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Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Tuesday morning ... I am wearing green, accidentally. I do know it will be red today as DOW down 140 points last night.

KLCI down 10 points ... it was up yesterday, lured me into market and today, we feel trap again? Hmm ... the up and down will be more violent. Very volatile these days. For those who cant take it, it is time to step aside.

YTLLand : As I am positive towards market, positive towards property-sectors and positive towards YTL (and babies), I do look into accumulating YTLLand. Then, I m surprised that they do have YTLLand-ca attached to her. Unfortunately, it has been down and down since listed recently.

YTLLand-ca : Ratio 4 :1, expiry next March. Exercise price at 1.78, Currently traded at 10cents. So, that is 40 cents. YTLLand at 1.80 level. That is quite a high premium to pay, no wonder keep dropping la.

10.45 am : Time for lunch before 11am, otherwise no time for lunch!!

Counter : 100,000 reached. Noted.

KaramBunai - the best goreng-stock

In Sabah, a consortium comprising Prism Crystal Enterprises Ltd, Tan Sri Dr Chen Lip Keong and group of companies together with landowners, Karambunai Corp Bhd and Petaling Tin Bhd, will develop the Karambunai Integrated Resort City (KIRC) with an investment of RM 9.6 billion.

Contributing a GNI of about RM9.319 billion by 2020 and creating about 11,002 jobs by then, this premier world-class ecotourism destination will leverage on Malaysia’s competitive advantages in ecotourism and biodiversity, and feature tourism, health and eco-nature edutainment recreation facilities, he said.

This will also include a water theme park, water spectacles and fountain, cable car, mangrove research centre, harbour cruise, aqua and spa village amongst others.

Led by the Federal Agriculture Marketing Authority (FAMA), the "Pasar Komuniti" initiative (PAKAR) is a concerted effort to co-ordinate and amalgamate them in location with better facilities.

"With an investment of RM50 million, PAKAR will not only benefit the entrepreneurs but also the consumers, who will experience convenience and comfortable shopping within a solid and fixed structure," Najib said.


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