Making Millions out of Penny Stocks, is it Possible?

Hi all, I trust you guys have a good Xmas a few days ago. During my 4 days family vacation to Kuala Lumpur, I was curious if anyone made money trading penny stocks. My initial impression of penny stocks (or stocks that have very little market capitalisation value) is that most inexperienced traders (like me …

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The End of The Year 2018 is Coming…Merry Christmas Soon Folks!

As the year of 2018 draws to a close, I am taking a look back at the progress of the passive income journey I had for myself. Some things I gotten right...some were purely stupid mistakes on hindsight, and some were learning experiences. As I type this post, thoughts about investing ran through my mind. …

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Investing: Do stock prices reflect fundamentals or investors’ sentiment?

This question has been in debate by behaviourists and academicians for decades. Do asset prices in stock markets represent economic fundamentals or investors' emotions? For me, my opinion is that it is mainly due to investors' emotions. Take the stock, Duty Free International, that I bought recently at last month Jan for example. On 10 …

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Investing: What to do when your stock registers an unrealized loss

Losses are part of any investor's journey to be financially independent. It is not pleasant but we have to learn to manage them if we want to be more successful in investing. Today, I will be discussing on a few points  to consider when your stock (or counter) registers an unrealized loss in your portfolio. …

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Investing: How to analyse a company’s cash flow statement

Previously, we looked into how we can dissect the company's financial health through its income statements. Ideally, we would want to invest in a stock that nets a positive and growing net profit over time. Now, we would peer into its cash flow statement. "What's the difference between the two?" you may ask. A business's …

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