Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Wedding part 3

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Calling wife: Lao po, wo lia liao

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This costume is what he get by calling

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Free orange juice to drink..

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Be strong, hypnotized to take the banana

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No angpow no open door

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I am so fortunate

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Glowing gown...dont play play

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What is the panda doing there?

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Finally can bring her home

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More to come tomorrow

Monday, November 24, 2008

Wedding photography Mr Loh part 2

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Does this qualify as advertisement poster for Toyota?

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My wife (swee luan) said she love this pic

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Trying some photoshop effect

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Big ultraman fan

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This tai kam cher really ichiban...can sing, can talk, can dance, can MC

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More to come later...

Ask the pharmacist
If u need a wedding photographer to cover your wedding, pls call me at 016-2506347.
(Only available on Sunday)

Wedding photography Mr Loh Chon Fei & Ms Leong Sow Fun

Yesterday, i was given a chance to cover one of my friend wedding in Seri Kembangan, KL. They r one of the perfect match since the groom is handsome, tall and successful pharmacist and the bride is pretty, cute, and top pharmacist graduate of my year. I first met Chon Fei when i attended the NoGaPs gathering way back in 2002, after that i met his wife and him again when i was doing my houseman in HUKM. He is a friendly and cheerful person and i am glad to have such a friend.

Wedding day: 23 Nov 2008

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Cute right?

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Pretty right?

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Their new house

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More to come later... wait lar, i am still a full time pharmacist, not a full time photographer.

Friday, November 21, 2008

50mm f1.8 in action

All these pictures taken without flash, and low light at night. And the result really impressed me.

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Night time it's my playtime! haha

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See me 3.5 months baby walking

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Now.. see my muscles...

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OK..enough play..Time to pose

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We love u BB

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Lansi baby

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Canon 50mm F1.8

After some serious poisoning from my friends, i decided to get one from Digitals Mania. Their delivery is very fast with reasonable price. Who say making friends cost nothing?

Introducing my new lens, the Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II.
This lens is superb for its performance and price. I cant wait to use it on my BB tonight.

Why i didnt get this lens earlier?

Have u disposed your shares?

Buy on 3 Nov, sell on 14 Nov

Buy on 3 Nov, Sell on 13 Nov

Buy on 31 Oct, Sell on 7 Nov

The green line already below the blue line. I know it is hard to sell, but if u want to play, u got to follow the rules to get some from the table. Do not fell in love with your shares.
My previous post

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

She is the one who keep me going

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Fight for the truth, father!

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Never give up, no matter how bad the situation...

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U see, nothing is worse than me taking bath!

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Be strong father! I support u..

Saturday, November 08, 2008

Follow who?

So, follow people lost money, follow broker lost money, so now have to follow who?
Haha, of course follow the world richest man.
(I got note of this article from Sifu Samgang Blog. )

Published: October 16, 2008

THE financial world is a mess, both in the United States and abroad. Its problems, moreover, have been leaking into the general economy, and the leaks are now turning into a gusher. In the near term, unemployment will rise, business activity will falter and headlines will continue to be scary.

So ... I’ve been buying American stocks. This is my personal account I’m talking about, in which I previously owned nothing but United States government bonds. (This description leaves aside my Berkshire Hathaway holdings, which are all committed to philanthropy.) If prices keep looking attractive, my non-Berkshire net worth will soon be 100 percent in United States equities.


A simple rule dictates my buying: Be fearful when others are greedy, and be greedy when others are fearful. And most certainly, fear is now widespread, gripping even seasoned investors. To be sure, investors are right to be wary of highly leveraged entities or businesses in weak competitive positions. But fears regarding the long-term prosperity of the nation’s many sound companies make no sense. These businesses will indeed suffer earnings hiccups, as they always have. But most major companies will be setting new profit records 5, 10 and 20 years from now.

Let me be clear on one point: I can’t predict the short-term movements of the stock market. I haven’t the faintest idea as to whether stocks will be higher or lower a month — or a year — from now. What is likely, however, is that the market will move higher, perhaps substantially so, well before either sentiment or the economy turns up. So if you wait for the robins, spring will be over.

A little history here: During the Depression, the Dow hit its low, 41, on July 8, 1932. Economic conditions, though, kept deteriorating until Franklin D. Roosevelt took office in March 1933. By that time, the market had already advanced 30 percent. Or think back to the early days of World War II, when things were going badly for the United States in Europe and the Pacific. The market hit bottom in April 1942, well before Allied fortunes turned. Again, in the early 1980s, the time to buy stocks was when inflation raged and the economy was in the tank. In short, bad news is an investor’s best friend. It lets you buy a slice of America’s future at a marked-down price.

Over the long term, the stock market news will be good. In the 20th century, the United States endured two world wars and other traumatic and expensive military conflicts; the Depression; a dozen or so recessions and financial panics; oil shocks; a flu epidemic; and the resignation of a disgraced president. Yet the Dow rose from 66 to 11,497.

You might think it would have been impossible for an investor to lose money during a century marked by such an extraordinary gain. But some investors did. The hapless ones bought stocks only when they felt comfort in doing so and then proceeded to sell when the headlines made them queasy.

Today people who hold cash equivalents feel comfortable. They shouldn’t. They have opted for a terrible long-term asset, one that pays virtually nothing and is certain to depreciate in value. Indeed, the policies that government will follow in its efforts to alleviate the current crisis will probably prove inflationary and therefore accelerate declines in the real value of cash accounts.

Equities will almost certainly outperform cash over the next decade, probably by a substantial degree. Those investors who cling now to cash are betting they can efficiently time their move away from it later. In waiting for the comfort of good news, they are ignoring Wayne Gretzky’s advice: “I skate to where the puck is going to be, not to where it has been.”

I don’t like to opine on the stock market, and again I emphasize that I have no idea what the market will do in the short term. Nevertheless, I’ll follow the lead of a restaurant that opened in an empty bank building and then advertised: “Put your mouth where your money was.” Today my money and my mouth both say equities.

Warren E. Buffett is the chief executive of Berkshire Hathaway, a diversified holding company.

Ask the pharmacist

He can't be wrong right?

If he is wrong, then i got another person to follow. Wait for me, JC.

Why i say dont follow broker's recommendations?

After my nextnation, i thought i have to find someone who is more knowledgeable in financial field. Someone who is expert in company financial analysis, rather than getting the info from some blogger i dont know. Actually i dont blame them, they r just nice to share their experience. Nobody force me to buy nextnation, the final decision is still on my own hand.

I turned to broker's website. Reading their research. So I printed out few of the so called investment research from broker's website.

U cant be wrong following advise from somebody with the title HEAD OF RESEARCH of some listed company right? They got to have something special right?

After a year has passed, when i am bored, i will take it out and laugh at it. How lucky am i as i didnt follow them....although i did follow them on Kotra...(dog sh*t)

Today price: RM 2.04
Loss: 70%

Today price: RM 2.39
Loss: 40%

Today price: RM 3.78
Loss: 58%
Today price: RM 6.20
Loss: 43%

Today price: RM 0.40
Loss: 57%

Today price: RM 3.44
Loss: 64%

I guess if i follow all, i will be in holland now, not sharing my experience here. Mind u, these r the only few i printed out and all lost money. What about the rest?