mancingbursaFor the newbie , the most thing to do is never never lost your money in the 1st year of investing. Separate ur capital for 2 o r 3 portion - propose for short term, middle term and long term.
InvestMeowAlright...So this counter certainly worth 1 of the portion right?
koi kohshort, middle and long term: short term for speculation, middle term for ....?..... and long term for investment. To me all are investment if your capital can grow in any way and any time frame
InvestMeowi quite confused. Why the price would go up when the queue for buy is lesser?
mazda626Nobody buy lor.....cabut run kuat2 lor. This company no hope one la......useless liao...
mancingbursaShake weak holder ma... The most ancient method in stock market its buy and hold- find the company instrintic value. We just ikan bilis, just fellow beside the shark (not infront their mouth) then when the opportunity came just eat whatever left and escape.
mancingbursaMalaysia’s digital economy could exceed 20 pct to GDP earlier than 2020 Borneo Post Online
KUALA LUMPUR: The contribution of Malaysia’s digital economy to the gross domestic product (GDP) at about 17 per cent currently, is expected to exceed the projected target of 20 per cent earlier than 2020, said Treasury Secretary-General Tan Sri Dr Mohd Irwan Serigar Abdullah.
He expressed confidence that the level is achievable earlier as Malaysia had started making waves in the digital economy arena this year, first with the launch of the Digital Free Trade Zone or DFTZ (on March 22) and now, the Malaysia Digital Hub.
“Malaysia can also leverage on the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), and the DFTZ is an area where our small and medium enterprises (SMEs) can benefit from partnerships with big players like Ali Baba.
“Seeing the rate at which Digital Economy Corp Sdn Bhd (MDEC) is bringing in the investments, we can achieve it (target of 20 per cent to GDP) earlier than 2020,” he said after officiating the Malaysia Digital Hub and Malaysia Tech Entrepreneur Programme yesterday.
Mohd Irwan said the Malaysian ecosystem for startups is conducive, and due to the regulations, policies and facilities that have been put in place, the country is now the second top hotspot to launch startups in the world.
“We have started seeing many new startups being launched in Malaysia, while those that began elsewhere, such as in Singapore, are coming back now to build their base here,” he added.
Malaysia Digital Hub introduced by MDEC today offers startups an opportunity for global expansions, ready access to high-speed broadband and fibre optic connectivity, funding and facilitation opportunities, a workforce-ready ecosystem, technologically focused and a holistic convenience and lifestyle experience.
It focuses on four categories, namely growing startups, global technology companies, accelerators and talent builders and investors.
Incentives for the Malaysia Digital Hub includes corporate tax exemptions for the tech startups, the Malaysia Tech Entrepreneurs Programme that issues passes for individuals who want to set up or expand their businesses into Malaysia, and access to funding.
The special tax incentive would be leveraging on the existing tax regime. Any further incentives would be announced later.
The three digital hubs approved by the government at present are APW, The Co and Common Ground, all located in the Klang Valley. — Bernama
InvestMeowWe wish to announce that pursuant to Rule 14.08 of the ACE Market Listing Requirements of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad, Diversified Gateway Solutions Berhad ("DGSB") had on 21 April 2017 received notification dated 21 April 2017 from Dato' Mah Siew Kwok ("Dato' Mah") of his intention to deal in the ordinary shares of DGSB during the closed period pending an announcement of the Company's financial results for the 4th quarter ended 31 March 2017.
koi kohif he accumulate, we sai lan and kasih kao-kao hantang
sengkeeMany people earn few rounds by playing this stock alone
InvestMeowYeahhh if he accumulate means smtg good is up hor