Lately, I received an email from Mr. Teh (Teh) as follow: It is intended to ask about my approach to a stock that is ‘turning around’. In his email, he did
Q#1 What is a ‘Cash Trust’? ‘Cash Trust’ as commonly promoted by some companies (other names are also used) is very different from the private trusts that trust companies normally provide
Recently, Yap Ming Hui, MD of Whitman Independent Advisors Sdn Bhd, an SC-licensed financial planning firm, launched ‘Financial Freedom Investing’, his seventh book. Through his writings, Yap shares how average Malaysians can grow their retirement assets and attain financial freedom with a higher degree of certainty. This is executed with Yap’s SRB Standard, which I’ll explain in this article.
Today, it is normal to measure the investment performance of a stock, based on stock price movements. For instance: If a stock went up in price, the stock is viewed to
The answer is: ‘If you could find a couple of stocks that offer 5% per year in dividend yield, you may invest RM 240,000 into them and thus, earning you RM
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: