Author: SINGAPORE STOCKS INVESTING (SSI)

[REVEALED!] WHAT IS THIS STOCK WHICH WILL MAKE YOU RICH?

Dear readers, yesterday I blogged about a stock which I asked whether it will make investors rich (you can read the post here). I have withheld the name of the stock but have said that the name of this stock has been revealed in the title of the post yesterday already: “WHAT IS THIS STOCK WHICH WILL MAKE YOU RICH?” That was a hint to the name of the stock, the stock which, to recap: a) is undervalued b) pays a dividends yields of more than 4% c) has a debt-to-equity of less than 33% d) has a Return-on-Equity...

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WHAT IS THIS STOCK WHICH WILL MAKE YOU RICH?

Dear readers, does an undervalued stock sounds good to you? Yes, it means that buying the stock now means getting a good bargain from the stock. What if the stock pays a dividends yields of more than 4%? Does it sound better? What if I further share with you that the debt-to-equity ratio of this stock is less than 33%? (which translates into a decent debt level)? And if I further highlight: this stock has a Return-on-Equity of more than 5% and additionally, this stock is currently trading at less than 20% from its trading lows? Does it sound...

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IS GLOBAL INVESTMENTS STOCK A GOOD BUY?

  Dear readers, in my earlier post of 8 Jul 2017, I have highlighted a total of twenty stocks with has each a good Dividends over Price-to-Book ratio on the SGX. You can read the post here .I will like to highlight one stock from the list in my stock today. The name of this stock is Global Investments stock. If we look at the technical stocks charts of Global Investments stock, this stock has been defying gravity. Year-to-date, Global Investments stock has gone up by around 15% in capital appreciation while rewarding investors with a strong dividend yield...

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WHAT DOES A VISIT TO FAST FOOD RESTAURANT TEACH ME ABOUT INVESTING?

Dear readers, I am not sure whether you have noticed this. But the format of the layout of our fast food restaurants seems to have changed. As well as the concept too. Let me explain more. Have you noticed whereas before, when we ordered our fast food, we would be served almost immediately. If not immediately, we were asked to wait a little while more by moving a step beside the order queue. But it seems that this concept as well as the concept of having our fast food served fast has been tweaked slightly a little. Enter the...

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AN ANALYST: THIS SINGAPORE STOCK HAS POTENTIAL OVER 30% RETURN

In a DBS research note dated 4 Jul 2017, a stock has been given a target price of $0.88 versus the current $0.665 price the stock closed yesterday. This means a potential price upside of over 30%. What is the name of this stock? Well, it is Japfa stock. If you could recall my earlier post (you can read the post here)Japfa stock is one of the stocks which I am closely tracking, having chosen the stock due to the good technical charts I have noted. The research note from DBS further updated me with the fundamental reasons where...

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SHOULD RETAILS INVESTORS ACT LIKE BIG BROTHERS?

Dear readers, there was a recent piece of article by Kishore Mahbubani which struck a little controversy by the message which some interpreted as “Small states should act like small states”. Actually, this whole issue is just about small states having to be prudent when it comes to interacting with the larger states while standing one’s ground. After reading the article, I could see the analogy being played out in the daily stocks markets. Some retail investors think that they are the expert market big brother players and act like them by buying large number of shares but often...

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SIX STOCKS WHICH PAY AT LEAST 4% DIVIDEND YIELDS AT 52-WEEKS LOW

Dear readers, there are six Singapore stocks which are trading at no more than 3% from their 52-weeks trading lows and which each provide a dividend yields of at least 4%. These six stocks are: 1) ComfortDelGro Corporation Limited 2) Kingsmen Creatives Ltd 3) Singapore Press Holdings Limited 4) Soilbuild Construction Group Ltd 5) StarHub Ltd. 6) Transit-Mixed Concrete Ltd It should not be surprising that ComfortDelgro stock, SPH stock and Starhub stock appear in the above list as they have surfaced in my earlier posts about billion-cap stocks trading at lows. As for Kingsmen Creatives stock, currently the...

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ARE THESE THE TOP 20 SINGAPORE STOCKS?

Dear readers, when it comes to investing, investors seek value and would like to invest in a stock which is undervalued that is having a Price-to-Book ratio (P/B) of less than 1. At the same time, income investors seek to achieve a passive income stream through dividends, hence income investors seek to invest in high dividends stock. So when it comes to a convergence of both the above camps, I believe Singapore stocks which are undervalued and which offer a dividends yields of more than 5% fully satisfy both investing camps. On the Singapore stocks markets, there are currently...

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10% increase in Price

I went to a food place which was recently opened after renovations and proceed to the mixed vegetables food stall which I had not been going for quite a while during the renovations. I ordered my usual rice and mixed vegetables dishes. I gave the cashier the standard payment of $3 for a mixed rice set consisting of one meat dish and two vegetables dishes and to my surprise, the cashier asked for $0.30 more as the price of my order was $3.30. I was shocked and asked what happened. The cashier told me that after renovations, the rental...

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M1 STOCK: WHAT’S NEXT?

M1 stock has been trending higher earlier following reports that overseas buyers are looking to acquire the stock. This led to M1 stock trending around the $2.25 price mark. However M1 stock price has been declining recently, even reaching an intra-day low of $2.05 on 7 Jul 2017 before closing the trading day slightly higher at $2.10. From $2.25 to $2.10, that was over 6% in price drop for M1 stock since news of potential acquisition were made. The price pattern on 7 Jul 2017 while forming a doji had already breached below the 200- day moving average on...

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LOOK WHAT THIS STOCK HAS DONE!

Yesterday (5 Jul 2017), Moya Asia stock rallied by an impressive 6% to reach a close of $0.106. And what is equally impressive is that the rally is on high volume. In my earlier posts, I have shared that the support of Moya Asia stock is at $0.098/$0.099 and true enough, Moya Asia stock consolidated at this level and before anyone could know it, this stock just rallied by 6% to reach at $0.106! So after predicting the movement of Moya Asia stock before and making some monies from trading this stock, am I still vested in this stock...

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WILL YOU BUY THIS MID-CAP DIVIDEND STOCK AT 52-WEEKS LOW?

Dear readers, Duty Free International Limited currently trades at $0.34, just around 3% from its 52-weeks low of $0.33. Duty Free International is a dividends stock, having a steady track record of annual dividends. The current dividends yield of Duty Free International works out to 7.35%. Financially, Duty Free stock boasts a Return-on-Equity of more than 15%, and a profit margin of 11.50%. On the technical front, a bullish reversal stock candlestock was formed on 30 Jun 2017. The stock seemed to find support at an intra-day low of $0.32. The stock remains undersold as of 4 Jul 2017....

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THIS DIVIDENDS, BILLION-CAPS SINGAPORE STOCK IS AT 52-WEEKS LOW

Dear readers, currently, ComfortDelgro stock is trading at $2.30, its 52-weeks low. Based on its RSI, the stock is currently oversold. Fundamentals-wise, ComfortDelgro is trading at 4.48% dividends yield, with a Price-to-Book ratio of 1.9 and a Price-to-Earnings ratio of 15.232. The consensus price on the SGX website for ComfortDelgro stock is $2.82, suggesting a more than 20% potential capital return. Technically, I see no sign of rebound for ComfortDelgo for the moment. Bearish stock candlesticks, interspersed with dojis means that there are sellers and that there is indecision on the markets. The downtrend started with a 5.2% drop...

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TOM K: MY WORK, MY INVESTING

Dear readers, I have been working non-stop over work. If you ask me how work could change a person, I would say hair loss, big belly, coffee and ageing. First, hair loss due to lots of stress over work timelines. Second, big belly due to sitting behind a computer and attending long hours of meetings (which do not necessarily are productive). Big belly from going home late at night when the only viable options are fast food restaurants. Thirdly, coffee, I have drink lots of it, increasing my uptake and especially drink very strong coffee to enhance my work...

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