Update on OKP’s Half-Year Results

OKP released their half-year results on Friday, 20th July 2012. I will not be analysing the numbers from the results in this post. Their results can be viewed from the SGX annoucement here. Rather, this post will be about my views of their results. When comparing the yearly results (1HFY2012 vs 1HFY2011), their net profits dipped close … Continue reading Update on OKP’s Half-Year Results

Update of “2008/2009 Bottom Fishing” Portfolio

Back in June 2011, I blogged about investing in the darkest days of the financial crisis. I stated that if you had bought shares of fundamentally strong companies around the rock-bottom prices, you would have made some handsome profits. It has been around one year since that post. Aren't you curious to see how this … Continue reading Update of “2008/2009 Bottom Fishing” Portfolio

Coffee with FFN and Sean Seah

Sean is an ordinary person who chanced upon an extraordinary investing methodology, Value Investing that had helped him build his wealth and passive income. Prior to learning and applying Value Investing, he employed charts to study price movement but had loss money through the process. Sean's philosophy now is to be a "Business Collector not a … Continue reading Coffee with FFN and Sean Seah