|Provider||TUBInvesting & The Simple Investor|
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Buy a wonderful company at a fair price. Competitive Advantages of over 600+ SGX-listed companies derived systematically through a scorecard system and see how they rank.
Service Description:Imagine 66 years after it IPO, you discover that Coca Cola is an amazing company. So you invested $10,000 in 1985 and left it alone. That would be worth $588,044 today, an annual return of 13.32% with dividends reinvested.
To make money on the stock market, investors must understand that:
• In short term, stock prices fluctuate because of emotions.
• In long term (1 year or more), stock prices increase is due to the returns (profits) a company can earn.
Coca Cola had the ability to sustain high returns over a long period of time, allowing the value of the company to compound. The secret to this ability? Having an economic moat.
An economic moat protects a company’s returns from competitors. For the first time, we have created a scorecard that allows users to easily measure, rate, rank and compare a moat. Find high quality, superior companies easily for investment.
And by that, we mean companies with huge returns of 50% and above in long run. Take a look at our back test.
A back test of 650+ stocks in SGX shows that the average total return for moat score over 70 is 75% over 5 years, and a shocking 200%+ for companies with moat score over 80.
A further back test of our moat rating shows a clear trend – A high moat score increases the chances of picking a company with positive total returns over 3 and 5 years.
Plan to buy and hold a company? It might be wise to consider how much moat they have. The following is how a Moat Scorecard of a listed company looks like:
5 easy steps to use the moat scorecard:
1. Find superior companies (moat of 60 and above)
2. See if the company is an industry leader and above average
3. Filter out companies without strong fundamentals
4. Estimate a conservative fair price
5. Monitor current holdings for changes in moat / fundamentals / valuation
What you can expect✔ 600+ Moat scorecards of SGX-listed companies updated monthly
✔ Guide on How to Use Moat Scorecard precisely and effectively
✔ Series of resources on the Explanation of Moats and its related topics
✔ Ask-Us-Anything Q&A 24/7!
✔ Guidance and Support From Simple Investor SG and TUB Investing
How the Moat Scorecard will help you to invest better:1. Don’t worry about bottom picking.
Is the stock market up? Down? The moat scorecard allows you to ignore market noise, find the best companies and buy them at a fair price.
2. Avoid complicated TA and FA, focus on key criteria
Moat scorecard simplifies the process of spotting amazing companies and lets users avoid those with fundamental problems. No complicated chart reading or looking at confusing ratios.
3. Compare across industry easily
How does one compare an airline with an F&B? Moat rating allows investors to compare across 24 industry and 39 sectors in SGX. We believe investors should head for the highest long term returns, no matter the industry.
4. Don’t overpay
Investors that overpay for growth story must wait for years to see a return. We prefer stocks that are already worth what they can produce now. Use our conservative price to estimate what is a good price.
Buy wonderful companies at a fair price with the Moat Scorecard.
"The key to investing is not assessing how much an industry is going to affect society, or how much it will grow, but rather determining the competitive advantage of any given company and, above all, the durability of that advantage. The products or services that have wide, sustainable moats around them are the ones that deliver rewards to investors." - 1999 Interview with Fortune, Warren Buffett
About The Provider
T.U.B is a full-timer in the finance industry who started investing in 2009/10. Like many of us, he has his fair share of mistakes at the start of his investing journey. The worst was when he used up all his saving to bet on warrants, losing half of the saving.
It was only after reading the book, Value Investing: Tools and Technique for Intelligent Investment by James Moniter, in 2011 that he realise the need for a more consistent value-focus strategy. He tried reading more books, but it became apparent that the more information he gather, the more he got confused. Thus, he stopped and came up with his own way of analyzing companies' financial statements by gathering the key concepts from each book he read.
Subsequent investments resulted in more hits than misses, giving him the confidence to declare that he has found his own unique way of investing. Currently, his investment methods has evolved significantly. He uses a few different methods to invest. However, all these methods are always centred around value-investing concepts and fundamental analysis. He is the veteran blogger behind the popular blog, T.U.B Investing.
Simple Investor SG
Investing is all about the company behind a stock. Profiting in the stock market has everything to do with looking at the business – it’s a combination of spotting bad companies, and good ones that have been neglected.
As a business owner, Simple Investor SG’s investment style is heavily influenced by Warren Buffett. He viewed the stock market as a place for him to acquire good business when they become irrationally priced by the market. He is also a firm believer that anyone can invest, as long as they acquire the right knowledge and mindset.
With over 9 years investment experience and 4 years experience from running a business, Simple Investor SG founded simple investor with one aim in mind: to simplify research on businesses, and investment.
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