Of course can!
By Alvin Chow
Singaporeans love to eat and Chilli Crabs are one of our favourite dishes.
No, we are not turning drwealth.com into a food blog.
Instead, the purpose of this article is to share my thoughts about the No Signboard’s Initial Public Offering (IPO) that is going to happen on 30 Nov 2017.
I will be comparing Jumbo and No Signboard since they are both listed on the SGX and they have similar businesses.
Let’s dive into it!
Who Serves Better Crabs?
Fun Fact: most people are probably not aware that Jumbo was not the first to introduce the Chilli Crab dish. Roland Restaurant has openly stated that they are the founder of the Chilli Crab in 1956.
I believe each restaurant has its supporters.
This section may stir up some debate, but let’s focus on the
Who is more Profitable?
Introducing The Profitability Factor
Dr Wealth embraces the Factor-Based Investing framework which allows us to invest in stocks exhibiting scientifically proven market-beating factors. We have 3 systematic strategies that can be …read more
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I’m in the Facebook group for returned overseas Singaporeans, and was pleasantly intrigued when our local actor Michael Chua shared a short film that he acted in during 2012 that’s directed by James Khoo.
Not long, around 12 minutes.
For your viewing pleasure this cool lazy Sunday:
|Open field between the old Mei Chin secondary and primary school|
The camera picture quality on a mobile phone 10 years ago was atrocious.
This is a stand alone post, but readers may want to read my previous post, especially the comments section for context and perspective.
Let’s say you have done your research and have some experience with buying TVs in the past. You’re not a white piece of paper.
You know LED TV is a specific type of LCD TV; both are using the same LCD technology – just the light source is different. So you won’t be the “bei kambing” who thinks LED and LCD TVs are using different technologies.
Angels exists among us.
You could be one. You could be an angel to a local startup.
And you could be rewarded if the startup becomes big.
But should you become an angel investor?
Are there enough options for you? What are the risks you need to bear? And, would you need to spend time nurturing your startups?
If you have at least $500,000 set aside for investing and wish to support local entrepreneurs, read this article because we answer all the questions above and more in today’s article.
Unlike most of our guide, this guide is structured more like a Q&A answering the frequently asked questions about Angel Investing in Singapore:
“Which brand is the most popular?”
Jobless sounds negative. As if you can’t find or hold on to a steady ob.
By Alvin Chow
Many investors wish they can tell the future of a company.
Driven by that desire, they seek out the best ways to forecast future performance, and make investments based on their ‘calculations’. But the only certainty that any investor will ever have is that the future is definitely uncertain.
Today’s dividend stock reminds us of the uncertainty that we have to deal with as investors.
Ellipsiz was a great looking stock with a huge potential, however changes happened relatively quickly. And we were glad we still managed a 56% return in 6 months amidst the changes.
On top of discovering how we analyse dividend stocks, here are 3 more takeaways you can expect from today’s case study:
- How to uncover hidden gems in the stock market, the profitable way
- Why boring, inconspicuous stocks tend to provide greater returns compared to the well-known blue chip stocks
- How we detected warning signs that made us sold the stock
Let’s jump right in:
How We Uncovered This Gem In The Stock Market
Average investors get stock ideas from various sources. It could be from friends, family, financial news or even online discussions. They would then investigate further and decide if the stock is worthy for investments.
However, we do things differently.
We use a quantitative …read more