Looking at the persistent daily low transaction volume, there’s really nothing much you can do but to ignore the stock market for the time being. I know I’ve said this numerous times but it’s wise that you take a break. Smart monies are not flowing in and unless you wish to get slaughtered, you should just follow the big boys or the market makers. Sometimes if you do not know what to do, then do nothing. If you’re not ready to trade, then don’t trade. If you couldn’t find any good trade, then don’t trade. If you haven’t done your research and homework, then don’t trade. I would rather let go of a trade than to jump into it if I’m not ready.
If you’re hungry for money during the current hungry ghost festival, then go straight to P44 Permatang Pauh. What? The boring by-election again? Hey! Like it or not the candidates are just warming up. The latest news has it that a component party (MCA?) of the ruling government is giving away easy money in return for intelligence feedback. If you’re Chinese you’ll get RM50, if you’re Indian you’ll get RM150 and if you’re Malay your prospect is RM200. Not sure why the different rate but I suppose that’s the order in terms of the intelligence’s value. So go and peek or spy at your neighborhood and pass the information back to the ruling government in exchange for some pocket money?
Prime Minister stole the news today when he took rides on the commuter KTM and Putra LRT train service to get a feel of the transportation problems faced by the people. Big deal! If only he took the LRT train yesterday when there was problem he might not be able to smile. He should try it during peak hour without body guards and the shoe-polishers around him. Don’t stop there yet – try the bus as well and see if he can afford the smile. Where were the monies saved from the previous fuel hike (the 30 cents per liter hike) which was supposed to be used to improve public transportation? Yeah right, the global oil prices shot up and it vaporized into the thin air. But the joke was that the PM was too scared to go to P44 to help his candidate that he preferred to gain some publicity back in the capital.
And boy, the mother of by-election’s campaign is getting dirtier. Despite his promise not to hit below the belt the deputy PM Najib did just that when he can’t resists the temptation to link Anwar with sodomy during his campaign. Frustrated, Anwar threatens to “open can of worms” against Najib. Anwar was referring to the latest allegation of him ogling at the wife of Larut member of parliament (MP) and Deputy Housing and Local Government Minister Hamzah Zainuddin a decade ago. Anwar warned Najib that he would not hesitate to expose “Port Dickson” (scandal) if the latter did not stop the personal attacks against him.
He said “I am being very patient all this time, but I would like to warn them not to push me beyond the limit. If I open my mouth on personal matters, Najib will be kept busy answering them for a very long time. I have refrained from doing so, as this is not a personal battle but about the political future of the country … Remember, I too was in the government and I was privy to a lot of information. Najib knows what I know and he knows what I am talking about. Don’t push me to respond or he will regret it”.
It doesn’t take a genius or rocket scientist to guess which “Port Dickson” scandal that Anwar was referring to. Thanks to Google Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOG, stock) now everyone can find out what was the Port Dickson “dark secret” so go figure. It has something to do with the person caught in bed with a famous singer in a Port Dickson hotel room. But then Anwar might have under-estimate the second most powerful man in Malaysia. If he dared to screwed the Mongolian before passed the second-hand shoe to Abdul Razak Baginda (as alleged by Balasubramaniam) do you simply think the deputy PM would give it a damn about him together with the singer, ZZ, at Port Dickson?
Grow up Anwar! You can’t fight the 50-year-old corrupt organization which you were part of it before. Now the ruling government has started to trap your Perak Exco members with corruption, never mind that the housing project doesn’t exist in the first place, and soon the whole Perak government might just collapse. So what if the ruling government abuse military airplane to hijack Lee Chong Wei and force him to go to the Permatang Pauh for cheap campaign publicity? Unless Chong Wei was willing to kiss his hard-earned RM300,000 and monthly RM3,000 pension reward goodbye, he actually has no choice but to act as a clown when he should be with his parents in the first place. So, let’s see if the P44 voters would give the ruling government another kick on its arse again. But watch out BN (ruling government, National Front) – you do not want to wake up the Dirty “Anwar” Harry because he has a huge “Magnum”.
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