MAA GROUP BERHAD

KLSE (MYR): MAA (1198)

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Last Price

0.40

Today's Change

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Day's Change

0.40 - 0.405

Trading Volume

165,300

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Stock Price

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Stock Price

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Stock Price

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Stock Price

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Stock Price

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Discussions
7 people like this. Showing 50 of 3,370 comments

dompeilee

Bought more MAA @ 38.5c, going above 10,000 shrs for the 1st time since 2012!

1 month ago

TheContrarian

Eh, I have 121,100 shares at the moment.

1 month ago

TheContrarian

Tomorrow MAA will fly?

1 month ago

TheContrarian

Breaking news : MAA sold off all its interest in Turiya for 40 sen per share making a gain of 22 sen per share.

1 month ago

TheContrarian

The total gain is RM29 million and will enhance MAA's EPS by 11 sen.

1 month ago

TheContrarian

Oh dear, price dived.

1 month ago

dompeilee

20c/ shr in cash coming in & price can still drop to 38.5c....only in Malau-sia( or Malu-SIA) lol Luckily I've got six figures invested in Japan, which will in 2025 overtake the size of my local portfolio given the cheapness of the yen & the sales proceeds locally that I will funnel there.

1 month ago

Cipta

dompeilee, what's platform u r using invest in Japan share market?

1 month ago

dompeilee

One of the major IBs. Most of them offer global trading for steep commissions...cannot reveal too much about my own accounts 😉

1 month ago

TheContrarian

Took some profits at 40.5 sen in the morning before the announcement.

1 month ago

dompeilee

First say sold @ 39.5c...then delete & change to 40.5c...Liar alert...another one of those where nothing alleged can be believed lol

1 month ago

speakup

maybe just a honest mistake. give him the benefit of doubt. maaflah, dont be too harsh

1 month ago

curiousq

yes, 20sen /share from Turiya disposal .... doesn't mention whether would give dividend, somehow, he can do so if he wants .....

1 month ago

TheContrarian

Sold a small portion at 9.54 am yesterday. What's the price at 9.54 am?

4 weeks ago

TheContrarian

Posted by dompeilee > 2023-11-16 17:01 | Report Abuse

Dripped more $ into MAA @ the 44.5c close...🤗 Pity those who chased @ 60c or higher & had to CUT, but if they chose to hold, they would be guaranteed to make $ within the next year at the very latest

Pity those who bought at 44.5 sen.

4 weeks ago

TheContrarian

Posted by dompeilee > 1 day ago | Report Abuse

Bought more MAA @ 38.5c, going above 10,000 shrs for the 1st time since 2012!

Ten thousand shares? Yesterday I sold 24,000 shares , still have balance 97,100 shares.

4 weeks ago

TheContrarian

again?


TheContrarian

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Posted by TheContrarian > 2024-01-18 18:09 | Report Abuse

Bought at 35 sen today.


TheContrarian

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Posted by TheContrarian > 2024-01-19 10:33 | Report Abuse

Bought at 34 sen today

On the first trading day in January Kuchai went limit up and I sold off all at 1.62 netting over 30% gain, used the proceeds to buy 100,000 MAA shares at 34 to 35 sen.

4 weeks ago

TheContrarian

I don't think MAA will declare any dividend as punishment to the minority shareholders for opposing the major shareholders attempt to privatize it at 1.10.

4 weeks ago

speakup

MAA was one of the early shares sprakup bought when first dabble in klse. That time MAA was trading at rm5+

4 weeks ago

dompeilee

TheContrarian

Posted by dompeilee > 1 day ago | Report Abuse

Bought more MAA @ 38.5c, going above 10,000 shrs for the 1st time since 2012!

Ten thousand shares? Yesterday I sold 24,000 shares , still have balance 97,100 shares.

5 hours ago

I don't need to believe anyone who already has an HONESTY DEFICIT. I saw your post proclaiming your sale @ 39.5c b4 you DELETED it. Unlikely to be an honest mistake for such an allegedly large position(which is probably a lie to begin with) 😉

4 weeks ago

TheContrarian

Ten thousand shares only? Hahaha 🤣

4 weeks ago

xiaoeh

do you read technical chart TheContrarian?

4 weeks ago

TheContrarian

@xiaoeh, no, I don't.

4 weeks ago

Cipta

It has been five years since Tengku's first attempt to privatize MAA. Now, MAA has been released from PN17 status but may re-enter PN17 after the sale of MAA Philippines, a lower price compared to 2019, and increased cash reserves. I believe this is an opportune time to consider privatization once again.

4 weeks ago

TheContrarian

@Cipta, ultimately MAA will be privatized but no one knows when. In the meantime minority shareholders continue to be punished by not getting any dividend.

4 weeks ago

Cipta

@TheContrarian Perhaps this is the way to force minority to accept the offer price when 2nd attempt coming.

4 weeks ago

TheContrarian

Probably will be at a lower offer price.

4 weeks ago

TheContrarian

Long ago before the privatization attempt MAA paid generous regular dividend plus occasional big special dividend. Things turn sore after the failed privatisation.

4 weeks ago

TheContrarian

A couple of years ago from time to time MAA did some share buy back, hopefully they will resume doing so now that there's cash in the bank.

4 weeks ago

Cipta

Giving its asset mostly in cash, hostile takeover is possible.

4 weeks ago

TheContrarian

MAA has a rotten investment in KNM. Lots of cash was wasted there.

4 weeks ago

TheContrarian

Just bought back MAA at 38.5 sen. Hope price doesn't go lower.

4 weeks ago

Cipta

When MAA bought Turiya, some shareholders said the same but now they see how much MAA made. KNM is losing money right now, but it still has valuable assets just like MAA. Tengku needs to get more PR with his peers. I reckon everyone will be friendly towards him if he does proper communication and profit sharing.

4 weeks ago

TheContrarian

Ya, MAA needs to turn KNM around but will take a long time.

3 weeks ago

TheContrarian

If MAA resumes paying dividend or do a share buy back it will earn itself brownie points from the minority shareholders.

3 weeks ago

TheContrarian

Bought at 37.5 sen today.

3 weeks ago

xiaoeh

wait at 0.355...
possible..?

3 weeks ago

TheContrarian

Don't think so.

3 weeks ago

Cipta

Possible,. MAA soon will be PN17 again. If Tengku doesn't take any proactive action, it will be delisted.

3 weeks ago

xiaoeh

Posted by Cipta > 12 minutes ago | Report Abuse
Possible,. MAA soon will be PN17 again. If Tengku doesn't take any proactive action, it will be delisted.

why you say so Cipta..?
don't mind sharing more of what you know...?

3 weeks ago

Cipta

Following the sale of MAA Philippines, MAA no longer has a core business and has been incurring losses for three consecutive quarters.

3 weeks ago

curiousq

Heard a few yrs ago, tengku wanted to privitized MAA @1.10 but they vote down at EGM, tengku very angry and let them suffering

3 weeks ago

speakup

It's true

3 weeks ago

Cipta

It's unlikely. Over the past five years, while MAA was under PN17, Tengku required cash to invest in new business ventures by Bursa rules, otherwise MAA risked delisting. Regulations prevented him from initiating another SCR in a short period. However, it has now been five years since the first attempt.

3 weeks ago

xiaoeh

Thanks for sharing Cipta and Curiousq

3 weeks ago

curiousq

The Board of Directors of MAAG wishes to announce that the Company has acquired to date over the period from 8 February 2024 to 10 May 2024 via direct business transaction a total of 201,475,000 ordinary shares of KNM Group Berhad (“KNMG”) at an average price of RM0.165 per share, representing 4.98% of the total issued share capital of KNMG for a total purchase consideration of RM33,243,375.

2 weeks ago

xiaoeh

KNM going to turn around soooooon..?

2 weeks ago

SCM2023

MAA is a dead stock. Is it impossible to kick management team out? We are being scammed since the day RM1.10 offered deal

1 week ago

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