -10.50%
Div Payout % 63.07% 39.85% 25.85% 9.95% 9.55% 20.94% 25.87% 21.21% 52.98% 33.44% 55.08% 59.06% -
Equity
AQR T4Q 30/09/23 30/09/22 30/09/21 30/09/20 30/09/19 30/09/18 30/09/17 30/09/16 30/09/15 30/09/14 CAGR
Net Worth 14,785,207 14,785,207 14,321,629 14,285,568 11,858,689 10,827,926 10,362,115 11,427,081 11,576,176 10,447,313 9,668,055 7,752,950 7.05%
NOSH 1,098,986 1,098,986 1,081,017 1,081,017 1,081,017 1,081,017 1,064,965 1,064,965 1,064,965 1,064,965 1,064,763 1,064,965 0.16%
Ratio Analysis
AQR T4Q 30/09/23 30/09/22 30/09/21 30/09/20 30/09/19 30/09/18 30/09/17 30/09/16 30/09/15 30/09/14 CAGR
NP Margin 3.76% 3.15% 4.19% 8.98% 12.31% 5.50% 4.19% 4.37% 5.08% 10.20% 6.48% 9.28% -
ROE 4.65% 3.68% 5.83% 15.16% 19.04% 7.14% 5.96% 6.59% 8.68% 15.24% 9.00% 12.79% -
Per Share
AQR T4Q 30/09/23 30/09/22 30/09/21 30/09/20 30/09/19 30/09/18 30/09/17 30/09/16 30/09/15 30/09/14 CAGR
RPS 2,044.96 2,026.53 2,192.77 2,518.14 1,847.37 1,446.11 1,458.63 1,727.80 1,972.27 1,549.89 1,281.97 1,045.10 8.57%
EPS 63.60 50.19 77.40 200.90 209.30 72.00 58.00 70.70 94.40 149.50 81.70 93.10 -2.02%
DPS 40.00 20.00 20.00 20.00 20.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 50.00 50.00 45.00 55.00 -10.62%
NAPS 13.63 13.63 13.28 13.25 11.00 10.04 9.73 10.73 10.87 9.81 9.08 7.28 6.90%
Adjusted Per Share Value based on latest NOSH - 1,098,986
AQR T4Q 30/09/23 30/09/22 30/09/21 30/09/20 30/09/19 30/09/18 30/09/17 30/09/16 30/09/15 30/09/14 CAGR
RPS 2,018.48 2,000.28 2,151.76 2,470.41 1,812.20 1,419.12 1,413.47 1,674.31 1,911.22 1,501.91 1,242.05 1,012.75 8.72%
EPS 62.61 49.54 75.91 197.12 205.42 70.30 56.19 68.55 91.46 144.88 79.16 90.24 -1.90%
DPS 39.48 19.74 19.63 19.62 19.62 14.72 14.54 14.54 48.45 48.45 43.60 53.30 -10.49%
NAPS 13.4535 13.4535 13.0317 12.9989 10.7906 9.8526 9.4288 10.3978 10.5335 9.5063 8.7972 7.0546 7.05%
Price Multiplier on Financial Quarter End Date
AQR T4Q 30/09/23 30/09/22 30/09/21 30/09/20 30/09/19 30/09/18 30/09/17 30/09/16 30/09/15 30/09/14 CAGR
Date 29/03/24 29/03/24 29/09/23 30/09/22 30/09/21 30/09/20 30/09/19 28/09/18 29/09/17 30/09/16 30/09/15 30/09/14 -
Price 22.44 22.44 21.40 20.70 20.12 22.80 23.08 24.96 24.56 23.98 21.70 21.08 -
P/RPS 1.10 1.11 0.98 0.82 1.09 1.58 1.58 1.44 1.25 1.55 1.69 2.02 -7.71%
P/EPS 35.38 44.71 27.66 10.30 9.61 31.83 39.80 35.29 26.02 16.04 26.56 22.64 2.24%
EY 2.83 2.24 3.61 9.71 10.41 3.14 2.51 2.83 3.84 6.23 3.76 4.42 -2.22%
DY 1.78 0.89 0.93 0.97 0.99 0.66 0.65 0.60 2.04 2.09 2.07 2.61 -10.82%
P/NAPS 1.65 1.65 1.61 1.56 1.83 2.27 2.37 2.33 2.26 2.44 2.39 2.90 -6.32%
Price Multiplier on Announcement Date
AQR T4Q 30/09/23 30/09/22 30/09/21 30/09/20 30/09/19 30/09/18 30/09/17 30/09/16 30/09/15 30/09/14 CAGR
Date 20/05/24 20/05/24 22/11/23 23/11/22 23/11/21 18/11/20 19/11/19 14/11/18 22/11/17 16/11/16 18/11/15 19/11/14 -
Price 22.44 22.44 21.52 21.20 20.26 23.32 22.50 24.92 24.50 23.92 22.68 23.00 -
P/RPS 1.10 1.11 0.98 0.84 1.10 1.61 1.54 1.44 1.24 1.54 1.77 2.20 -8.58%
P/EPS 35.38 44.71 27.82 10.55 9.67 32.55 38.80 35.23 25.96 16.00 27.76 24.70 1.32%
EY 2.83 2.24 3.59 9.48 10.34 3.07 2.58 2.84 3.85 6.25 3.60 4.05 -1.32%
DY 1.78 0.89 0.93 0.94 0.99 0.64 0.67 0.60 2.04 2.09 1.98 2.39 -9.95%
P/NAPS 1.65 1.65 1.62 1.60 1.84 2.32 2.31 2.32 2.25 2.44 2.50 3.16 -7.15%

PBT = Profit before Tax, NP = Net Profit, NP to SH = Net Profit Attributable to Shareholder, Div = Dividend, NP Margin = Net Profit Margin, ROE = Return on Equity, NOSH = Number of Shares, RPS = Revenue per Share, EPS = Earning Per Share, DPS = Dividend Per Share, NAPS = Net Asset Per Share, EOQ = End of Quarter, ANN = Announcement, P/RPS = Price/Revenue per Share, P/EPS = Price/Earning per Share, P/NAPS = Price/Net Asset per Share, EY = Earning Yield, DY = Dividend Yield.

NOSH is estimated based on the NP to SH and EPS. Div is an estimated figure based on the DPS and NOSH. Net Worth is an estimated figure based on the NAPS and NOSH.

Div Payout %, NP Margin, ROE, DY, QoQ & YoY figures in Percentage; RPS, EPS & DPS's figures in Cent; and NAPS's figures in Dollar.

All figures in '000 unless specified.

Discussions
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LeonardLiong

Malaysian crude palm oil (CPO) prices are expected to rise in 2024, as stagnant production despite rising demand for biodiesel is seen offsetting the impact of higher output of rival oils.

https://www.malaymail.com/news/money/2024/01/18/malaysian-crude-palm-oil-seen-up-4pc-in-2024-on-biodiesel-demand-stagnant-output/113160#google_vignette

2024-01-19 09:47

LeonardLiong

I think it can break Rm23 when its QR is announced next month ๐Ÿ˜‰

2024-01-23 16:35

LeonardLiong

wow. UK advisory group says Malaysian palm oil is sustainable

https://theedgemalaysia.com/node/698942

2024-01-29 19:40

LeonardLiong

Starts reversing ... catch again when it falls below RM22

2024-01-31 17:35

Mabel

Happy Chinese New Year to all the i3 Investors! As we welcome the auspicious Year of the Dragon, we seize this opportunity to extend our heartfelt wishes to each and everyone of you. May this Lunar New Year bring you abundant joy, prosperity, and good fortune! Let's all HUAT ah!!!

Captain Mabel Meow

2024-02-09 16:17

KClow

DEAR KLK SHAREHOLDER
2 months ago when utdplnt was rm14 i adviced u to sell klk ar 22.5 and buy utdplnt.
I was made fun off and cursed.
Today u would be in 50% profit
Sharing is caring.
My advice to is this
Utdplnt is STILL a good buy..
Sell klk n buy utdplnt.

0 seconds ago

2024-02-21 09:33

dompeilee

Attended KLK shareholder meeting using the 1 unit of share left after selling ALL last year(save that 1 unit ๐Ÿ˜‰) Door gift was a bottle of Tocatrienol tablets & a sumptuous breakfast & lunch spread at their shiny renovated HQ. Longtime CEO's son is now the new CEO while he has been kicked upstairs as chairman & the very frail weakling chairman finally goes after 45 years.{Wonder what all these brown chairmen do for listed companies while collecting fat pay}

2024-02-21 20:10

calvintaneng

WHY WHEN CPO PRICES ARE HIGH UPSTREAM PALM OIL PLANTERS WILL DO FAR BETTER THAN DOWN STREAM PALM OIL COMPANIES, Calvin Tan

https://klse.i3investor.com/web/blog/detail/www.eaglevisioninvest.com/2024-02-22-story-h-188275986-WHY_WHEN_CPO_PRICES_ARE_HIGH_UPSTREAM_PALM_OIL_PLANTERS_WILL_DO_FAR_BET

2024-02-24 17:21

wallstreetrookieNEW

If AmInvest says sell, you sell

2024-03-06 18:31

wallstreetrookieNEW

Will also hit TA Securities' price target of RM21.50. This is truly the worst plantation company in Malaysia.

2024-03-06 21:38

wallstreetrookieNEW

It is not worth to put even a single cent of your money into this shitco. KLK is truly a sinking shop in a sunset industry, led by a bunch of clowns/ management team.

2024-03-06 21:38

wallstreetrookieNEW

Luckily AmInvest analyst still does not have the guts to call SELL on KLK. But it is coming soon. Once Gan Huey Ling calls sell, you know it is over. She is the best plantation equity analyst

2024-03-06 21:39

Mabel

*Malaysia Plantations*

*The unsung heroes of the nation (and the world)*

11 March marks the 4th anniversary of COVID-19 pandemic. We pay tribute to the plantation sector that has contributed immensely during the pandemic. While not undermining the sacrifices by the front-liners and others in the fight against COVID-19, this sector has played its part in ensuring food security, job security, and health security not just for the nation but the world over. Despite rising cost challenges and falling output, the sector still made huge monetary contribution of >MYR23b over the past 4 years in various forms of direct and indirect taxes, and contributions.

*>MYR23b in โ€œsocialโ€ contribution to the grateful for*

Between 2020 and 2023, the plantation sector has contributed approx. MYR6.1b in windfall profit levy, MYR3.7b in export duties, MYR1.3b in MPOB CESS (see Fig.1), MYR0.2b in Prosperity Taxes, >MYR6b in Sabah and Sarawak Sales Taxes (our back-of-the-envelope estimates), and easily >MYR6b in corporate income taxes and individual taxes (by the smallholders) to the Malaysian government . The sector is said to be among the highest tax contributor in terms of total taxes (including windfall profit levy, export duties, CESS, and Sabah and Sarawak Sales Taxes, in addition to corporate taxes). Monies collected by the government were channelled to (among others) nation building and running of many social programmes including free COVID vaccinations given to the people and cash handouts given to the needy during the pandemic.

*Food & health security roles often taken for granted*

Palm oil holds more than 50% market share in the global vegetable oils trade. Hence, its continuous availability is crucial to global food security as well as health security. Throughout the pandemic, palm oil exports never stopped as the government allowed palm oil cultivation to proceed.

Besides food use, the continuous availability of palm oil and palm products also meant there was the much-needed ingredients to make personal cares and cleaning products such hand wash, soap, laundry detergents, hand sanitisers, etc that the world desperately needed in its fight against the highly infectious COVID-19 virus.

*Job security for the locals as well as guest workers*
Many people lost their jobs at the start of the pandemic and had to draw down their hard-earned life savings to make ends meet. Prior to the pandemic, the sector has a strong workforce of 437,400 in Malaysia comprising local and guest workers. During the pandemic, the plantation sector was among the few granted special approval by the government to operate. Social distancing at workplace was inherent in the estates given that one worker typically covers more than 10 hectares of estates, providing a naturally safe working environment. Workers were even given free COVID vaccinations by their employers. At the height of the pandemic, outsiders had limited access to the staffsโ€™ housing quarters and estate operations to ensure the safety of their workers and families. While country borders were mostly closed initially, guest workers remained employed throughout and were paid decent wages (plus incentives) that allowed them to repatriate the much-needed income to provide for their families back home (presumably equally affected by the pandemic).

Well Done Guys!

2024-03-11 10:48

calvintaneng

Blog: THE IMMENSE VALUE OF TSH'S 80,000 ACRES PRIME LANDS IN BONGAN, (Only 43.9 KM from TiTik Nol IKN NUSANTARA, By Calvin Tan

https://klse.i3investor.com/web/blog/detail/www.eaglevisioninvest.com/2024-03-12-story-h-186519186-THE_IMMENSE_VALUE_OF_TSH_S_80_000_ACRES_PRIME_LANDS_IN_BONGAN_Only_43_9

2024-03-12 02:26

dompeilee

New generation is already taking over. Doubt they are even half as competent as the Lee Loy Seng or the '50s-'70s generation.

2024-03-18 07:09

star899

KLK's subsidiary awarded RM140.27 million contract to TCS

2 months ago

TerrenceLim

All the labour abuse scandal slowly unveil finally

1 month ago

WongGK92

EPF still invest it regardless . ha

1 month ago

kl_guy

klk still on downtrend , strong support at rm 22.00 . waiting to buy

1 month ago

Pinky

Overvalued

1 month ago

WongGK92

If compare to UTD, KLK is indeed overvalued ..

1 month ago

KClow

KClow

๐Ÿ˜‚
Earnings thats all ah???
Should be worth rm2 not rm22 la

1 month ago

troy88

Plantation king has been producing disappointing results but this stock always supported by big institutions

4 weeks ago

dompeilee

Overvaluation was obvious for quite some months...Lucky I earned 9 rounds trading in & out of KLK in '22-'23 & only hv 1 measly unit left to enjoy AGM gifts & food ! ๐Ÿ˜

4 weeks ago

Pinky

Buy UTDPLT better :P

4 weeks ago

Pinky

@troy88 "king" in the sense of size but not productivity ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ

4 weeks ago

4444

Weak QR because IJM Plantation overpay?

4 weeks ago

dompeilee

This qtr is soooo badddd that there were only 7 qtrs going all the way back to 2007 which were WORSE in terms of EPS( & only 9 qtrs worse than this going back to 2002)!

4 weeks ago

KClow

Sell shiit klk and buy utdplnt still not too late.

4 weeks ago

KClow

Utdplnt wil be rm35 buy year end

4 weeks ago

KClow

All kena tipu by analysts
Tell u buy klk very good n al
๐Ÿ˜‚

4 weeks ago

KClow

Stil no one here thank me give u good advice worr๐Ÿ˜…

4 weeks ago

WongGK92

Price shoots up when closing. Vry interesting

3 weeks ago

WongGK92

Many funds were buying in. Time to grab it when the price is below Rm22?

3 weeks ago

dompeilee

Bought back the KLK I last SOLD on 16/5/23 @ $22.556....at the close for $20.86...๐Ÿ‘

2 weeks ago

lionel messi

Why the sudden sharp plunge at close today?

2 weeks ago

speakup

Local funds dump

2 weeks ago

dompeilee

The main shareholder has been buying consecutive days & its shareholding is now up to over 525 mil from 501 mil in 2019. Pretty sure they're still buying today!

2 weeks ago

WongGK92

https://www.chinapress.com.my/?p=3960421

Foreign funds dump as well ...

2 weeks ago

dompeilee

dompeilee

Bought back the KLK I last SOLD on 16/5/23 @ $22.556....at the close for $20.86...๐Ÿ‘

4 days ago

SOLD ! @ $21.34...contra gain๐Ÿ˜˜

2 weeks ago

dompeilee

Glad I RANNNNN for a small profit...nowadays cannot hang on to used-to-be superior stocks, esp. after the strawberry generation start to take over management...

1 week ago

WongGK92

India's May palm oil imports reach four-month high on price drop-dealers. Macam mana Malaysia one?

https://www.malaymail.com/news/money/2024/06/04/indias-may-palm-oil-imports-reach-four-month-high-on-price-drop-dealers/138037

1 week ago

troy88

Hope it drop to RM18-19 for me to makan some

1 week ago

WongGK92

seems like EPF has started collecting. I think it's very hard to get it below RM20

6 days ago

Needluck

local fund like epf only can press down counters with less foreign fund inside like klk, petdag, pchem, petgas etc...
those foreign funds support one, epf cant press.

5 days ago

dompeilee

Foreign funds FALLing over themselves to EXIT! Epf once again the b0doh...๐Ÿ˜†

1 day ago

Needluck

KLK really to rebound?

18 hours ago

kl_guy

FCPO got support at sma200 . IF FCPO rebound , klk will also rebound.

16 hours ago

WongGK92

Ya...CPO price has fallen to RM38xx already

https://www.mpoc.org.my/market-insight/daily-palm-oil-prices/

13 hours ago

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