In October Market Outlook article, I have mentioned the Malaysia market index has shown an obvious bearish direction and wasn’t looking very bright in the near future. In that article, I have called those who are not so certain the Malaysia economy can sustain external headwind may opt to quit Malaysia market at the rebound … Continue reading Malaysia Market Outlook
With the announcement of the latest interest rate cut for the consecutive third time of the year 2019, US equity market indexes have all welcomed the decision. And two of them, Nasdaq and S&P 500 have charted new historical heights firmly into new territories (Chart A). (Chart A) US stock market charted into new historical … Continue reading Exciting Events to Watch After Another Rate Cut
A few days ago, US markets had two days major slide leading global market retrieve overnight. The cause of the slide was bad corporate reports started the quarterly reporting season in the fear of the backfire from the trade war effect. However, a few more good US economic reports like high employment rate has calmed … Continue reading October Market Watch: Significant Market Move Weeks Ahead
Few days ago, I bumped into one of the most prominent investment blog forums in Malaysia. I was trying to find what other unit trust investors are saying about their investment experiences. I was shocked to find out one of the investors said that his investment has lost about RM 20,000.00. He regularly invested RM … Continue reading Before Freaking out Investment Market, You Better Read This!
While most global markets cheerfully turned bullish last week, Kuala Lumpur Composite index is the only market that turned bearish. It has totally missed the best market bliss last week. As a citizen, it became worrisome for what happened to Malaysia market outlook as it stains with the title as the worst performing market for … Continue reading Malaysia Market: The Worst is the Best
The Big drop overnight yesterday in the US markets became headlines over major news carriers causing some attention or fear from investors worldwide. However, a closer look at the chart would tell that the drop was not a severe phenomenon but rather it was merely a “buyer protest” of their disappointment over the mixed or … Continue reading December Market Analysis
I have written an article entitled “Are you still Holding Kenanga Growth Fund?” asking fund holders to seriously reconsider their patronizing commitment. It was released on September 4th 2017. To my surprise, it has attracted readers’ attention ever since after that day and it has landed on the top 10 best read article on my … Continue reading What’s Wrong with Kenanga Growth Fund?