jacklintanAnd the wife, Michelle Obama forgot to wear tudung.....lol
AbudanceFirst of all ... SONA NEEDS TO GET QA. NO QA .. Everyone still stuck. No matter what price is. Oil was usd100 and they never negotiate with SALANDAR ... Till she was sold ! Now OPhir pula ... Tak Lagi QA KE? Tunggu satu Jenny Mati lah Sona !
pisangpanasPaki Aji jangan berkokok dalam ni lebih2 ler ...dalam perlaburan ada untong ada rugi kalau nak untong bukan pelaburan namanya...dalam ISLAM pun kita nak melabur sesuatu mesti tahu pelaburan ada untong ada rugi kalau untong sahaja tanpa risiko bukan namanya pelaburan dan itu ISLAM tidak benarkan...yang salah kita buat pelaburan tanpa meneliti keadaan Syarikat yang dilaburkan...gua pun rugi gak bro lagi banyak dari lu tp itulah kena ada sifat redha ..jangan buat malu atas nama kita orang Islam dok bising2 dalam ni
kakisahamKaunter2 yg macam ni tak boleh melabur utk jangka pendek.Ada seribu lebih syarikat yg tersenarai,kenapa pilih kaunter ni.Banyak lagi kaunter yg bagi pulangan jangka pendek yg lumayan..pandai2 pilih kaunter...sendiri mau ingat jangan ikut org.
e1shinow everyone tunggu QA saja (actual or rumours)... If you really believe in Sona Management, you should already average down kow-kow when it is below 0.41.. waiting for profit taking only.. should not complain now..
n a report titled, "More Downgrades Are Possible For Asia-Pacific Oil Companies If Oil Prices Don't Recover," it said companies with a higher proportion of production from oil than gas were particularly vulnerable."We expect a rebound in oil prices from 2016 onwards which would contain the risks to ratings."But, if the rebound doesn't happen and companies fail to promptly react to the changing environment, the pressure on ratings and stand-alone credit profiles will increase," said Standard & Poor's credit analyst Lawrence Lu.For now, gas exposure and state ownership cushion most Asia-Pacific oil and gas companies from low oil prices."More than half of the oil and gas companies that we rate in the region are national players."The ratings on many of these companies remain stable despite the sharp fall in prices because of the support from their respective governments and focus on natural gas," it added-TERAS FINANCIAL NEWS