Welcome to my blog! I’m presently an undergraduate learning accountancy in one of the local colleges. My ideal profession would be in private equity or capital raising either, as the analytical process included interests me. I really believe in spending so much time, while placing our money to work concurrently. I now have a minimal five-figure portfolio, accumulated from working part-time jobs, my National Service allowance and my savings. I started this blog to share my way of thinking after I make investment decisions. I have had a few years of investing experience, since I started reading The Intelligent Investor during my National Service days.
I believe in constantly learning and improving our investing acumen, and I am thankful to have learnt a lot from the neighborhood blogging community. The open discussion of ideas allows us to understand the different perspective investors may have towards a certain stock. My investment style would be to look out for companies with strong fundamentals, preferably the ones that are stable, dividend paying businesses with strong cash flows. I target to buy these shares when they have been sold down credited to poor market sentiment.
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Currently, the shares which I take a look at our blue chips mainly, but I plan to endeavor into small and mid-caps, as these stocks all together have shown to outperform blue potato chips in the long run. Some of my profile is also assigned to ETFs. If you’re a young adult reading this, I am hoping that you would be inspired to start your investing journey soon. It is too early to begin never; if you’re young, time is on our side. The ultimate way to learn is through experience, and it is definitely better to make mistakes now, when our collection is small.
When we are old and trading our retirement money, there is little room for error. However, be certain to read broadly and do your own comprehensive research before buying any company. Please, feel free to leave your comments on my posts, because I would certainly be glad to hear different perspectives from our investing community.
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Over the last 5 years, the stock has not been doing well. However, I think that it does have long-term potential still. This company is into waste disposal, so that it is never going to be a high flyer, however I really do not be expectant of the stock to be always a solid long-term performer. See my spreadsheet at bin.htm.
They are a full-service waste management company providing non-hazardous solid waste collection and landfill removal services for municipal, commercial, residential, and industrial customers in five provinces and ten US states. Two-thirds of their business is in US. The fund operates through its subsidiaries. Five companies control almost 53% of this company.