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10 years 8 months ago #16079 by Rock
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18th Febuary 2013
I believe Health-care business are resilence in nature. Below listed Health-care stocks for a general comparison:
Cordlife - 68 cents
PE around 15
PB about 2
Revenue growth about 20%. Profit about 50%
Net profit margin = 34%
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IHH - $1.335
PE about 70
PB 0.6
Revenue growth - not consistence
Net profit margin = 11%
Pacific Healthcare - 7.5 cents
PE - making lost
PB about 3.5
Growth - Negative
Q & M 32.5 cents
PE more than 30
PB more than 6
Revenue growth about 20%. Profit about 10%
Net profit margin about 10%
Raffles Mediccal $3.15
PE more than 30
PB more than 4
Revenue growth about 10%. Profit about 10%.
Net profit margin less than 20%
CORDLIFE clearly top the lists in term of growth, profit margin & best of all yield. Using PE as a comparison it's the cheapest.




I am revisiting the above Healthcare stocks posted on 18th February 2013

9th September 2013
Cordlife - $1.33 – increased by 92%
Profit growth by 95%
PE = 23

IHH - $1.56 – increased by 18%
Profit drop by 4%

Pacific Healthcare 7.5c – drop by 33%
Profit lost from $2.5 millions to $4.26 millions

Q & M - 30c – drop by 8%
Profit drop by 9%

Raffles Medical – fall by 4%
Profit increased by 16%

Cordlife best performance share price increased by 92% over 7 months

Going forward I still belief CORLIFE will still outperformance all these stocks again.

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10 years 8 months ago #16221 by Rock
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11/9/2013 - Maybank KE Research on Cordlife:-
Recommendation: Buy
Target Price: $1.44


Cordlife CEO Jeremy Yee bought another 20,000 shares on 13th September 2013. His total holding increased from 1,711,034 to 1,731,034 shares. Since early this month he had bought 80,000 shares.
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10 years 7 months ago - 10 years 7 months ago #16309 by Poh
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AsiaMedic wants a share of the pie and the pie is getting bigger. Can AsiaMedic overtake StemCord first?

ASIAMEDIC: How It Will Win Clients For Its Cord Blood Bank Business

www.nextinsight.net/index.php?option=com...cle&id=7414&Itemid=1
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10 years 7 months ago #16313 by Rock
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Maybank Kim Eng said in a report in early July 2013 that Cordlife had an "overwhelming" 72 percent market share in Singapore and the entry of a new competitor, a joint venture between AsiaMedic Ltd and Cryoviva International, was not a threat to the company.

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10 years 7 months ago #16426 by Rock
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Cordlife announced Private Placement of an Aggregate of up to 26,838,000 New Ordinary Shares in the Capital of the Company (the Placement Shares) comprising (I) Placement via a Placement Agent and (II) Placement via Direct Subscriptions by Investors, at S$1.25 for each Placement Share (the Issue Price) to Raise Gross Proceeds of up to S$33,547,500.

Rationale of this placement & use of proceeds is to support future growth of the group & working capital.

infopub.sgx.com/Apps?A=COW_CorporateAnno...rivate_Placement.pdf

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10 years 7 months ago #16535 by Rock
4th October 2013 - Am Fraser Research on Cordlife:-
Recommendation: Hold
Target Price: $1.35

FIL Ltd on 3rd October 2013 bought 53,000 Cordlife shares @ $1.34. This raised its holding from 22,226,000 shares (9.56%) to 22,279,000 shares (9.58%).

Today Cordlife share price corrected down to $1,18 and with regard to it's recent private placement @ $1.25.

At this price I belive the down-side is limited and present a good opportunity to accumulate Cordlife shares.
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