2024 SECURITIES PERFORMANCE REPORT IN BURSA MARKET

2024 SECURITIES PERFORMANCE REPORT IN BURSA MARKET

Malaysia’s stock market offers overlooked opportunities amongst the attention-grabbing high flyers. By utilizing ratio analysis, it is possible to identify higher-quality companies trading below their intrinsic value. This presents a chance to invest in solid businesses at attractive valuations.

We have compiled a robust financial ratio analysis of securities on Bursa Malaysia to screen for undervalued and overlooked stocks in this report. Across small caps to large caps, various filters have been applied through a systematic process, including lowest Price-to-Earnings, highest dividend yields, largest discounts to cash value, and more.

The objective is to uncover stocks that display strong fundamentals and upside potential that have been overlooked in the marketplace. The filters provided aim to present investors with a shortlist of stocks that warrant further research and evaluation.

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Step 1 – Select Your Securities to Review:

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Step 2 – Stock Filter Available As Below:

Basic 
Lowest Price Earning Ratio (PER) 
Highest Dividend Yield 
Highest Discount To NAV 
Highest Discount to Cash Value 
Highest Dividend Payout 
Smallest Market Cap 
Largest Market Cap 
Best Shareholders Returns (3 Years) 
Best Shareholders Returns (5 Years) 
Highest Return On Assets (ROA) 
Highest Return On Equity (ROE)
Highest Earnings Margin 
Highest Revenue Growth 
Lowest Debt To Equity Ratio 
Highest Debt To Equity Ratio  
Beta 
Lowest Long Term Beta 
Highest Long Term Beta 
Lowest Short Term Beta 
Highest Short Term Beta   

Stocks Hitting Highs/Lows 
Stocks Hitting 52 Weeks Lows
Stocks Hitting 52 Weeks Highs  

CAGR 
Highest Revenue CAGR (3 Years)
Highest Revenue CAGR (5 Years) 
Highest Earnings CAGR (3 Years) 
Highest Earnings CAGR (5 Years)  

Trailing EPS vs Historical EPS 
Best % Change 
Worst % Change 
Best Absolute Change
Worst Absolute Change
Lowest Trailing PE 
Highest Trailing PE

WarrantsFilter Available As Below:

Warrants: 
Cheapest Warrants 

Stock – Basic Fundamentals


Lowest Price Earnings Ratio (PER)

This ratio compares a company’s current stock price to its earnings per share, indicating how much investors are willing to pay for each dollar of earnings. A lower PER may suggest that the stock is undervalued.

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Highest Dividend Yield 

The dividend yield is the annual dividend payment divided by the stock’s current price. A higher dividend yield reflects a larger return for investors in the form of dividends relative to the stock price.

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Highest Discount To NAV

This refers to the discount at which a closed-end fund’s market price trades relative to its net asset value (NAV). A higher discount to NAV suggests the fund’s market price is lower than the calculated value of its underlying assets.

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Highest Discount to Cash Value

Similar to the discount to NAV, this ratio indicates the discount at which a company’s market price trades compared to its cash value, emphasizing the company’s cash reserves.

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Highest Dividend Payout  

This ratio represents the proportion of earnings a company pays out as dividends. A higher dividend payout ratio indicates a larger percentage of earnings distributed as dividends.

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Smallest Market Cap

Market capitalization is the total value of a company’s outstanding shares. The smallest market cap signifies a company with a relatively low total market value.

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Largest Market Cap

The largest market cap indicates a company with the highest total market value.

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Best Shareholders Returns (3 Years)

This measures the total return to shareholders, including dividends and stock price appreciation, over a three-year period.

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Best Shareholders Returns (5 Years)

This measures the total return to shareholders over a five-year period.

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Highest Return On Assets (ROA)   

ROA evaluates a company’s efficiency in generating profits from its assets. A higher ROA indicates better asset utilization.

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Highest Return On Equity (ROE)

ROE measures a company’s profitability by assessing how effectively it uses shareholders’ equity. A higher ROE signifies stronger profitability.

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Highest Earnings Margin

Earnings margin is the ratio of net income to total revenue, indicating the company’s profitability. The highest earnings margin reflects a larger proportion of profit relative to revenue.

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Highest Revenue Growth

This ratio measures the percentage increase in a company’s revenue over a specific period, with the highest value indicating the most robust revenue growth.

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Lowest Debt-To-Equity Ratio

This ratio gauges a company’s financial leverage by comparing its total debt to shareholders’ equity. A lower debt-to-equity ratio suggests lower financial risk.

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Highest Debt-To-Equity Ratio 

Conversely, the highest debt-to-equity ratio indicates a higher level of financial leverage, which may entail increased risk for investors.

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Beta

Beta measures a stock’s volatility relative to the market. A beta greater than 1 suggests higher volatility compared to the market, while a beta less than 1 indicates lower volatility.


Lowest Long Term Beta 

This refers to the stock with the lowest beta over an extended period, indicating relatively stable price movements compared to the market.

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Highest Long Term Beta

Conversely, this highlights the stock with the highest beta over an extended period, suggesting more volatile price movements compared to the market.

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Lowest Short Term Beta 

Similar to long-term beta, but focuses on a shorter period, reflecting recent or immediate market trends.

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Highest Short Term Beta

Reflects the stock with the highest beta over a shorter period, indicating heightened volatility in the recent term.

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Stocks Hitting Highs/Lows

This indicates the stocks in a given market that have reached their highest or lowest prices, reflecting trends and potential market sentiment.


Stocks Hitting 52 Weeks Lows   

Identifies stocks currently trading at their lowest prices in the past 52 weeks, potentially signaling underperformance or negative sentiment.

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Stocks Hitting 52 Weeks Highs   

Conversely, this highlights stocks trading at their highest prices in the past 52 weeks, indicating potential strength or positive sentiment.

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CAGR

Stands for Compound Annual Growth Rate


Highest Revenue CAGR (3 Years)

Measures the highest average annual growth rate of a company’s revenue over a three-year period, providing insights into its sales growth trajectory.

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Highest Revenue CAGR (5 Years)

Similar to the 3-year metric, this measures the highest average annual growth rate of a company’s revenue over a five-year period.

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Highest Earnings CAGR (3 Years)

Assesses the highest average annual growth rate of a company’s earnings over a three-year period, offering insights into its profitability trends.

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Highest Earnings CAGR (5 Years)

Similar to the 3-year metric, this measures the highest average annual growth rate of a company’s earnings over a five-year period.

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Highest DPS CAGR (3 Years)

This metric measures the highest Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of a company’s Dividends Per Share over a three-year period. It provides insights into the average annual growth rate of dividend payments per share during that time frame.

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Highest DPS CAGR (5 Years)

Similar to the 3-year metric, this measures the highest Compound Annual Growth Rate of a company’s Dividends Per Share over a five-year period. It offers a longer-term perspective on the average annual growth rate of dividend payments per share.

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Trailing EPS vs Historical EPS

Compares a company’s current earnings per share (EPS) to its historical EPS, helping investors assess whether earnings are increasing or decreasing over time.


Best % Change

Represents the stock or investment with the highest percentage change in value over a specified period, indicating strong performance.

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Worst % Change

Conversely, this highlights the stock or investment with the highest negative percentage change, indicating poor performance over a specified period.

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Best Absolute Change

This represents the stock or investment with the most favorable or highest absolute change in its price over a specified period. It reflects the security that has experienced the most significant positive movement in terms of price.

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Worst Absolute Change

Conversely, this highlights the stock or investment with the most unfavorable or lowest absolute change in its price over a specified period. It indicates the security that has experienced the most significant negative movement in terms of price.

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Lowest Trailing PE

Reflects a company’s current stock price relative to its past 12 months of earnings. The lowest trailing PE suggests a potentially undervalued stock.

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Highest Trailing PE

Conversely, the highest trailing PE indicates a relatively higher valuation compared to the company’s recent earnings, suggesting a potentially overvalued stock.

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Screenshots are taken as of 29/12/2023, please click on the link to get the latest information.


 Warrants:

Financial instruments granting the holder the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell an underlying asset at a predetermined price within a specified time frame. Warrants are often used for financing and provide leverage, with call warrants for buying and put warrants for selling. They can be traded on secondary markets, impacting dilution and influenced by factors like the underlying asset’s price and time until expiration.


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