Showing posts with label My Investment Strategies. Show all posts
Showing posts with label My Investment Strategies. Show all posts

Friday, June 23, 2017


I received an email from a reader who have asked me whether or not he, as an investor who has invested and hold his stocks all along should consider trading, I thought I will just reply to the reader here and as well as share my insights with all readers of Singapore Stocks Investing here on this blog.

Thursday, June 22, 2017


In my previous post, I have shared with readers about how Moya Asia stock is now turning south and might test the $0.098 support next (you can read my post here). The downtrend for Moya Asia stock commenced after its acquisition of another company and I have said that I viewed the acquisition non-positively since the acquired target has net book liability. Moya Asia stock went south 7.3% lower yesterday to $0.102. Compare this closing price to the high of $0.131 before its trading halt and announcement of its acquisition, that is a southing of 22%! The current technical charts of Moya Asia stock is not strong and I think the next support of Moya Asia if the price continues to head south is $0.098.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017


HRnetGroup, World Class Global
Dear readers, have you subscribed to HRNETGROUP and WORLD CLASS GLOBAL IPO? Congratulations to you if you have subscribed and if you will get the IPO shares. For myself, I did not subscribe to both IPOs though I had done so for Sanli IPO. Why is that so? Well, it all has to do with fundamentals.

Tuesday, May 9, 2017


Singapore stocksDear readers, if you have been following me you could have known, right before Moya Holdings Asia stock rallied to its current level, from around $0.068 to $0.087 (based on yesterday’s stock price), you would have read about how I have strongly shared that Moya Holdings Asia stock is a stock that one can consider long before the stock rallied by a cool 28% to the current stock price.

Saturday, April 29, 2017


multi-bagger stocks
I have talked so much about my investing, my trading and some stocks I like. Today I will like to share with you one aspect of my investing strategy not discussed before.

As you might have known, there are two means of investing and trading and these are buying stocks and short-selling stocks. Since the start of my investing journey, I have not attempted short-selling a stock. While this might make me monies when stocks markets are heading south, I like the fact that when I buy stocks in a company I like, I become like part of the owners of the company. This sounds like a cliche but I take pride in it since it feels good to own some stakes in good successful companies when in my life to date, I have been working for an organization.

Monday, March 6, 2017


I attempted a quick trade on 3 Mar 2017 on one of the top volume stock during trading hours. When the stocks markets closed, I made profits. Today, the stock continued to run, giving me more profits in the same stock. Was I delighted? Of course and while one usually think of it’s the monies that would make me and investors in the green happy, I would say I am delighted because of my trading strategy which delivered. And this is a trading strategy which I am currently exploring; a trading strategy which does not belong to the safer dividends and low-risk approach which I more frequently advocate in this blog. And thus I don’t really want to advocate in this blog because when it comes to momentum trading, one should know when to take profits when “the partying stops”.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Is this the BEST TRUMP card for All Investors?

Ever since Donald Trump became the Elected President of the United States of America, many have tried to decode the Trump card, literally meaning the plans of Donald Trump and his team for the world as well as figuratively meaning how investors could position their investments for the best returns in a global economy with Donald Trump helming the largest economy in the world.

Saturday, November 5, 2016

What should Singapore Investors do now?

The Singapore stocks markets are trading without much of a catalysts and if there are any, this catalysts arises from domestic earnings reports and corporate actions of local companies. There is nothing fantastic about the corporate results announced so far. The more grabbing headline comes from Super Group stock as the company is gearing up for a buyout by a Dutch company, this could only provide investors with reasons to speculate on the next buyout target among Singapore companies.

Saturday, October 1, 2016

What Singapore investors need to know?

China’s richest man, Mr Wang Jianlin has warned about China’s growing property bubble as property prices in China keep heading north and credit is also piling. Mr Wang Jianlin called it the “biggest bubble in history”.

Thursday, September 29, 2016

The three “C”s of Investing All Investors must know

DPM Tharman spoke yesterday on the sideline of a ribbon-cutting ceremony of Wong Fong's expanded office that Singapore had soft growth in the first half of the year and going forward he thought that the second half of the year will be weaker and hence Singapore's growth will probably end up somewhere in the lower end of the 1-2 per cent range.

Friday, August 5, 2016

Sharing of my investment lessons

I have been investing in stocks for quite a long time already. And in the process, I think I have experienced what many retail investors have experienced which include paying tuition fees to the stocks markets know what I mean. Actually, in my opinion paying tuition fees to the markets is okay as long as the tuition fees are not large. I believe many would have experienced sitting on an unrealized loss, refusing to cut one’s stock portfolio loss, only to experience the stock going south more and more till by the time you decide to cut your portfolio loss, you get back minimum from your investments.

Saturday, July 30, 2016

Simple Profitable Investing strategies revealed

Many investors seek to find that magic formula to profitable investing. To me, profitable investing is simple if investors think not of profits first but rather how best not to lose monies. If we think of investments first by thinking how to prevent giving tuition fees to the stocks markets, then I believe we can be better investors and more importantly we will have better results with our investments.

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

What All Investors should do now?

I read a very insightful article by “Godfather of Asian stock market”, Taiwanese investment guru Hu Li Yang in LianHe Zao Bao newspapers last week. If investors ask whether or not they should invest in the current stocks markets which to me seem to be without any clear leads or clues, then they should have read the above article.

Saturday, July 23, 2016

Secrets of profitable investing revealed

It is not easy to profit from the stocks markets, let us be frank, especially for a retail investor. If we could use an analogy, “David and Goliath” could be used to describe the odds of a retail investor profiting consistently in the stocks markets. But it needs not be so, if David could triumph over Goliath, there is every chance that a retail investor could win the stocks markets game.

Friday, July 15, 2016

The greatest advantage of retail investing over professionals

A large majority of the investors in Singapore are retail investors and we have heard just so many stories of how some retail investors’ monies have been “lost” in the stocks exchanges due to bad investments. A case in point is the penny stock saga of year 2013 when to date, the authorities are still establishing the cause of the saga. Hence it seems that when it comes to investing, retail investors might not hold the advantage of professional traders or institutional investors who spend their time (while most retail investors work full-time in other occupations) honing their skills, trading and making lots of monies as we read somewhere on the internet or in the media.

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Investors should be entrepreneurs too

I have shared that Singapore investors must be enterprising in the context of trading when it comes to investing in one of my earlier posts. However, I must always share with readers that enterprising is also that mentality to think like a business owner. This is the most fitting since as an investor, we are the owner of the listed companies in a way, regardless how small your shareholding in the company could be.

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

What should Singapore investors do now (Part 2)?

In my previous post, I have highlighted the need to trade for Singapore investors if there are reasons to do so. This is because stocks markets these days are getting more dynamic and a long-term investment in a stock might be better if one is able to get into the investment at a lower price. That say, it is just one of the many things Singapore investors can do in a more lacklustre Singapore stocks markets environment.

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

What should Singapore investors do now?

I always feel that as an investor, we should have an enterprising mindset as this will be the mindset to help us make monies, accumulate more wealth toward achieving our financial goals. Though I have shared in this blog that sometime, it is good to do some trading, ultimately, trading is just part of the larger picture called investing. Think of it this way: success trading also hinges on what stock one trades. Investing is about what stock to choose while trading is more of a matter of when to buy and sell the trade, leveraging on the market dynamics of the stocks markets to profits more: riding on the waves in the stocks markets.

Monday, July 4, 2016

Secrets of profitable investing revealed

While there are many who have made fortunes from investing, there are even many untold stories of people who have lost their monies in their investments. There are many of my friends who have shared with me how they have lost monies in the leagues of tens of thousands of dollars. Do you know after listening to them, I could discern one common narrative among all their “tales” which is that most of them fall prey into speculation, buying stocks with no good fundamentals and it is only quite natural that one day, the fundamentals of these stocks catch up with the elevated stock prices causing these stocks to head south.

Thursday, June 30, 2016

How can investors still profit after Brexit?

The Brexit might not be welcomed by investors as most stocks were down following UK’s decision. Though my stock portfolio was also affected by Brexit, the southing of my stocks differ and there are really some stocks which head north in price even after the Brexit. You might ask how could it be possible for stocks to rise when the whole stocks markets are heading south? Well, why not?
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