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63 comment(s). Last comment by speakup 2015-05-14 12:23

lohman

205 posts

Posted by lohman > 2014-07-07 09:47 | Report Abuse

Mr Koon, you can make RM millions on moderate price fluctuations of 10% or so on highlighted stocks because of your relatively high transaction volumes. Not so the rest of us who don't have the means to commit tens or a hundred million RM on a single counter, no matter how promising. To some extent, your trades do influence the stock price and some who have been negatively impacted may be justified to doubt your sincerity. I know you mean well but is it possible to tone down the shouting about how much you bought at the cheap sale and how much you will make in future? The information sharing is very much appreciated but not so much what seems like bragging. Excuse my forthrightness and thank you for your understanding.

Posted by Koon Yew Yin > 2014-07-07 10:06 | Report Abuse

Lohman, I appreciate and understand your comment. My main object in saying that I bought large amount of Jaya Tiasa and Mudajaya is to show my confidence in them, although it may sound like bragging. Can you imagine what the readers will say when the price of these 2 counters come down after I boasted? I will have to find a place to hide.

lohman

205 posts

Posted by lohman > 2014-07-07 10:22 | Report Abuse

Mr Koon, no matter what you mean you say, some will misunderstand and some will get the execution wrong. And blame you, which is most unfair. I just don't like to see you maligned unnecessarily for good men are few and far between. Especially one who sticks to his principles. Have a good day.

lkoky

533 posts

Posted by lkoky > 2014-07-07 10:26 | Report Abuse

Mr. Koon, many thanks for sharing the info. Please keep up the good work and sharing.

Lohman, I think no matter how low / high profile Mr Koon posted his stock selection; sure will have one or two cowards will try to take a snipe on him. U just cant please everyone in this world.

Ricky Kiat

1,357 posts

Posted by Ricky Kiat > 2014-07-07 12:38 | Report Abuse

Uncle Koon,time will prove.i already prepare champagne .

kkng0819kk

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Posted by kkng0819kk > 2014-07-07 17:52 | Report Abuse

Mr Koon-good health and good luck to you

facai

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Posted by facai > 2014-07-07 22:59 | Report Abuse

Good article to share...
If the shares are not known to many investors, in other words they are below the radar, then any fundamental result would have a minimal effect on the shares simply because there are not going to be many investor affected by it. That is why research reports and newspaper highlights are crucial. That is why investor relationship are vital for any publicly listed company.
just that we have to remember that a correct analysis does not guarantee you a profit in the stock market. It simply gives you a chance at making a profit when everyone else catches up with your findings AND you have enough staying power to wait when they do.
http://mymusingsmalaysia.blogspot.com/2014/07/share-price-demand-suppl...

bigdigkai

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Posted by bigdigkai > 2014-07-09 16:28 | Report Abuse

Dear Mr Koon, i have a question that i just can't get my head around, and i don't think i can find real answer from internet... so, may i ask this: why do rich people in their elder years still spend time pursuing more wealth? If happiness is the ultimate goal in life, do we really need that much money for it?

Posted by Koon Yew Yin > 2014-07-09 17:37 | Report Abuse

bigdigkai, I think you would like me to answer your question which should be interesting to all the readers.

At my age, I want to make more money to give it away to help poor people which makes me happy. In fact, I have written in my will that I will give Rm one million to each of my 7 dependants and the remaining of all my wealth will be for charity.

While I am doing it, I also help investors to buy good stocks with good profit growth prospect. For example this article which I posted a few days ago. Since its publication, the price has been going up with heavy volume.

Another example is Jaya Tiasa, when I recommended buy a few months ago, it was selling about Rm 2.10.

Very often, good share like Mudajaya, remained depressed for many years because investors are tired of waiting for good news and they sold their holdings.

It explains the frustrations of investors trading on fundamental analysis and valuation as to why sometimes despite the wonderful fundamental results, the share price does not budge, or worse drops. It is because it failed to increase expectations.

Expectations are a function of the number of investors and their expectation level.

If the shares are not known to many investors, in other words they are below the radar, then any fundamental result would have a minimal effect on the shares simply because there are not going to be many investor affected by it. That is why research reports and newspaper highlights are crucial. That is why investor relationship are vital for any publicly listed company.

If we have discovered a gem of a share based on our own fundamental analysis, no matter how accurate our calculations were, it would mean nothing if our expectations are not shared by others. Not that we are wrong or anything, it is simply that other are not aware or worse not interested.

I must admit that when the price of Mudajaya and Jaya Tiasa goes up, I feel so satisfied and happy knowing that I have help investor and myself make some profit.

bigdickkai, have I answered your question?

Posted by Koonbigfatliar > 2014-07-09 18:30 |

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Posted by Koon Yew Yin > 2014-07-09 18:39 | Report Abuse

Koonbigfatliar, why don't you use your real name? Judging from what you wrote, all readers know how successful you are. I am sure your friends know how successful you are.

Why don't you write some thing for us to judge you. Educated people do not behave like you.

Posted by kooncructhes > 2014-07-09 18:46 |

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dgtalkid

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Posted by dgtalkid > 2014-07-09 20:31 | Report Abuse

In this world that we all live in, we should always strive to help others if we are fortunate. The questions posed above can also be asked to Warren Buffet who is among the top richest people in the world & has donated a bulk of his fortune to charitable causes. Do your do best & help others. In this case, Mr Koon has proven himself to be a philanthropist & is helping the unfortunate with the wealth that he has accumulated, because of his passion. It's not really about the money. It is doing what he is passionate about & making money in the process, which enables him to help others. We all should strive to contribute how ever we can. No need for hostile statements above. Just do your best, live life & help the unfortunate. Remember that our children will inherit this world. Do we want it to be filled with hate & distrust?

Bs1688

419 posts

Posted by Bs1688 > 2014-07-09 22:03 | Report Abuse

Well said, do good , get good karma.

Posted by Koon Yew Yin > 2014-07-09 23:18 | Report Abuse

cy1988, I am accumulating TH Plantation when there are lots of sellers. I think I have been the largest buyer in the last few weeks. Today I could buy it at Rm 2.00. I strongly believe the result for the next few quarters will show increased profit. It is the cheapest in terms of market Cap per ha.

yongbm

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Posted by yongbm > 2014-07-10 02:22 | Report Abuse

Mr. Koon, I really enjoy reading your commentary on politics. You have a very sharp mind and you are able to accurately analyze and assess a situation based on facts and figures. I would like to humbly request if you could write a piece on the handling of the current Water Crisis by the Selangor MB, Tan Sri Khalid. Hr has maintained that he is doing what he is doing in the interest of the public. Despite this, we have prominent opposition such as Tony Pua criticizing his actions.

I am very interested to know your thoughts on the situation and whether did the MB do the right thing and got a good deal for the people of Selangor (which I am a resident of). The Star recently reported a piece to 'support' TS Khalid by saying that we need more selfless politicians like him. It seemed to me that the article is biased towards putting the opposition in a bad light. What do you think of it? Is the MB really as selfless they claim and was his moves (to acquire Syabas among others) makes sense?

Thanks!

zamsaham

778 posts

Posted by zamsaham > 2014-07-12 16:45 | Report Abuse

KYY - thanks for the write-up. Appreciate to see a real Dato in this website, a rare finding i must say.

Posted by Koon Yew Yin > 2014-07-12 16:59 | Report Abuse

zamsaham, who is a real Dato you mentioned? I am not a Dato. In fact, I have rejected a Datoship offer before. If I am a Dato, I cannot criticize the BN government for all its wrong doings.

zamsaham

778 posts

Posted by zamsaham > 2014-07-13 22:24 | Report Abuse

KYY - apologize for the mixed up.

Anyway. great to have you here.

barbarian

909 posts

Posted by barbarian > 2014-07-13 22:27 | Report Abuse

Datuk in malaysia doesn't mean anything anymore......kekeke
My father also Datuk....many grandchildren ...lol

Pitochu

137 posts

Posted by Pitochu > 2014-07-13 22:40 | Report Abuse

Looks like another pendatang doing well....after the other won Master Chef....

http://www.malaysia-chronicle.com/index.php?option=com_k2&view=ite...

http://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/masterchef-2014-winner-ping-coombes...

speakup

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Posted by speakup > 2014-07-13 23:03 | Report Abuse

Dato title is not important. What is important is character, integrity, honesty, loyalty and fairness. Some datos are OK, but some really dont deserve them.

yfchong

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Posted by yfchong > 2014-07-13 23:09 | Report Abuse

Wah the 5 items named here in the practice n qualities of leadership noted by john c maxwell.

speakup

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Posted by speakup > 2014-07-13 23:19 | Report Abuse

dato title should only be given to people who contribute to society but not in a monetary way. No point pay your way for a dato title.

johnny cash

6,362 posts

Posted by johnny cash > 2014-07-13 23:54 |

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johnny cash

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Posted by johnny cash > 2014-07-13 23:57 | Report Abuse

it is thru communism then society will learn the meaning of freedom n etc... society needs to learn a hard way...easy ways it does not understand

Posted by andrewphang > 2014-07-14 00:01 |

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Pitochu

137 posts

Posted by Pitochu > 2014-07-14 00:12 | Report Abuse

Walao....Communism ve terrorism ??

benson911

639 posts

Posted by benson911 > 2014-08-04 17:55 | Report Abuse

Current market cap is RM1.35B, in 2007, market cap from above research paper RM0.57B., alr up around 2.36 times.....

matakuda

487 posts

Posted by matakuda > 2014-08-04 17:59 | Report Abuse

Tp 3.20 in September 2014?

vinext

117 posts

Posted by vinext > 2014-08-05 04:29 | Report Abuse

so long didnt come here to read, rm76m x 26% la,not 76m

homosapien

102 posts

Posted by homosapien > 2014-08-10 18:15 | Report Abuse

Mr kYY, i have bought mudajaya...

Posted by Adrian Tan > 2014-09-26 18:29 | Report Abuse

Hi. May i knw what's ur opinion regarding Mudajaya now,since the situation of power plant in India is not so bright.

vinext

117 posts

Posted by vinext > 2014-10-22 03:24 | Report Abuse

MUDAJAYA is in the process of transforming into a powerhouse,says a friend. Well time will tell then. 1MDB has wun 3 IPP, mudaJaya stands a good chance to build them,also kidex. The prop division wil contribute 10% of the profit (demolish tropicana office and re-develop into other type of prop for sale)

vinext

117 posts

Posted by vinext > 2014-10-22 03:25 | Report Abuse

did i miss the news? july has passed, has the 1st 360mw of the 4units run d?

Posted by unclekoon > 2014-11-14 11:06 | Report Abuse

power plant up and running. Uncle koon proven to be wise

vinext

117 posts

Posted by vinext > 2015-02-20 03:02 | Report Abuse

grandpa koon? he has sold off at loss

koonkoon

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Posted by koonkoon > 2015-02-21 12:03 | Report Abuse

Another example is Jaya Tiasa, when I recommended buy a few months ago, it was selling about Rm 2.10.

koonkoon

24 posts

Posted by koonkoon > 2015-02-21 12:05 | Report Abuse

Lohman, I appreciate and understand your comment. My main object in saying that I bought large amount of Jaya Tiasa and Mudajaya is to show my confidence in them, although it may sound like bragging. Can you imagine what the readers will say when the price of these 2 counters come down after I boasted? I will have to find a place to hide.

koonkoon

24 posts

Posted by koonkoon > 2015-02-21 12:07 | Report Abuse

A big desperate seller sold Mudajaya and I bought more than one million shares at about Rm 2.40. Now Mudajaya is my 2nd largest holding. I am so sure to make several millions soon

johnny cash

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Posted by johnny cash > 2015-02-21 17:44 | Report Abuse

Koonkoon are you the true koon or just playing arround????

johnny cash

6,362 posts

Posted by johnny cash > 2015-02-21 17:47 | Report Abuse

Koonkoon why you run away from i3 site???

johnny cash

6,362 posts

Posted by johnny cash > 2015-02-21 17:49 | Report Abuse

Show us a proof that you are the true koon not an imposter

kk123

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Posted by kk123 > 2015-02-21 17:58 | Report Abuse

The real koon already run and make money
Now he is hiding somewhere as his calls make many lost money big time
This koon must be a faker or disgruntled loser/child

fakyou

1 posts

Posted by fakyou > 2015-02-21 18:26 |

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dingding

846 posts

Posted by dingding > 2015-05-14 12:18 | Report Abuse

Hi Mr. Koon, is it possible for you to share us the latest Mudajaya's news. stock. india powerplant progress. future / potention of Mudajaya, target price ...

speakup

18,866 posts

Posted by speakup > 2015-05-14 12:23 | Report Abuse

Mr Koon top pick now : VS & Latitude

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