IQGROUP – My conversation with the Devil

“Graham’s image of Mr. Market, probably the most brilliant metaphor ever created for explaining how stocks can become mispriced. The manic depressive Mr. Market does not always price stocks the way an appraiser or a private buyer would value a business. Instead, when a stocks are going up, he happily Continue Reading

10 Stocks to Watch based on 1Q17 Report Card

Let us know which stocks you want us to study and present for you! As you know, it has been Stockify practice to shortlist 10 Stocks to Watch and few stocks to Review in every quarter after the report card season. As much as we want to, it is quite impossible Continue Reading

10 Stocks to Watch based on 4Q16 Report Card

For every quarter, STOCKIFY would shortlist stocks based on the latest report card. In this post, we would list out 10 stocks to watch based on 4Q16 report card, and review 3 stocks covered previously (including results announced from Dec 2016 to Feb 2017) To watch: 1) COCOLND COCOLND, the manufacturer of Continue Reading

IQGROUP – The IQ to move up the Value Chain (F)

Previous post, we posted a business analysis of IQGROUP. In this post, we explore the financial figures of IQGROUP. Before that, we would like to remind our readers that in our every case study, we start with a Business Analysis post and followed by a Financial Analysis post. Business Analysis is always fun Continue Reading

IQGROUP – The IQ to move up the Value Chain (B)

Introduction In the 1980s, Malaysia, Taiwan and Korea started industrialisation phase at about the same time. Started as low-end original equipment manufacturers (OEM), Taiwan succeeded to move up the value chain, became the world’s best original design manufacturers (ODM) for western brands, and advanced to original brand manufacturer (OBM) in Continue Reading

Highlights of Cold Eye’s 30 stocks

Malaysia famous fundamental investor Fong Siling, also known as Cold Eye, organized an Investment Seminar on 5 November 2016 for the launching of his new book <Sun Tzu Stock Market Art of War>. 30 stock picks were given on that day, and on the very next trading day, almost all Continue Reading