Author: T.U.B Investing

Technical Analysis – My Point Of View

I bet you have heard me saying, “I know nuts about TA (aka Technical Analysis)”. I also don’t know what pink line, blue line and purple line is about. I also don’t understand how drawing a cup can help me with the trade. And this is the craziest, how does a dragonfly help to trade? But I do feel I know something about technical analysis and that is “Support”. This is not done by drawing any lines on the chart. But this done by using your eyes! In my smartphone, I have this app where I watchlist over 40...

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This Comeback Kid Rises 20%!

Over the last 2 days, the market seem to have become “happier”. But at the back of my mind, I am always having a cautious view – “Expect the Unexpected”. Do note that “Comeback Kid” is a nickname that I give to a counter that I had divested completely, and re-purchased at a later date. The previous “Comeback Kid” was Singhaiyi Group Ltd, which I had written in the previous post.   For this post, the “Comeback Kid” is TTJ Holding Ltd (aka TTJ). I really regretted selling this counter. My actions were largely influenced by the “noises” after TTJ announced...

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A Review Of The Recent Results Of A Comeback Kid, A Landbank Monster and A Samurai Chef

With another wave of results being released, I will be doing my 2nd review of some of the counters in my portfolio. Read the 1st review here. The Comeback Kid – Singhaiyi Group Ltd – Full Year 2017 Results [No Review via Super Scorecard] Read here for the past write up of this counter. The reason this counter was name as  ‘Comeback Kid” because I bought, sold and bought this counter again over the space of 5 months. In January, I purchase this counter in at 97 and sold some of it at 113 within 2 days due to the...

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An Interview With Faye Wang

For this month’s interviewee, you may not really know her (yup, at last, an interviewee that is a female!), but she is actually a stock market analyst on InvestingNote. I first noticed her was when she posted her analysis of Sheng Shiong on InvestingNote. It was quite detailed and seems to have addressed some of the changes in Sheng Shiong over the last few years. She has also continued to contribute to several articles on The Signal Blog, which I felt were interesting and provide a good overview of the counters as well as its respective industry. Therefore, with...

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A Review Of The Recent Results Of The Small/Mid Caps In My Portfolio

Before I start, I like to apologize for the lack of post and updates on my TUB Investing Facebook Page and InvestingNote. This was because of my new role at work (I think I stated this before) and I was overseas recently. In addition, I will be on reservist soon. So the lack of updates will most probably continue. As per the title of this post, many of my small and mid caps has just released their most recent quarterly results (6 of them were released on 12 May!). However, due to the lack of time, rather than a long...

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Review of Singapore’s Construction Sector – Part 3

Dear Readers, This is Part 3 of the Review of the Singapore Construction Sector – the final review of the trilogy. Part 1 was meant as a more qualitative approach, while Part 2 reviewed the counters via a quantitative approach instead.  For Part 3, it will be rather short. I will basically be testing each selected counter against, what I am known for, the Super Scorecard. Do read up on Part 1 and Part 2 here. So these are the scores for the selected counters – Are you surprised? Selected Counters Score via Super Scorecard DCF and Graham Method...

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I want to help.

This is supposed to be a post on the part 3 of the review of Singapore Construction Industry. But I came across this 2 articles and felt I had to write about it. Article 1: Investors cry foul over firm’s oil bunkering scheme Article 2: Now, founder of collapsed JJPTR offers new scheme with 35% returns Why did people still fall for these scams? A conclusion I came across is that because these scheme was proposed to the potential investors as a “guaranteed return” proposal and people are seduced by the high returns. Another reason I came up with is these...

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A talk on "Fundamental Analysis: The Contrarian Approach"

For those who still do not know, I will be collaborating with InvestingNote by giving a talk on “Fundamental Analysis: The Contrarian Approach”. Unlike the previous talk which focus on my scorecards or investing methods (there will definitely still be overlapping information), I will be focusing more on talk about investing via a contrarian approach. In my own opinion, if everyone thinks in the same way, it will be hard to make gains. That’s why we have to THINK DIFFERENTLY. BE DIFFERENT. The details as follows: – Date: 28 April, This Friday Time: 7 to 9.30pm Location: CMC Markets, 9...

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Review of Singapore’s Construction Sector – Part 2

This is Part 2 of the Review of the Singapore Construction Sector. Part 1 was meant as a more qualitative approach. Part 2 will be using a quantitative approach instead. Do read up on Part 1 here. Prior to this writing, SG Thumbtack Investor has pointed out on InvestingNote, this maybe too much a generalization of the companies within the construction industry. Read his full comments via the link! I totally agreed on this point as I may have leave out some “good” companies in part 2 of this review. So in the end, I decided to do the...

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Review of Singapore’s Construction Sector – Part 1

Dear Readers, I am continuing my search for, what Warren Buffett will have exclaimed – the next “wonderful company at only fair prices”. Therefore, to search for this company, I decided to try searching within the construction industry. The interest in construction industry was triggered due to a few reasons such as: This video via Flyinpeach – Singapore continuous infrastructure development for the next 2 to 3 years will continue to provide projects for the construction industry, especially those in the civil engineering sector. The recent purchases for land at high prices via SP Sertia and Sing Holdings. The...

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An Interview With "BULLytheBEAR"

The next person appearing on my interview series is “BULLytheBEAR“, as he is known within the blogosphere and InvestingNote platform. He has been in the finance blogsphere long before I started my blog. Despite being so much more famous/popular than me, whenever I chatted with him on any of the platforms, he is always ready to help. My initial impression of him is that he is a FA investor (maybe because he is a tutor?). But after learning more about him, I realised he is actually more of a TA investor. However, if you read his blog, you will seldom...

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Launch of T.U.B Circle

Dear Readers, T.U.B Investing will be launching its database site – T.U.B Circle.  This database will contain of my scorecards of the various companies in SGX. The database contains Enhanced Triple S Scorecards, which I no longer distributes. and all the Super Scorecards that I had done. Over time, I will continue to add more Super Scorecards of companies I analyse into the database. If you are interested, simply sign up/email with me.The subscription will be $20 for 3 Months. Everyone whom sign up will be given a Super Scorecard Excel Template and a Super Scorecard Handbook on how...

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I Purchased This Counter At Last!

Recently, rather than bottom fishing for counters, I decide maybe I can try to find the next counter that has the possibility of doubling in share price within the next 2 years. I had a few good picks in the past, such as PNE Industries Ltd, Hock Lian Seng Holdings Ltd, Ellipsiz Ltd and Captii Ltd, that has gain significantly – doubling or almost doubling in share price over a 2 to 3 years period. One of the counters I come across is Japan Foods Holding Ltd (deem as JF for the remainder of the post below). This was a...

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My Oversea Investments

If you had read my blog, you will have read in my previous posts that I had engaged in investing in the US and HK stock market. However, I have yet to explain or even write about these investments. So this will be my first post on my overseas investment. Why did I engage in Overseas Investment? My interest in overseas investment started while I traveled to US and Hong Kong during my last 2 overseas trips. Although traveling overseas were meant to be for leisure, but due to my interest in investing, I tried to understand how the...

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Counters In My Watchlist – An Update

This is just an update to readers who had read about the post “Counters In My Watchlist“. So what had happened to these counters after 1 month and what is my decision moving forward? 1. Yongnam Holdings Ltd As predicted, Yongnam’s share price has ranged from 0.199 to 0.210 over this 1 month. I had told many people (even during my sharing session conducted recently), and also stated in the initial post, I doubt the share price will go below 0.199 or have a drastic fall like other counters such as Noble Group. This is mainly due to the...

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