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#1381

Posted 17 February 2017 - 07:44 PM

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Posted 17 February 2017 - 08:08 PM

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Based on the latest news today, Oxley's main shareholders are selling their entire stake in IHC to OUE. The proposed loan facility is no longer required.

On a separate note, I am mindful of the U.S. stock markets hitting record highs. I am not optimistic about Trump's economic plans. There is still a question whether he will be able to implement them the way he wants them to be, let alone whether they will truly improve the U.S. economy (a case of the Emperor's new clothes?). When will the markets wise up to the reality? The verdict is still out there.

My same often-repeated advice: The best stock investment is when there is a market crash. When it happens, don't waste this opportunity which happens only a few times within our life-time. Be prepared.

I think you didn't answer my question. Even though the proposed loan is no longer required, how do you feel about them using the company's money to support their own interests?
That is all.

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Posted 18 February 2017 - 07:36 AM

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I think you didn't answer my question. Even though the proposed loan is no longer required, how do you feel about them using the company's money to support their own interests?

 

Of course, I am not happy about it.  But if they intend to take over and build up IHC and run it properly, maybe it is not so bad an idea after all. 

 

On a separate note, once OUE takes over IHC, will IHC regain its fomer glory again?  A possible investment play?   A potential multi-bagger?  IHC is under my radar now.


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Posted 18 February 2017 - 11:40 AM

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Of course, I am not happy about it. But if they intend to take over and build up IHC and run it properly, maybe it is not so bad an idea after all.

On a separate note, once OUE takes over IHC, will IHC regain its fomer glory again? A possible investment play? A potential multi-bagger? IHC is under my radar now.


This is still a owner's company.
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Posted 18 February 2017 - 12:27 PM

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Of course, I am not happy about it. But if they intend to take over and build up IHC and run it properly, maybe it is not so bad an idea after all.

On a separate note, once OUE takes over IHC, will IHC regain its fomer glory again? A possible investment play? A potential multi-bagger? IHC is under my radar now.


Same here :)
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Thanks to tenyawph and some of you bugga's I got some DBS 15 when we last discussed (thanks bro's  [thumbsup] ),

 

These days I don't have time to monitor but one of my counters J2T is up 66% since I got it in Jul 16, I got it mainly for dividends but I think its time to part ways soon  [;)]


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DBS can leave it to collect dividends and sit for gains for the time being.

 

 

Thanks to tenyawph and some of you bugga's I got some DBS 15 when we last discussed (thanks bro's  [thumbsup] ),

 

These days I don't have time to monitor but one of my counters J2T is up 66% since I got it in Jul 16, I got it mainly for dividends but I think its time to part ways soon  [;)]

 


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DBS can leave it to collect dividends and sit for gains for the time being.


The dividends collect can be used to offset the initial cost :)
Just collect dividends and if price comes down, can buy some more :))
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The stock market is always an interesting place. 

 

For a few companies, announcement of better profits resulted in a plunge in their share prices.  An example is Cityneon.  For some, there are no discernable movement in their share prices. Examples: ComfortDelgro, DeClout, etc. For others, their share prices shoot up, as expected.  Examples: CityDev, Oxley, Sembawang Marine, Thai Beverage, etc.  

 

On the other hand, the announcement of declined profits resulted in a rise in their share prices (after a small price correction initially).  An example is Keppel Corp.  In an extreme case, an announcement of continued high losses (y-o-y) resulted in a rise of their share prices.  An example is Ezion.

 

So what is happening here?  It is the future outlook/prospect of the company that determines its share price performance, in relation to the percieved value vis-a-vis its share price of the company.  Is the company currently undervalued or overvalued?   Companies like Keppel Corp, Semb Corp, Semb Marine which have been battered down hard over the past 2~3 years are perceived to be very cheap now.   The same argument goes for DBS Bank in Nov 2016. 

 

For some companies meeting expected good results, it is sell on news.  For others, releasing unexpected good results, it is buy on news.    But this is just a general rule; there are always exceptions.     

 

Finally, if the overall market sentiments are good, more people are willing to take more risks, even bad companies can benefit from share price rises.

 

Enjoy the ride while it lasts (for how long, who knows?).  Remember, always be prepared for the unexpected.

 

 

 


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Posted Today, 07:20 AM

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Like the rest part, "be prepared for the unexpected". A lot of sentiments are built in share price. Generally there is a buoyant feel in the past few months for the market.
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Like the rest part, "be prepared for the unexpected". A lot of sentiments are built in share price. Generally there is a buoyant feel in the past few months for the market.



Agreed.
Don't have to put all your spare $ now into the market ...

Keep some for the expected ... and in the long run, benefit from this :)
Rich: is not about how much you have, but how much you give.

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