Investing With The News

Foreword from ShareInvestor
This article “Investing With The News” by Cai HaoXiang was first published in The Business Times on 13 Jul 2015 and is reproduced in this blog in its entirety.

You can buy on the news, but you have to think in a contrarian way
The importance of news is often derided …

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Small Can Be Great

Foreword from ShareInvestor
This article “Small Can Be Great” by Jonathan Kwok was first published in The Straits Times (INVEST) on 15 Jul 2012 and is reproduced in this blog in its entirety.

There is value to be found among small-cap counters but do be patient and diversify, say analysts
Small-capitalisation stocks may …

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Even Out Risks To Grow Nest Egg Faster

Foreword from ShareInvestor
This article “Even Out Risks To Grow Nest Egg Faster” by Lorna Tan was first published in The Straits Times (INVEST) on 22 Jun 2008 and is reproduced in this blog in its entirety.

Last month, I shared about how I like to “pay myself first” by having money channelled automatically from …

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Getting Good Returns Without Too Much Risk

Foreword from ShareInvestor
This article “Getting Good Returns Without Too Much Risk” by Teh Hooi Ling was first published in The Sunday Times on 02 Dec 2012 and is reproduced in this blog in its entirety.
The neglected stocks could have the best upside, so don’t just follow the crowd
What is risk? The …

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Finding The Best Strategy In Share Investing

Foreword from ShareInvestor
This article “Finding The Best Strategy In Share Investing” by Jonathan Kwok was first published in The Sunday Times on 20 Apr 2014 and is reproduced in this blog in its entirety.

In the lead-up to The Sunday Times Invest Seminar on May 10, we are running a three-part series on how you can …

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What Is Beta (ß) And How Do We Use It?

What is Beta?
The Beta (ß) of a stock or portfolio is a historical measure describing the relations of the volatility of its returns an investor is exposed to as compared to the entire market as a whole.
A stock market itself has a beta of 1.00 and stocks are measured on how …

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