Jardine Matheson Holdings (SGX: J36) has been on a tear this year, dropping by as much as 23% in 2019, mainly due to the intensifying global trade tension, protests in Hongkong and slowing businesses in particular the auto sales, putting the company as one of the worst performer in the STI index. As a contrarian investor myself, I became interested in the company when the share price keeps falling, which means valuations are getting cheaper in relative to its earnings. But as an investor with limited resources, is now the best time to put our money into the company? Company’s Background Founded in 1832, Jardine Matheson Holdings became one of the trading houses that shaped the early days of Hong Kong’s development. It moved its stock listing to Singapore thereafter in the early 1990s. The company is a conglomerate investment holdings company akin to Berkshire Holdings of Warren Buffett,