In the current Singapore stocks markets, where the bullish buying of Singapore stocks in the first two months of the year has receded, what we currently note in the Singapore stocks markets is driven by speculation in penny stocks (for this, just take a look at the top volume stocks); the revisiting of potential privatization plays as well as the discussion of macro factors in the Singapore stocks markets arising from the upcoming Dutch elections as well as the discussions on the US Federal Reserves’ interest rates.
In a stocks markets like this, I believe what investors need reassurance. And reassurance is given to investors via, in my humble opinion, knowing the true meaning of investing and investment. I believe one can invest at any time and loses monies and one can invest at any time and always earn monies. The crux is what stocks you buy, what price you …Read the full article →