Archive for June, 2007

Relook at GreenPacket Stock – Problem or Opportunity?

Since my last article on why I think Green Packet Stock Pattern Behaving like Google Stock, Green Packet Berhad (KLSE: GPACKET, stock-code 0082) has rebound from second support level of RM 4.00 to above $4.80 per-share (first support) and even touched the trend-line (refer to chart below). Subsequently the stock plunged back to the RM4.00 […]

... written on Jun 25 2007

AirAsia X to Finally Take-Off after Early Turbulence

British billionaire Sir Richard Branson of Virgin Group is reported to be taking a stake in Malaysia’s new AirAsia long-haul budget airline. The Star newspaper which claimed it picked sources familiar with the negotiation reported that Branson would take a 20 percent stake in Fly Asian Express (FAX), teaming up with Asia’s aviation tycoon Tony […]

... written on Jun 24 2007

Locked Profit on Google – 20 Percent for 5-Days Trading

Boy, have you seen how Google Inc.’s (Nasdaq: GOOG, stock) stock performs today? Unbelievable, considering the new resistance of $525 was established about two-weeks ago only. It was on June-7th, 2007 when the highest of $526.50 per shares was recorded. What prompted me to enter the position (GOOG Aug $510 Call) on June-18th, 2007 was […]

... written on Jun 22 2007

PECD Stock – Why You Should Run Away, Fast

If there’s one thing you should consider before investing a particular stock, it has to be the profit and loss statement of the company. This is the easiest indicator to show how the company is performing and to tell investors how well it is being managed, or how great the management has been screwing up […]

... written on Jun 22 2007

Summer Starts – Watchout for Energy Stocks

Today marks the start of summer where the driving-season could push the demand for oil to a higher level (heard of summer holiday?). So, you better watch out for the oil price which could be sparked by a tiny instability news. Energy (+2.0%) turned in the best performance even as oil prices closed lower again […]

... written on Jun 22 2007

EU envoy Criticize Malaysia's Bias pro-Malay Policies

The European Union’s top envoy to Malaysia on Thursday issued a rare and strong criticism against Malaysia’s policy of favoring ethnic Malays, calling it protectionist and unfair to foreign companies – reported Kyoto News Thierry Rommel, the EU ambassador to Malaysia, said Malaysia uses the excuse of “infant industry argument” allowed under the World Trade […]

... written on Jun 21 2007

How to Write Check to Yourself Every Month?

Did you read those advertisements in the newspaper about how the specialists claim himself/herself to be able to help you make money for the rest of your life with his/her method or secret? The advertisements will further urge you to book a seat for a free preview in order to sell you the dream on […]

... written on Jun 21 2007

Bond Yields Came Back Haunting

The 10-year Treasury note’s yield soared to 5.15 percent late Wednesday from 5.09 percent late Tuesday, reigniting worries among stock investors that high rates could thwart corporate deal-making and further injure the limping housing market. The stock market started reacting violently to Treasury yields two weeks ago when the 10-year yield surged past 5 percent […]

... written on Jun 21 2007

Lottery Ticket Seller Goes into Hiding

This is what happen if you suddenly found youself with a sudden windfall and do not know what to do, worst still if you’re staying in a high-crime area. It was reported that after a punter from Muar (a small district within Johore, Malaysia) won a whopping RM17mil in a Big Sweep draw, the person […]

... written on Jun 20 2007

Why Would Someone Buy Maxis at $15.60

For those who are still holding to your baby Maxis Communications Berhad (KLSE: MAXIS, stock-code 5051), you should know that tomorrow, Thursday 21-June, is the last day for you to transfer the shares to Ananda – only if you decided to get full refund of $15.30 pershare from the tycoon. Ananda has already secured more […]

... written on Jun 20 2007

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