We just had our last workshop of the year…and all seats were filled!
The workshop was specifically about Value Momentum as an investing strategy, presented by Alison Liew aka the man behind the popular financial blog, Heartlandboy.com. It’s a hybrid strategy which uses a hybrid mix of both Fundamental Analysis and Technical Analysis.
During the workshop, Alison showed his vital 8 criteria to make his investing decisions.
Seafood restaurant chain and brewery business group – No Signboard Holdings is seeking a Catalist listing to raise up to $35mil. Based on preliminary information, this could potentially value the company at approximately $130mil.
This post first appeared on ProButterfly.com on 13-Nov-2017 and also on InvestingNote. It was written by our veteran community member, Tam Ging Wien, author of REITs to Riches: Everything You Need to Know About Investing Profitably in REITs.
Based on information available, ProButterfly understands that No Signboard Holdings is currently in the book building exercise phase to place out its shares.
ProButtefly understands that No Signboard Holdings is targeting a listing by 30-Nov-2017.
We’ve been working hard the past few months to increase the range of products on our online store.
As you know, you can already purchase ebooks through our store. Right now, we’re excited to announce that we’ve expanded it to include video courses as well.
Say goodbye to old, traditional offline courses that can cost a bomb. With our technology, you will now be able to learn at your own pace, engage with your instructor in real-time, anytime and become a better investor.
Having said that, @BrennenPak has created 2 exclusive courses to impart his knowledge, experience and skills. If you don’t already know who Brennen Pak is, he retired at the age of 46 after attaining financial freedom, as an investor.
To date, he owns many stocks with multi-baggers including two stocks that were taken private, earning him a 6-figure sum each. Sitting on a 7-figure portfolio with a huge unrealized profit, he is able to fund all his family expenses (including contributing to the maintenance of his old aged parents who had passed on) as well as his own expenses all through the passive income derived from the portfolio alone, including extras to continue investing.
The first course created by Brennen is Value Investing: The Essential Guide. It’s a course that covers the basics and foundations of value investing, such as reading annual reports critically, doing your risk and reward analysis, valuation techniques such as relative and absolute values, and more.
InvestingNote Workshop Series: Value Momentum Workshop
Our workshop series is back again!
This time, learn a hybrid form of value investing which uses a mix of fundamental and technical analysis, also known as Value Momentum.
Conducted by our veteran financial blogger, @heartlandboy (aka Alison), he will teach you to identify a company’s sustainable competitive advantage, future growth drivers and more.
He will also be sharing secrets of his investments.
Enrich your investing acumen and hear it from Heartlandboy.
Mark your calendars for Tuesday 21st November, 7pm – 9pm.
Limited seats only.
Register now, come later. We’d see you there!
The iPhone X was officially launched yesterday, 2 November. So was Apple’s Q4 results.
The iPhone X, released as the iPhone to commemorate 10 years since the first iPhone was released.
A joint-venture (JV) between Keppel Corporation and KBS Pacific Advisors is seeking to raise $448mil in a Singapore initial public offering of Keppel-KBS US REIT (KKREIT).
This post first appeared on ProButterfly.com on 31-Oct-2017 and also on InvestingNote. It was written by our veteran community member, Tam Ging Wien, author of REITs to Riches: Everything You Need to Know About Investing Profitably in REITs.
The KKREIT is a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) which draws rental income from 11 office properties across 7 major US cities including Seattle, Austin, Houston and Atlanta. The assets are a mix of prime and sub-urban office spaces.
At the time of writing, KKREIT has just lodged a preliminary prospectus for a listing on the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) mainboard. There is a total of 262,772,400 (262.77mil) units on offer at a price of US$0.88 per unit. The IPO and trading of the units will be denominated in USD. …
We’re officially part of the SGX joint-initiative, Investor-One!
The Investor-One portal was created to give more awareness to Catalist-listed stocks, and officially released on the 10th anniversary of the Catalist.
Through this new website, retail investors can see exclusive editorials, performance ratings, quick facts, recent IPOs, an academy to help young investors and social sentiments (powered by our finest investing community).
You got to hand it to these government linked REITs.
A few years ago, Ascendas REIT (5.8% dividend yield on my dividend stock tracker) decides to go forth and venture south to the land of Australia. They went in big, by enlarging their short land lease portfolio by 25% with Australia freehold assets.
They were able to finance such a large acquisition with a combination of rights issue, preferred shares and debt. The net effect is that they managed to lengthen the average land lease of the portfolio, the WALE, added some rental escalation and diversified the geographical region.
Some time ago this year, Mapletree Industrial REIT (6% dividend yield) announced that they would like to expand their mandate to manage data centers.
Catching Falling Knife Of Blue Chip Stocks In Singapore Without Getting Sliced
This weekend, I will be sharing my thoughts on catching falling knife blue chips like M1, Star Hub, SPH and Raffles Medical Group. Usually, for stocks that fall so much within a short period, there is a reason and usually is due to change in fundamentals such as profit, growth or potential future earnings look bleak. In my opinion, if a retail investor who hates to see paper losses should wait a bit more before burning their cash as analyst reports are usually negative on them hence funds are selling. There is no point in catching a falling knife for them as there is a possibility of further pain in such shares. Is better in my opinion for such retail investors to chase high and buy when fundamental improve than to bottom fish. There is no one size fits all investment strategy for all. For me, I prefer to bottom fish as there is more upside potential but the risk is paper losses in some counters when they continue to fall. …