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An Investor’s On-Site Visit To A Property Of Mapletree North Asia Commercial Trust In Japan (guest post)

This post was originally posted here. The writer is a veteran community member on InvestingNote, with username known as Spinning_Top. $Mapletree NAC Tr(RW0U.SI) Buildings : SII Makuhari Building & Fujitsu Makuhari Building Location: Chiba prefecture, Japan. Date : November 2018. Mapletree Greater China Commercial Trust was listed in 2013 and managed overseas commercial properties in China and Hong Kong.  Earlier this year, with the acquisition of Japanese properties into its portfolio, it changed its name to Mapletree North Asia Commercial Trust. I started… Read More Read More The post An Investor’s On-Site Visit To A Property Of Mapletree North Asia Commercial Trust...

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*Year-End Giveaway: Win, Win & Win!

It’s near the end of the year and we’re teaming up with SGX to have one final giveaway for this Holiday season! Just take this simple, 4-question Grand DLC Knowledge Quiz and stand a chance to win $20 Capitaland Vouchers! There will be a total of 10 lucky winners! In order to be selected as one of the 10 lucky winners, you will need to get all 4 questions correct on the first try! The SURE way to get all 4 questions correct: 1)… Read More Read More The post *Year-End Giveaway: Win, Win & Win! appeared first on InvestingNote’s Signal Blog....

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[New Launch] Daily Leverage Certificates (DLCs) For Blue Chip Stocks!

SGX and Societe Generale have recently launched a new suite of Daily Leverage Certificates (DLCs) on blue chip stocks with 5 times leverage. We’ve prepared a full infographic here as well to help you understand how it really works: With these DLCs, investors can go long or short on some of the more popular SGX and HKEx listed stocks such as DBS and Tencent. Another good news, some of the local brokers are currently running DLC promotions (by alphabetical order):… Read More Read More The post [New Launch] Daily Leverage Certificates (DLCs) For Blue Chip Stocks! appeared first on...

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How To Use Trend Line Correctly! (Guest Post)

This post, How To Use Trend Line Correctly! was originally posted here. The writer is a veteran community member on InvestingNote, with username known as Rayner. Trend Line is one of the most versatile tools in trading. You can use it in day trading, swing trading or even position trading. However, most traders get it wrong. They draw Trend Lines looking like this… I know I’m exaggerating, but you get my point. That’s why in today’s post, you’ll learn: What is a… Read More Read More The post How To Use Trend Line Correctly! (Guest Post) appeared first on InvestingNote’s Signal...

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*SGX BULL CHARGE STOCK CHALLENGE Ultimate WINNER*

The SGX Bull Charge Stock Challenge has finally ended and we have a grand winner! He is none other than @aaronsim0, with a grand total portfolio return of 32.6% as of 31st Oct since 16th Aug 2018. Congratulations Aaron! Aaron will be walking away with a prize trophy and $10,000 will be donated to charity on behalf of Aaron by SGX, at the annual SGX Bull Charge Charity Run 2018 on 30th November. Also, don’t forget to check out who’s the… Read More Read More The post *SGX BULL CHARGE STOCK CHALLENGE Ultimate WINNER* appeared first on InvestingNote’s Signal Blog....

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Observations At Sheng Siong Outlet (Guest Post by A Veteran Community Member)

This post, Observations At Sheng Siong Outlet was originally posted here. The writer is a veteran community member on InvestingNote, with username known as FA_TA. I just went to one of the Sheng Siong outlet in jurong west and was surprised to see some small traffic despite it being lunch hours. i toured a bit and saw that the store is filled up with staffs and shelves are consistently stocked up to the rear (i used to work part time in carrefour, i know this is sign of good business). i paid close attention to all the minor details like how they...

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Demystifying The World Of Derivatives

We all know that the financial world is full of uncertainties and risks. To survive in an unpredictable market, investors need certain financial instruments to mitigate the risks that they are facing. To mitigate this risk, modern finance has come up with a method called hedging. Derivatives are widely used to hedge against risks and uncertainties, although not limited to just hedging. Derivatives have been increasingly gaining significance in the financial market. The popularity of derivatives has grown manifold since the year of 2000. Here is an infographic for a quick overview of the derivative market and the difference...

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Upcoming in Our Workshop Series: Market Insights and Profiting From Corporate Actions

Upcoming in Our Workshop Series: Market Insights and Profiting From Corporate Actions! The IMF’s World Economic Outlook says global economic growth is projected to reach 3.9% in 2019. The US continues to grow supported by fiscal expansion and while other advanced economies such as China are gradually slowing down. Many investors are worried about the impact of rising US interest rates and US-China trade confrontation. ✔ How do you prepare for such challenges ahead? ✔ How should you restructure your portfolio? ✔ What are some opportunities in the Singapore market? ✔ Why is it important to understand how corporate actions affect stock prices?...

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#InsightsInterview with ValueInvestAsia, one of our veteran contributors

This is # InsightsInterview Episode 10 with one of our veteran contributors on the InvestingNote Platform, Stanley Lim, with the username ValueInvestAsia. This # InsightsInterview series is to showcase financial experts, influencers and bloggers on a personal and insightful manner, to get glimpse of their investment journeys and their insights on the market in the near future. Every one of them have different styles of investing, expertise in different types of securities and also have their own story to tell. Previously, we have launched 9 episodes of # InsightsInterview by influential bloggers. To read more about their post, you can find out...

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FREE Event*: 5-Steps Blueprint To Build Profitable Trades Consistently

In this free seminar, Jay Tun from Swim Trading will showcase the 5-steps blueprint that incorporates tools of analysis with prudent money management and winning psychology that has allowed him to build consistent performing trades month after month.   You will learn: ✔ Why Most Retail Traders Fail ✔ Building Blocks Of A Successful Trader ✔ How To Find Star Performing Stocks ✔ How To Choose A Fundamentally Good Stock In Just 10 Minutes? ✔ How Can Incorporate Technical Analysis To Identify Rewarding Areas For Entry? ✔ How Can Money Management Directly Affect Your Portfolio Outcome? And more! Date:...

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The 2008 Financial Crisis: What Caused the Financial Crisis & Recession?

A decade ago, the 2008 financial crisis wreaked havoc on global markets as well as the world. The financial crisis has sunk some banks and paralyzed markets, resulting in staggering losses for many people out there. It is also considered by many economists to have been the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression of the 1930s. How did it all happen?  After 10 years, the causes and repercussions remain tricky to comprehend. What exactly set it into motion involves a whole series of complex questions with a number of interlocking answers. Here is a quick infographic attempting to detail what...

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Have You Max Out Your Tax Relief For Tax Payable In 2019? (Guest Post)

This article, Have You Max Out Your Tax Relief For Tax Payable in 2019 was originally posted here. The writer is a veteran community member on InvestingNote, with username known as Turtle_Investor. Have you max out your tax relief (income earned in 2018) for tax payable in 2019? Turtle “loh soh” reminder. You have less than 2 months till end of Dec to do so to top up your CPF accounts or your love ones to maximize your tax relief for total income earned in 2018. If you treat CPF as your risk free component of your retirement savings and still earning a decent...

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Finding Investment Ideas That Suit You (Guest Post)

This article, Finding Investment Ideas that Suit You was originally posted here. The writer is a veteran community member on InvestingNote, with username known as GrandpaLemon. Back when I was a teenager, I remember waking up every morning and zoom into the back of the Straits Times Finance section, trying to see if there is any news I can capitalize on. Internet access was still not prevalent. Newspapers and magazines such as ShareInv become your financial advisors. Teletext and “expert” friends become your source of tips. I grew up with Sharejunction, Valuebuddies, and Hardwarezone with the introduction of network access. As the...

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SGX Bull Charge Challenge Investors’ Insights: Dr. Robin Han

Recently, we got in touch with Robin Han, one of the contestants of the SGX Bull Charge Stock Challenge as well as a veteran contributing influencer of the InvestingNote community, to understand more about his investing strategies, his philosophy, and what motivated him to get started in the first place. With less than a month to go, some of the top participants have achieved double digit portfolio returns within the timeframe of just 3 months. Impressive! For those who are wondering, the SGX Bull Charge Stock Challenge is only open to professionals and influencers in the finance industry. But...

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SGX Bull Charge Challenge Investors’ Insights: Chicao

Recently, we got in touch with Chicao, one of the prominent financial bloggers here in Singapore and also a contestant of the SGX Bull ChargeStock Challenge, to understand more about his investing strategies, his philosophy, and what motivated him to get started in the first place. With less than a month to go, some of the top participants have achieved double digit portfolio returns within the timeframe of just 3 months. Impressive! For those who are wondering, the SGX Bull Charge Stock Challenge is only open to professionals and influencers in the finance industry. But the question we should really...

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