KLCI ended 2015 at 1692.51 compared to 1761.25 at the end of 2014 , representing a minor loss of 3.9%.
Given the internal & external issues that Malaysia faced in 2015, KLCI's performance was actually not as bad as most of us would have imagined. It was actually better than Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia.
The reason for my portfolio gain is no other than those export-orientated stocks such as Inari, Globetronics, Latitude Tree, Heveaboard, Geshen, Scientex, Johore Tin, Heng Huat & Jadi Imaging.
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Throughout the year, only Matrix manage to register a "not bad" gain while Huayang & Tambun were both in red.
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Year 2015 is a difficult year for Malaysia. Crude oil price continue to slide while crude palm oil price also went down.