“New Normal” for Singapore’s Construction Sector

As we prepare for the restart of our economy following a 2 month lockdown, Singapore's construction sector is trying to adapt to the "new normal". There are a few uncertainties that is creating confusion and uncertainty for the industry. You may refer to the latest media release dated 15 May on the expected direction given … Continue reading “New Normal” for Singapore’s Construction Sector

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TOMI Environmental Solutions (TOMZ) – Explosive Growth Incoming

As the world start to open up after months of lockdown/shelter-in-place/state of emergencies, we realised that the fight against Covid-19 is far from over and we must learn to adapt to the "new normal" lifestyle so as to prevent another surge in cases. So here I am exploring on potential investment opportunities that presents itself … Continue reading TOMI Environmental Solutions (TOMZ) – Explosive Growth Incoming

Throwback Thursday – My First Multi-Bagger

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

Aercap (NYSE:AER) – Drunk as Hell but No Throwing Up

Aercap, one of the largest airplane lessor company in the world, has seen its stock price decimated by almsot 60% as the Covid-19 epidemic takes a toll on the air travel and tourism industry. Aercap's is facing the biggest challenge ever faced and priced as if all of their customers, the airline companies, are going … Continue reading Aercap (NYSE:AER) – Drunk as Hell but No Throwing Up

The Other Yellow Metal Part 2: A Coming Supply Crunch

This post is an update on my investment in the uranium space. For my bull case, you may refer to my previous writeup on https://www.drwealth.com/the-other-yellow-metal-why-uranium-could-be-the-trade-of-the-next-decade/ Recap Low Uranium prices since the Fukushima incident has left the producers no choice but to start cutting production by closing mines in an attempt to increase the price. This … Continue reading The Other Yellow Metal Part 2: A Coming Supply Crunch