kltrader's Portfolio: My Investment Portfolio 

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Current Holding 2 Stocks
All Time Holding 46 Stocks
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Cash: 123,892.00 ()

Available Cash Balance 123,892.00
Current Cash Balance 123,892.00
Unpaid Dividend 0.00
% of Total Value

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Average Cost 142,782.86
Unrealized Gain
% over Average Cost

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Total Capital 120,000.00
Total Return
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Stock Name   Last Price Change Shares Market Value % Average Cost Per Share Unrealized Gain % Day Gain %
What If Analysis   MUHIBAH MYR 10,000 11,125.76 1.112
What If Analysis   PERISAI MYR 12,000 7,765.10 0.647
$CASH 123,892.00
Total 100.00%

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Ke nt kltrader, it will be good if you can jot down some note for each transactions.... why perform such trade? what is the entry \ exit plan? what is the target profit? and importantly, when to cut loss. this can serve as important guide to the public reader and yourself.

thanks for sharing!
02/03/2012 8:59 AM
kltrader I've make some good and bad trades. The worst is probably NAIM, where I held on to the stock following the advice from a Technical analyst who was betting it for the Sarawak election play last year. Eventually that proved to be a bad decision.
02/03/2012 10:08 AM
Yuzuki anyway good trade overall kltrader, at least all of us can see your trading activities, unlike someone like CP who only talk, moan & groan with no substance at all, congrats kltrader & keep up the good work
02/03/2012 10:12 AM
Ke nt kltrader, i think the important thing is we can learn from the trade. And, i believe most of us have pay for the learning fees to the market. In overall, it is good trade as you still wearing a green shirt.

Yuzuki, i think cp's is very helpful in the community too. It just that not everyone buy in his style of writing. And I do hope that we can learn from each other in such a good community.
02/03/2012 10:35 AM
Ke nt and one more thing, I also hope that cp (or any other guru) share their lesson learn by open the portfolio to us. else, we only hear the good story but not really the "real world"..

i like kltrader share with us his ADVENTA and NAIM. from there, we can see what is the real activities for a trader.
02/03/2012 10:37 AM
AlexGTX Good trade. Definitely can be lesson for beginners like me. Touched investment field not long ago, hoping to be one successful investor.
10/01/2013 12:54 PM
kcchongnz Posted by kcchongnz > Jan 5, 2013 11:41 AM | Report Abuse X
che bob, there are thousands of economists in the world. 50% say one thing and the other 50% the opposite. Nobody can predict the macroeconomic situation right consistently. There are too many variables. Read the following link.

kltrader, that was my comment on one of the threads. I re post here because I thought you put too much money as cash. Afraid of the general election? Europe financial crisis? The US fiscal cliff? That also apply to a lot of unit trust funds, even the legendary TTB's handling of icap for the last few months, or even a year. Hence I think if you place too much money as cash, you may miss some major rallies and your portfolio may under-perform. In general if one hold too much cash for one year, the cash holding probably would under-perform by about 7-8% a year, being the difference of return from equity and cash.
10/01/2013 1:54 PM
kcchongnz Oop, I might have mistaken a trading account from an investment account. Pai seh pai seh.
10/01/2013 2:09 PM
Buddy Fat Cat wow, this is nice, i will learn to set up the porfolio here tonight..
10/01/2013 2:39 PM
Buddy Fat Cat i keep my transactions history at my computer excel spreadsheet.. and at jupiter.com, they provide a automatic portfolio too.

im not only fat, but lazy as well.. and some more the portfolio at i3 is not that nice, and have to key in many stuff etc etc.. sometime the website is down, or maybe one day this website will down forever, so.. thats why i dont bother to make a portfolio here.
10/01/2013 3:17 PM