AMWAY: Attractive Enough for Long Term Investing
at 31/3/2021, Amway's financial position is deemed healthy with current
ratio at 1.4 times while total liabilities to total equity appeared
high at 1.2 times. However, it has cash balance of RM162 million or
about RM0.99 per share.
Amway (closed at RM5.19 yesterday) is trading at a trailing PER of 15 times (based on last 4 quarters' EPS of 34.6 sen). At this PER, Amway is deemed fairly attractive. In addition, investors may take comfort in receiving a decent dividend yield of 5.3%.
Amway has dropped from a high of RM12.50 in 2013 to a recent of RM4.50 in Mar 2020 (during the selldown at the start of the pandemic).
Chart 1: Amway's monthly chart as at May 25, 2021 (Source: Malaysiastock.biz)
From the daily chart below, Amway has been rising slowly in an uptrend line (in blue) with support at RM5.20.
Chart 2: Amway's daily chart as at May 25, 2021 (Source: Malaysiastock.biz)
Based on decent financial performance, good financial position, attractive valuation & a constructive technical outlook after a long decline, Amway could be a good stock to consider for recovery play.
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