Author: SINGAPORE STOCKS INVESTING (SSI)

Singapore stocks performance

The Hong Kong-Shanghai stocks connect commences today (17 Nov 2014). While the stocks-connect will benefit the interest and trading liquidity in the Chinese stocks on the Hong Kong and Shanghai stocks exchange, it was reported that the stocks connect will also have a bearing on Singapore stocks. And today, STI’s showing might just have shown that. As an Asian, I am happy at the stocks connect for stocks market in general have always been about US stocks, I mean the most influential stocks of the world, whether we like it or not are still US stocks, hence the stocks...

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Learn Investing from Warren Buffet

In the internet, there are many thoughts as to how the stocks markets of Singapore as well as of the world will shape out. There are others who believe that Singapore stocks will be poised to rise in tandem with the US increasing its interest rate and there are others who tend to sit on the fence, looking at the stocks markets before making their positions in the markets. What about you? Are you looking to enter the Singapore Stocks markets with a new stock position? When it comes to investing, many take advice from Warren Buffet, whom many...

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Will this Singapore Stock be the next Ali Baba?

Singapore prides itself on being the inventor of Thumbdrive, a product from Trek 2000 International. Singapore is also the inventor of the first computer sound card, a product from Creative Technology. Trek 2000 also now has a new product that is also quite promising as the thumb drive. Now, there is a company which aims to be the next Ali Baba and this company is none other than Singapore Edevelopment Ltd. Mr Chan Heng Fai, the Group CEO of Singapore Edevelopment was quoted as saying in SED Advertisement dated 19 Aug 2014 that “I will make Singapore proud of...

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Eight Oversold Singapore stocks

In this post, let us look at some of Singapore’s oversold stocks. In the Singapore stocks markets, there are so many oversold stocks these days, hence I would put only names of stocks that will be familiar to investors, familiar in the sense that these stocks were once stocks that are on the radars of investors, but due to macro-economic and company factors as well as the factors of investors’ emotions, these stocks are now oversold. Let us take a look: 1) Swiber stock: Swiber stock price has, year-to-date, headed down by almost 50%. Swiber stock is but just...

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Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

We all know of Bill Gates and Warren Buffet, two of the richest men on Earth. Have you heard of Andrew Carnegie? In his times, Andrew Carnegie was a very very wealthy man and I should not go so much to describe about him as you can simply learn more about Andrew from the internet. Why am I telling you about Andrew Carnegie? Well, Andrew Carnegie commissioned a person called Napoleon Hill to conduct interviews with 500 of the most successful and rich men then to document their secrets or techniques of how to be rich and wealthy. Napoleon...

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Four points of wealth creation

I have been reading Robert T Kiyosaki’s books and I must truly applaud him for he really understands the game of wealth and the rules of wealth. The signature take-aways from Robert’s books are first and foremost, that everyone of us must know that we have our own personal income/expenditure statements and a balance sheet of assets and liabilities and we must act to increase our assets and incomes in order to be wealthy. Second, we must know that where wealth is concerned, there are four groups of people: employees, owners of self-businesses or small businesses like professionals, businessmen...

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What to look at for stocks?

The Asia report has published a list of companies which have paid dividends annually in the period 2009 to 2014. Personally, I have taken a look at the article and I think the author has done a good job for in the report, not only are there the yields parameters, there are also helpful parameters like PE ratio, debt level, ROE, just to name a few. I believe many readers cheer the release of the compilation list simply because the stock markets now are not really easy to make sense of, let alone, earn a good profits. How do...

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Trek 2000 International stock

Trek 2000 International stock closed at $0.40 today (11 Nov 2014). In July 2014, Trek 2000 International stock price was around $0.20, hence as of today, the stock price increase chalked up by Trek is 100% from July 2014. Will this stock Trek 2000 International stock climb further? Yes, according to OSK-DMG, who give Trek 2000 International stock a $0.61 target price which is really a 56% upside, due to expected increased in wireless Flucard orders from Rely/Mattel in FY15. So after the thumbdrive, the flucard I something that Trek is proud of. I hope to see more of...

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How to turn $10,000 into $10 million?

Is it possible to turn $10,000 into $10 million in ten years? If one is able to do so, one would then have been able to multiply monies by 1000 times. According to Robert T. Kiyosaki’s book “Who Took My Money? Why Slow Investors Lose and Fast Money Wins?” one is able to do that through investments. But investments alone in one asset class may not be able to reap such a great return. According to Robert T. Kiyosaki, an investor should strive to learn how to invest in the various classes of investments like real estates, stocks, commodities...

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Meet Singapore’s Millionaire Tutor

A main highlight in today’s The Sunday Times is the local tuition industry here. The tuition industry here is worth $1 billion dollars. When I read this figure, I am quite surprised as although I know the local tuition industry is quite booming with many parents sending their children for tuition, I do not know that the industry is worth so much. The number of tuition centres and enrichment centres is now 850, up from 800 in year 2013 and 700 in year 2012. A decade ago, the local tuition industry was worth $650 million dollars and then the...

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FREE “Who Took My Money” and more Free Ebooks from Robert T. Kiyosaki

Dear readers, I know some of you like to read books. It is good as there is a saying that winners are learners and learners are readers. There is also a saying that knowledge is Power though the more accurate saying is APPLIED knowledge is Power. I know that some of you readers read financial books like me or have gone to those technical trading sessions to learn from good traders on how to trade the Singapore stocks markets. As some of you readers might have known, I have been reading Robert T. Kiyosaki’s book. Yes, I know “Rich...

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A petition on Magnus Bocker, SGX’s CEO

There is an ongoing petition calling for Magnus Bocker, SGX’s CEO to step down from SGX as SGX’s CEO. You can view the petition at the URL below . At this time of writing, there are ten people who have signed the petition. Obviously, the people signing the petition are not happy with the performance of Magnus Bocker. While I am not familiar with Magnus Bocker, I, as a retail investor know the Blumont, Asiasons and Liongold stocks saga in Oct 2013 and the SGX’s power supply saga are quite unique. As mentioned in my posts before, I also...

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Could this stock be a multi-bagger stock?

I have been studying the dynamics of multi-bagger stocks and guess what, I have found that most of the multi-bagger stocks could be multi-bagger stocks due to the fact that these stocks were not that glamorous in the first place and hence are not on the radars of investors for quite some time. When they are not in the radars of investors, these stocks are slowly building up their fundamentals and only the very wise of the wisest investors would know that by accumulating these stocks, they would be accumulating a multi-bagger. When analysts start to cover these stocks,...

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Singapore Stocks Investing Facebook

Dear readers, Thank You for supporting my blog. As some of you readers might have known, I have moved Singapore Stocks Investing Facebook from this Facebook Page which has quite a number of “Likes” to the new Singapore Stocks Investing Facebook. Some of you may asked me, why switch to a brand new Facebook page? The reason is simple: it is to make Singapore Stocks Investing Facebook page more relevant to the needs of readers. On the old Facebook Page which is Singapore Short Stories Facebook Page, that page was a page started when I first blogged on Singapore Short...

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