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A Closer Look at M1’s Q3-2017 Results and How It Stacks Up Against Its Peers

A Closer Look at M1’s Q3-2017 Results and How It Stacks Up Against Its Peers by: Tam Ging Wien All examples and stocks quoted here in this article and on the ProButterflyTM site are for learning purposes; it does NOT constitute financial advice or a Buy/Sell recommendation. Contents are reflective of personal views and readers are responsible for their own investments and are advised to perform their own independent due diligence and take into their own financial situation. If in any doubt about the investment action you should take, you should consult a professional certified financial advisor. M1 Ltd...

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Tech Sector Led in Sep, Venture now Biggest Stock in the STI Reserve List

The IT Sector was the strongest of Singapore’s Sectors in September, with market capitalisation weighted total returns of 3.9%. This was followed by the Energy Sector with a 2.6% return and the Consumer Discretionary Sector with a 1.1% return. Overnight, SIPMM reported that Singapore’s electronics cluster’s PMI posted a reading of 53.6 in September, up from August’s reading of 53.2, its 14th straight month of expansion and the highest recorded reading since July 2010. In addition to being the largest capitalised stock of the IT Sector, Venture is currently the biggest stock on the STI Reserve List by full...

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ARE THESE FIVE STOCKS THE BEST BARGAIN BUYS NOW?

Dear readers, when a stock is trading at low prices, it may either be a bargain or it may be a “falling knife”. But what if the stocks have good valuations fundamentally? Will that makes the stocks bargain buys? Currently, there are five stocks which are trading within 4% of their 52-weeks low. Each of these stocks have good return-of-equity of more than 15% and pays a dividends yields of more than 4% each. Without further ado, let us get to know the names of the stocks now. 1. China Jinjiang stock 2. QAF stock 3. Sarine Technologies stock...

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THE ONE OVERSOLD STI STOCK

Dear readers, it is time to look at the weekly performance of the STI constituent stocks. Arising from my screening, there are not many oversold and overbought STI constituent stocks arising from the previous trading week, except for one oversold STI stock. Do you know which oversold STI stock is it? Well, this oversold STI stock is none other than Singtel stock which has currently a RSI of below 30. Currently, STI stock closes at $3.69, which is 2.5% from its 52-weeks low of $3.60 and almost 20% from its 52-weeks high of $4.06. Telecom stocks are always considered...

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Random thoughts: Defensive stocks?

What come to your mind? Names or numbers? In the past, perhaps 1-2 years ago, you might name telcos, healthcare/ heathcare reit? The 3 telecoms are suffering from investors’ anxiety without real confontation from TPG. Having another player at the table has lead to some analysts to shout which company might be merged. Is Singapore market too small for a 4th Telco? Only time will tell, but if u tell someone on the street now that M1/ starhub is defensive, but for the dividends and its cash flow, I am Not sure if u get the same reactions from...

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M1 – Is now the right time to invest?

M1 has been one of the often talked about stocks in Singapore. With the share price dropping from a high of $3.96 to $1.76, it has drawn the concerns of shareholders and sparked interests among opportunists. TPG Telecom being the fourth telco who would takeaway a slice of the market share is old news. What we do not know is how much of the share would M1 lose. However, M1 has already reported lower earnings before TPG Telecom offers her services. Shareholders might ponder to sell now in case the news get worse. Or…would these bad news depress share...

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Highlights of High-Yielding Billionaire Stocks

There are 37 primary-listed stocks on SGX with a market capitalisation of above S$1 billion and dividend yields above 4%. These stocks averaged a total YTD return of 19.1% and a yield of 6.1%.  Of the 37 stocks, the five best performers in the YTD were Hi-P International (+183.8%), CDL Hospitality Trusts (+31.6%), Frasers Centrepoint (+29.7%), Lippo Malls Indonesia Retail Trust (+25.3%) and Mapletree Logistics Trust (+25.3%). The four highest yielding stocks are Hi-P International (13.8%), Lippo Malls Indonesia Retail Trust (8.1%), Hutchison Port Holdings Trust (7.7%), and Frasers Commercial Trust (7.1%), with an average yield of 9.1%. The...

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TEN SINGAPORE MID-CAP STOCKS TRADING AT 52-WEEKS LOWS

  Dear readers, these are the ten mid-cap stocks (each having a market-capitalization of at least $500 million) which are trading at their 52-weeks lows. Are these stocks discount-buys or are they value-traps? 1) Bumitama Agri Ltd. 2) Del Monte Pacific Limited 3) Hotel Grand Central Limited 4) Japfa Ltd. 5) Keppel Telecommunications & Transportation Ltd 6) M1 Limited 7) Raffles Medical Group Ltd 8) Sarine Technologies Ltd. 9) Singapore Press Holdings Limited...

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Telcos Are Retail Investors’ Favourite Defensive Stocks For Dividend Income

Read? When a Giant Gain Causes Pain (5) M1 still defensive in view of incoming stronger competitor? It is not unexpectedly to talk about M1 when they have the chance to ask your fellow retail investor. Uncle8888 is not vetted in any Telcos yet. Market is up, up and UP; but M1 is down, down and DOWN! This is NOT emotional selling from retail; but systematic selling by BBs. Right?...

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SEMBCORP MARINE STOCK: UP and UP?

I read of a recent analyst report where the analyst expressed his opinion that Sembcorp Marine would not be put up for acquisition or disposed of by Sembcorp Industries. As a background, a Strategic Review of Sembcorp Industries is ongoing and this Review covers its subsidiary businesses like Sembcorp Marine. But more recently, I read of analysts reports which expresses the possibility that there is synergy between the offshore branch of Keppel Corp and Sembcorp Marine. The analyst reports opined to the effect that Sembcorp Marine might be acquired by Keppel Corp for synergy in light of the current...

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High-Yielding Billionaire Stocks Extend Beyond the STI

Almost half of Singapore’s primary-listed stocks with a capitalisation greater than S$1.0 billion have dividend yields above 3%. This is a higher ratio than Asia Pacific and the United States, where around one-fifth of the same sized stocks maintain a yield of at least 3%. Within the STI, the 14 stocks that maintain a dividend yield above 3% averaged an 11% total return in the 2017 YTD. Beyond the STI, another 33 stocks, all with market capitalisation above S$1.0 billion and dividend yields above 3%, have averaged 15% gains. Of Singapore’s billionaire capitalisation stocks with 3%+ yields, the strongest...

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SINGTEL STOCK: WILL YOU BUY IT NOW?

Singtel stock recently went to a low of around $3.70 in May 2017 ever since the support of $3.88 was broken. It seemed that Singtel stock managed to find support at $3.70 level as its stock price inched slowly up to close at $3.81 today. As an added boost of confidence, Singtel CEO, Ms Chua Sock Koong bought 355,740 Singtel shares on 1 June 2017. Should Singtel stock continue to retrace up, I believe the previous support of $3.88 is easily attainable. The consensus target price of Singtel on SGX website is $4.22, which implies a potential upside of...

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Singapore Semiconductor Stocks Riding the Cyclical Upturn

Global semiconductor industry is in a cyclical up-cycle, driven by Internet of Things (IoT) and mobile devices. Strong growth in electronics and precision engineering clusters likely to provide support to Sinapore’s economy in 2017. The 12 semiconductor SGX-listed stocks, riding on the strong near-term momentum in the industry, generated an average total return of 65.7% in the year-to-date, bringing their one-year average total return to 115.6%. Singapore’s three largest semiconductor stocks are in net-cash positions, which ensures dividend payouts to their shareholders. Global Semiconductor Industry in Cyclical Up-Cycle Strong Near-Term Momentum Driven by Internet of Things (IoT) and Mobile...

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21 SG Stocks Feature in Regional Index built on ‘Quality Factors’

The SGX Developed Asia ex Japan Quality Index is made up of 60 stocks listed across Singapore, Hong Kong and South Korea. With constituents maintaining comparatively strong financials, the Index has generated more resilient long term returns than relative benchmarks. Financial metrics for Quality Factors include net profit margins, return on equity & invested capital, the degree of financial leverage and accrued income. Singapore’s stocks within the SGX Developed Asia ex Japan Quality Index have averaged a 10% YTD total return bringing their average annualised five year returns to 8%. As inferred by their Quality Index inclusion, the stocks...

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WHICH STOCKS TO BE PRIVATISED NEXT?

The news that M1’s three largest shareholders are reviewing their stakes in M1 has led to speculation on the possible privatization of M1 stock. M1 stock responded in return, soaring some 7.9% on 17 Mar 2017 before the trading halt of the stock. It was reported that talks of potential divestment of listed Telco firms has come as early as last year as the major Telco players brace themselves for the fourth Telco player into the stocks markets. Singtel and Starhub stocks also benefitted from the speculation, with each rallying last Friday. I believe the stocks markets are in...

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