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Anyone vested in Tiong Seng and has any view? Came across a project they are undertaking.

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I like dead fish counter . . . will ask Kopisoh to take a look . . .


out of so many contractors. there are some good ones actually. they also involved with JV to bulid properties and malls. One good example is Lum Chang. 5% stable yield and good cash low debt. another one is Hock lian seng also 4 to 5% yield. but bear in mind their capital gain can be very slow. Chip eng seng is another very good construction and property player all the while. i would strongly recommend it at a attractive price to invest.


Reply to @albertkwok : You just listed out the few that I also know is better one. But I still don’t invest in contractor now knowing it is very tough situation for them now.


sorry , look like a dead fish counter....this one


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Why you like to invest in contractor? You can invest in developer cos they surely can make money, but why contractor? Why TS?

If you work in that industry, you probably won’t even think abt invest in TS.


I not vested but cobstruction industry is a tough industry

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