Oxley Holdings

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It is about looking at business models and prospects rather than financial metrics .

Eg based on PE, ifast is valued at more than PE 40 now . But the share price has a very strong likelihood of doubling a few times in the next 5 to 10 years ...
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It is about looking at business models and prospects rather than financial metrics .

Eg based on PE, ifast is valued at more than PE 40 now . But the share price has a very strong likelihood of doubling a few times in the next 5 to 10 years ...
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I think it is my faults that both curiousparty and dzum87 missed my points.

Curiousparty wrote about the potential of the $2.2B contracted sales for the next 3 years so I pointed out what happened in the past 3 years. You can think about it as Trump boost, vote for me, 4 more years making great America great. And I say look at what Trump done in the past 4 years.

I have never advocate using or not using PE to value a company.  What I did is merely point out Oxley PE base on average earnings over the past 3 years and asked a question. And yes, it is in huge contrast with the projected P/S by curiousparty.
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I think it is my faults that both curiousparty and dzum87 missed my points.

Curiousparty wrote about the potential of the $2.2B contracted sales for the next 3 years so I pointed out what happened in the past 3 years. You can think about it as Trump boost, vote for me, 4 more years making great America great. And I say look at what Trump done in the past 4 years.

I have never advocate using or not using PE to value a company.  What I did is merely point out Oxley PE base on average earnings over the past 3 years and asked a question. And yes, it is in huge contrast with the projected P/S by curiousparty.
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Operational Review

In the last six months of FY2020, the Group’s operations were hampered by the lockdown of varying degree in Singapore and overseas arising from the outbreak of COVID-19 virus.

Construction progress is expected to be delayed by 4 to 6 months at the Singapore, Ireland and Malaysia development projects while the development projects in the United Kingdom and Cambodia have managed to catch up on the delay caused by the partial lock-down and safe distancing measures.

In Singapore, the Group has launched 11 development projects since April 2018 and the response received from buyers has been overwhelming. As of August 2020, 3,109 units or 79.3% have been sold and total sales secured amounted $3.5 billion. Two of the Group’s projects - Sea Pavilion Residences and The Addition (TOP achieved in April 2020) are 100% sold. Barring any unforeseen circumstances, the Group estimates the projects to be fully sold within the following 12 to 15 months.

During the “circuit-breaker” period, the Group used virtual showrooms to showcase the layout of the apartment units to potential buyers. After relaxation of the “circuit-breaker” control measures in early June, the Group experienced pent-up demand for the residential units. During the period April to early August 2020, Oxley issued more than 280 option-to-purchase to the buyers, garnering sales of more than $330.0 million.

Since the lifting of the “circuit-breaker” restrictions, all the Group’s construction sites in Singapore have gradually returned to full operation, and the Group can look to higher revenue, profit recognition as well as progressive billings of the sold units in the new financial year.
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Operational Review

In the last six months of FY2020, the Group’s operations were hampered by the lockdown of varying degree in Singapore and overseas arising from the outbreak of COVID-19 virus.

Construction progress is expected to be delayed by 4 to 6 months at the Singapore, Ireland and Malaysia development projects while the development projects in the United Kingdom and Cambodia have managed to catch up on the delay caused by the partial lock-down and safe distancing measures.

In Singapore, the Group has launched 11 development projects since April 2018 and the response received from buyers has been overwhelming. As of August 2020, 3,109 units or 79.3% have been sold and total sales secured amounted $3.5 billion. Two of the Group’s projects - Sea Pavilion Residences and The Addition (TOP achieved in April 2020) are 100% sold. Barring any unforeseen circumstances, the Group estimates the projects to be fully sold within the following 12 to 15 months.

During the “circuit-breaker” period, the Group used virtual showrooms to showcase the layout of the apartment units to potential buyers. After relaxation of the “circuit-breaker” control measures in early June, the Group experienced pent-up demand for the residential units. During the period April to early August 2020, Oxley issued more than 280 option-to-purchase to the buyers, garnering sales of more than $330.0 million.

Since the lifting of the “circuit-breaker” restrictions, all the Group’s construction sites in Singapore have gradually returned to full operation, and the Group can look to higher revenue, profit recognition as well as progressive billings of the sold units in the new financial year.
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