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Thursday, July 21, 2016

JHM stock growth story

What Growth? This is what i have picked up from The Star Article.

New markets and also broaden customers base.
JHM plan to expand their automotive LED business into Europe and Japan soon.

New Segment.
JHM Consolidation Bhd plans for its new aerospace business segment to be a major contributor to the group’s revenue by the second half of 2017.

Recurring income.
Aerospace business deals usually cover a 30-year.

Good prospect for coming 6 months.
On its automotive LED segment, the group still had orders with an estimated market value of over RM90mil to deliver for the second half of 2016, which is about 20% more than what was delivered in the same period a year ago.

Target more investors and fund managers.
JHM targeting to go to the Main Market by 2018.

I think no dividend.

What I'm going to do? Bought at RM0.70++, will hold due to the growth prospect. Will buy more? Not at this moment even if the price drop a bit.

Current PE ratio is 21 times saw from real time stock price system and also another delayed price system. Should be around there.

This PE ratio is not expensive because of the growth. The PE ratio is also not cheap. Wait for next quarterly result.

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Saturday, July 16, 2016

Why Newbie make profit while losing more than 50% in Barakah stock?

Newbie is a happy person now. He sold Barakah with huge loss, and bought OCK and EG. I think Barakah was his first trade if I remember correctly. It was end of 3rd quarter 2014, oil price was high and then plunged. All oil and gas stocks prices also down a lot.

He made more than 50% loss in Barakah shares. Sold because analysts do not have good forecast on Barakah stock.

Then he bought OCK near 0.8x, now made paper gain a little. At the same stime he bought EG at 0.8x, paper loss a little at current EG stock price.

He sold Barakah at low value, top-up some cash to buy OCK stock. Then bought EG shares, total is more than his monthly budget. No worries because he is not up to date and he missed many months buying stocks.

After about a month he then sold Supermax stock and switched to MFCB stock, Mega First Corporation Bhd. I asked him why, he said Supermax many anaysts said underperform or marketperform. I wanted to explain to him that when the analyst reports were publiched two months ago, Supermax price was RM2.50 and now is RM2.04. With the price dropped 20%, analysts may upgrade from marketperform to outperform (buy). But I didn't got the chance to explain to him.

His loss in Supermax share is more than 30%.

Lessons learned.
Don't be afraid to cut loss if the stock lack prospect or growth. The Barakah stock may rebound because price has dropped so much, but Newbie is investing in fundamental and not predicting the price.

Supermax shares. Always look at the date of the report whether is it still valid. Always look at the price of the report, and the price of the stock now.

OCK PE ratio is high around 20 times, but he said growth can justify the high PE ratio. True, if the growth is really that high and confident, let him learn this.

EG stock because PE ratio is low and with growth potential. The only thing is no dividend. He did not mention this to me. Later we see how it goes.

MFCB because PE ratio low, dividend yield also quite good, with recurring income, and realising project profit within this coming two years. But the issue is what after the two years. Maybe they may get a good project within this two years. See how.

Newbie has been doing well, portfolio is making money although the KLCI has dropped more than 10% since the day he started.

As we can see, there are still a lot of things Newbie need to learn. But that does not stop him from making money. His performance is excellent in view that the market has dropped more than 10%, many stocks he went in at the wrong timing and high price.

He is also not by luck, because he has made many transactions and over the span of two years. He has experienced few of his stocks dropped more than 50% but now he is still profitable.

We do not need to learn all in order to make money from stock market. One of the easy ways is .....
1) using dollar cost averaging DCA. This is about diversify the time.
2) investing fundamental stocks with growth potential
3)diversify into different stock different industry to minimise risk.

We shall see how he grows.

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Saturday, July 9, 2016

Superlon stock

INVESTMENT HIGHLIGHTS · Record earnings due to strong core EBIT margin · 4QFY16 earnings grew 14.2%yoy to RM3.7m  · Net cash level still strong at RM24.35m · FY17 earnings estimate increased to RM16.16m from RM14.3m  · Higher fair value of RM2.50 (previously RM2.16) based on 12x FY17F PER 

We increase our fair value to RM2.50 from RM2.16 based on 12x FY17F PER. The higher fair value is in line with higher FY17 earnings estimate and unchanged valuation of 12x PE (mean valuation). We take comfort in the company’s ability to grow sales volume amid a challenging environment while it boosts its cost management efforts. All these factors should continue to bode well for Superlon’s core EBIT margin and earnings. We also like the management’s efforts to enhance efficiency while maintaining a strong balance sheet.

Source: MIDF

Saturday, July 2, 2016

How to make good profit for us who do not know how to forecast

Recently I read an article, and it reminds me that I have written something on stock allocations. Interested, here,

This is where I think they have higher chance of performing. TGuan, JHM, OCK stocks are on paper gain. EG I think is on slight paper loss. Superln and Vitrox stocks slightly higher than my cost.

This is the stocks that are quite stable and pay good dividends. Some are with some growth potential. PBBank and LPI are bought by my family member, and I don't want to sell it yet, after so many years.

These are the stocks that I think have some potential, but due to price valuation, uncertainties, etc, the confidence is not that high. 
Bison (just sold this, will buy again)
Hwang (waiting for my money)

This are the stocks that I think the share price will not move up much but still keep due to various reasons. Actually I have a lot of dogs, but the value is too small and not worth mentioning.
Johotin (just sold)
Matrix (just sold)

Recently I have cleared almost all my stocks in one of my accounts and I'm gonna stop using that account. Out of curiosity, I accumulated all the realized gains and realized losses and put it into a graph. Total 481 trades in that account. 

Analysis based on the graph.

It is not measured by time, because I did not record the time. It is by all the sale done.
The value is not the absolute money terms, but is a multiple of the money made/lose.
It is not a reflection of performance, because it only measure the "realized" gain or loss, without unrealized gain/loss. But somehow unrealized gain and realized loss fluctuation are moving in tandem.
Almost all the stocks in that account have been sold. Current stocks are in another account.
The journey is also not a true reflection on the investing method, because few methods were used and there were buying and selling shares based on non-stock market reasons example at two occasions sold more than 80% of the shares in order to buy property.

It all started in 3rd quarter 2007 where I recorded down all my trades. 

Then due to the 2008 financial crisis, as expected I started to make losses. You can see already crossed negative.

Market recovered, as expected started to make profit.

This is the turning point where I started using Dollar Cost Averaging.

You can see I have patiently accumulated stocks from D to E, although not much profit. During this period I also tested out some trading methods which were not so successful.

Sooner or later, the profit will come. 

From F to G, I was curious why so long only have slight increase of profit. When I take a look, it was again, losses from trying new methods. But overall still profit.

G is the Ringgit crisis where I started to buy export oriented stocks. From G to H, made from these export stocks and also sold off stocks that have been holding in order to clear all the stocks in the account.

What is unexpected?
From D to E, and from F to G. I thought I would have made but losses came from "testing" which I have forgotten. Regret in my testing? Not really. If I don't test, I may not know. Theory is simple, but put it in practical is hard. I also tested Dollar Cost Averaging, which turned out to be successful. If I did not test that, I may not be making money now.

From G to H. Ever since the Ringgit crisis and 1MDB issue, I thought I would not make money. Whatever I make also may be offset by the losses. But thank God that I managed to switch to export stocks. Furthermore, sold stocks that was holding long term and realized good profit.

Lessons Learned?
I did not go into detailed, and just look at the overall chart pattern. I dont know how to forecast, dont know technival analysis, how I can make consistent profits? The same things that I have learned :

1)Buy good fundamental stock. I think to make it clearer, buy stocks with good prospect and fundamental.

2)Keep buying, example Dollar Cost Averaging

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Friday, July 1, 2016

OCK Research News- Buy. The Tower is getting higher

UOB Kay Hian starts coverage of OCK with fair value of RM1.30

KUALA LUMPUR: UOB Kay Hian Malaysia Research has initiated coverage of OCK Group with a sum-of-parts derived fair value of 95 sen while its blue-sky scenario points toward a fair value of RM1.30 a share.
It said on Tuesday OCK is an experienced network service provider poised to grow tower assets in frontier markets. 

"We project a three-year core earnings CAGR of 16.5% over 2015-18 driven by stable rents from 920 towers in Myanmar. 

"Importantly, we see deep value in the stock as rising tenancy ratio will provide scope for meaningful earnings upside. Our blue-sky scenario points toward a fair value of RM1.30 a share (upside of 57% from current share price)," it said.

UOB Kay Hian said OCK is poised to grow long-term recurring earnings via the commercial operations of 920 telco towers (capex is US$75mil or RM310mil) in Myanmar. 

It expects maiden full-year rental income of approximately US$15mil or RM62mil in 2017. We estimate the Myanmar towers (or Myanmar tower-co) will help drive a three-year core earnings CAGR of 16.5% over 2015-18.

The research house said importantly, additional site expansion and rising tenancy per tower will provide scope for significant earnings upside. 

Higher tenancy ratio (from one time to 1.15 times), taken together with stable rentals could further lift its base-case earnings projection by 26% and 41% for 2017 and 2018 respectively. 

This translates to a blue-sky three-year earnings compounded annual growth rate of 31% (vs base-case of 16.5%). 

UPB Kay Hian Research said OCK plans to place out 105m new shares to a strategic shareholder. The proceeds to be raised from the private placement (of approximately RM86mIL, based on current share price) could be channelled towards the acquisition of brownfield tower assets within the Indochina region. 

"Based on our conjecture, a tower asset acquisition of eight to nine times EV/EBITDA will likely be value accretive, as the stock currently trades at 11 times forward EV/EBITDA.

"We value Myanmar tower-co on a discounted cashflow method, to capture stable cashflow amid stable rental outlook. We have factored in up to 3,000 sites by 2020 in DCF-valuation for Myanmar tower-co. Our target price implies a 20% upside from the current share price level. At our target price, the stock would trade at 12.6/10.9 times 2017/18F EV/EBITDA. We are positive on the stock given strong earnings growth outlook, and believe the company deserves premium valuations.

"Near-term key re-rating catalysts for the stock include: a) sizeable M&A of tower asset within Indochina, including Vietnam, b) additional tenant for Myanmar tower-co, and c) eventual listing of a sizeable tower-based assets," it said.

Source: The Star 21 June 2016


We initiate coverage on OCK Group Bhd (OCK) with a BUY recommendation and a target price of RM1.00. We like OCK for its strong growth prospects from its ongoing business expansion, both domestically and overseas, that will also provide long-term regenerative earnings. Our call is also premised on the group's position as the largest telecommunication service provider in Malaysia.

OCK has a good business mix as both its mechanical & electrical engineering services and trading segments complements its core telecommunication network services segment, creating a synergy to its overall business model. Meanwhile, its green business and power solutions segment offers stable recurring income.

The group is currently on a regional expansion phase through its relatively large scale venture into Indonesia and its long-term investment in Myanmar. Going forward, earnings growth will emanate from its Myanmar venture which will see additional income from the construction and leasing of 920 telecommunication towers by end-2016. Meanwhile, both the Malaysian and Indonesia businesses will focus on increasing the ownerships of telecommunication tower sites.

We expect OCK to register double digit three-year net profit and revenue CAGRs of 13.3% and 21.8% to reach RM31.7 mln and RM468.5 mln respectively by 2017. We arrive at our target price by ascribing a sum-of-parts (SOP) approach as we value its telecommunication network services and green energy & power solutions business segments with a discounted cash flow approach (WACC: 9.0%, Terminal Growth: 1.5%); whereas we ascribe a fully-diluted 15.0x PER to both its 2017 trading and mechanical & electrical engineering services businesses.

Source: Malacca Securities

Saturday, June 18, 2016

TGuan warrant, Superlon, Mitra, Harbour, Caring, Gadang, OCK, MFCB, Supermax, DRBHCOM, Gtronic, LBS, Oldtown

Today I will post the remaining stocks that newbie bought. Lazy to post one by one with details.

Early 2016 sold all Caring shares, very good profit. Made about 80% on the second batch. He sold because high PE ratio and lack of growth. Many analysts also recommended to sell.

Then he bought Mitra shares. Many research reports recommended to buy. After few months until now, up 10%. Not very encouraging due to the fact that so many analysts recommended. His purchase cost was RM1.1x.

Then newbie sold half of his Harbour stock at RM2.7x. This one made almost 100%.

He didnt sell all. I told him Maybank research still said can keep. If you look at the price now, split 1 into 2, also got free warrant, now is RM0.92, dropped 46% (from RM2.70 divide by 2), aiyoooo maybe he is going to kill me. But still much above his purchase cost and he also sold his free warrant.

Then he bought Gadang stock. PE low and with growth, recommended by some analysts also. The purcahse price is RM2.0x. Gadang share price not much change as of now.

I have told him cannot concentrate in one single industry, need to diversify. He told me Mitra is contruction and Gadang is "Investment Holding" company.

I then explained to him most of the stocks in Bursa Malaysia are investment holdings company. This is the nature of how the company structure, but they have one or few main businesses. So dont just treat them as investment holdings.

Then he bought Oldtown shares, reasonable PE ratio and growth. Purchased the share at RM1.4x and now the share price is RM1.81, up more than 20%.

The next one is Gtronic stock bought at RM2.5x. This is a sad story, lose more than 40% based on current market price. GTronic profit I think dropped 90%.

Another bad decision followed. Bought Supermax stock at RM2.7x, and now the price is RM2.14, down more than 20%.
There was some closing of production lines, but according to analysts, still a good buy. Hope so.

Then bought Superln stock RM1.9x because global warming and more people need aircon. So he decided to buy Superlon stock. Now Superlon stock is RM2.09, not much different, up few percent.

At the same time sold DRBHCOM because he said no future.

Also bought LBS counter at RM1.6x. Price now down a bit.

The next one bought TGuan-wa. This is because Tguan has growth potential and low PE ratio. Bought the warrant is due to small premium only. If Tguan up 25%, Tguan warrant could up 40%. Risk also bigger. Tguan down 25%, the warrant could down more than 40%.

Now Tguan-wa share price is RM2.56, up more than 40% from his purchase price within a month.

That's all for now. His next purcahse will be OCK or MFCB if nothing change much.

Overall the portfolio still in ptofit. I think about 2 months ago it was in the red.

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Friday, April 29, 2016

Gadang, MFCB, TGuan, LBS, Superln, Mitrajaya, Prolexus

Gadang stock.
Low PE ratio with growth potential. Dividend normal.

Public Bank research said...
Mega First Corporation Bhd MFCB
The construction of Don Sahong Hydropower project has started since October last year. The Group is expected to recognize construction profits over the construction period of next four years starting from next year. We expect additional earnings contribution of RM35m-38m per annum to the Group’s bottomline for 2016-2019, which is an increase of 63-67% from FY15.

Thong Guan stock.
The China noddle related business will contribute significant to the company.

LBS stock.
Some brokers recommended buy.

Superlon said it will benefit from the global warming.

Mitrajaya stocks
Many brokers still recommend buy.

PROLEXUS stock. A research recommended but but then down a lot.



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