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  1. #71
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    Sea of red this morning, but suddenly STI recover to turn green...

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    Let's see what happen closer to 4pm.

  3. #73
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    Quote Originally Posted by DC33_2008
    Let's see what happen closer to 4pm.
    ya, think shortists tis morn covering position b4 Euro open..

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    Article on MF Gobal (Nothing is safe these days):

    The Straits Times reported that about 30 investors clamoured to withdraw funds and close accounts at the brokerage's office on the 17th story at One George Street yesterday, as they feared for the safety of their money.
    According to the report, a female employee asked investors to queue up and fill out withdrawal request forms shortly after 9.15am.

    At around 10am, investors were no longer allowed to enter the office. They were met in the lobby instead where a male Caucasian employee, who declined to identify himself, told investors: "There is no trading taking place on any product. All trading platforms are inoperable at the moment. All incoming and outgoing funds are suspended.
    "Your funds are segregated under MAS regulations and SGX regulations in Singapore. They are not the property of MF Global, they are your funds, they are held in Singapore."
    One of the investors, Madam Kelly Tan, 48, told The Straits Times: "I couldn't sleep the whole night, can't eat the whole day. I called them but nobody picked up the phone. It was very scary for me.
    "Now my worry is not just that I can't take back my money - I've also incurred debt."

    Despite the fact that MF Global's trading platform has been down since Monday afternoon, her account has not been suspended. She said that yesterday alone, she had already incurred up to $40,000 debt from her open positions. She had invested more than $100,000 of her life savings in contracts for difference (CFDs) with MF Global.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DC33_2008
    Article on MF Gobal (Nothing is safe these days):

    The Straits Times reported that about 30 investors clamoured to withdraw funds and close accounts at the brokerage's office on the 17th story at One George Street yesterday, as they feared for the safety of their money.
    According to the report, a female employee asked investors to queue up and fill out withdrawal request forms shortly after 9.15am.

    At around 10am, investors were no longer allowed to enter the office. They were met in the lobby instead where a male Caucasian employee, who declined to identify himself, told investors: "There is no trading taking place on any product. All trading platforms are inoperable at the moment. All incoming and outgoing funds are suspended.
    "Your funds are segregated under MAS regulations and SGX regulations in Singapore. They are not the property of MF Global, they are your funds, they are held in Singapore."
    One of the investors, Madam Kelly Tan, 48, told The Straits Times: "I couldn't sleep the whole night, can't eat the whole day. I called them but nobody picked up the phone. It was very scary for me.
    "Now my worry is not just that I can't take back my money - I've also incurred debt."

    Despite the fact that MF Global's trading platform has been down since Monday afternoon, her account has not been suspended. She said that yesterday alone, she had already incurred up to $40,000 debt from her open positions. She had invested more than $100,000 of her life savings in contracts for difference (CFDs) with MF Global.
    100k life saying on CFD and her position now got 40k debt ?! , MAS should ban CFD IMO .... it is funny some don't even know about futures market but trade CFD ... CPF giving extra 1% on first 60k in CPF was a very good move
    Ride at your own risk !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilplate
    PM him lor

    he must be too busy earning big bucks
    I think you all might be confused with the Kane in skyscraper forum. That one isn't me ah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kane
    I think you all might be confused with the Kane in skyscraper forum. That one isn't me ah.
    u r the one confused?

    We r toking abt mr duku who lives in one of the landed in joo chiat

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    Yes I am! I was reading Kane and I didn't see the duku. Heh.

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    Repeated post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phantom_opera
    May buy today
    Did u pick up any durians today?

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