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Noble0.141+0.037
Ezion0.092+0.008
Moya Asia R0.002+0.001
HPH Trust USD0.285-
Jiutian Chemical0.044+0.004
YZJ Shipbldg SGD0.955+0.010
DISA0.008-0.001
Nico Steel^0.002-
Thomson Medical0.083+0.007
SingTel3.120-0.040

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Nasdaq 7,692.8 -20.1
HSI 29,338.7 +42.6
HSCEI 11,339.9 -24.8
Jakarta 5,821.8 -0.5
Nikkei 225 22,516.8 -176.2
SSE Comp 2,889.8 +13.9
Shanghai A 3,026.6 +14.5
Shanghai B 289.6 +3.9
ShenZhen A 1,670.2 +20.0
ShenZhen B 1,064.5 +4.5
Taiwan W 10,899.3 -41.8
PSE Comp 0.0
KOSPI 2,357.2 +19.4

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Investment Books

Market Smart

Market Smart

In Market Smart, Goh Eng Yeow explains why even the smartest investors can make huge losses in their investments. He shares on how investors can get rid of the biases that will cloud your investment decision-making processes. The traps of the markets are discussed in the book as well.

Small Change (Book 2)

Small Change (Book 2)

Goh Eng Yeow shares with us the criteria of picking dividend stocks. He also explains the effect of share buybacks on shareholders’ interest and how we should watch the insiders’ trades to catch the “buy” signal. He talks about the myths of “buy in January” and “sell in May”. Actual listed companies in the Singapore Exchange (SGX) are used to explain the concepts mentioned in the book.

Show Me the Money (Book 4)

Show Me the Money (Book 4)

The book shares with us the strategies to beat the unpredictable markets and how we can apply and profit from the principles of compounding. The methods to identify potential signs of trouble from our daily news are mentioned. With the analysis of the current economic situation and oil prices in the book, we are able to better plan our current and future investments.

Show Me the Money (Book 3)

Show Me the Money (Book 3)

The book writes about the methods to spot financial bubbles, the danger signs of the market and the fraud of listed companies. Based on the case studies of past downturns, it teaches us the techniques to analyse the severity of each financial crisis. A clear plan on what to do during crisis is illustrated in the book as well.

Show Me the Money (Book 2)

Show Me the Money (Book 2)

The book writes about the tools and techniques of stock picking, stock valuation and portfolio management. It explains to us how companies finance their growth and shows us how to spot signs of potential trouble for listed companies.

Show Me the Money (Book 1)

Show Me the Money (Book 1)

The book teaches you how to invest in stocks that are most likely to grow in value, how to balance your portfolio so that you have little to fear irregardless of whatever happens in the market, and last but not least, how to be ready to grab the opportunity for the next bull market.

Value.able Book

Value.able Book

Value.able shares with us the right mindset which every investor should start off with and how we can identify extraordinary businesses subsequently. Most importantly, it teaches us the different valuation models for stocks valuation. By following the 3 simple steps mentioned in the book, investors are able to beat the various market conditions effortlessly.

Street Smarts (Hardcover Book)

Street Smarts (Hardcover Book)

In Street Smarts, Jim Rogers shares his investment experiences in stocks, currencies, gold, properties etc. He talks about the observations made and lessons learnt for each investment type. The techniques which can be used to foretell the future market trend are mentioned in the book as well. We can read the book to learn from his past investment experiences.

Value Investing in REITs Book

Value Investing in REITs Book

Benefit from the higher dividend yields by investing in REITs. This book guides us through the REITs investments in a step-by-step and comprehensive manner. Actual case studies of REITs in Singapore are also used for illustration of concepts.

Retire Smart Book

Retire Smart Book

The timely topics covered include tips on making the most of the various Central Provident Fund schemes and enhancements, plugging gaps in one’s insurance coverage, and investing smartly without falling prey to scams. There are also sections devoted to legacy planning, credit and debt planning and consumer protection.