Author: SINGAPORE STOCKS INVESTING (SSI)

My analysis on this diversified stock

Global Yellow Pages stock closed at $0.25, some 43% discount off its stock price year-to-date. Global Yellow Pages had announced that it expected to announce a set of non-stellar results due to the writing-off of some millions of dollars; the stock markets reacted to the announcement and sent Global Yellow Pages stock to a price-level the markets are seeing now. For investors who have Global Yellow Pages stock, my advice is for investors not to be demoralized but to hold on to this stock as Global Yellow Pages is a stock with growth catalysts. The recent sell-off in Global...

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Noble Group stock: a former advocate speaks

Noble Group went to a low price level of $0.455 today, after shedding 12.5%. Again, it is believe that the short-sellers had shorted Noble Group stock to this low level. There have been many reports, comments against Noble Group stock: from Iceberg Research, Muddy Waters Research to Michael Dee. Noble Group was the first stock which I bought in my investing journey and hence there is a sentiment to this stock. Yup, I am the former advocate of Noble Group stock, the “former advocate” in the title of this blog.My first investment in Noble Group was for just a...

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Commentary on the Singapore stocks today

Like what I have thought, Noble Group stock price went even south to below $0.55; this was really a price level beyond the price which I thought will act as support for Noble Group stock price. Despite Noble Group’s Chairman purchase off the markets millions of Noble Group shares, Noble Group stock price still went south. This prompted a query from SGX today in response to the downward path that Noble Group stock price has taken. Meanwhile, Lian Beng stock price did not receive a boost even though the company has reported good quarterly corporate results and its decision...

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An update on Tom K’s trading strategies

The current stocks markets have made some of my stocks in my portfolio head south in price. It has nevertheless presented to me some good bargains. After looking at my portfolio today, I decided to “cut loss” in one stock and put my monies into one good stock. This stock has been making the headlines and is one of the stocks I have blogged in my blog before. I will be hoping that my judgment is correct. Anyway, I will be holding the stock that I will be buying for long to receive the good dividends in this stock....

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Invested according to my investment plan

Yesterday’s (27 July 2015), there was a sell-off in the broader equities markets including Singapore’s. This was prompted by the performance of China’s stocks. Indeed, if investors think that after the settlement of the Greece debt discussions, there was no element to shape global stocks markets sentiments, there we have the usual factors in China as well as the interest rate hike decision. It is not easy to profit from the stocks markets currently though QT Vascular the stock which I have bought earlier was one of my ways of trading and investing in a disciplined, diversified manner and to...

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What investors need to know about this high-dividends business trust?

There is one business trust which has high-dividends payouts based on its low trading price as of now and this business trust is also under-valued. Sounds like a good buy? Well, this business trust is none other than Accordia Golf Trust and my own opinions of this trust are as follows: First of all, Warren Buffet advises investors to invest in only businesses that they can understand. For Accordia Golf Trust, despite being able to understand in some details of its business from the internet, I am not able to really make an educated guess on the future demand,...

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I bought one stock, what is it?

I noted that there is some form of speculation in the Singapore stocks markets currently. While speculation is driven by emotions of greed and herd-following, I would like to categorize the speculation so that it is easier for all to analyze. First of all, there is the speculation in S-chip penny stocks; this has resulted in Qingmei stock to register a 325% increase in its stock price on 21 July 2015. This speculation spills over to penny stocks in general which helped boost the price of even penny stocks which are not China-centric; this is the second category of...

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Singapore’s election boundaries report on Singapore stocks

Hello readers, how have you been? At this time of writing, many of you would have probably been asleep, but here I am blogging this post, am I not tired? Usually, I would have been rather tired even after drinking one cup of coffee and one cup of tea but not today, though I commuted to and fro different places today and at work, completed a larger-than-usual workload of reports. So why am I so energetic today? Well it has to do with the fact that I drank a cup of coffee this morning from a cafe. This cup...

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One timely advice for Singapore investors

I shared in yesterday’s post that penny stocks were in vogue. The report I read today described how some remisiers were elated at the surge of buying interest in Singapore stocks, albeit it was the penny stocks which ruled the roost. It is good for remisers, I agree as the Singapore stocks markets have headed south during the Greek debt talks with a corresponding reduction in buying of stocks. To provide a more balanced perspective, I believe retail investors should not be too “carried away” by the “euphoria” in the stocks markets as most of these stocks were penny...

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Why I prefer investing in Singapore Stocks?

The Sunday Times dated 19 July 2015 carried an article containing advice for investors on what to invest in if they have $10,000, $20,000 and $100,000. I am rather surprised that the choice of investing one’s monies in units trust is recommended rather prominently under each of the investment amount category. I mean though I did not have good time with units trusts (in fact the $4,200 over liquidated non-profits from my first ever investment and in unit trusts prompted me into investing in stocks, if you can still recall from my story), it is not with a biased...

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What Tom K thinks of the Singapore stocks markets now?

After investors heaved a sign of relief at the Greek debt saga, the Singapore stocks markets look interesting again. Penny stocks are in vogue, to be precise. QingMei stock closed 325% higher today, followed by 157% rise from Dapai International, 111% from Edition, 109% from Zhongxin Fruit, 100% rise each from China Flexpack and Infinio. In fact, even the top twentieth stock with the most % in gain rose by a good 35% today.What does this say of the stocks markets? Well, it means that there are really many buyers into selected penny stocks and looking at those penny...

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Tom K on Singapore stocks today

Today, NOL stock closed 7.429% higher at $0.94; this was as expected as investors bought in this stock in view of a report that Temasek Holdings is planning to sell of the loss-making shipping company. Temasek Holdings said today no decision has been made and that there is no assurance that there will be a sale taking place. I would think that investors who have earlier not been vested in NOL to refrain from speculating in this counter upon news of the sale as the dynamics of buyers, sellers and speculators could be quite complex. On the broader Singapore...

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A selection of Singapore stocks to talk about

There is one stock which has been making the top twenty volume stocks and this stock is none other than New Silkroutes stock. When I saw the name of this stock, I thought that this is a new IPO stock but then I found out that the former name of this stock was Digiland stock. New Silkroutes stock closed at $0.1 cents on 16 July 2015 and the company has appointed a new CEO in Mr Goh Jin Hian to turn around the IT business of the company and embark a new journey in oil and gas industry so...

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Blue-chip stocks: buy and hold and profit?

It was reported that NOL may be up for sale by Temasek Holdings. If the report is accurate, then it would be yet another Temasek-linked company which would be privatized after Olam International. NOL stock has not been doing well against the headwinds in the shipping industry. I have read that NOL’s CEO, LG(NS) Ng Yat Chung has also made some measures to improve the bottomlines of NOL. Ng Yat Chung was a former Chief of Defence of Singapore and a former Senior Managing Director of Temasek Holdings before he took the helms at NOL. Succeeding Ng Yat Chung...

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Easy to profit from penny stocks trading? Read on

Some investors are drawn to penny stocks, especially when they see that some penny stocks make the top volumes stock in SGX on a regular basis. And when penny stocks gain in price, the upside capital is really alluring, some could be as high as 50% or more. This is inevident as penny stocks are lowly-priced and even though SGX has the measure of minimum trading price (“MTP”) ruling of twenty cents, this does not apply to Catalist stocks. Reading blogs of top traders on how they make monies from penny stocks on a consistent basis probably will also...

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