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Archive for November, 2011

Dec 2011 Stock Market Comment : Searching for safety in 2012!

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Gold Safety

Dear Subscribers, A Big Year-End Splash Party await us with likely another bullish month finished as we are swing to year-end 2011 after numerous “flash” global market collapses and quick rebounds. The market reversed from a low base @ 1310 level  to finish with one of the strongest rebound as KLSE stock market gains +6-7% […]

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KLSE News: 30 Nov 2011 – Proton Q2 quarter net profit fell 76% …

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1. Sumatec Resources Bhd has inked an agreement with a unit controlled by Tan Sri Halim Saad for a proposed production-sharing contract with CaspiOilGas LLP. Sumatec said the partners would jointly develop and extract hydrocarbon in Kazakhstan’s Shelly Oil Field. CaspiOilGas is a concession holder and operator of the Shelly Oil Field, which was awarded […]

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Few Seats Left for Main Course Dec 10-12, 2011 (Held twice a Year, next one is June 2012) !

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Dear Subscriber, One of the questions I received was, “Will your price & volume analysis technique work on our (Malaysian) markets?” The answer is a resounding yes and is obvious if you understand what trading with volume spread analysis is all about. Volume spread analysis (VSA) is better word for price and volume analysis and […]

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KLSE News: 29 Nov 2011 – UEM Land Holdings Bhd aims to sell RM3b worth of properties next year..

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1. The verdict is still out on how the country’s economic growth can be sustained next year in the face of the continuing uncertainty and volatility following the better-than-expected third-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) data released by Bank Negara recently. According to the Finance Ministry’s macroeconomics head Lim Seng Gim last week, the economy would […]

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Market Report Begin’g – 26 Nov 2011

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Dear Subscribers, Also click here to listen to Our New Weekly Audio Commentary. Click here. Here is a quote from Reuters yesterday: (Reuters) – Italy paid a record 6.5 percent to borrow money over six months on Friday and its longer-term funding costs soared far above levels seen as sustainable for public finances, raising the […]

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