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When to buy a stock: The 3 best times to buy stocks at a discount

When to buy a stock: The 3 best times to buy stocks at a discount If you study the Investment Quadrant, you realise that selecting a good company is only part of the equation. The final step is to buy a stock only when it’s trading at a low valuation. Remember, a good company can still be a bad investment if you overpay for it. So knowing when to buy a stock cheap is just as important as picking the right company if you want to earn good returns in the stock market in the long run....
 

Beating The Investment Pros At Their Game

Beating The Investment Pros At Their Game One of the most curious things I find in the financial markets – where thousands of professionals are locked in daily competition – is how little you really have to do in order to get a decent return in stocks....
 

GSS Energy potential inverse head and shoulder formation

GSS Energy potential inverse head and shoulder formation Since my write-up on GSS Energy (“GSS”) dated 18 Aug 2017 (see HERE), GSS’ share price has jumped 12% from $0.137 on 18 Aug 2017 to close at $0.152 on 13 Sep 2017. Based on my personal chart observation, it seems likely to be in the midst of forming a potential bullish inverse head and shoulder formation.
 

11 things you need to know about ComfortDelGro before you invest

11 things you need to know about ComfortDelGro before you invest It was just a dinner. Or was it? The year was 2001. Two friends, Lim Jit Poh and Kua Hong Pak, met up for some sushi and sake at Unkai, a Japanese restaurant at the now-defunct ANA hotel in Nassim Hill. The meeting was kept a secret as it was more than casual. Little did anyone know that a simple dinner was the birth of one of the largest land transport conglomerates in the world....
 

How to invest your CPF: 5 things you need to know

How to invest your CPF: 5 things you need to know The Central Provident Fund (CPF) is a government savings scheme that requires Singaporeans and permanent residents to save 20% of their salary to fund their retirement, healthcare, and housing needs. The CPF pays an interest of 2.5% for savings in the Ordinary Account (OA) and 4% for savings in the Special Account (SA), Medisave Account and Retirement Account. An extra 1% interest is paid on the first $60,000 of your combined balance (including up to $20,000 from your OA)....
 

Sell HDB and Buy Condominium

Sell HDB and Buy Condominium How to sell HDB buy condo? It is always difficult to move house considering the amount of complexity with so many new home loan financing rules, additional buyer stamp duties (ABSD), taxes and remissions, etc....
 

ComfortDelGro: Grow or No Grow?

ComfortDelGro: Grow or No Grow? A component of the STI, ComfortDelGro was once championed as a stable dividend paying stock with a strong economic moat. Recent disruptions in the taxi industry have since changed that view, causing the stock to tumble to its 52-week low despite a relatively muted 1Q17 earnings report. Investors were likely concerned with the falling revenue and operating profits, mostly attributed to the decline from the taxi segment. The share price has since recovered slightly from its 52-week low to $2.310, but there is still an opportunity to capitalize on the negative sentiments towards the company....