Monday, March 30, 2009

Technical Rebound Or Trend Reversal ? Share Market Bottom Out ?

We all know lately the current world equities market have made a sharp turn from their bottom created in early month of March. Many analysts mention that our market has already bottom out. Is it true that our share market already bottom out? I was wondering whether last week major movement was a real trend reversal ?

Certain thing we need to remind that current financial crisis just only about half way. No doubt the world share market have gone up quite significantly, one thing for sure I would like to share my opinion about current movement.

First we talk about Dow Jones Industrial Average. Few days ago I did discuss and mention about the outlook for Wall Street's. Few analysts have mention that the Dow Jones have bottom out and will be heading to 9,000 to 11,000 points in 5 to 8 months time (we call it Major Wave B).

After completed their movement, the DJIA will again heading towards or the most destructive wave towards 4,000 to 5,000 points (we call it Major wave C, that will be sometime around in the year of 2010).

Another term that we need to discuss is the possibilities of another calculation that might happen to DJIA. Based on the chart, the possibilities of the DJIA is staging or creating a technical rebound (Major Wave A, wave 5, minor wave (i) to (ii)) before moving down again to minor wave (iii) ? Based on this calculation, it might or it might not happen at all will be base on the current financial crisis ?

UMNO general assembly has already finished and indeed it's created lot of surprising outcome like the new UMNO Youth Chief - Khairy Jamaluddin. When his name was announced on that night, the next morning Equine Capital move up to reach RM 0.40 per share. About 30 % move from RM 0.30 per share. What a wonderful stock.

I will be watching this few weeks where our share market will be heading to? Hope for the best to happen. Right now some analysts mention that this would be the right time to accumulate as the share market is entering into a profit taking activities. At this moment I'm still referring the KL Composite Index charts to determine where it heading to ?

Sunday, March 29, 2009

GutterUncensor** Declaring A Big War With The Google Management. Nazri Aziz Sons

The level between the controversial blogger (gutteruncensor**) have reach a very high level. If we want to calculate how many times his blog have been deleted, i think it should be more than 12 times.

Every time when the blog have been deleted, the author of this blog will post again and again. And sometimes whenever he re-posts his blog, there will be something new things coming out.

This time the author having a big war with google management but he blames the incident towards Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz. He really lambasted whatever information he received from his fans. Earlier the author of gutteruncensor** posted few photo of Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz's son drinking bir. He even shows some of it and put some of the picture of Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz's son just like an advertisement. Quite nice and beautiful.

Lately the author posted an article linking to Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz's son involvement in a murder case in 2004 at a restaurant in Desa Seri Hartamas. Read (here). A very interesting article. Here is some of the statement issued by the author who has lambasted Datuk Seri Nazri very HARD. I'm also not sure whether the author lambasted the right person or not?

Creating A Nazri Womanizer Music Video

Got blocked again, I am losing count now however I think this is the 8th or 9th time. I am getting tired of fucking with these guys but enjoying the fact that they are worried what will be posted next.

I am about ready to stop this soon and get up the blog at a new location. The intention is to have the new blog up next month but no later than mid May, now please stop asking. If you have not notice but the blog is not being updated as usual, the blog is dead on Blogger.

Sadly, this happened just before the Gary Ng videos were going to be posted last week. When that blog start again it will probably started with that. The blog is still viewable here because I know it is pissing certain people off. Anyway, here is a video that was submitted in request for Nazri Womanizer - Music Video. It is nice but no Womanizer soundtrack in the background.

Nazri And Son Womanizer Video

Before you try to force others to live before your rules try to live by them yourself first. Don't be a bitch ass hypocrite by forcing others by law too accept things you can't even get your son to accept.

Nazri Aziz and his son need to take another look at the Qur’an because they do not seem to get it although the father demand more Islamic laws. They say they are Muslims but what kind of Muslim drink beer and wine while getting pu**y on the side?

A Muslim lawmaker in the Malaysian Parliament who let his son violate every syariah law relating to alcohol and relationship with the opposite sex.

That being said, I kinda like the Nazri womanizing and drunken interpretation of the religion. Sign me up, I want some of the free wine and free (paid for by the Malaysian tax payers) pu**y too. Here is the Nazri Womanizer video and the other funny videos.

Saturday, March 28, 2009

YTL RESIDENCE - RM 50 Million ?

YTL Design Group, Malaysia invited Agence Jouin Manku to design this house in 2003. The project was completed in 2008 with fabulous results. The residence is the epitome of style, elegance and beauty. It is obvious that it has to be inhabited by someone powerful and influential like the Malaysian family who lives there and has been responsible in shaping Kuala Lumpur’s skyline.

It is a grand 3,000 square-meter residence which is made to host private and public functions. If you are ever lucky enough to be invited to the house, you will find nine bedrooms, two family rooms, a family kitchen and a private dining area, a family library, a game room, a study, a public reception area, a formal dining room, a ballroom, chapel, 21 bathrooms, a swimming pool, two guest suites plus indoor private and guest parking. The exterior and interior are a perfect blend of the contemporary and classic look.

This wild, architecture, and ethnic diversity is the backdrop for a futuristic yet traditional house that is as eclectic as KL itself. Parisian interior and product designer Patrick Jouin and partner Sanjit Manku, a Kenyan-born Canadian architect, designed the mammoth 32,000-square-foot residence and reception suites for three generations of a prominent Chinese-Malaysian family.

(Jouin recently split his firm into two entities: Agence Jouin Manku, overseeing interiors and architecture commissions, and Patrick Jouin ID, focused on industrial design.) Commanding a nearly 1-acre hillside perch in a posh inner suburb, the house tries to minimize—visually and functionally—the impact of a program that’s nothing short of gargantuan.

Grandparents, parents, and seven children ranging in age from 10 to 22 have the run of three floors comprising nine bedrooms, living and family areas, Western-style and open-air Chinese kitchens, an outdoor breakfast terrace, a formal library, a game room, and a swimming pool.

A pair of guest suites is housed in a semi-detached boomerang-shape wing that’s cantilevered out over the hillside. Sweeping terraces, filled with gardens and shady spots for afternoon tea, surround the residence.

The banqueting and reception areas are equally expansive, since the family entertains on a grand scale: Small weddings take place in a sleek but spare chapel; for bigger nuptials, a wall of glass panels retracts for more guests.

The adjoining ballroom can accommodate as many as 200 people for receptions that include a Chinese New Year’s banquet. Elaborate dinners, frequently for government and business VIPs, are held in the formal dining room, which seats up to 30. Among these three spaces are 13 bathrooms.

Separating the family’s daily life from business goings-on was absolutely key. “It was important that the kids could run around in pajamas at the same time a meeting was being held,” says Manku.

He and Jouin cleverly tucked the reception spaces into the excavated hillside, keeping them out of sight at basement level while creating a huge, landscaped plinth on which the house sits. “That way, you’re not looking through big, empty rooms every day,” he says.

The house itself is a long, faceted three-part tube bent around the pool and ringed by ribbons of paved and planted terraces. Its open-plan ground floor, which contains the vast multilevel living, dining, and kitchen areas, is an irregular-shape pavilion enclosed in floor-to-ceiling glass.

The glazed walls slide open to the pool on one side, to the sequestered breakfast terrace on the other. The library and family bedrooms occupy a two-story volume that appears to float above the transparent base.

Thanks to massive cantilevers, the bedroom wings extend well beyond the ground floor footprint, creating deep, column-free overhangs for shaded outdoor living.

Each of the seven children’s bedrooms is different, spatially and decoratively. Like its occupant, each bedroom has a distinct personality. “We made some more extroverted, taller, skinnier, some with more nooks for reading,” Manku says. The grown-ups get suites, one a duplex with a sitting area and double-height glass walls open to skyline vistas.

Maintaining views while tempering the near-equatorial sun meant shading large expanses of glass. Where cantilevers and overhangs didn’t provide protection, Jouin and Manku wrapped the upper levels of the house in a shimmery second skin of stainless-steel louvres that open and close electronically, revealing varying amounts of glazing.

(Some of the bedrooms are enclosed with sliding louvred panels of chengal, a native wood.) Besides screening the interior, the delicate outer skin helps diminish the visual bulk of such a large volume.

“The house was to appear very light, as if tethered to the ground like a balloon rather than crushing the earth,” Jouin says. Throughout the project, custom elements run the gamut from high-tech to rough-hewn. Jouin and Manku collaborated with local and international artists and craftsmen on many of them, including a massive kitchen island carved from a single hulk of Carrara marble.

A circular stair with petal-shape teak treads, constructed by elderly woodworkers who put off retirement for this project; a sculptural free-standing Corian bar in the living area; 10-foot-tall teak lanterns hanging in the atrium linking the bedroom wings; and the stunning ballroom chandelier comprising 13,000 porcelain petals, produced by young French designer Roseline Pailheret and ceramists in her native Limoges, France.

“We created a brand-new architecture for the house,” continues Jouin. “New shapes, new ways of connecting spaces, and new combinations of cutting-edge technology and traditional local practices.”

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Wave B Upwards Have Started? Start Your Engine ...?

Malaysia share market is doing very well. I was wondering why I have missed this special bandwagon which is moving up quite strongly. Now the questions are, should we start to build a new position right now? Were the world equity markets have make a trend reversal? For a few reasons I don't want to get involve in the share market right now because of on going UMNO general assembly.

I'm examine the share market right now whether the Malaysia share market move up in tandem with the surge in the world equities market or because of our Finance Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak recently announced that the Government will award RM 3.202 billion worth of projects this week or maybe because of the on going UMNO general assembly or maybe the time has arrived for our share market to move up.

If we check the world market movement, indeed the trends have change. What will happen to Dow Jones Industrial Average right now? According to few analysts the DJIA have take a turn from worst to better.

Current rally will not last long as correction will set in. After this correction the DJIA will try to climb even higher.


Cimb Analysis.

Wave “A” down leg since Oct 07 has already ended? The DJIA’s rebound towards the 7,500 level on Wednesday, above the 7,392 point 50% Fibonacci retracement (FR) of wave iii, is telling us that our current preferred wave count is probably wrong. The wave 5 down leg may have already ended in early March, completing the major wave A downtrend since Oct 07.

Major wave “B” may have started early this month. This should be followed by the major wave “B” rebound, which is expected to take 5-8 months to complete and will peak anytime between July and Oct. The 38.2-50% FR of Wave A targets a rebound to 9,400-10,300 points while a more bullish 61.8% FR targets 11,245 points for the DJIA.

Minor wave i just started, wait for correction to accumulate. The first leg of the wave “B” kicked in a fortnight back but is in its final leg. We expect Asian markets to pull back, probably towards the 50-61.8% FR once the rebound ends to complete wave ii. This should offer investors an opportunity to accumulate stocks.

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Next Bulls Rally Has Begun, Mobius Says

Bloomberg -- The next “bull-market” rally has begun and there are bargains in every emerging market following a record slump in stocks, Templeton Asset Management Ltd.’s Mark Mobius said. “You have to be careful not to miss the opportunity,” said Mobius, who helps oversee about USD 20 billion of emerging-market assets at San Mateo, California-based Templeton.

“With all the negative news, there is a tendency to hold back.” Citigroup Inc.’s analysts Markus Rosgen and Elaine Chu are among strategists who describe recent Asian stock gains as a temporary “bear-market rally.” They remain “skeptical”because valuations have yet to plumb the lows seen in past recessions, they said in a report today.

The MSCI Emerging Markets Index has jumped 23 percent since reaching a four-year low on Oct. 27, outperforming the 2.5 percent drop in the MSCI World Index and 9.5 percent decline in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index. Emerging markets made up the 10 best-performing stock benchmark indexes this year, led by the 26 percent gain for China’s Shanghai Composite Index.

“You are going to see a lot of bouncing off the bottom because there’s a tremendous amount of uncertainty in the market,” Mobius, 72, said in a Bloomberg Television interview from Hong Kong. “But I have a feeling we’re at the bottom and now we’re building a base for the next bull market.”

‘Top Ten’

Mobius correctly predicted in December that emerging markets will rebound before developed nations. In 1999, he was voted among the “Top Ten Money Managers of the 20th Century” in a survey by the Carson Group, and in 2006 he was included in the “Top 100 Most Powerful and Influential People” by Asia money magazine.

Templeton is finding “bargains” in every emerging market, which are in “better shape” than developed economies, Mobius said. The fund is looking for companies that are “cash-rich,” have low debt and higher dividend yields, or those that can invest for future growth yet have cash left to pay shareholders, he said.

Investors who poured USD 502 million into Asian equity funds over the past two weeks may lose out once the “bear market rally” falters, Citigroup said today in a note, citing a 30 percent drop after an initial rebound in the 1997 slump. Fidelity Investments, the world’s biggest mutual fund company, is among the skeptics on predictions about the timing of the market cycle.

‘No Crystal Ball’

“No one can call the bottom in the stock market. No one managed to do it. We can’t do it. We don’t have a crystal ball,” Tal Eloya, a portfolio manager at Fidelity Investments, said in a briefing in Seoul today. “We have to think long term and invest over a long-term horizon.” Mobius’s views that stocks will rally are shared by investor Antoine van Agtmael, who coined the term “emerging markets.”

“Relative to potential sustainable growth and quality, emerging markets today are cheaper than I have seen them at anytime since I started to invest” 30 years ago, van Agtmael, who oversees about USD 8.6 billion as chairman and chief investment officer at Emerging Markets Management LLC, said in a phone interview March 19.

“Things have gone too far down.” Asian stock market valuations outside of Japan fell to 0.9 times book value during the 1975 and 1982 recessions, according to Citigroup. The MSCI Asia excluding Japan Index is now valued at 1.3 times book value. Brazilian oil company Petroleo Brasileiro SA, Cia. Vale do Rio Doce, the world’s biggest iron-ore producer, and Chinese oil producer Petro China Co. are among the top holdings of Mobius’s Templeton Emerging Markets Trust.

Article from Mr. Jesper Lee - Cimb

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

World Equity Markets Going For Trend Reversal ?

Wow ....... I didn't expect the KL Composite Index acted so strong yesterday. The index went up +21.48 points to close at 878.30 point. I have to admit my mistake for under estimate the potential of the KL Composite Index and some of their counters.

Maybe I'm been too negative or just want to be very careful enough not to get hurt or burn or maybe because I just want to protect some of my gains made during the early month of January. So I didn't put lot of efforts to monitor them closely. I'm only a human being, mistakes do happen always.

UMNO general assembly starts today. More or less when there is an assembly, they will sure bring some movements to KL Composite Index but the movement never been so strong until yesterday. Yesterday movement caught me by surprised.

No doubt there were some indicators signal appear on my charts (call for accumulation), the confident level was not there even the share prices started yesterday with a bang. (Watch Resorts World Berhad - the share prices behave positively)

Dow Jones Industrial Average seems to be moving away from the previous low. If we checked and monitor most of the share prices movement in U.S and Hong Kong, their share prices movements are telling us that they are going for a trend reversal.

It means that there will be more upwards movement compare to the downwards move. Right at this moment we can't confirm yet but the signal is telling us that there are some changes happen in the world equity market. Whatever it is, we still need to beware of current financial crisis.

Monday, March 23, 2009

Will UMNO General Assembly Help The Equity Market ?

This week we are entering a weeks of UMNO general assembly. The share market won't react much and will sustain during this weeks or might be hovering around 850 levels (+,- 30 points).

When there is an assembly the share market will react quietly usually. That is about the UMNO. After they gone through the whole thing, the new president of UMNO will take over and then he will become our new prime minister.

Here is one of the most important thing that we need to remind that in Malaysia political history, there's never been a coming to be Prime Minister been hated so much by most of their citizen or their people. This is a new level of political situation in Malaysia. How the new political scenario will affect our current Malaysian share market performance? After this UMNO general assembly, there will be some changing in the current government portfolio (some will be kick out and the new one will be sworn in)

Datuk Seri Najib bin Tun Razak will be our Malaysia 5th Prime Minister. He will be playing a very important role as a new prime minister and a finance minister to determine whether Malaysia will stay on course to fight current world financial crisis.

His support from all over the Malaysian people are very low right now. His wife seems to be in charge. These few weeks the newspaper all over Malaysia keep on showing her face most of the time.

Let us talk about the Malaysian share market. A check on some of the charts begins to show some positive reaction for certain counters. One of the counter is KNM Group Berhad. I like this counter but I cannot fall in love with this counter. Certain thing we need to understand and emphasized that the current share market performance is still very weak.

There is nothing out there for the share market to react positively. A buy now on KNM Group Berhad would mean a commitment for us to see the share prices to move in order for us to make profit. But how much? Will KNM have the strength to move on and climb to a new level? It is quite hard to say right now.

An indicator has appeared to call us to accumulate but the indicator appears on a situation where by the share market still have a lot of uncertainties. Basically buying a share is not only been determine by only one indicator but it must depends on many indicators, reading, current situation and the world financial crisis.

Friday, March 20, 2009

Dow Jones Industrial Average Has Found The Bottom ?

Again our Malaysian share market performance is just like a loser. Nothing exciting happens during these few weeks. The share market acted accordingly to the regional world equity market movements.

No doubt the Dow Jones Industrial Average have climb so fast and reaching the 7,500 points level, it is still too early to tell whether the world equity market has found its bottom.

After recently huge rally by the Wall Street's, a technical correction would set in. These two weeks will be crucial for the DJIA as their movement will determine whether the world equity have turned to trend reversal. A careful watch was needed to decide whether the bottom has been formed. In order to confirm that the DJIA has already found its bottom, The DJIA should stay above the 8,000 points level.

The KL Composite Index still hanging around the 850 point level. If we want to compare the chart movement with 1997 Asian Financial Crisis chart, the movement still intact. So there is a possibility that the trend of moving towards south still exist.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Where The KL Composite Index Heading To? North Or South?

Where are we now ? Make your own judgement. Will the KL Composite Index make a u-turn or a trend reversal ? It seems that the world equity market still performs quiet nice but I'm doubt about it. Yesterday I have updated the current KL Composite Index charts and compared with 1997 Asian Financial Crisis charts.

Chart A : 1997 Asian Financial Crisis

We need to examine the current charts movement and compare to the previous 1997 Asian Financial Crisis charts. Some may argue that this is totally out of our mind to compare totally two different crisis. No doubt the two crisis are not the same but the comparison between the charts argue very well with so many similarity until now.

Still remember the article that I have posted on Thursday, February 5, 2009 Where Would The World Financial Crisis Heading To ? and on Thursday, February 12, 2009 Bursa Malaysia Exchange. Stay Out For A While.

Chart B : 2008 World Financial Crisis

Look closely on the mark that I have point out. Point 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. See also the point that I have set for A, B, C, D and E. If we take a look and compare both of the charts, it shows that there are similarities on the way the charts move.

We are now entering the consolidation move after the selling pour in the early month of March. The index is now trying to move up in tandem with the current world equity market technical rebound. Can we call it a technical rebound or a trend reversal ?

Form Chart A, it took nearly 3 months (from point D - beginning from December 1997 until end of March 1998) and for it to finish its technical uptrend and forming its consolidation move before it move down and create new low.

If we take a look at Chart B, the technical uptrend also took about 3 months (from point D - beginning from December 2008 until end of February 2009) for it to complete before the KL Composite Index managed to break out from its Bearish Rising Wedge and moving south. Believe IT or NOT ? Just believe it.

But one thing for sure this is just a guidance and one of my opinion only. We must not treat it that this case study will happen accordingly. It might or it might not happen in the first place, who knows ? Sometimes we need to have some tools to guide us and to show us the proper projections where the low or the bottom would be?

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

A False Recovery For Dow Jones Industrial Average ?

These few days I was watching the share prices movement of AIG and Citigroup day and night. Monitoring how the Dow Jones Industrial Average doing? To my surprised, I didn't believe what has really happen to Citigroup share price and AIG Group share price. Both of them are doing very well.

Citigroup from about USD 1.00 per share has reach about USD 2.50 per share and for AIG Group from about USD 0.35 has reach about USD 0.90 per share. More than 100 % gains. When their share prices at low, I feel very tempting to buy few of these share and I went to ask few of my friend and mention to them, will now be a good time to buy these two share?

The answer they gave it to me, the AIG will go bankrupt and will be take over by the U.S government and they have nothing left. They own the government so much money and the U.S governments are controlling AIG now. The Citigroup will reach USD 0.50 per share and they will face so many non-performing loans (NPL) in the future. Not only they mention that the share prices will crash some more but they also mention that if you try to buy any of the U.S share right now, you might not even have a chance to recover.

But today I have learn a very good lesson. A lesson that I always used as my guide and tools when I trade in Malaysia share market. Whenever there are so many of them feel very negative and have no positive thinking towards the shares or the share market, it would be the right time to buy. As I use to say, there will be no Niagara Falls everyday.

Whenever the share prices drop or tumble so much, they will for sure rebound before they post another losses in future. Maybe because this is a U.S market, a market that look quiet virgin for me as I never touch any of the foreign share. May this be a lesson for me in order for me to enhance and sharpen my skills further.

By the way, the world share prices are performing very well. With most the world financial equity market showing stronger sign of recovery. I was impress with these kind of performance. Here are some of the comments from one of the research house about the DJIA. I received this article last week on 12th March from Mr. Jesper Lee - Cimb. Let us share about the Dow Jones outlook and possibility.

A False Recovery

DJIA hits 6,600 downside target. The DJIA reached our wave 5 target of 6,600 pts last week when it went as low as 6,469 pts. Although the index bounced back on Tuesday, it does not mean that it has bottomed. The rebound in the past two days is the minor wave (iv) which is expected to peak between 7,210-7,438 pts, the 38.2%-50% Fibonacci retracement of wave (iii).

Major downtrend to end? The DJIA’s weekly chart shows that it is close to ending the 5-wave downtrend from the Oct 07 peak. Only a break above the 7,500 resistance channel would confirm that wave 5 down leg has ended. Once this bottom has taken place, we expect a strong wave “B” rebound for 5-8 months which could see the DJIA challenging the 9,000-10,000 levels before the destructive wave “C kicks in.

Rebound target of 745 for S&P 500. For the S&P 500, the wave (iv) rebound target is between 745-770 pts, the 38.2%-50% FR of minor wave (iii). Since wave (ii) was “flat”, we expect wave (iv) to be “zig-zag” formation. End of wave (iv) is to be followed by the final wave (v) down leg which could take the S&P500 to 630-650pts and the DJIA towards the 6,000 level. A break above 7,500 pts for the DJIA, however, would negate this wave count and would probably indicate that the wave 5 down leg was completed last Friday. We believe this scenario is unlikely.

Nasdaq below Nov 08 low. The Nasdaq Index finally broke below its Nov 08 low of 1,295 pts on Monday when it plumbed an intra-day low of 1,265 pts. This was followed by the strong minor wave (iv) rebound which could push the index back towards the 1,392-1,435 levels before the wave (v) down leg kicks in. Assuming wave 5 equals 0.618x of the length of wave 1, the wave 5 target is 1,230 pts.

Monday, March 16, 2009

Nazri Aziz Was Not The Man In That Photo? Who Will It Be? A New Political Games?

The author of GutterUncensor** posted another article and attack Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz. This time around the author lambasted him with a lot of comments. The way the author lambasted Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz is beyond our imagination.

If we have the chance we should read it. This is something very new in our country political agenda. This time around it is a war between an author of the blog and some of the politician in Malaysia. A new level of war we have never seen in this world of cyber and technology (Internet)

Comment from the author of GutterUncensor** Posted Sunday March 15, 2009.

STOP The Hypocrites: Keep Spreading The Pictures, Send Them To Everyone and Upload Them Everywhere You Can

Nazri is the biggest joke in Malaysia and it is spreading worldwide. Everyone is talking about him and his lust not to mention his hypocrisy. Double Standards Hypocrisy Double Standards Hypocrisy Double Standards is great when you don't believe what you preach!

Yeah, they preach it but they don't follow their own preaching. They force the people to do one thing and they do the opposite. Punishment come fast when the people get caught but nothing happen when they are caught. What give them the moral authority with their double standards?

Surprise the blog is still here? Lets just say the hypocrite assholes ruling Malaysia are having difficulties blocking the GutterUncensor**.com and lets leave it at that. The idiots running Malaysia have not been able to knock this blog off the Internet for two days now and the Malaysian people keep on coming to see the pictures of the Double Standard politician.

Since they have been unable to block the blog for almost two days now, the Malaysian government was forced to run an article on The Star Online news website in an attempt to cover up for Nazri.

You just know this blog is just pissing them off like hell. And no, the authors of this blog were not killed in Malaysia. But the rumors of that are pretty funny. The corrupt Malaysian government is trying to use fear to shut up people in the country, thats the way they keep things under control when the lies fail.

"Anonymous" people familiar with the politician say its not him so that is their prove. What a joke? Damn, this blog has anonymous people saying it is in fact him and these people have pictures backing up their words so the anonymous sources should cancel each other other but we still have the pictures. Maybe the pictures show his long lost identical twin brother in a compromising position with a hooker a few years back.

Or better yet, it is his clone fighting with a time traveling witch on a bed in a cheap hotel room. These crazy Malaysian politician think people are going to believe anything they put in their state control media.

But if you notice in the title of The Star Online article the "not Nazri" is in quotations. So you know the reporters being force to write the crap for the politicians did not believe what they were being told.

Now if we only knew who they quoted. For sure it was a man with a gun. The Star Online itself is NOT saying its not him, The Star is quoting a unknown person. Here is the first draft of the article:

"Man in photo with woman ‘not Nazri’

KUALA LUMPUR: A photograph, posted on gutteruncensor**.com showing a man with a woman in a compromising position, is not that of Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz as claimed by the foreign blog.

One of the other photographs is, however, that of Nazri, who is shown sitting on a couch at Parliament lobby.The owner of the blog claimed that the photographs were sent by a contributor several months ago. Nazri declined to comment when contacted but people familiar with the politician said it was not him."

Thanks for the link guys, we know for sure there are some good people being forced to do things at The Star Online. But a few hours later the link was removed because the idiot politicians caught on.

Just think about it, why remove the link to the pictures in question if the pictures are not of Nazri Aziz. The best part is that "Nazri declined to comment when contacted" like a coward.

The entire country is laughing at him and his family and he declined to comment. He lacks the courage to face the situation and the pictures that are bringing his honer in question.

Lets just wonder who is the man of that family. My money is on the Heineken drinking big time player womanizing son. Nazri Aziz has some serious explaining to do to his son, one is sure that the son is not happy knowing that his father has been stepping out on his mother. And here is the final draft after several revisions of The Star Online article, this is after they remove the name and link to this website:

"Man in photo with woman ‘not Nazri’

KUALA LUMPUR: A photograph, posted on a website showing a man with a woman in a compromising position, is not that of Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz as claimed by the foreign blog.

One of the other photographs is, however, that of Nazri, who is shown sitting on a couch at Parliament lobby. The owner of the blog claimed that the photographs were sent by a contributor several months ago. Nazri declined to comment when contacted but people familiar with the politician said it was not him."

Note, The Star Online got the number of pictures wrong. You can look for yourself and see more than "A photograph" was posted. By saying it was one picture, they are trying to make it sound less serious. Damn, you see mistakes were made in the first two words of the article. What else could they have gotten wrong? Do not blame the people at The Star Online, the guy writing the article might have a gun at his head whiling he was writing it.

Nazri has lost his moral authority. At this point his is just bring more shame to his party and family. His hypocrisy and his lack of strength in the wake of these picture bring in question his manhood. Elizabeth Wong is more of a man than Nazri because at least she faced the media. Nazri is in hiding, he hide like a little girl under her sheet because of the monsters in the closet. If he is not the person in these pictures, why not just say so?

Saturday, March 14, 2009

GutterUncensor** Posted Photo Woman On Top Of Malaysian Politician? Nazri Aziz Sons and Najib Sons

Confirm, the level of war between the author of Gutteruncensor** and the google management now are climbing to a new high. The author claims again in his latest website that his blog have been block for the fifth time. This time around he managed to restore it again.

A check on for Top 100 Most Traffic Rankings in Malaysia shows that his blog now stand at No: 47, a jump from a position of No: 74 two days ago. This is very fast for a blog in a ranking of No: 74 to climb to No: 47. It show that many Malaysian have started to surf and search for this website.

A check with few of my friends also mention that many of their friends are looking for picture related to Sons of Nazri Aziz and Sons of Najib Razak. The latest photo of Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz with a woman on top on him cannot be confirm whether he is the real person inside that photo?

Author of GutterUncensor** Comments :

They just block the last blog again for the fifth time. Just remember the Facebook page at:**/1009360269. About 3000 people have already request friend adds within the last 12 hours, you all will be added in time. We will put info on the new restore blog there as soon as the new blog is up.

We will put info on the new restore blog there. Most likely it will be under the GutterUncensor**.com url but we have a few other domain names to chose. If you are still missing the blog in a few weeks just drop a line at GutterUncensor** and you will get a reply with the info.

Google like to brand itself as a champion of free speech but we now know Google is only a champion of getting paid. I don't blame Google, I too like getting paid. But Google need to stop the lie that its a champion of free speech. Most people did not even sign up for Google, we signed up for Blogger when it was an independent company.

Blogger was a real champion of free speech until Google took it over. Now Google just took over Feedburner and we are already seeing the chilling affects of that management change. Malaysian politicians wanting to hide their secrets is not a surprise but Google assisting them is an interesting development.

Like Google, Malaysian politicians like to champion causes that they do not take serious for themselves when no one is looking. Some Malaysian politicians like to brand themselves as a champions of Syariah Laws, but they get mad when pictures of them breaking their own laws that they passed and imposed on others with brutal force is posted on a blog. These are the stupid pictures of Malaysian politicians and their family breaking the laws they imposed on others that is causing Google to block the blog:

Friday, March 13, 2009

GutterUncensor** Blocked? Having A War With Google Management. Nazri Aziz Sons and Najib Sons

This is really an exiting moments, it seems that it is getting out of hand already. The author of this blog (gutteruncensor**) is from America. Two to three days ago his blog was completely shut down with no one can access to his blog. He claims that the Malaysian government have a very good link with the google management.

This whole episode started because the author, Gutteruncensor** posted an article and the photos about the drunken and womanizing picture of the sons of the Malaysian politicians title: Sons of Malaysia's Rich and Powerful that causes his website to be blocked few days ago. Now the pictures have already been circulated around in internet.

The first time it was blocked (refer here)

The second it was blocked (refer here)

Even a few links to his previous blog has been totally wipe out and the author managed to create a back-up file and posted again. But this time with minimum access. Some of his article has gone missing.

This time the author really pissed off when he posted again a few more photo showing one of the politician (Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz) - look like him (I cannot confirm) was hugging a woman with her bra coming down a bit or the young woman was on top of him.

Judging from his nose and eye lead, the similarity of the picture of him should be 99%. This is very very BAD ....... For me this is a DISASTER ....... Another political MESS ........ but this time is not by Malaysian own political games. It was a war from the author of the blog with the Malaysian politician.

Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri bin Tan Sri Abdul Aziz is a Malaysian politician from the UMNO, and a Minister in the Prime Minister's Department in charge of parliamentary affairs. From the post position and the photo was taken, it must be taken from the hand phone.

Here were some of the posting by the gutteruncensor** author.

This is Now The 4th Time Google Deleted The Blog

Damn, they just block the last blog again. Just remember the Facebook page at:**/1009360269. We will put info on the new restore blog there. Most likely it will be under the url but we have a few other domain names to chose.

If you are still missing the blog in a few weeks just drop a line at GutterUncensor** @ and you will get a reply with the info. It only took them only a few fours to block the last blog so they will block this one soon. I am only able to get one post up per blog lately so this will like be the only new post on this blog. Two post from the previous blogs have been added. New Blog Coming Soon!


F**k you to the haters. This Gutter blog will be fully restore elsewhere. Small dick politicians cannot stop this blog. They can beat their wives but they can't beat this blog.

Again, Google is a Tool of Malaysian Fascists

I am an American citizen being CENSORED by the Malaysian Government with the Help of Google! All my fears have now been confirmed.

Google is a puppet of politicians in Malaysia, its a great shame for the founders of the company. The self proclaimed champions of free speech that founded Google are just members of the fascist party. Google is in the pocket of the corrupt fascist Malaysian government. Through Google, Malaysian politicians can actually shut up an American citizen. Through Google, Malaysian politicians can do things to Americans that not even the American government can do. Three times controversial pictures relating to public officials in Malaysia were posted, within a matter of hours the blog was blocked by Blogger which is a division of Google.

This time Google/Blogger did not just block the blog but they suspended the whole account including Gmail, AdSense, Blogger, Reader and the entire Google Accounts system. Everything under that account is gone, like it wasn't even there to begin with. Thankfully a shitload of additional accounts were created months ago. When the authors of the blog try to login to the account now, Google transfer you to this page at I hope the Malaysian Fascists paid the people at Google well for giving up their souls.

It is likely that this blog will also be block by Google/Blogger very soon. So, we are looking for alternative hosting options. The best thing would be a hosting service that has nothing to do with Malaysia. Preferable a hosting service based in America with absolutely nothing to do with the corrupt fascist Malaysian government.

The hosting service that we are looking for should be with an American hosting service company with American values unlike Google. Its going to take a few more days to find the perfect hosting service, but one with be found. If you have an idea just drop a line to GutterUncensor** @

And if you want to keep in touch with the blog, a my space page was created at
www.myspace hopefully News Corp. is not also a bitch of the the corrupt fascist Malaysian government like Google. If so and News Corp. is a bitch of the corrupt fascist Malaysian government like Google, here is a link to a recently created Facebook page at**/1009360269.

One would expect this type of behavior from from the small men running Malaysia but one would expect better from the Americans at Google. Google in fact is an American company that like to brand itself as a champion of freedom. They people at Google like to talk about free speech but to them money speak louder than words. Hey Google, we are at mad at you. We don't want to hurt your money!

For those who like freedom, copy and spread the posts with the pictures the politician are trying to hide. Post these picture everywhere, send them to freedom loving like minded people. But Malaysians should be careful, I don't want you guys hurt because Malaysia is controlled by small men who don't want their hypocrisy exposed.

Please copy are spread this post before they delete thing blog too.

Whenever the author of Gutteruncensor** posted a blog ...... it will be deleted or we can call it a totally Wipe Out. Now the blog has been blocked again. If I was not wrong, this time it should be the fifth times.


Very Cheap. Any Technical Rebounds ?

Well to be frank, after I look at the prices for yesterday closing, I was so tempting to buy some of these shares and hope for a rebound. But I can't because I couldn't find the bottom yet. Certain counters like Zelan Berhad which has fallen for so many days is due for a technical rebounds.

There are so many counters that I would like to buy. It is just like you went for a shopping in a Sunday market. Some of the goods were sold at their cheapest price.

But if I want to believe that the KL Composite Index have the potential to breaks the 800 points level then I should hold on, even if the share prices look very cheap.

I think I need to apply a cream onto my head. A cream call "PATIENTS" or else I will buy for a rebound. This time around if there is any technical rebound occur, it might be a small one. Maybe for day traders will be suitable. My few article way back in January and February already mention that the KL Composite Index have the potential to move towards the south pole, so I must believe my projection but sometimes they can go wrong also.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

RM 60 Billion Stimulus Cannot Help The Equity Market.

Well the RM 60 billion stimulus already announced. Did the stimulus plan really help the equity market? I think most of us should know the answer. It didn't help much. Now we can see what really happen to our KL Composite Index. Today the afternoon market session closed down -12.15 points to close at 838.22 points. Most of the hard hits were the blue chips counters. Third liners counters movement still consider normal with a little bit minus only.

Now our share market is moving towards the south. It would be advisable to monitor how our market is going to react. If we want to compare the current chart with 1997 Asian Financial Crisis chart, we still have long way to go. Probably another three to four months before any significant accumulation can take place.

From my point of views, I would not say that the current market is not worth of buying. It is just that I feel the KL Composite Index still have a long journey to reach to their bottom. Some bloggers or some investments house already started to recommend which counter to buy because their prices look very attractive.

Form my opinion, no matter how attractive the prices are, if the KL Composite Index is moving down from the hills and towards the bottom, I would rather wait and search for the bottom. Remember the KL Composite Index will move just like a roller coaster, up and down. Basically it will depend on how our world financial market will behave. As I use to mention "TIMING" is very important.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

IMF Warns Of Global "Great Recession"

DAR ES SALAAM (Reuters) - The International Monetary Fund warned on Tuesday that the world economy will likely contract this year in a "Great Recession" and African leaders said the financial crisis could undo hard-won social-economic gains.

"The IMF expects global growth to slow below zero this year, the worst performance in most of our lifetimes," IMF Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn told African political and financial leaders in the Tanzanian capital.

"Continued deleveraging by world financial institutions, combined with a collapse in consumer and business confidence is depressing domestic demand across the globe, while world trade is falling at an alarming rate and commodity prices have tumbled," Strauss-Kahn added.

As advanced countries focus on problems in their own economies, Strauss-Kahn called on the international community not to forget Africa, where regional growth is expected to slow sharply to 3 percent this year, half the rate of the past five years. That forecast may "even be too optimistic", he said.

"Even though the crisis has been slow in reaching Africa's shores, we all know it is coming and its impact will be severe," he said. "We must ensure that the voices of the poor are heard. We must ensure that Africa is not left out," he added. The IMF chief warned that millions of people in Africa will be thrown back into poverty by the crisis, while fragile political systems will be tested.

"This is not only about protecting economic growth and household incomes - it is also about containing the threat of civil unrest, perhaps even war. It is about people and their futures," he added. He said the combined impact of economic and financial shocks on Africa's growth will be severe. Financial flows are becoming more scarce, trade financing even scarcer and more expensive and foreign investment in Africa's stock and bond markets has fallen, he added.

Tanzania's President Jakaya Kikwete said the crisis posed the biggest threat to the region in recent history. "So far, Africa's voice on this unnerving situation has been muted as witnessed in different global initiatives and processes, which have emerged to respond to the crisis," he told the 300 delegates at the conference.

He said a meeting of the Group of 20 leaders in London on April 2 was an opportunity to send a clear message to the world on Africa's concerns about the crisis. The big challenge going forward he said was how to maintain and sustain the gains in economic stability in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan said Africa was facing "the equivalent of a tsumani" and the threat comes as the region was just getting into its stride, attracting more private-sector investment, lowering its debts and building stronger democracies.

He said Africa needed immediate financial support and any reversal of aid promises by rich donor nations would be a breach of trust at a time when the world needs to unite. Still, he said Africa could not sit back and feel sorry for itself over a crisis that was not of its own making. "For our agenda to be credible, Africa must live up to its own commitments," he said, adding that countries should abide by the rule of law, transparency and accountability.

"Insisting that partners keep their promises, if we don't keep ours, won't work," he added. Annan said as G20 developing and developed countries prepare to meet, it should be aware that while it has considerable influence it does not speak for the whole world. "Whatever they come up with, it will require a certain legitimacy to make the rules for the world and that will have to be done either through the IMF or the United Nations," he said.

The Son of Nazri Aziz and The Son of Datuk Seri Najib Womanizing ?

We all still can remember how our politician YB Elizabeth Wong faced the music when one of her former boyfriend snap a few photo of her while she was sleeping and cause her great impact on her political carrier.

Yesterday there was another issue came out with the pictures showing the son of Nazri Aziz and the son of Datuk Seri Najib enjoying themselves womanizing and boozing it up. These guys are the sons of big time politicians in Malaysia. A check through the internet on "Najib sons" shows that these picture already posted earlier by some of the bloggers in Malaysia. But these bloggers were not famous enough.

Then come out a new level of war between the author of the blog (gutteruncensor**) with the google management again. This time this blogger was really angry because his website was being block again for second time. Why this website being block again? The first time this blog being block because he posted some article about YB Elizabeth Wong and showing her sleeping with her leg wide open. Then again this blog being block again yesterday when he posted an article about the son of Nazri Aziz and the son of Datuk Seri Najib. Both blocking was done whenever he posted something related to Malaysian politician.

A check on for Malaysia country, the Top 100 Most Traffic Rankings shows that this blog (gutteruncensor**) stand at No: 74 and his previously website which has been block but still accessible (Thegutterpost.blogspot) still stands at No: 38. For this blog to have 2 traffic rankings in Malaysia, surely it will downgrade our Malaysia most powerful politician. What a mess ! Yesterday this blogger issue another statement on his website and lambasted the google, blogger management and some of the Malaysia politician.

Monday, March 9, 2009
Damn, They Did it Again

Sorry to those who could not view the blog earlier today! The f**kers blocked the blog again. I have a shitload of backups so they are just pissing me off at this point, its not stopping me. I could do this everyday for the next two years and still have a few blogs left over.

It would be nice if Blogger/Google actually send me an email to tell me why they keep blocking the blog after interesting pictures relating to Malaysian politicians are posted. Does the Malaysian government own Google or something? It really seems that way because this buttshit is crazy. The photos of the sons of the Malaysian politicians that I think cause this mess will now be posted on over 500 websites.

That's what you people get for f**king with this blog. WHO THE HELL YOU F**KERS THINK YOU ARE? What wrong with you people? This is what happen when small minds get too rich. Self-hosting is coming. F**K GOOGLE, F**K BLOGGER, F**K THE POLITICIANS IN THAT FASCIST COUNTRY.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Was It The Right Time To Accumulate Now ?

KL Composite Index today went down a little bit only but most of the blue chips shares still posted some losses. Today the KL Composite Index was down -2.97 points to close at 855.25 points. Whether now is the right time to accumulate some of these shares, it is still too early to tell.

According to the calculation, timing and based on the previous chart (1997 Asian Financial Crisis) our market might be moving towards around 550 points to 600 points. That will only happen if the world financial crisis still prolong with the Dow Jones Industrial Average might be eyeing or reaching the 4,500 points (+,- 500 points) level in the early third quarters.

If we want to wait and accumulate some of these share, it would be advisable to wait and start accumulating by end of this second quarters. This is just a calculation and a projection based on many incoming data, charts and some of the analysis based on previous bear market.

I would like to share it with most of my readers when will be the right time but I'm just only a human being, trying to find the exact moments or we call it "The Right Timing". Timing is very important to determine whether we can create little wealth or huge wealth from Bursa Malaysia Exchange or maybe a huge hole in front of us. I might be wrong but based on the current reading (charts timing), I might be correct in the first place. Who knows ? All we need to do now is, we just have to wait when the time has arrive.

Monday, March 9, 2009

Hang Seng Tumbles 576.94 Points. HSBC Tumble 24%

Whether now was the right time to buy HSBC shares as the share prices already tumble so much. A careful approach and study needs to be implement after their right issue. At HK$33.00, a level that most of us cannot imagine that will happen today. Let us read the latest news about HSBC.

HONG KONG (Dow Jones)--Heavyweight HSBC tumbled 24% Monday as investors sought to cut their holdings in the bank amid an adverse operating outlook and concerns of further price weakness ahead of its rights issue, sending the benchmark index to its lowest level in over four months.

Analysts said the blue-chip index will likely face further downward pressure in coming weeks, tracking similar expected performance on other regional equities markets. They expect the index to soon breach the five-year-low of 10,676 hit on Oct. 27. The Hang Seng Index fell 576.94 points, or 4.8%, to end at its intraday low of 11,344.58, after rising as high as 11,927.89 in the morning trading session.

HSBC accounted for 409.47 points of the index's decline. Turnover for the session totaled HK$35.79 billion, down from HK$46.90 billion Friday. HSBC's 24% decline to HK$33.00 comes just three days before it starts trading ex-rights, meaning that its stock price will be reduced to show the dilutive effect of the bank's rights issue, announced last week. The bank said Monday it plans to issue five shares for every 12 that shareholders own, at 254 pence a share, or around HK$28 a share.

It plans to raise a total of GBP12.5 billion. 'Investors are selling HSBC on concerns over more downside ahead of its ex-rights later this week and weakening earnings outlook in the financial sector is also hampering interest in the banking stocks,' said Jackson Wong, an investment manager at Tanrich Securities. Analysts said investors are also worried the rights issue may not proceed as planned, as interest in the plan will be sharply reduced if shares fall to levels near the rights issue price.

'The issue now is whether the rights issue exercise can be completed, given the recent slide in the share price,' said Y.K. Chan, fund manager at Phillip Asset Management. He said the slight rebound in HSBC's shares Thursday was largely driven by gains in the broader market, and not because of interest for the stock.

'The selling pressure was firm and remains that way for now,' said Chan. Other banks also fell sharply to track HSBC's weak performance. Hang Seng Bank lost 9.0% to HK$67.00, Bank of East Asia declined 7.4% to HK$12.34, and Standard Chartered fell 2.2% to HK$79.65.

Telecom services provider PCCW bucked the trend, ending up 1.1% at HK$3.83 following comments by its chairman Richard Li that he wasn't a subject of investigation by Hong Kong's securities regulator into allegations of vote-rigging over the company's buyout plan.

For the Hang Seng Index, Chan said he won't be surprised if it falls below the recent five-year-low of 10,676 points seen in October, given the weakness in the global banking sector. 'Investors are still holding a wait and see attitude. Long-term investors should sit back and wait for more clear signals before considering to make new investments,' he said. -By Jeffrey Ng, Dow Jones Newswires