Monday, January 31, 2011
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
All funds that invested in Asian has made a double digit returns for their fund.
It's common sense they took profits now for their fund to realise this good profits.
We will see those highest performing counter to be badly hit in this correction, never go in to average down as we do not know when the Fund Manager will stop dumping the shares.
Let's the selling finished their job first. Just stay sideline & wait for the market to settle down.
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
IN MALAYSIA, ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE, A STEEL BAR COMPANY ALSO CAN GET PROJECT FOR RAIL TRANSIT SYSTEM ! WHERE IS THE TECHNOLOGY KNOW HOW & TRACT RECORD ?
Masteel, KUB to jointly run inter-city rail transit system in Iskandar Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 19 – Malaysia Steel Works (KL) Bhd (Masteel) and KUB Malaysia Bhd today signed a joint-venture agreement to jointly build and operate 100km inter-city rail transit system costing RM1.23 billion at Iskandar Malaysia in Johor.
The system will also be linked to the Mass Rapid Transit line in Singapore.
Masteel and KUB will hold 60 per cent and 40 per cent stakes, respectively, in the joint-venture company, Metropolitan Commuter Network Sdn Bhd.
The proposed inter-city rail transit will have up to 25 commuter stations in major towns in the Iskandar Malaysia economic corridor in the initial stage.
“We will use the existing Keretapi Tanah Melayu rail and will add four new stations in the growth areas along KTM’s rail path,” said Masteel managing director and chief executive officer Datuk Seri Tai Hean Leng.
Tai said the project would be funded through equity and bond issue and operations of the inter-city rail transit would be based on a 25-year concession period.
Speaking at the signing ceremony, Tai said this was a major infrastructure project in Johor which would undoubtedly be the prized “jewel” of the state as it would greatly boost its connectivity and economy.
KUB managing director Datuk Mohd Nazar Samad said the project would serve KUB Group not only in the construction area, but also in the industrialised building system supply for Kempas Baru development and facility management as well being part of the company’s property, engineering and construction sector.
“Our information, communications and technology sector will also benefit from the integrated IT systems on ticketing, collection and security,” he said.
The project, to be undertaken in three phases, is expected to be completed in 24 months from project commencement.
“We hope the agreement with the government will be completed within this year and we expect to fully operate at the end-2013,” said Tai.
The project has two components: the “Build Transfer” of the rail transit infrastructure and the “Own Operate” of the inter-city train system.
“We are still having discussions to use the suitable electricity train coaches and we are looking at China and European countries,” he said.
On the socio-economic front, Tai said this project would ease traffic congestion, estimated to grow at 4.2 per cent every year along Johor and Singapore.
About 70 per cent of the construction cost of the rail transit infrastructure would be funded under the Public-Private Partnership scheme.
“With this project, we will see constant recurring income and we will be the first private train operator in Malaysia,” Tai added. – Bernama
Tuesday, January 18, 2011
在投資市場，要發大達的機會只有三種，一種是在金融危機時買入，一種是在它轉型(turning point，例如虧轉盈，或盈利起飛，或注入資產)時買入，一種就是該公司的財務結構不穩時。我永遠都在尋找這三種機會。至於那些什麼條件都是第一流的公司，通常「值博率」都不高，還是留給the man in the street去追求吧。
Tuesday, January 11, 2011
Break record high almost daily for the past 1 week !
The 2nd & 3rd liner may have room to play catch-up with the index, but I believe the market is waiting for a negative news to make a meaningful correction.
it's time to have a rest & reduce the position.
Re examine your portfolio & prepare for the shake -up.
The BULL will be stronger to chart new high after the shake-up.
(Will Foreign Fund enter Malaysia after they profit taking from Indonesia ???)