S&P 2010 Stock Picks – 25 Stocks to Outperform FBM KLCI



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Standard & Poor’s recently issued a comprehensive report on Malaysia and make 25 stocks picks that they believe will outperform FTSE Bursa Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Composite Index (FBM KLCI) in 2010.

This year, share prices are not as cheap as in early 2009 and the market will be more volatile. Standard & Poor’s however, maintain FBM KLCI target at 1,400 points in 2010 for an 11% return.

They believe the chosen stocks will be the best poised to benefit from the economic recovery and with relatively comfortable valuations to hold up against the increased volatility in the market. The managements of the chosen company also have a proven track records. Some of the chosen companies are also the dominant players in their fields.

Below is the 25 stocks that  Standard & Poor’s pick for 2010.

No
Company
Industry
1
Genting
Casinos and Gaming
2
QSR Brands
Restaurants
3
Help International
Education Services
4
Carsberg Brewery
Brewers
5
KL Kepong
Agricultural Products
6
United Plantations
Agricultural Products
7
Alam Maritim
Oil & Gas Services
8
Wah Seong
Oil & Gas Services
9
Allianz Malaysia
Multi-line Insurance
10
AMMB
Diversified Financial
11
CIMB Group
Diversified Banks
12
SP Setia
Real Estate
13
Kossan Rubber
Healthcare Suppliers
14
Supermax
Healthcare Suppliers
15
AirAsia
Airlines
16
Mudajaya
Construction
17
Sime Darby
Industrial Conglomerates
18
Sunway Holdings
Construction
19
Notion Vtec
Electronic Components
20
Unisem
Electronic Components
21
Sino-Hua-An
Diversified Metals
22
Malaysia Steel Works
Steel
23
Subur Tiasa
Forest Products
24
Axiata
Wireless Telecommunication
25
Tenaga Nasional
Electric Utilities


Leave a Comment

  • Jayce 10th February, 2010, 4:06 pm

    None of them in my owned lists. Time to buy them…

    Reply
  • 1mdb.com 10th February, 2010, 7:55 pm

    Hi Jayce, none in my current list either. I’m interested in Unisem.

    Reply
  • Jayce 11th February, 2010, 10:22 am

    I had Mudajaya before. Sold too earlier at RM2.00. 😛

    Reply
    • 1mdb.com 12th February, 2010, 7:57 am

      At least you are in profit although you can make much much more.

      Reply