Current Price Status
Stock is in Momentum
Stock is currently overvalued by the market with the expectation of annual earning growth at 221.46% to match current price.
Overvalued stock can be traded very volatile. If the earning growth momentum continue, overvalued stock can match into fair value, on the flip side, the downside risk can be huge if the stock is not meeting the market expectation.
Company is not in Profit
- AMLEX current price is 115% above OneDelta estimated fair value.
The fair value is estimated via OneDelta proprietary model that updated daily basis based on stock fundamental and specific industry relative marco outlook. It can be assessed as stock potential upside range or the stock true value price in case of downside.
Bank Analyst Price Targets
Revenue & Earning Growth Analysis
Recent Positive Revenue Growth
AMLEX managed to achieve better revenue growth for past 2 quarters by average +21%.
Continued Losing Money
AMLEX has been losing money in the 2 of the past 5 quarters.
Past Quarter Reports
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Volume Trend Analysis
Recent Volume is Decreasing
Decreasing trading volume tends to keep stock price range bound in near term.
Low Volume/Liquidity Stock
Only RM0k worth of stock was traded for this stock past month. Low liquidity stock is danger for price manipulation and more difficult to sell at market price.
AMLEX recent daily traded volume is NAN% lower than past month average.
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Price History Chart
Past 30-day Average Price: RM0.22
Stock Fundamental Factors
Fundamental factor characteristics help us understand and expect how the stock price will behave in short and long term.
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Stock Thematic Baskets
Usually the more the stock is included in popular themes, the more opportunity for price-driven momentum and better liquidity.
Stock Company Profile
AMLEX HOLDINGS BERHAD
Amlex Holdings Bhd. engages in the provision of electronic packaging and interconnect solutions for the global semiconductor and electronics industry. The company, through its subsidiaries, manufacture lead frames for integrated circuits as well as other electronic packaging and interconnect components. Amlex Holdings was founded by Say Soon Lim and Say Peng Lim in November 2004 and is headquartered in Simpang Ampat, Malaysia.