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My Investment Research Process (Part 3a) – Stock Idea Generation

First of all, apologies for the lack of update. I have been recently too busy with my own personal commitment and my university mid terms was round the corner as well. And with the little time available, I reckon it will be best used to read on some of the stocks under my watch list. … Continue reading

My Investment Research Process (Part 2)

So, as mentioned in the earlier part of this blog series, investment research is essential for every investor as it provides a holistic analysis which is able to build on your investment thesis’s conviction. In Part 2 of this blog series, I will be going through on my own investment research process. By no means … Continue reading

My Investment Research Process (Part 1)

The reason why I started this blog is to allow an explicit archiving of my thinking process and certain investment lessons/mistakes which will be essential to remember. And this goes the same for our investment research process as well. Having a proper and structured research process over a particular stock ensures that every possible perspective … Continue reading

Common Questions about Value Investing

A friend of mine recently posted an interesting¬†article about value investing. The blogger actually posted several questions which seemed to argue against the concept of value investing. These are actually common questions or misunderstanding about value investing which I hope to debunk it. Feel free to comment if you have anymore additional thoughts. The article … Continue reading

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