Archive for October, 2007

Google leaps to $700 from $600 within 20-days trading

Investors or traders who believe in Google have every reason not only to smile but laughing all the way to the bank. Since the Mountain View-based company reported a set of good earnings less than 2 weeks ago, it breached the $650 level and never looks back. And to think that the internet search engine […]

... written on Oct 31 2007

Trading Options can generate 10% monthly returns

Whenever the Fed speaks, everyone stop trading and listen. Stocks markets will normally go to silent from busy mode, at least relatively. After the announcement, everybody will either scramble to buy or sell. That’s where the excitement is and it’ll be more exciting if the people freak out to the direction of your prediction. Today, […]

... written on Oct 31 2007

Forget about TMT stocks, here come the Replacements

For a very long time, foreign investors were fed with the limited choice of TMT whenever stocks investing are concerned in Malaysia. The abbreviation of TMT means Telekom, Maybank and Tenaga. The best of practice for foreign fund managers then was you must invest in these three heavyweight stocks since they constituted the biggest percentage […]

... written on Oct 31 2007

Can’t trade stocks or options without calculator

When is the happiest time in an investor’s (or punter) life? When his / her stocks or options in the profitable territory of course. If you invest in equity markets such as Malaysia or Singapore stock markets, you can only celebrate when the stocks go up. On the other hand if you trade the more […]

... written on Oct 31 2007

Revisiting MAYBULK’s Stock after One-Month

Diversification, diversification and diversification – that’s one of the strategies in stocks investing if you wish to make money. Why diversify? To old birds (veteran investors) you should know what does that mean. To new birds (newbies) it simply means not all stocks will go up or down at the same time. And if you […]

... written on Oct 30 2007

Another 25 basis points rate cut overshadow Oil Prices

Oil prices continue to surge but that is not going to stop investors from feeling optimistic about the stock market. At least the expectation from the Federal Reserve to cut interest rate again is high and strong. And this (optimism) is sufficient for the investors to ignore the fact that crude oil futures had soared […]

... written on Oct 29 2007

Why Can’t Public Enjoy the Benefits of Strong Ringgit?

It’s not difficult to become a Finance Minister, especially when you’re also holding the position as the Prime Minister cum Minister of Internal Security. Malaysian Prime Minister (PM) could easily be one of the most powerful positions in the world, holding the other two very important ministerships as he walks the corridor of powers. As […]

... written on Oct 28 2007

Anniversary Gift from Google to FinanceTwitter – PR 5

You might not know this but time really flies. I have almost forgotten that this month is actually FinanceTwitter’s “1st Anniversary” in the blogosphere. It was a year ago when I discovered the fun of blogging and immediately started with Google Blogger’s platform. Since then FinanceTwitter had blogged about 720 posts which translate into about […]

... written on Oct 27 2007

Scalped small profit from Akamai during boring time

Yesterday, Thursday, was rather a boring trading day as both my Google Inc. and Apple Inc. were not performing as expected. If you were monitoring both stocks yesterday, you will know what I mean. Anyway, you can always scout for some of the stocks and scalp some profit out of it. Really, there’re many way […]

... written on Oct 26 2007

Oil prices establishing $90 as the new base

Oil prices closed above $90 a barrel for the first time officially Thursday, on news that Lebanese troops had fired on Israeli warplanes. Even though the new conflict will not affect oil supplies directly, it would however indirectly “invite” other Middle-East countries such as Saudi Arabia and Iran into the whole hostile situation. The NYMEX […]

... written on Oct 26 2007

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