Best of the Fool: Top 3 Stories of the Week

Here are three of the Motley Fool Singapore’s best articles over the week.

1. How You Can Pick Long Term Winners in the Share Market

Finding huge winners in the share market is not an exclusive domain of which only huge money managers have access to. Jump in here to find out more about how you, as an individual investor, might be able to find great shares. Some hints here: It involves paper and a crayon….

Some shares discussed in here: StarHub Ltd. (SGX: CC3) and VICOM Limited (SGX: V01)

2. 4 Common Characteristics of Successful Investors Which You Can Have Too

Let’s face it. We can never be a 100% like Warren Buffett because each individual is unique. But, that doesn’t mean that we can’t adopt some of the winning ways which most great investors display in the hopes of becoming better investors ourselves.

Some shares discussed in here: SPDR STI ETF (SGX: ES3), Jardine Matheson Holdings Limited (SGX: J36)

3. Why Has Sheng Siong Group Ltd Fallen By 5.6% Today?

On Thursday, the retailer Sheng Siong Group Ltd (SGX: OV8) fell by as much as 5.6% in the morning after abruptly announcing a private placement deal to sell new shares of itself. In here, The Motley Fool’s Stanley Lim tries to make sense of the fall and what it means for investors.

It’s worth pointing out that the lessons herein aren’t exclusive to just Sheng Siong alone and can also be part of any investor’s toolkit when it comes to understanding short-term market fluctuations and the business impacts which can accompany a company’s fund-raising exercises.

Some shares discussed in here: Sheng Siong

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