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[KSENG] HIDDEN JEWEL

Zowie! I strongly agree with you.
28-Dec-2012 10:50 AM

[GEM IN THE MAKING] Why Kseng is typically undervalued in terms of Asset backing , cash reserves and other investments ?

Kseng is indeed asset-rich and equity-rich as well. When it sold its stake in Parkway Holdings Ltd, it got back RM327.49m. It's profit from the sale was RM260.14m. Considering that its paid-up capital is only RM241.39m, the amount earned is substantial. Without a special dividend and just a bonus issue of 1 for 2 is indeed frustrating. I hope the bonus issue is a prelude to something more tangible. Fortunately, the stock reacted to the bonus announcement and opened with an upside gap in its share price. Since then, it has been trending higher. How high will it go? This is anybody's guess. To ride the trend, the only way I can think of is to use a trailing stop. For more about Kseng, click here: http://www.keckseng.org/
1-Jan-2011 9:29 AM

[STOCK] To make money in the stock market, what is the best approach?

Buds drop; flowers drop; young fruits also drop; of course, matured fruits drop as well. You may actually outlive your son, or your father may outlive you. You never know what is going to happen. Warren Buffett is 70 plus now. I don't think he has changed his strategy. (Please don't feel offended. I have not intention to offend anyone.)
26-Mar-2010 8:55 AM

[STOCK] To make money in the stock market, what is the best approach?

Trading the trend, that's easier said than done. Don't forget that a trend confirmed can suddenly change course. As for having a plan, that's easy, the hard part is trading the plan. If you had bought shares in Haio, Hartalega, KPJ, Adventa, Top Glove and many other good counters, in early 2009 in the KLSE and adopted the buy-and-hold strategy, you would be pretty rich by now. As for how long you should hold, Warren Buffett says that his time is forever. Genius is nothing more than elegant common sense. If you don't this, then you really need professional trading before you have any chance of winning in trading.
22-Mar-2010 3:28 PM

[STOCK] To make money in the stock market, what is the best approach?

Sorry, Let's should be That's in the above post. If you really have the ability to trade, you should trade the FKLI or the FCPO where you either go short or long. Presently, shorting stocks is illegal in Bursa and there is nothing you can do even when you see that a bear market is on track. But, with the FKLI or FCPO, you are legally okay if you short. Make sure you don't lose your skin, though. Go slow, be cautious.
12-Mar-2010 12:50 PM

[STOCK] To make money in the stock market, what is the best approach?

Investing is boring. The buy-and-hold strategy probably does not suit the majority. Who does not want excitement and make money at the same time? But let's be honest; how many have the skill to do that? It's easy to say: Cut your losses quickly and let your profits run. In actual case, it's much easier to cut your profits and let your losses run. Let's why many traders lose money and they will continue to lose money, trading. You are the exception if you can win.
12-Mar-2010 12:32 PM

[STOCK] To make money in the stock market, what is the best approach?

In my opinion, you can't make money trading unless you are a genius. Big money is not in trading; it is in the waiting. The buy-and-hold strategy is still the best provided you know how to identify good stocks to buy.
9-Mar-2010 5:55 PM

[OTHERS] Which online broker do you use ?

At JupiterOnLine, trades below 50k, per contract is 0.1%; for trades above 50k, per contract is 0.05%. Minimum per contract is RM10. At M2U, minimum per contract is RM8. Your can ask for rates as low as 0.1% for your trades. At OSK and KIB, the rate is 0.42%. I have no ideas about the others.
9-Mar-2010 5:42 PM

[OTHERS] Which online broker do you use ?

Try JupiterOnLine
5-Feb-2010 12:26 PM
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