Switching Stances

In boxing, switching stances during a fight is a high risk high reward move; it could throw off your opponent, or it could leave you vulnerable. Just like my style of investing, recently I've felt like I've switch from searching for "cream of the crop" and resilient value stocks to a more deep value one. … Continue reading Switching Stances

The Difference Between a Good Investor and a Great Investor

Anyone can be an investor. Select a strategy, approach, strategy or model and put in your money to create your portfolio. Depending on the performance, you may get returns that beat whatever index you bench-marked your portfolio against and be considered a "good" investor. But what does it takes to be elevated into "great" status … Continue reading The Difference Between a Good Investor and a Great Investor

Math is the Simple Part

Last week, we had a little drama in Singapore's investing landscape when Yangzijiang Shipbuilding(SGX:BS6) plunged more than 20% from $1.29 to hit a 2.5 year low at $0.86. It has then recovered to about $1.01 currently. For more info, you can click on the link below; https://www.businesstimes.com.sg/companies-markets/yangzijiang-hits-rough-waters-amid-beijings-probe-into-individual-linked-to-firm It has stirred up tons of discussions among … Continue reading Math is the Simple Part