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Recommended Articles This Week


Was reading Google Reader, where I subscribe to blogs, online newspapers and company websites, via RSS and saw a few good articles and websites to share with you.

  1. The first one is a regularly updated site on Singapore’s highest dividend stocks: InvestMoat’s Dividend Screener
  2. The second is a remarkable letter from Warren Buffett who writes a refreshing candid and honest article to Uncle Sam, the USA government, for its handling of the recent financial meltdown. Its at the New York Times site and it  is really worth reading: Pretty Good for Government Work
  3. Motley Fool has some of the most remarkable investment articles and this is one of them: One Indicator for Market Crushing Returns
  4. Fellow blogger MusicWhiz’s blog is one I have also bookmarked on Google Reader and it is always interesting to read what he has to say about Value Investing. His articles are always illuminating, detailed and well argued. Read what he has to say about: Can One Expand Their Circle of Competence?
  5. Last but not least, another mother lode of financial information is Seeking Alpha and this article is lengthy but there are lucid arguments both for and against the use of valuation metrics: The Case for the Individual Investors   
I hope you enjoy and derive as much nuggets of information/insights from the articles as I have and bookmark these sites through your RSS reader.   

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