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Sunday, November 29, 2015

I Am not sure if this how operators actual work but worth the sharing. You guys decide. 

You may have seen a stock pump and dump underway the last couple of months in the Bursa Malaysia stock market for any number of small cap and medium cap companies. 

The whole reason behind a stock pump and dump is for the stock pumpers to profit.

These pumpers – some persons, or some group, buys shares in a company.

They promote this stock to other investors.

The share price rises due to the other investors buying the stock and then pumpers unload their shares at a premium to other investors.

5 Steps In A Stock Pump and Dump

Step 1 – The Bait
This is the first step where the pumpers share the “good news” on a stock they bought earlier.
They spread the good news via personal emails lists, stock forums, money magazines, social media, words of mouth (via broker) or even go as far as getting the newspaper to write an article on this.

During The Bait stage, some popular sentences you always hear -
“The company is negotiating some hundreds of millions ringgit projects”
“The stock is undervalued and have huge upside potential”
“The stock is dirt cheap … you don’t want to miss out when the ‘good news” come out …. soon!”
“The stock is 20 cents with the target price (TP) of $1.20 …that’s a 500% gain!
Could this possibly be true?

Step 2 – The Rally
During this rally phase, the stock will start moving aggressively with the people who got the “good news” buying and pushing up the stock price and daily volumes 5 to 10 times higher than when the first “good news” posted as the bait was released. 
And every day, for the next week, next two weeks, next month, you’ll see those same subject lines with the same calls to action: Buy, buy, buy…good news coming soon! Target price $1.50 …. jump in now!
And if you’ve already bought, the goal is to get you to buy more.

Step 3 – The Sell Off
The stock pumper generally refer to this as a “temporary profit taking.” In other words, they’re blaming a group of investors taking some profits who are driving down the stock prices.
However, the more likely culprit here is that all those pumpers who bought up million-plus share positions early on and are starting to dump their shares onto a very artificial market.
Unfortunately for the other hapless investors, most of those shares were sales executed by these pumpers as the stock plummeted below the price where most of them bought in.

Step 4 – The Rebound
Eventually, with enough work, enough spam, and enough new names pouring in thinking they are getting a bargain, the selling tide abates and the stock moves up again.
During The Rebound, popular sentences you always hear -
“The stock is a bargain at this price, buy now before it move again!”
“The stock is technically oversold and ready to resume its rally!”
“I just bought 300 lots at this cheap price.Getting ready for the bounce.”
In the next couple of days, the price does indeed recover, maybe as much as double from its sell off lows.

Step 5 – The Demise
In this stage, the stock slowly drop and keep dropping for weeks and months till all the selling dry up.

There is no more “good news” or is usually the case, no news on the stock at all.

All the stock pumpers have left the stock and they are promoting a new hot stock to new investors.

All we know, based on the pumper’s subject line, was that any chance for more gains on the stock pretty much went up in smoke the moment they came out with a new stock pick.

Legitimately promoting stocks is accepted, ethical, and if done right, profitable for everyone – investors and owners alike.
However, an evil cousin of legitimate promoting is a stock pump and dump.

Designed to be little more than a short-term artificial boost to the share price of a stock, stock pump and dump generally last only as long as it takes for those who financed the pump to sell their shares on their unsuspecting fellow investors.
Don’t be fooled by these stock pump and dump scams in the stock market by learning how to invest wisely on stocks.

Monday, October 19, 2015

'Like' - KMLoong

Monday, October 19, 2015 0 Comments
To cushion against the volatility of CPO prices, some plantation companies have diversified into the more stable milling business. One such company is Kim Loong.
The Johor-based company trades at a relatively undemanding P/E of 13.3 times and 1.6 times book (16 Oct 2015). It has net cash of RM248.1 million or 79.7 sen per share, which translates to 28.4% of its RM874.6 million valuation (16 Oct 2015).

Because of its stable milling business, Kim Loong is able to consistently pay dividends. Since FY2011, its payout ratio has ranged from 50-70% of net profits. The company paid a special dividend of 10 sen per share in August 2015, bringing total dividends to 23 sen in the past 12 months.

Kim Loong owns 14,901ha of planted oil palm land in Johor, Sabah and Sarawak. 91.1% of its trees are mature and should provide stable fresh fruit bunch (FFB) output moving forward. Its three mills processed 1.2 million tonnes of FFB in FY-Jan2015 — 3.9 times what the company’s estates produced. The mills also boast an above-average oil extraction rate of 22.4%.

For 1HFY2016, Kim Loong’s profit before tax (PBT) from its upstream activities slumped 41.7% y-o-y to RM24.4 million on the back of lower FFB prices. However, PBT from milling was steady at RM27.1 million compared to RM27.3 million in the previous year.

This highlights the defensive nature of Kim Loong’s business model. In addition, it should also benefit if the rally in CPO prices (Sept – Oct 2015) is sustainable.

Moving forward, Kim Loong plans to develop 2,067ha of land into oil palm plantation in Sarawak pending approval from the state. Construction of a fourth mill should be completed by 2017, which will boost its milling capacity by 300,000 tonnes a year.

Friday, October 16, 2015

At rm0.78, PENTA is trading at undemanding valuations of trailing 11.3x PER (12.9% below peers’ 13x) and 1.6x P/B (43.1% discounts against peers’ 2.8x).

A break above rm0.80 could see prices enroute to rm0.845 followed by rm0.915. Support at rm0.76, rm0.73 followed by rm0.72.

An established automated equipment manufacturer with diversify exposures in various sectors.

To recap, over the last 5 years, PENTA has developed new automation solutions and products for industries other than the semiconductors, such as medical gloves, F&B, LED, logistics , automotive and RFID. The effort had reduced PENTA’s dependence on semiconductor industry from over 80% prior to 2013 to below 50% targeted for 2016.

PENTA is also a beneficiary of the strong US$ (vs. RM) as approximately 80% of its revenue is denoted in US$ against 20% of its raw materials costs denominated in US$.

PENTA’s 3Q15 results are likely to be released before mid-Nov 2015.

Overall, PENTA remains positive on business outlook.

Its earnings’ drivers are as follow …
1. Despite experiencing some softness in semiconductor sector in 2H15, management expects semiconductor segment to make a comeback in FY16 given newer and shorter product life cycle as some products are undergoing prototyping and qualification phase now and production to start in 2016/2017.
2. Management expects increased packaging and handling equipment orders from major healthcare companies.
3. Food handler for the aviation and airport industry.
4. Automated Testing system (to test air flow, temperature, noise) for a major consumer company for its hairdryer products.
5. To manufacture 40-50 units pa for the pharmaceutical/medical industry

On 28 Sep 2015, PENTA acquired a property project management company which currently (Oct 2015) engaged in a mixed development project in Kota Bharu with guaranteed fee of RM10m. Upon the completion of the proposed acquisition, PENTA is expected to benefit from Origo’s platform to s howcase its Smart Home and Building Solutions’ offerings , given the huge potentials from growing IoT concepts (home automation/surveillance, security, energy, lighting etc).

The proposed acquisition is valued enhancing and synergistic with the benefit arising from its interoperability among solutions from different brands by using its own proprietary software (i.e low CAPEX) coupled with the expectations of increased contribution from recurring income based on long term operation and maintenance contracts.

Upon leveraging on Origo’s experience, Management expects to expand its Smart Home and Building Solutions to other enterprise/corporate segments such as malls, hospital, factories, etc with the aim of obtaining about RM20-30m contract in FY16 with target GP margin of 15%.

Currently, PENTA is in discussion stage with another development in KL. Management expects Smart Home and Building Solutions to contribute approximately 20% to o verall group’s revenue starting 2017-2018.

Total costs for its Batu Kawan’s expansion (to be funded through a combination of internally generated funds and bank borrowings) are approximately RM20m (Land: RM5m and plant construction: RM15). The plant will be completed in 2017, and will enhance the current floor space from 110k sq ft in Penang to another 100k sq ft in Batu Kawan, catering for the ceramic oven and proprietary products.

At rm0.78, PENTA is trading at undemanding valuations of trailing 11.3x PER (12.9% below peers’ 13x) and 1.6x P/B (43.1% discounts against peers’ 2.8x).

A break above rm0.80 could see prices enroute to rm0.845 followed by rm0.915. Support at rm0.76, rm0.73 followed by rm0.72.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

It has gained 1310% in the past one year as it is the major beneficiaries of the GST. It expects to sustain its strong growth momentum in 2015, driven by the launch of new cloud based solutions for SMEs and high growth from the China market.
Its official opines there is still huge potential for it to grow its recurring income as it launches its service as a Saas in June 2015. Saas allows smaller property companies to rent IFCA’s software.
SMEs can subscribe to its software services by paying a monthly subscription fee of rm4000 to rm5000 instead of forking out hundreds of thousands of ringgit upfront.

It is seeking to transfer to main market.

It posted a net profit of rm21.07 million for the financial year ended Dec 31 2014 from rm1.73 million in Fy2013 mainly due to the scalable nature of the software business. Revenue for FY2014 rose 71.59% to rm89.24 million from rm52 million.

It is Malaysia’s largest maker of cloud based software for property companies with around 80% market share of the domestic market. It serves major property developers including SP Setia, Mah Sing and EcoWorld.

With the implementation of the GST on April 1 2015, which forces smaller companies to computerize and upgrade their software believed it’s a very good time for IFCA to launch Saas.

The group will launch four Saas products in 2015, covering business accounting solutions for contracting business, standard operating procedures, marketing and contract management.

IFCA will not restrict itself to the property industry but will expand its services in the ICT, construction and engineering sectors.

For 2015, IFCA is also banking on growth from its China market.

It expects the China market to grow significantly in 2015, leveraging on its reputation and proven products. It accounted for 30% of the group’s revenue in FY2014.

IFCA’s clients in China include big names like the Wanda and R&F groups and Country garden Holdings Co Ltd. Other regional clients include Japan’s Mitsui Fudosan Co Ltd and Singapore’s CapitalLand Ltd.

Its Fy2104 recorded good results were not solely from GST software upgrade jobs, which only contributed 20% to its revenue in Fy2014. Its new software and cloud based products targeted at bigger property players like SP Setia, EcoWorld and Sunway Bhd had helped boost its profitability.

Currently (April 2015) institutional investors hold about 20% stake in the company.

As at Jan 23 2015, Yong holds a direct interest of 0.51% and an indirect stake of 42.48% in IFCA.

Going forward, IFCA has its contribution from China and it will still benefit from the migration from the Windows platform to a mobile based platform to a mobile based platform. Saas and its plan to transfer to the Main Market are the potential catalyst.

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Listing Date: 14 April 2015
Issue Price: rm0.20.

It has commenced on turning itself into a prominent industry player on multiple fronts, ranging from herb cultivation to securing new distribution arrangements in the Middle East.

The listing will not only help it raise funds but also affirm its reputation. Clients in potential overseas markets, such as the US, EU and the Middle East, will be assured that it adhere to health and regulatory guidelines.

The company is expected to benefit directly from the government’s plan to grow the local herbal supplement industry over the next few years from 2015.

Its directors comprises include former Proton Holdings Bhd chief Syed Zainal Abidin Syed Mohd Tahir, former MITI secretary general Tan Sri Abdul Rahman Mamat and Tan Sri Syed Jalaludin Syed Salim, who is the chairman of the Halal Industry Development Corporation.

Its two primarily backers – MTDC and PNS, which are ultimately owned by the Ministry of Finance – have no intention of disposing of their shards port listing.

MTDC is known for investing in biotechnology of life science companies. It has been in BioAlpha since 2008 as a venture capitalist. PNS invested in 2013 as a pre IPO investor and both investors have been instrumental in advising BioAlpha on technology and business development.

Since 2008, the company has been successfully in locking in long term growth initiatives that are directly backed by the federal and state governments. In 2011, a subsidiary of the company was appointed by the Ministry of Agriculture as an entry project point partner under the Economic Transformation Programme.

The primarily target of the initiatives is to strengthen the effectiveness of locally made herbal supplements with a view of turning them into prescription drugs. The pre clinical trials have been highly encouraging and that the clinical trials are set to begin in 2016.

In Johor, a JV was set up in 2011 between the company and state owned Johor Biotech & Diversity Corp for the cultivation of herbal plants on 295 acres in Desaru. Another subsidiary was appointed by the ECER Development Council for the same purposes on 123 acres in Terengannu.

It is set to benefit from new revenue drivers. The group is on track to enter the Middle East market in the 2QFY2105 via a collaboration with Fathima Group of Companies – a retail chain in the United Arab Emirates. Its health supplements have been screened by the UAE’s health regulators and awaiting final clearance.

Its other big push comes from establishing its own brands. The company is venturing into operating its own retail outlets.

Each new outlets will be borne by cooperative licenses of MyAngkasa, a subsidiary of the Nation Cooperative Organization of Malaysia. In collaboration, Bioalpha is also hoping to promote its products to MyAngkasa’s eight million members at some point in the future.

Its revenue has grown at a CAGR of 30% over the past three financial years (FY2011 to FY2013) while profit margin has averaged 33%.

It attributes healthy profit margin to it being in charge of the entire production process by virtue of being an ODM.

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

The wood based furniture manufacturers has fared very well due to a confluence of factors including the weakening of the ringgit that favors exporters. Having caught the upcycle early, there is more upside to the sector, with the recovery in the USD still in the nascent stage.
LiiHen is still trading at 1.2 times book value and a single PER of only 8.2 times.

The company is backed by solid underlying fundamentals – it sitting on net cash, pays consistent and fairly generous dividends double digit ROE.

In its latest 2014 results, sales totaled rm398 million driven by a 30% sales increase from the US – LiiHen’s single largest market, which accounted for 80% of sales. Sales to its second largest market, Asia, grew 20.7% year on year while demand from the remaining markets remained steady.

Net profit was up on outsized 58.7% year on year to rm28.2 million on 2014, lifted un part by one off insurance claims amounting to rm7.2 million, which more than offset asset write offs.

The company also gained from the depreciation of the ringgit. Total foreign exchange gains more than doubled to rm5.3 million in 2014.

In Jan 2015, LiiHen recognized a revaluation surplus totaling rm35 million, boosting net assets per share by approximately rm0.58 million. Most of the revalued land and buildings are manufacturing plants located in Johor.

The company is sting net cash of rm36.1 million.

It has consistently paid dividends, with payout ratio ranging from 30% to 50% of net profit.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

The KLCI remained bearish below the short term 30 day MA. However the index had managed to support above the 1780 point support level despite falling below this a few times in the past week.

Momentum Oscillators remained below their mid levels as the index was directionless, which indicates that the bears are still in the Bollinger Bands indicator are still expanding with the index trading near the bottom band. However the RSI and Momentum Oscillator indicators moved sideways and this indicates a weak bearish momentum. The index has to break above the immediate resistance level 1790 points to turn bullish.

There is a high chance for the index to rebound above the immediate resistance level. If the index can break above 1790 points, then we may see a rally to the next resistance level at 1820 points. Furthermore, the local market is oversold compared with the regional markets and hence a rebound is likely. However, the index may still weighted down by falling oil prices and a weak ringgit.

A breakout below of the immediate support level at 1774 points could point the index lower, and the next support level can only be found at 1680 points.

Menwhile it was reported that foreign holdings of local stocks have been reduced substantially, as a weaker ringgit and falling crude oil prices spurred a net outflow of RM4.57bil year-to-date (13 March 2015). To compare, the entire net outflow from the local bourse in 2014 was RM6.93bil.

Foreign investors dumped RM1.16bil worth of stocks (09 – 13 March 2015). Observers do not expect the heavy foreign selling last week to persist. It is believed the worst phase of foreign fund attrition is in the past. Due to shrinking foreign participation, which fell to less than RM1bil on 13 March 2015, expect foreign selldown to ebb away.

On the other hand, local funds supported the equity market last week and bought up RM1.13bil worth of shares. To-date (13 March 2015), local institutions have bought RM4.85bil from the stock market compared with RM8.18bil in 2014.

Foreign selling of Malaysian equities should not be too much of a concern as foreign investors only hold about 20% of local stocks compared with 43% in Malaysian Government Securities (MGS). The worry is more on Malaysians taking money out of Malaysia. However, the high saving rate and young population would continue to support the country’s growth fundamentally.

Easing monetary policy appeared to be a regional trend and that Bank Negara might take stimulating measures should loan growth decline further.

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

It was fnally awarded the contract for the chartering, operation and maintenance of a FPSO facility at the Off shore Cape Three Points Block located in the Tano Basin, approximately 60km off the coast of Ghana, by Italian oil major Eni SpA.The Sankofa and Gye Nyame discoveries hold in place resources of about 1.2 trillion cu ft of non-associated gas and about 150 million barrels of recoverable oil.

The charter will have a value of US$2.5 billion (RM9.07 billion) over a period of 15 years and options worth US$717 million for another five years. It is expected to hit first oil in the third quarter ended Oct 31, 2018, forecast.

This is the first FPSO award since its acquisition of Fred Olsen Production in 2013, and costs circa US$1 billion.

The FPSO for the job is currently (Jan 2015) undergoing steel replacements and will be converted to fit the needs of the field at a cost of USD1 billion. It will commence operation in Ghana in Sept 2017 and will start contributing to the group from financial year ending Jan 31 2018.

Due to its prudent accounting policy, Yinson will not recognise any contributions during the conversion period of about 2.5 years. However, management guides that the FPSO is expected to contribute to the bottom line significantly upon the commencement of production (first full year contribution of about RM150 million accretion to bottom line).
The recovery of non-associated gas, which is yet to be awarded, is a further upside for Yinson.
Yinson will see a positive cash flow from the contract after six to seven years.
With the new FPSO contract, its order book has ballooned to about USD5.8 billion.

Meanwhile after his resignation from the board of SKpetro, there is now speculation that Tan Sri Mokhzani could be looking at raising is interests in Yinson. However he said he had no plans at the moment.
Mokhzani via Kencana Capital Sdn Bhd owns an 18.56% stake in Yinson as at June 27 2014.

Kencana Capital is Yinson’s second largest shareholder, after the offshore services provider’s chairman Lim Han Weng’s personal direct stake of 22.04%. Lim’s spouse, Bath Lim Lian, owns 8.82%.
Mokhzani sees value in Yinson. Sources say he may want another 4% to 5% worth possibly rm100 million to push it closer to 25% via direct transaction and not from the open market.

As at Dec 9 2014, Mokhzani had a 0.16% direct stake in SKPetro and was deemed interested in another 10.38% stake via Kencana Capital and Khasera Baru Sdn Bhd, another of his private vehicles.

Yeow had a 0.39% stakeor 23.18 million shares in SKPetro.

Mokhzani also said that he has no plans to dispose of his 10.54% stake in SKPetro.

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

SCC ... Dividend Yield Stocks, Net CAsh rm0.35/Share

It may appeal to yield seeking investors. Dividends increased from rm0.05 per share in 2010 to rm0.10 per share in 2012-2013, translating into a higher than market average net yield of 6.7%.

Although earnings have been somewhat flattish over the past few years prior to March 2015, the company has a solid balance sheet with net cash of rm15.0 million or rm0.35 per share. Its trading business – SCC is mainly involved in the distribution of non antibiotic animal health products and food service equipment and supplies such as rapid cooking ovens, pressure flyers and popcorn ingredients – is asset light. Thus dividends should be sustainable.

Sales increased from rm35.6 million in 2011 to rm38.7 million in 2013 but pre tax profit declined from rm7.2 million to rm6.9 million. Net profit margin was decent, at 13.1 – 14.6% during the same period. With no borrowings ROE was high, averaging 15.9% from 2011 to 2.13.

For 2014 sales increased 5.9% year on year to rm41.0 million while pre tax profit surged 30.9% to rm9.0 million mainly due to higher sales of food service equipment and supplies.

SCC started distributing animal health products in 1974. Its main suppliers are US based Anitox Corp, a global leader in the control of pathogens and other unwanted microbes and South Korea Hyun Young International Corp. The company concentrates on clean feed solutions as well as other non antibiotic animal feed additives.

The food service equipment segment began in 1978 after the company’s founders ventured into the fast food industry. Some of SCC’s poultry farm customers also followed the same path, thereby boosting demand for its food service equipment. The unit accommodated for 58.7% of sales in 2013 with the balance coming from animal health products.

It is trading at a trailing 12 month PER of 9.7 times and PER of 1.89 times.

Monday, March 9, 2015

An integrated chicken egg player is producing a three million eggs a day which is among the largest in Malaysia, and has set an ambitious growth target. It aims to spend RM200mil to grow its capacity by 67% to five million eggs a day in the next four to five years from March 2015.
Teo Seng, joinly controlled by the Lau family of Leong Hup and the family of managing director Nam Yok San, has been reporting healthy numbers.

It is one of the few poultry players not to have suffered a full-year loss since its listing in 2008. It also enjoys among the highest profit margins in the industry. It achieved a 12.8% net profit margin for the financial year ended Dec 31, 2014, among the highest of all poultry players for that year.

As an integrated player, Teo Seng has its own in-house feedmill to cater to its needs.

It also has a geographical advantage because its farms in Johor are close to Singapore where most of the exports go to.

The company exports 25% to 30% of its production.

While some 90% of its income is derived from selling eggs, it also produces egg trays and animal health products.

It also has low debt levels, with a gearing ratio of a mere 0.5 times, compared with many competitors with high debt levels. Teo Seng’s low gearing, coupled with its free cash flows enable the company to easily fund its expansion plans. Teo Seng has a cash balance of close to RM40mil as of Dec 31, 2014.

Teo Seng has a dividend policy of paying out between 25% and 30% of profits.

Late 2014, Teo Seng embarked on another rewarding exercise for shareholders – giving free bonus shares and warrants.

For FY2014, Teo Seng enjoyed a year-on-year 107% jump in its earnings to RM48.62mil from RM23.42mil.

The company presently (06 March 2015) trades at an undemanding historical price earnings ratio of 10 times.

Thursday, March 5, 2015

The protracted slump in crude oil prices and the weakened ringgit against the USD are proving to be boon for local plastics manufacturers – the former is an essential raw material in the production of polyethylene resin, and the latter provides obvious foreign exchange gains for export oriented players.
SCGM is one company that is expecting a windfall from these two developments.
It exports up to 47% of its products.

It is anticipating record profits in its 4QFY2014 ending April 30 2015.

Falling crude oil prices have resulted in cheaper product-ion of polyethylene.

SCGM generally use SGD and USD for its dealings. The weakness of the ringgit is good for SCGM as it sees extra benefits in terms of forex gains.
Low oil prices resulted in a 30% drop in the price of polyethylene. This will result in short term improvement on the margins of plastics manufacturers.
Apart from SCGM, other downstream players like Daibochi and Packaging Industry are least likely to be affected as their clients are mostly food and beverages companies.
The demand of plastics packaging is expected to grow in tandem with population growth and urbanization.
It will be setting up a factory in Japan soon. It is also considering India and Australia.
For TGuan it is not experiencing the positive effects of the forex yet. The appreciation of the USD is generally good for it as 75% to 80% of its sales is in USD. However in Dec 2014 it had some carried over hedged USD position against the ringgit.The positive effects of the weaker ringgit will only be reflected in its 2Q results after the unwinding of the hedging effects.

Thursday, February 26, 2015

FGV ... Why SellDown !!!

Thursday, February 26, 2015 0 Comments
Share price dropped was due to group’s disappointing quarter.

Observers maintained their bleak outlook on the group’s performance, stating that the downstream segment remained a challenge. The weaker fourth-quarter earnings was attributed to lower plantation and downstream contributions.

Its outlook remains bleak due to poor quarterly results and potential removal from the FTSE Bursa Malaysia KL Composite Index due to its lower market capitalisation.

Turnaround is unlikely in the near term and financial year 2015 (FY15) and FY16 forecast earnings were reduced mainly attributing its weak performance to the loss-making downstream segment due to negative refined, bleached and deodorised and margins, while upstream lacked lustre on low production and prices.

Its bleak outlook remains unless FGV can boost net profit via earnings-accretive acquisitions and extract synergy from its previous acquisitions.

Every RM100 per tonne change in crude palm oil prices could affect its earnings by 4%-6% per annum.

Thursday, February 12, 2015

The index was likely dragged down by the plunged in Tenaga share price as TNB is one of its component stocks. TNB stock price were dogged (11 Feb 2015) by negative sentiment on concerns that its earnings would be affected by the lower electricity tariff.

Other sources have confirmed that a letter to that effect has been sent to 1MDB, which has been negotiating a loan with tycoon T. Ananda Krishnan to repay the debt. It is not known if the bllionaire has agreed to provide the loan. EOD is an action or circumstance that causes a lender to demand full repayment of an outstanding balance sooner than it was originally due.

At the global markets, investor worries over the outcome of euro zone ministerial meetings about Greece's debt crisis, while oil prices dropped for a second day on more signs of oversupply.

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

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Quarter 1 2015 FKLI/FCPO Results :
Trade 48/14 -> +75.5
Trade 1/Q1/15 -> +39
Trade 2/Q1/15 -> +11.5
Trade 3/Q1/15 -> +14
Trade 4/Q1/15 -> -19.5 (+120.5)
Trade 5/Q1/15 -> -19
Trade 6/Q1/15 -> -34.5
Trade 7/Q1/15 -> -12
Trade 8/Q1/15 -> -31.5
Trade 9/Q1/15 -> +55 (+78.5)
Trade 10/Q1/15 -> -47
Trade 11/Q1/15 -> -25.5
Trade 12/Q1/15 -> +40.5

January 2015 ==> +46.5
Trade 13/Q1/15 -> L1777.5
Trade 1/Q1/15 -> -105
Trade 2/Q1/15 -> +107
Trade 3/Q1/15 -> -51
Trade 4/Q1/15 -> +62
January 2015 ==> +13
Trade 5/Q1/15 -> S2340
September = +127
October = +69
November = +28
December = +336

Total 127+69+28 = +224

September 2014
Trade 01/14 -> +34
Trade 02/14 -> +8
Trade 03/14 -> -12
Trade 04/14 -> +45
Trade 05/14 -> +1 Total so far (+76)
Trade 06/14 -> -6
Trade 07/14 -> -9
Trade 08/14 -> +1
Trade 09/14 -> +23
Trade 10/14 -> +23 Total so far (+108)
Trade 11/14 -> +3
Trade 12/14 -> -10.5
Trade 13/14 -> +26.5 TOTAL SEPT 14 (+127)
FKLI October 2014
Trade 14/14 -> +19.5
Trade 15/14 -> -9
Trade 16/14 -> +33
Trade 17/14 -> -19
Trade 18/14 -> +31.5 Total so far (+56)
Trade 19/14 -> -30
Trade 20/14 -> -15
Trade 21/14 -> -39
Trade 22/14 -> +35
Trade 23/14 -> +37 Total so far (+44)
Trade 24/14 -> -27
Trade 25/14 -> +25.5
Trade 26/14 -> -6
Trade 27/14 -> +8
Trade 28/14-> -12 Total so far (+32.5)
Trade 29/14 -> +36.5 Total October (+69)

127+69= +196

FKLI November 2014
Trade 30/14 -> -15
Trade 31/14 -> -12
Trade 32/14 -> +29.5
Trade 33/14 -> -37.5
Trade 34/14 -> +23 Total so far => -16
Trade 35/14 -> -4
Trade 36/14 -> -2
Trade 37/14 -> +24
Trade 38/14 -> +12
Trade 39/14 -> +30 Total so far => +44
November -> -16+44 = +28

FKLI December
Trade 40/14 -> +86.5
Trade 41/14 -> +12
Trade 42/14 -> +52.5
Trade 43/14 -> +33.5
Trade 44/14 -> +74 Total so far = +258.5
Trade 45/14 -> +70.5
Trade 46/14 -> -34.5
Trade 47/14 -> +26.5
Trade 48/14 -> +15

Total Dec = +336

Total Sep 2014 to Dec 2014 = +560


September = +49
October = -68
November = +306
December = +426

Total 49-68+306 = +287

September 2014
Trade 01/14 -> +92
Trade 02/14 -> -30
Trade 03/14 -> +113
Trade 04/14 -> -126 TOTAL SEPT 14 (+49)
FCPO October 2014
Trade 05/14 -> +115
Trade 06/14 -> -30
Trade 07/14 -> -36
Trade 08/14 -> -81
Trade 09/14 -> -108 Total so far (-140)
Trade 10/14 -> +72 Total October = -68

49-68 = -19

FCPO November 2014
Trade 11/14 -> +165
Trade 12/14 -> +86
Trade 13/14 -> +59
Trade 14/14 -> +32
Trade 15/14 -> +24 Total so far => +366
Trade 16/14 -> -30
Trade 17/14 -> -30
Total November = +306
Trade 18/14 -> +139
Trade 19/14 -> +68
Trade 20/14 -> +62
Trade 21/14 -> +157

Total Dec = +426

Total Sept 2014 to Dec 2014 = +713

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Friday, January 16, 2015

Quarter 1 2015 FKLI/FCPO Results :

Trade 48/14 -> +75.5
Trade 1/Q1/15 -> +39
Trade 2/Q1/15 -> +11.5
Trade 3/Q1/15 -> +14
Trade 4/Q1/15 -> -19.5 (+120.5)
Trade 5/Q1/15 -> -19
Trade 6/Q1/15 -> -34.5
Trade 7/Q1/15 -> -12
Trade 8/Q1/15 -> S1735

Trade 1/Q1/15 -> -105
Trade 2/Q1/15 -> +107
Trade 3/Q1/15 -> -51
Trade 4/Q1/15 -> +62
Trade 5/Q1/15 -> S2340

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