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Unique s-REIT: the many untold stories about Saizen REIT

I think one of the largest shareholder of Saizen Reit (Argyle Street Management) is wrong in their opinion.  They lobbied for the management in the recently completed AGM, to disperse Saizen Reit’s huge cash reserves as dividend to “enhance” share holder’s value. The full write up on Strait Times can be found below. I don’t […]

How to build your own Value Investing portfolio

A week ago I was invited to a Value Investing Sharing Session by Aggregate Asset Management (AAM). They are a local boutique fund management company specializing in value investing. Their flagship fund, the Aggregate Value Fund, does not charge annual management fees and clients only pay performance fees for absolute returns. I find this very refreshing because they really structure the fund […]

As seen on Newspaper! My contribution to “How to pick a winning IPO” or “投资IPO 如何“趋吉避凶”?”

Got my first request to contribute to a local newspaper!  The article was published on the  ZaoBao financial section ok! Don’t play play. 🙂 The journalist asked me if I could help contribute my thoughts of IPO investing and of course I said “sure!” So here is the full answers I gave from the questions he asked. […]

Skillshare- my dream start-up

Damn it!! They stole my start-up idea!! Argghhh..  I think i need to go kick myself! That was my reaction what I chance upon Skillshare.com. I am always into technology and into education, so when I was dreaming up start up ideas, the concept  of enabling millions of teachers/experts teaching millions of students over the web came up.  But it […]

2 good investment opportunities and 1 big warning after QE3 announcement

It was 1:15am last Thursday night when my fellow investing friend apps me that QE3 is “ON!”. Straight away I logged into my CFD account and bought Silver. Even though Silver has ran up quite a bit in anticipation of the QE announcement, I think there are more upside. By now most of the readers already know about the QE3 […]

Jim Rogers’s view on Euro, Gold, China and Commodity at Shares Investment Conference. Part 2

This is part 2 of a 2 part series talking about Jim Rogers views on Euro, Gold, China, Commodity at the Shares Investment 2012. You can read part 1 here. Stock market in general – Long term bearish. Especially after the US, China and German elections. Right now a lot of leaders are spending money to […]

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