CNMC Goldmine (SGX:5TP) has released their 2Q19 results yesterday after trading hours. On first glance, it seems like it has an excellent quarter, reversing from a loss in the same period last year. This is actually expected as mentioned in my previous post on them. https://themosspiglets.com/2019/07/30/cnmc-goldmine-sgx5tp-time-to-shine-again/ The real question is not whether they will report … Continue reading CNMC Goldmine (SGX:5TP) : 2Q19 Results Review
Gold's rally in 2019 is not showing any signs of abating, with prices climbing to fresh highs amid uncertainty in global markets. I've decided to take a look at CNMC Goldmine to see if there are any investing opportunities. Company Background CNMC Goldmine Holdings Limited is a Singapore-based investment holding and management company. The Company … Continue reading CNMC Goldmine (SGX:5TP) – Time to Shine Again?
In Singapore's rather small infrastructure construction landscape, there are few market leaders that are well known throughout the industry. You have KTC for earthworks, CSC/Ryobi Kiso for bored piling, Yongnam for steel construction etc etc. For roadworks, we have Or Kim Peow Contractors (OKP). OKP Holdings Limited and its subsidiary corporations are a leading infrastructure … Continue reading OKP Holdings (SGX:5CF) – This, Too, Shall Pass
The greatest trader of all time, Jesse Livermore, said, "It was never my thinking that made the big money for me. It always was my sitting." Some companies have the ability to make you sit for very very long before they realize their value. This is one of them. Considered by many to have one … Continue reading Sing Holdings (SGX:5IC) – Worth The Wait?
I'm not really a commodities investor, but I have heard about palladium and its potential due to the widening supply demand deficit and decided to take a look at it. The price of palladium has risen by more than 50% since last year. It also surpassed the price of gold for the first time since … Continue reading The Case for Investing in Palladium
I hate debt. Mainly because I have seen lots of company collapse due to poor debt management. Straits Trading was one company which I used to avoid due to its low equity to debt and cash to debt ratio. However, looking away from all that, I feel that this is a company with lots of … Continue reading Straits Trading (SGX:S20) – Multiple Growth Platforms in this Deep Value Play
What are some of the qualities in a company that Warren Buffet is known to seek? Well, there is durable competitive advantange, positive free cash flow, high return on equity and of course, he like companies with high enough earnings yield that appear to be trading at a good price. Listed on SGX, we have … Continue reading Vicom (SGX:V01) – The Most Buffet-esque Company in SGX?