5G is poised to radically change how people and devices connect. Its high capacity (1Gb per second download speeds), low latency (<1 millisecond), and massive connectivity implications could spark innovation around IoT use cases, drive global connectivity, and could ultimately help economic growth. In this series, I will be exploring 5G cellular technology and what … Continue reading Exploring 5G Technology – Looking At The Networking Companies Involved
I have started a series of posts on understanding financial statements. This is because I have received questions from readers asking whether there is a need to have a financial background in order to analyse annual reports/financial reports. I did not receive any formal finance or accountancy training. The only course I took was a … Continue reading Working Capital and Why It Is Important in Investing
I have started a series of posts on understanding financial statements. In this post, I will look at the concept known as free cash flow and why it is important, what it means and how to use it when analyzing companies.
In this post, I will be sharing 5 warning indicators to spot for dividend yield traps while hunting for the right dividend stocks.
I started investing in 2015. I was attracted to value investing or rather, it made much more sense to me compared to trading or looking at technical charts. The first investment book that I read was "The Manual of Ideas" by John Mihaljevic. https://www.bookdepository.com/Manual-Ideas-John-Mihaljevic/9781118083659 From there, I developed a set of criteria to look for … Continue reading Throwback Thursday – My First Multi-Bagger
Moneyball is somewhat similar to value investing where we buy assets with high earnings power or value for the least amount of money possible. I decided to start this series to look at some of the timeless lessons from Moneyball that are applicable to investing. I hope that you would have as much fun reading … Continue reading Moneyball Series Part 3 – Impressions
Moneyball is somewhat similar to value investing where we buy assets with high earnings power or value for the least amount of money possible. I decided to start this series to look at some of the timeless lessons from Moneyball that are applicable to investing. I hope that you would have as much fun reading … Continue reading Moneyball Series Part 2 – Doubt
I watched "Moneyball" back in 2014 and was fascinated by it even though I'm not a baseball fan. The film, adapted from the book by Michael Lewis, is based on the true story of how the Oakland Athletics upended baseball by shunting tradition and putting their faith in the numbers. In doing so, the A's … Continue reading Moneyball Series Part 1 – Get on Base
A policeman sees a drunk man searching for something under a streetlight and asks what the drunk has lost. He says he lost his keys and they both look under the streetlight together. After a few minutes, the policeman asks if he is sure he lost them here, and the drunk replied, "No Sir, I … Continue reading 3 Reasons Why You Should Read Annual Reports
Just like Lebron James revealing his "Decision" to take his talents to South Beach to play with the Miami Heat, Jokowi's administration announced yesterday that they will be moving the country's capital from Jarkarta to Borneo island's East Kalimantan province. Lebron James makes his "Decision" live on ESPN in 2010. What will happen to Jakarta? … Continue reading The Decision – 3 SGX-listed stocks that could be affected by Jokowi’s move to Borneo