Category Archives: Investing methodology

Step by Step guide on how to screen for SG Reits with low debt/equity ratios, high interest coverages, and high dividend yields using StocksCafe

I like trying out stock screeners. Occasionally, I would be surprised by what I might find. StocksCafe has this feature on its site, and I find it highly useful for screening dividend stocks and in particular SG Reits. In this … Continue reading

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Michael Burry’s Predictions…and why I am slowing down my DCA investing

Basically, I have been thinking much lately about my warchest level, and also the rate of my DCA (dollar cost averaging) investing to my stock portfolio (esp. my dividend portfolio). Although deep down I still want to grow my monthly/annual … Continue reading

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Lessons from Brian Banks

From time to time, I would come across movies that leave a lasting impression on me. Recently, I watched the show “Brian Banks” on Netflix. Unfortunately, if you intend to watch it now in June 2022, the show is no … Continue reading

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Stay calm, and keep buying…

As stated in this post by Ben in A Wealth of Common Sense, titled “Easy Money is Money Easily Lost” (read here). To quote: “Jason Zweig discovered in the year following the bottom from March 23, 2020 to March 23, 2021, … Continue reading

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The most underrated key to investing and time for me to revisit it in 2022

I always felt that investing is both simple yet difficult at the same time. Terry Smith In the below article, Terry Smith shared his investment strategy, Terry Smith is also known as the English Warren Buffett, Smith joined Barclays as … Continue reading

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Short post for the start of 2022

Happy new year everyone! This will be just a short post.During the end of 2021, I have been really busy at work, and will also be busy in 2022. Portfolio (same old same old) There isn’t much change in my … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the income strategy (Selling Options)

This will probably be a short post. I am still sorting out my thoughts (on various topics). Selling Options being one of them. Options Income Strategy: How To Earn 10% Consistently (read here) New income strategy Selling Cash Secured Put … Continue reading

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Step by step guide to selling Put Options using Tiger Brokers (Desktop version)

There are a number of strategies in generating incomes via various instruments. These incomes can be one time off payout or be in the form of regular (yearly/monthly) payouts eg income streams. Many people like to hold on to a … Continue reading

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Singapore millionaires: Figures in perspective

Number of millionaires in Singapore to surge 62% by 2025 to 437,000: Report (read here) To quote the above article: “Singapore may have 437,000 millionaires by 2025 compared with 270,000 in 2020, according to the bank’s 2021 Global Wealth Report.“ … Continue reading

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Is there a point in setting a personal financial milestone?

On 20 Feb 2020, I wrote in a blog post that I have reached my networth financial milestone. Prior to that post, on 29 April 2018, I highlighted that my ‘journey’ to reaching this milestone was facing some hiccups mainly … Continue reading

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