Palm Oil Internet Seminar

Palm Oil : Challenges, Opportunities And Latest Market Directions:
Technical Analysis of Bursa Malaysia Crude Palm Oil Futures
By: Mr. KK Loh

Mr. KK Loh graduated from the University of Malaya with a Bachelor of Arts (Hon) in 1987. He is currently attached to CIMB Investment Bank, under Retail Equities Division, managing his own Unit. KK specialises in the Palm Oil Futures market as well as in the field of Technical Analysis. He has presented numerous papers at international conferences organised by the Bursa Malaysia Bhd and the Malaysian Palm Oil Council. In addition, he has also presented papers covering Technical Analysis of the palm oil markets at previous POC conferences. KK’s clientele base consists of international merchants, refineries and producers. His daily market commentaries and weekly chart analyses are closely followed by the international palm oil community.
2012/13 pits continued tumultuous macroeconomics against a potential ‘grand-slam’ curtailment in global grains/oilseeds production. Both sides of this divide hold valid views but ultimately the actual price swings will be the final settlement.

The cruxes of the contention are:

• whether global macroeconomics will slump more and further depress commodity markets in general or that

• supply-demand inelasticity on essential produce will diverge these two streams.

To this end, this paper will infer the US Dollar, Dow Jones Industrial Index, Crude Oil markets as macroeconomic indicators vis-a-vis South American CdSBO, CBoT Oils & grains and BMD CPO Futures markets for produce pricing.

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Questions & Answers (3) :
KK Loh
12 years ago
Yes, triple-bottom even if u take the low of oct '08. Certainly very sensitive make-or-break point here in the 2700/2800 zone. However MUST close abv 2900 for composure and abv 2950 for push.
Zyman Marzuki
12 years ago
Do you think there is a double bottom forming in CPO futures?
Lim Teck Chaii
12 years ago
KK Loh, a specilst in the field of Technical Analysis for Palm Oil Futures market, forecast volatility in CPO price for second half of 2012. Range of price movement is between RM2,800 - RM3,200. Price movement is pitted against possible global slowdown and low availability of grains/oilseeds.
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