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2011-07-16

Investor printed money from QE2 is a time boom for Malaysia share market



















The regional markets remained sluggish as the overall sentiment at global markets remain tepid, given the flurry of weak economic data released this week from the US. Back home, Foreigners investor still the main support of FBM KLCI index and all this investor printed money from QE2 is a time boom for Malaysia share market.

Any huge pull back of this money will dip Malaysia market to very low lever. However till now, foreign investor still flow in into Malaysia market.

3 comments:

Anonymous July 16, 2011 at 1:58 PM  

You don't really need to worry about foreign money pulling out. If they pull out now, they will be the one to lose the most money because retailers and local funds are not fully bullish yet. Retailers and local funds are still mostly fearful and bearish. It will take retailers and local funds to be very bullish first before foreign funds start pulling out. And I can see they will remain in Malaysia for at least another 6 months, probably into 2012.

mapsscom July 17, 2011 at 12:30 PM  

the foreign funds are just holding.the retailers n local funds are adopting a wait n see tactic.
the foreign funds are betting on bn winning the ge13.the foreign funds will cash out before ge13 n buy back after ge13.i wud suggest,be an observer for now.get ready to buy after ge13.again,strong fundamentals is key to richess.yeah!

Durian Edge July 18, 2011 at 10:03 AM  

I totally agrees with you two.

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