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GOLDEN AGRI-RESOURCES LTD (SGX:E5H)


GOLDEN AGRI-RESOURCES LTD (SGX:E5H) @ SGinvestors.io
SGD 0.230
0.000 / 0.00%
Share Price as of: 2021-09-17 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / MU0117U00026
Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Consumer Staples / Food, Beverage & Tobacco / Food Products


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Create Wealth Through Long-Term Investing and Short-Term Trading
Createwealth8888
2021-08-25 20:36:09
Owning Singapore stocks has been a poor bet even for investors with long horizons
Read? Owning Singapore stocks has been a poor bet even for investors with long horizonsAlamak!Another one from BT laughing at Panda and Koala retail investors in local market! Chun bo?Hmm .. then we can look at Temasek's investment performance supported by an army of professionals and invest globally and privately.Read? Temasek‚Äôs net portfolio value rebounds to record highCW8888 One-man gang vs Temasek's Army of Professionals22 yrs at 5.9% as of today market closing  vs 8% 20 rolling yrs at FY 21Did Panda perform so badly meh?----------------------------------------------------WEALTH management experts often advise investors not to put any funds they might immediately need in the stock market.To maximise the benefit of traditionally high returns from owning stocks, an
Sillyinvestor
Unknown
2021-05-26 21:10:11
Random thoughts: BT article on "5 investment pitfalls"
 I read an BT article on 5 investment pitfalls. I thought I blog about it to crystallize my thoughts. I hope I will be able to illustrate the various points made by the author with my own examples."If something is too good to be true, it probably is" I wonder what is considered "too good to be true"? Dividends yield of more than 10%? I remember I used to own APTT, LMRT, Sabana Reit and even SPH at $3.6. Most of them have yield around 10%. except SPH.Even suspended Qingmei gave an yield of 15% for me, once. I think there is big difference here between trailing yield and future yield. Looking back, buying counters with trailing yield of around 10% or more usually does more harm than good to my portfolio. There are indeed years where I harvest the above 10% yield, but it is not





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