Klse Malaysia Stocks To Watch Next Week- 21 Jan to 27 Jan

Market Wrap Up: Last week Bursa Malaysia index traded with lack of volume but trade higher to end the week on positive notes. Last week was mainly active for stocks which were in news. The share of MYEG raised earlier start of the week after news that it gets a renewal of courier service license; other actives included BUMI ARMADA BHD which raised on news that debt refinancing talks can result in a positive outcome and it not default on the loan.

FBM KLCI index closed 1692.22 up +9.17 (+0.54%) higher vs. previous weekly close of 1683.22. Market sentiments were positive tracking global markets and rise in Crude oil prices, China’s extra stimulus news.

Week’s top performing stocks were HEIM, CARLSBG, UTDPLT, and HTPADU while top losers were CHINTEK, LYSAGHT, MUHIBAH, and ATURMJU.

Sector-wise, the Finance Index up points to 17,528.25, the Plantation Index rose 83.40 points to 7,201.04, but the Industrial Products and Services Index each erased 1.21 points. In coming week index can trade higher to test 1700 and even above this to 1715.

SCOMI GROUP BHD (Code: 7158)

Company Overview:

Scomi Group Bhd, a global service provider mainly in the oil and gas industry, is a company listed on the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia. Other public listed companies within Scomi Group are Scomi Engineering Bhd and Scomi Marine Bhd which are listed on Bursa Malaysia, and PT Rig Tenders which is listed on Jakarta Stock Exchange. Scomi Group has been spearheading expansion in the emerging markets of Brazil, India, Gulf States, and China.

Latest News:

Scomi Group Bhd’s sub-subsidiary Urban Transit Private Limited (UTPL) have each received demand notice from India’s Axis Bank Limited for 624.63 million rupee (RM36.15 million) due to failure by UTPL (as borrower) and SEB (as guarantor) to pay under the bank facilities granted to UTPL. The company said it will not have any business, financial and operational impact of the default.

Outlook:

Stock can witness selling pressure from upside due to this negative news but the company has to give a clarification that it does not have any financial impact which is positive for the stock price. Stock can trade in a range of 0.045 to 0.080.

BERJAYA CORPORATION BHD (Code: 3395)

Company Overview:

Berjaya Corporation Berhad, an investment holding company, engages in the provision of financial services; investment, development, rental, and management of properties; and marketing of consumer products and services in Malaysia and internationally. The company also designs, constructs, and operates sanitary landfill; operates hotels, casinos, resorts, restaurants, golf and recreation clubs, bookstores, and private university and international schools; manufactures and sells garments and knitted fabrics; owns and operates Car lovers Carwash, Roadhouse Grill Restaurant, and Kenny Rogers Roasters Restaurant chains.

 Latest News:

Berjaya Corp Bhd (BCorp) has proposed collaboration with SAIC Motor Corp Ltd’s unit to manufacture, assemble and sell British car marque, Morris Garages (MG) in Malaysia. The company signed MOU with SAIC Shanghai-listed arm SAIC Motor Corp Ltd.

Outlook:

Price can trade in the range of 0.275-0.300 more upside only above if trades above 0.300.

MESINIAGA BHD (Code: 5011)

Company Overview:

Mesiniaga Berhad, together with its subsidiaries, provides information technology products and related services in Malaysia. The company offers cloud computing solutions, including infrastructure-as-a-service, platform-as-a-service, software-as-a-service, backup-as-a-service, and disaster recovery-as-a-service; maintenance services; managed services comprising server infrastructure, cloud and application, end-user computing, and network management services; network services; and cybersecurity solutions.

 Latest News:

Mesiniaga Bhd has received accepted an RM1.9 billion contract from Xiddig Cellular Communications Sdn Bhd for the commissioning of distribution and access network with related support systems for the EM-IIG project. This contract has a positive impact on financial results and EPS.

Outlook:

The stock is not liquid as other but can rise with this news to the level of 1.240- 1.250.

Benefits of Investing In Dividend-Paying Blue Chip Stocks In Malaysia

Are you serious to make a high grossing investment portfolio? Read further to know how dividend-paying blue-chip stocks in Malaysia can grow your portfolio.

Dividend-paying blue-chip stocks have a good reputation among Bursa Malaysia investors or in any other stock market. If you are a dedicated investor and you are a devoted follower of money; you can not turn your eyes from blue-chip stocks which are especially famous for the high return and high dividend.

Investing in blue-chip stocks might seem old fashioned but it will never go out of fashion. These are the company which provides their investors support even when the time is tough for the market. Many Wealthy investors prefer to dedicate a big percentage of their investment portfolio to dividend-paying blue-chip stocks.

Blue chips stocks are available in many sectors. According to information of listed company in Bursa Malaysia, blue-chip stocks are available in energy (oil and gas) sector (e.g. Petronas Gas), Banking (e.g. AMMB Holdings, Public Bank), Telecommunication (e.g. Telekom), etc.

You might get the idea what are blue-chip stocks.

But, There is more to know.

 

What Are Dividend-Paying Blue Chip Stocks?


“Blue Chip” word came from a poker game, these are the chips with high value. Blue chips stocks are the companies which qualify with qualitative and quantitative.

Blue chip stocks are the companies which make a high-quality product and provide quality service and are recognized in national and international level. These are the companies have the tag of too-good-to-fail.

Below are the few characteristics of dividend-paying blue chip stocks of Bursa Malaysia Investment.

1. They have the regular solid balance sheet and financial statement. The product/service diversification offered by them is known globally.

2. They provide a high return on capital, also known as return of equity to their common shareholder. This is the one factor to trust blue chip stocks

3. They are considerably larger than other companies listed in Bursa Malaysia. Their reachability in domestic as well global market makes them the largest enterprise.

4. Over the decades they have established the record of stable income.

5. They frequently repurchase the stocks whenever the stock price is becoming and profitable to make earning.

6. They are famous for uninterrupted dividend payment delivery to their investors. That’s what makes investors hold on to share of blue-chip stocks.

7. The share prices of blue-chip stocks are expensive than other regular stocks due to their reputation and stability.

But, What are the benefits of investing in dividend paying blue chip stocks in Malaysia Stock Exchange?

By now you I know you might be almost convinced why you should invest in Blue Chip Stocks.

But you should always do absolute research and gain a thorough knowledge before investing in any types of stocks.

 

Benefits Of Investing In Dividend-Paying Blue-Chip Stocks.


Assured Dividend Payment

Why do we invest in stocks?

To make some money. Don’t we?

The dividend is what helps us to make most of the money while in investing in Bursa Malaysia stocks.

If you are investing in Blue chip stock, one thing you can make sure that you will always be paid by the high dividend on regular basis. As blue-chip stocks have crossed the growth state, they remain in stable financial condition, therefore they are able to pay a regular dividend. Assurity of the dividend is the utmost importance when you invest in stocks. While investing in High Dividend Blue-Chip stock, dividend gives you moral support and motivation for future investment.

Steady Earning

As we have discussed earlier blue-chip stocks have a stable income. Therefore, major investors also have stable earning too, who have invested in blue-chip stocks. As these companies are too good to fail, they provide a safe place especially during the time of financial crisis. When the market goes bearish, you don’t have to worry about the losses or return on your investment. You will get your dividend payment no matter what.

Diversification

Every potential investor emphasize on diversification.

Diversification in investment is, investing more than one type of investments. Even in stock investment, you should invest in various types of stocks. There are small, mid and large caps stocks. And, of course, blue chip stocks.

Blue-chip stocks are always considered as good for diversification of investment portfolio. As they don’t get much affected by a weak market condition, hence if you lose some money in some stocks, you will always have an income generating portfolio while investing dividend-paying blue-chip stock of KLSE Investment.

Advantage Of Competition

Blue chip stocks get competitive advantages because of their goodwill, cost efficiency and their reputation in the market. Investors of the blue-chip also get the advantage of this.

If a company has to attract consumer and maintain stable consumption of its product/service it will perform better on daily basis. More consumption means more consumers mean more revenue generation. And more revenue means a high return to the investors/stockholders.

You might be wondering, you will need a large amount of ringgit to invest in blue chip stock in Bursa Malaysia.

Not exactly!

If you don’t have much capital to invest in so many dividend-paying blue chip stocks, do not worry. You can invest in the basket of blue-chip stocks. You can invest via ETFs or unit trust fund. ETFs are exchange-traded funds, that trade index, commodity, a basket of stocks and other assets.

 

Conclusion


All wealthy investors choose to diversify their investment portfolio with blue-chip stocks. They are a stable and steady source of income. There are many high dividends paying blue chip stocks available in Bursa Malaysia which you can choose to invest in. During the time of financial crisis, blue-chip stocks pay their role as a safe haven.
                            

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Nymex Crude Oil Trading In range Bound $50-$53 With Positive Bias.

Fundamental News And Impact

Crude oil trading higher with slight range-bound price action. Every price slide used to buy by the trader. Earlier as expected production cuts from the OPEC and Russia which began this month provide additional price cushion.

Major support came from the news that the U.S. and China will reach a trade agreement and hope that China will provide more stimuli after its weak economic data

US crude oil production has offset the impact on rising crude oil prices lead by OPEC-led production cuts. Major details will be seen from crude oil inventory reports. U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) data, production is expected to rise to 12.0 million barrels per day this year and to nearly 13.0 million barrels per day in 2020.

Technical Outlook and Analysis

On weekly charts, crude oil bounced back from $42 to currently trading near $52.Earlier crude oil saw massive selling when it broke the level of $49. Now momentum indicator like RSI turning up from the oversold region which gives support to price rise.

Crude Oil Analysis

On shorter time frame like on hourly price facing resistance near $53.2 and some price retracement from this level can bring crude oil to the price range of $51-$50.50.

If price not able to hold strong support of $50 then level of $48 again expected but this is the second case still price oversold on weekly charts.

Major Weekly Support Resistance As Below:

Name S3 S2 S1 Pivot Points R1 R2 R3
WTI Crude Oil 45.8 47.79 49.01 51 52.99 54.21 56.2

 

Bursa Malaysia- Checklist For KLSE Investment 2019

Starting your investment journey can be exciting as well as scary. This checklist will help you to start investing in Bursa Malaysia without any mistake.

“You only have to do a very few things right in your life so long as you don’t do too many things wrong.”- Warren Buffett

 

 

That is unquestionably correct. Isn’t it?

If you start with the right approach in the right direction you can reach the finish line with rewards.

Investment is a skill that everyone is considering now and if you are a beginner you will need proper guidance to start.

Everyone in the modern days wants to increase his earning. Considering inflation, the need for a better lifestyle and retirement plan, child education loan etc, it is a requirement of the time.

When you are a beginner in investing it is a bit difficult to select the best stocks available in the stock market and how to take the first step. There will be many questions that you might be asking yourself or on the internet.

For example,

1. Which sector should I choose to invest in?

2. Which investment path should I go?

3. What are the criteria to select the best company to chose from Bursa Malaysia?

4. How to chose a broker or investment advisory services?

But you don’t have to answer all the question together. Multi Management Future Solutions is here for you! Below is the checklist-

KLSE Investment Tips 2019 For Beginners.

1. Start With Financial Plan

Financial planning is to make a strategic blueprint for all your moves in future for your investing journey. To start investing, you have to make a plan so that you don’t drown when things go south in the market. It will work as your backbone.

There are a few things that you have to consider to make a financial plan before investing.

Examine Your Budget:

To examine your budget whether you are doing accurate or not, you can try the 50-30-20 rule. You have to make sure that 50 percent of your budget should go in household expenses including groceries, 30 percent for food, outing, and travel and 20 percent in savings.

If you are managing this efficiently you can plan further to invest your money in the stock market or other investment instruments.

Always Separate Emergency Fund:

An emergency can come without any notice and if you are jumping to investment without any emergency fund you are making fool out of yourself.

But you are not a fool. Are you?

So always keep some amount of money aside for emergency fund before investing.

Make Yourself Debt Free:

Can you swim better with tonnes of the load in your back?

NO.

Similarly, you can not become a potential investor of Bursa Malaysia or any other stock market with debt in your head.

Therefore clear all your debt before starting investing.

To make your financial plan check if you are insured, be clear of your investment objectives. Decide whether you are comfortable with monthly investing or lump sum investing.

A financial plan helps you to reach your financial goal, about which I am going to talk in the next section.

 

2. Make A Financial Goal To Stay Focused

There is a lot of difference in investing thinking and investing methods when you invest in college age and when you are a working adult. Your perception towards investment changes with time and experience.

When you are a working adult you think about all kind of risk factors, your loss, and profit plan. For an economical beginning, you must decide what are your personal financial goal. These question will help you decide your financial goal.

1. How much money do you want to invest?

2. How much is your risk tolerance capability?

3. Why are you investing now?

4. Are you here for a long term or short term?

Do not just jump in investing without any planning. Without a proper goal or plan, you might fail miserably in investment journey.

But,

slow and steady wins the race

So take your time to figure out your decent financial goal before investing in Bursa Malaysia.

 

3. Open A Stock Brokerage Account

When you will begin investing in the KLSE stock market you will need a stock brokerage account and CDS (Central Depository System) account for trading. CDS is an account that keeps your Malaysian stocks which you have already bought. It is controlled and maintained by Bursa Malaysia directly, with no link to the brokerage house.

Many brokerage firms also help in opening a CDS account. But choosing a reliable stock brokerage firm can be drudgery. To make your investment journey smooth and productive you should find an authentic brokerage firm or an investment advisory service.

Brokerage firms and investment advisory services mainly differ in the varieties of service they provide and the brokerage fee. Some of the brokerage firms also provide overseas market coverage, analysis reports, and customer service.

You can check the service list on their website or you can also try the free trials they provide for 3-4 days.

You can trade via brokerage firms or the trading account.

 Moving ahead,

 There is more than one type of account in the stock market.

Cash Accounts– Cash account is the account in which client pay for all his securities in cash and there is no credit available on his account. In a cash account, you can only buy a long position.

Margin Account– In this, an investor pays for a percentage of securities he purchased by using credit. The brokerage stretches the credit and uses the securities as collateral. In this account, you can buy both a short and long position.

Option Account– In option account client need to share his financial situation, investment objectives, past experience in investment. Option account is not for everyone. Only puts and call is traded-in in this.

 

4. Strong Portfolio Building

You might have heard about the phrase “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket”.

In the stock market, your money is your egg and stock is the basket. When you invest in only one stock or only one variety of stocks you are increasing your risk factors.

There are more than 800 companies listed in Bursa Malaysia in various sectors. You can do research on which sectors are flourishing in the Malaysian economy and invest in them accordingly.

Always choose diversified and strong portfolio to make your investment more profitable. You can also choose to invest in different assets like bonds, gold, and more.

 

5. Individual Stocks vs ETFs, Know Better Before Choosing

ETFs or Exchange Traded Funds are the listed fund mainly consists of blue-chip stocks, that tracks an index. You can say it is a pool of fund investors for the benefits of all investors.

You can invest in the best companies in Bursa Malaysia by investing in ETFs.

While investing in individual stocks or company you have to understand the company and you have to be aware of the company announcement.

Its totally depend upon the knowledge and interest of you if you want to interest in ETFs or individual stocks.

 

6. Evaluate The Stock With Caution

While investing in Bursa Malaysia as a beginner you have to learn how to evaluate stocks. Even experts sometimes fail to evaluate in a proper way and fails to get good returns.

The stock market is more like an auction where many people participate. Anyone who thinks that this stock worth more than its current price, he can bid a higher price. The stock price is the higher price the buyer is willing to pay and the lowest amount is the seller is willing to pay.

While evaluating stock always check its balance sheet, dividend history, its domestic and global recognition, the rate of return, dividend yield, etc.

 

7. Be In It For Long Term

“If you aren’t willing to own a stock for ten years, don’t even think about owning it for ten minutes” – Warren Buffett

Isn’t it practical?

Investment is not short-term gratification. You should be patient with stock investing. It’s a skill which takes time to give you a high return.

When you are entering in stock market investing, you should always go for long-term. The stock is the asset with short-term volatility risk which gives a high return on long-term.

This is the checklist for a beginner to start investing in Bursa Malaysia.

But,

We do not recommend you to follow this blindly. Always use your knowledge, your research, and judgment to select any stocks or any investment strategy.

Bottom Line

Selecting your first stock can be very intriguing. Your first move usually makes your opinion about the journey. And, your investing path will be profiting and rewarding if you measure your goals and take calculated risks.

There are hundreds of choices for the stocks listed in Malaysia Stock Market, use above checklist before investing in Bursa Malaysia.

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Bursa Malaysia Stock Analysis: Is It The Right Time To Buy Astro Malaysia In Downtrend

Amidst the downtrend of Bursa Malaysia, Astro Malaysia Holdings Berhad is performing in a growing direction. Its current share price on 2nd January was at 1.330 share price with an increment of 0.030 (2.31%). Whereas Bursa Malaysia market is running down by 21.50 (-1.27%) at 1669.08.

This makes it very important to think about investing in Astro Malaysia in 2019 if an investor in Malaysia is thinking about investing in Bursa Malaysia.

ASTRO MALAYSIA (KLSE: ASTRO)

About The Company: 

Astro Malaysia Holdings Berhad is a Malaysian media and entertainment holding company that began as a paid digital satellite radio and television service, Astro. The company is owned by Astro Holdings Sendirian Berhad which also owns Astro Overseas Limited.

Its 11 radio brands include the highest rated stations across Malaysia’s four key languages, engaging with 16.5 million weekly audiences on-air and online.

Latest News: 

Its unit, MEASAT Broadcast Network Systems Sdn Bhd (MBSN), has secured RM 300.0 million loans from AmBank (M) Bhd. The loan will be used to finance MBSN’s production, purchase and licensing of content/programmes/channels, to purchase set-top boxes (including the settlement of vendor financing), for capital expenditure  including asset acquisition for broadcast and transmission and acquisition of software and platforms, and/or for lending to any member of the Astro Group (news source Edge market).

Performance In 2018:

Let’s consider the Fundamental and Technical overview of Astro Malaysia Holdings Bhd to better understand its performance in 2018.

Fundamental Overview
 

1. In FY-18 company reported sales of  MYR 5531 (million) with the profit of MYR 1140 (million).

2. Net income for FY-18 stood at MYR 771 (million).

3. Its net margin and operating margin comes at 13.93% and 20.61%

4. Book value per share comes at MYR 12.60.

5. The company has a good dividend payout percentage ratio above 80% and dividend at 0.10 MYR.

Below is the dividend history of Astro Malaysia in between FY13-FY19. As you can see that dividend continues to increase for the last six years. FY19 is yet to reach a new height. Considering the positive sentiments of the market regarding Astro Malaysia.

Astro Malaysia

5 Years Revenue & Profit Trend:

Astro Malaysia

Fundamental Data:

Market Capitalization (M) 6779
No. of Shares(M) 5214
Earning Per Share (MYR) 0.14779
Dividend(cent) 12.5
Dividend Yield(%) 9.614
Trailing PE 14.76
1 Year price Range 1.050 – 2.790

Key Highlight:

1.  New Initiative Company’s focus shifting to digital marketing

2. Sharing of printing facilities will reduce operating margin

3. Possibility merger & acquisition opportunities

4. Consumer sentiments and consumer spending will increase as per forecast by (Malaysian Institute of Economic Research) help to gain advertisement and subscription.

Technical Overview
 

Astro Malaysia

On daily charts, stocks bottom out around 1.10 after trading in a range from 1.10 to 1.25. Exponential moving averages like 20 days and 50 days now shift higher and trading sideways.

Price trading above moving averages pins out prices now moves higher. Momentum indicator like MACD also developed positive or bullish divergence and pointing upwards.

Positive histogram and the signal line above zero will signal entry opportunity on dips.

Price wise and time wise consolidation is good for the stock as it is the sign of major upcoming breakout in stock.

Price action wise each day price trading in sideways after giving breakout from 1.25 levels to reach at 1.41 levels and looks stock in retracement.

This retracement in price near 1.28-1.30 gives buying opportunity with strict support comes at 1.22 with price rise target up to 1.40 and 1.50.

Stocks major support and resistance level were as below:

Symbol S3 S2 S1 Pivot R1 R2 R3
Astro Malaysia
(6399)
1.214 1.247 1.284 1.317 1.354 1.387 1.424

 

Multi Management Future Solutions Key Takeaways   

It will be prudent to say that if you are a potential investor in Malaysia you must think about investing in Astro Malaysia. Media and Entertainment industry is very competitive and growing at an unprecedented rate. In this market, Astro Malaysia is making its footprint with exceptional growth. With all the date provided above, you can use your judgment to whether you should invest in it or not.

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Malaysian Stock In Focus This Week 11-15 December 2018

We are just at end of the year 2018, but you can’t be lazy just because you are waiting for the new year to knock in your door with good news. An active trader never loses his grip on market analysis. He doesn’t just wait for opportunities but he seizes it in the right moment and moment can be off days, weeks or months.

Multi-Management Future Solution is here to deliver the latest report on Malaysian Stocks for with the help of our experts on technical analysis for the current week i.e. 11-15 December.

Poh Kong Holdings Bhd
 

KLSE Stock

Here we pick the first stock in our list Poh Kong Holdings Bhd (Code: POHKONG), an investment holding company, manufactures, trades in, and retails jewelry, precious and semiprecious stones, and gold ornaments primarily in Malaysia with market cap 185 million.

According to the Bloomberg data, Poh Kong Holdings Bhd dividend payout ratio for this month is 2.22% and recommended first and final single tier dividend of 1.00 sen per share for the fiscal year ended July 31, 2018, payable on March 08, 2019. Ex-date is February 13, 2019.

Why investors should follow Poh Kong Holdings Bhd?

The PHOKONG unaudited combine its earnings results for the first quarter ended October 31, 2018 dive, 41% year-on-year to RM3.16 million, from RM5.36 million already because of changes in gold costs. For the quarter, the company reported revenue 17% higher at  MYR 258,364,000 against MYR 220,925,000 a year ago. This higher income was due to the expansion achieved after gold gems and gold supposition items and extra income contributed from new outlets in the present quarter under audit.

Sapura Energy Bhd

KLSE Stock

The second stock in the list is the famous oil and gas stock of Malaysia Sapura Energy Bhd’s (Code: SAPNRG) provides integrated oil and gas services and solutions with market cap 2.06 Million. The Company offers engineering, fabrication, construction, installation, hook up, commissioning, drilling, exploration, and production of oil and gas fields.

Sapura Energy Bhd is the most active stock of KLSE index from November and its price must be right and it would need to open up to new markets, Quarterly revenue grew 17.4% to RM1.5 billion from RM1.28 billion previously, the group said in a filing with Bursa Malaysia.

Why investors should follow Sapura Energy Bhd?

In the interim, Sapura Energy and its associates have won an RM3 billion contract from Oil and Natural Gas Corp Ltd (ONGC) in India. Sapura Energy said the new contract win improves the gathering’s quality in the developing business sector.

Sapura Energy shares were up 2 sen or 6% at 35.5 sen, for a market capitalization of RM2.13 billion. The total deficit limited to RM31.09 million in the second from last quarter finished Oct 31 from RM274.41 million per year back, in accordance with a higher income, which rose 17.36% to RM1.50 billion from RM1.28 billion every year prior.

Petroleum Nasional Bhd
 

KLSE Stock

Last but not the least Petroleum Nasional Bhd, also known as Petronas (PETGAS) operates as an integrated oil and gas company in Malaysia and internationally with the market cap 37.794 Million. The BHD markets petroleum products and operates service stations domestically. Through its subsidiaries, the Company has operations in aviation fueling at Kuala Lumpur International Airport and bunkering facilities at West Port along with marketing and distributing lubricants.

The Petronas is the potential performer as KLSE gainer stock from last few months in this year. The interim dividend of 16 sen per ordinary share for the quarter ended September 30, 2018. Payment date is December 26, 2018. EX-date is December 10, 2018. Entitlement date is December 12, 2018.

Why investors should follow Sapura Energy Bhd?

Petronas (PETGAS) have just put US$500m in a pilot organizd in the La Amarga Chica territory. The main well of the pilot stage was drilled in 2015 and generation achieved 9,800 bbl/d. With the new joint endeavor, generation is required to achieve 20,000 bbl/d in 2019 and 60,000 bbl/d by 2022. The venture could reach US$7bn inside 20 years with an intent to drive generation up to 75,000 bbl/d.

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5 Major Mistakes Millennials Can Make While Investing In Bursa Malaysia


Whether you are a beginner or a savvy investor or a millennial, you can make mistakes anytime in investment. When you invest return and risk comes hand in hand and if you are not aware of grand mistakes which you can make while investing in Bursa Malaysia you can end up losing money. But do not worry this blog is not to demoralize you from investing, it is about how you can be a smart investor and how you can make sure that your money is working for you.

Here are 5 major mistakes which you can make while investing in Bursa Malaysia.

Not Considering Risk Management


What can be the best suggestion you can get for investing in Bursa Malaysia?  

As Warren Buffet says 
“Rule No 1 Never lose money, Rule No. 2 Never forget Rule No 1” 

And how can you make sure that you don’t lose money? It is simple; By using Risk Management. In share market return always comes with risk, higher the return mean higher the risk. If you want to earn money rather than losing it you have to check your risk tolerance capacity.  In Risk Analysis we devise a methodology in which we identify this kind, assess, reassess and treat the risk. Risk can be mitigated by considering: 

1.BY SETTING STOP LOSS POINTS 
2.DIVERSIFIED PORTFOLIO
3.LEVERAGE
4.TRENDS OF MARKET

 If you are not thinking about risk management you are just relying on luck and that is not very smart.

It’s not always about luck as Robert Kouk of Kouk Group (Top in Forbes List 2018) says “MORE THAN 90% IS THE HARD WORK THE REST IS LUCK”

Ignoring Fundamental Analysis

Let me first tell you what is fundamental analysis. When any company shares its expenses, capital, net worth, profit, loss it has done over the quarter or year this is called fundamental analysis. Not everyone can understand the jargon of technicality of the stock market but an investor can surely understand the fundamentals. Fundamentals are the foundation of your investment if you avoid this, your building may fall down. So before investing do some fundamental analysis about the company you want to invest like. Investing is not rocket science as Investing Giant Warren Buffet says,

“You don’t need to be a rocket scientist. Investing is not a game where the guy with 160 IQ beats the guy with 130 IQ”

Investing Without Planning

“Failing To Plan Is Planning To Fail.”
You must have heard this quote many a time in your life but how many times did you apply when you were hovering over Bursa Malaysia and when you were thinking about investing in it. Planning your investment is very important,you need to plan how much return you want by the end of this month, this year;you need to know which company can give you a higher dividend,you need to know how many lots will be enough to buy where you can avoid maximum risk;what is best time to trade and for that you need to know to trade in Bursa Malaysia. 

Here you can learn about 7 Steps To Find Best Dividend Stock In Malaysia. 
Here you can know more about Top 5 High Dividend Paying Stock Bursa Malaysia.

Learning Too Much Too Wrong

This is the time of abundance of information in your fingertip. You can go to the internet and learn about investment from unlimited websites. But how will you know whatever you are learning——- and from where you are learning is authentic or not. You have to know better and for that, you have to invest time in research about the authenticity of the website.

 Making Emotionally Driven Decisions

I know we are human and we are prone to get emotional doing anything in our life. But can you make emotionally driven decisions when it can cost you thousands or sometimes millions of ringgit? No, you cannot.

The two big emotions that affect the investing are GREED AND FEAR.

Suppose you invested in Top Glove in 2018 and you earned bonuses and high dividends. In 2019 you invest again in the same company without doing any of your homework because you are being greedy and you lost. There are many reasons that can affect the Malaysian Economy and you should be aware of it. Same goes for fear if you lose in certain transact you avoid doing the same transact again. Here also you should learn about the current market.

Solution By Multi Management Future Solutions

Final takeaways from us are, be careful while investing and be aware of the above mistakes. Plan before you invest in Bursa Malaysia; be aware of risks, avoid greed and fear in decision making, do your homework by using authentic sources and do not ignore fundamental analysis.

To enhance your knowledge about the market trend in Bursa Malaysia you can learn from the link mention below-

Here you can know about advice service Financial advisory service in Malaysia 
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Stock Picks- KLCI over 1,750 early Thursday as Tenaga, HL Bank progress

KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips climbed early Thursday supported by picks up in Tenaga Nasional and Hong Leong Bank and pushed the FBM KLCI (Stock Picks) simply over the key 1,750 level.

At 9.24am (Stock Picks),

the KLCI was up 3.93 focuses or 0.23% to 1,750.56. Turnover 325.05 million offers esteemed at RM122mil. There were 211 gainers, 156 failures and 217 counters unaltered.

Reuters revealed Asian markets offered a quieted response on Thursday to the entry of US tax breaks . Advantages to organization main concerns were at that point prepared into stock costs. While securities were spooked by the victory in government obligation expected to subsidize the giveaways.

MSCI’s broadest list of Asia-Pacific offers outside Japan plunged 0.1% in thin exchange (Stock Investment Tips), while Australian stocks lost 0.3%. Japan’s Nikkei facilitated 0.3%, however a softening yen ought to give some help to exporters.

Kenanga Investment Bank

Research trusts that the general specialized picture has enhanced altogether finished the previous month with the MACD pointer now in a bullish state .The KLCI (Klse Investment Picks) having bottomed-out positively following a three-month downtrend.

“As the year-end happy season moves nearer, anticipate that exchanging volumes will decrease and the likelihood of a consolidative respite between the 1,734 (S1) and 1,750 (R1) levels.

“Any breakout over the R1 level will however set our sights on 1,800 (R2) next. Opposingly, any break beneath the S1 bolster level is considered as exceptionally negative and could trigger a capitulation towards 1,729 (S2),” it said.

Among the KLCI stocks (Stock Tips), KL Kepong rose 32 sen to RM24.84. HL Bank 24 sen to RM16.96 while BAT and Tenaga picked up 10 sen each to RM35.20 and RM16.46.

Settle was the best gainer, up 38 sen to RM99.98 with 1,000 offers done.

Vitrox kept on riding the innovation wave, up 12 sen to RM6.52.

Benefit taking saw glove producers falling off their recoird highs. Kossan lost 28 sen to RM8.18, Hartalega lost 26 sen to RM11.14 .Top Glove 20 sen bring down at RM7.85.

Perdana Petroleum fell 5.5 sen to 30.5 sen with 25 million offers done after Bursa Securities (Share Investment Tips) lifted the stop on the offer cost. It hit restrain down on Monday and Tuesday.

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Klse Stock Pick- Aeon Credit, Genting slump early Thursday

KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia began Thursday on a careful note with Eon Credit (Klse Stock Pick), Genting Bhd and Sime Darby Plantation among the greatest decliners.

At 9.25am (Klse Stock Pick),

the FBM KLCI was down 1.3 focuses or 0.07% to 1,736.36. Turnover was 293.56 million offers esteemed at RM131.58m. There were 214 gainers, 137 washouts and 249 counters unaltered.

On the outer front, Asian stocks edged higher after the Federal Reserve conveyed an eagerly awaited financing cost climb yet hailed alert about expansion, treating desires for future fixing (Klse Investment Picks), which weighed on the dollar and Treasury yields, Reuters revealed.

The Fed’s less hawkish articulations bolstered MSCI’s broadest list of Asia-Pacific offers outside Japan, which rose 0.3%.

Australian stocks included 0.2% and South Korea’s KOSPI climbed 0.55%. Japan’s Nikkei crept up 0.1%.

At Bursa Malaysia (Share Investment Tips), Eon Credit tumbled to an early low of RM12.70 after the Inland Revenue Board slapped the organization with extra duties and punishments of RM96.82mil. It was down 30 sen to RM12.94.

Genting Bhd fell 13 sen to RM8.95, Sime Plantations lost 10 sen to RM5.28. Padini and Unisem six sen each to RM5.32. RM3.29 while Genting Malaysia shed six sen to RM5.58.

Petron fell six sen to RM12.94 yet Hengyuan rose 20 sen to RM12.66.

LPI rose 26 sen to RM18.40 (Stock Tips), Hong Leong Bank picked up 20 sen to RM16.78, Yinson climbed 12 sen to RM3.88 and MAHB 10 sen higher at RM8.44.

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Stock Investment Tips- Sime Darby in center as KLCI progresses early Thursday

KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips progressed early Thursday lead by Sime Darby KLSE (Stock Investment Tips) , which was recorded without its ranches and property units.

At 9.30am (Stock Investment Tips),

the FBM KLCI was up 3.63 focuses or 0.21% to 1,724.01. Turnover was 261.38 million offers esteemed at RM195.14mil. There were 179 gainers, 210 failures and 269 counters unaltered.

Kenanga Investment Bank Research said in its specialized standpoint for the KLCI (Stock Picks) that graph shrewd, the record gave some bullish hint after exchanged the dark all through the session.

“Yesterday’s turn likewise affirmed Tuesday’s ‘Sledge’ design which flag a potential close term recuperation. The list needs to break over 1,734 (R1) level before we could re-rate the general specialized picture from our more extensive negative perspectives.

“Regardless, at current express, the record stays one-sided on the drawback with pointers does not give any important indications of potential bullish inversion,” it said.

Oil markets opened carefully

on Thursday in front of the result of an OPEC meeting in Vienna later in the day (Stock Tips), with individuals set to wrangle about the way for an expansion of the gathering’s supply-cut understanding, Reuters revealed.

US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) rough prospects were at US$57.33 a barrel at 0108 GMT, essentially unaltered from their last settlement. Brent rough prospects had not exchanged around then.

The news wire

likewise detailed Asian offers fell on Thursday, burdened by a dive in high-flying innovation shares, a move that some observe as a sound revision after a solid rally however others accept may proclaim the pinnacle of a “super cycle” that has been boosting the division.

MSCI’s broadest record of Asia-Pacific offers outside Japan dropped 0.5% percent (Share Investment Tips), with innovation bellwether Samsung Electronics falling 2.9% to two-month lows. Japan’s Nikkei plunged 0.3%.

At Bursa,

Sime Darby was the star entertainer, up 51 sen to RM2.36 with 15.89 million offers done.

Be that as it may, Sime Property fell 23 sen to RM1.27 with 4.02 million offers and Sime Plantations lost 11 sen to RM5.48.

F&N rose 18 sen to RM25.78 and BAT 18 sen higher additionally to RM36.10.

Old Town rose 17 sen to RM2.60 (Klse Investment Picks), PMB Tech and Petronas Dagangan added 12 sen each to RM4.02 and RM24 while PPB Group picked up 10 sen to RM16.72 and Hartalega eight sen to RM9.58.

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