I like a good cup of coffee. Who doesn’t? Having traveled the world and seeing the many different ways coffee is made has turned me into a bit of coffee nerd. I have the traditional drip filter machine, a Breville expresso machine, a Vietnamese coffee maker, a French press, an Italian espresso maker, and now a syphon coffee maker. Now you might ask which one is the best? It’s really how you like your coffee and the type of beans you use. Use good high quality water and the best beans available. Most people underestimate the importance of these two key ingredients and blame the machine when a cup of coffee is not good.
The seller: Japanese Poppin Culture
At first, I was highly skeptical since he was a new seller on Amazon and his price for the machine was $20 dollar lower then everybody else for the same machine (I got it for $70, others: $90+). The store also only charge $5-6 for shipping from Japan which gave me the feeling “too good to be true”. So I went against my gut feeling and bought the machine anyway. It turned out to be a great buy and I made my first brew. I must say that the experience was awesome and the coffee was excellent.
Editor’s notes: NagaCorp has a monopoly on the Cambodian gambling industry and is poised for continued growth. 20% upside as it continues to play a winning hand.
NagaCorp – The Action Is In This South-East Asia Casino
NagaCorp Ltd. (NagaWorld, Naga) (NGCRF.PK)
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NagaCorp runs a monopoly on gambling in Phnom Penh. Share of the casino operator has been on a bullish tear since its 2006 IPO and is up +81% year-to-date. In 2006, NagaCorp raised US$95 million with a Hong Kong stock offering at a price of HK$1.43 per share. Since then shareholders have been well rewarded; today shares of casino are trading ~HK$6.90, a whopping 383% not including dividends and special dividends.
The focus of this article is to determine if NagaCorp’s rally will continue. Is NagaCorp undervalued in relation to its intrinsic value? Rest the rest of the story here.
I ran into this article regarding North Korean news. It provides an interesting insight on the inner workings of the party and some of the big name companies running the show. The kind of information that our current media wouldn’t run.
Reposted from The Chosunilbo
As scattered green shoots of a market economy pop up all over North Korea, the gap between rich and poor is also widening in line with capitalist trends. Wealthy people in the capital Pyongyang control profitable businesses through the support of the regime, while farmers in remote areas survive or not at all.
In March last year, American investor Jim Rogers went to an international coin fair in Singapore and snapped up 13 rare North Korean gold coins each valued at 2,500 Singaporean dollars, as well as hundreds of silver coins worth 70 Singaporean dollars each. Continue reading “Income Gap in North Korea Widens”→