It Does Pay to Be Boring

Be Boring - How the best investments are the most boring ones. “Investing should be dull. It shouldn't be exciting. Investing should be more like watching paint dry or grass grow. If you want excitement, take $800 and go to Las Vegas” - Paul Samuelson Investing can definitely be exciting. Seeing those numbers tick upwards … Continue reading It Does Pay to Be Boring

Avarga Ltd (SGX:U09) – To Benefit From Crazy Lumber Prices

Avarga Ltd (SGX:U09) is set to benefit from the huge spike in lumber price. Avarga Ltd is an investment holding company and its crown jewel is Taiga Building Products Ltd, a wholesale distributor of building materials in North America. Increase in homebuilding and renovation demand, combined with production cuts due to Covid-19, has caused lumber … Continue reading Avarga Ltd (SGX:U09) – To Benefit From Crazy Lumber Prices

Nordic (SGX:MR7) – Will Contract Backlog Will Push Nordic Back Up?

Nordic Group Limited (SGX:MR7) is a global solutions provider in areas of System Integration, Maintenance, Repair, Overhaul & Trading, Precision Engineering, Scaffolding, Insulation Services and Petrochemical & Environmental Engineering Services. In 2020, they are hit by a number of issues relating to Covid-19 such as the extended closures of the Group's operations in China and … Continue reading Nordic (SGX:MR7) – Will Contract Backlog Will Push Nordic Back Up?

Throwback Thursday – My First Multi-Bagger

I started investing in 2015. I was attracted to value investing or rather, it made much more sense to me compared to trading or looking at technical charts. The first investment book that I read was "The Manual of Ideas" by John Mihaljevic. https://www.bookdepository.com/Manual-Ideas-John-Mihaljevic/9781118083659 From there, I developed a set of criteria to look for … Continue reading Throwback Thursday – My First Multi-Bagger