Me & My Money: Dental group CEO holds steady to quality blue chips

Mr Leon Luai is chief executive of Oracare Group, which has around 40 clinics across Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia. ST PHOTO: GIN TAY
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SINGAPORE - Blue chips tend to be seen as a boring but reliable pillar of the investment world but dental care executive Leon Luai has being snapping up these tried and true gems now that prices are low amid the lingering economic uncertainty.

His strategy has been refined over time and he usually holds onto these shares for five years or more, reaping average annual returns of about 5 to 7 per cent.

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