26 May 2015

Padini Holding Bhd

Bougth 10,000 units of Padini recently at RM1.39 (equivalent to PE ~10 or DY ~7%).

  • Revenue and Profit CAGR ~13% during past five years.
  • ROAE maintained above 20% for many years.
  • high dividend yield. 
  • net cash position.
During past few years, the company had been gradually switching its weight from single-brand outlets towards multi-brand stores, and had been gaining success with this strategy. I'm in opinion that the growing momentum of its Padini Concept Stores and Brand Outlets network will continue to drive the revenue in double-digit growth for the next few years.

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Investment in Padini currently weight ~5% in my portfolio.

Target return rate: 15~20% p.a. (including dividend)
Target holding period: 3 ~ 5years.


21 May 2015

Lowering Position in Gloves

Sold all my holdings on Supermax, Kossan, and part of Hartalega recently.

Glove-companies are still one of my favorite investment. The main reason of selling is to further diversify my portfolio into other businesses. After this sale, the weight of glove-companies in my portfolio has drop from previously ~25% to about 14% now.

08 January 2015

My Portfolio at the end of 2014.

The holdings are exactly same as previous year. There's no selling/buying, or any newly-injected fund during the whole year.

The best performers in the portfolio are AirAsia and CBIP, both had been gaining more than 20% in value. While the share prices of Supermx, Pwroot, AeonCr, PPB and DLady had experienced some fall during the year, I believe that their fundamentals are still good, and may perform better in coming years.

The investment return of my portfolio during 2014 was about 1.3% p.a., slightly better than KLCI's performance.


01 January 2014

My Portfolio at the end of 2013.

Activities during the year:
  • new fund: RM 72k.
  • stocks sold: all the "value-stocks",  XDL, Notion, TSH.
  • decrease holdings: PwRoot (sold half of it).
  • increase holdings: PPB, AirAsia.
  • new investment: LPI, Supermx, CBIP, DLady, Takaful, UoaDev, AeonCr.
The share price of glove companies had experienced a sharp hike during this year. I'm in opinion that these companies were undergoing a revaluation by the market -- thus we saw PE ratio of Hartalega and Kossan had been rising to above 20 during the year, and I think Supermx will be catching up soon.

While the falling share prices of AirAsia and UoaDev were a bit disappointed, the good performances of PwRoot, PPB, TSH, Takaful and LPI were well above my expectation.

The investment return of my portfolio during 2013 was about 33% p.a., much higher than KLCI's performance.


27 November 2013

Increase holdings in AirAsia.

AirAsia has always been one of my favourite company.

Besides all those negative factors that affect its short-term prospect,
I had never doubted about its long-term profitability and growth potential.

Hence, I see the recent price correction of its share as an opportunity to increase my holdings, and just bought 2000 shares of AirAsia at RM2.40.

Now the company forms ~10% weight in my portfolio.

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