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Nicholas Tse Called ‘God Of Investment’ By HK Media After Some Shares He Bought Grew By S$9.8mil In A Year

The 41-year-old has apparently never made a bad investment.

Nicholas Tse Called ‘God Of Investment’ By HK Media After Some Shares He Bought Grew By S$9.8mil In A Year
Nicholas Tse has now been dubbed the 'God of Investment' by Hongkong media after he made a killing on the stock market.

The 41-year-old, who is the ambassador of Chinese sports brand XTEP, forked out HK$12.4mil (S$2.14mil) to buy five million shares of the company in July 2020.

As the shares were sold to him at a subscription (aka discounted) price, there was also a one-year ban on trading these shares.

Due to this limitation, market analysts had criticised Nic for what they believed was a very risky investment.

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