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Two brands I like. Same company, soon? Money flowing into Malaysia, good.

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.

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Stop talking about ‘fake’ competition. Build a profitable one please.

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.

Buy because of the business, that’s safer.

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.

MRT 3 by Chinese / Japanese consortium (build and finance), probably.

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.

Property stocks Malaysia at 7-month low. What’s UP?

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?

Worried? The next stock market crash will strike in 2018.

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.

Easy to follow stock investments – ‘super-rich suddenly not possible’ ok

Another friend asked me about stocks that I have bought. Actually, I am passive when it comes to the stock market. I love them (stocks) but they are more of a ‘fixed-deposit’ to me. In other words, I would buy those which overall debts are always lower or better still, very little debts. No wonder … Read moreEasy to follow stock investments – ‘super-rich suddenly not possible’ ok

Sometimes, the focus can be “Invest for stable returns,” not always for HUGE potential. 

This is something close to my heart and I have written about it a few times. Stop fooling ourselves that internet related startups trying to solve a real world issue must keep losing lots of money for potential earnings in future. Those investors who invest in all these could have invested in something better actually. … Read moreSometimes, the focus can be “Invest for stable returns,” not always for HUGE potential. 

Not show profit and still a true business? For how long? 

This article is aimed at huge names outside this region which is still losing money by focusing on market share, gaining them mostly through ‘spending.’ I think my tolerance level is pretty high for startups. I think they must be given time to grow and to start showing good promise which is a clear direction … Read moreNot show profit and still a true business? For how long? 

Trumpflation H1 and more expensive valuation for H2 2017

Is President Trump good for the stock market? Well, it does seem that he has been good to both the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI) and Bursa Malaysia. The image shows the DJI. Why was he good for the stock market? According to chief executive officer and executive director Teh Chi-cheun of Pacific Mutual Fund in … Read moreTrumpflation H1 and more expensive valuation for H2 2017

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