The Guide To Singapore Stocks - 2018 Edition
|Author||TUBInvesting, Simple Investor with special commentary by Lau Shi Ern|
|Format||Online Ebook (Not Downloadable)|
The Guide To SG stocks 2018 is a special compilation of openly sourced data on all listed companies in SGX.
Organised by industry and sector and consisting of 700+ pages, this guide allows you to quickly understand how each SGX-listed company has been performing and what it does.
In this edition, we are pleased to have Shi Ern on board as a collaborator, who worked as an investment analyst previously.
Over the past few months, Shi Ern has taken time to answer questions from many fellow investors, doing it out of good will and sharing his thoughts with the community. Having experienced investing as a fund analyst, we believe his view will be useful as a unique perspective to our readers.
"Risk comes from not knowing what you’re doing.” Research well and know your options before investing.
About The Authors
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.
With over 9 years investment experience and 4 years experience from running a business, Simple Investor SG founded simple investor (https://www.facebook.com/simpleinvestorsg/) with one aim in mind : to simplify research on businesses, and investment.
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 centered around value-investing concepts and fundamental analysis.He is the veteran blogger behind the popular blog, tubinvesting.blogspot.com.