The following is a guest post by Sean Seah. He runs an investing blog and it can be accessed at http://crossroadmoneyskills.wordpress.com/. When I began my journey as a Value Investor, I started by reading books to acquire the proper knowledge. One of the best author in my opinion is none other than Mary Buffett. Her books were … Continue reading Lessons Learnt From Mary Buffett in Los Angeles
I think Apple is slowly losing market share in the smartphone business. I see more and more people buying Samsung Galaxy S3. Many of Apple's iPhone users I know have converted to S3 ever since it was launched end May 2012. I have statistical evidence to show that this is the case. My class consists … Continue reading Is Apple slowly losing market share?
Readers, please note that the latest interview on 15th August 2012, "Coffee With FFN and Musicwhiz" has been taken down. It was removed with effect from 23rd August 2012 at the request of Musicwhiz, due to personal reasons. Do look forward to the next interview with another personality. Thank you for your support.
Here's wishing all Singaporeans a Happy National Day! My only wish for this National Day and all the other years to come is to have a cohesive society where all Singaporeans and non-Singaporeans alike live, play and work together hand-in-hand. I'm sure all Singaporeans do not want many years of nation building to go to … Continue reading Happy 47th Birthday, Singapore!
Value investing is basically buying a stock for 50 cents when it is worth a dollar. This very concept is not limited to stocks only. It can be expanded to be used in everyday life as well. I recently used this concept to buy a new smartphone. I was looking to get a new smartphone … Continue reading Applying Value Investing Concepts in Everyday Life