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Saturday, 30 July 2016

Keppel Corp Can Buy Or Not??? (2)


Read? Keppel Corp Can Buy Or Not???


To some retail investors; it is an old cow who has been giving them lots of Milk for so many years. Okay. They may be sad to see it getting sick or may be dying soon; but the experience and feeling is totally different from some investment bloggers or on-lookers looking at it as young Calf waiting for its Milk and/or Meat.


Get it?

 
How many truly understand and able to explain the journey of lifetime investing is a journey of experience of calculated risks, controlling emotions, losses and rewards as mixture as an OLD and NEW investors of stocks holding and portfolio. Hindsight of what if and what else of talks practically useless. At the end of decades of investing; the true outcome did we make it as an OLD investor or forever a reborn NEW investor. That is investing!
 
 

3 comments:

  1. CW,

    "forever a reborn NEW investor"


    Its necessary to adapt to changes; but some are morphing and doing costume changes a little bit too much...

    Today swear by value investing, tomorrow switch to Warren Buffett's concentration approach, then switch to aggregate investing where no single stock is more than 2% of portfolio, then move on to permanent portfolio, and finally upon capitulation finally swears by passive indexing... Only to switch to trading years later due to boredom :(

    Ha! You old fox just sticks with long term investing and short term trading ;)


    It's never what style or school of investing/trading we belong to - its how much we have left when the journey is done :)

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    1. Agreed. One of the four colleagues after attending this sharing session said he will not renew his annual subscription of $100+ at one paid investing website as he now discovered not worth the money. :-)

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  2. Ha! Ha!
    If i tell you all these 25 to 30 years i have not attended even one AGM , do you believe me?

    Yes i had attended some investment seminars.
    But they were all "free"

    i only can thank GOD i still survive.
    Amen.

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