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Author: newbie8080   |   Latest post: Sat, 24 Oct 2020, 10:58 PM


Uncertain Times Call for Extraordinary Investment Decision

Author: newbie8080   |  Publish date: Sat, 24 Oct 2020, 10:58 PM

Earlier today rumors of the current government declaring the state of emergency, shook the investment community.

Everyone here will be wondering:

  1. What will happen to my glove stocks on Monday?
  2. What will happen to my technology stocks portfolio?

Sounds familiar? Read on then.


Just a day earlier, Italy’s three largest cities face new curfews as regional authorities try to slow the spread of COVID-19 where it first struck hard in Europe, most of whose countries are now imposing, or mulling, new restrictions to cope with rapidly rising caseloads. Czech Republic's government on Thursday re-imposed exactly the same heavy restrictions it slapped on citizens in the spring  and which Prime Minister Andrej Babis had repeatedly said would not be repeated amid a record rise in infections.


Today, Spanish regions are urging the central government to take measures that would give them legal backing to impose curfews as the country battles a resurgent coronavirus epidemic. As of Saturday, 10 of Spain's 17 regions, including Valencia, Asturias, Castilla-La Mancha and the Basque Country, had called on the government to decree a state of emergency, which would allow regions to limit people's movement

Currently, Malaysia is also facing similar decisions that needed to be made to control the Covid-19 pandemic. Though rumors flying around the political theme regarding the current government stance to block any oppositions schemes, it doesn’t seems likely that the current King who is wise will be swayed by these rumors.  Social medias and traditional medias loves to sensationalized this topics to create more needed publicity.

But one thing for certain is Covid-19 pandemic is till around, numbers are still rising, and no doubt about the demand of gloves in the next 12 months.

We can take the March 2020 market plunge as a barometer but in the end, many glove or tech stocks are trading much higher than they were when most of them plunge back then.

So what shall we do?


  1. If you are a short term investor(<30 days), you might want to take profit, to protect your principal, buy back when it’s cheaper again.
  2. If you are mid term investor(> 30 days < 6months), you might want to take half your profit and top up, when it’s cheaper.
  3. If you are a long term investor (>6months <5 years), you should keep whatever you are holding as likely, your average entry is low and your margin of safety is greater than 50%. You may top up if you have additional cash.
  4. If you are a ultra long term investor(>5 years), you should keep and hold and top up, as you are not bothered by the noise and fluctuation in the market. You hold very fundamental stocks that should do well for the next 1-2 decades and your margin of safety is greater than 80%.


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Coronavirus likely to become as ‘endemic’ as flu-Vaccine might not be able to stop it

Author: newbie8080   |  Publish date: Tue, 20 Oct 2020, 10:54 PM

Coronavirus likely to become as ‘endemic’ as the flu and a vaccine might not be able to stop it, top UK scientist says


  • Covid-19 is likely to become as “endemic” as the annual flu virus, according to the U.K.’s chief scientific advisor.


  • A vaccine is not likely to eradicate the virus, the advisor cautioned.

Health workers are dressing with protective suits and face maks. The collection of swab samples by medical staff in the drive-in testing center of San Filippo Neri hospital in Roma, Italy on October 19, 2020.


LONDON — Covid-19 is likely to become as “endemic” as the annual flu virus, according to the U.K.’s chief scientific advisor.

Some potential vaccines are in late-stage clinical trials, but Patrick Vallance said none is likely to eradicate the virus.

“The notion of eliminating Covid from anywhere is not right, because it will come back,” he said, noting there had only been one human disease “truly eradicated” thanks to a highly effective vaccine and that was smallpox.

“We can’t be certain, but I think it’s unlikely we will end up with a truly sterilizing vaccine, (that is) something that completely stops infection, and it’s likely this disease will circulate and be endemic, that’s my best assessment,” Vallance told the National Security Strategy Committee in London on Monday.

“Clearly as management becomes better, as you get vaccination which would decrease the chance of infection and the severity of disease ... this then starts to look more like annual flu than anything else, and that may be the direction we end up going,” he said.

Biotech companies and academic bodies around the world have joined forces to try to create a vaccine against the coronavirus at breakneck speed given its ferocity. On Monday, the grim milestone of 40 million confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide was reached, and the virus has caused 1.1 million deaths, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.

Historically, creating a vaccine from scratch had taken 10 years on average, Vallance said, and it had never taken under five years.

“We’re now in the extraordinary situation where there are at least eight vaccines which are in quite large clinical studies around the world. ... We will know over the next few months whether we have any vaccines that really do protect and how long they protect for,” he said.

He added that a number of vaccines created an immune response and antibody response, but only the Phase 3 clinical trials would prove whether they “actually stop people getting infected.” The safety profile of such vaccines would also become clearer and from then on, a “sensible vaccination strategy” could be looked at, Vallance said.

Vallance concluded he didn’t believe there would be any vaccine available for widespread use in the community until at least spring.


Coronavirus in the US for comparison




Will Topglove be able to remain top glove manufacturer?


Will Supermax be able to defend market share with their OBM method?


Will Hartalega up its ante to recover back lost time?


Will Kossan be able to claw back it’s marker share?


Will Sri Trang going to expand capacity to defend Thai’s pride?



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20/10/2020 11:33 PM
newbie8080 Five South Koreans die after getting flu shots, sparking vaccine fears

21/10/2020 5:05 PM

How To Be A Supreme Investor? Better Than Koon Yew Yin

Author: newbie8080   |  Publish date: Sat, 17 Oct 2020, 4:23 PM

How To Be A Supreme Investor? Better Than Koon Yew Yin


Notice how typical so called “investor” that require the voices and volume support of others by marketing THE STOCK.


No no. That is not the way!!! 


5 Steps to be a Supreme Investor- Better Than Koon Yew Yin


  1. An investor do not require to advertise the stock he or she is buying because he or she knows that a stock with good value will be reflected in the stock price itself naturally.

      For example, a stock has revenue, net profit and net profit margin that are growing 100%      every year. Every analyst from Investment Bankers to the street’s Ali/Muthu/Ah Hock will be discussing about this incredible company.


  1. An investor needs to do his or her own homework either you are a fundamentalist or technical chartist.
  1. An investor spends time to research on the macro and micro aspect of the stock and the industry he or she is investing in
  1. An investor follow the 3 basic rules famously quoted by Warren Buffet
    Rule #1-Do not to make losses

         Rule #2-Follow Rule #1

         Rule #3-Follow Rule #2

  1. An investor is a low profile person who doesn’t spend time boasting about past or present accomplishment but rather challenge himself or herself to do better every year privately.
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TheOwlsandWolves What a lousy comment....wtf
17/10/2020 4:27 PM
newbie8080 Look at yourself in the mirror and watch your tongue.
17/10/2020 4:32 PM
Sslee Haha for a second I thought chicken king HerbertChua is back.
17/10/2020 4:44 PM
Musang King Extraordinary investors sometimes lost like shit too. Nothing is called "Permanent".
17/10/2020 4:48 PM
gemfinder Sendiri pun loss a lot in jaks and dayang. No miror please use ur urine to reflect ur stupid face
17/10/2020 4:59 PM
Mcaresdk91 LOL,only option fr rule no 1, is that dont buy share at all
17/10/2020 5:11 PM
TheOwlsandWolves Newbie8080.....lousy comment means lousy...don't argue. KYY is not normal investor, you wanna challenge him, is it ???
17/10/2020 5:35 PM
newbie8080 TheOwlsandWolves.........I'm not arguing.
I'm surprise that you support his mentality.
You must be kidding if you're saying KYY is not normal.
I do not need to challenge him.
If you ask both of us to pick a stock without writing tonnes of blog, I can beat him flat, any day, any time, no need to even have 2nd thought.
He relies on ppl like you to help push his stock.
I rely on my wisdom.
17/10/2020 10:50 PM
greedy44444 KYY just another big shark luring those greedy small fish to follow his stock pick. Who doesn't know glove stocks are market favourite since the outbreak of china virus ? Why need to tell the whole world which glove stocks that you bought every now and then ?
17/10/2020 10:59 PM
Mcaresdk91 LOL.no one ever really follow kyy.we can our own research.i think those claim sifu are syok sendiri
17/10/2020 11:09 PM
DickyMe "An investor is a low profile person who doesn’t spend time boasting about past or present accomplishment but rather challenge himself or herself to do better every year privately."



An investor would not even post a blog post to alert idiots!
Let them learn their own lesson, expensively!
18/10/2020 1:56 AM
BenPg A good sifu is not afraid to show us his winning trades as well as his losing trades..There are many who claim to be sifu but are shy to show us their trading account . They are Fake sifu
18/10/2020 9:59 AM
jackfruit KKY now need supporter to support his counter lol...
18/10/2020 11:54 AM
newbie8080 Now he is writing because he hold Supermax. Perhaps he bought it at a high price?
18/10/2020 10:12 PM
Mcaresdk91 bilionaire like elon musk ,mark zuker,jack ma relax saja .self claim sifu lagi bising lol.
18/10/2020 10:27 PM
newbie8080 In fact, Elon Musk say his share price is too high

19/10/2020 11:19 AM
Lewis Lee newbie is forever a newbie ....
Those super investors (or syndicate / goreng kings in truth) needs publicity for a good f*cking reason to make money .....
in case you don't quite understand that .........
19/10/2020 12:22 PM
newbie8080 @Lewis Lee

You didn't read what I wrote.
You had just slapped your own face.
19/10/2020 1:15 PM
newbie8080 What are the possibility that KYY will enter Mahsing after he had just wrote against it?
Food for thought
19/10/2020 1:45 PM
BursaGolfer @lewis lee, agree with you totally...
@newbie8080, if you dont need publicity, y u write blog? somemore quote ppl fullname so disrespectful...lmao
19/10/2020 2:17 PM
Integrity. Intelligent. Industrious. 3iii (iiinvestsmart)$€£¥ newbie8080 I like what you wrote. Very sound knowledge. What you shared is true. You can build wealth without having to excite others to play up the prices of your counter. Focus on the long term earning powers of your companies.
19/10/2020 2:32 PM
newbie8080 @BursaGolfer

I need publicity?

Quoting his name is to be respectful rather than saying "that person".

Don't you agree?
19/10/2020 3:00 PM
19/10/2020 3:24 PM
Papayashot newbie8080 I like what you wrote. Unlike KYY, always boasting around the shares he bought. He is not professional at all and I truly shame on him.
19/10/2020 4:57 PM

Supermax:Top ASP VS Top Glove's Capacity

Author: newbie8080   |  Publish date: Fri, 16 Oct 2020, 3:05 PM

Supermax: Top ASP VS Top Glove's Capacity


The battle for supremacy in the glove industry had begun in the early 2000s.


It was the same story of Supermax to battle it out with Topglove for the #1 spot.


Two different path, One going to TOP ASP via OBM model, the other going for TOP CAPACITY.


Who will emerge victorious?







This Bursa query was sure to bring some doubts back then.


Will this be a dream or reality?



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16/10/2020 5:18 PM

SUPERMAX: No decision by SC yet on whether to appeal Thai's acquittal

Author: newbie8080   |  Publish date: Wed, 30 Sep 2020, 7:10 PM

SUPERMAX: No decision by SC yet on whether to appeal Thai's acquittal


Seems Supermax's Stanley Thai is not out of the woods yet

What's your take?

The Securities Commission of Malaysia (SC) has yet to make a decision on whether it would appeal the High Court's decision yesterday that acquit former Supermax Corp Bhd managing director (MD) Datuk Seri Stanley Thai Kim Sim and ex-remisier Tiong Kiong Choon of insider trading.


A decision may be made later this week or early next week, according to a source.


The SC has 14 days from yesterday to appeal the decision made by Judicial Commissioner Datuk Azhar Abdul Hamid, who found the Sessions Court decision to convict the duo to be unsafe.


If a notice of appeal is filed, this would be the final hearing of the appeal as the case originated from the Sessions Court.


Thai and Tiong were found guilty by Sessions judge Zulqarnain Hassan three years ago, and were each sentenced to jail for five years. Thai had another RM5 million fine imposed on him while Tiong was fined RM10 million.


The former Supermax MD was charged with communicating non-public information between Oct 26 and 29, 2007 to Tiong.


Tiong was convicted of two counts of disposing of a total of 6.21 million APL Industries Bhd shares while in possession of the same non-public information via accounts belonging to Thai's mother-in-law and mother.


At the time the offences were committed, Tiong was a licensed intraday trader with a stockbroking company.


Yesterday Thai was represented by lawyer Shamsul Sulaiman while senior counsel Datuk Yusof Zainal Abiden and Datuk Chong Loong Men appeared for Tiong.


Meanwhile, the SC was represented by Deputy Public Prosecutor Mohd Hafiz Mohd Yusoff.

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SUPERMAX: Share price pares loss after High Court overturns ex-MD Stanley Thai’s guilty verdict

Author: newbie8080   |  Publish date: Tue, 29 Sep 2020, 5:03 PM

SUPERMAX: Share price pares loss after High Court overturns ex-MD Stanley Thai’s guilty verdict


What's next?

Share Price to Surge ???


Supermax Corp Bhd pared its loss today after the High Court overturned the Session Court’s conviction of its former managing director (MD) Datuk Seri Stanley Thai Kim Sim for insider trading in relation to shares in APL Industries Bhd (APLI).



The counter had earlier fallen 6.5% to an intraday low of RM8.17, but then pared its loss to trade at RM8.60 as at 4.02pm, down 14 sen or 1.6% from yesterday's close, Its market capitalisation stood at RM22.1 million.

Earlier today, Judicial Commissioner Datuk Azhar Abdul Hamid reversed the Sessions Court’s guilty verdict against Thai made three years ago, as well as the conviction of former remisier Tiong Kiong Choon.

Azhar, in his decision, said he found the convictions “not safe” after hearing the submissions, and set aside the convictions and sentences.


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