The WSJ Asia 200
Now For The Smaller Companies
The cover pages of The Edge last week carried the top 10 companies from Malaysia which made the WSJ Asia 200 rankings. Ranking was based on:
Long Term Vision
Unfortunately, those which made the top 10 for Malaysian companies were all players which have been hanging around for some time, they include:
2) Public Bank
5) Star Publications
7) Resorts World
8) IOI Group
10) Southern Bank
When you have hung around for so long, you must be doing something good. But what about the younger listed companies? Good companies if they possess the crucial growth traits and sensible management, will see their market cap expand exponentially over the years - hence it pays to spot them early. Here I have attempted to list my top ten for "stars-of-the-future" based on the same criteria as above:
7) Pos Malaysia
8) Mah Sing
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