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3 Interesting facts:  30 April 1975 was the Securities Exchange of Thailand (SET) officially started trading date. site's anniversary is April 30 1997.  And my own birthday is April 30.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

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April 30 '17, marked our 20th Anniversary.

INTEGRITY IS OUR COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE. is the intelligent investment club delivering unbiased, objective & professional viewpoints since 1997.  

On September 14 the SET benchmark index roared to the highest level in 23 years with further upward momentum seen. Foreign investors cheer the mega infrastructure spending at last taking off -along with stable politics.  Trading volume has been soaring to records. 

Through this media I share proprietary professional viewpoints, articles, in-person company visit reports with managing directors and regular Thai stocks investor intelligence on all aspects to successful investing.  We also have an active-member forum.

"The Thai SET index has been stale for over 2 years, the economy barely moving but corporate profits are on the rebound while interest rates and unemployment remains low.  Next year will mark the return to Thai democracy and the US stock market seems peaking.  Thailand has initiated large infrastructure projects rolling out over the next couple of years.  Individual investors should realize there  are a number of smaller niche high growth stocks and turnaround situations.  Substantial share price appreciation can unfold in such leading group of smaller and mid sized higher growth firms.  Registered free users can see articles from the past...