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Sim Kang Heong
2019-02-10 10:01:31
4 Stocks This Week (Utilities) [8Feb 2019] – Keppel Infra Trust; CITIC Envirotech; China Everbright Water; China Jinjiang Environment
The Utilities sector on SGX is made up of companies that are in the business of providing gas, electricity or water. While traditionally thought of as defensive in nature, with population growth as a key driver, Utilities stocks have shown themselves to have comparable volatility (and growth potential) with the broader stock market. The five largest capitalised Utility stocks on SGX are Keppel Infrastructure Trust, CITIC Envirotech, China Everbright Water, China Jinjiang Environment and SIIC Environment Holdings, which has a combined market capitalisation of about $5.7 billion. These five stocks started 2019 strong, delivering an average year-to-date return of 17%. In this instalment of 4 Stocks This Week, we’ll take a closer look at four of these stocks. Keppel Infrastructure Trust (SGX
Investment Moats
2019-01-01 11:57:05
My 2018 Investing Result
I have never come up with a post about my wealth building as a summary for the year and really hate to come up with something like this because my results have always been bad. However, since some readers asked, I tried to keep it brief. Here are some things you need to know about my wealth building system, or how it has evolved until this current state: Active investor My main wealth machine is through active stock investing Asset allocation of Individual Equities and Bonds/Cash Portfolio Construction/Management takes place before individual financial assets (stocks, bonds, cash) selection My equities position goes up and down between 40% to 70% depending on my reads of the market I understand fundamentals, valuations, a little momentum, and a little technical analysis, but I would call
A Path to Forever Financial Freedom (3Fs)
2018-11-08 21:05:02
My Thought Process On Discretionary Spending
First of all, apologies for the lack of posting as I just came back from my trip from Taiwan which my friends and I did our main objective of the trip which is to cycle. During our time there, we also witness a nice fireworks display and we also walked around a few of the night market. The topic that I wanted to write today however is about controlled spending, and this came up because my friends who were with me were asking why my spending was so low and how I manage my controlled spending, even though some of the stuff that we came across in Taiwan was really tempting at one point but I walked away from purchasing it. I thought I’d come up with a post on how I liberate my thought process when it comes to discretionary spending. First, by clearly segregating my spend
Ernest Lim's Investing Blog
2018-10-24 14:58:18
Sunpower slips into bear market territory – Buying opportunity or falling knife? (24 Oct 18)
This week, Sunpower attracts me due partly to the industry which it is in; the recent US$180m investments made by DCP and CDH into Sunpower whose market cap is only around US$206m, and the considerable 40% share price decline since hitting an intra-day high of $0.645 on 28 Jun 2018 to trade $0.385 today. Let’s take a look.   Description of Sunpower Based on Sunpower’s description, it is an environmental protection solutions specialist in proprietary energy saving and clean power technologies. It has two main business segments, viz. Manufacturing & Services (“M&S”) and Green Investments (“GI”). M&S segment comprise of Environmental Equipment Manufacturing (“EEM”) and Engineering, Procurement and Construction Integrated Solutions (“EPC”). Notwithstanding
A Path to Forever Financial Freedom (3Fs)
2018-10-14 20:57:26
What People Misunderstood About My Combo Savings Strategy
When my recent article got published on Yahoo Money Matters (Link Here if you are interested), there were many attacks remarks on the comments section and also on the social media and hardwarezone forum in particular to the way I save on things.They think that by being able to get to where I am today, I must have scrimped on things so badly in order to amass such a high percentage of savings even though I am the sole breadwinner of the family and our family have two young children.At least 50% of the crowd thinks the maths doesn't add up, or they must think I live a misery life that I am missing out on most of the "fun" things in life.The other 50% of the crowd thinks I must have a high income equivalent to a scholar working for the government.Everywhere on the comments was an as

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