KLSE (MYR): BLDPLNT (5069)
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Agreed with all. Just wait and see the big return...
Salted fish alive....
Up....up...up....any good news?
Total planted area = 31,200 hectares, with 84% in maturity stage. Crude palm oil produced = 115,500 metric tonnes, total volume of palm oil products sold = 760,000 metric tonnes
Top three importing countries of Malaysia palm oil products are India, European Union and China.
BLD Plantation is not the only plantation company that posted bad results in the most recent quarters. If you go through other financial reports, most (if not all) plantation companies are affected by the low CPO price in Jul-Sept period.
In terms of valuation, all plantation stocks are currently trading at a high PE multiple (for those that still managed to record profit) or in BLD case, negative PE. This is reflective of the downturn cycle of the plantation industry. Don't think that the industry will reverse their down cycle anytime soon given the general demand of the commodity is expected to go down in the future. China for example, is negotiating with US to take in more agriculture products from US which would potentially include soybean (or soybean oil). In general, Chinese consumption of oil would not actually go up that much so the increase of soybean oil import from US to China would actually be at the expense of other oil commodities from other countries (in particular palm oil from Indonesia and Malaysia). Another issue is on the European demand of palm oil which is expected to go down exponentially given the proposed ban of palm oil use in food and transportation industries in the future. They have already agreed to phase out the use of palm oil in transport fuel by 2030. Some countries like France and Norway have already started to move away from palm oil.
If you are still interested in the plantation industry then you should try to look at other companies first (at least until BLD is really on a stable footing). You will notice that most plantation stocks have fallen but PE valuation is still high. As I mentioned earlier, this is normal given that the industry cycle is currently at the bottom as reflected by the CPO price. It is better for you to do a PE calculation using an average 5 years PAT to take into account the cyclical nature of the industry. With this in mind you need to have a slightly long-term investment horizon when buying into oil plantation companies.
If you are looking to diversify your portfolio outside of BLD (due to its earnings uncertainties and bleak growth outlook) I would recommend you to look at MBMR.
MBMR is a direct proxy to Perodua via its 22.6% interest in the company. Valuation is cheap at only 6.9x PE (based on target FY18 profit of RM145mil. 9m profit is already RM106mil). PB is low at only 0.7x BV. 4Q18 results is expected to be higher than 3Q18 and last year's 4Q17.
FY19 growth will be driven by the still high demand of the new Myvi and the newly launched SUV Aruz and also the newly revamp Alza in 2H19. The recent announcement of closure and potential disposal of the loss-making alloy wheel manufacturing business alone is expected to boost the company’s profit by an additional RM10mil to RM20mil. I am projecting a profit to shareholder of RM170 mil for FY19 which at the current price values MBMR at only 5.9x PE.
Please go through the analyst reports (https://klse.i3investor.com/servlets/stk/pt/5983.jsp) and do your own analysis before making any decisions. There are 8 analysts in total covering the stock with most of them having a TP of above RM3 (all have a buy rating). The average TP for the 8 analysts is around RM3.50.
BLD's earning performance has been overall unstable in last five years, whereby its earning per share overall fluctuated from -54.11 sen to 22.87 sen. In particular, in the current financial year, the group is hit by a -54.11 sen per share losses, due to lower average selling price of its products.
SOP (5126) at Rm3.50 Versus BLD Plant (5069) at Rm9.10 or Versus United Plant (2089) Rm13.60: Compare & Contrast their EPS, Dividend & NTA, Calvin Tan
SARAWAK OIL PALM (SOP) VERSUS UNITED PLANT & BLD PLANT: Compare their Share Prices & Planted Acreages, Calvin Tan (Part 2)
Calvin Tan's Goldenagri Singapore Palm oil reported excellent 580% jump in profit YoY & Up 92% from 14 sen to 27 sen shows Palm Oil is in Bull Run
SELL BLD PLANT AND SWITCH TO SOP FAR BETTER
Other members also buying valuable stocks but not behave like this iddiot spammer
We all feel ridiculous nonstop posting nonstop promoting
As I said earlier, if you so confidence to wait and if you so confidence what you invest why everyday need to promote, why everyday put up so many blog, why everyday go different stocks forum keep on promoting your palm oil stocks?
This is very obvious you desperately want to cash out your share bought and treat other members as waterfish.
Now all open your eye and see this iddiot spammer sold all MHC stock since this iddiot spammer so confidence about the palm oil sector earlier and keep on promoting to all members everywhere.
I so pity members here listen to this iddiot end up you can burn you hard earned money and this iddiot laughing at you later.
In the real world, no free lunch to people unless you want to take advantage from others
I don't know why 3iii administrator didn't take any action to suspend this iddiot account to avoid further keep on spamming everyday and every way
I pegging administrator need to take proper action against this spammer
Extraordinary QR! With dividend
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Is BLD a good investment stock with just 80million shares?