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Market Comment Begin’g – 17 Mar 2014

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EWS - 17 Mar

Dear Investors, The Nikkei 225 has dropped from 16,182 to 14,764 a drop of over 9 % from 30 Dec 2013 until 6 Feb 2014. The Yen has also strengthened. This has threatened the plans of the Japanese government to reflate their economy and pull themselves out of an export slump and 20 years of […]

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Market Comment Begin’g -24 Feb 2014

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Dear Subscribers, Since January 2014, the CRB Index has risen over 9 % . The CRB Index represents a basket of commodities such as grains, meats, oil, gold, silver, base metals and soft commodities such as sugar, cocoa and cotton. Because of the diversity of commodities in the CRB, in my opinion it would be […]

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Market Comment Begin’g – 17 Feb 2014

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gp - 17 Feb

Dear Subscribers, In the humble opinion of this writer, the gold bull is back. Price of physical gold closed above the 200 Moving Average Friday on high volume with conviction. The world is waking up to the on going world wide Central Bank Ponzi scheme. It is a scheme to create growth and wealth via […]

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Market Comment Begin’g – 27 Jan 2014

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moon phase - 27 Jan

Dear Subscribers, Last Tuesday we held a course on Value Investing as applied to the KLSE and focused for Phillip Wealth Planners. Over 44 attended and hopefully our course gave them some ideas of how to benefit their clients and themselves. Benefits of value investing include building wealth over time, capital preservation and being able […]

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Market Comment Begin’g – 13 Jan 2014

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jlc - 13 Jan

Dear Subscribers, Last week, we spoke with the research head of a local stock broker. He made the case that interest rates would rise in 2014. Of course, this is a world wide trend and Malaysia will follow. Bottom line: avoid REITs, bonds of all types, property developers and construction companies. Margins in these companies […]

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