The Edge Property Excellence Awards, the TPDA established in 2003 ranks the country’s best property players from the consumer’s perspective for their quantitative and qualitative attributes. In 2010, the award was given on the 7th October during The Edge Property Excellence Awards 2010 event.
The “quantitative” elements were the companies’ shareholders’ funds, revenue, pre-tax profit and net gearing for the fiscal year ended 2009.
The “qualitative” attributes include the quality of the product, innovation and creativity, value creation for buyers, image and expertise. Deloitte Malaysia audited the tabulation of both the quantitative and qualitative results.
Below are the list of companies that received the award.
TERRACE HOUSES SOLD FOR RM1M! BUYERS CAMP FOR 10 NIGHTS TO BUY A NEW HOUSE! HOMES BECOMING TOO COSTLY FOR THE AVERAGE MALAYSIAN! These are just some of the headlines that in no small way reflect a recent real estate phenomenon characterised by spiraling property prices and Malaysians’ thirst for newly launched houses. The aim of this report is to help investors understand the real estate environment we are living in, what is likely to happen in the future and how to profit from this ever-dynamic real estate sector.
I guess some of you like to invest in Warrants instead of normal shares. It you do, better watch out the maturity dates or you will lose your money. Below are short brief explanation about Warrants.
Warrants give the holders the right, but not an obligation, to subscribe for new ordinary stock shares at a specified price during a specified period of time. The warrants are issued by the company. Warrants have a maturity date (up to 10 years) after which they expire worthless unless the holder had exercised to subscribe for the new shares before the maturity date.
The table below shows Warrants that currently traded in Bursa Malaysia together with its maturity dates and exercise price as of 1st August 2010.
OSK Research expects companies in its top 50 Malaysian small-cap list, dubbed “50 Jewels”, to register between 5 per cent and 15 per cent growth in earnings this year, driven by their strong fundamentals, as well as a recovery in the economy.
In their 2009 small-cap list, 32 out of 50 of them having posted absolute returns of 50 to 375 per cent, outperforming the benchmark index. So I hope 2010, 50 Jewels will perform reasonably well.
OSK Research also targeted the benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KL Composite Index to hit 1,465 points by year-end. It also placed a fair value of 1,580 points on the index in 2011.
The table below is the top 10 companies in OSK Small Cap 50 Jewels and their target price.