I happened to read Financial Daily today. Take a look at the front page. Usually, the most interesting news would be highlighted on the front page. First up is the biggest one with photo. ‘KWAP GOES LOCAL.’ Basically what this tells us is that the KWAP pension fund thinks the domestic property market offers better … Read moreKWAP goes local, stocks tumble in the US and ‘please don’t resign’ news.
Is the Malaysian economy in trouble? Depends on who you ask these days. One end says it is about to collapse. Another side says this is the strongest ever. Well, whether about to collapse or the strongest ever, life goes on for most working Malaysians like me. I still have to work hard and hope … Read moreEconomy? Bubble? Look at banks, just numbers.
I read a good article about the state of the stock market. In brief, it gives a frank overview cum assessment of where the stock market stands against all the other competing investments (for our money since it’s limited). Here’s that article by Ben Shane Lim in TheEdgeMarkets.com: Cover Story: When the stock market can’t … Read moreStock market is still attractive for me.
I received two Whatsapp messages just yesterday. I really do wonder why people would want to create them and why there are people who love to forward these kind of messages. One came with a photo of the EPF’s building on fire and said something along the lines of “6.9 percent announced yesterday. With this … Read moreEPF’s returns? 6.02 pct over past 10 years. 6.37 pct over past 5 years.
On a daily basis, I drink two cups of coffee. Usually, one of it would be white coffee and another would be instant coffee with milk. Occasionally, when I am with friends, then it looks ‘classier’ to have a latte in cafes, usually Starbucks. (I prefer Coffee Bean though. 😛 ) One white coffee brand … Read moreTwo brands I like. Same company, soon? Money flowing into Malaysia, good.
This is not a property investment related article. I am writing because too many people have the wrong perception of what’s a competitively profitable company and what’s a famous and likeable company. Two totally different things yeah. I was chatting with a close friend a few says ago. She was sharing with me about her … Read moreStop talking about ‘fake’ competition. Build a profitable one please.
There was an article in TheStar: A fed up TS Wong sells stakes in Palette and MUI to quell speculation which tells of how shares of some companies shot up because of some reports of POTENTIAL news related to someone well known who happened to own some shares in those companies. TS Wong released this … Read moreBuy because of the business, that’s safer.
This is quite a big news. It seems that MRT Line 3 will now be built via the build and finance way instead of the Project Delivery Partner way as per MRT SBK (Line 1) or MRT SSP (Sungai Buloh – Serdang – Putrajaya). Here’s that news in TheStar. This decision has rattled the share price … Read moreMRT 3 by Chinese / Japanese consortium (build and finance), probably.
If you love commercial property but does not have a couple of hundred thousand ringgit for the downpayment, you can also choose to buy REITs instead. Real Estate Investment Trusts (REIT) allow us exposure into the commercial property world at a very small investment. The returns are not necessarily low either. It should be better than … Read moreProperty stocks Malaysia at 7-month low. What’s UP?
Interesting piece of news in my Facebook page. Not from any friend but it’s a ‘suggested video.’ “The next stock market crash will strike in 2018.” I think the statement is quite worrying for some, perhaps. This is especially those who are not so used to many predictions every now and then. Some of which … Read moreWorried? The next stock market crash will strike in 2018.