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Penguin International
16-09-2019, 11:44 AM.
Post: #1181
RE: Penguin International
Just an observation. Seems like the more active discussions on Penguin at VB, the higher the stock flies. I have been a long time investor in this stock, and still holding. The buddies here have been very insightful (both pro and against this stock) and contributed tremendous to my deeper understanding of this company. Well done guys, please keep up the active discussions.

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16-09-2019, 03:21 PM.
Post: #1182
RE: Penguin International
(15-09-2019, 12:38 AM)GenS70 Wrote: Anyway I think this forum maybe shd define what is the definition of value investment otherwise we hv unhealthy discussion.

hi GenS70,

VB.com has been around for some time, maybe close to 10years in current form. Personally, i have been around for maybe majority of that, but was only a Moderator for the last 3 years.

This forum has its ups and downs, but it continues to evolve. If Buffett evolved from Graham's cigar butt (companies which have no moats but worth the last puff) to activist investing (buying big stakes in companies and pressure their Mgt to sell off their assets) to Philip Fisher's quality stock investing (See's Candies as the start), then value investing will continue to evolve.

That said, while the methods of value investing evolves, but its principles of (1) Invest with a margin of safety, (2) Treating every investment as a business, (3) How to handle our relationship with Mr Market, are timeless.

Some folks here are confused about differentiating between principles and methods of value investing, but not the majority here. Smile
When we are clearer about the differences above, we all grow wiser.

While value investing evolves, but what we do know these will never be value investing and not welcomed on VB.com for discussion - (1) buying in anticipation to sell to bigger fools, (2) price momentum with litle consideration to fundamentals, (3) Technical charting (candlelights and stuff)

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16-09-2019, 03:58 PM.
Post: #1183
RE: Penguin International
Just curious, my post was #1181 just a while ago. Checking back now it became #1180. What happened? Could someone retrospectively delete their prior posts? How do we find out if someone did?
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16-09-2019, 07:26 PM.
Post: #1184
RE: Penguin International
(16-09-2019, 03:58 PM)Squirrel Wrote: Just curious, my post was #1181 just a while ago. Checking back now it became #1180. What happened? Could someone retrospectively delete their prior posts? How do we find out if someone did?

hi squirrel,

A post can be deleted by the person who posted it or by Moderator. For this particular case, the deletion was done by me as the post was sarcastic in delivery and out of topic (a new person who browses through this thread would not need to read that at all). It was only moderated today (abit delay) as i re read the posts again. Apologize for the delay n probably the confusion that came with it.

If need to know more whether anyone did sk, you could check with the Moderators like me, CY09 and cyclone if it is important

Hope it clarifies.

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