Sunday, October 19, 2014

KLSE : Weekly Trades Dated : 19/10/2014

1. Traded above last week.

2. DRBHCOM - Iriz is the game changer as claimed. How much can this turnaround the share price of DRBHCOM ? We will need to wait for the 2Q & 3Q result, see how it turn out to be.

3. Meanwhile keep trading on PAVREIT & CMMT. ^^

4. Good Luck.


Mike Forex Cable said...

just very curious...why u post yur trade with minimal information? Pls provide number of shares traded n the ROI.....then newbies wun b misled.....God bless

hng said...

DRIVEN: Proton Iriz 1.3 MT and 1.6 CVT full review

horse said...


You want to know my trade units ? ^^ Is that important ?

All I can say for now it is at least from 20,000 units onwards. My biggest trade is at 400,000 units. So you can roughly guess what is my trading range in term of units. ^^ I've explained before in my previous posting many years back, you must know how to manage your trade size in order to sustain long term. ^^ Please have your own plan with what you have. ^^ Just trades 'accordingly' and within your 'means'. ^^

Scalp trades you need a sizable units for decent profit.^^

ROI - wait till year end when I compile my yearly return. Stay tune then. ^^

God Bless You Too. ^^

hng said...

GALLERY: Proton Iriz vs Perodua Myvi – take your pick

The most outstanding feature comparing the two are, Proton Iriz received a five-star crash safety rating by ASEAN NCAP, while the Myvi only rated three stars. Therefore, for small car, about same price, safety is utmost important factor, these is on top of Iriz also quip with 6 airbag compared to Myvi 2 airbag.

hng said...

Malaysia, Indonesia to collaborate on ASEAN car project, Proton expected to be involved

Thought the so-called Asian/ASEAN car project had slipped away into the sunset? Apparently not, as according to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, the auto industries of Malaysia and Indonesia will soon work together to make the ASEAN car a reality, Bernama reports.

Newly-appointed Indonesian president Joko Widodo (also known as Jokowi) has expressed interest in the idea mooted by Malaysia, and Proton is expected to be involved in the project, Najib said.

“A feasibility study of a possible joint production of the ASEAN car by Malaysia and Indonesia will be undertaken and it (the idea) was welcomed by President Jokowi who wants the idea to be pursued further. This means Proton and Indonesia will launch the ASEAN car as a viable project after in-depth studies,” Bernama quoted him as saying.

Conversely, DRB-Hicom’s Asian Car Project, announced early last year, was to do with making Malaysia a regional Volkswagen production hub. It later came to light that Proton would also be involved. We don’t know if these two projects are related, or one and the same.

Mike Forex Cable said...

Its not important to me, but just dun wan newbies to b misled as its very difficult to scalp in Bursa. Scalping using big quantities is big risk as any shares can be suspended anytime n go limit down after relisting....I will never scalp in Bursa...liquidity is bad and u need to b full time to scalp like u...

horse said...
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horse said...


You speak from experience, you get burn badly before ? You are not alone in fact if you do. ^^
You are not wrong, which investment have no risk ? you tell me. Unless one prefer to put in FD which everyone knows that this can't fight the yearly inflation rate if one do put in FD. ^^ Of course Everyone wants their money to work harder for them. KLSE could be one of the method.

Worry not. I have some trade secret in there which i did not reveal it very clearly, if you see my posting all this while, you probably could guess the hidden secret in there since you are an old bird. I could not reveal it too clearly else i would have 'less' chance to earn my living. Everyone will be fighting for that small piece of cake if i reveal my entire trades with units in it. I would rather keep it for myself, because it work for me. ^^

hng said...

Volkswagen Polo, Jetta CKD to be exported next year

Volkswagen Group Malaysia (VGM) MD Armin Keller also let slip during yesterday’s media briefing that the company is looking to export the Volkswagen Polo 1.6, Polo Sedan and Jetta – all of them locally-assembled at DRB-Hicom’s plant in Pekan – to countries around ASEAN beginning from next year.

Keller stated that these models now incorporate 40% local or ASEAN content, a requirement for cars assembled in ASEAN to gain import duty exemptions when exported to other countries in the region under the ASEAN Free Trade Area (AFTA) agreement.

Because the cars currently being produced in Pekan are right-hand drive, VGM is currently focusing on RHD countries such as Thailand and Indonesia. Keller, however, did not rule out producing left-hand drive cars for countries such as Vietnam and the Philippines if the business case “makes sense.”

Despite reports that Volkswagen has applied to set up an assembly plant in Thailand under the second phase of the country’s Eco Car scheme, Keller insisted that the automaker remains committed to Malaysia as its regional production hub. He added that while VW’s application has indeed been approved by Thailand, it has yet to make a decision on pushing ahead with the plan at this moment.

Keller maintains that DRB-Hicom remains a close partner for the region, saying that while Volkswagen does not hold ownership over the Pekan plant, it still has control over production levels, and that it has a number of its own personnel in the factory for training and assistance, making sure that the quality of the cars produced are up to par.

These comments add to recent developments that appear to strengthen Malaysia’s presence in the ASEAN region – Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak recently stated that Malaysia and Indonesia will be working on an ASEAN car project, although it is unclear if this is related to DRB-Hicom’s Asian Car project in which VW is involved in.

Currently, Proton, Perodua (which exports its cars to Indonesia badged as Daihatsu models), Hyundai, Mazda, Peugeot, Volvo and Subaru are exporting cars from Malaysia to other countries in the ASEAN region due to the favourable tax breaks.

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