Let’s assume you bought a stock at RM 6+ a share in 2021. Today, its stock price is RM 5.06 a share. Thus, you are in a 15%-20% capital loss position.
Here is another case study. There is a stock that was trading at around S$ 11 a share in 2019. Then, its price had fallen by 20%-25% to S$ 8+ a
Let’s say, you bought a stock at RM 4+ a share in 2018. Today, it is trading at RM 3.41 a share, putting you at a 20%-25% in capital loss. Source:
As I write, there are many ways that people use to profit from the stock market. Some prefer investing while many others choose to trade and speculate. Surely, there were profits
Honestly, I wish I could say that I’m a maverick in investing. But, I’m not. Personally, I come from a working class family, where I was encouraged to finish school and
I have received 3 questions on LPI Capital Bhd (LPI) from a subscriber of mine at DividendVault.com. The questions are sent to me in screenshots and Mandarin. So here, let
Lately, I received a list of questions on assessing the financial results of a REIT in Malaysia via email. The email contains an ExcelSheet and is written in Mandarin Chinese.
Once again, an age-old debate on which is better: Dividends or Growth? I’m positive many would opt for Growth over Dividends, believing that ‘Growth’ is the bigger money and ‘Dividends’ are