Reflections and My Top 10 Positions
By T.U.B Investing  •  May 18, 2022
Where should I start? Prior to March 20, I primarily invested in SG firms. My portfolio suffered a 40 percent decrease as a result of the covid-19 pandemic. I've been concentrating on the US market since May/June 20. As of March 21, my portfolio had broken even and had returned around 15%. But then "Bill Hwang" shows up, and my portfolio suffered a gunshot wound that can be recovered in a short period of time. However, I later became a Tencent and Baba shareholder. After that, we know what happened. My portfolio is currently severely in the red, with losses perhaps approaching 50%. Worse than the March 2020 decline.
In this portfolio update, I'd like to reflect on the reasons for my portfolio's significant drop.
After all, the most crucial aspect of being an investor is to evaluate and comprehend what may have been done better. 1. Lack of Focus on Financials It still makes sense based on the qualitative way I examined companies...
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By T.U.B Investing
I am the founder of T.U.B Investing Blog and the Co-founder of Fundamental Scorecard. I am a full-time employee who started investing in 2009/10 during my university days. Like many of us, I had my fair share of mistakes at the start of my investing journey. The worst time was when I used all my saving to bet on warrants, losing half of it ...

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