Author: Dr Wealth

How to Build An Optimal Portfolio for All Market States

In my previous post on The Single Most Important Performance Driver, I said that the optimal portfolio solution is to put together multiple investment strategies that thrive in different market states. This is the multi-strategy approach. Let’s now use numbers to demonstrate how a multi-strategy portfolio is superior to individual strategies. Introducing the Hedge Fund Research Database The HFRI database contains many hedge fund indices. These indices are designed to capture the breadth of hedge fund performance across all strategies and regions. They only show the aggregated performance and cannot be directly invested in. Out of all the strategy classifications available,...

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3 Things I Learnt About Dividend Investing from the Founder of AQR Capital, Clifford Asness

If you are a regular reader of The Economist including last week’s issue that had a feature on how Wall Street has been taken over by computers, you might hear of a quantitative hedge fund manager called Clifford Asness. Clifford Asness is the Founder, Managing Principal and Chief Investment Officer of AQR Capital Management. He has degrees in engineering and economics, an MBA, and a PhD in Finance. Google estimates his net worth to be $2.8B which is not particularly high compared to other investing greats such as Ray Dalio ($18.4B) or Warren Buffett($81.8B). Clifford Asness was once a...

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From a Systematic Hedge Fund Manager: The Single Most Important Performance Driver for Investments

Be consistent and long-term focused. That is the adage that has always been spread throughout the community. But why? Why does being consistent matter? Why should investors not play Tai Chi with the market, reacting to its every move and chasing the best possible returns? Does it make sense to stick to a strategy when it is “underperforming” the market indexes? Is it not painful? This article by Patrick aims to break down: how market states affect investment performance and, caution investors on switching to a strategy that has performed well. Editor’s Notes: This post has been reproduced from...

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Should You Invest Using Scoring Systems?

This topic has been nagging on me for more than a month – and since the last few days, I’ve managed to take some time away from my research for Dr Wealth Insiders (fun stuff – learn more about how you can become an Insider here!) to pen my thoughts on this. Finance academics and professionals are constantly trying to come up with a “magic” score or metric that will consistently keep delivering superior results… just like the One Ring to rule them all… Here is a (non-comprehensive) list of some of the more common scores you might have...

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7 Useful Evergreen Resources Every Investor Should Know

With tons of financial blogs and tools all over the internet, it can become pretty daunting for retail investors, especially when one is just starting out. It can also be a problem for a savvy investor when he or she is constantly bombarded with media content from different sources like Bloomberg, ChannelNewsAsia, Trump tweets (it does move the markets!) and more. With that in mind, we decided to compile a list of 7 credible and evergreen resources which I personally use for my myriad of investments – be it trading stocks or cryptocurrency. My list is by no means...

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Scorpio Bulkers (NYSE:SALT) – Fortunes to Soar

It’s been almost a decade since we had a proper bull run in the shipping industry. A reduced appetite for newbuilding orders, sharp recovery of Brazil’s iron ore exports, upcoming IMO regulations and the retrofitting of scrubbers on larger dry bulk carriers could lead to an improvement in supply-demand fundamentals. We have also seen the Baltic Dry Index increase with 41% gains YTD. It looks like the excesses that were previously built up finally dried up, but let’s not jump to too many conclusions based on the charts. In light of all these factors, I feel that dry bulkers...

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U.S TECH STOCKS: THE BIGGEST MISTAKES MADE AND FOMO

The US technology companies such as Apple, Alphabet, Amazon, Facebook and Microsoft have become giants and have products and services that permeated throughout our lives. We all agree that they play crucial roles in today’s society and the stock market reflected their importance – tech is the largest sector in S&P 500 currently. Any portfolio without the tech giants would have underperformed the US markets significantly – such as ours. (we fundamentally refuse to purchase expensive stocks. remember the price you pay dictates the returns you achieve.) There’s definitely a FOMO feeling as well as the urge to get...

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Is Jollibee Overrated?

For a long time now, U.S. fast-food chains like McDonald’s, KFC and Wendy’s have had a commanding presence all over the world. However, there seems to be one Asian competitor set to shake up the industry as it executes an ambitious growth strategy and it is none other than Jollibee Foods Group. Jollibee Foods Group (JFC: PH) is the parent company for the Philippine-founded fast-food chain and over a dozen other brands. They recently expanded to Singapore and have received raving reviews from many customers. We got curious. We liked the food. But will we like the company as...

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Genting is Undervalued: Short Term Pain, Long Term Gain

Message from the Editor: We have previously covered Genting under our article here. Our analysis according to our investing criteria for growth stocks was that it was too expensive to be considered. We felt that while Genting has reasonable growth, the price was just too expensive. We wanted greater focus on stocks which were cheap that exhibited the growth stock characteristics which has proven time and time again to be superior. Having said that, not all investment styles are similar. TheBearProwl offers an alternative take here and believes Genting is a good growth stock. One of the reasons I...

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Do You Drink? Here’s Everything On Budweiser’s IPO

After the abandoned plans to take Budweiser Brewing Corporation APAC (“Budweiser” in short) to the public market just 2 months ago, Budweiser is once again making an attempt at listing it’s shares on the Hong Kong stock exchange. According to Reuters, the listing comes at an important time for the Hong Kong Stock Exchange when China’s flagship e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (BABA.N) intends to shelve aside a Hong Kong listing worth up to US$15 billion amid ongoing protests there. As such, Budweiser’s IPO listing is being watched with a keen eye in the investment community around the...

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Going Short On SembMarine Corp

TheBearProwl is going short on SembMarine Corp. TheBoringInvestor has also previously given his take on whether Keppel Corp will buy over SembMarine Corp. Disclaimer: this is not an enticement to invest. DYODD. Caveat Emptor. Any content should not be relied upon as advice or construed as providing recommendations of any kind. Following up from the short initiation on Sembcorp Marine (SMM:SP) on 15 Jul 2019 at $1.42 with an intrinsic value of $0.70, we now explain the rationale in greater detail. SMM is currently trading at $1.18 which represents a Price to Book ratio of 1.07. Investment Thesis #1...

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Can We Have a Dividend Portfolio Without REITs?

A common complaint by a retail investor is that REITs are currently over-priced and the challenge would be to find an investment strategy beyond that of simply buying and holding onto a portfolio of REITs.  Making matters worse, with the introduction of Mapletree Commercial Trust into the Straits Times Index, this would mean that 4/30 stocks in the index are now Real Estate Investment Trusts. *REITs are a favourite among Singaporean retail investors due to the relatively high dividend payouts and the simple idea of collecting dividends from rent, often secured with contracts and longer cashflow predictability. This presents...

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Cryptocurrency: How I Made 3473% Gains From Zilliqa

Hi readers, I’m Christopher Long, from cryptotrader.sg, and I am writing for Dr Wealth for the very first time, with more to come. I’m here today to talk about the opportunities in bitcoin and altcoins – an area I feel is massively undervalued currently. As an example, I’d like to present a case study on Zilliqa, and how I was able to make 3473% from it. Net Cost: $876.35 Before I dive into today’s topic, allow me to briefly introduce myself. I am currently an investor and trainer of Cryptocurrencies – for those who have not heard of this...

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A Dividend Strategy In An Era of Market Volatility

Editor’s Note: I first came across Better Spider’s blog via trawling the web – as is my usual hobby – for good writers I can read/learn from and bring to our readers. His writing was precise. Clear. Honest. Practical. Everything I wanted in a writer I was going to work with. The big surprise was that he actually turned out to be a unit mate from the army – what a kicker. I hope you derive great value from his writings. And I hope your road towards financial independence becomes less cluttered as you follow us more closely. Regards,Irving...

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Netlink NBN Trust – A Dividend Play With A Moat

Netlink NBN Trust (SGX: CJLU) is the sole appointed “Network Company” for Singapore’s Next Generation National Broadband Network (NBN). The trust group’s network, which spans nationwide, delivers high-speed internet access throughout Singapore. It also designs, builds, owns and operates passive fibre network infrastructure for Singapore’s NBN. Netlink is listed as a business trust, which means that it does not have any restrictions on borrowing levels and it also pays out 100% of its cash available for distribution as a dividend. Dividends paid out in FY18 amounted to 4.88 Singapore cents per share, which translates to a dividend yield of...

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