We are what we repeatedly do - Sean Covey

SGX:VL6   None
I agree with this quote 1000%. If you examine your own life, you would know that this is true. Habits is so ingrained in all of us, regardless of race, religion, nationality, age, gender, etc.

We simply have to do what we repeatedly do. For example, my usual wake up time is between 7 to 730am without the alarm clock. Yes, even on weekends.

If I do wake up later than that, I felt lousy, like I had wasted an hour or so sleeping it away.

This stock, Koufu is a popular brand foodcourt operator in Singapore. It is a household name. They are in most of the shopping malls in Singapore and the variety of food served there are nice and a wide variety.

While its price is currently below the IPO price, I believe post Covid 19, when the throngs of people return back to work and doing their usual shopping on weekends again, they will be flocking to their favourite malls for their meals.

Put this into your watch list.
Comment: praise lord. it has nicely breakout now, let's see the next few candles to confirm its bullish stance before long
Comment: not so good, three bearish candles, it could return back to the bullish trend line again. Let's wait some more to see the next few candles for confirmation
Comment: we are taking a small position today.
Why ?

While SG is opening in stages, nevertheless, office workers will need to go to food courts to take their meals and this will inevitably increase their revenues.
Comment: praise lord. congrats to those who followed. The row of red candles that follows after the breakout was scary as it presumes the possibility of another sell down. Luckily, it did not.
Comment: 0.20 cents profits for every contract that you longed. Food, glorious food.This is what keep people going day in , nights out, good or bad mood, recession or not. The question is the price they pay but the traffic will be there
Comment: slow and steady profits
Comment: 0.63 is a strong support and offered late buyers a chance to get in if they missed the first round

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