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Postby kolslorr » Thu Jun 26, 2008 11:02 am

Hi all, I'm new here, but well, I'm lolipop from CNA if you know me.

I can see potential for this forum, and I enjoy reading the many quality posts here. My only worry is how do u maintain the level of quality here as it gets more popular? Basically, I mean how to prevent this place from becoming another CNA Market Talk that is infested by too many bo liao pple?

Thanks guys, hope to read more from everyone.
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Re: How to maintain huatopedia quality?

Postby helios » Thu Jun 26, 2008 11:05 am

dear lolipop,

good feedback.

thank you for joining e forum.

i personally think, it is the culture in placed ...
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Re: How to maintain huatopedia quality?

Postby iam802 » Thu Jun 26, 2008 11:06 am

Hi kolslorr,

I have never been to CNA Market Talk.

Can you elaborate a bit what you don't like about CNA ?

eg. are there topics that the 'bo liaos' post which you think should be avoid?
1. Always wait for the setup. NO SETUP; NO TRADE

2. The trend will END but I don't know WHEN.

TA and Options stuffs on InvestIdeas:
The Ichimoku Thread | Option Strategies Thread | Japanese Candlesticks Thread
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Re: How to maintain huatopedia quality?

Postby helios » Thu Jun 26, 2008 11:59 am

yo,

let's not compare or whatsoever, time tells everything.

lilopop, do assist us in whatever u can.
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Re: How to maintain huatopedia quality?

Postby la papillion » Thu Jun 26, 2008 12:01 pm

iam802 wrote:Hi kolslorr,

I have never been to CNA Market Talk.

Can you elaborate a bit what you don't like about CNA ?

eg. are there topics that the 'bo liaos' post which you think should be avoid?


Hi, cna threads include:

1. Auntie Zoe Tay - Botox too expensive?
2. Opposition Would Ruin Singapore - MM Lee

There are more sleazy topics that I would rather not mention. All in all, it reads like Lianhe Wanbao's headlines...all the headlines about sex, rape and the sensational.

That being said, there are threads which are good too. Value investing thread is one that I frequent...the other is pac andes thread. Joshing used to be a good thread to visit for TA (http://forum.channelnewsasia.com/viewtopic.php?t=64607&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=1530)...I think that's about it.

CNA does have its uses. It's my first source of rumors and news. Faster than TV, I assure you.
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Re: How to maintain huatopedia quality?

Postby kolslorr » Thu Jun 26, 2008 12:12 pm

Hi all,

Not trying to compare, I am just trying to bring this issue upfront first, as I seriously wish for the best for this forum.

yes, I guess time will tell.

I'm not good enough to provide any analysis, but I certainly love to learn more from u guys.

Thanks
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Re: How to maintain huatopedia quality?

Postby la papillion » Thu Jun 26, 2008 12:26 pm

kolslorr wrote:Hi all,

Not trying to compare, I am just trying to bring this issue upfront first, as I seriously wish for the best for this forum.

yes, I guess time will tell.

I'm not good enough to provide any analysis, but I certainly love to learn more from u guys.

Thanks


I believe everyone can learn something from each other. Everyone can learn the humility and willingness to learn from a newbie :)
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Re: How to maintain huatopedia quality?

Postby blid2def » Thu Jun 26, 2008 12:47 pm

kolslorr wrote:Hi all, I'm new here, but well, I'm lolipop from CNA if you know me.

I can see potential for this forum, and I enjoy reading the many quality posts here. My only worry is how do u maintain the level of quality here as it gets more popular? Basically, I mean how to prevent this place from becoming another CNA Market Talk that is infested by too many bo liao pple?

Thanks guys, hope to read more from everyone.


Hi kolsorr, welcome. :D

To answer your questions - not any different from day-to-day life:

1. Moderators to read (or sample) threads, classify/prune/close/lock them; as well as monitor members' "conduct"
2. Members to self-regulate and raise reports against topics or members (there's a exclamation mark icon for each post - click on it and you can raise a report).

So, it's a mix of forum regulation and self-regulation. I prefer and hope that we'll be able to rely more on the latter, and also attract people who're able to do the latter.

Having said that, having a great sense of humour is highly-appreciated in this forum. Non-investment-related threads actually can have a place here - as long as they're in moderation, in good taste, and sorted properly.

For more details on this forum, look at the Announcements section:
viewforum.php?f=14&st=0&sk=t&sd=d&start=0

Welcome again. :)
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Re: How to maintain huatopedia quality?

Postby OE2008 » Wed Jul 09, 2008 9:35 pm

Congratulation! This is one of the best if not the best forum on Investing/Trading.
In such a short period, much have been achieved 8-) .
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Re: How to maintain huatopedia quality?

Postby millionairemind » Wed Jul 09, 2008 9:38 pm

Hello OE,

Very nice to see you again!!!! A warm welcome to the family.

Hope you have a BIG HUAT TIME HERE :)

Cheers,
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Disclaimer - The author may at times own some of the stocks mentioned in this forum. All discussions are NOT to be construed as buy/sell recommendations. Readers are advised to do their own research and analysis.
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