The Weekly Nibble: How to Choose a Winning Share to Invest In

Here are some of the most interesting articles that have appeared on the Motley Fool Singapore’s website this week.

1. 9 Traits of A Winning Stock

Who says a boring business does not make a good investment?

Peter Lynch, a well-known money manager, loves unexciting businesses such as waste management companies and funeral service providers. During his tenure as an investment manager, Lynch had amassed returns of more than 25% per annum.

Using his approach, Jeremy Chia shows us how we can choose winning stocks and perhaps, help ourselves to high stock returns, just like Lynch.

2. 3 Simple Ways to Assess a Company’s Management

One of the hardest parts of investing is sizing up a company’s management. Sometimes, it may seem that the management is doing things with the interest of shareholders at heart, but it could be otherwise.

In this article, Jeremy Chia gives us three simple, yet powerful ways, to access the leaders of a firm.

3. Warren Buffett’s Investing Mistakes

Every year, Warren Buffett’s company, Berkshire Hathaway Inc (NYSE: BRK.A), releases the Letter to Shareholders where the Oracle of Omaha pens his thoughts on businesses, investing, life, and so on. The letters contain a treasure trove of wisdom.

In his 1989 letter, Buffett specifically highlighted a number of investing mistakes, and one of them was buying cheap stocks. Check out Esjay’s article to know what Buffett had to say about that error and what we can learn from it.

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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 contributor Sudhan P doesn’t own shares in any companies mentioned.