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Badass Najib Smiles – Disarray Opposition, Speaker Blocks All Questions

Today is the first day of Parliament sitting but the temperature was already extraordinary high. Malaysians are supposed to see two things before the Christmas kicks in. First, Prime Minister Najib Razak with allegations of corruption, money laundering and murder scandals stacked against him, is supposed to see (blind) defence from all his 132 MPs. […]

... written on Oct 19 2015

20% Lost – This Chart Shows Malaysia The Champion In Reserves Fall

Speculation is running high that the Federal Reserve is having cold feet about raising interest rate for the first time after rates held near zero since 2008 financial crisis. Hence, there could be no rate hike at all for the rest of the year. There’re also rumours that China is ready to devalue its currency […]

... written on Oct 16 2015

1MDB Scandal – From A-to-Z, Both Arul & Zeti Are Great Liars

In a latest cat-and-mouse, or rather cop-and-thief game, Arul Kanda (President and Group Executive Director of 1MDB) has admitted the authentication of copies of 1MDB Board minutes dated Jan 12 published by UK-based whistleblower Sarawak Report (SR). Perhaps Mr. Arul was puzzled on how could the documents landed on Clare Rewcastle Brown’s lap. Considering how […]

... written on Oct 12 2015

How To Get More Than 20% ROI, Only If You Trust Iranian’s Treasury Bills

Russia and Iran have announced a new coalition to defend Syrian Bashar al-Assad so that they can defeat the ISIS. So, move over America and let the Russian show you how to fight the jihadists. Moscow has already moved fighter jets and tanks into Syria so Putin is dead serious about kicking some butts in […]

... written on Sep 28 2015

No Rate Hike – Is U.S. Economy As Rosy As Painted?

Surprisingly but not unexpectedly, the Federal Reserve is keeping U.S. interest rates at record lows, which is near zero (0% – 0.25%) since 2008. Yes, once again, Yellen has chickened out. The Fed will meet again roughly 6-weeks again next month October. If nothing happens, the next subsequent meeting in December may shed some lights. […]

... written on Sep 18 2015

You’re “Lucky” That Chicken & Eggs Are Affordable, But Not For Long

Malaysia is largely self-sufficient in poultry meat production. Eggs and chicken are among the cheapest and mostly consumed protein staples in the country. Almost 90% of production occurs in Peninsular Malaysia, with the remaining in East Malaysia. Peninsular Malaysia has about 3,200 broiler farms, which includes contract and independent farmers, as well as large vertically integrated […]

... written on Sep 09 2015

Don’t Care!! Beijing Celebrates Japan’s WWII Defeat, But Citizens Tour Japan

President Xi Jinping proudly displays the China’s military might – 12,000 Chinese soldiers, 500 pieces of hardware and almost 200 aircraft – in a huge military parade at Tiananmen Square on Thursday as Beijing commemorates the 70th anniversary of Japan’s World War II defeat. As the China’s commander-in-chief by virtue of him as the chairman […]

... written on Sep 03 2015

Bersih 4.0 Photos – Charming, Cool & Creative Banners And Messages For Najib

By 5:30pm the organisers of Bersih 4.0 rally claimed there were 200,000 participants. Malaysiakini put the figure at more than 100,000 at about 4pm. However, KL police chief Tajuddin Md Isa estimated the number at 25,000 as of 3pm. But when you were in the middle of a massive crowd, it makes no difference, whether […]

... written on Aug 30 2015

The Outcome Of “Bersih 4.0” Rally Could Checkmate Najib

Pro-Najib bloggers have been burning midnight oil trying to project Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak as a clever and cunning politician who can rival and even outsmart his mentor, Mahathir Mohamad. Apparently, Najib was scripted in such a way that he isn’t afraid of a vote of no confidence, and in fact was excited and […]

... written on Aug 29 2015

Forget About Black Monday, Fund Managers Have Something Scarier From Trump

U.S. stocks tumbled on Monday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) dropping to an 18-month closing low that saw the blue-chip benchmark briefly plummet more than 1,000 points. It closed down 588 points, but not before it created a moment of panic when it went down as much as 1,114 points during the early […]

... written on Aug 25 2015









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