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26 Aug 2131 Dec 21Q2 Jun 2172,853-10,504-10,663-16.380.003.930 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
27 May 2131 Dec 21Q1 Mar 2198,160-8,338-8,733-13.410.004.100 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
23 Feb 2131 Dec 20Q4 Dec 2083,593-17,692-24,726-37.980.004.240 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
26 Nov 2031 Dec 20Q3 Sep 2082,609-10,197-9,067-13.930.004.400 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
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25 Jun 2031 Dec 20Q1 Mar 2074,943-11,869-11,229-17.250.004.820 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
20 Feb 2031 Dec 19Q4 Dec 19111,273-2,144-1,400-2.150.004.970 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
28 Nov 1931 Dec 19Q3 Sep 19101,909-1,543-1,699-2.610.005.050 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
26 Aug 1931 Dec 19Q2 Jun 19113,745-3,358-4,640-7.130.005.070 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
16 May 1931 Dec 19Q1 Mar 19112,9011,9618961.380.005.170 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
22 Feb 1931 Dec 18Q4 Dec 18120,3062,0631,7572.703.005.150 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
29 Nov 1831 Dec 18Q3 Sep 18143,5203,7401,8932.910.005.130 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
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16 Aug 1831 Dec 1805 Sep 1807 Sep 1828 Sep 18Interim Dividend1.00000.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
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28 Apr 1631 Dec 1501 Jun 1603 Jun 1624 Jun 16Final Dividend4.50000.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
25 Aug 1531 Dec 1511 Sep 1515 Sep 1530 Sep 15Interim Dividend2.50000.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
29 Apr 1531 Dec 1402 Jun 1504 Jun 1525 Jun 15Final Dividend4.50000.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
19 Aug 1431 Dec 1405 Sep 1409 Sep 1429 Sep 14Interim Dividend4.50000.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
29 Apr 1431 Dec 1303 Jun 1405 Jun 1426 Jun 14Final Dividend4.50000.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
29 Aug 1331 Dec 1311 Sep 1313 Sep 1330 Sep 13Interim Dividend0.00006.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
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WARISAN (5016) : WARISAN TC HOLDINGS BERHAD
petracot
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10 Jul 2012, 03:44 PMPost #1
Warisan is a laggard and unloved stock. Despite its decent earning of 21 sen, consistent dividend of 12 sen and high net asset value per share of RM3.95, the share price has been struggling within the range of RM2.20 to RM2.60 for the last 3 years. Things are about to change with earnings spiking up within the next two years:-

(a) Its tourism arm MayFlower is flourishing, with outbound and inbound tours registering high growth; total annual turnover is around RM500 million
(b) The heavy machinery division is capturing new market share especially in East Malaysia.
(c) The newly launched Automotive division, marketing China-made trucks, is making inroads into the commercial segment.
petracot
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12 Jul 2012, 10:25 AMPost #2
About 3 to 4 years ago, all three members of the Tan Chong Group namely APM, TChong Motors and Warisan were all trading in the range of RM1.50 to RM2 per share. Within the last two years, both APM and TChong have graduated to medium weight stocks of between RM4 to RM5 per share.

I observed that Tan Chong Group is now grooming Warisan to be in the same league as the other two sister companies. It may take another two years for Warisan to catch up the same level of earnig.

In the past few years, both the company and the Chairman have been buying back and accumulating Warisan shares. This company is not for quick-profit traders but long term investors. There will not be any fast money but if you have financial stamina, I believe you would be rewarded in a couple of years.
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12 Jul 2012, 10:27 AMPost #3
About 3 to 4 years ago, all three members of the Tan Chong Group namely APM, TChong Motors and Waris...petracot @ 12 Jul 2012, 10:25 AM

Thanks for sharing. It has a stable earning so far. But hope it can give more dividend. smile
petracot
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13 Jul 2012, 11:44 AMPost #4
Warisan used to be a lethargic stock, rarely traded with miserable daily volumes. Things seems to look up a little bit for the last one week; seemingly someone is nibbling into this counter to collect the shares. There is no announcement to indicate any corporate move. However, do watch out for the quarterly results in August to gauge the earning growth.
petracot
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16 Jul 2012, 08:35 PMPost #5
There was a flurry of trading activities of Warisan shares last week. Today's company announcement revealed that among other people, the controlling shareholder Tan Chong Consolidated was buying Warisan shares in the open market. They bought a total of 176,000 on 11th July. Although the volume purchased is nothing to shout about, it is pertinent to note that they have been buying consistently throughout the year. Generally, when the major shareholder or the company itself keeps buying the shares, it is worthwhile to have a look on the business potential of that company.
petracot
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20 Jul 2012, 11:56 PMPost #6
I have done a bit of research on Warisan; I am sharing some of this information for those who consider themselves as value investors. It is not my intention to promote myself or the company. Hence, the reader must sieve through this information critically and make your own judgment.

To a certain extent, Warisan's future hinges on marketing viability of Bison trucks- rebadged Foton trucks from China, which was launched in 2011. People may doubt whether China trucks would sell in the Japanese-dominated Malaysian market.

In my opinion, Bison trucks would gradually gain acceptance in Malaysia as in other countries due to the following reasons:

1) The pricing is competitive, cheaper than any other Japanese models.

2)The quality is high with Euro 2 engines, and tested in the vast region of China as the NO. 1 truck of the country.

3)If you are a businessman, you may not want to drive China-made cars for obvious reasons, but you would not mind buying China trucks for your factories because they are cheap and good.

4)Bison is marketed by Warisan's sister company Tan Chong which has a wide network of potential customers. Bison is a cheaper alternative to Nissan and UD trucks sold by Tan Chong.

petracot
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19 Aug 2012, 05:29 PMPost #7
Warisan has just released 2Q results. Net profit increased by 45% from 9.59 sen 13.98 sen per share. The company declared a interim dividend of 6 sen per share gross. If the profit can be maintained in the 2nd half, annualized earning should be around 28 sen per share. At the price of RM2.74, that works out to PER of about 10, quite decent.
petracot
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24 Aug 2012, 01:02 PMPost #8
Warisan has launched another line of products a few months ago: dump trucks, cement-mixer trucks and prime movers. All of them are heavy-duty China made trucks. The sales would pick up slowly as they are new in Malaysia. Short term contribution would be insignificant but in a longer term, profit generation could be quite substantial. Over the last two years, Warisan has expanded the Heavy Machinery and commercial vehicles division aggressively. In view of the buoyant construction industry for the next few years, the expansion augurs well for the earning growth of the company. One important thing an investor must bear in mind, Warisan has a paid-up capital of only 67,200,000 shares of RM1 only. This is a very small capital base for the size of business they are doing.
petracot
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28 Aug 2012, 04:39 PMPost #9
There is a possibility Warisan's minority shareholders could be rewarded with MayFlower shares when the latter goes for listing in 2013 or 14 as indicated by the management sometime ago. This was how TanChong shareholders benefited when Warisan was listed to accommodate all the non-motor business of TanChong in 2002.

MayFlower could be the largest tour operator in Malaysia with an annual turn over of more than RM500 Million. It will continue to grow because of its trusted quality services and the possibilities of expanding into other segment of hospitality industry. It has won many national wards from the Ministry of Tourism as well as MAS.
petracot
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03 Sep 2012, 07:51 PMPost #10
The chairman and controlling shareholder of Warisan bought 2.55 million Warisan shares on 29 August 2012, by way of direct deals. The price paid was RM3 per share. Direct deal transactions are normally not reflected on Bursa Malaysia. It is reported via company announcement.

When insider buys large volume of shares, it is an indicator of better things to come.
petracot
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14 Sep 2012, 01:16 PMPost #11
Someone asked this question about Warisan in another portal: she is interested in Warisan but unsure of buying it because her remisier told her it is difficult to buy and sell Warisan. Below is my comment for the benefit of other readers in this forum.

It is true that the liquidity of this counter is quite low. First, the capital base is small, only 67.2 million shares. Secondly, most of the shares are tightly held by the major shareholder and they keep buying in. Thirdly, potential of this company is yet to be fully realized and retail investors are not interested.

It is not that difficult to buy say 50,000 shares if you are prepared to pay market price of RM2.60 to RM2.80 per share. However, it is unlikely you can sell them for profit at this moment due to lack of retail interest.

This counter is for medium to long term investment. Certainly, it is not meant for trading or short term purpose.
petracot
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29 Sep 2012, 09:54 PMPost #12
There are some goodies in the budget store for Warisan. Tour operators which bring in more than 750 foreign tourists or 1500 local tourists will enjoy tax holiday for 3 years.

Warisan has a subsidiary tour company named May Flower which operates both inbound and outbound tours. May Flower could be the largest tour operator in Malaysia with annual gross profit of closed to 50 million RM.

There would be substantial savings in terms of tax exemption for the next three years, which in turn would be translated into higher earnings.
petracot
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06 Oct 2012, 01:37 PMPost #13
Recently Warisan launched the new line of trucks- prime mover, dump truck & cement mixer, in Bintulu, Sarawak. Within a short period of time, the company sold 50 units of various types of trucks (Business Time 5/10/2012). Bintulu is the location of SCORE - a huge industrial and infrastructural development of Sarawak, which may take more than a decade to complete. The company aims to capture 20% of the truck market share in Sarawak and 8% of national market.

As the China truck business was only launched within the last two years, meaningful profits will only roll in within next few years. Because the capital base of Warisan is only 67.2 million shares, the earning growth can be quite explosive when the sale of trucks picks up over time. Be on the lookout for BISON and AUMAN trucks on the road. When these brands are noticeable on the roads or construction sites, Warisan share price would have soared.

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