They chose financial independence over home ownership.

This is somewhat extreme but watch how this Canadian couple chose financial independence over home ownership.  They are in their 30s and,...

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Tea with Matthew Seah: MSN Money.

Thursday, October 9, 2014

SGX have revamped their interface to include some fanciful features for investors. However, I am still not very used to that. MSN Money have also refurbished their website recently to give investors better summaries of companies.

All the key numbers of a company and easy to read charts are provided for investors like me, providing a quick snapshot of a company which is useful before I decide whether to delve deeper into their numbers.

Here are some beautiful screenshots for Mastercard (please click on screenshots to enlarge):


As for companies listed on SGX, MSN Money has also compiled more numbers than SGX although the latter does not have direct access to these (I think). So I guess SGX still has a lot more room for improvement. For now, this will be my preferred choice when screening for potential companies to invest in.

As an example, you can check out Keppel Corp here.

P.S. Matthew Seah does not write about why any company is a good investment choice at any price. Readers should carry out due diligence and verification of information provided themselves. Some other guest blogs by Matthew Seah: 1. Dollar cost averaging and expected returns. 2. POSB Invest Saver Account.
3. Interview with Matthew Seah: Value Investing.


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