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Sunday, 4 January 2015

Only World Group (OWG) - IPO - Pricing Analysis on The Valuations (Good Buy?)

Dear All,

We would like to share another IPO of late for your perusal:

The Broking House says:
(Extracted from research report published)

Fair Value (FV) for CYE 2015 = RM 1.09

Fair or not Fair?

Humble Pie view:

Look at OWG Prospectus Page 18:
Item: 3.6(i) says:

For Year End 30 June 2014 (FYE 201), enlarged issue and paid up capital of 185m shares which translates to a P/E 11.

Their latest Audited Report was 2014. Basically they are selling to you the company VALUE PEG at P/E 11 . As posted in my article prior before this:



Would you buy if I am telling you I am selling my company to you at 11x VS Fixed Deposits guaranteed by PIDM at P/E 18?

From this scenario, OWG is selling to you his company AT THE MARKET RATE. Not expensive and not cheap either. It's FULLY VALUED,

Closing Price @ 0.9 on 2/1/2015
= P/E 11.25



Another point to take no is:

Utilization of Proceeds:

Komtar Project             60.5%
Business Expansion   26.2%
Working Capital             4.2%
Listing Expenses             9.17%

Money Raised for Business Purposes 86.7%
Means for every RM 1 raised, about RM 0.87 is for Business Purposes!
See the difference between OWG and EA?





BTW do you notice, Dato' Richard Koh still holding a stake of 69% post IPO?
He has much control on the company so to say.




Personally I will not buy at 0.90 as the price of P/E is Fully Valued. There is not much upside for the share price. You may look at it another 1 to 2 Quarters results posted as the Genting Outdoor Theme Park and Komtar Project near for opening and will produce the Required Income by 2016.

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Regards,

Humble Pie

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