Wednesday, March 03, 2010

6 March Biz/Finance Talk


UPDATE: WE HAVE ONLY 26 TICKETS LEFT AS OF THIS MORNING.

Author of Malaysia Finance Blog


What a ‘fine time’ to do a talk, with the markets tanking just before it greets the Year of The Tiger. Absolutely one talk session only this time. I have invited two notable chartists to join me Bill Wermine & Martin Wong). They will be presenting their technical views on the markets. I will then be questioning them on the viability, reliability and usefulness of technicals in trading the markets.


2010 is looking to be an uncertain year for investors – can we take advantage of the markets’ volatility? How to survive the volatility, or even benefit from it! Some of the issues I will be addressing include:


- what can cause volatility in 2010 markets

- will the markets retests the March 2009 lows

- potential Black Swans

- the secret on how to profit smartly from bonus, rights and warrants issues

- how to spot gems from small caps

- call warrants, friend or foe

- the evolving banking landscape in Malaysia


I will also be speaking on issues which concerns attendees. Hence, all ticket buyers are encouraged to email their preferred topics to be addressed during the talk. (email: malaysiafinance@gmail.com)


Act early as we only have one session this time. See you again soon.


RM180pp


RM150pp (for group bookings of 4 or more)


6 MARCH 2010 (SATURDAY)
TIME: 9.30AM- 12.30PM

Sime Darby Convention Center, Bukit Kiara

(complimentary parking)


AXCESS Ticketing
Hotline (credit cards): 03-7711 5000
Mondays-Fridays 9am-6pm / Saturdays 9am-1pm


Enquiries: 012-2369192


You may also purchase your tickets at the following Axcess outlet:


- Axcess Office, Jalan Semangat, PJ

- 1-Utama, Lot B16, Basement Floor

- Parkson, Sunway Pyramid, Ground Floor

- Rock Corner, Mid Valley, 3rd Floor

- Rock Corner, The Curve, Ground Floor

- Rock Corner, KLCC, Level 3

- Tower Records, Lot 10, 2nd Floor

- Alamanda Shopping Centre, Putrajaya, Mezzanine Floor

- Stadium Putra, Bukit Jalil

- UC Travel, University Malaya


2 comments:

k said...

just one question - are you sure Robert Kuok is still the major shareholder in Transmile?

Salvatore_Dali said...

u will see the family holding only 17%, its a strategy, u do not want yr balls to be held by creditors if u hold like 40% of the shares... if u show a lot less, u have less to lose in debt negotiations... if I can think like that, I am sure they r smarter than me n should be holding shares incognito ... there is still a Kuok on the board