Terence Tan

T.U.B = "The Unique Bunch". Passionate Fundamental Investor. Created Scorecard Method & Co-found Fundamental Scorecard website.

Terence Tan

Finance at Singapore Management University

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T.U.B = "The Unique Bunch". Passionate Fundamental Investor. Created Scorecard Method & Co-found Fundamental Scorecard website.

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Finance at Singapore Management University

Terence Tan

Finance at Singapore Management University

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pqc56crs56s At time 17.56 to 23.56, Warren Buffet stated he miscalculate on Kraft. He explain about the business and why it was a tough one. Totally understand the thesis behind it. Don't hear it from us. Hear it directly from the person himself.

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SeedlyTV EP01

Terence Tan
Terence Tan, Finance at Singapore Management University
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 28 Mar 2019
Fundamental is easier to understand in my opinion. But harder to execute.

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SeedlyTV EP01

Terence Tan
Terence Tan, Finance at Singapore Management University
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 28 Mar 2019
This is the Price to Earning Ratio. It also means the share price per share you are paying for the earning per share. Basically, you how you are paying for $1 of the earnings. Hope I am correct on this! haha. It is also sort of a price expectation of how the share price will go if the company continues to GROW the SAME way.

SeedlyTV EP01

Terence Tan
Terence Tan,
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 28 Mar 2019
Then this means is a wrong method. Time to review your stocks. or maybe find a mentor. Or just exit totally.

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Terence Tan
Terence Tan, Finance at Singapore Management University
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 21 Mar 2019
Smaller free float - if suddenly high demand, price will rise significantly. On the other side of the coin, if nothing happens, you get stuck. Bigger free float - the opposite happens. Rather than look at free float, it is better to look at the fundamentals behind the companies. Nevertheless, ceteris paribus, I will choose a company with 50% till 70% insider holding company.

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Terence Tan
Terence Tan, Finance at Singapore Management University
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 21 Mar 2019
Rather than simply go after Blue Chips companies, maybe it will be better to list out what you want to achieve before stating which company to buy? In addition, if you are new, are you able to hold out for long periods?

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Terence Tan
Terence Tan, Finance at Singapore Management University
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 20 Mar 2019
! Attached is the Ultimate Scorecard of Top Glove. Ultimate Scorecard is found on my Fundamental Scorecard website. A look at the company shows that its FCF for the last 5 years has been negative. Furthermore, it is highly leverage and low current ratio with a high PB. Thus, depsite the increase in revenue, it is hardly undervalued. This is what people determine as a growth stock with a PE of 25x! It is important to look at the overall package of the company before determining it is a good company to invest in. If you invest for the short term, then it is really up to you. If not, I believe there are better opportunities around.
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Terence Tan
Terence Tan, Finance at Singapore Management University
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 20 Mar 2019
Actually we should not defer when we are looking at different companies - meaning I do not defer between looking at a blue chip or a small cap stock.

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Terence Tan
Terence Tan, Finance at Singapore Management University
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 20 Mar 2019
I use an excel spreadsheet and track it diligently. But I believe there are many portfolio creator out there to allow you to track your average prices.

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Terence Tan
Terence Tan, Finance at Singapore Management University
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 20 Mar 2019
Only unless your companies in the portfolio has high leverage or probably REITs.
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