For QE30/6/2016, Kimlun’s net profit rose 41% q-o-q or 55% y-o-y to RM24 million while revenue was rose 5% q-o-q but dropped 5% y-o-y to RM246 million.
Table: Kimlun's last 8 quarters' P&L accounts
Chart 1: Kimlun's last 14 quarters' revenue, profits & profit margins
Kimlun (trading at RM2.04 as at 12:00pm) is now trading at a PER of 7.6 times (based on last 4 quarters’ EPS of 27 sen). At this PER, Kimlun is deemed fairly attractive.
Kimlun has broken to the upside of a pennant formation, ABCD at RM1.95 yesterday. Today it went above the psychological RM2.00 mark. Collectively, these breakouts suggest that Kimlun is continuing on its prior uptrend.
Chart 2: Kimlun's weekly chart as at Sep 6, 2016_11.15am (Source: ShareInvestor.com)
If we look at the monthly chart, we can see that the next resistance would be at the June 2013 high of RM2.05. Failure to break above this level could bring forth correction/consolidation at the RM2.00 mark. However, a break below the RM1.95 could convert this bullish breakout into a bull trap. In such a tricky situation, you should set a protective stop, say at RM1.90 (i.e. 5 sen below the breakout of RM1.95) to bale out in case the breakout turns into a trap.
Chart 3: Kimlun's monthly chart as at Sep 6, 2016_11.15am (Source: ShareInvestor.com)
Based on good financial performance, fair valuation & positive technical outlook, Kimlun could be a good stock for medium-term investment.
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