Showing posts from October, 2021

The ultimate look at how to analyse companies for investments

Fundamentals 18: Fundamental investors need to analyze companies to determine whether they are candidates for investment. This article looks at the various ways to carry out such an analysis.   "Know what you own, and know why you own it."  Peter Lynch

The ultimate Q&A to Learning how to Invest 101

Investing tips 02:  This post is about learning how to invest. It  is part of a series of investing advice that has been collated from my Quora responses. It has now been updated to include summaries on how to start, choosing the learning options, when to start learning, and resources for newbies.  Revision date: 28 Oct 2021 “The most important investment you can make is in yourself.”  Warren Buffett

Is there an “Evergrande” among Bursa property stocks? (Part 2 of 2)

Case Notes 15-2. In Part 1, I used the seven red flags to screen for potential Evergrande among Bursa Malaysia property companies. While none matched all the 7 criteria, 3 companies had more than 5 red flags. This Part 2 dug deeper into Evergrande's financials and those of the 3 companies.

Is there an “Evergrande” among Bursa property stocks? (Part 1 of 2)

Case Notes 15-1. Seven red flags were identified based on Evergrande's performance. These were then used to screen for potential Evergrande among Bursa Malaysia property companies.  There were none that matched all the 7 criteria.  

Is Petron Malaysia one of the better Bursa Malaysia stocks?

Value Investing Case Study 05-3: I first covered Petron Malaysia in Oct 2020. This is an update taking into account the financials for FYE 2020 and the Q2 2021 results.  

A tough 12 years for Bursa Malaysia steel companies

Case Notes 14.  This article tracked the 2009 to 2020 performance of the companies under the Bursa Malaysia iron and steel sector. The data are meant to serve as base rates when analyzing steel companies.