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By Lau (guest contributor) The main objective of investing is to grow wealth. To do so you can utilize many different forms of investments, from the plain vanilla deposits (savings accounts, fixed deposits, insurance, endowments, CPF, SRS) to stocks, bonds, T-bills, unit trusts, ETFs, real estate. For the more risk-tolerant, […]

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By Musicwhiz (guest contributor) I guess the question above would be particularly applicable to value investors, as they often know and understand their own companies best over a period of time and thus are often faced with the question of whether to purchase more shares in these same companies. An […]

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By SGFinancialFreedom (guest contributor) Since man first discovered silver, it has been an object of desire for both its value and its use as a form of money. The market for silver is not as big as the gold market, but is still worth an estimated $15 billion annually. Traditionally, […]

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By guest contributor Gary Tay Statistics regarding the financial well being of Singaporeans are depressing. In a recent survey published by HSBC in 2011 (“The Future Of Retirement”), it was found that many household financial plans contain significant gaps: About 1 in 3 of those in their fifties do not […]

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By Dennis Ng (guest contributor) In Singapore, there is no lack of investors who place their money in stocks. However, I observe that the majority of stock investors know very little about stock investing. To help clear the air on stock investing, let me share with you some common mistakes […]

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By Musicwhiz (guest contributor) In this article I will focus on the psychological, mental and emotional aspects of investing, which are arguably just as important (if not more) than the quantitative and qualitative aspects of analysis into a Company and its business model. This is because having the wrong psychology can […]

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By FFN (guest contributor) How do you find new companies that might be ten baggers in the future or the next Google or Apple? After several years of investing, I have discovered a few good avenues to get to know about new promising stocks. Read widely One way is to read […]

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By Gary Tay (guest contributor) A couple of years ago, I had a particularly memorable experience when I was working in the consumer banking channel in a retail bank. A woman in her fifties was screaming and calling us liars and cheats and making a din in the bank. She had […]

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By FFN (guest contributor) During a prolonged market downturn, many good stocks get beaten down in price due to market sentiment. During the financial crisis, even companies such as Capitaland, SIA Engineering, Hyflux, ARA, etc were trading at low prices. I was tempted to buy some of these companies for a […]

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By Musicwhiz (guest contributor) This article is a review on what one should focus on with regards to the numbers, financials and operating statistics. It is a culmination of my 4.5 years of blogging and intensive thinking and analysis on various companies. I shall give my best attempt to distil my […]

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