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Destiny
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19 Jan 2012, 10:10 PMPost #21
Oic ...if wanna hold long term can ma....i wanna good dividend toorolleyes no need everday to watch the screen ...stress ...but some ppl say July will hav big sales wo....shutup
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19 Jan 2012, 10:21 PMPost #22
Oic ...if wanna hold long term can ma....i wanna good dividend too...Destiny @ 19 Jan 2012, 10:10 PM

I used to be like that also and i think most of the beginner will be going thru this process also.

I have been wasting too much of time in short term trading. Yes, i did earn som money from it and i learned a lot also.

But, i realized that long term investment is the way to make "big" money. Yes, you can make 10, 20, 30% from short term, but you can lose at the same time.

If i can focus on high dividend + growing stock few years ago, the profit that i will have definitely much more than short term trading. When i look at the long term stocks that i sold in order to have money to trade for short term, i have only 1 word to describe...sadmad.

Those counters are HARISON, PARAMON, BSTEAD.
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19 Jan 2012, 10:27 PMPost #23
This fews days play contra lose rm800 bucksrant win lose win lose ...heart attack....cry better buy good fundamental stock....still learning just 1 1/2 years in market ...yup paramon,ncb,plenitude also not bad ...I got 1 sifu who tell me de....
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19 Jan 2012, 10:37 PMPost #24
This fews days play contra lose rm800 bucks...Destiny @ 19 Jan 2012, 10:27 PM

Yup. Those are pretty good stocks for long term. thumbup
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20 Jan 2012, 11:53 AMPost #25
today q at 1.290wub
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20 Jan 2012, 11:56 AMPost #26
today q at 1.290...Destiny @ 20 Jan 2012, 11:53 AM

Haha...Good luck. Happy new year also.
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20 Jan 2012, 11:59 AMPost #27


Haha...Good luck. Happy new year also.ILoveDividend @ 20 Jan 2012, 11:56 AM

u too gong xi fat chaismilehope my ang pau will lai....thumbup
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20 Jan 2012, 02:58 PMPost #28

u too gong xi fat chai...Destiny @ 20 Jan 2012, 11:59 AM

got it at 1.290yeahsee u at 2.290wub
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20 Jan 2012, 03:01 PMPost #29

got it at 1.290...Destiny @ 20 Jan 2012, 02:58 PM


Wah..you are so greedy. My target only 10% dividend yield for every year. wub
Destiny
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20 Jan 2012, 04:45 PMPost #30
may i know b4 they split how much hashy
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20 Jan 2012, 04:52 PMPost #31
may i know b4 they split how much ha...Destiny @ 20 Jan 2012, 04:45 PM

Do you mean 2008? I cannot recall what is their highest price that time.
But is that important?
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20 Jan 2012, 04:56 PMPost #32


Do you mean 2008? I cannot recall what is their highest price that time.
But is that impo...ILoveDividend @ 20 Jan 2012, 04:52 PM

no lah...just curious mashyi first time heard this counter from this forum...smilethis counter quite cold.
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26 Jan 2012, 07:56 PMPost #33
Volume and price also going up a lot today. Hardly see wellcal moving up so much, hopefully a good report will be announced soon. But please dun move up too fast, I yet accumulate enough. smile
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29 Jan 2012, 11:51 AMPost #34
Added more @ RM1.35. wub
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29 Jan 2012, 09:54 PMPost #35
ILoveDividend, you're really confident about this counter. thumbup
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30 Jan 2012, 09:07 AMPost #36
ILoveDividend, you're really confident about this counter. ...gen_hwang @ 29 Jan 2012, 09:54 PM
yeah. Wellcal is my largest holding in my portfolio now. Hope it will give me good profit this year. But i have accumulated enough for now and will for their next report before decide to buy again. Good luck for all the wellcal's shareholder.
Hope dragon year is a good year for wellcal. HUAT AH....drool
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30 Jan 2012, 04:48 PMPost #37
me still waitin 4 big angpowsmile
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01 Feb 2012, 05:36 PMPost #38
Following my recent divestment of Zhulian, Wellcall has become my new home.
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01 Feb 2012, 07:18 PMPost #39
Following my recent divestment of Zhulian, Wellcall has become my new home.gen_hwang @ 01 Feb 2012, 05:36 PM

WELCOME ABOARD Gen Hwang. Hopefully its EPS can hit 4cents for the coming quarter report. smile
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07 Feb 2012, 12:26 PMPost #40
Wellcall to revive expansion plan
Posted on 7 February 2012 - 05:39am
IZWAN IDRIS

KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 7, 2012): Rubber product makers are enjoying a revival with their profits set to improve on lower raw material costs and favourable exchange rates.

But while the market was quick to re-rate glove makers, industrial rubber hose maker Wellcall Holdings Bhd continues to struggle to attract investors, despite a steady growth in revenue and profit in the past three years.

Some analysts said the lack of a firm expansion strategy is capping the group's upside potential. Others are wary about demand for industrial products as world economic growth slows.

"This year will be a better year for us,'' executive director Alex Chew told SunBiz in a recent interview.

He said the group is revisiting a plan shelved in 2009 to boost factory floorspace by 50% and has allocated RM15 million to acquire a small plot of adjacent land, and machinery.

"We are now operating at about 75-80% capacity, and can probably squeeze another 10% by improving efficiencies. But we will need a bigger space to take the company to the next level,'' he said.

The last major expansion was completed in 2006, but the company had to put off the plan to acquire a new factory in 2009 because the global financial crisis that erupted in late 2008 had sapped orders from overseas.

Revenue fell by a third to RM79 million in the financial year ended Sept 30, 2009 (FY09), but had rebounded swiftly in the past three years. In FY11, the group chalked up a record revenue of RM136.8 million and net profit of RM15.39 million.

Demand is rising, especially from clients across Asia, Chew said, adding that the backlog in orders now takes three months to clear. Thus, Wellcall is "overdue" for expansion.

With cash to spare, the capital expenditure won't hurt the company's ability to maintain its steady dividend payout to shareholders.

As of last September, Wellcall had a healthy cash pile of RM33 million and carried a working inventory of about RM20 million.

Total dividend payout for the year amounted to 12 sen a share, which is more than the 11.65 sen a share it made for the whole year. In fact, the company had returned its entire annual profit to shareholders for the past three consecutive years.

The stock boasted a healthy dividend yield of 9% based on its current market price. Since its listing, Wellcall had paid out about RM75 million in dividends.

Its solid dividend track record and steady growth have attracted fund managers, including those from overseas, to acquire shares in the company from the open market.

'We have some good long-term investors keen on increasing their stake in the company,'' Chew said.

He is optimistic that FY12 will be a better year for the group.

"The lower rubber prices and the weaker ringgit are positive for us,'' he said.

Wellcall exports its products to customers in the oil and gas, and mining industries as well as food manufacturers in over 60 countries.

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