In this Webinar, I’ve brought back Ian Tai, my partner who would present a full-fledge case study on a bank stock. From it, you will learn the following: 

– 3 Things that Ian Looks for in a Bank Stock. 
– Interpreting Financial Statements of a Bank like a Pro. 
– Separating Good Bank Stocks from Bad Ones. 
– 3 Valuation Methods to Assess an Investment Deal in a Bank Stock. 
– Estimate Total ROI before investing in a Bank Stock.


Ian Tai
Ian Tai

Ian Tai is the founder of Bursaking.com.my, a platform that empowers retail investors to build wealth through ownership of fundamentally solid stocks. It is an essential tool that sifts out stocks that grow profits consistently from a database of over 900+ stocks listed mainly in Malaysia.

    2 replies to "How to Invest in Bank Stocks – Public Bank"

    • Desmond Low

      Hi Ian, KC,

      Thanks for the time spent in doing the case study and summarising Public Bank stocks in a nutshell. Surely, there’re many aspects to look at when one particular stock is being evaluated.

      One question if I may: If you are only allowed to look at 3 key elements/ratios, what would they be? I fully understand that to make the best stock investment decision would mean doing a 150% evaluation, but if one is to take risk (as there will always be risks) and only look at 3 (kind enough not to ask to pick one!), what would they be?

      I’m interested in understanding how would an investor like yourself think. Many thanks in advance.

      • Ian Tai

        For me, it would be Return on Equity (ROE), P/E Ratio, and Dividend Yield. That would be my top three. 🙂

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