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Why I Started Value Investing

Many people were amazed about my results from the dividend cheques that I’ve collected over the past 2.5 years. Over the past 2.5 years, I have collected near to 26% of the total amount that I have invested as dividends. Frankly speaking, I’m quite amazed with my results as well :D 3 years ago I was just a typical public servant, working hard and taking regular paycheck, I always thought as long as I save h ...

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Should You Invest in Low P/E Stocks?

Research has shown that investing in low P/E stocks gives you quite a handsome return over time. But the setback here is that research was done based on a basket of 100 low P/E stocks. Which means that not all of the stocks in the basket actually performed -- there are always bad eggs in a basket. In real life, investing in 100 stocks is a huge hassle. Most investors will not be able to understand all the c ...

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How I Made $400,000 Investing with my CPF

You can read Part 2, Part 3 & Part 4. Most Singaporeans are not aware that they can use "hidden assets" such as their CPF (or EPF for Malaysians or pension funds in the US or UK) to invest and make your money work even harder for you, instead of earning only a risk-free rate of 2.5% in your Ordinary Account or 4% in your Special Account annually. Most people are trained to use their CPF to buy a HDB fla ...

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How to Invest Like an Idiot

Here's how to lose a boatload of money investing like an idiot. Now when I say boatload, I mean a five-figure sum -- I think that's way painful enough. We all know of people who have lost way more than that, but personally I've never lost a six-figure sum (thank god!) and I hope it stays that way for the next 125 years of life (by which I am gone). The thing about investing like an idiot is that a lot of pe ...

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What is Value Investing?

Warren Buffett is one of the richest men in the world and he is not just a strong advocate of value investing; he is probably the most successful practitioner to date. The fact that Warren Buffett is among the richest men in the world over a long period of time is ample proof to me that value investing works. Value investing is the idea of buying a stock for less than its real business value. The underlying ...

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Singapore Stocks – What To Buy?

So you are an investor looking to buy stocks in Singapore. The question that might be lingering inside your head must be - What Singapore stocks should I buy ? One of the best ways to look for stocks, as per what Warren Buffett or Peter Lynch did, is to look at the business that are happening around you. The reason is simple > You want to find a business that is strong, and can generate consistent profit ...

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3 Reasons Why Value Investing is So Powerful

1. High Dividend Income and Capital Gain. Investing in great businesses at undervalued and fair value prices provides high dividend and capital gain. Some has suggested that it is difficult to sustain a living based on dividends alone because you need a large amount of capital to invest. Their argument typically goes like this: "If you need $50,000 annually and your dividend yield is about 5%, then you'd ne ...

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Investing – It’s Both Art and Science

Investing is both art and science. While numbers on a financial statement serve as a good guide and indicator, NEVER depend on numbers alone to determine if a stock is a good buy. Billionaire Warren Buffett once said: If past history was all there was to the game, the richest people would be librarians. You see, one cannot simply look at numbers alone to determine if your investment is a sound and profitabl ...

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