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,It is the retail investors that are the biggest net buyers of the market over the past 3¼ years
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ONE of the biggest phenomena we have observed not only in Malaysia but perhaps the world over is the level of participation by retail investors in the market during the Covid-19 pandemic and very well into the current recovery phase.
Statistics from Bursa Malaysia shows that retail participation in the market has increased by leaps and bounds and the earlier fear that this was only temporary seems have now been debunked.
According to Bursa Malaysia’s statistics, some RM1 trillion in value was traded in 2020, more than double the RM471bil worth of stocks traded in 2019, and retail investors were the biggest driving force as their market participation leapfrogged from 25% in 2019 to 38% last year at the expense of the domestic institution, as foreign participation was relatively flat at 46%.
Since the start of the year, statistics still shows that retail participation remained strong with year-to-date market share of about 39% in terms of value.
From strong market themes that drives retail investors, which of course includes the glove and tech sectors, retail interest tend to be concentrated on penny stocks as local retail market share in terms of market volume traded is close to 50%.
Nevertheless, it is the retail investors that are the biggest net buyers of the market over the past 3¼ years, i.e. between the period from 2018 and end-March 2021, with cumulative net buying of almost RM26bil, followed by local institutions at RM23.2bil, while foreign institutions have been net sellers during the same period to the tune of RM49.2bil.CLICK TO ENLARGE
In fact, the foreign boys’ net selling during this period has resulted in the foreign shareholding of the market declining from 23.2% as at end-2017 to the current level of about 20.4% – almost matching the previous low of 20.3% in 2009 and 2010.
Are retail investors buying to trade or investing for the long term?
There are statistics that seems to suggest that retail investors, who by and large trade penny stocks, tend to be traders or short-term investors, while those who are managing a portfolio of stocks for investment purposes are at least medium to long-term investors.
The latter group tends to be more fundamentalist, with capital appreciation and dividends as their main reasons for investments, while the traders tend to be more momentum players or driven by chart patterns and market rumours and are purely looking for short-term capital gains.
The end game is, of course, similar for both groups, which is to make money from the stock market.
Despite the greater participation among retail investors in the local stock market, statistics from Bank Negara in the form of total deposits placed in the banking system seems to suggest a lot of monies are placed in the traditional asset classes, like fixed deposits and savings.