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Best of the Fool: Top 3 Stories of the Week

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

1. A Simple Way to Invest Well

Analyst Eddy Elfenbein once said that “successful investing is one of the few endeavours in which people are convinced it must be more complicated than it really is.” If you are among those who believe that there must be complicated ideas and methods behind good investing, read this. There really are simple ways to invest successfully.

Shares discussed in here: ComfortDelGro Corporation (SGX: C52), SBS Transit (SGX: S61)

2. Want To Dance In And Out Of Shares? Look At This and Think Again

It’s not easy to time the market, especially when the market tends to make its biggest moves up or down in small clusters of days. How concentrated are those clusters? Jump in here to find out.

It’s also not easy to time the market, especially when an investor’s returns tend to shrink substantially if he or she had missed just a handful of the market’s best days. How substantial? You can find out in here.

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

3. 3 Things You never Knew About Courts Asia

It’s not always easy for retail investors to gain access to a publicly-listed company’s top-level management to ask questions and gain a deeper understanding of the company’s business.

So, take this opportunity to hear about the intricacies behind Courts Asia’s (SGX: RE2) business from a chat that The Motley Fool Singapore had recently with the company’s Chief Financial Officer, Ms. Kee Kim Eng, and Regional Head of Strategy Planning & Communications, Ms. Tammy Teo.

Some shares discussed in here: Courts Asia, Super Group (SGX: S10)

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