How Not To Invest

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Foreword from ShareInvestor
This article “How Not To Invest” by Daniel Buenas was first published in The Business Times on 12 Sep 2005 and is reproduced in this blog in its entirety.
Daniel Buenas cautions against widespread errors made in the investment game
So you’ve started a trading account, read up on basic investing, and are all …

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Sharpen Your Trading Skills

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Foreword from ShareInvestor
This article “Sharpen Your Trading Skills” by R Sivanithy was first published in The Business Times on 18 Apr 2005 and is reproduced in this blog in its entirety.
The 1993 and 1999 bull runs in the local stock market promoted a great falsehood, one that has to rank alongside the …

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Watch Out For Tell-Tale Signs

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Foreword from ShareInvestor
This article “Watch Out For Tell-Tale Signs” by Daniel Buenas was first published in The Business Times on 28 May 2007 and is reproduced in this blog in its entirety.
Daniel Buenas takes a look at some warning signs that should help investors spot trouble before it arrives
In his Gothic fiction tale …

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What are Leading, Lagging & Coincident Indicators?

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We always hear about how indicators can help us in trading. However, knowing how to use indicators but not understanding their basics will not get you anywhere. The following are some useful information which will help you in your trading journey.    

Leading Indicator
Leading indicators are information that will predict future …

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To Spot Dud Stocks, Look Out For Red Flags

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Foreword from ShareInvestor
This article “To Spot Dud Stocks, Look Out For Red Flags” by Goh Eng Yeow was first published in The Straits Times on 29 May 2016 and is reproduced in this blog in its entirety.
But investors’ best strategy is to buy only into what they understand
When an investor buys shares …

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Cash Flow Analysis

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Operating Cash Flow
A measure of the amount of cash generated by a company’s normal business operations. Operating cash flow is important because it indicates whether a company is able to generate sufficient positive cash flow to maintain and grow its operations, or whether it may require external financing.
Investing Cash Flow …

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Tap Value Investing To Improve Portfolio

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Foreword from ShareInvestor
This article “Tap Value Investing To Improve Portfolio” by Teh Hooi Ling was first published in The Business Times on 13 March 2004 and is reproduced in this blog in its entirety.
In Singapore, as can be seen from the portfolios that BT tracks, value portfolios like the lowest PTB and lowest …

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Cheap Cash-Rich Companies On SGX: Opportunity Or Trap?

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Foreword from ShareInvestor
This article “Cheap Cash-Rich Companies On SGX: Opportunity Or Trap?” by Cai Haoxiang was first published in The Business Times on 16 May 2016 and is reproduced in this blog in its entirety.
This week, we examine stocks that have more cash on their balance sheet than their market value
A cigar …

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