This post to share all queries faced by most individual who need information about investing, I have been investing in KLSE (Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange) or known as Bursa Malaysia for years. However noticed there are individual who are clueless about investing in Malaysia market.
Bursa Malaysia offering complete range of services from trading, clearing, settlement and other services, firstly the operating hours as below.

Weekday trading from Monday to Friday (except public holidays)
• Pre-Open – 8.30 am – 9.00 am
• Continuous Trading – 9.00 am – 12.30 pm
• Pre-Open – 2.00 pm – 2.30 pm
• Continuous Trading – 2.30 pm – 4.45 pm
• Pre-Close – 4.45 pm – 4.50 pm
• Trading at Last 4.50 pm – 5.00 pm
• Close – 5.00 pm
A minimum of 100 shares is required at minimum when trade on Bursa Malaysia. Standard lot is 1000 shares. For an example, let’s say you decide to buy or purchase a standard lot of Genting share of RM10. You will need to pay RM 10,000. The good thing about minimum 100 shares is that you can buy a part of it. Example RM 1000 or part of the standard share, hence this make investment more accessible to all especially those Malaysia Blue Chips.

Before you can begin trading on Bursa Malaysia, you need to open a Central Depository System (CDS) account with a stock broker like OSK, CIMB, and so forth. Does a visit on website before sign up as the commission and services are vary.

Make a phone call to the stock broker before heading down to list down requirements and documents required.
Finally pickup stocks based on research and future of the company that you intended to invest. Remember investing is like doing business where you buy low and sell high. Of course choose only Quality Company with good track records such as handsome dividend paid out in history. Typically good dividend stocks listed on Bursa Malaysia should generate something more than 4% per year. Wish you good luck in investing.