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In the second and final part of a discussion on the stock market for 2004 with I>StarBiz/Iassistant news editor I>JAGDEV SINGH SIDHU/Iand reporter I>ELAINE ANG/I>, the two fund managers - KLCS Asset Management executive director/chief investment officer Connie Ong and Fortress Capital Asset Management chief executive officer Thomas Yong - together with three research heads - AmResearch executive director Gan Kim Khoon, OSK Research's Pankaj Kumar, and KN Kenanga's Seow Choong Liang - tell us just what type of stocks they are looking at.
Whichever way the KLSE in 2003 will be looked at, it will be remembered as a roller coaster of a ride. From gloom of war and the despair of SARS to the euphoria of a multi-month rally that ended the three-year bear market, investors finally managed to revel in a booming stock market with no stumbling impediments in sight.
DESPITE the market correction last week, which saw the KLSE Composite Index (CI) falling to its lowest level in almost two months, local and foreign research houses remain confident the local bourse would end the year on a positive note.
RECOVERY themes such as banking and property as well as small- and mid-cap stocks are the tunes being sung for the KLSE in 2004, as selecting the right stocks takes on a more critical dimension in the current uncertain market conditions.
THE country's smooth leadership transition and the listing of Astro All Asia Networks plc next week could set the stage for another stock market surge similar to the one seen two weeks ago.
THERE is a sense of optimism among property developers that the property sector is on a strong path to recovery after weathering the challenges of the Iraq war and SARS outbreak, as well as the economic slowdown experienced over the past few years.
StarBiz held discussions with five panelists on the prospects for the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange for the rest of 2003. Their favourite counters.