Here Is The List of Top-10 Malaysian Stock Picks For 2018 To Buy

The Multi management Future Solutions picks are based on some of the investment Mutual Funds and Accredited Investors are exploring in 2018.

Here Is The List of Top-10 Malaysian Stock Picks For 2018 To Buy:

1.Inari Amertron Bhd

Inari Amertron Bhd, Which We also Recommended stock picks for 2017, Still Remains Our Best Bet is also one of the top performers for the year on Bursa Malaysia. It remains as one of our Favorite stock picks amid expectations that demand for radio frequency (RF) filters to stay strong even after no growth in the global smartphone market.

2.Straits Inter Logistics Bhd

The company seems to have gained a new wave of life. Net Profit Was extremely well which stands on RM631,000 on – Bunkering services fuel growth in the latest 3rd financial quarter ended Sept 30, 2017 (3QFY17) from RM10,000 in 3QFY16, while its revenue growths 63.4% to RM33 million from RM20.2 million during the same period.

3.Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd

After Listing of Serba Dinamik Holdings BHD, its stock price Skyrocket more than doubled to end 2017 at RM3.24, versus its IPO price of RM1.50. It has a market capitalization of RM4.33 billion.

4.CIMB Group Holdings Bhd

An interest rate hike and improved loan growth and stronger economic growth well for the banking sector in 2018. CIMB Group Holdings Bhd will be getting more support from healthier capital market activities going forward. Following MUFG’s sale of the stake in CIMB and placement of shares by Khazanah, CIMB’s share price corrected by 16 percent, leading to a share overhang. However, CIMB’s share price has since recovered and DBS believes that CIMB is better positioned for recovery.

5.Muhibbah Engineering (M) Bhd

Receiving More Contracts and positive aspects of the construction, Muhibbah Engineering (M) Bhd, which provides engineering and construction services. O&G, marine, and aviation sectors are the key drivers which  we grow Muhinnah Engineering Major Earnings

6.Wah Seong

Wah Seong has been identified by DBS as a force to be reckoned with, given its operational facilities spanning across 18 countries. DBS notes that this allows Wah Seong is able to tap into various markets and grow its customer base. Wah Seong’s clientele has grown to include Southeast Asia, Europe, India, China, Australia, Canada, the Middle East, East Asia, Africa and Latin America. On the back of a total order book of RM2.8 billion, MMFS is forecasting earnings-per-share to grow at the compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 22 percent for FY18-19.

7.SKP Resources

With its key clients projecting healthy growth prospects, SKP Resources is expected to Outperform in 2018. MMFS has given SKP Resources a positive earnings outlook and notes that there is potential for further immediate re-rating if full-year margins come at above expectations. Moreover, SKP Resources currently has ample spare capacity in its plants to take on more contracts. A faster-than-expected rise in utilization as a result of new contracts growth will also provide the further re-valuing catalyst for SKP Resources.

8.Hibiscus

As an oil & gas exploration and production sector Plays, Hibiscus is one of the best Malaysian Company to rising oil prices. The completion of the acquisition of the Anasuria Cluster in March 2016 led to a turnaround from an FY16 core net loss of RM145 million to an FY17 core net profit of RM29 million. We are expecting the acquisition of North Sabah EOR PSC to more than double its earnings in FY19.

9.Maybank

Looking at the Financial Figure MMFS is taking a positive stance on Maybank as it is well positioned for earnings recovery after battling against asset-quality issues in Singapore and Indonesia. Maybank has both its insurance arm (Etiqa Insurance) and Islamic banking business (Maybank Islamic) that are ripe for a spin-off. MMFS believes that any spin-off will help Maybank unlock value in both businesses.

10.Hong Leong

Hong Leong bank managed to grow its earnings at an above analyst expectation rate in 1st Quarter of 2018. Its ability to continue drawing recoveries surprised consensus estimate, which has prompted DBS to raise its FY18-20F earnings for Hong Leong. While the management has previously guided loan growth to 3-4 percent in FY18, DBS believes that the strong macro environment could drive higher loan growth. As such, DBS is forecasting earnings growth of 8-10 percent for FY18-19F.