Archive for November, 2008

It’s all about Stimulating the Right Way on the Right Part

China has announced 4 trillion yuan or $586 billion stimulus package (does it have a choice?) – the largest so far to prevent a real disaster from wiping out all the wealth and prosperity built over the decades. That was a lot of money and immediately investors cheer the plan to cushion the world’s fastest […]

... written on Nov 10 2008

It Ain’t Over Yet – China and Unemployment are Next

Once I read that we shouldn’t jump as we would not be affected by the U.S. sub-prime crisis because the engines from China and India were running at full steam. I almost fell off my chair because such article could mislead novice investors in snapping up stocks without knowing what they were doing. I’ve written […]

... written on Nov 08 2008

Stimulus Plans, to be spent Wisely or ended up Elsewhere?

Outgoing PM Abdullah Badawi said “Anyone can be PM” after reporters asked the sleeping beauty if it were possible for a person from a minority group to become Prime Minister in Malaysia, apparently referred to President-elect Barack Obama. That would be a bold and positive statement that would raise millions of eyebrows and earn applause […]

... written on Nov 06 2008

It’s President Obama, learn from this Great Nation please

Barack Obama, 47, the son of a father from Kenya and a mother from Kansas was elected as the 44th President of the United States on Tuesday. America has again show why the country is the greatest nation ever. America is a place where all things are possible. Who would have thought that a black […]

... written on Nov 05 2008

Obama or McCain, place your bets and Make Pocket Money

Ever wonder why those casinos, lottery and 3-D, 4-D & 5-D businesses were almost recession-proof? Besides opportunity to make money if you strike, people tends to feel great when their bets hit the bull-eye. The feeling was just unbelievable as if it was better than sex. And it’s not funny at all to read the […]

... written on Nov 04 2008

Time is Tough but don’t be Silly and Commit Suicide

Technical recession may already hits the economy in about 15 European Union countries and the EU forecast unemployment to climb to 8.4 percent in 2009 which literally means another 2 million people will be out of job. Even Hong Kong’s oldest stockbroker David Tung said he has not seen a financial crisis as serious as […]

... written on Nov 03 2008

Will Malaysians wake up to face the Economic Challenge?

One of my favorite cakes is indeed the tiramisu cake from Secret Recipe. My only complaint is its price because I normally will buy the whole cake instead of a slice or two. I’m not sure if the cake has shrunk since the price increases but I suppose if you like it so much you’ll […]

... written on Nov 02 2008

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