Archive for June, 2008

Not sure where to park your money? Follow Kiyosaki

Robert Kiyosaki is the name synonym with personal-finance and has attracted millions of followers. His flagship product was definitely “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” book that has taken the world by storm. His other books titled “Rich Dad’s CASHFLOW Quadrant” and “Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing” was equally good and hits the top 10 best-sellers. The […]

... written on Jun 09 2008

Still steamy hot with fuel hike? Why not kick Badawi’s arse?

Don’t you hate Monday? It’s not end of the month so there’s no reason to celebrate. If you didn’t manage to squeeze some drops into your tank last week, chances are you already felt the pain of pouring extra 40 percent for the fuel by now. But seriously do you think this time around people […]

... written on Jun 08 2008

Windfall Tax – why Discriminate and Petronas not in?

Windfall Tax is not something new but neither was it started from the Jurassic Age. It so happened that certain industry suddenly experienced extraordinary profits and the mouth-watering government came with an ingenious idea to levy such companies under the name of windfall tax. The classic example was Exxon Mobil which reported unusual profits of […]

... written on Jun 07 2008

Al Capone of Broadcom, he did it in the wrong country

There was a saying that two Malaysian could not outsmart one Singaporean; four Singaporean could not outsmart one Hongkies (Hong Kong) and four Hongkies could not outsmart one Chinese (China). I’m not sure about Chinese against American or Jewish though and please, there’s no racial element in the statement. Take it as a joke if […]

... written on Jun 06 2008

Could the country pushed to the brink of Recession?

As expected when I and my buddies step into the kopitiam for our routine of breakfast this morning, everyone was talking (or rather yelling) about the fuel hike tsunami. I believe this was the second time within this year that the crowds were so energetic debating the 40.62 percent or 78 sen per liter hike? […]

... written on Jun 05 2008

Fuel and Electricity Hike, Money needed for final battle

Why did Abdullah Badawi press the “Self Destruct” button by raising the fuel price by a whopping 40.62 percent or 78 sen per liter? Not satisfied that the self-destruct button might work, he put in the second-layer security with another explosive – raising electricity rates by 18% for homes and 26% for business users. You […]

... written on Jun 04 2008

Fuel hike from RM1.92 to RM2.70, Char-Kuey-Teow RM7.50?

Breaking News: In-line with the government previous practices in announcing fuel-price hike last minute, it appears Abdullah Badawi government has did it again. Effective midnight tonight, 4th June 2008, the price of petrol would be increased by a whopping 78 sen and diesel by RM1.00. This means you’ve to pay 40.62% more for petrol from […]

... written on Jun 04 2008

Things are getting uglier; I wish ringgit goes back to 3.80

Not many moons ago, I’ve wrote why I don’t really fancy the local Ringgit to appreciate further against U.S. dollar. In fact I would love the local currency to float at RM3.80 to US1.00 or even weaker. Why am I so cruel and unpatriotic? The reason is pretty simple (hey I’m not a complicated person […]

... written on Jun 03 2008

Beyond $600 again? GOOG stock might needs Android

Developers were particularly happy with Google’s Android program though they hope Apple could grant them the same priviledges on iPhone. If there would be one day the Google’s phone could overtake iPhone as the most popular smart phone, the credits would definitely go to the developers, thanks to the Android SDK (software developer’s kit). Just […]

... written on Jun 02 2008

Get guidance of hosting from Web Hosting Bluebook

Blogging has entered a new horizon when politicians including former premier Mahathir could not resist the temptation to start his own blog. Mahathir blog registered 1 million hits within a month, an achievement most of bloggers would dream of. Since the recent 12th general election, mysteriously bloggers were recognized as the new force that could […]

... written on Jun 02 2008









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