It is no secret that behind every successful investment manager there is a written, measurable and repeatable investment strategy. However, many investors jump from one trade to another, putting little effort into creating and measuring their overall strategies. Read on to learn four questions that, when answered, will help you create a better investment strategy. The following … Continue reading 4 Steps To Creating A Better Investment Strategy
How do you find out if a stock you own or want to own is worthy of holding? There are signs you can look out for that serve as warning bells. They are: Negative cash flows Cash flow is the lifeblood of a business. The P&L statement are based on accrual and credit basis (due … Continue reading Signs of a doomed stock
Yesterday, one of my blog readers commented on one of my posts. He asked a question on capital expenditure. I really need to thank him for asking such a question as it allowed me to reinforce my value investing knowledge. I would post the question by the reader and also my reply below. Why I'm … Continue reading Capex for growth?
As of today, I have the following in my portfolio: Singapore Thomson Medical Centre Kingsmen Creatives Super Group First REIT Starhill Global REIT Mapletree Logistics Trust STI ETF US Citigroup (ticker: C) SPDR S&P 500 ETF (ticker: SPY) PowerShares Golden Dragon Halter USX China Portfolio ETF (ticker: PGJ) My holding in Citigroup is purely speculative. It's … Continue reading Current Holdings as of 18th Aug
This post complements the other posts I've done so far on value investing and how to choose a company. My investing style (or FFN investing methodology) has been modelled after Warren Buffett. I've also incorporated into the methodology, my own criteria that I look out for. I look out for stocks with a mix of … Continue reading The FFN investing methodology