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From $600 Million to $23.5 Billion…

ARA Asset Management (ARA) is a real estate fund management company. The primary core business activity is management of public listed Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs), which includes Suntec REIT, Fortune REIT, Prosperity REIT, Cache Logistic Trust, AmFirst REIT and Hui Xian REIT. The second core activity is management of private real estate funds. It is similar to its main business activity except the ...

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How I Made 155.73% Returns in Japan Foods Holdings

Back in 2010 I was screening the stock market and I came across Japan Foods Holdings. You may know them better through their consumer F&B brands - Ajisen Ramen, Aji Tei, Aoba, Fruit Paradise and Japanese Gourmet Town. Japan Foods cleared my investment screening criteria, so I downloaded their annual reports and decided to do a little on-the-ground research. I visited their various F&B outlets around ...

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Insider Trades & Share Buybacks: How to Take Advantage of Them

BY VICTOR CHNG,  Value investors typically screen stocks based on business or financial criteria that must meet certain standards. There is however another screening method we use from time to time when screening for undervalued stocks - share buybacks (or share repurchases). Share buybacks can come in two forms. Firstly, a company itself can use its own money to buy back its shares. With less shares in the ...

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Armstrong Industrial Corporation Limited – Possible Takeover?

Armstrong Industrial was one of the clients I served when I was working at my previous company. The impression I got while serving them was that Armstrong are a very cost conscious company and their office building looked rather old, which is usually a good sign for shareholders. Practicing what was taught in Millionaire Investor, I decided to analyze this company as it was within my circle of competence. A ...

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Three Things I’ve Learned From Warren Buffett by Bill Gates

BY BILL GATES I’m looking forward to sharing posts from time to time about things I’ve learned in my career at Microsoft and the Gates Foundation. (I also post frequently on my blog.) Last month, I went to Omaha for the annual Berkshire Hathaway shareholders meeting. It’s always a lot of fun, and not just because of the ping-pong matches and the newspaper-throwing contest I have with Warren Buffett. It’s al ...

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The Value Trap: Why You May Never See Your Money Again

BY IVAN HO, Millionaire Investor graduate What is a value trap? A value trap is the unfortunate situation of buying into companies that offer a decent or great margin of safety due to their low share price or low P/E multiple coupled with the prospects of some seemingly exciting growth. Yet these companies turn out to be far from being good investments as their share price seems to be stuck in a stubborn ra ...

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How I Made $400,000 Investing with my CPF (Part 4)

I wrote Part 1 back on 11 Sep 2012 and showed how I used my hidden assets (CPF/EPF/pension) to achieve financial freedom. In that post, I shared how my CPF investments paid (and continues to pay) for my HDB flat and the mortgage payments with pure passive dividend income. In other words, I got my HDB flat for FREE. As of Aug 2012, my CPF capital return is 125% over three years (excluding dividends) compared ...

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Profitability Margin, Your One-way Ticket to Become Mega Rich!

The bull market has been presumably awakened after a long nap since the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers in 2008 with the Dow Jones Industrial Average rising to its all time high of more than 14,500 points. The rise of the market, as far as I know, did not affect me in finding a good company. My years of experience in investing has taught me that a business with sustainable moat will continue to propel forward ...

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How I Made 80.65% Returns on My Staycation

As a value investor, I do not monitor the share price of my stocks very often at all. Instead, I’m more concerned whether the underlying business of my stock is still performing. If the business performs and grows, I believe profits will grow, eventually leading to growth in share prices. Today is a day where one of my stocks surprised me. After a month of not checking my stock prices, I realized one of the ...

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Fund Manager for My Family

After attending Millionaire Investor, I officially became the "fund manager" for the family. Not only have I benefited, my spouse has also obviously benefited from it. Just a few days ago, I showed my hubby his portfolio. Here’s our conversation: Me: "Nah, your portfolio. To date, made about 8k plus since 2011." (Showed him his portfolio on my iPhone) Hubby: "Wah so much..." Me: "Yah, while you are working, ...

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