It was like a 'good cop' vs 'bad cop' presentation.
So that was the bad news cleared up.
The 'good cop' then proceeded to give an overly simplified discourse, even for me, on how to use the current situation (bear market) as an opportunity rather than throw ones hands up in despair. Advising long term regular investment over short term lump sum investment as being proven statistically to yield better returns over time, failed to impress optimism at this point in time.
In crystallised form the take home message:
Q & A: on the commodity, gold and currency markets, the stock exchange and the burning question . . . What is the standing of banks in Malaysia?
I guess you will have to read the business news tomorrow to find out the answer to that one!
Have a good night, y'all.