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alexwc87
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Posted by alexwc87 > Jul 11, 2020 9:18 PM | Report Abuse

masuk freezer


Bursa1575
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Posted by Bursa1575 > Jul 11, 2020 10:03 PM | Report Abuse

THE last decade of the 20th century was certainly a boom time for the Malaysian economy. The country recorded GDP growth of above 8% for nine years, starting from 1988.

It was also a time when almost everybody talked about the stock market, exchanging investment tips and making phone calls to their remisiers to buy or sell shares.

In the 1990s, the Malaysian stock market was one of the largest in Asia ex-Japan, with the FBM KLCI surging 43% over the decade.

Retail participation was consistently above 40%. In years such as 1996, 1999 and 2000, the market was even dominated by retail investors, whose participation rate stood at 54%, 59% and 54% respectively, according to CLSA.

The strong rally, which started in the early 1990s, hit a peak of 1,313.35 points on Jan 4, 1994, during the so-called super bull run.

Buying frenzy was easily triggered by rumours of a new timber concession or acquisitions. Within a year, timber company Lingui Developments Bhd rose from 60 sen to an all-time high of RM9.60 in early 1994. Jaya Tiasa Holdings Bhd also hit a record high of RM15.43 in mid-1997.

Other speculative counters were Aokam Perdana Bhd, Idris Hydraulics (M) Bhd, CASH Bhd and North Borneo Timber Bhd.

The mania continued with the Second Board boom in 1996 and 1997, just before the Asian financial crisis, which saw the local key index — the Kuala Lumpur Composite Index — plunge to a low of 262.70 points on Sept 1, 1998.

Biscuit maker Hwa Tai Industries Bhd was one of the high flyers during the bull run. Its share price soared to over RM100. Last Thursday, it closed at a mere 27 sen.

Auto, timber and number forecasting group Repco Holdings Bhd’s share price climbed to a high of RM140.50 in September 1997 before collapsing to RM2.98 less than a year later.

The group, helmed by executive chairman Low Thiam Hock, defaulted on its loans and in April 1999, special administrators were appointed. Its shares were suspended in 2000 and it was delisted three years later.

Other companies that were trading at crazy valuations included PWE Industries Bhd (now known as Pansar Bhd), Sin Heng Chan (Malaya) Bhd and Zaiton Bhd (delisted in August 2003).

Note that in 2009, the Main and Second Boards were merged into a single unified board called the Main Market. Meanwhile, the Mesdaq Market was transformed into the ACE Market.

Meanwhile, in the late 1990s, the dotcom bubble emerged as the internet was taking off, leading to the overvaluation of many technology and internet companies. The bubble finally burst in March 2000 after many companies failed to generate good earnings amid stratospheric valuations.

Pong Teng Siew, retired head of research at Inter-Pacific Securities, believes retail investors nowadays are more sophisticated and pay attention to companies’ fundamentals. “In the 1990s, stock trading was not based on the actual information and announcements. A lot of it was based on rumours. At that time, we only had half-yearly results, but now we have quarterly results, which help to guide investors as to what makes a good company.”

Areca Capital Sdn Bhd CEO Danny Wong says retail investors’ interests are very different now. “During the 1990s, the trading value was very small, but the volume was very high — that means retailers went into penny stocks. But this time around, it is different; investors are buying glove, healthcare, technology and banking stocks. They are not just looking at penny stocks, but also looking into holding certain [fundamentally strong] stocks.”

He adds that today, the market is more mature and investors’ interests are protected by the regulators.


Bursa1575
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Posted by Bursa1575 > Jul 11, 2020 10:08 PM | Report Abuse

Cover Story: Reminders of the super bull run* This article first appeared in The Edge Malaysia Weekly, on June 29, 2020


Stockiss
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Posted by Stockiss > Jul 12, 2020 8:01 AM | Report Abuse

The crux of the article is reminding in a super bullish market, be prepared for a sudden down fall especially in time of economic uncertainty. This is already happening where you can see most funds are flooding to glove, health, medical & technology counters related to Covid-19, especially 2nd wave already reported in most world top countries, US, Europe, Russia, India & Brazil & several countries like Australia went back to lockdown.

There is no doubt that demand will continue to surge for those industries, but more salient question is where is safer and rewarding for their funds to be.


wjhwee
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Posted by wjhwee > Jul 13, 2020 10:06 AM | Report Abuse

diarrhoea-ing


Killsthebear
124 posts

Posted by Killsthebear > Jul 13, 2020 10:48 AM | Report Abuse

hmm... enough tickets to heaven?


newcomer1388
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Posted by newcomer1388 > Jul 17, 2020 4:55 PM | Report Abuse

fruitcake: i agree. stupid slvest.... i park 50k units and stuck


kasrim
909 posts

Posted by kasrim > Jul 20, 2020 6:03 PM | Report Abuse

run first..


MrRightTiming
139 posts

Posted by MrRightTiming > Jul 20, 2020 11:05 PM | Report Abuse

Run first? Thats what losers do at the right time. Now os the time to consider buying la oioi


CentAce
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Posted by CentAce > Jul 21, 2020 7:10 PM | Report Abuse

Ran at 1.42 the other day. Time to masuk balik muahaha


SuperPanda
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Posted by SuperPanda > Jul 25, 2020 11:02 PM | Report Abuse

should hve rebound but market now bad, 2 wks tp range 1.20~130


SuperPanda
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Posted by SuperPanda > Jul 27, 2020 12:06 PM | Report Abuse

not falling down below 1.30 is good signal, lets see for another week


roger3210
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Posted by roger3210 > Jul 28, 2020 11:03 AM | Report Abuse

if market good also cannot rebound, be prepared for crazy sell down once the support is broken.


Bursa1575
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Posted by Bursa1575 > Jul 28, 2020 2:15 PM | Report Abuse

KUALA LUMPUR (July 28): Former premier Datuk Seri Najib Razak has today been found guilty by the High Court here of all seven charges of abuse of power, criminal breach of trustand money-laundering in relation to RM42 million belonging to SRC International Sdn Bhd.


fruitcake
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Posted by fruitcake > Aug 4, 2020 4:24 PM | Report Abuse

soi stock


roger3210
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Posted by roger3210 > Aug 4, 2020 4:32 PM | Report Abuse

warning has been given, dont blame the stock.


kasrim
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Posted by kasrim > Aug 4, 2020 5:37 PM | Report Abuse

hahah.. run first.. and come again to collect


Wongjo
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Posted by Wongjo > Aug 6, 2020 10:00 AM | Report Abuse

https://www.bharian.com.my/berita/nasional/2020/07/711054/5-pembida-lss3-telah-meterai-perjanjian-dengan-tnb


Shashe
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Posted by Shashe > Aug 6, 2020 7:03 PM | Report Abuse

Any good news coming? Suddenly spike up?


klcianalyzer
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Posted by klcianalyzer > Aug 6, 2020 8:25 PM | Report Abuse

Just the usual breakout.. follow the chart


chungyi8455
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Posted by chungyi8455 > Aug 7, 2020 2:31 PM | Report Abuse

teog seng feedmill, malaysia largest egg producing mill,just went solar and solarvest is appointed....good news will come guys..


fruitcake
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Posted by fruitcake > Aug 10, 2020 2:36 PM | Report Abuse

another shameful company


klcianalyzer
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Posted by klcianalyzer > Aug 10, 2020 5:28 PM | Report Abuse

Not a solar trend yet I guess


Bursa1575
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Posted by Bursa1575 > Aug 11, 2020 6:59 AM | Report Abuse

The economy has been in bad shape since the Covid-19 outbreak, with many losing their jobs or having to take a pay cut. Businesses are grappling with the challenging business environment, with quite a number forced to shut down.

But for another group of people, times are crazy good. They don’t have to worry about their livelihoods or being retrenched. All they have to do is to monitor the stock market and put in their orders daily. If they are lucky, they can make a few thousand ringgit in just a few minutes.

This is something we haven’t experienced for years. Opportunities appear to be everywhere given the soaring market liquidity, and trading volumes which have reached stratospheric levels seem to be defying gravity.

The stock market seems ripe for the picking — provided you have some investment capital.

An investor shared on an investment blog that he had raked in over RM100,000 in the current glove rally. Wow! What a wonderful fortune!

A friend bought into all the eight glove counters — why stop at one when you can buy all eight — and has earned the equivalent of a few months’ salary.

Apart from the eight stocks — Top Glove Corp Bhd, Supermax Corp Bhd, Hartalega Holdings Bhd, Kossan Rubber Industries Bhd, Rubberex Corp (M) Bhd, Careplus Group Bhd, Comfort Gloves Bhd and Adventa Bhd — other healthcare or Covid-19-related counters are also rocketing to higher and higher peaks.

The most asked question this week is, which stocks will hit limit up (again) next?

Many investors pay a huge sum of money to attend share trading courses, but can we apply the lessons to the current market condition? Yes and no.

Stocks can act crazy and go beyond fundamentals by a long shot. You have to admit that in certain cases, fundamental analysis (to determine whether a stock is overvalued or undervalued) is no longer applicable.

Instead, market psychology and buying momentum are key. A stock will remain “dead” if there is no strong support from the so-called big funds.

Most of the time — particularly when the market is so heated like the present — retail investors take the lead from the funds and merely follow suit. A bit like sheep perhaps, but for now, wealthier than those sitting on the sidelines.

More hesitant investors fear a trap, as the bull will only run if the big funds continue to participate in the race.

Of course, it won’t be a “smooth sailing” rally as small and big corrections will happen along the way and prompt investors to sell their shares on fears that a downturn has started.

In other words, expect your confidence in your shareholdings to be tested.

In this unusual market, you would also have noticed that the investment mantra of “buy low, sell high” no longer applies as it has been replaced by “buy high and sell higher” — at least in the healthcare and technology sectors, where the mania has continued unabated.

In the end, it is just about the right timing, strategy and tactic. Pick a few stocks for daily monitoring and try to track their movements for hints of the next direction.

Given low interest rates and ample liquidity, investor interest in the stock market is likely to remain elevated.

While we all know it is a game of musical chairs, some of us just can’t resist the temptation. Fingers crossed, the vibrant market will remain vibrant for a long while, if not forever. Good luck and every success in the stock market!


SHAH NURSYAHMIAIMAN NOOR JALAINI
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Posted by SHAH NURSYAHMIAIMAN NOOR JALAINI > Aug 12, 2020 7:25 PM | Report Abuse

The Board of Directors of Solarvest is pleased to announce that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Solarvest Asset Management Sdn. Bhd. (“SAMSB”) has on 12 August 2020 obtained a Moneylender License issued under the Moneylenders Act 1951 and the Moneylenders (Control and Licensing) Regulations 2003 (“the License”) by the Ministry of Housing and Local Government (“the Ministry”).

The License shall be valid for a period of two (2) years effective from 6 August 2020 and it is renewable upon the renewal application is made with the Ministry.

The License allows SAMSB to undertake the business of money lending service in relation to solar leasing and other related activities.

This announcement is dated 12 August 2020.


soros228
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Posted by soros228 > Aug 12, 2020 10:33 PM | Report Abuse

well said Bursa 1575, very experience.


Shashe
33 posts

Posted by Shashe > Aug 12, 2020 10:38 PM | Report Abuse

https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/solarvest-unit-bags-twoyear-moneylender-licence-kpkt?type=malaysia

Tomorrow will go up...


skydrag
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Posted by skydrag > Aug 13, 2020 7:55 PM | Report Abuse

proposed pp, esos, could be good news?


leedjuta
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Posted by leedjuta > Aug 14, 2020 4:46 PM | Report Abuse

What happen to this share? The price went down again and again and again.....


Hotstuff
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Posted by Hotstuff > Aug 14, 2020 5:52 PM | Report Abuse

what happened to you fool? u cant see 900 counters went down everyday? u blind or what?

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