3 Things You Need To Know About the Singapore Share Market Today

Welcome to Wednesday evening! Here are three things about Singapore’s share market and investing in general that you might want to look at today and over the rest of the week.

1. Do you know what one of the greatest mistakes that individual investors make is? It’s the act of trying to jump in and out of our shares. Instead of constantly buying and selling, there’s actually a better way to invest. With the drama happening in Greece right now having the potential to instill fear in investors and cause unnecessary selling, I thought it’d be a great time to bring up these topics and had done so yesterday. Hit the link here for more of my thoughts!

2. Luxury watch retailer Hour Glass Ltd (SGX: AGS) had recently released its annual report which contained a brilliant shareholder’s letter that was penned by the firm’s chief executive, Henry Tay. It’s a great letter that not only gives an overview of Hour Glass’s business, it also contained piercing analysis and thoughts which can be applied to all retail-related businesses in Singapore. My colleague Chin Hui Leong had taken a deep dive into Tay’s letter just yesterday, so you can find out more here.

3. John Neff’s a bona fide investing legend with a stellar investing career. He had penned a book titled John Neff on Investing and had laid out seven principal elements of his investing style in it. Hui Leong had taken a close look at these elements recently, so check out here if you’d like to know how a legend like Neff had actually invested.

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The information provided is for general information purposes only and is not intended to be personalised investment or financial advice. Motley Fool Singapore writer Chong Ser Jing doesn't own shares in any companies mentioned.