Thursday, December 11, 2014


We're planning our new strategy to short sell the O&G counter in this week. Riding the major trend  in O&G industry.

We strongly believe that the crude oil price going down further, will boost up consumer spending and creating more job opportunities.

Are you ready?

Special Situation Porfolio Manager opened SHORT Position for O&G related Stocks on 2 Dec 2014. 

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Exit all position in Oil & Gas Related Stock

Special Situation Porfolio decided to exit all O&G stocks on 8 Dec 2014. This is to protect any risks from OPEC to increase the production of crude oil in coming months.

We expect Crude Oil Price will hits 10-30 dollar within 6 months. It could pro-long for 5-10 years.

Friday, December 5, 2014

Dec 2014 : Crisis or Correction in Global Stock Market

We expect a solid economy grow in 2015. There's no crisis, but so called Stock Market Correction could happen within 3 months.

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Land Banking - Look Before You Leap

Received an offer to invest in undeveloped land in a foreign country, with the potential to double, treble or multiply your money in a few years?

Attractive as this may sound, consider carefully before you part with your money. Even if you are presented with financial reports showing the possibility of consistent and high returns for the investment, or testimonials of how other investors have benefited from land banking, take a step back and consider what the risks are. This is critical.

After all, where there is an opportunity for you to make some money, there is always a chance that you can lose some or all of your money. There is no free lunch. In the case of land banking, you may have seen media reports about investors losing money in land banking schemes in various countries. Some schemes have also turned out to be scams!

This article explains what land banking is, highlights the key risks and important questions you should consider before deciding whether to place your money in a land banking proposition.

1) What is land banking?

Land banking is the practice of purchasing undeveloped land with the intention of holding on to it and selling it (often to a developer) at a profit at a future date.

Land banking companies typically seek investors to buy small plots of land and promise them high potential returns. Some may also promise regular payouts for a fixed period.

The land is usually on the outskirts of a city, where urban development appears to be likely to take place. Investors are often told that developers would be willing to buy the land at much higher prices when the land is developed or when plans for urban development are drawn up.

2) What are the key risks?

a) It could turn out be a scam

Investing in land is not always equivalent to investing in solid ground. Some land banking schemes have turned out to be scams.

Investors should be cautious of land banking when the land is being sold in a location with which they are not familiar. It is also useful to check if warnings have been issued to caution investors.

b) What if plans to develop the land are derailed?

Consider what factors could derail the land banking firms’ plans to develop the land plots as planned.

Land banking schemes generally project that the value of the land would increase exponentially when permission is obtained from the relevant authorities to develop the land, be it for housing or other purposes. This may sound promising. But if permission to develop the land is not obtained, the value of the land plots would be affected. Do also note that in some countries, “green belt” or agricultural land are often protected from development by planning law. Selling these land plots would be very difficult, especially at a profit.

Also, even though the company may project that the value of the land would increase in, say, four or five years time, this is only a projection and ultimately still depends on an acceptable offer coming in to buy the land.

Once an offer does come in, the sale may be conditional on a majority (for example 60%) of unit holders in the land parcel agreeing to sell. So when an offer comes in, there will be a vote. You may be willing to sell but if the majority wants to hold out for a higher price, your money will be tied in for longer.

If no offer comes in, your money could also be stuck in the scheme for longer than the projected period.

It is also useful to find out what could happen if the firm is unable to sell the land plots within a certain time frame. How would the timeline for developing the land be affected? Drawing up development plans and developing a piece of land takes time, at least a few years. What could happen to your investment if the firm does not have financial resources to see through the project?

c) What if you need cash urgently?

For land banking, you must be prepared to wait. If you find that you need cash urgently before the land banking operator sells the land to say a developer, you may find it difficult to sell your land plot to other parties.

d) Foreign exchange risks

Land banking propositions are usually marketed to overseas investors. If you purchase a land plot in a foreign country such as Canada, USA or the United Kingdom, you would be exposed to foreign currency risks.
3) Is land banking regulated by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS)?

Land banking which involves investors acquiring direct interests in real estate rather than securities (such as collective investment schemes) related to real estate is not regulated by MAS. Like many securities regulators around the world, MAS ' role is to regulate the financial markets and the activities of financial markets participants. The Securities and Futures Act (SFA) and the Financial Advisers Act (FAA) give MAS regulatory powers over stock and futures exchanges, financial institutions, brokers, fund managers, and the offering of securities and other financial products to the public in Singapore. The primary reasons for regulating financial markets are to manage potential systemic risks that may arise in the event of market failure and to help safeguard investors' interests when investing in financial products.

With the focus on financial markets, the SFA regulates the offering of real estate related investments if they are in the form of securities. However, land banking investments typically involve investors acquiring direct interests in real estate rather than securities related to real estate. As such, land banking investment typically falls outside the scope of the SFA and FAA.

MAS advises consumers to deal with regulated persons when it comes to managing their financial affairs such as investments. You can check two lists:

(i) The Financial Institutions Directory at the MAS website for a list of financial institutions regulated by MAS. After you have located an entity on the list, take note of the regulated activities they are authorised to provide. Note that land banking investments that involve investors acquiring direct interests in real estate are not regulated by the MAS.

(ii) The Investor Alert List (IAL) which contains a list of unregulated persons who, based on information received by MAS, may have been wrongly perceived as being licensed or authorised by MAS. It includes those operating in Singapore as well as those based overseas. However, you should bear in mind that this list is not exhaustive. You may wish to check the Financial Institutions Directory found at the MAS website to determine if the person you are dealing with is in fact regulated by MAS.

MAS aims to safeguard the interests of investors by authorising competent and professional persons to provide regulated financial services. If investors choose to deal with persons that are not regulated by MAS, they forgo the protection afforded under laws administered by MAS.
4) Key Questions to ask yourself

a) What do you know about the land you are purchasing?

Often the land sold to investors in Singapore is abroad in UK or Canada. Ask yourself whether you really want to buy a plot of land that you have never seen. What do you know about the area?

Even if you have sighted the land, how much do you understand about the property, prices and land development laws in that country, and in that area? How can you be sure if the purchase price quoted to you is a good deal? Do you know what is the likelihood of the land value rising? Do your own research and do not simply rely on the salesman’s advice. They may exaggerate the value of the land in order to close the sale.

b) What do you know about the company you are dealing with?

There might be a professional looking website and an authentic sounding name but what is the background of the company? Have you checked if the firm is regulated in the country that they are set up in or selling the land in? If they offer to “reserve” you a plot of land for a small cost, how can you assess if this is a credible offer? Can you really trust them with your money? Have you found out what recourse options would be available to you if you later find that you have a problem in your dealings with the company?

c) What do you know about the law of the country where you are investing in?

What would be your rights to the land as an investor? What recourse is there if a dispute arises with the company?

d) How can the company afford to offer such high returns or promise of a big profit?

What are the returns dependent on and how often will you receive them? Are the returns guaranteed and do you have this in writing? How easily can you find out about any increase or decrease in value of the land? How long must you stay invested for and what are the pitfalls if you need to draw out your money early?
5) Conclusion

Before you place your hard-earned money in a land banking proposition, examine the details carefully. Do not be lured by promises of high returns. Always ask when you can incur a loss, what factors could result in a loss, what can happen in the worst case scenario and your options for recourse should you have a problem. Do not rely entirely on what the person marketing the land banking proposition tells you.

(Source : MAS Singapore) 

Saturday, August 30, 2014

Market Outlook 2014 : Gold Investment - A good investment?

Although the US Federal Reserve is reducing purchases of treasury and mortgage debt, its overall monetary policy remains pro-stimulus. Elsewhere, the Bank of Japan, the ECB and the Bank of England have all indicated that monetary policy will remain accommodative for the foreseeable future. Continuing accommodative monetary policy and negative real interest rates may result in higher inflation, which would be positive for gold and for general commodity prices. Conversely, any decline in economic data and further government spending cuts could result in deflation and systemic risk to the global banking system. The Fund expects to hold a neutral to overweight position in gold equities relative to the benchmark, with a preference for mid-tier and junior producers with attractive production growth profiles. The Fund’s preference for gold is based on our belief that gold-related assets can perform well in both inflationary and deflationary environments.

By Warren.L

Saturday, August 2, 2014

MobileEye SkyRocket

SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Mobileye NV MBLY +49.20% surged in its first few minutes of trading in the U.S. stock market Friday, attesting to strong investors' interest in the Israeli technology company. The maker of camera systems that help cars detect other vehicles and obstacles priced 35.6 million shares at $25 a share. Mobileye is offering 8.3 million shares and shareholders are offering 27.3 million. Mobileye stock jumped 52% to $38.09


Thursday, July 24, 2014

TM Unifi Support Centre Contact

Contact : 1-300-88-1221

I noticed this item is hardly find in TM website. Just share with our reader here.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Asia News : Walton International closes local ops

PETALING JAYA: Walton International Property Group (M) Sdn Bhd (WIPG), which attracted controversy when it was raided and probed by Bank Negara three years ago, has closed down its offices here.

WIPG’s parent company, the Walton International Group, informed its agents and investors in Malaysia of the decision last Monday citing “restructuring of its Asia operations” as the reason for it, a statement dated June 24 that went unnoticed said. The statement said that Malaysian investors would now be serviced out of Walton’s Singapore office. It also assured investors that their investments were sound.

Walton is a Canada-based real estate investment firm that is involved in pre-development land investing. It buys huge landbank in major urban growth areas in North America and divides the land into smaller units, enabling retail investors to participate in institutional-style investments in pre-development lands. The local unit, WIPG, was set up in 2002 and has 12,000 Malaysian investors.

It has been reported that the minimum investment for each unit, which is less than 0.1ha, is US$10,000 (RM32,000). Assuming that each local investor would have committed to this minimum investment, local investors collectively would have at the very least invested some RM384mil in the land-banking scheme. Industry observers, however, reckoned that Malaysians would have invested far higher than this.

WIPG made news in 2010 when its offices in Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabalu and Kuching were raided under the Exchange Control Act 1953 by Bank Negara, after complaints from the public on land-banking schemes promoted by it. The company was subsequently fined RM385,000 for dealing with foreign currency without the permission of the regulators.

A Walton International spokesperson when contacted said the move to close down the Malaysian offices followed a decision to revamp its Asia operations in Singapore and Hong Kong. “Walton’s Singapore office will serve clients in South-East Asia countries while the Hong Kong office will serve clients in North Asia,” she said, adding that between 2008 and 2009, Walton had also reduced its number of offices in Canada from seven to two. In 2011, it closed down its Tokyo office with Japanese clients now served out of Hong Kong.

Walton currently manages over C$3.7bil (RM11.1bil) in assets. Last year it returned over C$1bil (RM3bil) in distributions to its clients, the statement said.

(Source : TheStar)

Comments from Author:
If the investment from Walton International is so promising, why not they just listed the company? Why they keep it as private?

Think before you invest ! If you're good, nobody will probe you ;) 

Special Situation Portfolio Manager GOES AGAINST Jewish Billionaire Bill Ackman

We placed an order to buy Herbalife ltd to reject the idea from Billionaire Hedge Fund Manager - Bill Ackman today. He presenting HERBALIFE's FRAUD in webcast.

We're winnier on 23 July 2014 by making a short term profit to our porfolio by using LONG POSITION( Trade via CMC Markets Singapore)

Friday, July 18, 2014

Does The CIMB, RHB and MBSB Merger Make Sense?

Last week, the Malaysia Banking world announced a potential game changer for the whole industry. CIMB Group Holdings (CIMB: MK), the country’s 2nd largest bank announced a potential

merger between RHB Capital (RHBC: MK) and Malaysia Building Society Bhd (MSB: MK). If this is successful, it will form the largest bank in Malaysia by asset size (RM614 Billion), surpassing the incumbent, Malayan Banking Berhad (MAY: MK). RHB Capital is actually the fourth largest bank in Malaysia.

However, does the merger actually make sense for shareholders?

Firstly, who are the players? CIMB Group is one of the largest bank in the Southeast Asia region. It currently offers consumer, corporate, investment, Islamic banking services. It is runs an asset management company and provide insurance products and services through banassurance arrangements. The bank is a true regional bank with presence in 8 out of 10 ASEAN countries and even has presence in China, Hong Kong, Bahrain, India, Sri Lanka, Australia, Taiwan, Korea, USA and the UK.

RHB Capital is the holding company of RHB Bank, It is the fourth largest bank by asset size in Malaysia. Although it also has presence in a few countries outside of Malaysia, it still obtain the majority of its assets and earnings from Malaysia.

Malaysia Building Society Bhd is not considered a bank as it operates under an “Exempt Finance Company”. However, it is still able to provide banking services such as loans and deposits. Most importantly, MBSB has a strong Islamic financial presence in Malaysia.

The three parties hoped that the merger will create a mega Islamic bank for Malaysia. This comes as Islamic Banking is gaining momentum around the region as CIMB is working on the first Islamic finance sukuk (Islamic Bond) for a sovereign in the Developed nations.

Value In Action

However, it seems that CIMB is still able to grow its Islamic financing business with or without the merger. So the reasoning that the merger is necessary to grow the Islamic finance services of the group seems weak. One thing for sure, economies of scale is extremely important in the banking sector, and by creating the largest bank in Malaysia, the advantages that the enlarged bank will enjoy is definitely important. Don’t be surprise if Maybank starts some merger talks of its own to fight back.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Global Economy Recovery in 2014

We should able to see solid recovery in 2014, hopefully Dec 2014. Everything is going to shot up quickly due to federal reserve's monetary policy.

Friday, July 4, 2014

GrabTaxi Business Review

Description : Online Taxi Booking Aps Business - A new trend for taxi booking with SMART PHONE.

Future Growth: It's one of fastest way to book taxi in Singapore. Also, it works well in Malaysia.

Potential Growth : In future, TAXI transportation business is one of environment friendly business. The city's car park will go higher over years. It makes taxi become AN IMPORTANT COMPONENT in CITY.

Is GrabTaxi going to IPO in SGX?

Sunday, May 25, 2014

Contrarian Play : MAS (Malaysia Airline) Stock - Worth to buy?

Some people say that to be a successful investor you need to be contrarian. The problem is what is the definition of a contrarian ?

Most would say that buying MAS at the current price is a contrarian investment.

The balance sheet is impaired, they have had a succession of quarterly losses, and they run their business in a highly competitive environment. They have a weak moat. The list of bad news goes on including the Flight 370 disaster.

My definition of a contrarian play is to find a share with some temporary difficulties but has sound financials, high margins and competent management. MAS does not meet these qualifications.

An example of a contrarian investment that meets my criteria would be Tanjong PLC which went private a few years ago. They had been sold down hard by reported losses in a gambling venture in Germany.

The rest of their power generating business which accounted for over 97 % of revenues continued to perform.. Management were honest and competent , the balance sheet rock solid and they had a strong moat.

We bought and held until Tanjong was taken private. Capital gains were over 84 % not including handsome dividends.

JTI is another contrarian investment we made. We bought in the massive 2008 collapse when there was blood in the streets. At the same time the government was planning to require cigarette companies to place health warnings on their packages.

The financials were solid with gross margins of over 60 % . We met the management and the CEO at the AGM told us that health warnings do not effect sales much as evidenced by the health warning effect in other countries.

The investment while unpopular to the crowd but at least it had a solid foundation of cash flow, no debt, inelastic demand and a rock solid moat. Now after 6 years JTI has been taken private earning handsome profits for our shareholders.

Not all of our investments win. But losses are smaller compared to potential profits as we buy in times of panic when the crowd has sold and few are left to sell.

Presently there has been massive shifts of capital from high flying internet, biotechnology and high PE shares in small cap indexes to large cap conservative shares. This is worldwide.

Small caps in Malaysia are down 4 % since 30 April 2014. The US Russell 2000 is down over 10 % since Jan 1, 2014. The Russell is a small cap index which in January sported a PE of 102 but is now down to 76.

This index is dominated by high PE shares some with no revenue, questionable management and high debt. These are popular with gamblers and the get rich quick crowd.

As foreign funds slowly return to Asia, they are buying high quality blue chip shares. That is why the KLSE blue chip index has recovered 12 % off the lows for the year.

In Singapore REITs are up 7 %, Utilities up over 6.3 % and Telecommunications are up over 8 %.

Small cap Singapore shares however have underperformed.

For the rest of 2014, focus on contrarian shares, unloved by the crowd that offer good value at a reasonable price.

The SGX and KLSE do offer some hidden gems but require the hard work of company visits and careful scrutiny of their financials.

Friday, April 25, 2014


18-21 April 2014 - SELL 47,100 units of AEON Shares in KL Stock Exchange. The remaining balance is 68,179,000.

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Maybank Share Trading Account Opening in Bukit Mertajam / Butterworth / Seberang Prai

Looking for lowest brokerage fee?
Equity Investment Kiosk, Bandar Perda
447-449, Jalan Permatang Rawa, Bandar Perda,
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Monday, February 10, 2014

Foxconn Takes a Shine to Jakarta—and Jokowi

McDonald: Bringing Big Macs to Vietnam

Sunday, February 9, 2014

Mae Salong Restaurant : Great Place to enjoy Thai Food with reasonable price

Special Situation Investing team went to Mae Salong Restaurant, which located at Sg Petani, Kedah, Malaysia.

Price: Reasonable and considered affordable for majority
Food : 9.5/10
Cleanlines : 8/10
Location : SG. PETANI, KEDAH
Contact : +6016-4246842/+6019-5768691

Mae Salong Restaurant, Sg. Petani

Tomyam : RM20.00

Fried Kangkung RM8
Popular Pad Phet Chicken RM15

Saturday, February 8, 2014

JIM ROGER : Interest Rates around the world are going higher

The interest rates around the world are going higher. If the US considers further tapering, then, I think, global markets will eventually have to suffer. If you take this whole ocean of liquidity out of the financial markets, somebody is going to suffer. When the US starts tapering, the less developed markets will suffer first.
The flows into emerging markets will come under pressure. Whether the Federal Reserve is going to taper for second time or third time, the markets around the world are going to suffer.

- JIM ROGER Feb 2014

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Property Bubble in Penang Malaysia - Rising Inflation, Slow Income Growth, 10-20% Property Price Increase Annually

We noticed that Property Bubble is on-going in Penang. The house price is going up almost x2 within four years. In fact, there's no solid growth in business revenue and job opportunities.

"Be Fearful when others greedy"

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

A Beautiful Deleveraging in 2014 - Possible?

Special Situation Rating:
80% confident on BULL Market in 2014-2015

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Jim Rogers: Tapering will be 'Disaster for The World'

Influential investor Jim Rogers has warned about the impact of the US central bank's tapering plans, saying they will be an "unmitigated disaster".

His concern is despite US stock markets looking likely to end 2013 on a high and signs of recovery in the eurozone.

Mr Rogers told Sharanjit Leyl: "This is the first time that all the central banks are printing staggering amounts of money at the same time. There's an artificial sea of liquidity... This is going to be a disaster in the end."

Interview Video :

HSBC imposes restrictions on large cash withdrawals

By Bob HowardReporter, Money Box
Some HSBC customers have been prevented from withdrawing large amounts of cash because they could not provide evidence of why they wanted it, the BBC has learnt.
Listeners have told Radio 4's Money Box they were stopped from withdrawing amounts ranging from £5,000 to £10,000.
HSBC admitted it has not informed customers of the change in policy, which was implemented in November.
The bank says it has now changed its guidance to staff.

(Source : BBC News

Monday, January 27, 2014

Citibank : Response to HSBC Collapse !

China Halts Bank Cash Transfer:

HSBC Bank on Verge of Collapse: Second Major Banking Crash Imminent

Concerns about an imminent bank crash were further fuelled today at news that HSBC are restricting the amount of cash that customers can withdraw from their own bank accounts. Customers were told that without proof of the intended use of their own money, HSBC would refuse to release it. This, and other worrying signs point to a possible financial crash in the near future.
HSBC Collapse

HSBC is scrambling to manage a seemingly terminal liquidity crisis (a lack of hard cash) that could see the bank become the next Northern Rock – and trigger a bank crash. The analyst’s advice is for shareholders to sell HSBC investments, and customers to move their accounts elsewhere before the crash.

This from the Telegraph:

Forensic Asia on Tuesday began its coverage of Britain’s largest banking group with a ‘sell’ recommendation, warning the lender had between $63.6bn (£38.7bn) and $92.3bn of “questionable assets” on its balance sheet, ranging from loan loss reserves and accrued interest to deferred tax assets, defined benefit pension schemes and opaque Level 3 assets.

According a report by the BBC’s MoneyBox Programme, HSBC customers have gone to withdraw cash from their accounts, only to find HSBC would not release the funds. Customers were told to make a bank transfer instead, unless they provided documentation proving the intended use of the money. Stephen Cotton attempted a withdrawal and told the programme:

“When we presented them with the withdrawal slip, they declined to give us the money because we could not provide them with a satisfactory explanation for what the money was for. They wanted a letter from the person involved.”

Mr Cotton says the staff refused to tell him how much he could have: “So I wrote out a few slips. I said, ‘Can I have £5,000?’ They said no. I said, ‘Can I have £4,000?’ They said no. And then I wrote one out for £3,000 and they said, ‘OK, we’ll give you that.’ “

He asked if he could return later that day to withdraw another £3,000, but he was told he could not do the same thing twice in one day.

As this was not a change to the Terms and Conditions of your bank account we had no need to pre-notify customers of the change”

He wrote to complain to HSBC about the new rules and also that he had not been informed of any change.

The bank said it did not have to tell him. “As this was not a change to the Terms and Conditions of your bank account, we had no need to pre-notify customers of the change,” HSBC wrote.

Mr Cotton is not alone, with other customers seeking to withdraw cash amounts over £3,000 facing the same obstacles. While HSBC argue there is comes customer security interest here, the story simply doesn’t add up. Customer identification is required for large withdrawals, not customer intentions – a person’s cash is theirs to withdraw and place wherever they so wish. Instead, HSBC has been found to have a capitalization black hole (gap between actual cash and obligations) of $80bn. The message is simple, get your money out now.
The Gold Rush

The major banks and states appear to be preparing for impending crisis, while pretending to the public that the economic situation is improving.

There is a gold rush underway, with Banks and States frantically buying up as much gold reserve as they can, stoking fears that confidence in currency is at an all-time low. In recent months and weeks, banks like HSBC and JP Morgan, and states such as the US, Germany and China have joined the gold rush, making vast purchases of stocks.

Investment analysts at Seeking Alpha have been monitoring the strange activity on the COMEX, stating:

“keeping track of COMEX inventories is something that is recommended for all serious investors who own physical gold and the gold ETFs (SPDR Gold Shares (GLD), PHYS, and CEF) because any abnormal inventory declines may signify extraordinary events behind the scenes.”
Another Bank Crash? Why?

The crash is in some ways a replay of the last one. The US dollar is a fiat currency (as is the pound sterling, the euro and most other major currencies). This means, it is monopoly money. There is no gold reserve that its values are pegged to. It is simply made up. So how does money get made? A private, for profit central bank prints it and lends it to the government (or other banks) at an interest rate. So the Central Bank prints $100, and gives it to the government on the basis that it returns $101. You may have already spotted the first flaw in this process. The additional $1 can only ever come from the Central Bank. There is never enough money. The second issue is that all money is debt.

This used to be the way pretty much all of the money in circulation came to be. That is, until Investment and Retail Banks got tired of this monopoly on debt based currency, and kicked off the commercial money supply. You might assume that when you take out a loan or other form of credit, a bank gives you that money from its reserves, and you then pay back that loan to the Bank at a given interest rate – the Bank making its profit on the interest rate. You would be wrong. The Bank simply creates that loan on a computer screen. Let’s say you are granted a loan for $100,000. The moment that loan is approved and $100k is entered on the computer – that promise from you to the bank creates $100k for the bank, in that instant. This ledger entry alone creates the $100k, from nothing. Today, over 97% of all money that exists, is made this way.

This is what drove the dodgy lending practises that created the last crisis. But since then, the failure to regulate the markets means that while bailouts hit public services and the real economy – banks were free to continue the same behaviour, bringing the next crash.

The world’s second richest man, Warren Buffet warned us in 2003 that the derivatives market was ‘devised by madmen’ and a ‘weapon of mass destruction’ and we have only seen the first blast in this debt apocalypse.

The news that should have us all worried is: the derivatives market contains $700trn of these debts yet to implode.

Global GDP stands at $69.4trn a year. This means that (primarily) Wall Street and the City of London have run up phantom paper debts of more than ten times of the annual earnings of the entire planet.

Not only can the Bankers not pay it back, the combined earning power of the earth could not pay it back in less than ten years if every last cent of our productive power went solely to pay off this debt.

This is why answering the issues with our currencies, our banking practices and economic system are not theoretical or academic – they are a matter of our very survival.

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Boustead Holding Berhad - SELL @RM5.33

BSTEAD - SELL RM5.33 at 2:36pm , 23 Jan 2014

Reason: Porfolio Change. The currency dillution in coming months, will cause Malaysian Stocks to drop. The capital is moving from Asia to United States. 

We remain bearish on Malaysia Stock Market. We're very optimistic on Vietnam Economy over the long term.

Myanmar Fund : A rising star in Asia

Myanmar Investments International Limited is an investment company. The Company is established for the purpose of identifying and investing in, and disposing of, businesses operating in or with business exposure to Myanmar. The Company's primary objective is to build capital value over the long term by making investments in a diversified portfolio of Myanmar businesses.

For more details on this counter:

For anyone who looking for Myanmar Fund/Investing in Myanmar, you can consider purchase this counter for long term investment.

Monday, January 20, 2014

Top Korea Tour Guide : TonyTour

I just back from my Korea Holidays. If anyone for trip to Korea, you can contact:

This company is one of the cheapest & high quality Korea Tour in South Korea.

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Stock Market Trend in Jan 2014 - Turn Point for BULL Market

After 5 years fighting hard to recover US economy from subprime mortgage crisis, we will able to see A BULL market in 2014. Everyone is waiting for economy growth. I would say it's a V shape recovery now.

Special Situation Porfolio rated China as TOP country to invest in 2014. China will able to lead Asia for long term BULL market and solid economy growth. Transformation from export economy to domestic consumption, it will make another new history in World History : China will replace South Korea & Japan as TOP Technology Country in Asia. This will come true in 2020. We will see how this transform Asia economy.

Special Situation is the best FREE stock advisor website in Asia/China/HongKong/Australia/Malaysia/Singapore.

Date: 16 Jan 2014 

Friday, January 3, 2014

ViTrox : Yeoh Shih Hong sold out 494,000 shares

31 Dec 2013: Yeoh Shih Hong sold out 494,000 Vitrox shares. Remaining balance is 26,302,000.00

Current Share Price(3 Jan 2014) : RM1.28