Fiverr: A 5 bagger in 10 years?

I recently bought shares in Fiverr, a marketplace which connects companies with freelancers because I'm increasingly drawn to small but fast growing platforms. Platforms such as Fiverr benefit from wide moats because of their network effects and are highly scalable businesses because most of their costs are fixed costs. Here’s a description of Fiverr from … Continue reading Fiverr: A 5 bagger in 10 years?

3 reasons why I’m still holding my iFAST shares

iFAST, a large Singapore-based investment platform is one of my earliest and largest positions since 2017 so I have been grateful for the recent ~100% jump in the share price. Here are 3 reasons why I haven't sold any of my shares. iFAST operates a large non-bank investment platform in Singapore but the company is … Continue reading 3 reasons why I’m still holding my iFAST shares

Singapore O&G 1H 2020 results: The good and the bad

Singapore O&G (SOG) reported a decent set of 1H 2020 results despite the COVID-19 pandemic in Singapore. Revenue fell 4% to SGD17.8 million while net profit fell 21% to SGD3.7 million Here's the good and the bad about Singapore O&G results. Good Let's start with the good. Singapore O&G reinstated their dividend (0.5 cents). The … Continue reading Singapore O&G 1H 2020 results: The good and the bad

Singapore O&G: 6 things to note in the 2019 annual report

Am I the only SOG shareholder who has given up looking at the share price?  Anyway, here's are six key highlights from their 2019 annual report. Let's start with the bad news: Dermatology impairment Increasing competition and weak medical tourism trends in Singapore resulted in a SGD11.3 million goodwill impairment for the year. Excluding the … Continue reading Singapore O&G: 6 things to note in the 2019 annual report