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2011-02-26

Did Libyan Really Cause The Share To Dip?



















FBM KLCI had dip below 1,500 level and base on the chart the share may likely to dip to 1470 level. What we hear from then news is the dip is because Libyan political problem but did Libyan really cause the share to dip?

For me I did not think so, Libyan is not a very impotent country that will effect world economic compare inflation that we now facing. Big money just use it to mask up they plan to take profit from the share market and when the share is low enough they will buy again so FBM KLCI may dip more and move sideways for big money to accumulate than a short dip to fear the weak share holder before push the share up.

1 comments:

Yuen-Chi Lian March 7, 2011 at 8:53 AM  

> Libyan is not a very impotent
> country that will effect world
> economic compare inflation that we
> now facing

What you are overlooking here is the consequence of uncertainties, chain reactions and speculations.

If Libya is down,

- More middle east countries will be affected (with more riots).
- Oil supply is impacted (regardess of Saudi's reserved oil, the market will turn inconfident).
- Western countries will make the equation to be more complicated.

If Libya is mass-killing,

- The west will step in. And their economy will be affected. US, UK and France seem ready for that (not really, I believe their recent move is symbolical only).

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