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You can learn a lot from owning shares for ten years.
Among the two listed telcos, which makes a more attractive investment candidate?
Investors should watch these three stocks closely as they may raise their dividends in the near-term.
What are prospects like for Singapore’s second-largest telecommunications company?
How can we evaluate a company’s management team? It’s not an easy thing to do. But here are some examples of management teams that I think are great.
Remdesivir is one of the most promising treatments for COVID-19 that is undergoing trial testing.
The sharp market fall presents investment opportunities. But investors will need to choose the right investment puzzle to solve.
High dividend yields are not always a good thing. We cite two examples where high yields came along with high risks.
As Smart Investors, our investing horizon stretches out 15 years, rather than 14 days or 15 minutes.
As the curtains come down for 2019, it’s a great time to reflect on our successes and failures. Learn the lessons well, but don’t dwell in the past.
Utico comes to Hyflux’s rescue. But that does not mean a rescue for shareholders and bondholders. That begs the question: how can we avoid such situations in the future?
Buying a stock is easy. Anyone can do it. But holding a stock for the long term is not as easy as it looks.
The number of video streaming options are increasing rapidly. But which online video streaming platform will survive? A key industry veteran gives his views.
Putting aside a sum of money is admirable, but inflation is a persistent monster that chews away at our pot of savings. Here’s what you can do.
The ground beneath the world of capital funding is shifting. But your behaviour is the key factor in determining whether or not you will be a successful investor.
As the avalanche of earnings reports pours in, we can get distracted or motivated to act when we don’t have to. The key is to keep our wits about us.
Nine years of investing distilled into 31 digestible lessons.