Monday 22 June 2020

AppAsia Warrants. Mintak Lagi!

Was a hit for Zizi Kirana & AVDR last year.

AppAsia mother shares did very well yesterday. Talk is the next flight will be the warrants. The warrants closed at 21.5 sen. 
Chart wise, if it breaks the 30 sen a warrant point, then its heaven to seven for the warrants.

Let's SEE what the Malay rap queen has got to say :

Jangan tanya SAHAM mana
Buat apa perlu
Aku buat bila perlu
Lama makan garam
Aku buat mana perlu
Mintak lagi mintak lagi mintak lagi
Sebab benda sedap dia mintak lagi
Lepas kena satu kali mintak lagi
Kalau kau pun, mesti mintak LAGI!

Sunday 21 June 2020

AppAsia Bhd. Boleh Jalan

Was a hit for Zizi Kirana some three years back. Boleh Jalan is a very catchy tune. 

Volume in AppAsia Bhd has soared to well over 2 million from its average of 12K. On Friday,  the stock rose too.

Talk in town is, Appasia Boleh Jalan

Mata keranjang tolong please
Miang bemban tolong please
Dato gatal tolong please
Boleh jalan

Tuesday 16 June 2020

Tengku Zafrul. This Summer Gonna Hurt Like A Mother Fucker

Was a smash hit for the super group Maroon 5 way back in 2014.

The lyrics to this song goes something like this :

This summer's gonna hurt like a motherfucker
This summer's gonna hurt like a motherfucker
This summer's gonna hurt like a motherfucker
This summer's gonna hurt like a motherfucker

Perhaps, that's what Daim Zainuddin was trying POLITELY to tell Tengku Zafrul on what he thinks of the finance minister's assertion that the economy climate will be rosy in 2021.

Is Daim Zainuddin past his prime,  or is Zafrul delusional in his assertions?. Well the answer to that question, Malaysia will soon know.

What i find very troubling  is that according to an expert from Institut Penyelidikan Ekonomi Malaysia (MIER), some 1.7 million Malaysians will be jobless. This will bring the jobless rate by year end to a staggering 11 PER CENT.

Sunday 14 June 2020

Liar's Bar

was a minor hit for UK's Beautiful South in 1996. The single was taken from the hit album blue is the colour .

After reading Mustapha Mohamed STATEMENT  that Malaysia's economy recovery is unaffected by Covid 19 developments, i am also feeling a bit BLUE.

Interestingly, Mustapha's robust view of the economy comes just days after finance minister Zafrul said that Malaysia is weathering its worst recession in HISTORY.

Stores are closing left, right and centre, a record number of people have lost their jobs or are on reduced salary.

Against this backdrop, Malaysians still continue to pay 5 per cent, in real interest rates, making it the highest in ASIA.

The tourism sector which brought RM86 billion in revenue is moving slow motion. Sure, some are predicting a recovery in 2021. 

 The stock markets globally may say otherwise,  with some stating the recent uptrend factors a quick recovery, while others are of the opinion the big traders are merely pushing the market higher in order to sell off their shares. 

Who to believe at this Liar's bar? 

If you could take me away from this
If you took me away from this
I'd be different you'd see
'Cause I didn't choose the drink
A drink just chose me
Rum by the kettle drum
Whiskey by the jar
At Liar's Bar
Well I'm smoking like a chimney
And I'm drinking like a fish
At Liar's Bar.

Monday 1 June 2020

PM8. Get the balance right

Is a hit from 1983 from Depeche Mode, a band which can still churn top ten hit singles with ease after more than 4 decades on the scene.

Ironically, the name of the album is construction time again.  Our under pressure PM8 might well have to look at a construction time again if Malaysia is not to miss the BOAT from the impending TRADE WAR.

All we need is political stability and LEGITIMACY to catch this wave.  

A call from Trump to PM8 actually does nothing when you have the likes of the of Washington Post behind your back.

The lyrics then for PM8

Get the balance right, get the balance right
You think you've got a hold of it all
You haven't got a hold at all
When you reach the top, get ready to drop
Prepare yourself for the fall, you're gonna fall
It's almost predictable
Don't take this way, don't take that way
Straight down the middle until next Thursday