I have come across occasions when fellow investors asked me what books to learn for investment knowledge. Well, I haven’t been reading many books recently as I felt that experience in reading annual reviews is more useful than simply reading books. 1. Personal financial planning / Benedict Koh, Fong Wai Mun. Publisher Singapore: Prentice Hall, 2003. Physical Description xi, 348 p. 2. Value trading: a provocative guide: a Singapore perspective / Sebastian Chong. Publisher Singapore: Financial Info Analysis, 2003. Physical Description xii, 226 p.
3. Investment management in Singapore / Saw Swee-Hock. Publisher Singapore: Prentice Hall, 2001. Physical Description x, 251 p. Publisher Singapore: AFPJ, 2000. Physical Description 227 p; 21 cm. 5. Insider trading: an insider’s guide to smart investing / Chris Firth. Publisher Singapore: Prentice Hall, 2002. Physical Description 208 p. 6. Sun Tzu on trading: 15 strategies for dynamic investments / Curtis J. Montgomery. Publisher Singapore: J. Wiley, c2003. Physical Description xxi, 278 p.
7. Professor Sage investing essentials: a good foundation for stock market investing / Curtis J. Montgomery. 9. Show me the amount of money. Volume 1, Practical readings for investors in Singapore / Teh Hooi Ling, Singapore: Rank Books, 2004, 155 p. 10. Principles of accounting for non-accounting specialists, 3rd Edition/Lee Tat Man.
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Prentice Hall, 2001. Xi, 284 p. 11. Show me the amount of money. Volume 2, Practical readings for investors in Singapore / Teh Hooi Ling, Singapore: Rank Books, 2006, 192 p. 12. Financial services in Singapore/ Tan Chwee Huat, Ridge Books: Singapore University Press, c2004, xii, 256 p. 14. Handbook for stock investors / Goh Kheng Chuan; edited by Manvinder Kaur, Rank Books, 2000, 128 p. 15. Show me the amount of money.
Volume 3, Practical readings for investors in Singapore / Teh Hooi Ling, Singapore : Rank Books, 2008, ix, 216 p. 16. Show me the money. Volume 4, Practical readings for traders in Singapore / Teh Hooi Ling, Singapore: Rank Books, 2008, ix, 225 p. 17. Make your cash work for you: how to grow your investment dollars / Keon Chee & Ben Fok, Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Business, c2006, 175 p.
Get it? Such a coded and significantly out hip-cool name) and it’s really run from his own house. He runs Four Twenty Investment backed by Jim Beatty, a now semi-retired self-styled mover and shaker in the Canadian business world who’s been involved with a whole string of failed companies. The type is well known by you.