The past few weeks weren’t the best of weeks for shareholders of Noble.
Noble’s share price went tumbling down from $1.34 to $0.44, which is barely 33 percent of its recent valuation! The sudden fall in share price was attributable to two significant events:
- management profit guidance which led to fears that Noble’s troubles have yet to subside
- a credit rating downgrade by S&P
The fall of Noble, as the largest commodities trader in Asia, from the brutal attack by Iceberg Research acts as a reminder for investors like myself to learn from and avoid investing in rogue companies.
It reminds us of three important lessons that every investor should learn from and take your investment strategy to the next level.
Three Lessons That Investors Should Learn From Noble’s Downfall
1. Invest In Companies That Rides The Macro Trend
Another reason for Noble’s downfall was the poor …