We humans are afraid to die. But interestingly, most of us fear public speaking more than death! True story. Search it up on Google and have a good laugh! So why do most people fear public speaking? Well, I would like to think that it has to do with the environment we spend most of … Continue reading Investing In Thyself: Why you should do public speaking.
Although not as common as the P/E Ratio, the P/S Ratio is also a very useful indicator when seeking for above average returns. Billionaire investment guru and bestselling author Kenneth Fisher believes that the Price to Sales Ratio reveals a lot more than the Price to Earnings Ratio. What is the Price to Sales … Continue reading CapitalistLAD Guide to Ratios: P/S Ratio
P/B Ratio Case Study: Investment arbitrage on KeppelLand *Read part 1 of this article if you haven't already. In early 2014, I bought KeppelLand, a property developer, for $3.30. At $3.30, the P/B ratio was about 0.78. This meant that the stock was trading at a 22% discount to its book value. The P/E was ratio … Continue reading CapitalistLAD Guide to Ratios: P/B Ratio (Part 2)
In the previous article, we discussed how the P/E ratio is widely used by investors to determine how much the market is willing to pay on each dollar of the company’s earnings. However, the P/E ratio alone is inadequate for an investor to make an investment decision. In today’s article, we’d like to introduce to […]
New to investing? The P/E Ratio is one of the most common ratios used by investors and speculators when choosing a stock. What is the P/E Ratio: P/E is short for Price to Earnings. It is calculated by dividing the price of the share by the past year’s Earnings Per Share (EPS) of the … Continue reading CapitalistLAD Guide to Ratios: P/E Ratio
This first article serves as the foundation with which our future posts will be built upon. You might have already heard of a robber by the name of INFLATION. He is relentless in his quest of taking away the purchasing power of our money over time. So how do we alleviate the erosion against our […]
Dear all, Nigel and I decided to start this blog to engage apathetic youth and help already enthusiastic young investors in their journey to achieve their financial goals. We have been deliberating over the idea of starting a blog for the longest time! We are really excited and very happy to share what we have learnt … Continue reading The Beginnings