Reuters-Wall Street surged on the eve of the U.S. presidential election, with Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s prospects brightening after the FBI said it would not press criminal charges against her over the use of a private email server.

U.S. stocks on Monday racked up their biggest one-day percentage gain since March 1, while a volatility measure recorded its biggest drop since late June.

The iShares MSCI Mexico ETF (EWW.P), known of late as the “Trump ETF,” soared 5.12 percent and notched its best day in more than five years. The exchange-traded fund is viewed as a barometer for expectations that Republican Donald Trump could win the election since his policies are considered negative for Mexico.

The FBI said on Sunday it stood by its July finding that Clinton was not guilty of criminal wrongdoing, after announcing on Oct. 28 it was reviewing additional emails relating to her use of a private server while secretary of state.

While polls last week showed Trump had been closing the gap, at least five major polls on Monday showed Clinton still had the lead in the race for the White House.

Wall Street had closed lower for nine days in a row through Friday, its longest losing streak in more than 35 years. Investors have tended to see Clinton as a more status quo candidate. On the other hand, Trump’s stance on foreign policy, trade and immigration has unnerved the market. “Markets like certainty and predictability,” said Jeff Carbone, co-founder of Cornerstone Financial Partners in Charlotte, North Carolina. “I don’t see another 5 percent bump on a Clinton win, but I could see a 5 to 7 percent pullback on a Trump win.”

The Dow Jones industrial average .DJI jumped 2.08 percent to end at 18,259.67 points and the S&P 500 .SPX surged 2.22 percent to 2,131.52. The Nasdaq Composite .IXIC added 2.37 percent.


Hillary Clinton in the clear as FBI announced on Sunday night that it had found no evidence of criminal wrongdoing in her use of a private email server.

* Dow fut 17,996 (+191)

* Gold $1291.70 (-12.00)

US markets closed at 4-month low as strength in wages in the U.S. payrolls report that bolsters the case for the Fed to raise interest rates next month after U.S. Oct average hourly earnings rose +2.8% y/y, stronger than expectations of +2.6% y/y and the largest year-on-year increase in 7-1/3 years, and uncertainty ahead of Tuesday’s U.S. Presidential election that sent the VIX volatility index up to a 4-1/4 month high and spurred continued long liquidation in stocks.

* Dow -42

* S&P -3

* Nasdaq -12

Atlanta Fed President Lockhart (non-voter) said he expects interest rates to rise “very gradually” over the next 2 years and that “he does not see rates marching higher for an extended period in a pre-programmed tightening campaign.” The dollar index sold off to a 3-week low and closed lower as uncertainty ahead of Tuesday’s U.S. presidential election, and strength in EUR/USD which climbed to a 3-week high after Eurozone Sep PPI was stronger than expected, which may keep the ECB from expanding stimulus.

⛽ Oil settled their biggest weekly percentage decline since Jan as skepticism that OPEC will be able to reach and enforce any meaningful cuts in crude production, and a Reuters report saying that Saudi Arabia threatened to raise its oil production to 11 million bpd or 12 million bpd if Iran doesn’t limit its supply.

* Crude oil $44.07 (-0.59)

* Crude oil weekly losses >9%

* Brent crude $45.61 (-0.74)

* Brent crude weekly losses >8%

Gold steadied on Friday, heading for its biggest weekly rise since mid-September as jitters over next week’s U.S. election offset a solid payrolls report that shored up expectations for a U.S. interest rate hike next month.

FCPO (RM2736, -38) closed lower on Friday as sentiment may tied to bearish sentiment toward higher end Oct stocks and expectation of weak demand in the coming months. Protection against MPOB Oct data on 10 Nov added pressure. Negative short term fundamentals may undermine sentiment. Both MPOB and USDA supply-demand reports may give new incentives on market direction.

Market may continue trading in the range of 2700 – 2800 with negative bias.


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TradingSolution: TradingSolution: Bursa Malaysia Stocks Tuesday 8/11/2016 -

Global Market Stocks Trading with Cautions until United States elections For October, FBMKLCI Index remain Weak & average volume <RM1.5b per day,

Latest Currency exchange is RM4.21

COLD EYE penny

stock pick :

RGB is the top active stock today, it has attracted many investors, traders and retailer, strong buying cause it up too fast today, some players are using T+2 , T+4 , T+7 they will not hold it long, just wait RGB retrace, it is good for those who miss the boat, can try to find a good entry point. Let’s join the party. Airasia & AAX : AAX is a very tricky stock, pump up dump down and manipulated by a group of syndicate just to wash you out, for those who want to hold it and wait for the result, can try to find an entry point whenever the syndicate is trying to wash players by dumping down again.

The upcoming results are expected to have significant growth in 3QFY16 due to strong demand Traders have opportunities to perform in AAX and few AAX call warrants such as AAX-cu cv c1 c2 cx…, fast in fast out Retailers may try to hold airasia, it might hit above RM3 Investors are expected to sell it after 3QFY16 due to passenger service arges effective next year




Dear All,

The FBMKLCI closed little up at +2.35 point or +0.14% to close at 1650.59.

FBMKLCI yesterday slightly reacted to whole world rebound after FBI announce Hillary Clinton Email Case Close.

DJIA future make a strong move back above 18000, which is a positive sign, but seem to be a little bit too over reacted and too early to push.

No matter whether its really due to the winning chance for Hillary Clinton to be next US President or TRUMP, the market have been react in a big way, which mean if this expectation fall off, and Donald Trump win, that’s will be much more interesting and a little more Hoo Hah. One of our closely monitor stock MYEG rebound strongly.

Other than that, we are bullish on WCT, PESONA and many more. Let the dust clear the air or the water flush the dust this Tuesday!

“Goreng Tetap Goreng” !

Yours Sincerely, Logic Trading Analysis


TheBursa Analyst: Tuesday 8 Novemeber 2016,

After the FBI released their statement concluding nothing suspicious on Hillary Clinton’s email, the world market and FBMKLCI rebounded.

As of now, the picture is dead clear, it is opportunity to make position today and tomorrow we shall take profit for short term players. Since Clinton is going to win, we will see market rebound. Hopefully, foreign investors and funds will come in to Malaysia again. Oil price rebounded as OPEC stated that Russia is on the same page as them to reduce production to reduce oil supply glut.

The oil price rebounded 1%. Good stocks to take position in are fundamentally good stocks to ensure you can sleep soundly if anything goes wrong. Cold eye stocks are good to invest in.

Stocks to trade tomorrow and Wednesday: Kimlun EFFICIENT RGB ANNJOO Many are asking to trade after the election, but themselves are taking position today : ) so its up to you.

Remember: uncertainty is the only certainty in the MARKET


8 November 2016, Tuesday

US Market : U.S. equities kicked off the week on a high note, closing sharply higher on Monday after the FBI again cleared Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton over her use of a private server.

Europe Market : European bourses closed higher on Monday after Hillary Clinton was again cleared of any wrongdoing by the FBI and investors put their money back into shares.

Precious Metal Gold : Gold prices fell on Monday as the dollar and stocks rallied, after federal investigators cleared Democrat Hillary Clinton of criminal charges related to her use of a private email server, just two days before the U.S. presidential election.

Crude Oil : Oil prices edged higher on Monday, supported by a rebound in other asset classes after news that U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will not face charges over her emails, but gains were capped by a rallying dollar and doubts over OPEC’s planned production cuts.

Indices & Commodities :

DJIA : 18,259.60 (+371.32)

S&P500 : 2,131.52 (+46.34)

NASDAQ : 5,166.17 (+119.80)

DAX : 10,456.95 (+197.82)

FTSE : 6,806.90 (+113.64)

EuroStoxx50 : 3,004.16 (+49.63)

Comex Gold : 1279.4 (-25.1)

Comex Copper : 2.3095 (+.0445)

WTI Crude Oil : 44.89 (+.82)

Brent Crude Oil : 46.15 (+.57)

Economic Events : Tentative – USD US Presidential Election Tentative – CNY Trade Balance, Exports & Imports 2.45PM – CHF Unemployment Rate 3.00PM – EUR German Industrial Production, German Trade Balance 5.30PM – GBP Manufacturing Production, Industrial Production 9.00PM – EUR EU Finance Ministers Meeting 11.00PM – USD JOLTs Job Openings FX &Bonds : USD/MYR – 4.211 EUR/USD – 1.104 GBP/MYR – 5.219 AUD/MYR – 3.251 SGD/MYR – 3.030 Msia 10 yr Bond Yield – 3.62% 7/11/2016 Bursa Trade Stat : Retail (13.85%) – net BUY 4.77mil Institution (60.28%) – net SELL 34.94mil Foreign (25.87%) – net BUY 30.17mil Total traded value


[11/UOBKH Retail Market Monitor 8 November 2016

FBMKLCI 1,650.59 (+2.35,+0.14%)

Support: 1,640, 1,634 Resistance: 1,679, 1,691 Top Gainers: Genting Bhd (+2.4%), Malayan Banking (+2.1%) and YTL Corporation (+1.3%) Top Losers: British American Tobacco (-2.0%), AMMB Holdings (-1.9%) and Hong Leong Financial Group     (-1.4%) US stocks closed higher on Monday as gains in the healthcare, technology and financials sectors led shares higher.

Equity markets rallied after the FBI Director James Comey said on Sunday that the Bureau is standing by its original findings, made in July, that Clinton should not be prosecuted for her handling of classified information over email as Secretary of State. Rising stocks outnumbered declining ones on the NYSE by 2,590 to 569 and 81 ended unchanged.

Stocks to watch:

1) OPENSYS (M); Technical Buy with +30.3% potential return *Last: RM0.370 Target: RM0.470, RM0.495 Stop: RM0.330 *Timeframe: 2 weeks to 2 months

2) WZ SATU; Technical BUY with +27.9% potential return *Last: RM1.11 Target: RM1.31, RM1.42 Stop: RM0.995 *Timeframe: 2 weeks to 2 months

3) EG INDUSTRIES; Technical BUY with +19.9% potential return *Last: RM0.830 Target: RM0.995, RM1.07, Stop: RM0.795 *Timeframe: 2 weeks to 2 months


*M+ Online Morning Buzz – 8Nov16*

*Dow Jones: 18,259.60 pts (+371.32pts, +2.08%)

* Traders turned bullish ahead of the U.S. presidential election and Wall Street soared strongly on the eve of the election, snapping the longest losing streak since 1980.

*FBM KLCI: 1,650.59 pts (+2.35pts, +0.14%)

* The FBM KLCI rebounded off the 1,645 level and further technical rebound may be seen towards the 1,660 level on the back of positive sentiments from the overseas markets.

*Crude Palm Oil: RM2,789 (+RM53, +1.94%)* Crude palm oil surged above the RM2,750 level amid weaker Ringgit. The next resistance will be set around the RM2,800 level.

*WTI Crude Oil: $44.89 (+$0.82, +1.86%)* Crude oil was supported near the US$43 level and trended sideways ahead of the government data. Upside target may be located around US$46 level.

*Gold: $1,281.64 (-$23.42, -1.79%)

* Gold pulled back sharply after sentiments turned bullish. Gold’s support will be anchored around US$1,250.

*Bursa Malaysia Trade Statistics – 7Nov16* Institutions: *Net SELL* 34.9 mln (60.3%) Retail: *Net BUY* 4.7 mln (13.8%) Foreign: *Net BUY* 30.2 mln (25.9%)

*Potential Momentum Stocks – 8Nov16*

*Stock Name: OPENSYS (0040)* Entry: Buy above RM0.36 Target: RM0.39 (8.3%), RM0.405 (12.5%) Stop: RM0.35 (-2.8%) Shariah: Yes Technical: Flag formation breakout

*Stock Name: MALTON (6181)* Entry: Buy above RM0.675 Target: RM0.70 (3.7%), RM0.71 (5.2%) Stop: RM0.665 (-1.5%) Shariah: Yes Technical: Rebounded off EMA9 _

*Source: Bloomberg, M+ Online*_

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