#05: Croesus Retail Trust (CRT) and Religare Health Trust (RHT)

Stock Picks Date: 13 November 2015

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No Interest Rate Hike In October But…..

Date: 29 Oct 2015 Well the Federal Reserve had put interest rate on hold, but wording quite strongly that there could be a hike further down the road. The Federal Reserve has unwittingly painted themselves into a corner. By announcing that there will be a rate hike this year, to

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Deflation, Inflation And Gold

Date: 24 Oct 2015 Below is a very interesting article and reinforce my believe that gold could be the bright spark in the coming years. Within 2 days we have seen The ECB  (European Central Bank) maintaining its rates and hinting of further QE by year end if the EU

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#04: Gold Market Outlook and Gold Mining Stocks

Stock Picks Date: 23 October 2015

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#03: Singapore Post Limited (SingPost) & Singapore Telecommunication Limited (SingTel)

Stock Picks Date: 9 October 2015

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#02: Capitaretail China Trust & FIH Mobile Limited

Stock Picks Date: 27 September 2015

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About Trade Receivables and Trade Payables

Date: 25 Sept 2015 In any manufacturing business, most of the trade are done with credit terms. It is important that the ratio between Trade Receivables and Trade Payables are close to 1:1. This would at least ensure that the Amount Receivable is enough to offset the Amount Payable. If

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#01: Hopewell and CMI

Stock Picks Date: 11 September 2015 My apologies. Earlier, I mentioned that the Dividend Yield for CMI is 8.7% based on its Share Price of HK$2.20. The information is incorrect. Total Dividend for 2015 is HK$0.247 which translates to a Dividend Yield of 11.2% The ex-Dividend date is 30 September,

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Using Google Finance and AAStocks

Date: 1 Aug 2015 Here’s some useful information about Google Finance. US, UK and Singapore stocks are on real time. Hong Kong stocks are delayed 15 minutes while Australia stocks are delayed 20 minutes. Google Finance is ideal to search for competitors within the same industry as discussed in Module 1.  Most of the business…

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Why You Should Never Ever Use Debt To EBITDA When Assessing A Company

Date: 31 Jul 2015 Although many analysts use Debt to EBITDA when assessing a company, I strongly discourage you NOT to use this measurement. Many companies use this measurement when they prepare their Summary Report for the quarter to paint a rosy picture. It DOES NOT. EBITDA is Earnings Before

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