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Forget About PAS, Here’s How UMNO Could Lose Johor State

Sabah and Sarawak have been Barisan Nasional (BN) “fixed deposit” since independence in 1957, and it will remain so for the next 50-years, unfortunately. That’s a reality, not because Sabahans and Sarawakians were dumb but because majority of them were dirt poor. And they were freaking poor primarily because they were systematically denied their basic […]

... written on Jun 22 2015

Ringgit Is Toast – Here’re Proof Malaysia The First Asian To Hit Recession

Mahathir Mohamad is perhaps the luckiest person on planet Earth. Besides being the longest-serving Prime Minister of Malaysia, stretching from 1981 to 2003, he also had the luxury experiencing the country’s currency under attack by speculators during the infamous 1997/98 Asia Financial Crisis. Ten years later, during his retirement, he had the second opportunity to see […]

... written on Jun 12 2015

PM Najib’s Exit – Here’re His Cronies & Stocks You Should Avoid

Horse-trading, money changes hands, contracts finalising, projects reviewing and the list goes on. That’s what is happening now, as the mother of all scandal – 1MDB – about to enter another new month this year. Bets are on the table that by hook or by crook, prime minister Najib Razak and his wife Rosmah Mansor […]

... written on May 26 2015

Rompin & Permatang Pauh – Who They Hate More – Hudud, GST Or …

By-elections for Rompin and Permatang Pauh have come and gone. As expected, both winners and losers claimed they didn’t lose, literally speaking. Barisan Nasional “Taikors” who retains Rompin seat said the results are positive to them. Pakatan Rakyat “Taikors” who retains Permatang Pauh seat said the results means Malaysian Tsunami is coming. Nobody admits that the results […]

... written on May 09 2015

FGVH IPO – What You Should Know Before Investing

Unlike the era of the 1990s, thanks largely to 1993’s Super Bull Run, you can’t expect to make easy money at IPOs tables nowadays. During the good old days, making 100% profits via IPO was a normal story. Heck, you would probably get laughed at for trumpeting 100% profits. Even if you were very “Sui” […]

... written on Jun 12 2012

Sime Darby Mini-Crisis, Two Fired and Three to Resign

Less than four months into a five-year term, South Korean President’s approval ratings have plunged to new lows with opposition politicians threatening to boycott Parliament. Everything started when Lee decided to remove restrictions on U.S. beef which sparked widespread protests over food safety. Mad cow disease or not, Lee was seen as too eager to […]

... written on Jun 10 2008









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