tean2020 - Carslberg, Heim, Tenaga, Maybank, Aji, Airport, Genting, GenM, HLBank, HLCap, UtdPlt, and recently added Scientex also, to name but a few. But most of these blue chips i keep for long-term dividends. For eg, Carlsberg i bought @RM3.99 more than 15 years ago. i used to have Nestle which i bought @RM21 then sold off too early at RM56 because i needed the cash to finance my house purchase back then in 2014. How about yourself? what stocks are interesting to you now?
pierre69 u are a value investor and wiseman. my stocks portfolio 70% on usa stocks though. only 30% on malaysia stocks. such as FPI, dnex, Gtronic and greatec. Usa has ford motor, nio, ehang, ashford hospitality, spire global, offeredpad solution
not many counters in my portfolio though. i try keep it under 10-15 counters.
tean2020, i have often thought about venturing into the USA stock market but are the remisier commissions for us foreign traders very high? But i think you are wise to limit your exposure exclusively to Malaysian stocks, especially with the political situation as they are lately.
Noted bro, we can discuss about some long-term dividend stocks in future. Generally speaking, if you time your buys correctly and buy at undervalued prices, stocks like Maybank, BAT and Tenaga are quite good for keeping as retirement nest eggs. Anyway, i wish u good luck in all your investments
kl2318 just a word of caution - gloves' ASP will crash very soon - a lot of new players from vietnam and china coming in not to mention local new players too - so do limit your exposure to gloves or cut your losses if necessary
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