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Rakuten Trade head of equity sales Vincent Lau, who agrees that retail participation may decline, said that many retail investors are taking a wait-and-see approach. However, he does not think retail participation will dwindle to pre-pandemic levels.

PETALING JAYA: Retail investors may take a backseat in 2022 after single-handedly propping up the domestic stock market last year amid heavy net selling by local institutional funds and foreign investors.

With inflation rearing its head again and the government unlikely to announce major new stimulus, retail investors could be pumping less liquidity into the market this year.

Analysts said this is because there are fewer “incentives” for the retail investors, including the army of amateur investors that fuelled liquidity in 2020 and 2021, to continue with their investing.

Nevertheless, reduced retail investor participation may not necessarily be negative for Bursa Malaysia even though it has been suffering from low volume of shares traded in recent times.

MIDF Research head of research Imran Yassin Md Yusof told StarBiz that foreign and local institutional investors could fill the gap left by retail investors.

“Another possible scenario could be that the participation from retail investors remains stable, but on the reverse side of the trade as they have been net buying the market since the pandemic began,” he said.MIDF Research head of research Imran Yassin Md Yusof told StarBiz that foreign and local institutional investors could fill the gap left by retail investors.

Rakuten Trade head of equity sales Vincent Lau, who agrees that retail participation may decline, said that many retail investors are taking a wait-and-see approach.

However, he does not think retail participation will dwindle to pre-pandemic levels.

“Retail participation may reduce due to higher trading costs although this affects the funds more.

“Short selling is also coming back and may dampen retail participation.

“Some retailers may stay in the market. A lot of them were into glove stocks, so some might be stuck,” he said.

In 2021, retail investors were the only net buyers of the Malaysian equity market to the tune of RM12.14bil, according to MIDF Research’s latest fund flow report.

Local institutions and foreign investors were net sellers to the tune of RM8.99bil and RM3.15bil, respectively.

High retail investor participation is not exclusive to Malaysia, but it is also a global phenomena, stemming from the low-interest rate environment and high liquidity driven by government stimuli.

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