I believe in these current times, Singapore investors are looking more at the fundamentals of the stocks that they are considering to invest in, given that over time good fundamental stocks will still be able to realize their valuation or potential. What makes a stock good? Is it the dividend factor? Is it that the stock has little debt or is it that the stock is undervalued?

I would consider any of the above criteria to be one good fundamental attribute of a stock. But what if against the current stocks markets backdrop, investors want to be greedier on the fundamental parts? What if investors want stocks with good dividend yields, good debt to equity ratio with the stocks themselves being undervalued?

Against this backdrop, there are Singapore stocks which are currently having zero or little debt, are undervalued with a Price-to-book ratio of less than one and have an …