CIMB Navigating Asia Pacific

Asia Pacific is so vital in China’s plan of One Belt One Road (OBOR) policy. Most of the major corporations in China had already kickstarted the OBOR craze positioning themselves for this wave to sweep them to new locations.

Chinese government is still under communist style economy which is a good thing when they initiated the OBOR policy. It will be done no matter what, simple as that!

Take a look the the latest Navigating Asia Pacific report by CIMB which encompasses how to strategize anticipating this policy.

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How did we Analyze the Karex Trade?

You might be asking yourself like what the hell is this OM Capital giving free technical tips to everyone in the market. Some might thought we recommend a stock and as soon as people started buying in, we sell it to the idiots who are buying it due to our recommendation.

Seriously if you lose money in this market, you gotta blame yourself for your lack of knowledge and understanding in this market.

We would like to advise all of you that if you want to be playing in this market, please do your homework and be more hardworking. Money that’s freely available in the market isn’t going to make its way into your pocket easily. If luck is on your side, then we are speechless to that.


So… How did we Analyze the Karex Trade?

Now it was just last week when we posted this on Facebook recommending Karex as a good but Super High Risk trade. For obvious reason this is a really the true situation of catching a falling knife.

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Fairly simple a double bottom was formed and if you are catching a falling knife, you shouldn’t catch it blindly. Look for a proper support and punch in your entry.

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Always remember this in trading, if you buy a stock and turns out it is a wrong entry, you need to cut. So to sum it up, buy low also must cut, buy high also must cut, might as well try my best to buy low. Rather than buying when the stock is on the way up, buy it when people are dumping mad. That is the first rule of sharp dumping stock!

In this case, we could either be buying at previous trough of at RM1.38 or the wicked touch two days ago at RM1.37. This is where we believe that the element of luck comes in. Sometime it works and sometime your plan fails. Do not chase if your plan fails.

Obviously a few days later the stock raise in price and again we posted another Take Profit note on our Facebook Page.

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The thing that made us believe that it is time to take profit is when the volume transacted was quite thin when the stock was rising. We believe that when volume isn’t present, it’s merely price action giving you a higher quotation rather than real demand coming in.

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What we realize is that the market was strong that day and it might just test the RM1.60 limit. We were prepared to sell since the gains were quick in merely 5 trading days or so. Remember that this is a falling knife stock, never hold too long until you are certain that there is a trend change.

Obviously it occurred to us that this was a bounce rather than a trend change.


To sum it up!

  1. Determine a point to buy and never readjust your buying point if it references previous support.
  2. Determine a suitable cut point, let it be loss tolerance or previous support breaks. Never readjust your cut loss limit as well!
  3. If the stock needs a lot of attention like this one, observe it every 3 to 4 or hours or so.
  4. Observe what buyers and sellers are trying to do
  5. Determine point of exit, let it be earning enough for one trade, stock going to fall again, just because you don’t feel like holding it anymore. Never avoid selling due to small profit. Small profit or not profit can become huge loss.

We hope by posting this we could help our followers gain some insight. The reason behind free investment recommendation and advice is because we are collecting awareness towards the development of our entity.

Thank You

CIMB on Malaysian Healthcare Sector

We agree with the recommendation for IHH but we still felt that this is the stock that isn’t worth buying when the price is consolidating. We prefer to buy IHH on dips during weak market times somewhat like today.

Valuation remains high for hospital operators but it is still a good business to invest in with REIT like exposure coupled with strong growth in the long term.

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CIMB Downgrades Malaysian Banks

The argument for the downgrade refers to the implementation of Malaysian Financial Reporting Standards (MFRS) 9. Somewhat similar to CET1 ratio, the provision methodology would change under MFRS 9.

It was estimated that under MFRS 9, it would negatively impact the net profit of banks in the future.

See the full report below including sensitivity analysis of respective banks.

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You Still Have a Job Because Ringgit Devalued

What if I tell you that the reason you are still working and the availability of jobs is still strong is the reward for depreciated currency?

What if I tell you that low ringgit value no longer has the effect of 1MDB in it?

What if I tell you that the GST is good and the only way to save this economy?

Well, these few statements might have spurred the anger of anti-government parties and opposition supporters. For starters, I would like to clarify that I do not vote because I believe in what taught in economic books where politicians are a waste of a country’s resources. In laymen’s term, I hate politics.

Depreciated Currency Equals Jobs?

Many people in the country complains about the weak ringgit and how it’s affecting travel plans. All of a sudden, a pre-booked trip overseas raises in price due to currency depreciation. Often, people forgot that the depreciated currency actually protected jobs in the country itself. This is a common problem because jobs had always been there since the recovery from 2008’s financial crisis. The sudden drop in currency value is still fresh in people’s mind.

Malaysia still relies heavily on foreign direct investment (FDI) with the likes of electronics being the top export and top destination to seek OEM manufacturers like Dyson seeking the two plastic molding companies in Johor. Penang for example is heavily involved with plenty of local OEMs and multinationals such as Intel undergoes manufacturing in this region.

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If ringgit did not devalue, it would mean that the cost of production rises for our country and the likelihood of foreign investors going to new frontier markets like Vietnam or India. So FDIs and high demand for OEM products is the reason why we still have a job at the current moment. The reason they are still here is because all of us are still cheap labor.

The weaker currency spreads across most commodities export sectors like oil, palm, plastics and rubber. Oil and gas sector in Malaysia sells at SGD per barrel but the cost denominates in MYR. The lower price of crude per barrel would have ruined the feasibility of oil production but the lower cost of production still has rigs operating albeit harder than it used to be.

Jobs are important to the economy because it ensures continuous spending by participants of the economy. The middle income is the biggest contributor to the GDP other than the government as well as the biggest percentage that earns their income in the form of monthly wages. Continuously feeding positive sentiment to this group would ensure that the economy works like a well-oiled machine.

Losing Jobs?

If you sell Nasi Lemak and mostly do local businesses, people losing jobs might affect you directly as well. Lowering of monthly income causes the general public to refrain from eating out taking the alternative of self-preparation.

This is why when people starts to lose jobs, its catastrophic. Sectors such as consumer, retail, travel, real estate and banking would feel the wave of deteriorating income when sentiment goes bad. Jobs remains the key catalyst in preserving the current strength of the economy.

1MDB No Effect on Ringgit?

Indeed it was a big scare earlier but bad news fades with time. The ringgit isn’t going to strengthen back to previous levels.

Reason 1: Chinese depreciated their RMB artificially to improve on exports. All export nations round the world would see their currency devalue automatically just to be competitive against China once again.

Reason 2: The currency traders had valued ringgit lower because it is hard for Bank Negara to raise the interest rates. Trader are banking on the inability for Bank Negara to raise rates since the government debt continues to climb. You wouldn’t want to raise the risk-free rate when you are trying to leverage on debt financing.

The macroeconomic environment had changed in respond to China and the need for more debt to finance and keep the infrastructure spending intact. Pretty clear that construction jobs are needed to spur the economy, the MRTs built are creating jobs for people directly and indirectly.

GST Saves Economy?

I might sound like someone promoting GST in the government department. But having an independent economic view, we are technically stuck between a rock and a hard place prior to the GST implementation. Yes, we can all agree that the government placed us in this bad situation in the first place but nevertheless that’s the way when one management passes the baton to another.

Management at the top would only strive to achieve what’s easiest or most visible to the people during their term. Longevity of a policy and the potential backfire from bad policies are not taken into account in the likelihood that might cause bigger issues in the future. In fact, it is someone else’s problem so its fine.

Things like that doesn’t only happen in Malaysia. We have yet to see the effect of excessive money printing in the process of QE by the US Federal Reserve. It just so convenient that it was the fastest feasible policy at that time and governments takes the easy way out. The problem that it creates close to 10 years later isn’t the problem of the initiator and this is why economic cycle are present in the world.

To sum it all up, the reason for writing this article is to urge the general public not to be so negative to our country’s current problem. People never focus on the good but the bad gets highlighted over and over again. I think we should be more positive and it is healthy to stay that way rather than focusing on the negative. Just remember that in economic cycles, bad times are short while booms are long!