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What are the main investing strategies I should know wje investing in Singapore?

In the professional investing world, there is a popular saying that all the portfolio managers and analysts talk about: "there's more than one way to skin a cat."This refers to the concept that there is no such thing as the absolute "best" investment strategy. Despite this I want to know what's are the candidates for the best.

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    Fundamental analysis investing is the more traditional approach to investing. The main rule of this investment strategy is to first understand how a business operates and makes money on a fundamental level. Value investing is a fundamental investment strategy where an investor buys stocks that trade for less than their intrinsic values. Growth investing is a more aggressive version of fundamental investing that is focused on capital appreciation.GARP stands for "Growth At a Reasonable Price," and it is a hybrid of value and growth investing.

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