Best of the Fool: Top 3 Stories of the Week

Here are three of the most popular articles at The Motley Fool Singapore this week:

1. 2 Shares Near Their 52-Week Lows: Is It Time For A Rebound?

Shares that are near their 52-week lows can often make for good bargains. At the same time, such shares might also be legitimate value traps. With Fraser & Neave (SGX: F99) and Del Monte Pacific (SGX: D03) both near their 52-week lows (as of 10 June 2014, when the article was first published), find out if they really are bargains, or otherwise.

Some shares discussed in here: Fraser & Neave, Del Monte Pacific, Frasers Centrepoint (SGX: TQ5)

2. The Biggest Edge You Have Over Professional Money Managers

It’s common to think that professional money managers with near-unlimited amount of resources would always beat individual investors at the investing game. But, that might just be a mistaken notion – individual investors do have an edge over money managers at times. Find out what that is, and how you can exploit that to your advantage as an individual investor.

Some shares discussed in here: Raffles Medical Group (SGX: R01)

3. Why it’s Okay to Invest Even at a Market High

A common fear for many individual investors is that they are entering the market at the worst possible time – they’re worried that the day they invest would be when the market peaks and that it would go all downhill from there. Interestingly enough, that really might be an unfounded fear on the part of individual investors.

Find out why – as the title of the article suggests – it’s really okay to invest even if that point turns out to be a market peak.

Some shares discussed in here: Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI)

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