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Saturday, 18 May 2013

Uncle8888 has missed selling Kep Corp, DBS, and Semb Corp in 2007 Bull Peak.

Peak stock price in 2007

Kep Corp: $13.73

DBS : $19.20

Semb Corp: $6.75

Uncle8888 didn't have superior TA skill to know how to sell in 2007 peak.

So did he really lose out a lots?

BTW, he still collected dividends, Right?

As of last Friday stock closing price

Kep Corp = $10.90 + $3.08 = $13.90. It is still 1.2% higher than 2007 peak of $13.73

DBS = $17.46 + $3.38 = $20.62. It is still 7.4% higher than 2007 peak of $19.20

Semb Corp = $5.01 + $1.05 = $6.05. It is -10.4%  lower than 2007 peak of $6.75

Win 2 Lose 1

Not too bad. Right?


  1. As long as your money is in the market, it's not the end of the story. Anything can happen right? IMO.

  2. if you sold at 2007, you will still buy back after it drops at 2008/2009 and you will buy back more, collect your dividends again, and you could still sell again now!

    I sold all my CapitaLand and Keppel Land, and I always remember where was the high and low and I don't think I will meet the high again. Let me know when you want to sell....


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