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How I Made $400,000 Investing with my CPF (Part 3)

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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How I Made 110.7% Returns in Two Years… in Dividends Alone!

In stock investing, out of every ten stocks you invest in, you might see two out-performers, two under-performers and the rest average performers. Well, I'm going to share with you how I unearthed an out-performer in my portfolio, Transpac Industrial Holdings, which made me 110.7% returns in two years - just in dividends alone. So how did I come across this stock in the first place? Thanks to our Millionair ...

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Invest – And Don’t Make Things Too Difficult!

I notice some people like to make easy things difficult especially when it comes to wealth creation. I have shown numerous results proving how simple and powerful value investing can be. I've even revealed my own investment statements and dividend cheques as concrete PROOF that you can make money in the stock without having to spend a single second looking at charts, constantly read macro-economic news or t ...

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5 Stocks That Made 47.96% in the Last Seven Months

During Value Investing Summit back in February this year, we shared with our 550-strong audience case studies on six companies that we thought were great companies to invest in based on our value-investing methodologies. Seven months on, what are the results? Five of the stocks skyrocketed up and one stock went down slightly (by about 5%). If you bought all six stocks back in February, you would have made a ...

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6 Reasons Why You Should Invest in Stock

Many readers ask me questions about what to invest in. I always concluded that there are mainly two places you should park your money to let it work harder. These two investment vehicles is nothing special. You and I know them. We all know about them. First is business – either your own business or other people’s business. Second, real estate – property, farms, lands and etc. Previously I’ve made a video an ...

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How Often Do You Need To Monitor Your Stocks?

Perhaps, I shouldn’t call them ‘stocks’. I prefer to call them ‘businesses’. That allows me to think like a business owner and, subconsciously, hold it longer. When you bought into a business, I assume that you have done your homework diligently such as assessing the quality of business and managers as well as financial ratios and other pieces of information that crystalise your final decision to invest. Wi ...

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How I Made $400,000 Investing with my CPF (Part 2)

I wrote Part 1 back on 11 Sep 2012 and showed how I used my hidden assets (CPF/EPF/pension) to achieve financial freedom. You can read Part 3 & Part 4 here. 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 thr ...

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Avoid These Assets If You Are Going Long…

Investing is really simple. Sometime, I just get blindfolded by assessing too much unnecessary information and making things complicated. Time wasting. At least I learnt the lesson, and by sharing this, I hope this could save you a couple of napping hours. In investing, what really matter the most is the quality of the assets that company owns. This topic alone is really broad and, in fact, endless. Some cr ...

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Be Careful with Unit Trusts or Investment-Linked Insurance Products!

I got a letter from Prudential last night after my return from Bali. As you can see, I made a small investment ($10,000) in a unit trust, Singapore Managed Equities Fund, marketed by Prudential in 2001 before I learned about value investing. I’m a nice guy and bought it in support of a friend whom I've known since my secondary school days. This is the ONLY unit trust or investment-linked insurance product I ...

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Watch Out! It’s a Cum-Dividend Trap

Have you ever thought of buying stock with cum-dividend (CD) and sell it away once they give out? When company announces cum-dividend, it will only be given out one or two months later. Investors who bought the shares trading under the symbol “CD” in the exchange would be entitled to receive them. Every investor would want to make profit in the stock market the easy way. One of the most common thoughts, apa ...

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