It seems that constant change is the new normal, after a sudden rally 2 weeks ago and a sudden drop earlier this week, the market is becoming more and more volatile, possibly due to the lack of major headlines, leaving investors to their own devices, which allows for a lot of room for change in the perception of the value of the shares. While we may have missed the bottom, a sudden drop during this period of volatility may provide an another opening for us to enter the market at an attractive valuation.

I’m still looking at Sembcorp Industries and Keppel as my next target, so I’m hoping that there will be an opening for me to enter into them at an attractive valuation. I particularly like Sembcorp Industries as its utilities business is continuing its expansion with the launching of a new power complex in India and other projects …