Archive for May, 2008

Apple 3G iPhone – Broadcom the winner?

Apple’s two bucks jump in the stock price Friday was primarily due to Dell Inc.’s strong earnings result that pushed up technology shares and the expectation that Apple Inc. is preparing for the much talked-about 3G iPhone launch. This time it’s for real considering that it was Apple itself that was spreading the news of […]

... written on May 31 2008

MPs grill Maybank CEO – let the worms come wriggling

Even if Maybank or some other hidden hands in this matter would eventually pull it through, the real reasons for paying exorbitant price for Indonesian PT Bank Internasional Indonesia (JAK: BNII) should be revealed to the public especially the stock investors. At least investors who are thinking of going into the river of Maybank be […]

... written on May 30 2008

Facebook Redesign? Who cares, I just want the Stock

Whenever the discussion about Google vs Facebook pops there’s always a group of people who would scream “Huh? Google and Facebook are of different business dude!” Of course I know that silly. Every Tom, Dick and his dog knew Google is in online search business while Facebook is in one of Web 2.x businesses – […]

... written on May 29 2008

Greed & Corruption turn the country into Gangster-State?

You cannot help but get very suspicious of the whole Grand Saga-Bandar Mahkota Cheras crisis. After the recent police brutality I thought it won’t happen again, well at least not so soon, but how wrong I was. It was just like those Bollywood movie whereby the tyranny of the rich crossed all the boundaries, the […]

... written on May 28 2008

AAPL breached $184 with second hurdle at $192

One of the strategies to tell the speculators that they’re screwed with their greediness in making money by jacking up the oil prices is to boycott them. How? Use less fuel or stay at home. That’s precisely what happened during the Memorial Day when analysts predicted that people were going out less and with the […]

... written on May 28 2008

From stockbroker to selling ePetrol, goldmine for Rashid?

Ask yourself if you’ve voted the opposition namely DAP, PKR or PAS during the 12th general election three months ago and if the answer is “yes” then give a round of applause to yourself. I was pretty sure there were hidden hands at work in manipulating the price of rice ever since the Padiberas Nasional […]

... written on May 26 2008

Tiger at Home but Useless and Hopeless against Outsiders

Actually the article I wrote yesterday was rather long, too long that I need to split it into two or three articles. Although both, of which the second part will be revealed in this article, seemed to be of different topics it was in actual fact related – it’s about Jaguh Kampung or Village Champions. […]

... written on May 25 2008

An island for Singapore, rocks for Malaysia – Amazing!

I almost fell off my chair, not because I was extremely sad that Malaysia lost her island but from the extreme laugh, probably one of funniest episodes – the verdict of 28-year territorial dispute on a small island. The International Court of Justice’s 12-4 decision in favor of Singapore on Pulau Batu Puteh (known as […]

... written on May 24 2008

BIDU stock trend reversing? Cool! A New Asian Tiger

Netease.com Inc. (Nasdaq: NTES, stock), a leading Chinese Internet and online game service provider, reported its first-quarter profits fell 10% due to higher tax charges from a new income tax law despite a jump in revenue. Shares of NTES sold off sharply by 6% to $22.60. The weakness in shares of NetEase.com spilled over into […]

... written on May 23 2008

The Richest Malaysians, Robert Kuok scored the perfect 10

The Malaysians who made it to the richest list is out as compiled by Forbes Asia. Leading the list is the undisputed sugar king Robert Kuok who made the score of US$10 billion, up by $2.4 billion. If only he could put someone else other than the idiot politician who was the former president of […]

... written on May 22 2008









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