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Old 01-Jun-2013, 04:22 PM
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When I see pennies running up for no reasons, I know the end is near. It is more so when a super penny player like ryan post FA and news to justify a stock...

We have seen this cycle....when pennies are ramped up for no reason. TT iis my other indicator
I onli know of one forumer is a pennies specialist who switch to big caps, becos he felt that market is overdone. He starting trading pennies all on intraday

The champion is my si-heng is KKjjww
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lth is still a Bull

"wearing a bear suit" only

We need this corrections
Will turn Greedy again when the "Emotions Indicator" turns Fearful

Look at the daily chart of DJ and S&P, its far from over

Daily chart of DJ
50MA at 14,862
100MA at 14,409
200MA at 13,806

Even if 200MA breaks we have a super multi years support at 12,780
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Old 01-Jun-2013, 05:15 PM
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This week we could see a capitulation.. So if u have a weak heart.. Dun watch the market cos u may do something u will regret
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Old 01-Jun-2013, 05:40 PM
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This week we could see a capitulation.. So if u have a weak heart.. Dun watch the market cos u may do something u will regret
Good news will be bad news for the market...Eventually the good news will be a real winner!
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DJ MARKET TALK: Barclays Tips Accumulating S-REITs On Dips (2013/05/31 13:28PM)
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0528 GMT [Dow Jones] Barclays notes that markets concerns about the end of QE3 or the Fed 'tapering' with long-dated government bond yields spiking up has resulted in both high-yield credit and high-yield equities, in particular S-REITs, being sold off.

The house believes "the concern is premature and we do not expect the Fed to cut back its bond purchases until 2014 vs the market's expectation of 2H13." With that in mind, Barclays continues to believe that S-REITs' valuations are not expensive - still above normalised average yield spread with the office sector having bottomed.

It prefers REITs that could grow faster even when interest rates gradually move up due to sustainable growth in the U.S. "We would accumulate on dips," it says noting that Keppel REIT (K71U.SG) and CapitaCommercial Trust (C61U.SG), both rated Overweight with respective S$1.70 and S$1.87 targets, are its top picks among S-REITs. Shares are down 1.0% at S$1.43 and down 0.3% at S$1.54, respectively.

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Old 01-Jun-2013, 09:11 PM
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No balls to Kateh ayam too.
Toaquatico bad to the greedy one..
From profit to less profit and
loss...expensive lesson.
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Record unemployment underlines EU's pain
chinadaily.com.cn (May 31, 2013 20:27)

BRUSSELS - Unemployment has reached a new high in the euro zone and inflation remains well below the European Central Bank's target, underscoring just how severe a challenge EU leaders face to revive the bloc's sickly economy.

Joblessness in the 17-nation currency area rose to 12.2 percent in April, statistics agency Eurostat said on Friday, marking a new record since the data series began in 1995.

With the euro zone also in its longest recession since its creation in 1999, consumer price inflation was far below the ECB's target of just below 2 percent, coming in at 1.4 percent in May, slightly above April's 1.2 percent rate.

That rise may quieten concerns about deflation, but the deepening unemployment crisis is a threat to the social fabric of the euro zone, with almost two-thirds of young Greeks unable to find work exemplifying southern Europe's threat of creating a 'lost generation'.

Economists and policy makers have expressed concern that the greatest threat to the unity of the euro zone is now social breakdown from the crisis, rather than market-driven factors.

In France, Europe's second largest economy, the number of jobless rose to a record in April, while in Italy, the unemployment rate hit its highest level in at least 36 years, with 40 percent of young people out of work.

Some economists expect the ECB, which meets on June 6, to act to revive the economy and go beyond another interest rate cut to consider a U.S.-style money printing program known as quantitative easing.

"We do not expect a strong recovery in the euro zone," said Nick Matthews, a senior economist at Nomura International in London. "It puts pressure on the ECB to deliver even more conventional and non conventional measures."

In the past, the euro zone has needed economic growth of around 1.5 percent to create new jobs, according to Carsten Brzeski, an economist at ING. With the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development forecasting this week that the euro zone economy would contract by 0.6 percent this year, unemployment is set to worsen long before it turns around.

"We do not see a stabilization in unemployment before the middle of next year," said Frederik Ducrozet, an economist at Economist at Credit Agricole in Paris. "The picture in France is still deteriorating."

5.6 MILLION YOUNG JOBLESS

ECB President Mario Draghi, whose bold decision-making helped protect the euro zone from break-up last year with a plan to buy the bonds of governments in trouble, has so far preferred to leave the onus on euro zone governments to reform.

A majority of economists polled by Reuters do not expect the ECB to cut its deposit or main refinancing rates in the coming months, although the OECD this week called for the bank to consider quantitative easing.

The Commission, the EU's executive, told governments this week they must focus on reforms to outdated labor and pension systems to regain Europe's lost business dynamism, a move to shift focus away from debilitating budget cuts towards growth.

EU leaders meeting at the end of June in Brussels are expected to put the problem of joblessness at the forefront of their summit.

European Council President Herman Van Rompuy, who chairs the meetings, said last week youth unemployment was one of the most pressing issues for the 27-nation European Union as a whole.

Ministers from France, Italy and Germany, meeting in Paris this week, called on their counterparts to help tackle youth unemployment, with German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble describing it as a "battle for Europe's unity".

In April, 5.6 million people under 25 were unemployed in the European Union, with 3.6 million of those in the euro zone.

Even if governments take on unions and vested interests to enact reforms, they will take time to produce benefits.

The impact of the euro zone's debt and banking crises has been sapping confidence from companies and households.

Private consumption saved Germany from slipping into recession in the first three months of this year, but retail sales still fell unexpectedly in April because of the cold European winter.

Meanwhile, French consumer spending dropped again in February, falling by 0.2 percent after contracting in January. French household purchasing power contracted in 2012 for the first time since 1984.
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By then lukemia occurs...too tuff.....




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Good news will be bad news for the market...Eventually the good news will be a real winner!
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Friday bloodbath...Monday hamoglobin bath.
By then lukemia occurs...too tuff.....
hope it wont be so jia lat.. still got counters on hand. Haha
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DJ MARKET TALK: Barclays Tips Accumulating S-REITs On Dips (2013/05/31 13:28PM)
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0528 GMT [Dow Jones] Barclays notes that markets concerns about the end of QE3 or the Fed 'tapering' with long-dated government bond yields spiking up has resulted in both high-yield credit and high-yield equities, in particular S-REITs, being sold off.

The house believes "the concern is premature and we do not expect the Fed to cut back its bond purchases until 2014 vs the market's expectation of 2H13." With that in mind, Barclays continues to believe that S-REITs' valuations are not expensive - still above normalised average yield spread with the office sector having bottomed.

It prefers REITs that could grow faster even when interest rates gradually move up due to sustainable growth in the U.S. "We would accumulate on dips," it says noting that Keppel REIT (K71U.SG) and CapitaCommercial Trust (C61U.SG), both rated Overweight with respective S$1.70 and S$1.87 targets, are its top picks among S-REITs. Shares are down 1.0% at S$1.43 and down 0.3% at S$1.54, respectively.

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When interest rates goes up, there will be 2 effects on REITs...costs will go up as most are geared. Secondly the attractivemess will be reduce as the interest gap close.
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Strict measures are needed to ensure product safety: premier

Premier Li Keqiang called on Friday for enhanced supervision of the quality of baby formula to regain public trust in domestic dairy products.

Strict measures should be used to ensure the safety of baby milk, and all baby milk formula products should be retraceable through methods such as electronic coding, Li said.

The premier was speaking at an executive meeting of the State Council.

Li said the regulations covering baby formula should be as strict as those on medicine.

Dong Jinshi, a food safety expert and deputy director of the International Food Packaging Association, said, "Under the food regulations, it is mainly producers that are responsible for safety, but under the regulations covering medicine, both producers and sellers are held responsible."

He said Li's remarks reflect the central government's determination to supervise the dairy industry and rebuild its reputation.

Dong added that food safety issues are managed by several departments, which tend to shirk their responsibility when food safety scandals are exposed.

At the meeting, Li vowed to launch special campaigns to ensure the safety of milk products, supervise milk sources, standardize manufacturers and sellers of baby formula, and punish companies that do not meet the standard.

Domestic brands of high-quality milk powder should be built up to regain consumers' trust, Li said.

Domestic dairy industry sales slumped in 2008 after Sanlu Group was found to have adulterated its infant formula with melamine, a chemical compound used to make plastic. Six children died from drinking the milk, and at least 300,000 others became ill.

Li said the quality of dairy products for babies has improved in recent years after the government took a series of measures to enhance supervision. However, there are still many factors that can affect the quality of milk products.

Wang Dingmian, former chairman of the Guangdong Provincial Dairy Association, said foreign milk brands are expanding from China's high-end markets in big cities to smaller cities, making a revival for domestic brands even more difficult.

Domestic brands held about 70 percent of market share before the Sanlu milk scandal. However, four major foreign brands accounted for almost half of the market share in China last year, Wang said.

Liu Nan, a 30-year-old mother working at a public relations company in Beijing, said she always buys imported milk powder for her 5-month-old baby, asking her colleagues who go to Hong Kong frequently for business trips to bring back milk powder.

"With the problems that keep occurring in our dairy industry, who dares to buy domestic milk powder for their baby?" she asked. "Most families have only one child, and they would rather spend more money buying imported milk."

Milk: Consolidation of market encouraged

To deal with growing demand from China, some countries, including Australia, New Zealand and Germany, have introduced quotas on milk powder purchases, according to the Shanghai Securities News.

Li said a regulation on online sales of baby milk products should be introduced as soon as possible, and the government will enhance supervision and regulation of imported milk powder.

It will put forward relevant policies to support standardized large dairy milk farms, encourage the merger and acquisition of milk powder companies, and promote the milk industry's development, Li said.

Gu Jicheng, secretary-general of the Dairy Association of China, said in May that the National Development and Reform Commission - the country's major economic policymaking body - is expected to allocate 1 billion yuan ($160 million) this year to secure milk sources
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