Monday, July 28, 2014

Nanyang Portfolio oh Nanyang Portfolio

Nanyang portfolio, If you don't know what to buy, you may use this as a reference.

Personally I like FRB.

Why I like FRB:

They are the shareholder of some listed company. They are:

1) DGSB -  current price 6.5
2) Microln - current price 71.5
3) Ho Hup - current price 1.32


As a leverage play, I prefer FRB-WB, I will consider to buy in about 0.30.

Mother share:
4 Weeks Range:0.70 - 0.765
52 Weeks Range:0.61 - 0.88

FRB-WB
4 Weeks Range:0.31 - 0.365
52 Weeks Range:0.23 - 0.45

Details:

Profile for Warrants
Announcement Info
Company Name FORMIS RESOURCES BERHAD
Stock Name FRB-WB
Date Announced 3 Jun 2013
Category Listing Information & Profile
Reference No MB-130527-68221
Instrument Type Warrants
Description Warrants issued pursuant to the Rights Issue with Warrants (as defined
below)
Listing Date 04/06/2013
Issue Date 31/05/2013
Issue/ Ask Price Not Applicable
Issue Size Indicator Unit
Issue Size in Unit 83,142,487
Maturity Date 30/05/2018
Revised Maturity Date
Exercise/ Conversion
Period
5.00Year(s)
Revised Exercise/
Conversion Period
Exercise/Strike/Conversion Price MYR 0.5000
Revised
Exercise/Strike/Conversion
Price
Exercise/ Conversion
Ratio 1 Warrant :1 Share
Revised Exercise/
Conversion Ratio
Mode of satisfaction of
Exercise/ Conversion price
Cash
Settlement Type/
Convertible into
Physical (Shares)



Source: http://www.nanyang.com/node/638273

Sunday, July 27, 2014

GIVING oh GIVING

As this season of forgiveness, let us think of the true meaning of "GIVING".

Very touching short film.

Friday, July 25, 2014

Stocks to Watch TNB, LPI Capital, Brem, Yinson, Astral Supreme


Business & Markets 2014
Written by Shalini Kumar of theedgemalaysia.com  
Friday, 25 July 2014 20:26

KUALA LUMPUR (July 25): Based on corporate announcements and news flow today, the stocks in focus on Wednesday (July 30) could include:

Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) has inked an investment agreement with KLS Energy Sdn Bhd (KLS), KLS Energy Lanka Sdn Bhd (KLS Energy) and KLS Energy Lanka (Pte) Ltd (KLS Energy Lanka) for a 35-megawatt renewable energy hybrid wind and solar power project in Sri Lanka.

In a filing with Bursa Malaysia today, TNB said it was invited by KLS to acquire a stake in the latter’s wholly-owned subsidiary KLS Energy.

KLS Energy is the holding company of KLS Energy Lanka, which was granted a 20-year concession to develop the project by the Ceylon Electricity Board.

LPI Capital Bhd posted a net profit of RM51.2 million for the second quarter ended June 30, 2014 (2QFY14), almost 10% higher from RM46.6 million a year ago. 

Revenue rose to RM291.5 million from RM282.4 million in 2QFY13. 

For the six months period, LPI Capital’s net profit rose 14.7% to RM101.8 million from RM88.7 million from a year ago. Revenue for 6MFY14 increased to RM569.3 million from RM540.9 million.

LPI Capital also declared a first interim dividend of 20 sen per share, payable on Aug 21. 

Brem Holdings Bhd has entered into a share sale agreement to dispose of its 32.89% stake in Bertam Alliance Bhd to Wisma Jutamas Sdn Bhd for RM80.24 million. 

The total cost of Brem's investment in Bertam was RM60.29 million, which was made between July 22, 2002 and March 31, 2011. 

Yinson Holdings Bhd’s wholly-owned indirect subsidiary, Yinson Production AS, has entered into an agreement with Prosafe Productions Plc Ltd, a wholly-owned indirect unit of BW Offshore Ltd, to dispose of its entire equity interest in Nautipa AS to Prosafe for US$59.3 million (RM187.98 million) cash. 

Nautipa, an investment holding company, owns 50% equity interest in Singapore-incorporated Tinworth Pte Ltd, which in turn owns and operates floating production and/or storage vessels, while its subsidiary Tinworth Gabon SA, is principally involved in the operation of the FPSO Petroleo Nautipa. 

Astral Supreme Bhd's wholly-owned unit Astral Supreme Construction Sdn Bhd (ASC), has terminated its joint venture agreement with Zenith PMC Sdn Bhd, involving the proposed construction of various roads in Penang and an undersea tunnel between Penang Island and Seberang Perai. 

In a filing with Bursa Malaysia today, Astral Supreme said the agreement was to jointly manage, perform and carry out the feasibility studies and detailed design stage of the project known as "Projek Pembinaan Jalan-jalan Utama dan Terowong di Pulau Pinang".

Due to a breach in the agreement, Zenith declined ASC's appeal to delay the implementation of the agreement and due to ASC failing to remedy the breach in time, the agreement was terminated.

Thursday, July 24, 2014

10 tips on How to be good trader oh 10 tips on How to be good trader


#1 : Do not go contra if one could not pick up

#2 : No short term trading if too busy to monitor

#3 : Do take a pause/rest after certain bad trades. WHY? to reflect on your emotions

#4 : check if u done a trading plan. check your position sizing. check your EMOTION

#5 : Write in your trading journal. because ... you will do the SIMILAR mistakes next time(believe me, many said ... I wont, they lied)

#6 Time frame is EVERYTHING. If one could not understand time frame, one will NOT be able to know how long he/she going to exit

#7 : Risk adverse and Risk appetite ... do you understand yours enough to follow all those penny and short trades?

#8 Risk management : It is EVERYTHING in trading.

#9 i only trade stocks i m familiar with.


knowing is one thing, doing is another
CP Teh

talk is easy ... do it in real, using real money? that is something else
CP Teh

#10 : Discipline. Must do a trading plan. That is why it is difficult
CP Teh

#11 : refer to all the above

#12 : 3M ... method, management, mindset
CP Teh

while method is 20%, management is 30% ... mindset is 50%

Source: cpteh, he blog at: http://cpteh.blogspot.com/

Stocks To Watch Zelan, MAHB, SMRT, UEM Sunrise, TNB, Public Bank


Business & Markets 2014
Written by Shalini Kumar of theedgemalaysia.com  
Thursday, 24 July 2014 19:52

KUALA LUMPUR (July 24): Based on news flow and corporate announcements today, the stocks in focus on Friday (July 25) could include Zelan, MAHB, SMRT, UEM Sunrise, TNB and Public Bank.

Zelan Bhd has secured a RM248.5 million contract to build and operate material off-loading facilities for Petroliam Nasional Bhd's (Petronas) Refinery and Petrochemical Integrated Development (Rapid) in Pengerang, Johor.

In a statement to the exchange today, Zelan said it had received the letter of award from Petronas Refinery and Petrochemical Corp Sdn Bhd, for the 18-month project within the Tanjung Setapa area.

Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) sunk in to net loss of RM44.67 million for its second quarter ended June 30, 2014, compared to a net profit of RM101.75 million last year. 

Revenue saw a 20% year-on-year increase to RM1.18 billion, from RM978.1 million. 

The group attributed the loss to higher expenses, as the share of losses from jointly-controlled entities increased. 

Cumulative first-half net profit fell to RM84.04 million, from RM227.81 million a year earlier, while revenue declined to RM1.96 billion, from RM2.01 billion. 

SMRT Group Holdings Bhd has entered into a share sale agreement to buy the remaining 30% interest in In-Fusion Education Sdn Bhd from MIG Education Sdn Bhd (IESB) for a total of RM10 million cash. 

With the completion of the acquisition, IESB will become wholly-owned subsidiary by SMRT. 

The principal activities of IESB are managing and operating the Cyberjaya University College of Medicinal Sciences. 

UEM Sunrise Bhd has identified five potential chief executive officer candidates to replace the late Datuk Wan Abdullah Wan Ibrahim. 

The shortlisted candidates comprise internal promotion candidates and external individuals and the announcement is expected to be made this year. 

Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) has signed a heads of agreement with SIPP Energy Sdn Bhd, signifying the terms of their proposed joint venture. 

This is in relation to building, owning and the operation of a combined cycle power plant of about 1000MW-1400MW in Pasir Gudang, Johor, known as Track 4A. 

Public Bank Bhd reported a 4% rise in second quarter net profit, from a year earlier, as net interest and fee-based income rose. Lower allowance for bad loans also supported bottom line growth.

In a statement to the exchange today, Public Bank said that net profit rose to RM1.06 billion in the second quarter ended June 30, 2014 (2QFY14), from RM1.02 bilion. Revenue climbed to RM4.06 billion, from RM3.8 billion.

Cumulative first-half net profit increased to RM2.07 billion, from RM1.99 billion a year earlier. Revenue was higher at RM8.01 billion, versus RM7.48 billion.

For 2QFY14, Public Bank plans to pay its first interim single-tier dividend of 23%, which translates into 23 sen a share.

 

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