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2021-12-02 18:55


Taliworks poised for an uptrend rebound, says RHB Retail Research

2021-12-15 08:30


Coming coming...90 sen

2021-12-15 17:43


Now secure another package from Air Selangor!

2021-12-16 19:39


No wonder CIO from Taliwrk gave a hint on great contribution is expected from construction and engineering section. He also hinted that the dividend of 2022 should at least 0.0165 x4

2021-12-16 19:46


It is really a Great news !
At least few years of consistent quarterly dividend ( about RM0.0165 ) are expected from Taliwrk.

2021-12-16 20:17


Managed to get some tickets at RM0.86.good luck guys

2021-12-17 10:58




1/4 ( 10 亿)project won from rasau treatment 40 亿

2021-12-17 15:08


When declare dividend

2021-12-31 12:58


Woodswater. They just paid a div (Dec 31st). The next 1/4ly dividend is due at end of March, its likely to be announced in February, I expect 1.65c or better.

2022-01-03 17:53


Huat ah... kasi hit RM1.00 and then pay quaterly dividend like always.

2022-01-12 18:35


Why Taliworks today so bullish? Another contract awarded?

2022-01-14 10:21


My money.....

2022-01-26 08:16


creeping up in anticipation of dividend

well, it's expected anyway hahaha

2022-02-04 16:26


The is Greattttt... Hopefully can challenge RM1.00 soon !

2022-02-25 15:45


BySimply Wall StPublishedMarch 02, 2022
KLSE:TALIWRKSource: Shutterstock
Taliworks Corporation Berhad (KLSE:TALIWRK) shareholders will have a reason to smile today, with the analysts making substantial upgrades to this year's statutory forecasts. The analysts have sharply increased their revenue numbers, with a view that Taliworks Corporation Berhad will make substantially more sales than they'd previously expected.

Following the upgrade, the latest consensus from Taliworks Corporation Berhad's four analysts is for revenues of RM480m in 2022, which would reflect a substantial 59% improvement in sales compared to the last 12 months. Prior to the latest estimates, the analysts were forecasting revenues of RM429m in 2022. The consensus has definitely become more optimistic, showing a decent improvement in revenue forecasts.

Check out our latest analysis for Taliworks Corporation Berhad

KLSE:TALIWRK Earnings and Revenue Growth March 2nd 2022
There was no particular change to the consensus price target of RM1.01, with Taliworks Corporation Berhad's latest outlook seemingly not enough to result in a change of valuation. There's another way to think about price targets though, and that's to look at the range of price targets put forward by analysts, because a wide range of estimates could suggest a diverse view on possible outcomes for the business. Currently, the most bullish analyst values Taliworks Corporation Berhad at RM1.06 per share, while the most bearish prices it at RM0.95. The narrow spread of estimates could suggest that the business' future is relatively easy to value, or that the analysts have a clear view on its prospects.

Another way we can view these estimates is in the context of the bigger picture, such as how the forecasts stack up against past performance, and whether forecasts are more or less bullish relative to other companies in the industry. One thing stands out from these estimates, which is that Taliworks Corporation Berhad is forecast to grow faster in the future than it has in the past, with revenues expected to display 59% annualised growth until the end of 2022. If achieved, this would be a much better result than the 1.6% annual decline over the past five years. By contrast, our data suggests that other companies (with analyst coverage) in the industry are forecast to see their revenue grow 8.8% per year. So it looks like Taliworks Corporation Berhad is expected to grow faster than its competitors, at least for a while.

The Bottom Line
The highlight for us was that analysts increased their revenue forecasts for Taliworks Corporation Berhad this year. They're also forecasting more rapid revenue growth than the wider market. Given that analysts appear to be expecting substantial improvement in the sales pipeline, now could be the right time to take another look at Taliworks Corporation Berhad.

Looking for more information? We have analyst estimates for Taliworks Corporation Berhad going out to 2024, and you can see them free on our platform here.

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2022-03-03 11:52


Any update on their solar acquisition? So far still solid dividends

2022-03-03 20:34


Taliworks anti-gravity today...Rasau another package bagged?

2022-03-07 15:58


7% div yield. Short-term upside. This is not a good long term stock. At most one or two quarters, collect dividends and when the market trends up, investors will dump Taliworks.

2022-03-07 18:13


@wallstreetrookie, why do you say so?

2022-03-07 22:18


Taliworks poised to continue uptrend movement, says RHB Retail Research

2022-03-08 08:30


Water treatment and waste management is rife with politics and corruption. Usually. So that's a risk investors do not want to participate in. But that was a long time ago. Haven't been following Taliworks for a long time

2022-03-08 08:56


@wallstreetrookie good insight. Maybe that explains why the price couldn't pass through RM1.05 for many years. Any idea whether to take profit if it spikes in near term?

2022-03-08 10:35


Its water treatment and toll concession alone can sustain its quarterly 1.65 sen dividends

Treat as FD stock

2022-03-08 10:37


Tomorrow EX-date: 09 Mar

2022-03-08 10:56


Tali is surely in financial trouble after successfully and awarded RasauTreatment plant contracts. Steel has jump
80--120% after Ukraine War started. Unless Rasau Treatment plant can be delay for raw material price inflation to Cool down...Taliwork will be in financial Ruin

2022-03-14 10:17


@IronShirt have to check whether they have VOP (Variation of Price) clause for construction materials. Nowadays many construction jobs esp. those with government have such clause.

2022-03-14 10:30


Gamuda and YTL also submit Bid for Rasau....I know for fact both include Price adjustment if Steel and others
material inflate by 30% after certain period. Both Bids were Kicked Out. What makes you think Taliworks got
a better deal? Air Selangor is Not Federal Government.....Political contributions are Not included in Bid.

2022-03-15 17:31


Despite from the Rasau cost issue, wanna know further about the renewable energy acquisition... Long story short :did Taliwork bags in the company already or not??

2022-03-16 18:01


Wah why suddenly laosai

2022-04-11 15:49


buy more

2022-04-11 16:35


taliwork toll let go to gov?? how much profit gonna go

2022-04-11 16:42


if Taliworks no more toll I gonna sell for sure

2022-04-11 16:57


i dont follow the news but im sure gov wants to take over all tolls? which ones are left behind<<

2022-04-11 16:59


what happen to Taliworks cash hoard of 460m? now left with 68m

2022-04-12 14:37




2022-04-21 18:07


Kuala Lumpur, 21 April 2022 – Taliworks Corporation Berhad (“Taliworks” or the “Group”), an established infrastructure company engaged in water treatment, supply and distribution, highway and toll management, waste management and engineering and construction, has today officially completed the acquisition of the majority economic interest in four solar projectsfrom TerraForm Global Operating LP (“TerraForm Global”) and several of its subsidiaries. The said solar projects, located within the vicinity of the Kuala Lumpur International Airport, have an aggregate capacity of 19-megawatt peak. As part of the transaction, Taliworks also acquired TerraForm Global Operating (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, an operations and maintenance services provider of the solar projects. Taliworks will be working diligently in the following weeks to complete the acquisition of the remaining minority economic interests.
“Today marks a momentous day for Taliworks as we take a significant step to diversify our scope of activities into renewable energy. Our maiden acquisition will provide Taliworks with a solid platform to further expand into other renewable energy projects. Additionally, the four solar projects will immediately serve as a reliable contributor to the Group’s earnings and cashflow, as the projects are fully backed by renewable energy power purchase agreements with investment grade off-takers. This acquisition no doubt enhances Taliworks’ already strong financial footing and serves as a potential catalyst for stable growth, moving forward. With that said, Taliworks is very proud to be a player in the renewable energy sector, and we will work hard to continue our growth in this space,” said Dato’ Ronnie Lim Yew Boon, the Executive Director of Taliworks.

2022-04-21 18:19


Correction coming… beware

2 months ago


Dividend announcement due any day now. 1.65 cents or better.

2 months ago


Tali missed Qr report release on 19May,....will delay to 31May...normally Holland results

2 months ago


Usually they Post their QR last week of May. Any reason to suspect bad QR?

2 months ago


Is it any addition or amendments to the QR results? Seems like this time delayed.

2 months ago


yea stable dividend as always

And Rasau packages contributing to construction division already

2 months ago


May be some of you here take this as a dividend stock. But bear in mind that a good dividend stock is if the company give away 8/10cents (not necessary 80% of EPS) he makes.

But this company give away > 100% of its EPS that's send another message.

That's my 2 cents.

1 month ago


@2Invest EPS is calculated based on EARNINGS, a.k.a. accounting profits. In deriving at accounting profits, you have a lot of non-cash items like depreciation, amortisation, impairment etc, to name a few.

Imagine you built a highway for RM100M. And you get to collect toll from it for 50 years. So, to put a simple picture, maybe you will depreciate/amortise the highway cost over 50 years, so it's RM2M p.a.

You collect 5M toll revenue.
RM2M amortisation.
Earnings = RM3M

Remember, the cost, the CASH is paid out during the construction period. You are only absorbing the accounting expense now.

You are perfectly okay to pay out RM4M or even RM4.5M as dividends, after covering your cash overheads like salaries etc.

1 month ago


Continuing the rationale from the discussion above, during covid lockdown times toll revenue would have been lower (indeed reflected in the reported revenues). But now toll revenues are back to normal. So shouldn't dividends be higher too?

5 days ago

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