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Hi, I am an investor from Singapore. I previously managed stock investments in South East Asia and generate up to 10%+ total returns for high net worth clients.

Click on "Get $5 Reward" on the right to receive my latest investment ideas. Besides you will get two Stock Market Guides and a PDF ebook on Value Investing.

Recent investment ideas include:
1. Shorting Dow Jones Industrial Average Futures (Up 2% and ongoing from 24251)
2. Shorting Direxion 3X Bearish US Bond ETF (Up 2% in 1 month, position closed).

About the US Stock Market Guide:
  1. Excel file that covers 60 stocks.
  2. Each stock is given a Practical Value Rating(1 to 6) to buy or sell.
  3. Concise explanation for each stock on why it is rated buy or sell.
  4. Can be shared and distributed freely.
About the Singapore Stock Market Guide:
  1. Excel file that covers 200+ stocks.
  2. Each stock is given a Practical Value Rating(1 to 6) to buy or sell.
  3. Concise explanations for each stock on why it is rated buy or sell.
  4. Can be shared and distributed freely.
The Singapore Stock Market Guide will be updated half a year if there are significant movements in the fundamentals or share prices of the company.

For example here is an explanation on why Google is cheap:

1. Google(Alphabet) is an online and mobile advertising company. They own Android, Google Search and Youtube.
2. Google has been growing earnings at 30% a year. Google is taking away market share from TV and newspaper advertising side very strongly. The main driver behind this is because in the last 5 years, consumers/housholds worldwide have suffered great financial difficulties. Wages were stagnant, bank saving interest rates were very low and housing prices are up which all puts a squeeze on consumers/households. Many households went into debt to get housing and essential stuffs. As such, on the entertainment side, households responded by choosing cheaper products like the Internet and mobile phone to replace many things. The reason is because it is more expensive to get entertainment, news, movies, games, shopping etc in the physical world via cinemas, restaurants, magazine subscribtion, Paid TV, sports, meet ups, parties, shopping malls etc as compare to getting it in one place = Internet. Thus Google is a growth company and should be valued based on PE ratio.
3. The current forward PE of Google is 27 times and the EPS growth is roughly 30%+. At this rate, Google is cheap. But if the financial markets correct within a year, you may be able to get Google at a lower price which is even better.
4. Practical Value Rating = 5, Buy, Cheap Growth Play.

Disclaimer:
By becoming my patron you agree that all information provided is only for educational purposes and do not constitute financial advice or recommendations of any form. You also agree that investing is risky and you will be solely responsible for any losses incurred from your own investments.

Thank you!
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Stock Market Blog Post Guide
$5 or more per 10
Received Stock Market Blog Post Guides for Singapore and United States.
Hi, I am an investor from Singapore. I previously managed stock investments in South East Asia and generate up to 10%+ total returns for high net worth clients.

Click on "Get $5 Reward" on the right to receive my latest investment ideas. Besides you will get two Stock Market Guides and a PDF ebook on Value Investing.

Recent investment ideas include:
1. Shorting Dow Jones Industrial Average Futures (Up 2% and ongoing from 24251)
2. Shorting Direxion 3X Bearish US Bond ETF (Up 2% in 1 month, position closed).

About the US Stock Market Guide:
  1. Excel file that covers 60 stocks.
  2. Each stock is given a Practical Value Rating(1 to 6) to buy or sell.
  3. Concise explanation for each stock on why it is rated buy or sell.
  4. Can be shared and distributed freely.
About the Singapore Stock Market Guide:
  1. Excel file that covers 200+ stocks.
  2. Each stock is given a Practical Value Rating(1 to 6) to buy or sell.
  3. Concise explanations for each stock on why it is rated buy or sell.
  4. Can be shared and distributed freely.
The Singapore Stock Market Guide will be updated half a year if there are significant movements in the fundamentals or share prices of the company.

For example here is an explanation on why Google is cheap:

1. Google(Alphabet) is an online and mobile advertising company. They own Android, Google Search and Youtube.
2. Google has been growing earnings at 30% a year. Google is taking away market share from TV and newspaper advertising side very strongly. The main driver behind this is because in the last 5 years, consumers/housholds worldwide have suffered great financial difficulties. Wages were stagnant, bank saving interest rates were very low and housing prices are up which all puts a squeeze on consumers/households. Many households went into debt to get housing and essential stuffs. As such, on the entertainment side, households responded by choosing cheaper products like the Internet and mobile phone to replace many things. The reason is because it is more expensive to get entertainment, news, movies, games, shopping etc in the physical world via cinemas, restaurants, magazine subscribtion, Paid TV, sports, meet ups, parties, shopping malls etc as compare to getting it in one place = Internet. Thus Google is a growth company and should be valued based on PE ratio.
3. The current forward PE of Google is 27 times and the EPS growth is roughly 30%+. At this rate, Google is cheap. But if the financial markets correct within a year, you may be able to get Google at a lower price which is even better.
4. Practical Value Rating = 5, Buy, Cheap Growth Play.

Disclaimer:
By becoming my patron you agree that all information provided is only for educational purposes and do not constitute financial advice or recommendations of any form. You also agree that investing is risky and you will be solely responsible for any losses incurred from your own investments.

Thank you!

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Stock Market Blog Post Guide
$5 or more per 10
Received Stock Market Blog Post Guides for Singapore and United States.