For QE30/4/2018, Cypark's net profit rose 53% q-o-q or 62% y-o-y to RM12 million while revenue increased by 18% q-o-q & % y-o-y to RM99 million. Revenue and profit before tax rose q-o-q mainly due to the better income contributed by the intense specialist work activities performed in the current stage of the project cycle in Environmental Engineering division.
Table: Cypark's last 8 quarterly results
Graph: Cypark's last 32 quarterly results
Cypark (closed at RM2.29 last Friday) is now trading at a PE of 9.3 times (based on last 4 quarters' EPS of 24.72 sen). At this multiple, Cypark is deemed fairly attractive.
Cypark broke its long-term uptrend line, SS at RM2.50 in April. Its decline has been checked by the horizontal line at RM2.20.
Chart 1: Cypark's monthly chart as at Jun 29, 2018 (Source: Shareinvestor.com)
On closer look, the horizontal support appears to be at RM2.25
Chart 2: Cypark's weekly chart as at Jun 29, 2018 (Source: Shareinvestor.com)
Based on the good financial performance and fairly attractive valuation, I consider a good stock for long-term investment. My rating is downgraded to a HOLD because of the breakdown below the uptrend line.
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