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.
November 19 Review – Pretty Good Earnings Season
Whoa, my portfolio on steroids. Earnings season came and went. Overall, I was pretty happy with the results of the companies I'm holding. There were a few surprises; Pacific Century(SGX:P15) declared another $0.055 dividend per share! Is Richard Li going all out to milk the company and the take it private after he's done? I … Continue reading November 19 Review – Pretty Good Earnings Season
September 19 Review – Big Win for REITs
September came and flew past. Events, both life and work, stacked up so closely that everything seemed to happen so fast. I had my 2 weeks reservist and it felt like a much needed vacation. The low point is when I had to fork out $2k for my car repair cost and my root canal … Continue reading September 19 Review – Big Win for REITs
The Safe Bet Here is Continued Uncertainty
With the trade war escalating, stock markets globally have taken a severe hit. Inability to answer all these questions related to market behaviour, policy and economics with conviction at this stage is reflective of the clouds of uncertainty hanging over markets, policies and the economy. One way to handle this is to question if it's a … Continue reading The Safe Bet Here is Continued Uncertainty