Hatten Land is a property developer focused on developing residential, hospitality and commercial real estate predominantly in the state of Malacca. Hatten Land listed on the SGX Catalist board on 28 February 2017 at 29.5 cents per share. Since its listing, however, Hatten Land’s share price has fallen over 40% to 17.5 cents (as at 11 April 2018). The company also posted a RM74 million loss in its most recent quarter (albeit mainly due to large one-off expenses).

Despite its tumbling share price and recent quarterly loss, I’ll explain why Hatten Land is still in my portfolio and remains potentially attractive. In this multi-part article, I will share my analysis on Hatten Land and cover its business model, growth factors, risks, and valuation. You can look forward to a series of articles over the coming weeks.

Please note that my research is meant for educational purposes only and …