Singapore-listed companies are now given the option to move away from quarterly reporting (QR). But not every company will get that option, especially if they are earmarked as “risky”.
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Investing is not always smooth sailing, so how should investors react to sudden negative events such as the Wuhan virus?
What makes your investment a winning one? Here are four key attributes that can be found in worthwhile long-term investments.
With the risk of contagion growing daily, here are three industries investors can look at that either benefit or are unaffected by the new Coronavirus.
As investors, our goal is always to continually learn and improve. In that spirit, here are three important lessons I picked up last year.
It’s been an exciting few months here at The Smart Investor. We are grateful for your support.
So, your stock has done well and you are thinking of selling. Is it the right move to make?
Investing is not always smooth sailing. With that in mind, here are three companies with red flags that would raise an eyebrow.
A quick review of the parties that have thrown their hat into the ring for Singapore’s five digital banking licenses.
With the New Year upon us, investors should resolve to avoid these two big mistakes during their investment journey.
We’re back with another three companies that pay more than your CPF Ordinary Account, making it six blue-chip companies that pay more than a 2.5% yield.
Buying stocks is not just about buying low and selling high. Chin Hui Leong makes the argument that the stock has to fit your goals, and much more.
Simple to follow but powerful lessons from Fundsmith, the largest mutual fund in the United Kingdom with £18bn assets under management.
Two REITs and a major Singapore telco are down from their highs. But is this an opportunity for you to buy these companies?
Imagine if you only worked one day in a year and your portfolio outperformed most fund managers. One fund manager shows us how it can be done.
When your stock plunges more than 24% in a single day, you need to keep your wits about you if you want to come out on top.
Nine years of investing distilled into 31 digestible lessons.
You can get the best of both growth and value if you are willing to put in the due diligence and understand of how businesses and industries work.