The Weekly Nibble: Good Things Come In Threes

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

3 Investment Tips You Can Use Right Away

My Foolish colleague, Chin Hui Leong, shares with us three investment tips told by three of our readers. My favourite of them all is the first one written by Quartzite, who says that we should hold stocks for the long-term, embracing both the storm and the sunshine the journey brings.

3 Metrics to Know Before You Invest in Airline Companies

Each type of business has its unique set of parameters that we have to look into before we can decide if the company is a good investment. In his article, Jeremy Chia looks at the three key metrics needed to evaluate an airline company.

Using Singapore Airlines Ltd’s (SGX: C6L) latest operating statistics found here as an example, are you able to figure out the exact values of some of the metrics discussed in the article above?

3 of My Favourite Warren Buffett Quotes

We round up the Weekly Nibble series this week with three Warren Buffett quotes and their main takeaways.

My favourite saying of the lot is:

“We first have to decide whether we can sensibly estimate an earnings range for five years out or more. If the answer is yes, we will buy the stock (or business) if it sells at a reasonable price in relation to the bottom boundary of our estimate. If, however, we lack the ability to estimate future earnings — which is usually the case — we simply move on to other prospects.”

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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.