Author: Singapore Stocks Investing
Dear readers, I came across the video below and would like to share this video with All of you! Enjoy!Read more »
Dear readers, the ongoing trade war, trade rhetoric between the United States and China has not always dampened investors’ sentiments since the Singapore stocks markets and US stocks markets managed to chalk up some gains in the recent trading sessions. This has led investors to question as to whether the global stocks markets have bottomed out and whether this could be a golden opportunity to snap up some good stocks at discounted prices? Read more »
Dear readers, the Singapore Stocks markets have corrected for quite some time and it is hence not surprising. And with most of the Singapore stocks trending down, are there any good stocks which one could potentially consider a “Buy” at the discounted prices now? Read more »
Dear readers, amidst the ongoing stocks markets volatilies, is there value to be looked at from the large cap billion-cap stocks plays? Well, different investors have different criteria of “value”. What about undervalued billion-cap stocks trading at their 52-weeks low? The list below contains 19 billion-cap stocks trading at less than the Price-to-Book ratio of less than 1 (undervalue) and at no more than 5% from their 52-weeks lows as shown in the % figure beside the name of the stocks.
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Many are aware that the stocks markets are now not doing well. For others, they think the markets are now heading into what they believe to be a global stocks markets and economic collapse! Let us watch the video below and see what insights we can get from this video, apart from the daily news!
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Dear readers, in this post, I will list the top 50 stocks on SGX which are worth at least 50% discount off their book value. Meaning to say that each of the stocks on this list has a Price-to-Book ratio of less than 0.50. And that means should an investor buy the stock, he is actually paying for no more than 50% of the stock’s book value per share. Read more »