Monthly Archives: September 2016

Look at each stakeholder’s perspective

Every month, when I receive my credit card bills, I would almost immediately go to the internet and post-date the payment to 1-2 days before date due, and make sure that the bill is paid in full. As far as … Continue reading

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Companies that are not worth investing

In the last post, I had promised to make a post on how to look for negative companies, that is, companies that are not worth to invest in. Generally, it takes some time to know the management and learn their management … Continue reading

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Good company’s management? Look at the company’s financial trend

Many people asked how to evaluate the management’s ability. Unlike calculating ratios, it is one of the non-quantitative factors. It involves a bit of science and a bit of art. By the term, Management, I meant to loosely mean the … Continue reading

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