Author: Creed's Cash Flow

SinoGrandness – Some WarChest Spending

So I decided to get some trading done. I’ve been thinking more about investments in the recent weeks. However, I saw something that I thought might be worth checking out. I’m looking to achieve a 10-15% return on my capital, and if it happens, then I’ll have something extra for the wallet and the ol’ portfolio. I thought I’d get into SinoGrandness, a company most well-known for loquat juice. I’ve had some decent returns trading this stock in the past, and now, I’ve decided to bite the bullet and put a few thousand into the pot again. I expect...

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Goodbye KeppelCorp, Hello ST Engineering – Don’t Ever Fear Change

So, I mixed up my portfolio yesterday. Two things I’ve learned from my foray into investments: there is no need to fear change, and never to fall in love with a stock. Honestly speaking, the easier it is for you to let go of your stocks when you realize that better opportunities are out there, the better off you are. There’s nothing wrong with adapting to the market or the situation if you think it necessary. I’ve had the misfortune of seeing friends lose thousands because they hung onto to a stock, always believing that the price would turn around. Never...

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"Should you be prepping your war chest now? Is Winter coming after the recent rally?"

No, I don’t think so. At least, not yet. For beginners to finance and investment – a war chest is a sum of cash set aside for the specific purpose of taking advantage of opportunities. For example, buying stocks on the cheap when prices suddenly plunge. The STI has been on steroids during the last week – it shot back up to 2800+ amidst a slight rise in oil prices and a rally in the Wall Street markets. A month ago, the idea that the STI would hit 3000 any time soon was a pipe dream, but the STI...

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