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    Quote Originally Posted by amk View Post
    this STI is really... dun know what to say....
    Look at today what happen at the last minute for these 3 index shares : OLAM, SPH, Jardine C&C
    STI market is too small

    He who control these also control MSCI movements

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simi View Post
    I like Goog

    but too poor to play it

    Now down 2.78 at 563.17
    Why I like Goog

    3 consecutive down days is so negligible

    Also take note on light green trend line (history)

    then compare it to the present trend line in white

    The chart Speaks for itself ?

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    Nuan and MGM get rejected at the resistance
    Last edited by Simi; 31st May 2014 at 01:22 AM.

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    Yzx can buy.....
    In the final analysis.....its NOT whether you have a diploma,degree,masters OR PHD....its whether you have a HDB/PC/EC or LANDED...

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    tigerair setting record with as much as 21% jump in a day?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Komo View Post
    tigerair setting record with as much as 21% jump in a day?
    Closed with a 17.8% gain

    Rumour of privatisation

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    Quote Originally Posted by radha08 View Post
    Yzx can buy.....
    you mean YZJ ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simi View Post
    you mean YZJ ?
    pui yzj

    Ong lai ah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simi View Post
    Closed with a 17.8% gain

    Rumour of privatisation
    what took them so long to do it? if tigerair is a strategic investment should not have listed in the first place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Komo View Post
    what took them so long to do it? if tigerair is a strategic investment should not have listed in the first place.
    asking myself too
    what is the advantages and gains if taken private


    but in momentum trading
    Its always about asking question later
    Its all about where the actions are

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    The Singapore Exchange has been kept busy for several weeks now, querying companies whose shares have spiked suddenly on large volumes. Low cost carrier Tiger Airways Holdings is the latest to join the club. At 3.22pm today, it was queried about its trading activity. As of 5.30pm, it had yet to respond.

    Shares of Tigerair surged to as high as 54.5 cents at 3.14pm, a 21.1% increase from their close on May 29 at 45 cents. They ended today at 53 cents. Trading volume was unusually heavy, at close to 30 million shares – the highest volume in two years and 12.9 times the average traded over the past 30 days.

    Will Tigerair join the lengthening list of companies involved in M&A activity? Speculation is that the company could have found a buyer for its 32.5% stake in Tigerair Mandala, which operates out of Jakarta. “If Tigerair sells its 32.5% stake in Mandala, our loss forecast may be reduced,” says CIMB Research in a report earlier this month. The brokerage expects Tigerair to report losses of $59.4 million for FY2015 ended March. “But Singapore and Australia are forecast to remain in the red for another two years.”

    Citilink, a subsidiary of Garuda Indonesia, had initially been rumoured to be interested in an acquisition. However, the company later denied these rumours. Other players said to have indicated interest are AirAsia and its Indonesian arm.

    Another theory is that Tigerair could end up being bailed out by a shareholder or bought out by a third party. The company badly needs help. On May 2, Tigerair had reported losses for FY2014 of $223 million. In FY2013, its losses had amounted to $45.4 million. At the same time, it gave notice that it has recorded pre-tax losses for the three most recently completed consecutive financial years. Companies are placed on a watch-list if they report pre-tax losses for three consecutive financial years and have an average daily market capitalisation of less than $40 million over 120 market days. Tigerair is in no danger as its market cap is in excess of $400 million. However, it is struggling to turn a profit in the low cost market, which is facing issues of overcapacity.

    An outright acquisition of Tiger would be unusual at current prices. Even before the stock ran up, it was trading above its net asset value of 28 cents per share. It also has net gearing of 68%. There has been some speculation that Singapore Airlines, which owns 40% of the company, could raise its stake. On May 12, Tigerair appointed a new CEO, Lee Lik Hsin, who has spent his entire career at SIA.

    Indeed, it is in SIA’s interest to fix Tigerair quickly. Although SIA’s own operations are performing, with operating earnings up 37% to $256 million in FY2014 ended March, its other units are not doing as well. Operating earnings at SilkAir fell 63% to $35 million. SIA Cargo suffered a loss of $100 million. And Tigerair contributed an associate loss of $118 million.

    Even if there is a willing buyer for Tigerair however, the company’s troubles will require a great deal more than injection of funds to solve. The promising story of an endless supply of middle-class Asians clamouring to travel the world has been overshadowed by overwhelming supply. A HSBC transport report this month says that long-haul routes are performing better than intra-Asian and domestic routes. But it is the latter that low cost carriers such as Tigerair specialise in. Meanwhile, political instability and deterioration in international relations among countries in the region is likely to continue affecting travel patterns.


    by Joan Ng


    as usual there will be a STANDARD REPLY to SGX queries

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    Quote Originally Posted by onglai View Post
    pui yzj

    Ong lai 哥

    got "press release" your anger or not ?

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    Cosco is even worse than yzj. Haha.

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    Hi bro

    What to buy tomorrow?

    Cbsh, is it too late to enter OUE now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Werther View Post
    Hi bro

    What to buy tomorrow?

    Cbsh, is it too late to enter OUE now?
    Regards to OUE

    can watch for a few days if bulls are able to push it up above last high

    Present candlestick formation not very ideal
    Its a

    BEARISH ENGULFING PATTERN


    compare this chart (highlighted in yellow rectangle box)with OUE last 2 days candle

    http://www.istockanalyst.com/help/Bearish_Engulfing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Werther View Post
    Hi bro

    What to buy tomorrow?

    Cbsh, is it too late to enter OUE now?
    Sorry, I really cant advise you on stock recommendation. But I can only tell u my investment strategy using CPF $$$.

    Safety is my 1st priority. I only buy very undervalue stock and only when there is fear in the market or individual stock. It need a lot of patience.

    So when OUE dropped to $2.25. I just buy using my CPF $$$. NAV $4.03. My very 1st trade using CPF in 2014.

    Maybe you can find out from sharejunction forum regarding about the OUE stock. FYI, I dont make "buy" decision base on what I read from this forum. I only trust FEAR.

    http://www.sharejunction.com/shareju...%20long%20term


    Most of my cash is used to buy corporate bond & leverage a lot. I use debt to generate income but there is a risk. So need to manage actively. So far doing fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simi View Post
    you mean YZJ ?
    yes sorry support at 99c is what my broker told me...
    In the final analysis.....its NOT whether you have a diploma,degree,masters OR PHD....its whether you have a HDB/PC/EC or LANDED...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simi View Post
    asking myself too
    what is the advantages and gains if taken private


    but in momentum trading
    Its always about asking question later
    Its all about where the actions are
    when price is so low will become very attractive if any competitor is interested in a hostile takeover. furthermore sia does not have full control in terms of share. the way I see it also why there is urgency to place their own man in the management. I will not be surprised if the next step is to increase stake to deter hostile interest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by radha08 View Post
    yes sorry support at 99c is what my broker told me...
    Hi radha08

    Thanks for the sharing

    Last week some rumours on company being Investigated thus the fall
    Unfortunately market do not like uncertainties

    Your broker might be right in the sense that there exist a Technical Gap at 0.99c and according to technical theory, all gaps need to be closed

    So bearing in mind the adverse rumour, buying at 0.99 gap is quite high risk and of course can be handsomely rewarded if rumour can be quashed and turn out be not true

    can only add on to say

    Expect the Unexpected
    Good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Komo View Post
    when price is so low will become very attractive if any competitor is interested in a hostile takeover. furthermore sia does not have full control in terms of share. the way I see it also why there is urgency to place their own man in the management. I will not be surprised if the next step is to increase stake to deter hostile interest.
    Hi Komo
    by now you should know I rely heavily on chart reading

    there seems to be some "irregularities" in the chart pattern 2 to 3 weeks back


    I believed in this phrase

    No smoke without fire

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