Thursday, August 19, 2010


OSKIC Game Portfolio
Part 2 begins with your game portfolio definition-Stock on Hand page

Familiar with this page as it is important for you in managing your portfolio, or should have said your investment shares.

[picture cropped frm OSKIC_game portfolio_stock sold page]

Starting Capital (RM) = the modal automatically given by OSKIC system

Purchase Value (RM) = Value of share that you have bought in trading

Market Value (RM) = The Value of share at the moment (Last), it might higher than purchase value, or lower than purchase value or equal to your purchase value

Gross P/L Value (RM) =Total gross profit or loss value of your share at the moment, without counting the brokerage fees of 0.42%. Gross P/L= MV-PV

Cash at Hand (RM) = the cash flow you hold at the moment

Game Limit = it refers 2 how many cash you still can do trading in the market. It will deduct the money where you have made order but haven’t match in the market. Negative value appears when you have made an order of selling share but haven’t match in the market.

Next, at the column below of it are showing the shares that you hold on your hand.
Stock= AirAsia,
Quantity at hold= 2500/25lot,
Market value=quantity*last price=2500*1.7 =4250
Gross P/L= gross profit/ loss of the share= 7.15 = (MV+PV*1.0042)*quantity = (1.7-
Last Price= last price transaction had occurred at the trading market.

Well, phew! It is an easy part right! Important reminder for you all! Each and every transaction that you have made in this investment challenge is charging for 0.42% of brokerage fees of your total transaction price! It’s inclusive of whether selling or buying transaction.

Confusing of how to make an earning through buying and selling? You have forgotten your price of purchasing? Here are some tips for you! Jot down each and every transaction you have made, especially your buying price and buying lots, as you will be able to make it as reference to do decision of selling or time to increase your holding lots. Try to calculate at your selling price, included the 0.42% brokerage fees, it is manage to cover up your gross profit value!

It’s tiring to prepare more at the moment, so just to explain in shorter ways for another 2 page, Stock Sold and Trade History.

Stock Sold is the page where you can refer back to your transaction that you manage to sell your stock.

There will be showing the stock which you have sold, total quantity you have sold and the average price/share (selling price+0.42% brokerage fees), and at last the sell value (selling price-0.42%*lots of share)

Here it has done one page, so just continue with the last page, Trade History. It seems a bit complicate on this page, yet it shows all the transaction made whether to buy or to sell your shares.
[picture cropped frm OSKIC_game portfolio_trade history page]

All the transaction succeeded made by you on the market were shown at this page. So, anyone who wants to trace back his transaction made on few days ago is able to do so through viewing this page!

If you are a lazy person (which means you are also losers in investment too!), you can refer back to your buying price with 0.42% brokerage fees counted. Actually, it is advised to record each of your buying transaction cost so that you can easily do decision on making a call to sell! Every minute counts in the market!

At last, hope you manage to understand all this before we manage to get deeper into the investment world! ALL THE BEST!

Clue for next lesson:

Speculation Long-term investment portfolio management

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