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Posted by lck1300 > Jul 9, 2019 2:38 PM | Report Abuse


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Posted by ACE9696 > Jul 12, 2019 12:48 PM | Report Abuse

cheap sales.

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Posted by Justmie > Aug 20, 2019 11:25 AM | Report Abuse

Is this the best time for major shareholders to take this company private?

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Posted by Invest_888 > Aug 20, 2019 12:50 PM | Report Abuse

How come good sales but lose a lot money? It is the highest quarter sales in recent 7 quarters(close to 2 years), good sales should be positive earning. Are Guocoland Malaysia spend money correctly:
1)Staffs' salary, allowances, benefits & director remuneration too good?
2)Marketing cost too high?
3)Agents' commission too high?

I don't know. The Guocoland Malaysia directors' should find out and pay attention to making money for your company and shareholders.

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Posted by Justmie > Oct 15, 2019 3:09 PM | Report Abuse

I believe Guocoland will deliver a good financial result for year 2020. Sales for Emerald hill 1st phase already exceeded 95%. Take up rate for Emerald 9 phase 1 also more than 85% while 2nd phase of garden terrace is more than 85% sold. Current tension in HK will also boost the sale of DC Residency and The Oval. The management also declare a final dividend of 2 sen which will be ex on the 4November. At current price of RM0.65 means the dividend yield is more than 3%. Current company NTA is RM1.93, I think it is still a good safe investment in this company at this level.

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Posted by jason90 > Oct 18, 2019 5:54 PM | Report Abuse

What is the sold out rate for Emerald Rawang

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Posted by Justmie > Oct 18, 2019 8:33 PM | Report Abuse

Garland Residence 20’x60’ double storey Terrance house >80% sold.

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Posted by lilychan > Oct 29, 2019 9:36 PM | Report Abuse

guocoland hk same malaysia company ?

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Posted by Justmie > Nov 25, 2019 5:58 AM | Report Abuse


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Posted by Justmie > Jan 4, 2020 1:11 AM | Report Abuse

Justmie GLM has just disposed part of their land in Jasin for RM119M. After the disposal, GLM still have a balance of 1,302.7 hectares of land in Jasin. The transacted value of this land parcel is approximately RM45 per square m. If base on land value of RM 45 per square m, the balance of land is worth around RM 586M. GLM share portion is value at RM396.8M before tax which translate into RM0.56sen per GLM share. Current share price is only RM0.72. NTA 1.91 base on first quarter 2020 report. NAV should be much higher, at least another 0.20-0.25sen If to take into the consideration the revaluation of the entire land in Jasin.

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Posted by Jeffreyteck > Jan 6, 2020 8:19 AM | Report Abuse

Figures say....
.. loans $1200 million.
... current ratio looks good but no one could ascertain quality and potential written off as in few cases massive written off in a quarter, like london biscuits, which turned into negative nta.
... nonetheless nta still "looks" good and trading opportunities is there.

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Posted by Justmie > Jan 6, 2020 11:14 PM | Report Abuse

Emerald hills and emerald 9 take up rate are good since launching. As reported by the management, DC Residency also registered a strong take-up rate from HK buyers. Last quarter results which will be announced within this 2 months should show a big improvement compare to the last corresponding year.

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Posted by Jeffreyteck > Jan 9, 2020 11:19 PM | Report Abuse

Announced disposal of land at a profit, then only on quarterly losses. That reflects management's business ethics?

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Posted by lck1300 > Jan 10, 2020 1:03 AM | Report Abuse

rubbish company .....
every quarter report loses account

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Posted by Invest_888 > Jan 10, 2020 10:26 AM | Report Abuse

Before one month plus of 9Jan2020, hope was there, price goes up from RM0.645 to RM0.75. Some people said the sold out rate was very good, therefore share prices went up. Suddenly, lose more money again. What are going wrong? Company directors competency?

Jimmy Lim
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Posted by Jimmy Lim > Jan 13, 2020 11:25 PM | Report Abuse

that day ytlland, today amverton, coming soon GUOCOLAND 0.650....

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Posted by perangbrown > Jan 15, 2020 2:44 PM | Report Abuse

GuocoLand (Malaysia) Bhd has dropped even deeper into the red for the second financial quarter ended Dec 31, 2019 (2QFY20), due to lower sales of completed units, as well as higher marketing costs.

It posted a widened loss of RM14.85 million in 2QFY20, compared with RM12.65 million in the previous corresponding quarter. Revenue was also 18.3% lower at RM90.19 million, from RM110.42 million previously.

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Posted by n0retail > Mar 12, 2020 4:38 PM | Report Abuse

useless stock. when market crash, it crash. when market up, it also crash. GUOCO singapore is doing fantastic, and yet this Malaysia counterpart is doing shit. There's no worst for this stock, it can only go worse.

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Posted by prince4 > Mar 16, 2020 12:42 PM | Report Abuse

Covid-19 make economy slow down company fundamental will metamorphism and company with high debt will face collapse or bankruptcy soon.Expect local and foreign funds money would not flow in big cap and mid cap stock because everybody scare buy high losses money . In this few month expect Funds manager money would flow out in bigcap and midcap stocks and will short selling midcap stocks for make money so now no prospects cannot buy and hold.
market stock RM10 drop to RM5, RM5.00 drop to RM 2.00 , followed RM2.00 drop RM1.00, followed RM1.00 drop to 50 cent, followed 50 cent drop to 20cent ,followed 20 cent drop to 10cent ,followed 10 cent drop to bottom.
High debt company cannot hold ,high prices stock cannot hold , market never sleep money never sleep just buy bottom low prices with cash rich company . This is a opportunity markets smarts money no longer will flows in cheaper stocks market will goreng lows price stock at bottom.

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Posted by foo > Apr 13, 2020 3:20 PM | Report Abuse

Which companies on Bursa have high cash and low debt
KUALA LUMPUR: The second extension of the movement control order to contain the Covid-19 outbreak — now totalling six weeks until April 28 — means that economic activities will remain subdued for at least another 14 days.
The pandemic, which has infected nearly two million and killed over 100,000 worldwide, presents the worst start possible for the recession expected ahead. As the infection curve has yet to near its peak, it is anyone’s guess on the depth of the economic downturn.
Against this backdrop, survival is the prominent concern now. Investors’ attention is drawn to companies’ balance sheets instead of growth prospects, which is widely expected to be minimal in the best-case scenario, as business volume dwindles and operating cash flow shrink.
Asia Analytica data shows that of some 880 listed companies (after excluding the 40 banks, insurers and investment trusts), 597 companies listed on Bursa Malaysia have cash that is less than their short-term liabilities.
Companies in many different sectors are underlined here, from furniture companies to retailers, automotive-related firms, and a wide range of manufacturers and trading companies.
Meanwhile, 223 listed companies have an interest cover ratio of below one times, meaning their earnings before interests and tax cannot cover interest expenses for a full year. The market capitalisation of most of these companies are below RM2 billion.
Some 321 companies were already in the red last year. Of the 599 profitable ones, around 45.6% of them saw profit decline in the period. Again, most on the list are small-cap firms, according to Asia Analytica data.
It is also worth noting that the economic downturn would be a tough test on companies’ sales quality. Companies with a high portion of credit sale with mounting receivables could be at risk amid the potential cash trap.
A random check shows that 75 listed companies or 8.2% have net gearing of over 100%. Sectors with the most companies in this category are logistics, construction, oil and gas, building materials and property development.
Others with net gearing of above 80% include power companies, telecommunications companies and building materials companies. Power producers’ liabilities are usually backed up by the steady cash flow from power purchase agreements.
On the flip side, notable sectors with low net gearing average include Internet and gas utility companies, and technology solution providers.
Of 79 generic companies with market capitalisation of above RM2 billion (ex-banks, real-estate investment trusts and insurers) only 22 have a cash ratio of above one times and net gearing of below 50%, led by Petronas Chemicals Group Bhd, Petronas Gas Bhd and IOI Corp Bhd.
As reflected by the price-to-book valuations, preference is given for companies with high cash, low debt, steady recurring income and high-quality clients, such as tech companies, and broadband providers.
There are also lesser-known small-cap companies that are cash-rich with sturdy past operations.
As a fund manager pointed out that a downturn is a brewing pot for merger and acquisition activities, as smaller, cash-rich companies with good assets or business prospects usually become undervalued after the market selldown.
The first quarter’s (1Q20) financial result will show how much cash was exhausted amid the two-week shutdown in the second half of March, while prospects of the entire half of 2Q20 being under movement restriction are still visible.

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Posted by germaice > May 22, 2020 4:12 PM | Report Abuse

In covid worst sector demand drop like commodities crude oil,oil palm,property,banking loan and tourism

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Posted by germaice > May 22, 2020 4:12 PM | Report Abuse

New normal this sector healthcare,Internet based e-commerce , API mobile marketplace ,delivery services and video conference beneficiary from covid19

Miz Raya Bloom
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Posted by Miz Raya Bloom > Oct 14, 2020 9:53 AM |

Post removed. Why?

Jimmy Lim
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Posted by Jimmy Lim > Oct 14, 2020 10:57 PM | Report Abuse

habislah habislah this counter PN17 coming

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Posted by Snowpiercer > Nov 9, 2020 10:42 AM | Report Abuse

The Singapore cousins are much better in property. If you have visited PJ City, it is a disgrace and DC Mall is more than dead.

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Posted by heeman9696 > Nov 24, 2020 10:48 PM | Report Abuse

aiseh, no more dividen this counter

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Posted by GorengHealthcare > Dec 14, 2020 9:09 AM | Report Abuse

goreng guoco?

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Posted by heeman9696 > Dec 14, 2020 9:11 AM | Report Abuse

king Kong sudah resign terus goreng & naik

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Posted by RVI123 > Dec 14, 2020 9:24 AM | Report Abuse

Something is brewing in Guoco?

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Posted by RVI123 > Dec 14, 2020 9:42 AM | Report Abuse

Could it be privatisation?

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Posted by godofstock > Dec 14, 2020 4:34 PM | Report Abuse

Who takeover the CEO role ? See the market price today you should know who lo

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Posted by RVI123 > Dec 14, 2020 4:39 PM | Report Abuse

God, will price move up because somebody is becoming the CEO?

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Posted by godofstock > Dec 14, 2020 5:46 PM | Report Abuse

market price is reflection of market reactions and confidence bro

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Posted by godofstock > Dec 14, 2020 5:49 PM | Report Abuse

if the person becoming CEO is reliable and competent, company will be doing well and yes, share price will move up

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