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KLSE: MUHIBAH (5703)       MUHIBBAH ENGINEERING (M) BHD MAIN : Construction
Last Price Today's Change   Day's Range   Trading Volume
0.765   0.00 (0.00%)  0.765 - 0.78  725,300
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Financials


Market Cap: 371 Million

Market Cap 371 Million
NOSH 485 Million

Latest Audited Result:  31-Dec-2019

Latest Audited Result: 31-Dec-2019
Announcement Date 09-Jun-2020
Next Audited Result: 31-Dec-2020
Est. Ann. Date: 09-Jun-2021
Est. Ann. Due Date: 29-Jun-2021

Latest Quarter:  30-Jun-2020 [#2]

Latest Quarter: 30-Jun-2020 [#2]
Announcement Date 28-Aug-2020
Next Quarter: 30-Sep-2020
Est. Ann. Date: 28-Nov-2020
Est. Ann. Due Date: 29-Nov-2020
QoQ | YoY   -878.53%  |    -228.66%

Annual (Unaudited) ( EPS: 7.79, P/E: 9.82 )

Revenue | NP to SH 1,608,939  |  37,802
RPS | P/RPS 331.58 Cent  |  0.23
EPS | P/E | EY 7.79 Cent  |  9.82  |  10.18%
DPS | DY | Payout % 2.49 Cent  |  3.25%  |  31.96%
NAPS | P/NAPS 2.30  |  0.33
YoY   -73.89%
NP Margin | ROE 7.38%  |  3.39%
F.Y. | Ann. Date 31-Dec-2019  |  28-Feb-2020

T4Q Result ( EPS: -12.50, P/E: -6.12 )

Revenue | NP to SH 1,372,231  |  -60,675
RPS | P/RPS 282.80 Cent  |  0.27
EPS | P/E | EY -12.50 Cent  |  -6.12  |  -16.35%
DPS | DY | Payout % 2.49 Cent  |  3.25%  |  - %
NAPS | P/NAPS 2.28  |  0.34
QoQ | YoY   -713.44%  |    -143.50%
NP Margin | ROE -0.07%  |  -5.48%
F.Y. | Ann. Date 30-Jun-2020  |  28-Aug-2020

Annualized Result ( EPS: -14.26, P/E: -5.36 )

Revenue | NP to SH 1,209,098  |  -69,210
RPS | P/RPS 249.18 Cent  |  0.31
EPS | P/E | EY -14.26 Cent  |  -5.36  |  -18.64%
DPS | DY | Payout % -
NAPS | P/NAPS -
QoQ | YoY   -439.26%  |    -154.18%
NP Margin | ROE -2.60%  |  -6.25%
F.Y. | Ann. Date 30-Jun-2020  |  28-Aug-2020


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Date Financial Result Financial Ratio Per Share Item Performance Valuation (End of Quarter) Valuation (Ann. Date)
F.Y. Ann. Date Quarter # Revenue PBT NP NP to SH Div Net Worth Div Payout % NP Margin ROE NOSH RPS Adj. RPS EPS Adj. EPS DPS Adj. DPS NAPS Adj. NAPS QoQ YoY EOQ Date EOQ Price EOQ P/RPS EOQ P/EPS EOQ P/NAPS EOQ EY EOQ DY ANN Date ANN Price ANN P/RPS ANN P/EPS ANN P/NAPS ANN EY ANN DY
31-Dec-2020 28-Aug-2020 30-Jun-2020 2 271,056 -30,935 -34,915 -39,705 - 1,106,956 - % -12.88% -3.59% 483,387 56.07 55.86 -8.22 -8.18 0.00 0.00 2.2900 2.28   -878.53%   -228.66% 30-Jun-2020 0.935 1.67 -11.38 0.41 -8.78% 0.00% 28-Aug-2020 0.83 1.48 -10.10 0.36 -9.90% 0.00%
31-Dec-2020 22-Jun-2020 31-Mar-2020 1 333,493 22,072 19,186 5,100 - 1,150,461 - % 5.75% 0.44% 483,387 68.99 68.73 1.06 1.05 0.00 0.00 2.3800 2.37   109.19%   -84.55% 31-Mar-2020 0.75 1.09 71.09 0.32 1.41% 0.00% 22-Jun-2020 0.955 1.38 90.52 0.40 1.10% 0.00%
31-Dec-2019 28-Feb-2020 31-Dec-2019 4 550,228 -14,198 -34,346 -55,498 12,082 1,116,383 - % -6.24% -4.97% 483,283 113.85 113.40 -11.48 -11.44 2.50 2.49 2.3100 2.30   -288.59%   -246.50% 31-Dec-2019 2.46 2.16 -21.42 1.06 -4.67% 1.02% 28-Feb-2020 1.62 1.42 -14.11 0.70 -7.09% 1.54%
31-Dec-2019 28-Nov-2019 30-Sep-2019 3 217,454 55,374 49,093 29,428 - 1,188,664 - % 22.58% 2.48% 483,197 45.00 44.81 6.09 6.06 0.00 0.00 2.4600 2.45   -4.64%   -22.03% 30-Sep-2019 2.41 5.36 39.57 0.98 2.53% 0.00% 28-Nov-2019 2.33 5.18 38.26 0.95 2.61% 0.00%
31-Dec-2019 29-Aug-2019 30-Jun-2019 2 568,872 57,833 49,628 30,861 - 1,185,700 - % 8.72% 2.60% 481,992 118.03 117.24 6.40 6.36 0.00 0.00 2.4600 2.44   -6.51%   -6.48% 28-Jun-2019 2.76 2.34 43.11 1.12 2.32% 0.00% 29-Aug-2019 2.47 2.09 38.58 1.00 2.59% 0.00%
31-Dec-2019 31-May-2019 31-Mar-2019 1 272,385 59,470 54,401 33,011 - 1,141,778 - % 19.97% 2.89% 481,763 56.54 56.14 6.85 6.80 0.00 0.00 2.3700 2.35   -12.86%   -8.75% 29-Mar-2019 2.93 5.18 42.76 1.24 2.34% 0.00% 31-May-2019 2.75 4.86 40.13 1.16 2.49% 0.00%
31-Dec-2018 05-Mar-2019 31-Dec-2018 4 451,871 70,985 64,831 37,882 36,118 1,122,076 95.34% 14.35% 3.38% 481,578 93.83 93.13 7.87 7.81 7.50 7.44 2.3300 2.31   0.37%   3.76% 31-Dec-2018 2.79 2.97 35.47 1.20 2.82% 2.69% 05-Mar-2019 2.97 3.17 37.76 1.27 2.65% 2.53%
31-Dec-2018 28-Nov-2018 30-Sep-2018 3 557,326 77,647 64,366 37,743 - 1,121,827 - % 11.55% 3.36% 481,471 115.75 114.86 7.84 7.78 0.00 0.00 2.3300 2.31   14.38%   35.03% 28-Sep-2018 3.01 2.60 38.40 1.29 2.60% 0.00% 28-Nov-2018 2.78 2.40 35.46 1.19 2.82% 0.00%
31-Dec-2018 30-Aug-2018 30-Jun-2018 2 311,617 49,965 44,470 32,998 - 1,051,924 - % 14.27% 3.14% 480,331 64.88 64.22 6.87 6.80 0.00 0.00 2.1900 2.17   -8.79%   -12.78% 29-Jun-2018 3.00 4.62 43.67 1.37 2.29% 0.00% 30-Aug-2018 3.13 4.82 45.56 1.43 2.19% 0.00%
31-Dec-2018 30-May-2018 31-Mar-2018 1 249,089 63,485 59,378 36,177 - 1,008,695 - % 23.84% 3.59% 480,331 51.86 51.33 7.53 7.46 0.00 0.00 2.1000 2.08   -0.91%   23.41% 30-Mar-2018 2.95 5.69 39.17 1.40 2.55% 0.00% 30-May-2018 2.92 5.63 38.77 1.39 2.58% 0.00%
31-Dec-2017 28-Feb-2018 31-Dec-2017 4 306,500 53,368 50,349 36,511 33,623 1,047,121 92.09% 16.43% 3.49% 480,331 63.81 63.17 7.60 7.52 7.00 6.93 2.1800 2.16   30.62%   12.74% 29-Dec-2017 2.84 4.45 37.36 1.30 2.68% 2.46% 28-Feb-2018 3.10 4.86 40.78 1.42 2.45% 2.26%
31-Dec-2017 29-Nov-2017 30-Sep-2017 3 372,446 50,652 47,853 27,952 - 1,018,182 - % 12.85% 2.75% 480,274 77.55 76.76 5.82 5.76 0.00 0.00 2.1200 2.10   -26.11%   23.93% 29-Sep-2017 2.75 3.55 47.25 1.30 2.12% 0.00% 29-Nov-2017 2.84 3.66 48.80 1.34 2.05% 0.00%
31-Dec-2017 29-Aug-2017 30-Jun-2017 2 467,848 63,565 53,742 37,831 - 998,584 - % 11.49% 3.79% 480,088 97.45 96.42 7.88 7.80 0.00 0.00 2.0800 2.06   29.05%   41.11% 30-Jun-2017 2.72 2.79 34.52 1.31 2.90% 0.00% 29-Aug-2017 2.85 2.92 36.17 1.37 2.76% 0.00%
31-Dec-2017 31-May-2017 31-Mar-2017 1 241,487 48,873 44,373 29,314 - 999,559 - % 18.37% 2.93% 480,557 50.25 49.77 6.10 6.04 0.00 0.00 2.0800 2.06   -9.49%   23.43% 31-Mar-2017 2.71 5.39 44.43 1.30 2.25% 0.00% 31-May-2017 2.75 5.47 45.08 1.32 2.22% 0.00%
31-Dec-2016 28-Feb-2017 31-Dec-2016 4 645,591 59,420 48,826 32,386 26,427 975,424 81.60% 7.56% 3.32% 480,504 134.36 133.05 6.74 6.67 5.50 5.45 2.0300 2.01   43.59%   61.35% 30-Dec-2016 2.23 1.66 33.09 1.10 3.02% 2.47% 28-Feb-2017 2.50 1.86 37.09 1.23 2.70% 2.20%
31-Dec-2016 29-Nov-2016 30-Sep-2016 3 384,958 33,537 38,829 22,555 - 889,696 - % 10.09% 2.54% 480,916 80.05 79.34 4.69 4.65 0.00 0.00 1.8500 1.83   -15.87%   -1.76% 30-Sep-2016 2.30 2.87 49.04 1.24 2.04% 0.00% 29-Nov-2016 2.11 2.64 44.99 1.14 2.22% 0.00%
31-Dec-2016 30-Aug-2016 30-Jun-2016 2 406,298 47,936 39,766 26,810 - 846,382 - % 9.79% 3.17% 472,839 85.93 83.73 5.67 5.53 0.00 0.00 1.7900 1.74   12.88%   39.21% 30-Jun-2016 2.20 2.56 38.80 1.23 2.58% 0.00% 30-Aug-2016 2.25 2.62 39.68 1.26 2.52% 0.00%
31-Dec-2016 31-May-2016 31-Mar-2016 1 481,776 41,653 33,534 23,750 - 830,780 - % 6.96% 2.86% 469,367 102.64 99.29 5.06 4.89 0.00 0.00 1.7700 1.71   18.32%   1.98% 31-Mar-2016 2.42 2.36 47.83 1.37 2.09% 0.00% 31-May-2016 2.19 2.13 43.28 1.24 2.31% 0.00%
31-Dec-2015 29-Feb-2016 31-Dec-2015 4 431,880 41,012 39,490 20,072 26,550 929,259 132.28% 9.14% 2.16% 531,005 81.33 89.01 3.78 4.14 5.00 5.47 1.7500 1.92   -12.58%   -0.58% 31-Dec-2015 2.21 2.72 58.47 1.26 1.71% 2.26% 29-Feb-2016 2.28 2.80 60.32 1.30 1.66% 2.19%
31-Dec-2015 27-Nov-2015 30-Sep-2015 3 540,554 50,396 39,268 22,960 - 852,941 - % 7.26% 2.69% 495,896 109.01 111.40 4.63 4.73 0.00 0.00 1.7200 1.76   19.22%   13.27% 30-Sep-2015 2.02 1.85 43.63 1.17 2.29% 0.00% 27-Nov-2015 2.17 1.99 46.87 1.26 2.13% 0.00%
31-Dec-2015 28-Aug-2015 30-Jun-2015 2 401,536 37,340 26,098 19,259 - 715,862 - % 6.50% 2.69% 461,846 86.94 82.75 4.17 3.97 0.00 0.00 1.5500 1.48   -17.30%   -7.97% 30-Jun-2015 2.27 2.61 54.44 1.46 1.84% 0.00% 28-Aug-2015 1.86 2.14 44.60 1.20 2.24% 0.00%
31-Dec-2015 29-May-2015 31-Mar-2015 1 372,012 39,569 32,014 23,289 - 682,683 - % 8.61% 3.41% 432,077 86.10 76.67 5.39 4.80 0.00 0.00 1.5800 1.41   15.35%   15.50% 31-Mar-2015 2.20 2.56 40.82 1.39 2.45% 0.00% 29-May-2015 2.42 2.81 44.90 1.53 2.23% 0.00%
31-Dec-2014 27-Feb-2015 31-Dec-2014 4 497,428 40,214 38,850 20,190 17,182 652,953 85.11% 7.81% 3.09% 429,574 115.80 102.51 4.71 4.16 4.00 3.54 1.5200 1.35   -0.39%   -21.56% 31-Dec-2014 1.87 1.61 39.79 1.23 2.51% 2.14% 27-Feb-2015 2.29 1.98 48.72 1.51 2.05% 1.75%
31-Dec-2014 28-Nov-2014 30-Sep-2014 3 376,100 27,929 27,591 20,270 - 602,163 - % 7.34% 3.37% 424,058 88.69 77.51 4.78 4.18 0.00 0.00 1.4200 1.24   -3.14%   0.82% 30-Sep-2014 3.11 3.51 65.06 2.19 1.54% 0.00% 28-Nov-2014 2.32 2.62 48.54 1.63 2.06% 0.00%
31-Dec-2014 28-Aug-2014 30-Jun-2014 2 466,144 44,603 30,122 20,927 - 600,330 - % 6.46% 3.49% 422,767 110.26 96.07 4.95 4.31 0.00 0.00 1.4200 1.24   3.79%   0.95% 30-Jun-2014 2.99 2.71 60.40 2.11 1.66% 0.00% 28-Aug-2014 3.17 2.88 64.04 2.23 1.56% 0.00%
31-Dec-2014 29-May-2014 31-Mar-2014 1 393,948 30,943 22,293 20,163 - 580,896 - % 5.66% 3.47% 420,939 93.59 81.19 4.79 4.16 0.00 0.00 1.3800 1.20   -21.67%   1.83% 31-Mar-2014 2.89 3.09 60.33 2.09 1.66% 0.00% 29-May-2014 2.79 2.98 58.25 2.02 1.72% 0.00%
31-Dec-2013 28-Feb-2014 31-Dec-2013 4 668,151 45,026 38,727 25,741 18,885 419,675 73.37% 5.80% 6.13% 419,675 159.21 137.70 6.14 5.30 4.50 3.89 1.0000 0.86   28.03%   117.64% 31-Dec-2013 2.28 1.43 37.17 2.28 2.69% 1.97% 28-Feb-2014 2.40 1.51 39.13 2.40 2.56% 1.88%
31-Dec-2013 29-Nov-2013 30-Sep-2013 3 475,439 27,117 29,225 20,106 - 525,403 - % 6.15% 3.83% 413,703 114.92 97.98 4.86 4.14 0.00 0.00 1.2700 1.08   -3.01%   5.13% 30-Sep-2013 2.34 2.04 48.15 1.84 2.08% 0.00% 29-Nov-2013 2.32 2.02 47.74 1.83 2.09% 0.00%
31-Dec-2013 30-Aug-2013 30-Jun-2013 2 406,602 30,500 25,983 20,731 - 500,965 - % 6.39% 4.14% 407,288 99.83 83.80 5.09 4.27 0.00 0.00 1.2300 1.03   4.70%   21.54% 28-Jun-2013 1.74 1.74 34.18 1.41 2.93% 0.00% 30-Aug-2013 2.18 2.18 42.83 1.77 2.33% 0.00%
31-Dec-2013 31-May-2013 31-Mar-2013 1 386,209 29,927 22,280 19,801 - 475,711 - % 5.77% 4.16% 406,591 94.99 79.59 4.87 4.08 0.00 0.00 1.1700 0.98   113.57%   19.82% 29-Mar-2013 1.22 1.28 25.05 1.04 3.99% 0.00% 31-May-2013 1.43 1.51 29.36 1.22 3.41% 0.00%
31-Dec-2012 28-Feb-2013 31-Dec-2012 4 1,000,811 -124,960 -138,591 -145,948 10,162 451,226 - % -13.85% -32.34% 406,510 246.20 206.26 -35.91 -30.08 2.50 2.09 1.1100 0.93   -863.17%   -1,074.81% 31-Dec-2012 0.82 0.33 -2.28 0.74 -43.78% 3.05% 28-Feb-2013 0.815 0.33 -2.27 0.73 -44.05% 3.07%
31-Dec-2012 29-Nov-2012 30-Sep-2012 3 580,175 36,460 29,644 19,124 - 552,200 - % 5.11% 3.46% 406,029 142.89 119.57 4.71 3.94 0.00 0.00 1.3600 1.14   12.12%   13.95% 28-Sep-2012 0.94 0.66 19.96 0.69 5.01% 0.00% 29-Nov-2012 0.87 0.61 18.47 0.64 5.41% 0.00%
31-Dec-2012 30-Aug-2012 30-Jun-2012 2 625,336 28,826 26,751 17,057 - 552,321 - % 4.28% 3.09% 406,119 153.98 128.87 4.20 3.52 0.00 0.00 1.3600 1.14   3.21%   23.45% 29-Jun-2012 1.02 0.66 24.29 0.75 4.12% 0.00% 30-Aug-2012 0.92 0.60 21.90 0.68 4.57% 0.00%
31-Dec-2012 31-May-2012 31-Mar-2012 1 419,203 24,697 21,113 16,526 - 531,917 - % 5.04% 3.11% 406,044 103.24 86.39 4.07 3.41 0.00 0.00 1.3100 1.10   10.38%   -9.20% 30-Mar-2012 1.25 1.21 30.71 0.95 3.26% 0.00% 31-May-2012 1.21 1.17 29.73 0.92 3.36% 0.00%
31-Dec-2011 29-Feb-2012 31-Dec-2011 4 595,206 30,087 22,823 14,972 20,290 405,806 135.52% 3.83% 3.69% 405,806 146.67 122.67 3.68 3.09 5.00 4.18 1.0000 0.84   -10.79%   82.01% 30-Dec-2011 1.13 0.77 30.63 1.13 3.26% 4.42% 29-Feb-2012 1.41 0.96 38.22 1.41 2.62% 3.55%
31-Dec-2011 24-Nov-2011 30-Sep-2011 3 523,722 33,258 22,848 16,783 - 499,832 - % 4.36% 3.36% 406,368 128.88 107.93 4.13 3.46 0.00 0.00 1.2300 1.03   21.47%   94.36% 30-Sep-2011 1.01 0.78 24.46 0.82 4.09% 0.00% 24-Nov-2011 1.07 0.83 25.91 0.87 3.86% 0.00%
31-Dec-2011 26-Aug-2011 30-Jun-2011 2 513,102 23,288 17,398 13,817 - 483,195 - % 3.39% 2.86% 399,335 128.49 105.74 3.46 2.85 0.00 0.00 1.2100 1.00   -24.08%   28.11% 30-Jun-2011 1.42 1.11 41.04 1.17 2.44% 0.00% 26-Aug-2011 1.11 0.86 32.08 0.92 3.12% 0.00%
31-Dec-2011 26-May-2011 31-Mar-2011 1 394,336 25,083 19,463 18,200 - 472,882 - % 4.94% 3.85% 397,379 99.23 81.27 4.58 3.75 0.00 0.00 1.1900 0.97   121.25%   243.53% 31-Mar-2011 1.62 1.63 35.37 1.36 2.83% 0.00% 26-May-2011 1.73 1.74 37.77 1.45 2.65% 0.00%
31-Dec-2010 25-Feb-2011 31-Dec-2010 4 605,893 3,698 12,893 8,226 13,880 396,593 168.74% 2.13% 2.07% 396,593 152.77 124.87 2.08 1.70 3.50 2.86 1.0000 0.82   -4.74%   207.94% 30-Dec-2010 1.50 0.98 72.32 1.50 1.38% 2.33% 25-Feb-2011 1.47 0.96 70.87 1.47 1.41% 2.38%
31-Dec-2010 26-Nov-2010 30-Sep-2010 3 289,134 21,309 12,597 8,635 - 336,685 - % 4.36% 2.56% 396,100 73.00 59.59 2.18 1.78 0.00 0.00 0.8500 0.69   -19.94%   195.97% 30-Sep-2010 0.89 1.22 40.83 1.05 2.45% 0.00% 26-Nov-2010 1.24 1.70 56.88 1.46 1.76% 0.00%

PBT = Profit before Tax, NP = Net Profit, NP to SH = Net Profit Attributable to Shareholder, Div = Dividend, NP Margin = Net Profit Margin, ROE = Return on Equity, NOSH = Number of Shares, RPS = Revenue per Share, EPS = Earning Per Share, DPS = Dividend Per Share, NAPS = Net Asset Per Share, EOQ = End of Quarter, ANN = Announcement, P/RPS = Price/Revenue per Share, P/EPS = Price/Earning per Share, P/NAPS = Price/Net Asset per Share, EY = Earning Yield, DY = Dividend Yield.


NOSH is estimated based on the NP to SH and EPS. Div is an estimated figure based on the DPS and NOSH. Net Worth is an estimated figure based on the NAPS and NOSH.

Div Payout %, NP Margin, ROE, DY, QoQ Δ & YoY Δ figures in Percentage; RPS, EPS & DPS's figures in Cent; and NAPS's figures in Dollar.

All figures in '000 unless specified.


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NickOoi What is going on at muhibahhh
03/08/2020 11:09 AM
Fundamentalist91 Relax, its uncertainty, hence why the selling in Muhibbah.

Once we get a real access to the business damage and recovery road, we'll bounce back. Investors hate uncertainty, that leads to selling aggressively until oversold.

By the time you panicked and sell also, its probably already the dip. So its better you hold.

We're already oversold and I'm buying more. Muhibbah have strong cash balance, good dividends even in rough times and i sure believe they'll recover.
03/08/2020 2:27 PM
seng0326 Scary muhibah... Keep droping.. Dividend this year not sure have or not
03/08/2020 3:43 PM
firehawk some ppl think should rebound, but .......
03/08/2020 3:52 PM
NickOoi Just only can keep it as long term or cut losss
03/08/2020 4:29 PM
firehawk Read frontken report Q result ended Jun is better (YoY), this is good for Muhibah!
04/08/2020 10:54 PM
uptrending Funds are collecting in the market.

I think many retailers sold and switched to Pandemic Related Stocks for fast and fiery returns. Ultimately, this stock would be in strong hands..
05/08/2020 7:51 PM
Warrenbuffet888 Pandemic and other rubbish stock which 30% limited up related counter will be collapsed soon, all money will flow back to blue chip stock like muhibah.
09/08/2020 1:41 PM
aspenvit All oil counters up, why this one no movement?
11/08/2020 7:37 PM
NickOoi This is construction sector
11/08/2020 9:12 PM
tamp0i Monitoring... Potential to go up soon
11/08/2020 9:56 PM
RainT plus airport
12/08/2020 3:00 PM
PenghuluGia Dividend.. 2.5

https://www.klsescreener.com/v2/announcements/view/3208935
12/08/2020 7:19 PM
Nalab72 Terima kasih Penghulu
13/08/2020 6:24 PM
soon9913 CAMBODIA border slowing reopen aldy. casino also allow to operate.. recovering
17/08/2020 4:46 PM
shareinvestor88 SELL TP 20C
17/08/2020 11:21 PM
dex rebound soon
23/08/2020 10:18 AM
WorldWideInvestor My Views For September

What is important in the current sentiment?

Vaccine is coming, but I will not listen to Malaysia company that hoo haa say that they got contract. I will sell off my Hexza.

Construction will boom, but I still will sell my Muhibbah, Gkent and Mahsing. This is because the expected Q3 result to drop, so the price will soon follow.

On my trip to Woodlands, I thought that Technology will boom, so I have made the decision to put 98% of my cash into Technology stocks like Dufu, Penta and MPI.

CONCLUSION

SELL

HEXZA | SELL | RM1.47 = RM1470X50=73500
MUHIBBAH | SELL | RM0.83 = RM730X50=41500
GKENT AND MAHSING | SELL | RM0.85 = RM850X50=42500

BUY

DUFU | BUY | RM3.55 = RM3550X25 =RM88750
MPI | BUY | RM14.99 = RM14990X5=RM74950
PENTAMASTER | BUY | RM4.68 = RM4680X7=32760

HOLD

VIVOCOM : HOLD | RM0.02 = RM20X2500 = RM50000

CASH AT HAND = RM3540
23/08/2020 7:23 PM
ragesliew NTA 2.38.
Company performance badly impacted by MCO and Cambodia airport.
26/08/2020 8:40 PM
Fundamentalist91 #WorldWideInvestor

That's a very small portion of cash in hand. In this crazy times, its not wise to be overconfident, most stocks are overstretched and got higher than pre-covid even though it is also negatively effected by Covid.

So there might be a big pullback to a more reasonable valuation, Its better to have more cash in hand, more bullet to buy at cheaper price.

As for Muhibbah, its already low, ofcourse Q2,Q3 is bad but the market always reacts earlier, thats why most of the companies that's post bad Q2 result right now didn't get sold, investors already expects that.

The price is already low as it is for Muhibbah, there's not much room for further potential drop.

Sure tech is a great stock, but often times they're over valuated and more prone to pump and dump scenarios.

Anyway, good luck with your method, I bought at RM0.85 and I'm holding Muhibbah long term, its a great company with consistent performance, there's nothing to lose in long term.
28/08/2020 11:24 AM
RainT another big loss
28/08/2020 5:51 PM
RainT @fundamentalist91

u wrote consistent performance for MUHIBAH ?

Can you see MUHIBAH profit is a roller coaster and also make loss in 2 quarters?

So this can call consistent performance for long term?
28/08/2020 5:54 PM
Fundamentalist91 @RainT

I'm talking about years, I'm not talking just about this year.

53 quarters since 2007

How many quarters are loss? 4 quarters only my friend

How many stocks in Malaysia, that's about the same market cap, same sector, that could match Muhibbah consistency? you can easily count la

is there any year that doesn't have dividend payout at all since 2007? None

so you see, this loss that Muhibbah is making right now, its not because they're a company with bad management, but its because of Covid.

and will covid stays forever? for quite a while sure, but forever? Nope, there will be vaccines, there will be a recovery

and Muhibbah, a company without management issue, will recover and be back in business easily.

I would easily pick a company with great management, vision and records than a company that benefits short-term from covid.
31/08/2020 8:24 PM
Maxigain Well said
31/08/2020 10:00 PM
RainT @Fundamentalist91

good insight!

thanks for sharing!!
02/09/2020 6:36 PM
ragesliew Fundamentalist,

Well said. Muhinah has been expanding the yard at Klang to cater for increased and big construction project. Unfortunately, they got hit by CoVID in Malaysia and Cambodia. They re-started work during CMCO but running at 50%. Should see improve results in Q3, 2020 results but it will only be announced in Nov 2020.
07/09/2020 8:48 PM
scooter General Meeting tomorrow 130pm.
Will dividend finally declared?
09/09/2020 10:18 PM
Prashan Ram 2.5 cents
10/09/2020 6:31 PM
scooter 2.5c, nt bad in tis year. Hopefully share price stand above rm1
10/09/2020 10:22 PM
RainT I m waiting to buy at 72 sen

When will come ...
13/09/2020 8:23 AM
JayC88 soon soon... i wait at 70
25/09/2020 6:48 PM
CertifiedAnalyst Muhibbah is going under. one should look at its cashflow and pause to rely on past paper profits. After all, assuming past is an indicator of future is similar to farm chickens expecting to be feed every morning.

Starting with debt payable by this year, within 12 months, the total is 1.1 billion, included bills payable. those who say it is cash rich should check how much cash it left after removing favelle favco’s portion, left less than 350 million.

It has a practice of rolling over its bill payables, a credit card alike bank facility in layman’s term, with realisation of order book. However, its order book now, excluded that of favelle favco, is less than 700million. If it would manage to exhaust all of its order book in 12 months and banks would willing to finance the heavily debt-ridden company, then, combined with its cash, it has just enough to pay the coming short-term debts, before dividend and other operating expenditures.

The easier way to understand this is to look at the dividend it will receive from favelle favco in November, rm20 million, 60% of total favelle favco dividend, but it will only pay its own for 11million, suggesting that it pockets the difference to finance its ongoing difficulties and that other business segments, airports and construction, are in negative cashflow.

Therefore, those on paper profits with SCA that have been retained for decades are failed to translate into hard currency, even in critical time, raising questions of its management’s effectiveness in converting receivables into cash.

One recent apparent failure is when it failed to collect receivables of a ship it built from M&G, and thus translating the sum into acquisition of the ship’s share.
A simple analogy would be a developer still let a purchaser to buy a newly built customised-house after purchaser failed to secure full loan from bank, in turn, the developer will own certain percentage of the house for the failed payment. That strongly suggests a failed management in planning and execution.

With construction of new cambodian airports by chinese and lack of success in profitable constrcution’s bidding, its prospect is dim. However, the biggest concern now is its going-concern, unless it manages to get new loan amid of pandemic crisis to stay afloat or new project, last announced was more than 12 months, to finance its cashflow with bills payables.

Knowledgable analysts such as those of kwsp and tabung haji have dumped most of their holdings, ceased to be substantial investors since May. those holding for hoping its share price would rebound should consider their chance of profiting is higher on casino’s table.
29/09/2020 5:40 PM
michaelwong CertifiedAnalyst , good knowledgeable sound sharing . Ur good work sharings needs to be appreciated much !
29/09/2020 5:55 PM
Chekky Stock issue lo, those that believe in the company will cough out more money. Those that are scared will run away.
02/10/2020 7:06 PM
uptrending ONE AND ONLY ONE POST FROM A COMPLETELY NEW ACCOUNT OF A SELF CLAIMED CERTIFIED ANALYST...
03/10/2020 10:46 AM
Maxigain Post removed. Why?
03/10/2020 3:53 PM
uptrending Early bird catches the worms.
Buy stocks that will shoot up when vaccines past the third phase testing. Now is the time, ahead of time.
03/10/2020 7:18 PM
RainT MUHIBAH still got hope??

Almost all shareholders were dumping this company
04/10/2020 7:11 PM
uptrending Where have all the shares gone? Haha
04/10/2020 11:39 PM
uptrending The 21% associate, Cambodia Airport, is cash rich with minimun debt. The carrying value for the 21% stake is RM700+ million.

Over the past 6 years since 2014, total profits due to Muhibah, less dividend received, and retained in the associate is about Rm400 million, which is more than the present Market Cap of RM 385 million.

58.6 % subsidiary, Favelle Favco, worths more than Rm300 million at the present market value..

What a steal @77 cents
05/10/2020 9:34 AM
CertifiedAnalyst How could a right issue resolves a 1 billion debt due in 12 months when its market cap is valued at only 380 million? Unless it raise 3 times of its market cap, then its own management, mac’s family and executives, whose own about 25% of total shareholding needs to come out with 280 million from their personal pockets to avoid their shares’ dilution.

Of course 3 times is an extreme measure assuming no other source of fund. Anyway, when everyone in the management knows the company is going under, convincing them to go deeper with extra personal capital is simply impossible.

Anyone familiar with right issue or any other issue including bond knows that most, if not all, of issues are sold to big investors before they are offered to the public, perhaps left less than 10% of raised capital. In this particular case that Muhibbah’s substantial investors, excluding management, such as KWSP and Tabung Haji have disposed their shareholding since May 2020, so it is unlikely to expect any other big investor to fill the gap, even if the management team members are willing to dilute their own shares by not pouring personal capital into a sinking ship.

One does not need to post several to proof his credential, quality of work prevails quantity’s.
@uptrending. may be you should just focus on its recent dividend distribution and seek for truth at the easier ground, given your intellect‘s limitation to understand complexed analysis: Why when it will receive 20 million from Favelle Favco in November but only pay its own dividend for 11 million?

That implied ordinary Favelle Favco shareholder is better off by owning only its crane subsidiary, instead of owning the parental company, Muhibbah, which diluted Favelle Favco’s return at 45% for losses in airport and construction.

That explained Favelle Favco’s share has rebounded but not Muhibbah’s. Your reverse logic, which saying worth of its subsidiary and SCA is not reflected in that of parental is an opportunity is simply ignorance to the fact that the Market has valued Muhibbah as almost negative for its heavy debt, is completely flawed.

SCA like any other airports in the World is suffering from pandemic and will face intense competition from new Chinese-owned Cambodian Airports, so it is unlikely for SCA to pay any dividend to shareholders in coming years.
Moreover, Muhibbah being minority shareholder, even with 30%, in SCA is unable to exert influence on SCA’s dividend policy. It is obvious when it needs to pay 40-50 million interest annually for years because of its heavy debt, but leaving the so called 400 million with SCA for decades for 0 interest. That raised the questions of management’s competency in converting paper profit into cash and plausibility of its revenue recognition, perhaps yet another accounting scandal to be unveiled.
05/10/2020 3:22 PM
uptrending 2 posts, solely on Muhibah
05/10/2020 4:20 PM
uptrending Current Asset is more than rm1 billion is completely ignored...

Muhibah never raised RI in the past 20 years.

Don't try to raise fears to the retailers to collect cheap..
05/10/2020 4:28 PM
uptrending In the past 20 years, Muhibah built Favelle Favco, and Airport Concession Business in Cambodia. That speak volume of the Management.
05/10/2020 4:30 PM
CertifiedAnalyst Current assets that cannot translate into cash, except cash itself, are merely temporary losses parking in balance sheet, inflated by paper profits through accrual and implausible profit recognition. The management has proven to be incompetent in converting receivables, derived from paper profits, into cash in several cases, including M&G’s. That has always been my focus, unless you are not paying attention just as you do on your blunt analysis.

No one is questioning the management’s ability of expanding its business, after all what is required for expansion is primarily money, raised by equity, or debt such as the 1 billion currently sitting on Muhibbah balance sheet.

Rest assured that no reasonable retail investor will touch this counter until it resolves its severe insolvency doubt, just as KWSP and Tabung Haji have disposed its shares at heavy losses.
05/10/2020 5:11 PM
uptrending Receivables and Contract work in progress cannot be translated into cash? Over the past 20 years, Cambodia Airports as an associate accounted for rm1, 026,458,000 share of profits to the company and the company received rm522, 694, 000 as dividend, a pay out ratio of 51%. This profits cannot be converted into cash? Just paper?

Why are you so interested in this counter out of the 1000 in bursa? Purposely created a new account and posted self claim excellent analysis just on this company?

I will just ignore from now on..
05/10/2020 6:34 PM
CertifiedAnalyst a wise individual would recognise an effect on balance, in which both positive and negative; both debit and credit, before drawing into conclusion.

What I have demonstrated was that there is reasonably weaker force in the current assets than current liability, a solid, indisputable1 billion debts due to banks.
The weaker current assets consist of only 350 million cash after removing falleve favco’s and of some accruals, paper profit, that are based purely on management’s discretion, accruals that in several cases failed to convert into cash. That would drawing its financial into deep current liabilities, in turn, could result inability of serving the 1 billion debt due in 12 months.

One can continue to brag about single force, without considering into both forces into equilibrium, or worse justify past performance, such as payout ratio, as future’s guarantee.

I am here to show the full pictures to everyone, it’s up to the readers to judge whether they want to invest their hard earned money into Muhibbah, which, in my opinion, has severe going concern doubt, and at least not only judging based on a one-sided, skewed opinion.
05/10/2020 8:14 PM
pack3321 certified i think you sure lose alot in muhibah ,
nvm i just in muhibah 0.77
06/10/2020 12:59 PM
ian0311 feel not so strong
is this a strong stock?
06/10/2020 1:01 PM
CertifiedAnalyst I’m here to give an opinion. Just as someone said how strong its payout ratio is but the fact that my whole point is on its 12 months solvency, analysing its current assets, current liability and cashflow, including the 20 million dividend it will receive from Favelle Favco but only paying 11 million to its own shareholder.

The mentioned payout ratio by the someone is referred to dividend receivable from SCA that is recorded as long term asset under investment in associate, that explained it materialise only 51% in 20 years. However, I did touch on it to highlight its unlikelihood of materialising much in coming 12 months given the reasons mentioned above.

The ability of converting receivables, example M&G’s, into cash and the plausibility profit recognition, of which contract assets and contract liability, are the key doubts on its current assets, suggesting weaker force than indisputable 1 billion debt due in 12 months, in turn, driving into deep current liability.

4 possibilities in serving the debt are highlighted but none is convincing:
1) more debt via bank acceptance but limited order book or via loan but unlikely given heavy debt and pandemic.
2) new project then finance via bank acceptance, but unlikely given pandemic
3) IR/Bond, unlikely as large investors such as KWSP and Tabung Haji have left.
4) return from operations, extremely unlikely given its nov dividend is at discount 45% of crane dividend, suggesting that airport and construction are in negative return and thus that its contract asset and liability, exclude crane, are subject to scrutiny.
4a) dividend from SCA, unlikely because pandemic and new airports by Chinese. Besides, it is a long term asset that materialise slowly throughout 20 years, unlikely resolving the immediate 1 billion debt due in 12 months, given being minority so unable to exert influence on dividend policy such that to release all remaining retained profit.

A wise man should ask the right question. There is no need to question my credential and identity as it does not has any bearing to your wealth, question the facts presented. Be smart.
06/10/2020 5:01 PM