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Saturday, 7 October 2017

Yield Focus Or Return On Invested Capital Focus??? (3)


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Singapore Man of Leisure6 October 2017 at 23:31:00 GMT+8

CW,

Now that'a thinking like land owners :)


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Read? Where Does The Money In The Stock Market Come From?

The earlier we clearly understood where does the money in the stock market come from; we can adapt our investing strategies in this Game to avoid other players from eating our lunch!


CW8888:

Doing something similar to developers like CPL. LOL!

Thinking like land owners!

Holding freehold "properties" for yield!

Infinite yield. Hosay liao!





8 comments:

  1. CW,

    The primary school math is that:

    1) 10% yield on $100K portfolio can't retire. Can go holiday to Europe though ;)

    2) 5% yield on $2 milion portfolio can retire. That's if you can survive on $100K a year.


    How to get that $2 million in the first place? Eh...

    That's why we never heard about anyone getting rich from savings... To save $100K a year, you first need to EARN...


    I rather have a big carrot underground with small bush, than a tiny carrot underground with BIG bush ;)

    LOL!

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  2. Hi bro cw

    This is a very good lesson learnt to me. As a newbie, i tend to focus more on the yield which i have less concern about size of the carrot.
    Hope others newbies like me in investing have chance to read ur blog & learn about ur carrot stories :)


    Cheers
    Sy

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    1. Simple story but need one hour of talking or illustration. May be not so simple to understand?

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    2. Sometimes not really is simple. Maybe to u is a simple story. But to me is a complicated story... bor bian me blur blur like aotong mah... hehehe

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  3. It depends who to you talk to.

    For a young adult still in wealth accumulating mode, priority is to earn more, save more and invest mainly for capital gain.

    For retiree (like me), on deaccumulating mode, priority is to protect wealth and have regular passive income.

    lol.

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    1. Recently I transfer some money from CPFOA to RA to meet FRS. That will ensure I have regular perpetual income with bequest if god call me early. :)

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    2. https://www.ifa.sg/cpf-life-standard-is-the-worst/

      When it's time for U to choose CPF LIFE, which one will U choose? - BASIC or STANDARD?

      Alamak, it seems i choosen the wrong one as far as my financial situations is concerned.

      As for my wife most probably she will not choose any.

      Because she can stay with CPF MSS.

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  4. Ya for deaccumulating phase, you must know your huddle rate.

    No more risking your capital more than necessary.

    By now, if your huddle rate still is > than 8%, it's a bit difficult lol.

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