Xinquan is cash rich, with net cash per share of RM1.64, much higher than its share price of 90sen last week. However, it is a China-based a.k.a. risky stock. Furthermore, sales are dropping at the moment, which is not a good sign at all.
Frontken looks like a "quality" company traded below 10sen. However, its founder who is also top executive left the company and sold all his shares to a German in Jan 2012. Recent financial results show that it may take quite some time to post consistent profit. Persistent growth is not easy.
Keladi is cash rich and has huge land (515 + 667 acres ++) in Kulim not re-evaluated since 1996. This is more or less similar to Asas Dunia and many other high NTA developers. However, Kulim is not a hot spot for property. Though it can make continuous profit but it might not have good growth. It might be slow in turning the empty plantation land into property and profit. I can't even find its website.