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hng33
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Posted by hng33 > Oct 2, 2020 7:59 AM | Report Abuse

Most of the FGV CPO production are use for in house purpose, refine to produce cooking oil. FGV newly venture into downstream cooking oil, under in house brand, Saji, is now command nearly 40% of entire market share.


burung_tiong_pusing
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Posted by burung_tiong_pusing > Oct 2, 2020 8:00 AM | Report Abuse

ya ker


James Ng
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Posted by James Ng > Oct 2, 2020 8:34 AM | Report Abuse

https://klse.i3investor.com/blogs/general/2020-10-02-story-h1514417414.jsp
[转贴] [FGV HOLDINGS BERHAD:种植部门销量下降导致种植部门亏损增加] - James的股票投资James Share Investing


5354_
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Posted by 5354_ > Oct 2, 2020 8:45 AM | Report Abuse

No wonder US Covid19 cases cannot come down. SOP "kerap basuh tangan air dengan sabun"(by M'sian DG) not followed?


5354_
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Posted by 5354_ > Oct 2, 2020 9:09 AM | Report Abuse

No drop more despite mkt drop is good sign.


strattegist
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Posted by strattegist > Oct 2, 2020 9:37 AM | Report Abuse

sustain


DickyMe
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Posted by DickyMe > Oct 2, 2020 10:37 AM | Report Abuse

37 sen coming soon!


strattegist
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Posted by strattegist > Oct 2, 2020 10:40 AM | Report Abuse

green


Mabel
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Posted by Mabel > Oct 2, 2020 11:38 AM | Report Abuse

@supersinginvestor @mabel
Dont do it...
Fgv u cant hold n keep..
Its just hit n run..
Buy united plantation to keep n hold...
Fgv is cursed...
01/10/2020 11:17 PM

Run and miss the fun?

Remember Top Gloves? When TG Shares plunge, I did not run. I collect more. TG and her 3 Fantastic Four sisters has been great to me..

Studies have shown that more than 90% of the investors including professional lose money in the stock market. Under such a discouraging investment climate, I would like to share with you my winning strategy.

Covid 19 pandemic is affecting everyone’s movement, businesses and all listed and non-listed companies. As a result, the demand for gloves far exceeds supply and all the glove manufacturers are continuously increasing their selling prices to make more and more profit. The additional selling price is pure profit because it does not involve production cost. That is why each of the glove stocks has shot up a few hundred percent in the last 6 months. As long as the Covid 19 pandemic is still not under control, the demand for gloves will continue to exceeds supply and all the glove makers will continue to make more and more profit. Many scientists predicted that the pandemic will not be under control for at least 1 or more years despite the discovery of the vaccine.

Hence any prudent investors should have glove stocks and wait patiently to maximise profit. You should only sell your glove stocks when the glove companies start to report reduced profit. You should not sell as long as the glove companies continue to report increasing profit in every quarter.

The same with Plantation. We are dealing with an industry that is feeding more than 3 billion people across 200 countries. I agree with hng33, my view is also very little downside. Yes, the danger could be my bigger plantations like Sime Darby, IOI and KL Kepong. All use the same labor practice.

This is an industry that is affecting many farmers and our country. Surely more action is installed in the pipeline. As long you dont sell you dont lose anything. Plantation and Healthcare are two industry that I view as part of giving back after gaining so much..

I plan to hold as tight as I can...

Meow


Mabel
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Posted by Mabel > Oct 2, 2020 11:40 AM | Report Abuse

Always look at the bigger picture..

Top 10 reasons why Palm oil stocks will go into a bull run

1. China hit by 3 massive typhoons in its North-West. Heilongjiang the bread basket of China has been flooded. It's soybean crops are destroyed

2. As a result China must buy soybean from USA

3. Last year China swine fever wiped off many pigs. Soybean is also needed as feed meal for pigs

3. US now in drought as soybean production is less.

4. Argentina and Brazil soybean crops won"t be ready until Feb 2021

5. So with increasing demand and dwindling supply soybean prices are rocketing upward

6. Soybean going up will pull up palm oil as their prices are co-related

7. India now will turn to cheaper palm oil as soyoil becomes too expensive

8. Malaysian palm oil stocks are depleting due to lack of Indonesia workers due to MCO
Again less stock means higher prices

9. Last quarter result of March to May CPO prices were weak. Buy CPO prices have surged from June to August quarters so palm oil stocks are expected to report very good results in Nov 2020

10. Best of the best now in Sept 2020 soybean oil has almost reached Usd35.00 and Cpo future going to cross Rm3,000 barrier

All these converging factors will propel palm oil stocks into bull run just like coronavirus powered up medical gloves

Just Hold whatever you got...

Meow


strattegist
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Posted by strattegist > Oct 2, 2020 11:52 AM | Report Abuse

steady


Mabel
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Posted by Mabel > Oct 2, 2020 11:58 AM | Report Abuse

All the best supersinginvestor. TSH is also under my collection. It's another great plantation company.

Well done!

Meow


gemfinder
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Posted by gemfinder > Oct 2, 2020 12:46 PM | Report Abuse

Where is the plantation pas minister? Not doing job ka?


Mikecyc
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Posted by Mikecyc > Oct 2, 2020 1:22 PM | Report Abuse

CGS-CIMB Research head of research Ivy Ng (pic below) pointed out that the palm oil import ban by CBP would restrict FGV’s access in other markets and also impact other palm oil players.


“The concern is that this may lead other countries or customers of FGV to reassess their purchase of palm oil from the group as a result of concerns about ESG, ” Ng said in a report.

“This may also have some implications for other palm oil players, as Brenda Smith, executive assistant commissioner of CBP’s trade office, has said that CBP had received allegations regarding the broader palm oil industry and asked US importers to look into the labour practices of their suppliers, ” she added.


Mikecyc
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Posted by Mikecyc > Oct 2, 2020 1:22 PM | Report Abuse

According to a news report, Human Resources Minister Datuk Seri M. Saravanan revealed that another “major” palm oil plantation company could face the same fate as FGV.

He said the ministry would seek detailed information on the alleged use of forced labour by FGV in its production process.


Mikecyc
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Posted by Mikecyc > Oct 2, 2020 1:24 PM | Report Abuse

In 2019, FGV derived 5.3% of its total revenue from the US and Canada, Ng pointed out.

The bulk of its revenue, about 56%, came from Malaysia, 10% from India, 7% from Pakistan, 4.3% from China, 2.5% from Europe and 15% from other markets, mainly in Asia


Mikecyc
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Posted by Mikecyc > Oct 2, 2020 1:30 PM | Report Abuse

Refer to MPOB : Malaysia CPO export 2020 Jan to August

export to U.S.A is 387,347 MT

export to China is 1,842,142 MT vs 2019 1,395,697 MT : + 32 %

export to India is 1,176,274 MT vs 2019 3,597,563 MT : - 67.3 %

export to Europe is 1,341,780 MT vs 2019 1,419,722 MT : - 5.5 %


Mikecyc
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Posted by Mikecyc > Oct 2, 2020 1:38 PM | Report Abuse

Refer to FGV August CPO output is about 25 % of Malaysia total export volume .. Local competition is getting greater ..


Mikecyc
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Posted by Mikecyc > Oct 2, 2020 1:43 PM | Report Abuse

haha which is the another " major " palm oil plantation company could face the same fate as FGV.


>> According to a news report, Human Resources Minister Datuk Seri M. Saravanan revealed that another “major” palm oil plantation company could face the same fate as FGV.


asmpenang
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Posted by asmpenang > Oct 2, 2020 1:48 PM | Report Abuse

I agreed with Mabel. Thanks for the sharing.
I think no matter what happen. Our govt fund will support FGV as you can see KWAP continue to support the buying. Do you think few million shares can be purhase by small investor ?
So it must be those big investor down there collecting FGV shares.
I look at mid term investment.


hng33
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Posted by hng33 > Oct 2, 2020 2:31 PM | Report Abuse

cut at 1.04 first


FGV_
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Posted by FGV_ > Oct 2, 2020 2:43 PM | Report Abuse

Rubber gloves sure need rubber.


FGV_
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Posted by FGV_ > Oct 2, 2020 2:44 PM | Report Abuse

FGV expands rubber business to Europe, North America
https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/fgv-expands-rubber-business-europe-north-america


Hidup_Anwar
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Posted by Hidup_Anwar > Oct 2, 2020 3:08 PM | Report Abuse

Muhyiddin too weak as PM.


Hidup_Anwar
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Posted by Hidup_Anwar > Oct 2, 2020 3:08 PM | Report Abuse

Anwar PM only way can save M'sia.


Hidup_Anwar
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Posted by Hidup_Anwar > Oct 2, 2020 3:10 PM | Report Abuse

US bully us because wrong PM and not voted.


Mikecyc
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Posted by Mikecyc > Oct 2, 2020 3:10 PM | Report Abuse

haha see plantations new normal life .. selling assets to survive :

- tdm
- thplant
-bplant

With the US ban .. higher local competition ..


Hidup_Anwar
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Posted by Hidup_Anwar > Oct 2, 2020 3:12 PM | Report Abuse

GE15 is no-no because spike in Covid19 like in Sabah.


Mikecyc
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Posted by Mikecyc > Oct 2, 2020 3:14 PM | Report Abuse

In facts most of the plantations counters are with huge debt .. even KLK with huge cash on hand but huge debt aso .. just on Financial asset n Financial debt is debt is more than 2.0 billion ..


Hidup_Anwar
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Posted by Hidup_Anwar > Oct 2, 2020 3:19 PM | Report Abuse

EPF/KWAP/PNB/TH cannot buy why CEO cannot change?


strattegist
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Posted by strattegist > Oct 2, 2020 3:23 PM | Report Abuse

aiyoooooo


Hidup_Anwar
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Posted by Hidup_Anwar > Oct 2, 2020 3:41 PM | Report Abuse

KLK >RM 22 how can compare? FGV RM 1.5 very hard under Moo.


Hidup_Anwar
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Posted by Hidup_Anwar > Oct 2, 2020 3:42 PM | Report Abuse

If FGV really not good why not privatised instead everyday see red eye?


Hidup_Anwar
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Posted by Hidup_Anwar > Oct 2, 2020 3:48 PM | Report Abuse

Petronas/EPF/BNM $ use to privatise FGV why PM cannot do? Need new PM?


Mabel
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Posted by Mabel > Oct 2, 2020 4:35 PM | Report Abuse

@FGV_ FGV expands rubber business to Europe, North America

https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/fgv-expands-rubber-business-europe-north-america
02/10/2020 2:44 PM

Currently, high on my agenda are 4 sectors and they are sitting on Top 4 Position in my Business Plan for this year (KLSE and Nasdaq) Here are my Top 2 Sectors..

P1. Healthcare, I have a collection of 12 companies under Healthcare including Gloves Fantastic Four. My motivation is to contain Convid 19. One of them is the World No 1 Producer of Gloves and Malaysia is the World Largest Exporter of Gloves.

P1 Healthcare is already on AutoCruise

P2. Plantation, I have a collection of 11 Plantations. My motivation is to feed more than 3 billion peoples across 200 countries. One of my Plantation is World No 1 Biggest Palm Oil Plantation and Malaysia is the World 2nd Largest Producers of Palm Oil.

Another Plantation, FGV has 60,000 hectares of rubber plantations which is process to produce premium Standard Malaysian Rubber (SMR) which compliments my Gloves Collection. Malaysia is the World 3rd Biggest Producer of Rubber

P2 Plantation is currently on Engagement Mode as I'm in collection mode..

Always stay invested..

Meow


strattegist
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Posted by strattegist > Oct 2, 2020 5:25 PM | Report Abuse

closed still above rm1


Mabel
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Posted by Mabel > Oct 2, 2020 10:32 PM | Report Abuse

Indeed. This happens when palm oil futures decline as they extended losses today, tracking a drop in crude and Chicago Board of Trade soyoil prices.

The benchmark palm oil contract for December delivery on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Exchange had fallen 2.1% to RM2,730 a tonne by the midday break.

CBOT's soy oil contract fell 1.1%, as farmer selling offset support from Wednesday's bullish US quarterly stocks report and strong weekly export sales.

Palm oil is affected by price movements in related oils as they compete for a share in the global vegetable oils market.

Crude oil, which fell over 1% on Friday over worsening demand prospects due to the Covid-19 pandemic, also weighed down prices. Cheaper crude makes palm oil a less attractive feedstock for biofuels.

Palm oil may revisit its Sept 30 low of RM2,708 per tonne, as it could have completed a bounce from this level.

Meow


williamtkb
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Posted by williamtkb > Oct 2, 2020 11:20 PM | Report Abuse

Trump got Covid-19 positive. Next week fgv limit down?


Mabel
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Posted by Mabel > Oct 3, 2020 12:05 AM | Report Abuse

Sometimes KLSE has its own life...

Meow


Mabel
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Posted by Mabel > Oct 3, 2020 12:09 AM | Report Abuse

... and life goes on. People need to feed. Festive season is coming soon

Sometimes I wonder if Trump really got C19. He is an expert in deception to gain sympathy.

You need to remember how he won the election. Hillary was winning all the way until the final moment.

Let us not hedge about one thing. Donald Trump may win or lose, but he will never concede...

Meow


Mabel
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Posted by Mabel > Oct 3, 2020 8:40 AM | Report Abuse

https://m.malaysiakini.com/news/544978

Khairuddin,

Put your good brains & doctorate to use in resolving this issue. The impact is big on smallholders so get on the job right away. Your predecessor, Teresa did a great job. Learn from her!


Chua Joe Beng
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Posted by Chua Joe Beng > Oct 3, 2020 9:00 AM | Report Abuse

avoid penny stocks in plantations! palm oil still hv problems with India (boycotting palm oil import), EU (environmental issues) n now USA on labour issues.


Mabel
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Posted by Mabel > Oct 3, 2020 9:47 AM | Report Abuse

@Chua Joe Beng avoid penny stocks in plantations! palm oil still hv problems with India (boycotting palm oil import), EU (environmental issues) n now USA on labour issues.
03/10/2020 9:00 AM

Well I have both..

Oil palm producers have for the last 15 years become the lightning rod for the public’s growing anger on issues relating to deforestation, global warming, subpar labour practices, and transboundary haze. Only a silent few have questioned these allegations, leading the vast majority of the public to swallow these headlines hook, line, and sinker and leaving the narrative unchallenged.

It is as if the endless supply of information in today’s modern era, through quick and easy forms of digital content, has reached a point of overload. Sadly, it has worn us down and induced a premature form of mental fatigue, taking away our ability to distinguish between credible research and catchy clickbait, and ultimately what is right and wrong, and whether we should even question it.

The palm oil industry is a vital agricultural player today, globally. While it only occupies less than 0.5% of the total area under agriculture today, it accounts for 37% of all the oils and fats produced in the world and continues, in spite of the Covid-19 calamity, to secure jobs for well over five million people globally, most of whom are smallholder farmers who depend on this crop for their livelihood.

Is everything perfect and rosy? Absolutely not. The oil palm – like all agricultural crops – requires one thing: land. And this is where the dilemma arises. In this context, we must acknowledge that the oil palm has contributed towards large tracks of deforestation, even though over the last 25 years it has accounted for less than 5% of global deforestation.

Boycotting palm oil and replacing it with an alternate vegetable oil is, of course, a decision that people or big brands are free to make. However, the price for such an action will be high, as it is proven beyond doubt that replacing palm oil with any alternate vegetable oil will result in using up to 10 times more land to produce the same quantity of oil.

Even the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and the World Wide Fund for Nature have recognised this, urging for and supporting the production and use of sustainable palm oil to prevent greater impacts on the environment, biodiversity and communities.

The problem with studies like Mr EU is that they single out the oil palm without putting things in perspective and informing the reader that commodities such as beef, soy, maize, poultry, timber production and more account for over 90% of the world’s deforestation today, and are still in their infancy when it comes to providing consumers with a supply chain that does not come from recently deforested land.

Palm oil, however, has such a scheme in place today, assuring buyers of no deforestation, no new peat land development, and no exploitation of workers. The scheme is called the Principles and Criteria and is set by the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO). It is a standard that I can state with supreme confidence goes beyond any similar sustainability standard in the world today, including oils from olive production in Spain, rapeseed production in France, soy production in the United States or canola production in Australia.

The palm oil sector is far from perfect and I will be the first to state that there is still a long road ahead in terms of making sustainable palm oil the norm, but the first steps were taken over 15 years ago to create a multi stakeholder platform, where buyers and consumers could be assured that the palm oil in the products they use and consume has indeed been sourced sustainably.

The aspirations remain high, and today we see the Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO) and Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil (ISPO) certification schemes, providing an amazing platform to raise the floor of the “many” instead of just focusing on raising the ceiling of the “few”.

Together, we will drive the RSPO, MSPO and ISPO standards forward regardless of spurious claims by people like Mr EU and hopefully take inspiration from the words of wisdom from the late Chinese philosopher, Confucius: “It is better to light a candle than to curse darkness”. Sustainable palm oil is the “light” – it is the future – and any efforts to squash this movement will only move us back into darkness, where we will lose our way, remain silent, and fail to speak up when half-baked truths grab headlines.

In the end, this is about taking ownership and holding fast – especially when the headwinds are the fiercest. It is about appreciating that sustainability is a shared problem, requiring individual changes that must start today. This includes you.

Meow


Slc1
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Posted by Slc1 > Oct 3, 2020 11:28 AM | Report Abuse

Mabel, I also doubt Trump got C19.


Chua Joe Beng
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Posted by Chua Joe Beng > Oct 3, 2020 3:48 PM | Report Abuse

Wilmar International Limited, founded in 1991 and headquartered in Singapore, is today Asia’s leading agribusiness group. Wilmar is ranked amongst the largest listed companies by market capitalisation on the Singapore Exchange.

In Bursa Malaysia, its listed company is PPB.

Wilmar is one of the world’s largest oil palm plantation owners with a total planted area of 232,940 hectares (ha) as at 31 December 2019, of which about 65% is in Indonesia, 26% in East Malaysia and 9% in Africa.

Sustainability
In ensuring that our plantations and mills operate in an environmentally and socially responsible manner, we are guided by our No Deforestation, No Peat, No Exploitation Policy that, applies to our own operations aswell as all third-party suppliers. Concurrently, we continue to pursue the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil certification standard as a core element of our sustainability strategy for our upstream operations.


strattegist
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Posted by strattegist > Oct 3, 2020 4:36 PM | Report Abuse

aiyoooooooo


Mabel
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Posted by Mabel > Oct 3, 2020 11:57 PM | Report Abuse

Mabel @Chua Joe Beng avoid penny stocks in plantations! palm oil still have problems with India (boycotting palm oil import), EU (environmental issues) n now USA on labour issues.
03/10/2020 9:00 AM

Chua Joe Beng @Mabel avoid those plantations stocks that hv poor fundamentals!
03/10/2020 10:04 AM

Slc1 Mabel, I also doubt Trump got C19.
03/10/2020 11:28 AM

supersinginvestor @mabel..dont invest in cheap plantations..stick to.utdplant n klk only....the rest r scary....sop n hapsengplsnt oso ok . But nothing else...just a thot...fgv is not worth 40cents...
03/10/2020 12:45 PM

Yes Sic1.

Like I said earlier, let us not hedge about one thing. Donald Trump may win or lose, but he will never concede...

Joe and Super,

Warren Buffet said "Never invest in a business you cannot understand.”

I suppose everyone have different views in making their respective investments. For me, it is easier if you invest on something that goes in line with the country’s direction and at the same time doing something that will benefits this Country as well as the Global community. I always has this rule of thumb when I made my investments. I do this as it will benefits the people surrounding me and also to the Global Community. 10 years from now as I look back, I want to feel that I was part of these success stories. Just to give you a flavour, here's my Business Plan for 2020 for my 5 Boutiques based on Margin.

P1: HealthCare
P2: Technology
P3: Plantation
P4: Oil & Gas
P5: Visit Malaysia Year

Plantation was earlier on P2. It has now dropped due to my continuous accumulation on few Plantation counters this week

I have now 11 Plantations under my collections.
1. FGV
2. Sime Darby
3. KL Kepong
4. IOI Corp
5. Sarawak Oil Palm
6. TaaNN
7. TSH
8. Jtiasa
9. TH Plantation
10. Boustead
11. TDM

Combined, these plantations has more 2.5 million hectares of land. I will collect United Plantation when UP starts is on consolidation mode as you know every stocks has its own life cycles.

My motivation to invest in Plantation:

- Export revenue RM 67.6 billion (6.1% GDP)
- Feeding more than 3 billion people over 200 countries.
- B20 biodiesel for the transport sector by end-2020. Demand to increase palm oil by 500,000 tonnes per annum. Indonesia Petromina has mandated the use 3 million tons per annum and they are short of capacity.
- The demand for palm oil will always grow due to the population and economic growth in China and India, our two most important buyers. In actual fact, the financial situation in USA and Europe have little effect on this business. Which business can give you more than 100% profit margin? Currently collectively my Plantation sectors is giving me 3 digits Profits Margin.

So it doesn't matter which plantation you choose, you will still contribute to the above milestone.

Sime Darby is World No 1 Biggest Palm Oil Plantation and Malaysia is the World 2nd Largest Producers of Palm Oil. FGV beside Palm Oil has 60,000 hectares of rubber plantations which is process to produce premium Standard Malaysian Rubber (SMR) which compliments my Gloves Collection. Malaysia is the World 3rd Biggest Producer of Rubber. Likewise TDM, completes my collection of Healthcares selections since they have Hospitals across the country when my vaccine Collection is ready.

Back to history, Palm Oil started to make Malaysia its home on a large scale in the 1960’s. This started when the Malaysian Government introduced a land cultivation scheme for the purpose of planting oil palm trees.The purpose of this scheme was to eradicate poverty and raise the standard of living for the rural population. Today, palm oil grows and flourish in palm oil plantations which can be found throughout the country, from Perlis to Sabah. This is an industry that is affecting many farmers and our country. Surely more actions will be installed in the pipeline. Plantation and Healthcare are two industries that I view as part of giving back after gaining so much..

Talking about fundamentals, if you look at some of the penny plantation, their fundamentals is not as bad like we see in the Oil and Gas sector. Beside none of them are even PN17 companies. I have collected 3 PN17 Companies for my learning curves. TH Heavy has now registered 7 Consecutive Profits, Scomies has also registered 3 Consecutive Profits (excluding bail out parent Scomi). Barakah has now registered it's 2nd profits. All these counters has registered double digit growth. All of them are doing great to my Energy P&L. It's a good trading material. Scomies, Barakah and TH Heavy will be another great Turnaround stories, just like Armada, Velesto, ICON and Sapnrg. You are welcome to visit any of these PN17 Companies and see for yourselves the challenges they faced. None of them has gone bankrupt.

Lastly, as long as you follow the Pareto 80/20 Rule and stay invested on something that is closed to your heart, you will be fine.

Meow


Mabel
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Posted by Mabel > Oct 4, 2020 12:31 AM | Report Abuse

Anyway, I hear what you are saying. For my Healthcare and Techs Boutiques selection, I only goes for the very strong fundamental companies.

For the other 3 Boutiques, it's a combination between a Blue Chips for long term Hold and Non Blue Chips for trading.

As long as you follow the Pareto 80/20 Rule and stay invested on something that is closed to your heart, you will be fine.

So, Listen to your Heart...

https://youtu.be/yCC_b5WHLX0

Meow


Mabel
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Posted by Mabel > Oct 4, 2020 10:13 PM | Report Abuse

Meow Meow Meow


strattegist
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Posted by strattegist > Oct 5, 2020 9:51 AM | Report Abuse

green

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