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Real Estate Property Investment Series: Focus Malaysia 2007

The consensus of property professional opinion relating to Malaysia seems to have been epitomised by CapitaLand’s commitment to the property market when it joined forces with Malaysia’s leading lender Maybank at the end of 2006 and structured one of the largest closed end private equity funds. The fund is investing in commercial and residential property in Malaysia from 2007 and is committed to the market for the medium term at least. CapitaLand is one of the largest real estate companies in Asia and their overriding opinion of property in Malaysia as an investment commodity is positive. In the words of one of the company’s leading executives, Malaysia’s real estate industry has “tremendous growth potential.” There is only one potential issue overshadowi...[Read More]

Seecrets on Investment: Tired of Making Huge Losses in the Stock Market – Part 2

Fundamental analysis. Fundamentals analysis says the best way to predict the future trends of a stock is to understand the financial figures of the underlying company. The fundamental analyst would calculate a theoretical value of the company using cash flow analysis, recent dividends and earnings, future dividends and earnings projections plus a host of other economic numbers. If the current stock price is lower than the calculated value, a trader who uses fundamental analysis would buy this stock. This writer has the opinion that fundamental analysis is difficult to master for it to be useful as a forecasting tool. Understanding and analyzing balance sheets and profit and loss accounts is not enough. You will need to analyze the micro and macroeconomic picture as well. Often you will nee...[Read More]

Real Estate Property Investment Series: Focus Malaysia 2007

The consensus of property professional opinion relating to Malaysia seems to have been epitomised by CapitaLand’s commitment to the property market when it joined forces with Malaysia’s leading lender Maybank at the end of 2006 and structured one of the largest closed end private equity funds. The fund is investing in commercial and residential property in Malaysia from 2007 and is committed to the market for the medium term at least. CapitaLand is one of the largest real estate companies in Asia and their overriding opinion of property in Malaysia as an investment commodity is positive. In the words of one of the company’s leading executives, Malaysia’s real estate industry has “tremendous growth potential.” There is only one potential issue overshadowi...[Read More]