Bursa Malaysia Best Service Sectors Blue-Chip Stock Investment 2019

Bursa Malaysia service stock share at their booming stage due to the boost in the Malaysian economy last year.

The economy of Malaysia grew 4.4% in the third quarter of last year. The Service sectors were one of the key drivers for this growth. Malaysia service sectors have 50.06% shares among all the economic segment and its growth rate was 7.6% rise in the third quarter of 2018.  

Meanwhile, on its expenditure front Private final consumption expenditure and Gross fixed capital formation also spearheaded the economy.       

The Services sector encompassed the sub-sectors of Wholesale & Retail Trade, Information & Communication, Transportation & Storage, Food & Beverages, Professional, Private Health, Private Education, Accommodation, Arts, Entertainment & Recreation and Real Estate Agent for the period from the year 2012 until third quarter 2018.

But,

Why should Investors choose Service Sector stocks?

1. Service companies generally offer dividend yields that are above average when compared with the wider market.

2. If you are investing in dividend-paying blue-chip consumer service sector stocks, you might also be interested in dividend-paying consumer service exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

3. ETFs have very low fees and can be traded just like stocks.

4. It’s easy to gain exposure to many dividend-paying consumer service stocks with just one vehicle i.e. ETFs.

Companies in this sector generally specialize in a specific service but may branch into related services. 2019 is a better time to focus on the service sector to sustain growth in Malaysia Stock Exchange because revenue for service sector increased 9.3 percent i.e. RM423.5 billion in the third quarter of 2018.

Here we are presenting the list of best Malaysian service stocks which is predicted to be the potential performer for 2019 according to the best research of Multi Management Future Solutions, investors should eye on these service stocks as it might be fruitful to invest in these companies in this year.

Check out the list given below-

1. NESTLE BHD

KLSE Stock

Nestlé (Malaysia) Bhd is an investment holding company with Market Cap 34.565 B which engages in the manufacture, marketing, and sale of food products. It operates through the following segments: Food & Beverages, and Others segments. NESTLE Bhd is one of the famous food product manufacturing company with a PE ratio 55.43 times.

The return on  Dividend Per Share is 2.75, the Dividend Yield is 1.87% and it’s Dividend Pay Out Rate is 71.899.

NESTLE (M) BHD Key Stats 2019:

  No. OF ESTIMATES HIGH LOW
EARNING PER SHARE (RM) 11 3.16 2.66
REVENUE (RM Million) 12 5982.1 5,506.70
NET INCOME (RM Million 12 844.7 710.96
 
2. GENTING BHD
 

KLSE Stock

Genting Berhad, an investment holding company with Market Cap 26,052.742 B, engages in leisure and hospitality, oil palm plantations, power generation, oil and gas, property development, life sciences, and biotechnology activities in Malaysia and internationally. The company’s property segment develops properties. Its Oil & Gas segment explores, develops, and produces oil and gas.

Genting Bhd is a famous blue-chip stock under service segment and is one of the top performers of KLSE index last year, it’s PE ratio is 29.25. The return on  Dividend Per Share is 0.15, the Dividend Yield is 2.14% and it’s Dividend Pay Out Rate is 54.616.

GENTING BHD  Key Stats 2019:

  No. OF ESTIMATES HIGH LOW
EARNING PER SHARE (RM) 15 0.77 0.49
REVENUE (RM Million) 16 24.519.00 20,746.70
NET INCOME (RM Million 16 3,288.00 1,881.00

3. GENTING MALAYSIA BHD
 

KLSE Stock

Genting Malaysia Berhad is based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Genting Malaysia Berhad is a subsidiary of Genting Berhad. Genting Malaysia Berhad engages in the destination resort business in Malaysia, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the Bahamas. It operates through Leisure & Hospitality, and Properties segments. It is also involved in the development, sales, and letting of land and properties including property investment and management activities.

The market Cap of Genting Malaysia Bhd 19,120.504 B. The company PE ratio is 11.60, the return on  Dividend Per Share is 0.11, the Dividend Yield is 3.33% and it’s Dividend Pay Out Rate is 32.469.

GENTING MALAYSIA BHD  Key Stats 2019:

  No. OF ESTIMATES HIGH LOW
EARNING PER SHARE (RM) 20 0.27 0.14
REVENUE (RM Million) 20 11,829.00 10,130.20
NET INCOME (RM Million 19 1,604.20 807.05
 
4. PETRONAS DAGANGAN BHD
 

KLSE Stock

PETRONAS Dagangan Berhad engages in the retail and marketing of downstream oil and gas products primarily in Malaysia with Market Cap 25,193.993 B. It operates through Retail, Commercial, and Others segments. The company offers various petroleum products, including motor gasoline, aviation fuel, diesel, fuel oil, liquefied petroleum gas, kerosene, and asphalt, as well as jet A-1, bitumen, petroleum coke, and Sulphur products. The company sells its products through approximately 1,000 PETRONAS stations and 760 Kedai Mesra convenience stores.

The Petronas outstanding performer of the last year on KLSE among Oil Gas stocks, The company PE ratio is 22.96, the return on  Dividend Per Share is 0.92, the Dividend Yield is 3.68% and it’s Dividend Pay Out Rate is 86.328.

PETRONAS DAGANGAN BHD Key Stats 2019:

  No. OF ESTIMATES HIGH LOW
EARNING PER SHARE (RM) 12 1.18 1.05
REVENUE (RM Million) 12 30,357.00 24,065.00
NET INCOME (RM Million 12 1,76.00 1,039.80
 
5.PPB GROUP BHD
 

KLSE Stock

PPB Group Berhad, an investment holding company with Market Cap 25,350.713 B, engages in grains and agribusiness, consumer products, film exhibition and distribution, environmental engineering and utilities, property, chemicals trading, manufacturing, and IT services businesses primarily in Asia.

The company PE ratio is 20.34, the return on  Dividend Per Share is 0.26, the Dividend Yield is 1.50% and it’s Dividend Pay Out Rate is 21.209.

PPB GROUP BHD Key Stats 2019:

  No. OF ESTIMATES HIGH LOW
EARNING PER SHARE (RM) 4 0.94 0.77
REVENUE (RM Million) 3 4,868.00 4,494.00
NET INCOME (RM Million 3 1,331.00 1,092.00

 

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Why This Bursa Malaysia Blue Chips Stock Investor Should Buy : PETRONAS Gas Bhd

Petronas Gas Bhd can get back on strong sales volume from utilities segment and rise in crude oil prices.

Petronas Gas Bhd is the 12th most profitable company and the most profitable company in Asia and one of the top performing company in Bursa Malaysia.

Mid 2018 was tough for oil and gas company due to fluctuation and high volatility of crude oil price. But due to the recent rise in crude oil price, there seems a good future for oil and gas company in the coming future.

The Multi Management future solutions have chosen Petronas Gas Bhd for investment in Bursa Malaysia for the Malaysian investors who are interested in the energy sector.

Before investing in Petronas you need to know its fundamental and technical review.

About PETRONAS GAS BHD (KLSE: PETGAS 6033)

PETRONAS Gas Bhd is a Malaysian oil and gas company. Petronas is standing for Petroliam Nasional Berhad, it is a national petroleum company. It is wholly owned by the government of Malaysia. PETRONAS Gas Berhad was incorporated as a private limited company on 23 May 1983, under the Companies Act, 1965 of Malaysia, and was converted to a public limited liability company on 28 March 1995 listed in Bursa Malaysia on 4 September 1995.

At present, it has grip in 35 countries. It works in upstream exploration and production of oil and gas, downstream oil and gas refining, marketing and distribution of petroleum product, shipping and automotive engineering. It is also involved in property investment.

It has ranked in Fortune Global 500 among largest corporation. In 2013 it has come in 75th rank.

Latest News:

The Company has entered into the second term of the Gas Processing Agreement (GPA) with PETRONAS, which will continue till Dec 31, 2023.

The 8% increase in fixed reservation charge and better terms in performance-based structure (PBS) could raise the gas processing division’s revenue. 

For 2019, the tariff for the GPU is RM1.072 per gigajoule, down from RM1.248 per gigajoule this year, while the tariff for RGTSU is RM3.518 per mln British thermal unit (mmBtu) and RGTP is US$0.637 per mm BTU. (Source Edge Daily).

Fundamental Overview Of PETRONAS GAS BHD
 

1.  Revenue for the nine months period ended 30 September 2018 stood at RM4, 110.9 million, an increase of 3% compared to the corresponding period mainly contributed by the Group’s new LNG regasification terminal in Pengerang.

2. Profit for the period was RM1, 565.8 million, rose by 19.8% or 3 million in tandem with higher PBT and lower effective tax rate due to tax incentives granted to the Group.

3. The Board of Directors has approved a third interim dividend of 18 sen per ordinary share amounting to 2 million in respect of the financial year ending 31 December 2018.

Fundamental Data PETRONAS GAS BHD:

Market Capitalization (RM)(M) 35260
No. of Shares(M) 1979
Earning Per Share (MYR) 0.96
Dividend(cent) 0.18
Dividend Yield(%) 3.56
Trailing PE 19.61
52 Week price Range(RM) 16.56-20

Key Highlights:

1.  The company reported interim DPS of 18sen was declared, bringing total DPS for 9M18 declared to 50sen – a 66% payout.

2. 3Q18 core earnings eased 2% QoQ but surged 22% YoY while 9M18 rose 16% to come in ahead of ours and consensus’ estimates at 78%.

Technical Overview Of PETRONAS GAS BHD
 

PETRONAS Gas Bhd

On weekly charts stock trending in the rising channel with a slope of the channel not as steep, Upper end of channel forms by joining swing highs of price action recent resistance comes at 20 and lower support comes at the level of 17.

In recent week price breaks below the lower support line and closing basis, it confirms the break of this major support line. This can lead price to test support of 17 but momentum need to pick up to confirm this and continuous trade below 17.50. Price bounce back from this support earlier two times rose to 19.20.

65-week simple moving average offers support for multiple times as price took to support and move higher visible on the chart.

If price manages to hold above 18 can lead price higher. 

Stocks major support and resistance level were as below:

Symbol S3 S2 S1 Pivot R1 R2 R3
PETGAS BHD 17.59 17.99 18.23 18.63 19.03 19.27 19.67

The MMF Takeaways:

Currently trading at MYR 18.760 which is 2.74% increase in the price as in 10th January. Petronas is a highly reputed company in Bursa Malaysia. After doing its technical analysis and considering news related to the energy sector we recommend you to invest in Petronas Gas Bhd. But we also recommend you to use your research and analysis before taking a step.

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Bursa Malaysia- Checklist For KLSE Investment 2019

Starting your investment journey can be exciting as well as scary. This checklist will help you to start investing in Bursa Malaysia without any mistake.

“You only have to do a very few things right in your life so long as you don’t do too many things wrong.”- Warren Buffett

 

 

That is unquestionably correct. Isn’t it?

If you start with the right approach in the right direction you can reach the finish line with rewards.

Investment is a skill that everyone is considering now and if you are a beginner you will need proper guidance to start.

Everyone in the modern days wants to increase his earning. Considering inflation, the need for a better lifestyle and retirement plan, child education loan etc, it is a requirement of the time.

When you are a beginner in investing it is a bit difficult to select the best stocks available in the stock market and how to take the first step. There will be many questions that you might be asking yourself or on the internet.

For example,

1. Which sector should I choose to invest in?

2. Which investment path should I go?

3. What are the criteria to select the best company to chose from Bursa Malaysia?

4. How to chose a broker or investment advisory services?

But you don’t have to answer all the question together. Multi Management Future Solutions is here for you! Below is the checklist-

KLSE Investment Tips 2019 For Beginners.

1. Start With Financial Plan

Financial planning is to make a strategic blueprint for all your moves in future for your investing journey. To start investing, you have to make a plan so that you don’t drown when things go south in the market. It will work as your backbone.

There are a few things that you have to consider to make a financial plan before investing.

Examine Your Budget:

To examine your budget whether you are doing accurate or not, you can try the 50-30-20 rule. You have to make sure that 50 percent of your budget should go in household expenses including groceries, 30 percent for food, outing, and travel and 20 percent in savings.

If you are managing this efficiently you can plan further to invest your money in the stock market or other investment instruments.

Always Separate Emergency Fund:

An emergency can come without any notice and if you are jumping to investment without any emergency fund you are making fool out of yourself.

But you are not a fool. Are you?

So always keep some amount of money aside for emergency fund before investing.

Make Yourself Debt Free:

Can you swim better with tonnes of the load in your back?

NO.

Similarly, you can not become a potential investor of Bursa Malaysia or any other stock market with debt in your head.

Therefore clear all your debt before starting investing.

To make your financial plan check if you are insured, be clear of your investment objectives. Decide whether you are comfortable with monthly investing or lump sum investing.

A financial plan helps you to reach your financial goal, about which I am going to talk in the next section.

 

2. Make A Financial Goal To Stay Focused

There is a lot of difference in investing thinking and investing methods when you invest in college age and when you are a working adult. Your perception towards investment changes with time and experience.

When you are a working adult you think about all kind of risk factors, your loss, and profit plan. For an economical beginning, you must decide what are your personal financial goal. These question will help you decide your financial goal.

1. How much money do you want to invest?

2. How much is your risk tolerance capability?

3. Why are you investing now?

4. Are you here for a long term or short term?

Do not just jump in investing without any planning. Without a proper goal or plan, you might fail miserably in investment journey.

But,

slow and steady wins the race

So take your time to figure out your decent financial goal before investing in Bursa Malaysia.

 

3. Open A Stock Brokerage Account

When you will begin investing in the KLSE stock market you will need a stock brokerage account and CDS (Central Depository System) account for trading. CDS is an account that keeps your Malaysian stocks which you have already bought. It is controlled and maintained by Bursa Malaysia directly, with no link to the brokerage house.

Many brokerage firms also help in opening a CDS account. But choosing a reliable stock brokerage firm can be drudgery. To make your investment journey smooth and productive you should find an authentic brokerage firm or an investment advisory service.

Brokerage firms and investment advisory services mainly differ in the varieties of service they provide and the brokerage fee. Some of the brokerage firms also provide overseas market coverage, analysis reports, and customer service.

You can check the service list on their website or you can also try the free trials they provide for 3-4 days.

You can trade via brokerage firms or the trading account.

 Moving ahead,

 There is more than one type of account in the stock market.

Cash Accounts– Cash account is the account in which client pay for all his securities in cash and there is no credit available on his account. In a cash account, you can only buy a long position.

Margin Account– In this, an investor pays for a percentage of securities he purchased by using credit. The brokerage stretches the credit and uses the securities as collateral. In this account, you can buy both a short and long position.

Option Account– In option account client need to share his financial situation, investment objectives, past experience in investment. Option account is not for everyone. Only puts and call is traded-in in this.

 

4. Strong Portfolio Building

You might have heard about the phrase “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket”.

In the stock market, your money is your egg and stock is the basket. When you invest in only one stock or only one variety of stocks you are increasing your risk factors.

There are more than 800 companies listed in Bursa Malaysia in various sectors. You can do research on which sectors are flourishing in the Malaysian economy and invest in them accordingly.

Always choose diversified and strong portfolio to make your investment more profitable. You can also choose to invest in different assets like bonds, gold, and more.

 

5. Individual Stocks vs ETFs, Know Better Before Choosing

ETFs or Exchange Traded Funds are the listed fund mainly consists of blue-chip stocks, that tracks an index. You can say it is a pool of fund investors for the benefits of all investors.

You can invest in the best companies in Bursa Malaysia by investing in ETFs.

While investing in individual stocks or company you have to understand the company and you have to be aware of the company announcement.

Its totally depend upon the knowledge and interest of you if you want to interest in ETFs or individual stocks.

 

6. Evaluate The Stock With Caution

While investing in Bursa Malaysia as a beginner you have to learn how to evaluate stocks. Even experts sometimes fail to evaluate in a proper way and fails to get good returns.

The stock market is more like an auction where many people participate. Anyone who thinks that this stock worth more than its current price, he can bid a higher price. The stock price is the higher price the buyer is willing to pay and the lowest amount is the seller is willing to pay.

While evaluating stock always check its balance sheet, dividend history, its domestic and global recognition, the rate of return, dividend yield, etc.

 

7. Be In It For Long Term

“If you aren’t willing to own a stock for ten years, don’t even think about owning it for ten minutes” – Warren Buffett

Isn’t it practical?

Investment is not short-term gratification. You should be patient with stock investing. It’s a skill which takes time to give you a high return.

When you are entering in stock market investing, you should always go for long-term. The stock is the asset with short-term volatility risk which gives a high return on long-term.

This is the checklist for a beginner to start investing in Bursa Malaysia.

But,

We do not recommend you to follow this blindly. Always use your knowledge, your research, and judgment to select any stocks or any investment strategy.

Bottom Line

Selecting your first stock can be very intriguing. Your first move usually makes your opinion about the journey. And, your investing path will be profiting and rewarding if you measure your goals and take calculated risks.

There are hundreds of choices for the stocks listed in Malaysia Stock Market, use above checklist before investing in Bursa Malaysia.

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Small Cap Stocks To Buy In 2019 For Bursa Malaysia

The Malaysian Stock market is softening right now. With Multi Management Future Solutions expert find out which Small Cap Stock of Bursa Malaysia knocking on your door with a good return.

“Risk and Reward come in many essences, all you need tactics to look at the right direction”

 

 
People usually think why should they invest in small caps stocks, they are riskier and they are not well established as large caps stocks.

But they forget,

“There is no finish line. There are only mile makers.”

 

And few small caps stocks in Bursa Malaysia are the mile markers if you buy them now, because the market is softening due to various reasons and there are shares if you invest in them now they will benefit you in long-term.

But investors should make a very selective and strategic decision.

First of all, let’s aware you with FBM Small Cap Index.

What Are Small Caps Stocks?

Small Caps Companies are the companies which have small capitalization in the market.

They come under FTSE Bursa Malaysia Small Cap Index. There are 169 constituents in the index as in the latest report of  FTSE monthly report.

It comprises the companies within the top 98% of Bursa Malaysia.

Major Sector Division Of Small Cap Stocks

According to the report of FBM SMALL CAP INDEX, there are majorly 10 sectors in small-cap stocks.

Small Cap Stocks

Source FTSE monthly report

And below is the list of top 5  and bottom 5 small caps stocks.FTSE Small Cap Index

Source FTSE monthly report

YTD (Year to date), FBM Small Caps Index has fallen down by 32.48% and closed at 11683.89 on last Thursday. Whereas FBM KLCI has fallen down only by 6.72%.

We can understand by analyzing the above data that the market is softening, therefore, the best time to buy small caps stocks in Bursa Malaysia is now.

Let’s see what investors in Malaysia are saying.

Danny Wong CEO of Areca Capital said, investors should start watching at small-cap stocks but he appended later that investors should be cautious about the market and prefer selective procedure. He gave a little bit of idea where he is focusing. He said he is focusing on semiconductors and glove company which are basically export-oriented sectors.

Here we are presenting the list of top 5 small caps stocks in Bursa Malaysia which you should buy in 2019-

1. Comfort Gloves Bhd

Small Cap Stock

In the rubber glove sector, Comfort Gloves Bhd will be suitable as its YTD price has fallen down by 20.59% though it has been increased by in this month by 4.42%. Current P/E Ratio of Comfort Glove is at 18.66 and its current price is MYR 0.945.

The reduction is might be due to falling in net profit by 54%. Current m-cap of Comfort Glove BHD is MYR 525 million.

2. Globetronics Technology BHD
Small Cap Stock
 

In the semiconductors sector one of the stocks you can focus is Globetronics Technology BHD, with market capital of RM 1.18B, its YTD price fell down by 36.01% and the current price is at RM 1.76. Globetroics is trading at a price-to-earn ratio (P/E Ratio) 16.53 times relatively lower than other semiconductors companies.

Research head of MIDF, Mohd Redza Abdul Rahman stated few sectors in small caps stocks including construction, consumer, property, education, and renewable energy sectors can give potentially yield greater returns.

3. Spritzer Bhd    
 

Small Cap Stock                 

 

Spritzer Bhd produces and sells bottled water in Malaysia. The company provides carbonated flavored water, natural mineral water, non-carbonated flavored water, distilled water, and drinking water.

Mohd Redza suggested that there are smaller players that might offer some upside as Spritzer Bhd. It is falling 8.51% YTD with a PER of 16.04 times. The last price of Spritzer Bhd was at RM 2.150 providing the dividend of 5.5 sents.

4. Gabungan AQRS Bhd
 
Small Cap Stock

For construction sector Mohd Redza preferring Gabungan AQRS Bhd, which engages in the construction and property development activities, With a market capitalization of RM 398.15 million, falling 48.19% YTD and PER of 5.87 times.

He also added few other stocks, for example, Sarawak players such as KKB Engineering Bhd and Hock Seng Lee Bhd can be worth to look. KKB Engineering (KLSE: KKB) with the market capitalization of RM 217.83, fell to 12.63%  YTD. It is trading at the current price of RM 0.88. Whereas Hock Seng Lee Bhd (KLSE: HSL) fell down to 6.29% YTD, and price as on Thursday was RM 1.34.

5. Dayang Enterprise Holdings Bhd.
Small Cap Stock

Analysts and investor also preferring Dayang Enterprise Holdings Bhd in spite of ongoing geopolitical effect on oil prices.

Dayang Enterprise Holdings Bhd. is an investment company, which engages in the procurement of integrated support and services to the oil and gas industry. Its current trading price is at o.565 and PER is 45.20 times. It fell down 16.91% YTD. But in the last five days, it has been increased by o.89%.

The Bottom Line

The investors should also consider the domestic factor as development plan announced in 11th Malaysian five-year plan and budget 2019. And it will be smart to focus on international issues of Brexit and US-China trade war.

Small caps stocks are worth to buy for long-term investors. They have more risk as compared to mid and large-cap stock but it is always smart to diversify your portfolio with small caps stocks. They are down now so it is best to time to act and buy them.

Every active investor who is considering to invest in small caps stock of Bursa Malaysia should remember this line,

If you are being warned about worst of times it is only reasonable to ponder the best of times too.

And, Opportunities can be seen by the people who have an eye for it.

Multi Management Future Solutions has helped you with the research and data of this month and year to date condition of small caps stocks.

Use strategic planning, think about your goals and invest in Bursa Malaysia Small Caps stocks. Remember investing in small caps stock is a very cautious and selective method.

SO, Are you going to be smart and specific to take a small step towards FBM small caps stocks?

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Stock Trading Picks- KLCI squeezes out little increases early Friday, HL Bank up

KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips edged higher early Friday with Hong Leong Bank and PPB Group supporting the FBM KLCI’s (Stock Trading Picks) additions while key Asian markets progressed.

At 9.10am (Stock Trading Picks),

the KLCI was up 1.06 focuses or 0.06% to 1,780.16. Turnover was 162.80 million offers esteemed at RM80mil. There were 148 gainers, 107 washouts and 202 counters unaltered.

Kenanga Research said in general (Klse Stock Signals), it trusts that the specialized standpoint is certain with enter force markers all in bullish joining.

“We expect a retest of September’s high at 1,793 (R1). Promote headway will see protection at 1,800 (R2) and 1,835 (R3) levels. Any pullback is probably going to be restricted to 1,750(S1) and 1,735 (S2) bolster levels,” it said.

Asian markets

were finishing 2017 out of a gathering state of mind on Friday following a year in which a purposeful get in worldwide development supported corporate benefits and ware costs (Klse Stock Picks). While benevolent expansion shielded national banks from taking ceaselessly the punch bowl, Reuters detailed.

MSCI’s broadest list of Asia-Pacific offers outside Japan was combining three straight long stretches of increases that left it close decade crests. The list has been on an upward direction for basically all of 2017 and is up 33% on the year up until this point.

Refiners Hengyuan and Petron had a dazzling year and their proceeded with their rally (KLSE Stock Recommendation). Hengyuan rose 80 sen to RM18.76 and Petron 38 sen to RM14.98. Hengyuan’s call warrants were among the best gainers on Friday.

PPB Group added 20 sen to RM17.38 while HL Bank added eight sen to RM17.08.

Among the pharmaceutical-related organizations, CCM Duopharma rose 15 sen to RM2.58 (Klse Stock Tips) however Pharmaniaga lost 35 sen to RM4.30 and YSP Southeast Asia four sen bring down at RM2.65.

Settle fell RM2 to RM100 and BAT 80 sen bring down at RM37.20, Hartalega eight sen to RM10.74 and Scicom four sen to RM1.65.

For live updates, traders/investors could visit www.mmfsolutions.my

KLSE Stock Recommendation- KLCI slips early Friday in front of long end of the week

KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips plunged into the red early Friday, with the FBM KLCI (KLSE Stock Recommendation) slipping underneath 1,750 as financial specialists took some benefit in front of the long end of the week for the Christmas occasions.

At 9.45am (KLSE Stock Recommendation),

the KLCI was down 1.41 focuses or 0.08% to 1,749.80. Turnover was 354.70 million offers esteemed at RM112.37mil. There were 205 gainers, 192 washouts and 249 counters unaltered.

Asian stocks edged up on Friday on new information indicating enduring development in the U.S. economy (Stock Trading Picks), while the euro slipped after a vote in Catalonia favored separatists needing to split far from Spain, Reuters revealed.

MSCI’s broadest record of Asia-Pacific offers outside Japan rose 0.25%. Australian stocks progressed 0.4%, South Korea’s KOSPI increased 0.15% and Japan’s Nikkei minimal changed.

Kenanga Investment Bank Research saideEven however the MACD marker is in a bullish state (Klse Stock Signals), it trusts that the list is right now retesting its mental protection level of 1,750 in the wake of bottoming out from a three-month downtrend.

“We anticipate that the record will unite between the 1,734 (S1) and 1,750 (R1) level,” it said.

Carlsberg fell 20 sen to RM15.24 and Nestle was down 20 sen to RM15.24.

Glove creators went under benefit taking after the current record highs (Klse Stock Picks), with Hartalega down 16 sen to RM10.66 and Top Glove 13 sen bring down at RM7.84.

Tong Herr fell 18 sen to RM4, SP Setia 13 sen to RM3.37, Petron 12 sen to RM13.12. Digi, IJM and CIMB fell seven sen each to RM4.73, RM2.90 and RM6.48 separately.

Perdana Petroleum, which went under substantial offering weight when it continue exchanging on Monday (Klse Stock Tips), crept up two sen to 33 sen with 15.3 million offers done.

Sapura Energy lost 0.5 sen to 71 sen.

BAT was the best gainer, up 32 sen to RM35.58.

KESM rose 18 sen to RM19.28 with 100 offers done while Globetronics picked up 12 sen to RM6.82. EG was up 4.5 sen to 72 sen.

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Klse Stock- Gentle pullback on blue chips early Friday

KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips arranged a mellow pullback early Friday on some benefit taking after the 20 over focuses hop in the FBM KLCI (Klse Stock) the earlier day with Genting Bhd down in dynamic exchange.

At 9.27am (Klse Stock),

the KLCI was down 2.25 focuses or 0.13% to 1,756.75. Turnover was 334.17 million offers esteemed at RM161.01mil. There were 172 gainers, 186 failures and 241 counters unaltered.

Kenanga Investment Bank Research said with proceeded with breakout of protection joined by upticks in key pointers (Stock Trading Picks), the list’s quick specialized viewpoint is progressively bullish.

“From here, we anticipate a conceivable testing of next protection at 1,765 (R1) or, with an unequivocal breakout, higher towards the 1,800 (R2) key mental level. On the other hand, bolster levels can be found at 1,750 (S1) and 1,729 (S2),” it said.

In the mean time (Klse Stock Signals),

Public Investment Bank Research said conditions are still sufficient to warrant proceeded with interests in the neighborhood bourse.

“Outside speculators might be to a lesser degree a factor in the coming year, however that might be insignificant given the adequate residential liquidity.

“Our year-end 2018 focus for the KLCI is 1,860 focuses, which compares to a 16 times various to one-year forward profit,” said PublicInvest Research.

Reuters announced

oil markets were steady on Friday as the Forties pipeline blackout in the North Sea and the continuous OPEC-drove creation cuts upheld costs (Klse Stock Picks), while rising yield from the United States shielded rough from rising further.

US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) unrefined prospects were at US$57.13 a barrel at 0119 GMT, up nine pennies from their last settlement.

Brent unrefined prospects, the worldwide benchmark at oil costs, were at US$63.35 a barrel, up four pennies from their last close.

Among the KLCI stocks (KLSE Stock Recommendation), BAT was the best failure, down 40 sen to RM39.80 with 1,600 offers done while PPB Group lost 26 sen to RM16.64.

Genting Bhd fell 19 sen to RM9.06 while HLFG lost 18 sen to RM17.72 and KL Kepong 12 sen to RM24.36.

Southern Acids lost 24 sen to RM4.14 and Superlon 11 sen lower to RM1.92.

Sapura Energy rose 0.5 sen to 81 sen with 6.17 million offers done.

HL Industries,

Texchem and Hengyuan rose 14 sen each to RM9.74, RM1.07 and RM12.86 individually. Petronas Dagangan and Press Metal added 10 sen each to RM24.60 and RM4.99.

Kossan increased nine sen to RM7.84 (Klse Stock Tips), Sunway added seven sen to RM1.67 while SIG Gas was up five sen to RM1.11.

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Klse Stock Tips- Kepong Berhad (KLSE:KLK) Stock Analysis and Valuation Update

Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad (KLSE:KLK) has a Q.i. Estimation of 36.00000. The Q.i. Esteem positions organizations utilizing four proportions. These proportions comprise of EBITDA Yield, FCF Yield, Liquidity, and Earnings Yield. The motivation behind the Q.i. Esteem is to help recognize organizations that are the most underestimated (Klse Stock Tips). Regularly, the lower the esteem, the more underestimated the organization has a tendency to be.

Monitoring some valuation rankings (Klse Stock Tips),

Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad (KLSE:KLK) has a Value Composite score of 42. Created by James O’Shaughnessy, the VC score utilizes five valuation proportions. These proportions are cost to profit, cost to income, EBITDA to EV, cost to book esteem, and cost to deals. The VC is shown as a number in the vicinity of 1 and 100. As a rule, an organization with a score more like 0 would be viewed as underestimated, and a score more like 100 would demonstrate an exaggerated organization. Including a 6th proportion, investor yield, we can see the Value Composite 2 score which is at present sitting at 36.

Observing some recorded unpredictability numbers on offers of Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad (KLSE:KLK), we can see that the year instability is by and by 8.502600. The half year unpredictability is 7.311200, and the 3 month is spotted at 7.791900 (KLSE Stock Recommendation). Following unpredictability information can help gauge how much the stock cost has changed over the predetermined day and age. Albeit past unpredictability activity may help extend future stock instability, it might likewise be endlessly unique when considering different elements that might drive value activity amid the deliberate day and age.

Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad (KLSE:KLK)

has a current ERP5 Rank of 7108. The ERP5 Rank may help financial specialists with spotting organizations that are underestimated. This positioning uses four proportions. These proportions are Earnings Yield, ROIC, Price to Book, and 5 year normal ROIC. When taking a gander at the ERP5 positioning, it is for the most part considered the lower the esteem, the better.

We would now be able to investigate some authentic stock value file information. Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad (KLSE:KLK) directly has a 10 month value file of 1.02796. The value record is figured by isolating the present offer cost by the offer value ten months prior. A proportion more than one shows an expansion in share cost over the period. A proportion lower than one demonstrates that the cost has diminished over that day and age. Taking a gander at some other eras, the year value list is 1.03734, the two year is 1.11721, and the three year is 1.15248. Narrowing in somewhat nearer, the 5 month value record is 0.99235, the 3 month is 1.00245, and the 1 month is as of now 1.00000.

Profit for Assets

There are various instruments to decide if an organization is gainful or not. A standout amongst the most prominent proportions is the “Arrival on Assets” (otherwise known as ROA). This score shows how productive an organization is in respect to its aggregate resources. The Return on Assets for Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad (Klse Stock Picks) is 0.064441. This number is computed by isolating net pay after duty by the organization’s aggregate resources. An organization that deals with their advantages well will have a higher return, while an organization that deals with their benefits inadequately will have a lower return.

Profit for Invested Capital (ROIC), ROIC Quality, ROIC 5 Year Average

The Return on Invested Capital (otherwise known as ROIC) for Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad (KLSE:KLK) is 0.094417. The Return on Invested Capital is a proportion that decides if an organization is productive or not. It tells financial specialists how well an organization is transforming their capital into benefits. The ROIC is computed by separating the net working benefit (or EBIT) by the utilized capital. The utilized capital is ascertained by subrating current liabilities from add up to resources. Correspondingly, the Return on Invested Capital Quality proportion is an instrument in assessing the nature of an organization’s ROIC throughout five years. The ROIC Quality of Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad (Klse Stock Signals) is 5.082339. This is figured by separating the five year normal ROIC by the Standard Deviation of the 5 year ROIC. The ROIC 5 year normal is ascertained utilizing the five year normal EBIT, five year normal (net working capital and net settled resources). The ROIC 5 year normal of Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad (KLSE:KLK) is 0.151811.

FCF Yield 5yr Avg

The FCF Yield 5yr Average is ascertained by taking the five year normal free income of an organization, and partitioning it by the present undertaking esteem. Undertaking Value is figured by taking the market capitalization in addition to obligation, minority premium and favored offers, less aggregate money and money reciprocals. The normal FCF of an organization is dictated by taking a gander at the money produced by operations of the organization. The Free Cash Flow Yield 5 Year Average of Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad (KLSE:KLK) is 0.005356.

Net Margin score

Speculators might be keen on survey the Gross Margin score on offers of Kuala Lumpur Kepong Berhad (KLSE:KLK). The name right now has a score of 39.00000. This score is gotten from the Gross Margin (Marx) dependability and development over the past eight years (Stock Trading Picks). The Gross Margin score arrives on a scale from 1 to 100 where a score of 1 would be viewed as positive, and a score of 100 would be viewed as negative.

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KLSE Stock Recommendation- Petronas stocks lead KLCI higher early Monday

KUALA LUMPUR: The hop in raw petroleum costs saw Petronas Gas and Petronas Dagangan developing as among the best gainers in early Monday exchange (KLSE Stock Recommendation), following the progress of Asian offers.

At 9.06am (KLSE Stock Recommendation),

the KLCI was up 2.66 focuses or 0.15% to 1,757.98. Turnover was 244.96 million offers esteemed at RM62.60mil. There were 201 gainers, 80 failures and 215 counters unaltered.

Asian offers progressed to new highs on Monday following Wall Street’s lead (Klse Stock Picks), while U.S. oil fates bounced to drift close to a six-month crest as raising strains between the Iraqi government and Kurdish powers undermined supply, Reuters detailed.

Iraqi powers

started moving at midnight on Sunday towards oil fields held by Kurdish Peshmerga warriors close to the oil-rich city of Kirkuk.

Accordingly, US rough climbed 0.9% to US$51.92 a barrel, not a long way from US$52.85 touched toward the end of last month – a level not seen since April. Brent unrefined climbed 1.2% to US$57.88 per barrel. MSCI’s broadest list of Asia-Pacific offers outside Japan picked up for a fifth day racing to be up 0.3%, after US stocks finished at record highs.

Hong Leong Investment Bank (HLIB) Research said exchanging exercises could keep on focusing on bring down liner and penny stocks inside the innovation area (Klse Stock Signals). Additionally, oil and gas stocks might be lifted by the firmer raw petroleum costs a week ago, it said in its market viewpoint report.

Petronas Gas

rose 16 sen to RM18.76 and Petronas Dagangan added 14 sen to RM24.42.

Among the manors, Batu Kawan picked up 14 sen to RM19.80 and KL (Stock Trading Picks) Kepong increased eight sen to RM24.80.

Vitrox was the best gainers, up 18 sen to RM5.28 while Pentamaster climbed seven sen to RM5.02.

Top Glove chalked up increases of 13 sen to RM6.14 after its solid fourth quarte comes about last Friday and provoked investigators to update the stock.

Vivocom rose 1.5 sen to 16 sen with more than 42 million offers done after it affirmed a StarBiz report (Klse Stock Tips) about the section of a Hong Kong organization as a noteworthy investor.

Padini lost 12 sen to RM4.68 and Public Bank fell eight sen to RM20.42 on benefit taking.

Mitrajaya

fell six sen to 97 sen in dynamic exchange after it proposed a rights issue, sweetened with free warrants and extra offers, to raise as much as RM107mil which will be utilized mostly for the reimbursement of bank borrowings.

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Klse Stock Tips- KLCI plunges early Monday as Genting measures, oil up

KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips slipped early Monday on offering of Genting Bhd yet the more extensive market was firmer (Klse Stock Tips) while raw petroleum costs crawled up.

At 9.26am (Klse Stock Tips),

the FBM KLCI was down 0.18 of a point or 0.01% to 1,763.82. Turnover was 478.15 million offers esteemed at RM136.88mil. There were 216 gainers, 174 washouts and 262 counters unaltered.

The dollar held enduring against the yen on Monday, having withdrawn from 12-week highs set a week ago, because of reestablished concentrate on geopolitical dangers in the midst of worries that North Korea might set up another rocket test.

Oil costs edged up on Monday, stopping a 2% slide from Friday, on desires that Saudi Arabia would keep on restraining its yield with a specific end goal to help costs (KLSE Stock Recommendation), and as the measure of apparatuses boring for new oil in the United States plunged.

US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) front-month unrefined fates were exchanging at US$49.44 per barrel at 0015 GMT, up 15 pennies, or 0.3%, from their last close.

Brent unrefined fates, the universal benchmark at oil costs, were up 8 pennies, or 0.14%, at US$55.70 a barrel.

At Bursa (Klse Stock Picks), Genting Bhd fell seven sen to RM9.61 while Hong Leong Bank was down 10 sen to RM15.78 with 100 offers done.

Selangor Properties fell the most, down 14 sen to RM4.67 with 500 offers done, Hartalega 10 sen bring down at RM6.87 while Perak Corp and Bison lost seven sen each to RM1.51 and RM2.28 and VS Industries lost six sen to RM2.94.

Carlsberg lost 12 sen to RM14.80 and Ajinomoto lost 10 sen to RM19.90.

Sunway-WB was the best gainer, up 30 sen to 60.5 sen. Genting Plantations rose 14 sen to RM10.58, KL (Klse Stock Signals) Kepommg 14 sen to RM24.94 and Eon Credit added 12 sen to RM13.06.

Favelle Favco increased seven sen to RM2.77 and UOA Development six sen higher at RM2.69.

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