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Monday, April 11, 2011

Bursa Malaysia Share Market High Dividend Yield Stocks

The list is selected Bursa Malaysia share market highest dividend yield stocks covered by RHB. Why I put up the list? This RHB is good, they put the list not just for dividend yield, but they COMBINED it with decent growth.

Their title is called High Dividend Yielding Stocks With Decent Earnings Growth.

As I have mentioned in PEGGY Method that we should not buy shares just based on high dividend yield, but also consider other factors such as decent growth. The list also have PE ratio and ROE. Gearing is not available, but is not an issue because if the stock can pay high dividend, then gearing probably will not be high and many are net cash.

Sorry about the alignment, not good at computer. The price is a bit outdated.

The column sequence is:
Share Price (RM)
Div. Yield (%) FY11
Div. Yield (%) FY12
EPS Growth (%) FY11
EPS Growth (%) FY12
PE Ratio (x) FY11
PE Ratio (x) FY12
P/NTA (x) FY11
ROE (%) FY11
DiGi.Com 27.90  8.3  8.7  14.8  5.1  16.0  15.3  25.6  90.0
VS Industry 1.91  8.2  10.1  47.5  28.4   6.6  5.1  1.2  13.3
AXIS Reit 2.36  8.0  8.2  18.2  1.5  12.4  12.2  1.0  8.8
Daibochi 2.50  8.0  8.5  21.6  16.8  8.6  7.3  2.8 16.2
Glomac^ 1.75  7.0  8.3  23.3  18.8  7.2  6.1  0.8  12.1
Paramount 5.49  6.9  7.3  8.4  15.1  7.2  6.3  1.0  13.9
TH Plantation 2.00  6.5  6.5  32.9  5.9  8.2  7.8  1.8  22.5
STAR 3.56  6.5  6.5 5.6 5.5 13.5 12.8 3.0 20.1
Amway 8.70  6.4  6.7  12.0  27.0  16.3  12.8  6.9  41.7
Maybank 8.75  5.4  6.1  12.2  9.8  14.5  13.2  2.0  14.6
Century Logistics 1.88  5.4  6.2  9.3  15.8  7.0  6.0  0.9  16.8
MCIL^ 1.13  6.5  6.8  6.4  5.5  10.6 10.1 1.8 14.3
Media Prima 2.49 5.2 6.0 16.3 17.6 13.7 11.7 2.6 14.9
FreightManagement 1.06 5.2  5.2  12.5  8.9  7.0  6.4  1.2  16.6
PublicBank-L 13.04  5.2  5.7  10.4  10.6  13.5  12.2  3.1 24.5
Adventa^ 2.41  5.0  6.1  28.4  29.1  8.0  6.2  1.5  20.1
^ FY11-12 valuations refer to those of FY12-FY13 
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7 comments:

  1. Peggy, this report is in PDF, right?
    If it is, then in your Adobe Reader, you can export that table in picture format by doing the following:

    1) scroll to the section you want to take picture.
    2) click tools -> Select & Zoom -> Snapshot Tool
    3) click and drag the area you want to take picture.
    4) Run your Ms Paint. Paste (Ctrl V) and save the picture.

    Keep up your good blog! :)

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  2. Dear Peggy , can you comment on Mesiniaga and Sapura Industrial ? Both seem to have high dividend, Can i buy now ?

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  3. sorry, no info on the two counters.

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  4. peggy, how you get div yeild for digi at > 8%??? if take last year, div is at 165c, net yield is only abt 6%, not close to the figures you put up.

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  5. This report is copied from RHB.
    As highlighted by you, and I went to check, yes, you are right, it is only about 6%.

    But why RHB put 8%.

    I can think of one reason. Before this, in 2010 I was arguing with an analyst on PBBank. Based on PBBank dividend paid, PBBank yield was lower than a research report. This is what the analysts told me, he said the dividend yield is based on gross dividend. Because PBBank pay single tier net dividend, they gross it back to gross dividend. I totally disagree to it, because it is misleading and overstated.

    I don't know why RHB put 8%, but I guess this is the same case with Pbbank. Thanks for highlighting.

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  6. yah man, bro, thanks for comments. i mistakenly said net yeild, is actually gross yield. so net maybe even less if got tax. yeap, some fo the figures released by teh research is off.

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