Since its market debut at an ipo price of S$2.59 , Nanofilm shares more than doubled—touching a record high of S$6.53 on July 26—and then retreating.
CGS-CIMB lowered its target price for Nanofilm Technologies to S$3.92 from S$4.02, citing potential higher operating expenses and revenue expectations that may take “longer to be realised” as the company focuses on its long-term growth plans.
What does Nanofilm Technologies do?
Nanofilm is a leading provider of nanotechnology solutions in Asia , leveraging its proprietary technologies and core competencies in R&D, engineering, and production to provide technology-based solutions across a wide range of industries.
Is Nanofilm overvalued?
Valuation Risk At Nanofilm’s current share price of S$3.03, Nanofilm is trading at around 56x its 2019 earnings, which looks exorbitantly high. If we were to annualise its earnings for the six months ended 30 June 2020, Nanofilm shares still look overpriced at a price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of 54x.
Is Nanofilm a buy now?
Analysts from DBS and Citibank have maintained their “buy” calls and unchanged target prices on Nanofilm , with DBS Group Research holding their target price at $4.12 and Citibank at $3.92.
Who are NanoFilm competitors?
- Advanced Materials. oc oerlikon. Vitalink. Zhenghe.
- Nanofabrication. Sunny Optical. AAC Technologies. AMS AG. Largan Precision. Nissei Technology. NIL Technology
- Industrial Equipment. Oerlikon Balzers. IHI Hauzer. Techno Coating. Kobelco. Kolzer SRL.
Is AEM a good buy?
Out of 4 analysts, 1 (25%) are recommending AEM as a Strong Buy , 2 (50%) are recommending AEM as a Buy, 1 (25%) are recommending AEM as a Hold, 0 (0%) are recommending AEM as a Sell, and 0 (0%) are recommending AEM as a Strong Sell. What is AEM’s earnings growth forecast for 2022-2024?.
Is iFast a buy?
The brokerage, however, maintained “buy” on iFast , given its strong growth momentum ahead, propelled by an expected leapfrogging of its Hong Kong business from 2024 onwards.
Is OCBC a buy?
OCBC has the highest dividend yield among the three banks, at 4.5% However, investors should note that DBS’ fy2021 dividend includes its first-quarter dividend of S$0.18 per share, which was lower than its following three quarters due to the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s dividend restrictions imposed in 2020.
Is Wilmar a good stock?
An impressive feat is that net profits of Wilmar has been steadily increasing as well. Even during 2019 where its revenue dipped, its net profit increased. Notably, its net margin improved across the years, achieving a 3.3% for trailing 12 months. This goes to show that Wilmar controls its costs well.
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Who own Nanofilm?
Over the longer term, dr shi who together with his wife now own 54 per cent of Nanofilm, is keen to shed the group’s identity as a “family company”. In September, Dr Shi sold a 1 per cent stake in the company to a wholly-owned unit of Temasek.