SABAH FOREX (SFX)

Sabah Forex (SFx) merupakan forum terbuka yang direka khas untuk membantu warga Sabah yang berminat untuk menceburi dunia Forex. Dalam forum ini, tema utama ialah perbincangan,perkongsian & pembelajaran tentang Forex.

PENGHARAMAN FOREX TRADING DI MALAYSIA

Share

tradingventure
The Quiet Type
The Quiet Type

Registration date: 2009-11-14
Number of posts: 11
Job: Stockbroker, Analyst, Trader
Age: 33
Location: Tuaran

PENGHARAMAN FOREX TRADING DI MALAYSIA

Post by tradingventure on 18th November 2009, 00:04

Assalaamu'alaikum, Salam Sejahtera, dan Salam Satu Malaysia!...
Saya cuma ingin berkongsi maklumat dan pendapat rakan2 tentang undang-undang yang mengharamkan penglibatan individu2 dalam perniagaan FOREX ni. Mungkin ramai di antara FSF member ni yang sudah sedia maklum tentang undang2 tersebut, walaubagaimanapun saya pastekan sedikit di sini sebagai rujukan.
Untuk yang lebih lengkap sila ke: http://www.bnm.gov.my/index.php?ch=14&pg=17&ac=15&full=1

*********************************
Exchange Control Act 1953
LAWS OF MALAYSIA
Act 17
Exchange Control Act 1953
(Revised—1969)


PART II

GOLD AND FOREIGN CURRENCY

4. Dealings in gold and foreign currency.
(1) Except with the permission of the Controller, no person, other than an authorized dealer, shall, in Malaysia—Act A1241.
(a) buy or borrow any gold or foreign currency from;
(b) sell or lend any gold or foreign currency to; or
(c) do any act which involves, is in association with, or is preparatory to, buying or borrowing any gold or foreign currency from, or selling or lending any gold or foreign currency to, any person other than an authorized dealer.

(2) Except with the permission of the Controller, no person resident in the scheduled territories, other than an authorised dealer, shall, in Malaysia, do any act which involves, is in association with, or is preparatory to, buying or borrowing any gold or foreign currency from, or selling or lending any gold or foreign currency to, any person outside Malaysia.

(3) Where a person buys or borrows any gold or foreign currency or does any act which involves, is in association with, or is preparatory to, buying or borrowing any gold or foreign currency in Malaysia, or being a person resident in the scheduled territories, does any act which involves, is in association with, or is preparatory to, the buying or borrowing of gold or foreign currency outside Malaysia, he shall comply with such conditions as to the use to which it may be put or the period for which it may be retained as may from time to time be notified to him by the Controller. Act A1241.

4A. Advertisements relating to dealings in gold and foreign currency.

(1) Except with the permission of the Controller, no person, other than an authorized dealer, shall issue or publish, or otherwise facilitate the issuance or publication by any person of, an advertisement containing— Act A1241.
(a) an invitation or an offer to buy, borrow, sell or lend any gold or foreign currency; or
(b) information which is intended or might reasonably be presumed to be intended to lead, directly or indirectly, to the buying, borrowing, selling or lending of any gold or foreign currency.
(2) For the purposes of this section, “advertisement” means the disseminating or conveying of information, invitation or solicitation by any means or in any form, including by means of—
(a) any newspaper, magazine, journal or other periodical;
(b) posters, notices or signboards;
(c) circulars, handbills, brochures, pamphlets, books or other documents;
(d) letters addressed to individuals or bodies;
(e) photographs or cinematograph films; or
(f) sound broadcasting, television, computers or other electronic means.

*********************************
Untuk rakan2 yang kurang faham bahasa Inggeris, undang2 ni mengharamkan segala bentuk jual beli dan pinjam meminjam matawang asing dan juga emas kecuali dengan izin "Controller" ie. Bank Negara. Diharamkan juga segala bentuk pengiklanan bagi tujuan mempromosikan perniagaan FOREX ni di Malaysia.

So, di sini saya cuma ingin berkongsi maklumat lah sebab ramai sudah trader2 di malaysia yang sudah di berkas terutama sekali yang mempunyai syarikat. Kita boleh search melalui akhbar2 tempatan, seluruh Malaysia diorg buat operasi. Sabah, Sarawak, Semenanjung kena. Denda tidak melebihi RM1juta atau penjara tidak melebihi 5-tahun atau kedua-duanya
sekali. (Berat ni ging!..takut sia)

Apa pendapat rakan2 sekalian sebagai seorang trader yang "cari makan" dalam bisnes ni, ataupun yang baru ja mau berjinak2 dalam ni bisnes?...

Bagi saya; sewa bot mewah ramai2 pastu pegi sempadan untuk trade, ahahaha! .
....ataupun bagi yg terer computer tu bolehla spoof IP address pastu trade sorang2 jgn sampai kedapatan...

P/S: maafla saya bukan berniat utuk menakut2kan kita semua tapi ni mmg satu kenyataan...

priva
The Quiet Type
The Quiet Type

Registration date: 2009-09-21
Number of posts: 70
Job: Reading.
Age: 29
Location: Sarawak

Re: PENGHARAMAN FOREX TRADING DI MALAYSIA

Post by priva on 18th November 2009, 01:09

Hremmm...
Maaf... lalu sebentar tuan...

Kawalan ler... bukan pengharaman.
Undang2 pakai kawal, agama mungkin haram...
Plus, undang2 tidak blh baca satu part saja.


****************************************************************************************************

toyolman
Elite Poster
Elite Poster

Registration date: 2009-04-01
Number of posts: 739
Job: Perompak Forex Bersiri Epsiod 2
Age: 50
Location: Sun duck and Sabah

Re: PENGHARAMAN FOREX TRADING DI MALAYSIA

Post by toyolman on 18th November 2009, 15:27

Aku pun tia paham bahasa org putih tia insem nie....tapikan ari tu ada pulak broker forex p ikut tu expo sana kl dia punya iklan uinnn basar2 baa siap bawa sumandaks g...siapa tu aaa....
Kadang2 undang2 m'sia nie tia paham juga....sakajap buli sakajap tia buli....kalo mcm nie aku tia mo ikut barisanlah aku mo pakai numbul saja baa...yg panting tatap marompak duit forex...


****************************************************************************************************
Any time baa kalo kau...

EA TOBOT LIVE SUPPORT
Kalau mau cuba jangan ragu-ragu, Kalau ragu jangan cuba-cuba
[b]TRADE FOREX IS SIMPLE BUT NOT TO EASY
NEVER n EVER BREAK THE RULE
[/b]

surFXwave
The Quiet Type
The Quiet Type

Registration date: 2009-11-11
Number of posts: 27
Job: Full Time FOREX Trader
Age: 37
Location: Seremban

Re: PENGHARAMAN FOREX TRADING DI MALAYSIA

Post by surFXwave on 18th November 2009, 16:18

tradingventure wrote:Exchange Control Act 1953
LAWS OF MALAYSIA
Act 17
Exchange Control Act 1953
(Revised—1969)


Revised - 1969... aduh! Sia belum lahir lagi tu Cerita lama...

Update terkini. Revised 2005


Statement bank negara pada 2005 tentang forex (hukum foex dari segi undang2)

Thursday March 24, 2005
Bank Negara relaxes rules for overseas investment
BY IZATUN SHARI
KUALA
LUMPUR: Malaysian individuals and corporations who are debt-free can
now take any amount of their money abroad effective April 1.

Previously, individuals could only repatriate up to RM10,000 overseas without obtaining permission from Bank Negara.
Credit card debt and housing and car loans are not considered as debt or credit facilities.
This
relaxation for investment abroad, announced by Bank Negara governor Tan
Sri Dr Zeti Akhtar Aziz yesterday, is part of the central bank's
continuous effort to reduce the regulatory cost of doing business and
enhance efficiency of the delivery system
She also said that unit
trust companies would be allowed to invest up to 30% of the net asset
value overseas from the current 10%, and fund managers could invest any
amount of money overseas belonging to Malaysians and foreigners that
did not have domestic credit facilities.
Speaking during the release
of the Bank Negara 2004 annual report, Zeti said individuals with debts
could invest any amount of their foreign currency funds or convert
ringgit up to RM100,000 per annum for overseas investment.
Analysts
see the move as a way of utilising the vast amount of money that is
circulating throughout the economy or sitting as deposits in banks.
They
said that present foreign exchange reserves, which amounted to
US$73.2bil (RM278bil), had enabled Bank Negara to make these changes.
Among the other measures announced by Bank Negara are:
FOR
education or overseas employment purposes, individuals can covert up to
US$150,000 (RM570,000) for credit into foreign currency accounts (FCA)
onshore or offshore in Labuan and up to US$50,000 (RM190,000) into
overseas FCA;
INDIVIDUALS are free to open FCA onshore and offshore without getting Bank Negara’s permission;
INDIVIDUALS
without any domestic debts are free to convert unlimited amount of
their ringgit funds for credit into their FCA while corporations with
debt are allowed to convert up to RM10mil in a calendar year into their
FCA;
THE aggregate limit for foreign currency borrowing by
individuals is increased to RM10mil while corporations may now obtain
foreign currency credit facilities up to RM50mil; and
THE foreign currency borrowing may be used to finance overseas investment up to RM10mil.
For
the purpose of compiling data on the inflow and outflow of funds,
transactions involving investments abroad and foreign currency credit
facilities would continue to be reported to Bank Negara through a
registration process.
Transactions that need to be registered
include remittance of funds from Malaysia that exceeds RM50,000 and the
procurement of foreign currency credit facilities exceeding RM1mil.

Source >> http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?fi ... sec=nation


Thursday April 7, 2005
Liberalisation of the Foreign Exchange Administration Rules
As
part of Bank Negara Malaysia’s continuous effort to further enhance the
business environment, increase efficiency of the regulatory delivery
system and promote wider risk management options, further relaxations
of the foreign exchange administration rules are made with effect from
1 April 2005.
In addition, Bank Negara Malaysia has also reviewed
and further liberalised the fixed deposit rate placed by non-SME
corporations and non-residents with immediate effect.
Liberalisation of foreign exchange administration rules

Effective 1 April 2005, the following foreign exchange administration rules and procedures are liberalised further.
A. Overseas investment
To
give greater flexibility for overseas investment, changes are made to
the thresholds for investment abroad, including extension of credit
facilities to non-residents and placement of funds by residents from
the current limit of RM10,000 to the following :-
Residents without
domestic credit facilities are free to invest abroad in foreign
currency, to be funded either from their own foreign currency or from
conversion of ringgit funds.
Corporations with domestic credit
facilities are also free to use their foreign currency funds or convert
ringgit up to RM10 million per annum for investment in foreign currency
assets. These corporations must have a minimum shareholders’ fund of
RM100,000 and must be operating for at least 1 year.
Individuals
with domestic credit facilities may invest abroad any amount of their
foreign currency funds or convert ringgit up to RM100,000 per annum for
such purposes.
The threshold for investing abroad funds attributed
to residents by a unit trust company is increased to 30%, from the
current 10%, of the Net Asset Value of all resident funds managed by
the unit trust company. There continues to be no restriction on
investment abroad for funds attributed to non-resident clients.
Fund
managers may now invest abroad any amount of funds belonging to
non-resident clients and resident clients that do not have any domestic
credit facilities. They are also free to invest up to 30% of funds of
resident clients with domestic credit facilities. Currently they may
invest only 10% of resident funds, irrespective whether the resident
clients have any domestic credit facilities.

B. Foreign Currency Account (FCA)
Rules on retention of foreign currency by residents are further liberalised :-
Residents are free to open FCA onshore or offshore (except for export FCA). No specific prior permission is required.
There is no limit on the amount of foreign currency funds a resident is able to retain onshore or offshore.
A
resident without any domestic credit facilities is free to convert any
amount of his ringgit funds for credit into his FCA maintained onshore
or offshore.
A resident corporation with domestic credit facilities
is allowed to convert ringgit up to RM10 million in a calendar year for
credit into its FCA.
A resident individual with domestic credit facilities is also allowed to convert ringgit for credit into FCA as follows-
For education or overseas employment purposes
Up to USD150,000 for credit into onshore FCA or FCA maintained with offshore banks in Labuan; and
Up to USD50,000 for credit into overseas FCA.
For other purposes
Up to RM100,000 per annum.
Exporters
may now retain any amount of their foreign currency export proceeds
onshore with licensed banks. The current limits of between USD30
million and USD100 million are abolished. All export proceeds continue
to be required to be repatriated to Malaysia onshore.

C. Foreign Currency Credit Facilities
To
enhance access to foreign currency funding, limits for foreign currency
credit facilities that can be obtained by residents from non-residents,
licensed onshore banks and licensed merchant banks have been increased
as follows :-
Resident corporation, on a per corporate group
basis, may now obtain foreign currency credit facilities up to the
aggregate of RM50 million equivalent. The foreign currency borrowing
may be used to finance overseas investment up to RM10 million
equivalent.
The aggregate limit for foreign currency borrowing by
individuals is also increased from RM5 million to RM10 million
equivalent. The funds may be used for any purposes, including financing
overseas investments.
D. Hedging
To facilitate better and more
efficient risk management of currency exposure, rules on hedging are
also liberalised further to allow residents as well as non-residents to
enter into hedging arrangements with licensed onshore banks as follows
:-
Residents
Any committed or anticipatory current account transactions.
Any committed capital account payments, including loan repayment due within 24 months, and committed receipts.
Foreign currency exposures of approved overseas investment (equity hedge).
Non-residents
Any inflow or outflow of funds for firm committed transactions.

E. Domestic borrowing by Non-Resident Controlled Companies
The
rules for domestic borrowing by Non-Resident Controlled Companies are
fully liberalised by removing the current RM50 million limit and the
3:1 gearing ratio requirement.
Prior registration for statistical purposes
For
purpose of compiling balance of payment statistics on the inflow and
outflow of funds from the country, transactions involving investment
abroad, hedging and foreign currency credit facilities would continue
to be reported to Bank Negara Malaysia through a registration process.
In summary, the following transactions under the liberalised rules are
required to be registered-
Remittance of funds exceeding RM50,000 equivalent from Malaysia for investment abroad;
Procurement
of foreign currency credit facilities exceeding RM1 million; and
Proposal by resident to enter into forward foreign exchange contracts
to hedge current account transactions on anticipatory basis and all
transactions under financial account transactions exceeding the
equivalent of USD10 million.
Bank Negara Malaysia has also
launched the Exchange Control Approval and Monitoring System (ECAMS)
for online submission of application on foreign exchange administration
transactions. Information on the foreign exchange administration rules
and the application/registration forms for online submission may be
obtained on the Bank Negara Malaysia website at http://www.bnm.gov.my/fxadmin.

Liberalisation on fixed deposit rates
With
immediate effect, fixed deposits placed by non-SME corporations and
non-residents, regardless of the amount, will be on a full-negotiated
basis and no longer subject to the floor rates prescribed by Bank
Negara Malaysia.
Fixed deposits of up to RM1 million placed by
individuals, SMEs and other depositors for tenures of 1 to 12 months
will continue to be subject to the prescribed floor rates.
The prescribed floor rates remain unchanged at 3% per annum for 1-month and 3.70% per annum for 12-month deposits.
Further
information can be obtained by contacting the helpdesk at 03-2693 2617
or 03-2691 6606 which is open from 24 March 2005 to 30 April 2005
during office hours (9.00 am to 5.00 pm) on Monday to Friday.
Members
of the public may also forward their enquiries via e-mail address:
ecams_jppa @bnm.gov.my or fax : 03-2694 3991, 03- 2691 3266 or 03-2693
7732.

Bank Negara Malaysia 23 March 2005

Source >> http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2005/4/7/business/20050407160002&sec=business

roslanab
Happy Camper
Happy Camper

Registration date: 2008-12-04
Number of posts: 292
Job: main benggol di bawah kolong
Age: 39
Location: di hatimu

Re: PENGHARAMAN FOREX TRADING DI MALAYSIA

Post by roslanab on 18th November 2009, 16:27

uihh mau naik darah tinggi saya baca orang putih. kalau sampai 200 suda bacaan darah tinggi saya ni bulih bertukar jadi incredibel hulk.

Boleh ka sepa2 yg boleh kasi ringkaskan ke bahasa melayu.

tradingventure
The Quiet Type
The Quiet Type

Registration date: 2009-11-14
Number of posts: 11
Job: Stockbroker, Analyst, Trader
Age: 33
Location: Tuaran

Re: PENGHARAMAN FOREX TRADING DI MALAYSIA

Post by tradingventure on 18th November 2009, 17:03

ahaha kesian si roslanab..

surFXwave:
maaf yang tu berkenaan dengan pelaburan (hartanah, bisnes, etc. bukan pasal trading forex)...dan Foreign Currency Account (FCA) tu mmg boleh buka tapi bukan untuk trading forex..

untuk lebih jelas sila ke: http://www.bnm.gov.my/index.php?ch=14&pg=17&ac=15&full=1 ...sila rujuk paragraph 4. (last amendment 1 jan 2007)

roslanab:
Undang2 ni (Exchange Control Act 195) tidak membenarkan segala bentuk aktiviti jual beli atau/dan pinjam meminjam
matawang asing dan juga emas kecuali dengan izin Bank
Negara. Diharamkan juga segala bentuk pengiklanan bagi tujuan
mempromosikan aktiviti2 tersebut di Malaysia.

denda maksimum RM 1juta atau 5thn penjara atau kedua2nya skali...

untuk lebih lanjut boleh rujuk link di atas..

sinukab
Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

Registration date: 2009-02-07
Number of posts: 1096
Job: baru belajar memorex
Age: 34
Location: Pitas & Beaufort Sabah

Re: PENGHARAMAN FOREX TRADING DI MALAYSIA

Post by sinukab on 18th November 2009, 17:10

hehe, jd amacam la kita forex trader ni kunun? masuk jail ka? takut ni tau... megagar ni tangan menaip...


****************************************************************************************************

surFXwave
The Quiet Type
The Quiet Type

Registration date: 2009-11-11
Number of posts: 27
Job: Full Time FOREX Trader
Age: 37
Location: Seremban

Re: PENGHARAMAN FOREX TRADING DI MALAYSIA

Post by surFXwave on 18th November 2009, 17:27

Tq tradingventure In that case... the key words are AUTHORIZED DEALERS.

tradingventure
The Quiet Type
The Quiet Type

Registration date: 2009-11-14
Number of posts: 11
Job: Stockbroker, Analyst, Trader
Age: 33
Location: Tuaran

Re: PENGHARAMAN FOREX TRADING DI MALAYSIA

Post by tradingventure on 18th November 2009, 17:40

yes surFXwave that's correct!..
List of Authorised Dealers of Foreign Currency Pursuant to Section 2 of the Exchange Control Act 1953
http://www.bnm.gov.my/index.php?ch=17&pg=697&ac=606

sinukab:
ntahla geng..trade diam2 ja la brgkali..jgn kestau urang yg nda kenal..nnti kedapatan..hehe...
haritu ada beberapa org sudah kena..check news link ni:

http://www.bernama.com/bernama/v5/newsindex.php?id=353816
http://www.dailyexpress.com.my/news.cfm?NewsID=47334

sinukab
Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

Registration date: 2009-02-07
Number of posts: 1096
Job: baru belajar memorex
Age: 34
Location: Pitas & Beaufort Sabah

Re: PENGHARAMAN FOREX TRADING DI MALAYSIA

Post by sinukab on 18th November 2009, 17:51

tradingventure wrote:yes surFXwave that's correct!..
List of Authorised Dealers of Foreign Currency Pursuant to Section 2 of the Exchange Control Act 1953
http://www.bnm.gov.my/index.php?ch=17&pg=697&ac=606

sinukab:
ntahla geng..trade diam2 ja la brgkali..jgn kestau urang yg nda kenal..nnti kedapatan..hehe...
haritu ada beberapa org sudah kena..check news link ni:

http://www.bernama.com/bernama/v5/newsindex.php?id=353816
[url=http://www.dailyexpress.com.my/news.cfm?NewsID=47334
http://www.dailyexpress.com.my/news.cfm?NewsID=47334[/quote[/url]]
cerita dailyexpress ni seolah2 ni company terima deposit dari org awam.. ini suda tarang2 salah.


****************************************************************************************************

tradingventure
The Quiet Type
The Quiet Type

Registration date: 2009-11-14
Number of posts: 11
Job: Stockbroker, Analyst, Trader
Age: 33
Location: Tuaran

Re: PENGHARAMAN FOREX TRADING DI MALAYSIA

Post by tradingventure on 18th November 2009, 18:13

deposit taking tu lain lagi sinukab...
deposit taking masuk dalam Section 25(1) of the Banking and Financial Institutions Act 1989 (BAFIA)
...upon conviction; imprisonment of up to 10 years or with a fine up to RM10 million, or both.

yang di atas tu saya ambil petikan dia ni:
"Mudi and the company had committed an offence under Section 4(2) of the Exchange Control Act 1953 (Act 17)"...The charge carries a maximum of RM10,000 fine or up to three years' jail, or both, upon conviction.

surFXwave
The Quiet Type
The Quiet Type

Registration date: 2009-11-11
Number of posts: 27
Job: Full Time FOREX Trader
Age: 37
Location: Seremban

Re: PENGHARAMAN FOREX TRADING DI MALAYSIA

Post by surFXwave on 18th November 2009, 18:25

Bank Negara Raids 6 Firms On Suspicion Of Illegal Forex Dealings





KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 19 (Bernama) -- Bank Negara Malaysia
raided six companies on suspicion of conducting illegal foreign
currency dealings in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor, an offence under
Section 4 of the Exchange Control Act 1953.

The companies' assets and documents were seized for investigation, the central bank said in a statement.

The Monday raid was mounted following complaints from the public
on AFS Global Holdings Sdn Bhd, Reed Corporation Sdn Bhd, Sigma
Platinum Sdn Bhd, Wisdom Spectrum Sdn Bhd, Maxficient Consultancy Sdn
Bhd and Practical Support Sdn Bhd.

More detail >>> http://www.bernama.com/bernama/v5/newsindex.php?id=353816

Busted! Because clearly acted as Unauthorized FX Broker in Malaysia plus illegal deposit taking.


Kota Kinabalu: A company director was fined RM2,000 or
three months' jail by the Magistrate's Court here Tuesday for illegal
involvement in a foreign exchange (forex) deal with a foreign firm
three years ago. Local Jeffary Mudi, 35, of Asset Forrich Sdn Bhd (AFSB), admitted
before Magistrate Azreena Aziz to committing the offence between Jan.
10 and May 20, 2005 at Lot A1202-7-11, 12th floor, Wisma Merdeka, here.
The company was also ordered to pay RM2,000 fine for the same offence. Mudi admitted to having been involved in the forex deal, without the
permission from the Foreign Exchange Controller, with a New Zealand
firm, Goldex Equities Limited, whose registered address was Level 2,
Windsor Court, 128-136, Parnell Road, Auckland. .....................
....................
It was also allowed by GEL to provide administrative facility such as
opening a trading account, depositing money in GEL agent's account,
issuing user ID and password as well as GEL official receipt.

Read more >>> http://www.dailyexpress.com.my/news.cfm?NewsID=47334

Busted! Because clearly acting as a Broker itself without authorization and illegal deposit taking.

coque
The Quiet Type
The Quiet Type

Registration date: 2009-10-13
Number of posts: 15
Job: Jobless / surfing
Age: 29
Location: kk Sabah

Re: PENGHARAMAN FOREX TRADING DI MALAYSIA

Post by coque on 18th November 2009, 19:01

baru mo blajar trade suda kana ban....alalaalal

tradingventure
The Quiet Type
The Quiet Type

Registration date: 2009-11-14
Number of posts: 11
Job: Stockbroker, Analyst, Trader
Age: 33
Location: Tuaran

Re: PENGHARAMAN FOREX TRADING DI MALAYSIA

Post by tradingventure on 18th November 2009, 19:16

coque, jgn patah smangat bah..kalau pun forex sudah btul2 nda boleh trade, banyak lagi benda lain yg kau boleh trade..contohnya: stocks, derivatives, futures: index/palm oil/etc., CFD, ETF, dan bermacam2 lagi..ikut kau ja mana sesuai sama risk appetite kau..

kalau mau yang high risk mcm forex ni try futures (or commodity)..index futures, palm oil, soybean, crude oil, etc...
yang sedang2 sikit mcm stocks, ETF, etc..

yang penting kau tau mcm mana mau start..apa perkara2 yang kau perlu tau dan belajar..(sorry, no shortcut!) hehe

coque
The Quiet Type
The Quiet Type

Registration date: 2009-10-13
Number of posts: 15
Job: Jobless / surfing
Age: 29
Location: kk Sabah

Re: PENGHARAMAN FOREX TRADING DI MALAYSIA

Post by coque on 18th November 2009, 20:01

thanx bro...ya never give up..hehehe

Peter Schiff Was Right
Happy Camper
Happy Camper

Registration date: 2009-11-16
Number of posts: 286
Job: Walking...Walking...Walking and Walking again....
Age: 30
Location: 88 Post Road West, 5rd Floor Westport, CT 67890

Re: PENGHARAMAN FOREX TRADING DI MALAYSIA

Post by Peter Schiff Was Right on 18th November 2009, 20:17

Bgs kita tinggal sna singapore maw trade forex,stock,futures,CFD,options dan mcm2 lg x da org maw larang puas2 lah kita trading pun x pa sni malaysia nie sush jg skit mcm2 dia punya law 2 adoiii paning kpala ko,2 lah company2 investment luar negara sush skit maw masuk market malaysia nie smua p singapore base dia utk asia pacific and south east asia...

sinukab
Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

Registration date: 2009-02-07
Number of posts: 1096
Job: baru belajar memorex
Age: 34
Location: Pitas & Beaufort Sabah

Re: PENGHARAMAN FOREX TRADING DI MALAYSIA

Post by sinukab on 18th November 2009, 20:46

hehe, ok teruskan brainstorming..


****************************************************************************************************

Peter Schiff Was Right
Happy Camper
Happy Camper

Registration date: 2009-11-16
Number of posts: 286
Job: Walking...Walking...Walking and Walking again....
Age: 30
Location: 88 Post Road West, 5rd Floor Westport, CT 67890

Re: PENGHARAMAN FOREX TRADING DI MALAYSIA

Post by Peter Schiff Was Right on 18th November 2009, 21:02

Ada sbb bha 2 knapa goverment kita bwat law g2 dia x maw bnyak rakyat malaysia investing d luar malaysia pengaliran keluar mata wang ringgit kalu tlampau bnyak sush jg nie ekonomi malaysia nnt,ehmmm sma kalu kita invest di offshore capital market nnt sapa maw invest d dlm market malaysia mcm ASW,AS1MALAYSIA,ASWAWASAN2020 bnyak lg lah saudara2 AS nie x terkira ohhh BSKL lg KLCI mcm2 spesis produk financial ada nie d malaysia x kena pkai 2 nnt hehehehe....

tradingventure
The Quiet Type
The Quiet Type

Registration date: 2009-11-14
Number of posts: 11
Job: Stockbroker, Analyst, Trader
Age: 33
Location: Tuaran

Re: PENGHARAMAN FOREX TRADING DI MALAYSIA

Post by tradingventure on 18th November 2009, 23:17

Saya rasa la kan BNM nda juga bah mau serbu semua trader FX ni...telampau ramai yg trade, tiap2 ari ada ja baru buka account, mcm cendawan tumbuh di pagi hari...tapi apa2 pun hati2 la kawan2 semua yg trade FX ni especially yang sudah jadi Introducing Broker (IB) tu sbb IB ni yg jadi first target diorg kalau mo buat operasi...

IB yg jaga customer dia bagus2 dan tidak tamak duit nda apa la mungkin disebabkan kebaikan kamu tuhan boleh kasi chance..tapi IB yg tamak melampau2 sampai menipu customer tu jaga2 la..

mo jadi IB ni bukan mcm mo jadi broker saham atau futures perlu ambil lesen lg dan undang2 sangat ketat..silap sikit lesen kena gantung..so bisnes pun terbengkalai atau kena buang kerja..sbbtu mo kena buat "due diligence" tu btul2 klau mo slamat...

tapi kalau IB plak undang2 specific utk IB di malaysia ni tiada, so suka hati la diorg mo buat "due diligence" ka tidak itu bgantung atas budi bicara masing2..sbb tiada undang2 khusus yang mengawal aktiviti2 IB di malaysia ni...sbbtu "sesetengah" IB yg tamak senang2 jak diorg menipu (atau menyembunyikan kebenaran) drp customer diorg...kesian customer yg baru blajar tu...

bagus jugakla ni FSF supaya trader2 baru boleh cari maklumat di sini dan tidak tertipu oleh pihak2 yang hanya mementingkan periuk nasi sendiri sahaja tanpa memikirkan kesusahan org lain...

Peter Schiff Was Right
Happy Camper
Happy Camper

Registration date: 2009-11-16
Number of posts: 286
Job: Walking...Walking...Walking and Walking again....
Age: 30
Location: 88 Post Road West, 5rd Floor Westport, CT 67890

Re: PENGHARAMAN FOREX TRADING DI MALAYSIA

Post by Peter Schiff Was Right on 18th November 2009, 23:32

Yaaa btl2 2 tuan tradingventure saya setuju 2 kebnyakkan IB Forex d malaysia nie x kena pantau bha sepatutnya BNM bwat satu undang2 atau regulation utk IB2 forex nie dan menjaga hak2 investor,kalu ada undang2 atau regulation mcm g2 kena protect jg kan investor2,IB2 nie patut nya educate para2 investor drg mcm mana maw trade,explain skit 2 akta2 BAFIA&ECA bkn nya take advantage sma client2 drg 2 yg bwat industri forex d malaysia khususnya d sabah tambah negetif...

nazz
Active Poster
Active Poster

Registration date: 2009-07-04
Number of posts: 450
Job: Make money, Trading fx dan Enjoy
Age: 26
Location: W P Labuan

Re: PENGHARAMAN FOREX TRADING DI MALAYSIA

Post by nazz on 18th November 2009, 23:34

alang2 kasi haram sekali la bank2 dan pengurup wang buat operasi bru ngam. dan jg, haramkan pelancong asing masuk negara.. hahahaha..jd, xde lngsung forex. export dan import pun haramkan. biar kita mcm katak dalam tempurung kelapa tua atas pokok.

Peter Schiff Was Right
Happy Camper
Happy Camper

Registration date: 2009-11-16
Number of posts: 286
Job: Walking...Walking...Walking and Walking again....
Age: 30
Location: 88 Post Road West, 5rd Floor Westport, CT 67890

Re: PENGHARAMAN FOREX TRADING DI MALAYSIA

Post by Peter Schiff Was Right on 18th November 2009, 23:39

Huhuhuhu kalu g2 maw tukar PM 2 taw bro mogok trus nie 1 malaysia hehehehe....

merrymarshall
The Quiet Type
The Quiet Type

Registration date: 2013-10-16
Number of posts: 1
Job: a/c
Age: 21
Location: nizamuddin

How to trade via Forex.com?

Post by merrymarshall on 16th October 2013, 05:57

Forex.com is Gain Capital. They, alone with FXCM.com and FXDD.com are some of the best and biggest brokers in the world for the Forex. So you picked a good broker.
he key to Forex trading success though is much more than just a good strategy. Actually, a good strategy is not even the most difficult part. The hard part is money management, because you can't just download good money management skills.Sad Sad Sad Sad

    Current date/time is 17th September 2014, 23:30