Best of the Fool: Top 5 Stories of the Month

It’s the first day of December today and so, let’s take a look back at five of the Motley Fool’s best stories for November.

1. 5 Things You Should Know About Tran-cab Holdings’ Upcoming IPO

Taxi-operator Trans-cab’s initial public offering (IPO) in Singapore was widely anticipated amongst investors in Singapore. But, the firm’s listing plans were scuppered at the last minute. Nonetheless, a look at Trans-cab’s IPO can also give investors some interesting insight about the landscape for Singapore’s taxi industry which involves other taxi operators like ComfortDelgro Corporation Limited (SGX: C52) and SMRT Corporation Ltd. (SGX: S53)

2. These 3 Shares Are Singapore’s Cheapest Blue Chips

If you’d like to see why Keppel Corporation Limited (SGX: BN4), Olam International Ltd (SGX: O32), and Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp. Limited (SGX: O39) can be considered as Singapore’s cheapest blue chips, then jump in here.

3. Are Properties Really Better Investments Than Shares?

There’s a popular belief among many Singaporeans that properties make for much better investments than shares. But is that really true? This is an important question to answer because having the wrong assumption that one asset class is always safer and better than another can lead to us making investment decisions which turn out to be highly risky.

4. 1 Important Risk About Trans-cab Investors Have to Note

As mentioned earlier, Trans-cab’s IPO didn’t quite happen. But, this look at Trans-cab’s investing risks can still inform investors on what to look out for with the next IPO.

5. Don’t Commit the Same Mistake That Caused This Super Investor to Fail Spectacularly

Rick Guerin was a great investor whose investing skills were likely on par with those of legends like Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger. But, there was a fundamental difference between Guerin and the latter two investing greats which caused him to commit a grave mistake in the market.

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