Digital China Holdings (861)
Digital China Holdings Ltd. is an investment holding company, which engages in the provision of general information technology services. The company also engages in the provision of supply chain services and information technology services. It operates its business through three segments: DCITS, Supply Chain Management Strategy Unit and New Business. Digital China Holdings was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Hong Kong.
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Tuesday, August 15, 2017
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Monday, February 23, 2015
Its one of the most common questions asked by Skaffold members: why does Roger Montgomery buy stocks that are expensive in Skaffold?
At Skaffold’s live event Roger shared a story about McMillan Shakespeare, and explained why he bought Sirtex Medical when Skaffold said it was expensive.
Tuesday, April 01, 2014
Given the uncertainty over earnings growth in 2014/15, you understandably don’t want to pay any more than you need to for top stocks. But there are occasions when you shouldn’t be deterred from paying close to or indeed above intrinsic value (IV) for quality companies on a strong growth trajectory.
As a value investor, sometimes you’re better off buying a quality business with plenty of growth in front of it at a (slight) premium to its intrinsic value than trying to save money on a bad stock that’s languishing.
Friday, February 01, 2013
Member Experience Expert Jeremy Wilson shows you the process we followed to find a handful of top quality stocks, and how you can easily replicate that process in Skaffold. Jeremy also demonstrates how to use Skaffold’s in-depth Evaluate screens to identify great investment opportunities and avoid potential disasters.
Friday, January 11, 2013
In late 2010 Money magazine’s Editor-in-Chief Pam Walkley and Editor Effie Zahos asked the team at Skaffold to identify 50 top-quality stocks that were below their true worth. Including capital growth and dividends, an equally weighted portfolio invested across the fifty stocks has returned 12.8% in 12 months. Had you invested only in the 28 stocks that were forecast to offer growth AND yield, your return would be 20.0%. $50,000 invested equally across the Top 5 has returned 18.6%. Skaffold’s Top 50 stocks for 2013 will be published in the February edition of Money magazine, on sale Wednesday 6 February 2013.