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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Japan Reconstruction Theme

People used to say, a crisis will always brings opportunity. 

This is very true, especially in stock market. Many investors do think that certain stocks would benefit from the reconstruction of the buildings damaged in Japan's earth quake more than 2 weeks ago. 

Since Malaysia is rich with natural resources, what can our local company can contribute for the buildings reconstruction?

Friday, March 25, 2011

Is Rubber Glove Stocks Reviving?

On last week, Japan crippling earthquake has led KLSE index to go down and test 1470 level for the 3rd time. And how the index is back to 1510 level. We just watched a drama by looking at the index goes up and down for the past 2 weeks.

Anyway, most of the big falls have come back by these few days. I hope you've get your money back by now? By looking at my portfolio, overall the small-cap prices have came back and blue chips remain stagnant. It's boring, isn't it? 

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Why is the Yen Strong Amid Crisis?

A spiraling crisis caused by the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear drama has turned into a financial crisis for the world’s third largest economy.

In a few short hours, the yen smashed through the 80 yen-to-the-dollar barrier, peaking at 76.25 yen. That was the highest level the currency has hit since World War II.

The health of Japan’s economy is based heavily on exports. A stronger yen can wipe billions of dollars off corporate balance sheets. For example, Toyota loses 30 billion yen, roughly $380 million, for each uptick of the yen against the dollar.

Monday, March 14, 2011

What A Bad Luck Day!

We are feeling upset over the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Besides fatality, this natural disaster has slashed Japanese a huge sum of money. We may want to pray for them and help them. 

Today, it seems that I'm no longer better than what I am. I hit food poison since last Sunday morning and I'm having diarrhea over the past few days. I'm hydrated and I've yet to recover completely until now.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

One Shot For Good?

Have you ever seen retail investor hit a warrant with his 1 month salary and then he does not has to work for almost 3 years?

May be it is possible, if you managed to get SUMATEC-WA. It has closed it's price with upside of 3400% today. 

Let's assumed that you have been distributed with 500,000 units (500 lots) of SUMATEC-WA at 0.5 cent earlier. And you sold the 500 lots at 17.5 cents today, with the total sum of RM87,500. You earned a total sum of RM85,000. If your monthly salary is RM2,500, it provides you 34 months salary in just one day.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Are You Monitor Too Frequently?

I've neglected to look at the stock market on the last entire week, as I've been busy for my cousin's wedding. I felt like a little bit strange when I came back and looked at the market and those counters in my watch list just now.

On the other hand, I felt totally relax for the past entire week by not looking at the stock market. I cannot deny that sometimes stock market did affect my emotion and give me some pressures, if I'm too close to it. It makes me tired and lost concentration to do other things.

Saturday, March 5, 2011

COPY: Unleashing Talent Is Job For Chief Executives

While the government strives to create an ecosystem that is conducive to talent growth and ease of doing business, it is up to the CEOs of Malaysia to unleash the talent they have, said Datuk Seri Idris Jala, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department and CEO of Pemandu (Performance Management Delivery Unit), yesterday. 

“Talent is a crucial issue for Pemandu, but the truth is the responsibility for unleashing talent rests squarely on the shoulders of the CEO,” said Idris.  He was speaking at a dialogue with CEOs organised by PwC Malaysia titled “What future are you preparing for”. The dialogue’s other panellist was Stuart Dean, president of GE Asean.

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