Author: SINGAPORE STOCKS INVESTING (SSI)

Should we buy into these blue-chip dividends stocks now?

From my investing and trading experience, it is not easy to buy a stock at its lowest as the global stock markets will shape stock prices in general and most of us do not have control over this. I believe it would be good enough already to buy stocks at one of its lowest price levels. Currently, there are four blue-chip dividends stocks trading at one of their low prices and they are:   Boustead M1 StarHub Suntec Reit Sabana Reit Boustead stock is a stock with history dating back hundreds of years ago. Boustead company has spun off...

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What I think of Singapore stocks for May 2015?

There are three themes which I believe will shape Singapore Stocks markets as investors enter May 2015. Theme 1: Sell in May and Go Away When markets enter May every year, the same old adage will greet investors: Sell In May and Go Away. As this adage is already so common among investors and this adage is no without historical basis, I believe investors will continue to heed this adage. Theme 2: Greece debt talks Of more significance than the “Sell in May and Go Away” adage is the fact that Greece is now in talks with its European...

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What Tom K says of this stock?

On the morning of 28 Apr 2015, I blogged about Ying Li International stock (you can read the post here). On 27 Apr 2015, Ying Li closed at $0.275 and I told readers that the next resistance to look out for this stock was $0.285 with the previous resistance of $0.26 broken by Ying Li stock then. I was right, Ying Li international stock reached a high intra-day peak of $0.285 on the very same day of my post (28 Apr 2015) and today it closed at $0.255, below the previous resistance of $0.26; it seems that $0.26 resistance...

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The Financial Journey of Tom K …….. EXPOSED (Part 4 & Final Part)

The following is a continuation of the sharing of my financial journey. You can read on Part One, Part Two & Part Three in the blog’s archives. But is Investing really that easy? With my first investment success, I invested and traded in more stocks, not to delude myself and readers, I profited in some positions while not profiting in others; but I am starting to see my overall profits improve as I educate myself more in both financial and technical analysis, reading of financial articles and schooling myself in the whole spectrum of financial education. I count Robert...

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This Stock has reached a new high stock price , will it still advance?

CWT stock closed at $1.97 yesterday (28 April 2015), at a new high. The “volume breakout” occurred on 20 April 2015 with a 4.3% increase in stock price and a closing stock price of $1.825; since then to yesterday, there was a good 7.95% increase in stock price. CWT’s stock price low was on 20 March 2015 at $1.505 and yesterday’s stock price was a good 31% increase in CWT’s stock price since. Technically, CWT stock is overbought. SGX’s website has a hold recommendation on the stock at $1.90 though I will think a good support of CWT is...

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The Financial Journey of Tom K …….. EXPOSED (Part 3)

The following is a continuation of the sharing of my financial journey. You can read on Part One & Part Two in the blog’s archives. An Even Greater Financial Awakening Even though I had now a trading account, it remained pretty much a “dormant” account. It was years after the set-up of the trading account that I experienced the impetus to learn investing and to take investing action …….. As I entered into the workforce, I have had a roaring start. My diligence, capabilities and skills were recognized by my bosses and I have had the potential to rise...

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This stock has advanced 38% since March 2015, will it still advance?

Ying Li International stock reached a low of $0.20 and yesterday, the stock closed at $0.275, a 38% increase in its stock price since. Will the stock price of this property company with property portfolios in Chong Qing, Beijing and Singapore continue to advance next? Ying Li International is one of the S-chips in Singapore and a few of the S-chips here to have attracted an investment from premium China investors, for Ying Li, it is China Everbright. The strong volume and showing in Ying Li stock yesterday corresponds with the performance of another S-chip property play in Yanlord...

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The Financial Journey of Tom K …….. EXPOSED (Part 2)

The following is a continuation of the sharing of my financial journey. You can read on Part One in the blog’s archives. Financial Awakening: My First Investment As soon as I stepped into society to start work, the “lust” of earning more monies soon overwhelmed me so much so that I bought my first investments in a fund from a well-known insurance company, without doing much research, from an auntie simply based on trust. The fund seems great as it had good publicity in the newspapers when it was introduced. I gave my first “investment capital” via a cheque...

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Should Singapore investors buy Singapore stocks now?

I was looking at some good Singapore counters and feel quite tempted to buy these Singapore stocks, offering good dividend yields and trading at good bargains now. However, I was reminded of the ongoing Greek finance saga and from what I have read on the internet, the Greek finance saga could shape the global stock markets in a way which would remind all investors of the same saga some years back; only that now, Greeks have a new government which has a different stance towards the EU bailout and the debt Coupled with the above, there is still the...

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The Financial Journey of Tom K …….. EXPOSED (Part 1)

As I have promised readers, I will share my financial journey with you for you to better understand my financial motivations as an investor and motivations of learning and sharing with all of you as a blogger. I also hope that through this sharing of my financial journey, you have a better understanding of who I am as a person and the objectives of Singapore Stocks Investing blog towards creating value to you. And here the narration of my financial journey goes, so sit back, relax and have a bag of popcorn with you: Seeds of my Financial Education...

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This Chinese Financial Word has Great Meaning

Some time ago, I heard a passer-by utter a mandarin financial phrase which I have not really heard for quite some time. The phrase is none other than the simple phrase of money in mandarin. Nope, the phrase is not “qian” but it is “jin qian” (perhaps that is why at this stage, you would recognize with me that this phrase is seldom heard of now). So what’s the big deal of this phrase? As Chinese know, the chinese word of “qian” means money and “jin” means gold. Nowadays we heard the word of “qian” being spoken more than...

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Why I hate Robert T Kiyosaki?

Robert T Kiyosaki is a multi-millionaire and an international best-selling author. Robert’s book “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” has become a classic for financial education. If you think this book already sounds like a cliché and probably seems obsolete in the financial world today, I encourage you to read his other later titles. I have bought and read many of Robert’s books (mostly bought them at low prices at those book expo sales) and have benefited from his teachings so much so that I have regarded Robert as an author who has shaped some of my thinking towards monies and...

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The Greatest Secrets behind Successful Investing

Many people have sought to discover the greatest secrets behind successful investing. Many have sought to learnt technical and fundamental analysis or even pay some experts thousands of dollars to learn to be a successful investor. Does understanding the stock markets, technical and fundamental analysis, stocks really help one to become a successful investor? There can be no denying that all the above are helpful towards one’s investment. And I want to highlight one even more important point for successful investing and that is none other than to understand one’s self. Understand one’s return-risk profile, understand one’s preference for...

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Sharing of Singapore Financial Blogs

Here at Singapore Stocks Investing, Tom K believes that when it comes to investing among retail investors, generally, it is good to read about and learn from others’ investing experience; the key is to do so with a discerning mind as we are responsible for our own investing actions and how we manage our monies. This is really the rationale behind my sharing of other financial blogs here on the blog roll that readers see on the sidebar of Singapore Stocks Investing. I think I have observed a trend here in Singapore which is that more and more netizens...

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Should you invest in Singapore Stocks now? Tom K vs an Expert

The Singapore STI is currently at a high level. Should investors invest in Singapore stocks now? According to an expert, the Singapore stocks market is “cheap” trading at a P/E ratio of around 14, giving investors a dividend of 7% in general. The expert proceeded to reassure investors that rising interest rates should not worry investors as they only mean that the economy of the world is good. When I heard what the expert said, I really thought that what he said was really a theoretical exercise of the entire Singapore Stocks markets. What I must remind investors is...

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