Best and Worst PSE Stocks – 2015 midyear Review

Updated: 01 July 2015. The Top 10 Biggest losers has been updated to reflect the change as a result of Mr. Garry Go findings (see comment below), which I obviously miss that information. I appreciate Mr. Go for pointing that error and will do my best to be more vigilant in the future. Further, I encourage you, Dear Readers, not to hesitate to point out if you find some erroneous data publish here so we can correct it accordingly. Thank you.

Despite the recent unfavorable global news, the Philippine Stock Exchange Index (PSEi) manage to end positive in the first half of year 2015 at +4.62%, likewise ALLSHARES ended at +1.29%. Only ten (10) PSEi stocks manage to end with a double digit gains while five (5) stocks ended with a double digit loss as of June 30, 2015.

How about your portfolio? which group are you part of, the winner’s group or the loser’s group?

PSE index (PSEi) Stock Returns (January – June 2015)

RANK STOCK START PRICE LAST PRICE YTD
1 GLO          1,730.00       2,510.00 45.09%
2 GTCAP          1,032.00       1,366.00 32.36%
3 SMPH                17.04             19.98 17.25%
4 LTG                12.14             13.92 14.66%
5 AC              694.00           790.00 13.83%
6 MER              256.00           291.20 13.75%
7 MBT                83.00             94.00 13.25%
8 ALI                33.70             37.30 10.68%
9 RLC                26.50             29.30 10.57%
10 AEV                52.70             58.05 10.15%
11 SM              815.00           895.00 9.82%
12 JGS                66.00             71.70 8.64%
13 AP                42.90             45.50 6.06%
14 FGEN                25.50             27.00 5.88%
15 MPI                   4.60               4.73 2.83%
16 MEG                   4.68               4.76 1.71%
17 BPI                94.00             94.50 0.53%
18 SCC              142.00           142.50 0.35%
19 URC              196.00           194.00 -1.02%
20 BDO              109.80           108.40 -1.28%
21 TEL          2,906.00       2,810.00 -3.30%
22 AGI                22.55             21.70 -3.77%
23 ICT              115.00           110.20 -4.17%
24 JFC              215.00           197.30 -8.23%
25 EDC                   8.20               7.48 -8.78%
26 DMC                15.70             13.20 -15.92%
27 PCOR                10.60               8.85 -16.51%
28 EMP                10.38               8.60 -17.15%
29 SMC                73.80             59.50 -19.38%
30 BLOOM                12.40               8.61 -30.56%

Further, the tables below summarize the PSE’s biggest stock year-to-date gainers and lossers.

Top 10 Highest PSE Stock Gainers (January – June 2015)

RANK STOCK START PRICE LAST PRICE YTD
1 MBC                 3.35            48.00 1332.84%
2 POPI                 0.69              2.05 197.10%
3 TAPET                 4.20            10.80 157.14%
4 MFIN                 2.83              6.69 136.40%
5 WEB                 9.75            18.90 93.85%
6 AGF                 4.00              7.60 90.00%
7 2go                 3.34              5.95 78.14%
8 NI                 2.30              3.83 66.52%
9 GLO         1,730.00      2,510.00 45.09%
10 PRMX                 4.97              7.17 44.27%

Top 10 Biggest PSE Stock Losers (January – June 2015) 

RANK STOCK START PRICE LAST PRICE YTD
1 PXP                 5.04              1.79 -64.48%
2 MCP               13.58              5.12 -62.30%
3 BH             700.00          303.00 -56.71%
4 MARC                 6.70              3.11 -53.58%
5 SGP             310.00          155.10 -49.97%
6 BKR                 3.34              1.75 -47.60%
7 JAS                 4.15              2.20 -46.99%
8 PLC                 2.13              1.18 -44.60%
9 FNI                 2.74              1.62 -40.88%
10 RWM                 8.20              5.19 -36.71%

so, did you make money or lose money during the first half of the year 2015?

3 Comments on "Best and Worst PSE Stocks – 2015 midyear Review"

  1. 🙂

  2. Nikl is not a stock loser as it declared 100% stock div earlier which diluted the market and the outcome made the stock price in half.

    • The Dividend Observer | July 1, 2015 at 18:36 | Reply

      Hi Garry! Thank you for the correction.

      I did check my database and found out that 100% stock dividend of NIKL still not approved. However, in PSE Edge disclosure, NIKL has declared 50% stock dividend with ex-date on January 7, 2015 (which obviously I miss this information). Further, NIKL announced 100% stock dividend last March 27 (and updated on June 5) but still waiting for approval hence ex-date still to be announced (TBA).

      As a result of 50% stock dividend, 2014 End-of-year Price will be adjusted into 31.73 from 47.60, hence NIKL price change from Jan-June will be -26.89% instead of -51.26%.

      NIKL will no longer be included in the Top 10 Biggest losers.

      Further review results: ATN/ATNB needs adjustment due to PAR change, while few stocks has also adjusted due to stock dividend declaration. Hence, the above lists has been updated to reflect this changes.

      Cheers!

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