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  1. #196
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    'China Soars Most Since 2009 After Government Threatens Short Sellers With Arrest, Global Stocks Surge'

    "until last night's first official threat to "malicious" (short) sellers that they face charges (i.e., arrest)" .......[probably the cyberattacks helped too]

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    Wooo Hooo....all's well or temporary truce?

    '20 companies, including Apple, poised to post the biggest profit gains'

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    Happy Days Again?.....Stressful ain't it? Well, it'll be 'Karma'.... 'Chameleon'



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    update....

    Stocks Are Giving Up....."Well that didn't last long".............>Read Here<
    Last edited by kuma; 09-07-2015 at 10:52 PM.

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    Haha! Boy George.... first cross-dresser on Grammy stage.... then Annie Lennox (Eurthymics)... thanks Kuma...

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    The facts of life for our youth today! .......

    #SayaZahra

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    "The reality of the working world is not as beautiful as people expect it to be, on the contrary, it is torturous."....."I am ashamed to face my parents. I should be taking care of them, not the other way around"....."I know I'm not alone. Many of my friends are suffering. We don't see a way out."



    "Honestly, we Malay youth don't care about political or racial issues, because what matters to us is the issue of survival," said Zahra."


    >>Survival, not politics or race, our concern, law grad tells DPM : Read More @TMI<<


    Most of us here are not exactly in our youth .......most likely worked or done their 'own thing' for decades now, much of it during the days when things were pretty cool ...........We may still earn pretty well and then there's always 'the nest',..... so may not feel the pain as much, but the youth are crying and the sad part is.......All pointers are towards it getting worse for them

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    Don't know what is there to shout about! Belum pandai kerja sudah rasa terseksa! Just like another friend, just three years into business already want to give up because haven't become rich n famous! The real problem with these people is they are shield from the real world by the government's protective policy. No wonder many joint the corrupt party probably thinking that's the right way to rich and famous!

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    Year to date, government already spent RM20B on RM intervention!!!
    Yesterday, did a TT at 3.821, probably the best rate in town for a small amount!

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    Nowadays youngsters are pamper lot.If you are not able to take hard knocks in the early stage of worklife,how to survive.Join work force must buy car,smart phone,data plan,coffee joint etc..Like me,when i join the workforce in the 80's my gaji was RM200.RM50 goes to motorbike installment,RM50 goes to renting a room...RM100 for 30 days and 3 meals a day...

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    Hmm, interesing...

    You see, I was given all sort of privileges from the time I was born until the time I meet my creator... but I still cannot survive, how ??

    There are many many privileges I got whereas others could not get and prohibited to entitle. Let just show three examples, ok. I don’t want to be too long story.

    - I can get scholarship to study anywhere I like (never mind others have much better result than me...)

    - I can study in a special "university" that others are not allowed to get in (never mind my uni result as long as I attend the classess and if I fail the exam, there are always second chance and third chance )

    I can buy house with special discount you know (never mind the house costing millions)

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    But I cannot survive, how are ??

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    Exactly, they don't know how much effort and time other puts in to be where they are, how much and how long people have been saving before start enjoying their rewards. A friend of mine, after working more than 2 decades, accumulated millions, only bought a continental car recently to reward himself.

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    On Greece, its debts....where the bailout money actually went and what it should do now....

    Nigel Farage: "There's A New Berlin Wall... And It's Called The Euro"

    "Standing before the European Parliament yesterday, it took Nigel Farage just four minutes to completely destroy every argument supporting the Eurozone."

    Quote:"right from the start, the system was never intended to help the Greek people......Greece entering the euro was great for Goldman Sachs. But terrible for Greeks. It chained the country to a system in which it didnít belong.....And what about all the bailout money thatís been thrown at Greece in the time since?....None of it actually went to the Greek people. It went to bail out the French, German, and Italian banks who own Greek debt."

    For whatever opinions you already have on Greece, this video is a must listen.....


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    None of it actually went to the Greek people. It went to bail out the French, German, and Italian banks who own Greek debts.
    Isn't this helping yourself by helping others?
    " In the land of the blind the one-eyed-jack is king."

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    If these youngsters from the privileged race have never been in cold cold London on a winter's day few days before the end of the month waiting for 50 pounds from back home.... and then having to walk 3km to a blardy rude Chinese Hongkie restaurant Wong Kee to eat Flied Lice at 1 pound... why talk about tough life or why talk about survival? I come from a poor family and I have been through days without one single proper meal... and here we get lectured from a newbie on stage about how tough it is for them....

    Just set aside RM50 billion then and share - call it Life Line for Bumiputra Professionals or whatever... we know where such speeches will lead to... another free lunch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry T View Post
    You see, when hawkers, shoe-shine boys and yes, hairdressers start giving you tips it means it is the time to bail out.

    That's what Joseph Kennedy (father of the late President John F Kennedy) did during his time. He escaped the stockmarket bloodbath and later become very rich.
    Gone are those days .....when thing 'were as they were supposed to be' ....nowadays, its the new norm!

    "All those Chinese hairdressers can go back to giving stock advice. That market is fixed."

    'Tsipras Sells Out Referendum 'No' Vote'



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    Those days after lectures, we run to the tube station to go to malaysia hall where we had lunch for 60p. It was a hot meal with a fruit and thats all we could afford on a daily basis. Going to wong kee was a luxury for us. I know of friends who come back to malaysia, work as accountants husband and wife but still on chap fan every day. Two packets for a family of four and thats on a long term basis. Going to the tai chow was probably once in a month affair. They got both their sons through to university on fama scholarship (father and mAther ) on retirement bought themselves a camry. They were not high fliers nor overly ambitious so they didnt move up very high but had a steady job and thats how the so called 'rich' chinese live.

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    Haha Ming... if it's one meal only per day in winter for me, it must be Wong Kee due to the size of the serving.... the flied lice was really a lot... then on the way
    way back I will stop by the corner bakery and check if they have unsold French loaf or baguette and I will buy them....

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