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MLTR



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PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2006 1:40 am    Post subject: How to play stock market? Reply with quote

Anyone here have experience invest in stock market or bursa saham?

1) How many RM needs to buy a stock at least minimum?
2) How to buy and sell procedures?
3) Is it same concept as unit trust, I mean once we buy it can we hold for long term or during prices dropped? just to avoid losses...
4) Why the broker will ask us to top-up money if our share dropped (loss) eventhough it just on paper and we havent take out the money?

Pls share your advices and thanks for it.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 02, 2009 6:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Stock Market is seen as a profitable tool to grow your investments exponentially. This financial segment seems to be a complicated and mysterious world to understand for an average person.
With all the available information in the internet, you may start researching the basic fundamentals of how to play the stock market. This will help you also to be equipped with the necessary skills which will be your means on how to play the stock market.
The most common rule in playing the stock market is buy low and sell high. This means that you should consider buying stocks at a lower rate from a potential company with a good forecast of a better future performance. As soon as this company does well financially, the value of their stocks will grow higher also.
Investing in the stock market must be taken with extra attention to details and information of the companies you opt to buy stocks. This will determine whether you are off to a successful or failed financial investment. How to play the stock market is not like roulette, there is a definitive process to almost guaranteeing you make money. It is not about chance, it is about making well research, well calculated investments.
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Xanthia Alysha



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PostPosted: Wed Jan 20, 2010 7:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Pick up a few books and read up on stocks. Go for low risk, low yield stocks first since you are new at this. Read as much as you can and watch youtube videos and documentaries. If you find the topic interesting then open a brokerage account somewhere and start buying stocks. Don't open a forex account, I know lots of ads are out there promoting forex but trust me stocks are much better and safer to start out with.
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DeonLee



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PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2010 5:22 pm    Post subject: Penny Stocks Reply with quote

I think google search is the suitable technique of this type question. Search some stock information related site and collect useful information. To know more about is you can visit the site mentioned below. Best penny stocks

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 23, 2010 5:41 pm    Post subject: Penny Stocks Trading Reply with quote

Your posts, are awesome.... Generally penny stock refers to common stocks costing $5 or under that per share and which are traded over OTC Bulletin Board or pink sheets.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 09, 2010 7:55 pm    Post subject: hi Reply with quote

penny stocks are great to invest in these days
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 02, 2010 6:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Understand the company you want to invest in. Don’t invest in a company that is on the brink of insolvency. Investigate widely and be acquainted with about the company that the shares represent. Only after you have consistent information you must invest on the penny stocks.
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 02, 2010 11:11 pm    Post subject: Re: How to play stock market? Reply with quote

MLTR wrote:
Anyone here have experience invest in stock market or bursa saham?

1) How many RM needs to buy a stock at least minimum?

Minimum qty to buy is 100 shares. Be aware of transaction cost. There are three components:
I. Brokerage Fee:
a) Internet trade: check with the brokers. Could be as low as 0.1%
b) Non-Internet trade:
i) 0.42% if Contract Value is equal to or below RM100,000 subject to minimum fee
ii) 0.21% if Contract Value is above RM100,000 subject to minimum fee
iii) Minimum fee varies according to brokers.
II. Clearing Fee: 0.03% of Contract Value subject to a maximum fee of RM1,000.
III. Stamp Duty: RM1 for every RM1,000 subject to a maximum fee of RM200.
If you buy, you have to pay Qty X unit price + I + II + III.
If you sell, you get Qty X unit price - I - II - III

MLTR wrote:
2) How to buy and sell procedures?

Check with the broker and they will help you to create CDS account. They will also provide you online trading software. E.g. HLB

.://..hlb.com.my/eb/ebroking/ebroking.jsp?flag=ebroking

MLTR wrote:
3) Is it same concept as unit trust, I mean once we buy it can we hold for long term or during prices dropped? just to avoid losses....

Yes, if you pay to amount mention above to pick up the shares.

MLTR wrote:
4) Why the broker will ask us to top-up money if our share dropped (loss) eventhough it just on paper and we havent take out the money?

Pls share your advices and thanks for it.

This is misleading. If you have cash, once you pick up the shares, you don't need to top up a single sen when the price drops. Unless you don't pick up, after the T+3, the remiser will sell your share and recover the losses from you. The broker get their commissions for both buying and selling.

The so-called top up usually refer to those invest with margin account. The technical terms is margin call. Anyway, as a freshie, better not to take up margin.

Lastly, don't take penny stock when you are new. Penny stock usually associated to trap. Many casualty for the "unpolished gems". I never touch penny stocks at all.
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MalcomWagon



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PostPosted: Mon Jan 17, 2011 7:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Everybody is aware that penny stocks are great for earning. These are the stocks that trade below 5 dollar. Usually new and upcoming companies take part and list their name in stock exchanges for the growth of their company.
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DeonLee



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PostPosted: Fri Jul 08, 2011 8:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Penny Stocks aren't always valued at a penny per share. There are some that may be as high as a dollar.
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lindalau321



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PostPosted: Wed Aug 31, 2011 11:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What it mean by penny stocks?
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Jeminyrider



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PostPosted: Mon Sep 12, 2011 3:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have more years experience in stock market. You can get more help from a good adviser.
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 28, 2013 3:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

1) Sign up for a class. Many investment companies offer free seminars on investing. Or find friends who can help you understand the language.

2) Read a few books. Start with the Wall Street Journal guide to Understanding Money and Investing - this is a nice short entry level guide to investments. Then maybe tackle a bigger book, there are tons of books out there but not all are equal - a couple examples of good books- A Random Walk Down Wall Street, One Up on Wall Street

3) Be patient!! don't expect to fine a "hot" stock every day or even every month.

4) There's an old saying "invest in what you know." This means if you're an engineer, you'll tend to have a better understanding of engineering or construction companies. Consequently you should be better equipped to make sound investments in that industry than the average person.

5) Take it slow. This is a learning process. If you jump in too quickly you WILL get burned.

6) Beware of following the crowd, and don't panic. Sell when everyone else wants to buy, and buy when everyone else sells. They saying goes "the stock exchange is the only place where people run for the exit when there's a sale" (when stocks drop, people panic and sell - this is the time to rationally assess the situation and make some purchases)

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