Warren Buffett’s all-time favourite investment is one that flies under the radar: A small, slow-growing candy company called See’s Candies. Buffett once described it as his “dream business”. So, what makes See’s Candies such a great company?
It’s a landlords’ and sellers’ market out there. According to a Bloomberg report, rental prices for private properties in Singapore have risen by 20% to 40% on average. Plus, million-dollar HDB flats are becoming more common.
Lastly, Fortune 500 company 3M could potentially face billions in legal costs over defective ear plugs they sold to the US military.
Host: Yasminne Cheng, Class 95 DJ
Episode guest: Grace Cheng, Director of Investment Research, Syfe
Producer: Eliezer Toh
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