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Insider Purchases Spotted @ TA Global Berhad and PRG Holdings Berhad

Occasionally, I would like to look at insider or share buybacks to see if I am lucky to spot any hidden gems. In fact, this is also one of the more commonly used strategies by investors. Why is that so?

As the legendary Fund manager Peter Lynch once said,

“Insiders might sell their shares for any number of reasons, but Read more >>

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Insider Purchases Spotted @ Brem Holding Berhad & Ewein Berhad

Occasionally, I would like to look at insider or share buybacks to see if I am lucky to spot any hidden gems. In fact, this is also one of the more commonly used strategies by investors. Why is that so?

As the legendary Fund manager Peter Lynch once said,

“Insiders might sell their shares for any number of reasons, but Read more >>

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7 Interesting Things I Learn from Warren Buffett’s Documentary

Many investors would have celebrated Warren Buffett as one of the most successful investors of all time. However, much lesser is known about his personal life.

It is hard to imagine how he grew up having trouble in school, to amassing a fortune more than US$73 billion with his holding company – Berkshire Hathaway today.

“Becoming Warren Buffett” – a … Read more >>

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5 Things You Need To Consider Before You Start Investing

You probably stumbled upon this site probably for a simple goal – to attain financial freedom through stocks investing. However, before you can even do that, it’s important for you to get the basics right first.

As you can see from the mind-map above, there are so many aspects of personal finance one needs to look at. And … Read more >>

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3 Simple Investing Lessons from Peter Lynch

Peter Lynch put together one of the greatest investing track records of all time, while serving as the portfolio manager of Fidelity’s Magellan Fund.

A $1,000 investment in the fund on the day Lynch took over in year 1977 would have grown to $27,200 by the time Lynch stepped down 13 years later – translating into a whopping 29% compounded … Read more >>

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