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12 May 2016, 08:14 PMPost #101
Bloomberg TV: Vivocom 1Q Earnings Surges 2,000% https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=DR9IbaL7WAc&feature=youtu.be
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13 May 2016, 08:44 AMPost #102
Vivocom 0069 KLSE DARLING STOCK.

BURSA VOLUME & LIQUIDITY LEADER.

KLSE ACE MARKET BIGGEST COMPANY MARKET CAP NOW RM1.25B ASSUMING ALL WARRANTS CONVERTED.

TODAY GAP UP DAY BASED ON TECHNICAL CHARTS TO 39c - 42c LEVELS.

CIMB NEW TARGET PRICE REVISED TO 78C!

PREVIOUS TP 67 ONLY.

HEARD COMPANY ANNOUNCING BONUS SHARE ISSUE LIKE LAST ROUND 1 FOR 3 AGAIN.

MARKET TALK ALSO VIVOCOM JUST RECEIVE ANOTHER MAJOR CONTRACT OVER RM500M.

GAP UP AAR. GRAB ANYTHING BELOW 40C.

SHARES HEADING TOWARDS 48C NEXT WEEK. BFM: Vivosom International 1Q Net Profit Surge 27 Times To RM 25 Million From The year Ago Driven By Its Construction Business (hourly business news)
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13 May 2016, 01:08 PMPost #103
http://www.theedgemarkets.com/my/article/vivocom-1q16-net-profit-smashed-expectations-says-cimb-ib-research
Vivocom 1Q16 net profit smashed expectations, says CIMB IB Research
By theedgemarkets.com / theedgemarkets.com | May 13, 2016 : 9:47 AM MYT

KUALA LUMPUR (May 13): CIMB IB Research has maintained its “Add” rating on Vivocom International Holdings Bhd at 36 sen with a higher target price of 78 sen (from 67 sen) and said Vivocom’s annualised 1Q16 net profit smashed house expectations by coming in 76% above our previous full-year forecast.
In a note May 12, the research house said Vivocom’s margins were boosted by the final certification of works on several building jobs.
“We raise our FY16F EPS by 31% but maintain FY17-18 EPS.
“Maintain Add with a higher SOP-based target price of 78 sen, with construction earnings valued at 10.5x, 30% discount to the sector P/E of 15x.
“Potential re-rating catalysts are continued flow of new contracts and potential bonus issue,” it said.
At 9.31am, Vivocom topped the actives list and fell 2.78% or 1 sen to 35 sen with 74.53 million shares done.

Unfortunate timing today

Msci rebalancing Maybank and Cimb weighting got reduced so index got whacked.

Profit taking after news was expected. Yesterday and today's sell down have chased out quite a bit of speculators, the price should stabilize at current level and our concern now is the overall market sentiment

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Vivocom dips 2.7% in line with broader market retreat
By Sangeetha Amarthalingam / theedgemarkets.com | May 13, 2016 : 11:38 AM MYT

KUALA LUMPUR (May 13): Vivocom International Holdings Bhd dropped 2.78%, falling in line with the sudden fall in Bursa Malaysia, which slumped 24.38 points to 1,624.6 points in early trade.

The stock, which has gained 27.27% year-to-date, dipped one sen to 35 sen with 95.2 million shares done for a market capitalisation of RM931.4 million. Over the week, it has been the top active counter.

Its sudden dip in share price surprised CIMB IB Bhd analyst Marcus Chan who expected Vivocom to continue its uptrend, following its outstanding first quarter ended March 31, 2016 (1QFY16) results.

He opined it could be a result of the overall Malaysian stock market’s performance that has taken a hit with banking and oil and gas related shares falling.

“I am surprised, because I expected it to do well today, because of their outstanding earnings. I believe Vivocom would do better next week, as it expects a RM700 million contract coming up. It should recover,” he told theedgemarkets.com

In a note today, Chan said CIMB raised Vivocom’s earnings per share by 31% to impute higher gross margin, given its strong 1QFY16 results.

Target price was raised to 78 sen, with an unchanged “add” call, he said.

Yesterday (May 12), Vivocom posted a 27 times higher net profit for 1QFY16 at RM25.12 million, from RM923,000 a year ago, driven by the group’s construction business.

Earnings per share rose to 0.81 sen, from 0.09 sen last year.

Its revenue for 1QFY16 also rocketed 20 times to RM141.54 million, from RM7.04 million.

Vivocom said the construction segment contributed 88.9% or 125.81 million to the group’s total revenue under the quarter under review, while its manufacturing division contributed 5.7%, with the remaining 5.4% coming from its telecommunication towers business.
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14 May 2016, 12:49 PMPost #104
http://www.stockhut.com.my/news/155938
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14 May 2016, 07:46 PMPost #105
http://www.theedgemarkets.com/my/article/undervalued-underfollowed-ace-stocks-keep-eye?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook
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16 May 2016, 08:33 AMPost #106
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16 May 2016, 01:40 PMPost #107
End-Day Review & Analysis 16 May 16

VIVOCOM dipped in early trading on an active round of profit-taking that took prices to a low of 33.0 and then closed off from its lows at 33.5 sens, down one sen.

MSCI rerating and weakness in the KLCI were factors linked to the morning selling pressure.

At total of 81.70 M changed hands with bulk of morning's trades done at 33.5 M shares.

Breakdown of trades suggests that selling volume was well absorbed with buyers booking sellers on 51.6% of all trades.

Technically, we are at an oversold state and prices are set for further consolidation trading and could enter into a mild technical rebound soon.

From its historical-high of 37.0 sens, VIVOCOM has given back 4 sens in a matter of two trading day.

As such, many Investors and traders are not keen to sell and are taking advantage of the current weakness to buy.

The Quantitative Algorithm signals remained negative at close and called for softer trading conditions in the immediate term.
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16 May 2016, 04:38 PMPost #108
Vivocom believers,

Chin up n be proud of your Top Stock Pick, Vivocom.

Put the whole Vivocom share trajectory in full perspective.

Dun forget Vivocom was only 8c in Sept 2015. Several weeks ago was 23c, then 26.5c n now 33.5c.

Yes Vivocom has retraced from 36.5c at its peak.

It's a healthy correction against very battered, weak n vulnerable mkt conditions.

Vivocom the only shining beacon in an otherwise overly bearish trading environment.

Vivocom rose against the odds.

Perhaps Vivocom believers expected to be charting 38c - 42c levels too quickly too soon.

Maybe Vivocom believers were overly optimistic n hence set their expectations too high.

Never mind, there is never a perfect playing field especially in the stock market.

Regroup n relook at your trading strategy. Till the dust settles down, the present levels at 33.5c to 34.5c are excellent buying opportunities.

Vivocom shall see 36c - 38c level sooner than think.

Vivocom true believers should be proud of their stock pick as it is after all the market darling n KLSE top volume n liquidity leader.

Vivocom shall conquer n soar again at a measured pace. Slow but steady n yet surely. Only when the market is ready. When the timing is right.

NEVER BE FOOLHARDY IN YOUR TRADING CHARGE. BUY LOW SELL HIGH is always safe.

The journey has just begun. Take a long term view cos Vivocom is A GEM.
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17 May 2016, 01:59 PMPost #109
Mid- Day Review & Analysis 17 May.

VIVOCOM ranged narrowly in consolidation trading and ended unchanged at 33.5 sens.

Volume was extremely low at 14.9 M shares, signaling the slow down in profit-taking activities.

Bulk of the trades were at 33.5 level where 12.76 M shares were transacted.

Buying-interests were seen to be consistent and persistent at 33.0-33.5 levels.

Steady conditions today were influenced by strong rebound in the FKLI futures that rose 14.0 points after recent excessive losses.

Meanwhile, the Quantitative Algorithm signals are still in negative mode and signal further sideways actions.
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17 May 2016, 10:25 PMPost #110
End-day Review & Analysis.

VIVOCOM closed down one sen after having traded in very thin trading.

Total daily sank to 42.53 M shares.

Sharply lower volume on the third day of declines indicates that the selling pressure has started to fizzle.

It was a sparing sort of trading with buyers booking sellers at 33.5 and followed by sellers booking sellers at 33.0 level.

This is typical of a congestion or consolidation trading phase and this pattern is expected to persist for the next few sessions before prices start to rebound from its sell down lows.

The 33.0-34.0 levels are technically considered as excellent levels to buy in.

The Quantitative Algorithm signals remains in negative mode and continues to signal further sideways trading for the immediate term.
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18 May 2016, 01:56 PMPost #111
Mid-Day Review & Analysis. 18 May

VIVOCOM made fresh decline-lows at 32.0 sens, pressured by moderate selling pressure and settled the morning fractionally softer at 32.0 sens.

Despite buyers firmly positioned the entire morning at 32.0-32.5 levels, sellers persisted in their selling on thin volume.

Total of 36.5 M shares changed hands.
Bulk of the trades (34.09 M shares) were done at 32.5 sens where volume distribution were in favor of sellers.

T-4 liquidation were partly attributed to the weaker sentiment.

Early sharp losses in the KLCI to 1618.0 pts effected early sentiment.
The KLCI subsequently rebound sharply and regained all it earlier losses and settled the morning at 1627.0 points.

From its peak of 37.0 sens, VIVOCOM prices have been on downward trend for the last four days.

Technically, the immediate term momentum remains neutral-to-negative.

The momentum setting would turn positive again only when values trade back above the 33.0-34.0 levels.

People who buy at the 32.0-33.0 levels would be well rewarded in the event prices take a strong technical rebound in the coming days.

The Quantitative Algorithm signals are still negative mode and have not given the trend-change signal yet.
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18 May 2016, 06:34 PMPost #112
End-Day Review & Analysis 18 May

VIVOCOM established fresh decline-lows in late-afternoon selling pressured by T-liquidation at 31.5 sens.

Prices closed the day off marginally from its intra- day lows at 32.0, down one sen from previously.

Daily volume was moderate at 69.6 M shares.

Sellers were the obvious aggressors, giving 71.6% of total trades to buyers.

As at closed, prices are at their 13-days low and is now considered to be in a grossly oversold position.

Signs of a strong imminent technical rebound has yet to emerge.

Today's technical flush-out has taken prices into an extended-move and this would halt only when weak holders are completely bailed-out or when buying-interests return in a big way.

When would the price recovery starts?

I honestly do not know.
I know that it would take place when we least expected it to happens.
That is guaranteed!

The Quantitative Algorithm signals remains weak and showed that the current trend is still negative.

Vivocom shall rise again n again n again. Don't stop believing. Our fundamentals are sound n solid.

We are just at a bad phase of extreme irrational bearish market sentiments.

Nonetheless, it nows presents an excellent opportunity to accumulate Vivocom shares.

Be A Contrarian!
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19 May 2016, 06:37 PMPost #113
CLASSICAL KEY REVERSAL SIGNAL. End-Day Review & Analysis 19 May

VIVOCOM hit a decline-low at 30.0 sen early today and rebounded sharply to settle at 32.0, unchanged from previously.

From today's remarkable performances, any trader or technical analyst worth their salt would conclude that VIVOCOM's downward trend has ended.

We have now entered new phase or cycle-change that would take values higher to regain a large portion of it recent excessive losses cause by the negative MSCI reweighing.

The chart configuration today is called a classical bullish key-reversal. It confirmed that VIVOCOM has hit its sell off bottom and the next wave is an upward bullish wave!

From current levels, VIVOCOM can easily regain a hefty part of its losses without even blinking an eye.

Immediate upside recovery-target is now seen at the 34.5-35.5 levels.

Technically, the prospects of prices charging upwards to revisit its historical-highs at 37.0 sens are extremely strong considering the very solid underlying fundamentals that has not change during the recent weakness

Traders wanting to buy may like to take any sellers offer at 33.0 or lower.

The Quantitative Algorithm signal has yet to give the buy-signal. As and when it does, prices would have moved above the 34.0 sens.
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21 May 2016, 10:35 AMPost #114
MIDF Research maintained its positive stance on the construction sector with players such as Gamuda Bhd, Muhibbah Engineering (M) Bhd, and Vivocom International Holdings Bhd as its preferred stocks for investments.

Read more: http://www.theborneopost.com/2016/05/20/citp-to-boost-growth-of-malaysia-construction-industry/#ixzz49EWRzMQx
http://www.theedgemarkets.com/my/article/vivocom-bags-rm46m-construction-job-pahang
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23 May 2016, 09:19 AMPost #115
Vivocom - Buy low Sell High.

Now is super low. More big contracts to come out soon.

BI announcements oso out soon.

Q2 gna be even stronger than Q1.

If not for MSCI Reweighting n 1MDB, VIVOCOM now easily at 38c - 40c levels.

Market will normalise n by then you wont get it below 36c.

Why WAIT!!!
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23 May 2016, 05:46 PMPost #116
End-Day Review & Analysis

VIVOCOM settled the day one sen lower at 31.0 sen.

It was a holiday-type of trading as volume sank to 29.50M shares, the lowest in twenty-two days.

Sellers were seen to be the aggressors as 62.0 % of the day's trades were sellers giving to bids.

Chart wise, the technical setting turned negative with the fail-reversal configuration occurring at today's close.

In any case, we are very likely to get some congestion trading in the immediate term as prices attempt to find a base at the 31.0-32.5 levels

The Quantitative Algorithm signal closed negative and calls for further sideways congestion trading.
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24 May 2016, 02:20 PMPost #117
Mid-Day Review & Analysis 24 May

VIVOCOM ended the morning half a sen lower dampened by light selling interests.

The bulk of the total 14.518 M shares were traded at 31.0 level.

As at morning's close, moderately firm buying-support were seen at the 30.0-30.5 levels where a total volume of 27.0 M shares were parked.

Strictly from a technical point of view, the failed rebound reversal-rally attempt at 33.0 level three days ago shows that price momentum is still negative.

Immediate price congestion is now expected at the 30.5-32.0 levels.

The Quantitative Algorithm signal remains in negative mode.
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24 May 2016, 08:44 PMPost #118
End-Day Review & Analysis 24 May

VIVOCOM prices dipped to its decline-low of 30.0 sens on moderate selling and then rebounded to close the day unchanged at 31.0 sens.

Total volume increased marginally to 36.11 M shares.

As at the close today, the chart-picture has altered slightly to a neutral setting.

Two attempts to break below the 30.0 level were made over the last four sessions failed with prices rebounding marginally.

As such, we can consider the 30.0-31.sen level as the immediate chart-support level.

The immediate term trend would turn negative if they are violated in the next few sessions.

The Quantitative Algorithm signal finished the day negative.
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27 May 2016, 03:37 PMPost #119
Mid-Day Review& Analysis 27 May

VIVOCOM rose on a technical rebound after ten days of losses and closed the morning 1.5 sen higher.

Volume was moderate at 19.58 M shares. Buyers dominate the scene by taking sellers on 69.8% of the trades.

Is this the end of the 10-day old downward trend or is this just a knee-jerk reaction to a grossly over sold position?

Based on chart interpretation, what we are seeing now is the fourth-wave of the downward cycle, which is minor technical price rebound.
The last and fifth-wave is usually a downward wave that would mark the end of the bearish cycle.

The Quantitative Algorithm closed the morning in positive convergence and has yet to give a buy-signal.
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30 May 2016, 07:16 PMPost #120
red alert in this stock

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