I picked up the book Show Me the Money Book 2 by Teh Hooi Ling from Times Bookstore few weeks ago.
The book is a collection of investment articles that the author writes over the years.
The author shares advice such as using dividend yield in combination of price to book ratio to screen for stocks. She also shares her opinion of believing in only blue chips in the Singapore stock market. There are tabular stock market information and charts to support the author’s view and opinions of the stock market. However, most stock information are outdated and some stock are already delisted at the point of reading. This is because most articles are dated back from 2008 to 2013.
Personally, I felt the book is a bit dry and difficult to read and you have to spend some time thinking of what the author is trying to convey to you after each article. My personal opinion, this is not a “teach you how to invest” kind of book but more of “sharing experiences”.
I give it an Average rating 3 out of 5 stars.