Category: Singapore Stocks Investing
Dear readers, on 26 July 2017, the CEO of ACCRELIST bought 5,772,100 of his company’s shares. As I have earlier shared in this blog, Mr Terence Tea, CEO of Accrelist has been regularly buying his company’s own stocks. After the most recent above transaction, Mr Tea has now a 21.36% interest in his own company’s stocks. Read more »
Yesterday, Japfa stock retreated by around 18.66% to close the trading day at $0.54 on large trading volumes. The stock is now Oversold in terms of RSI. I was vested in this counter some time ago and profited by selling higher when I looked at how la…
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Dear readers, yesterday, ultra-penny stock, LionGold stock topped the 20% gainer stocks. And another gold-related stock, Wilton Resources also made it as one of the top gainers on Singapore bourse, rising by 8.333%. While this may make some investors think that there is rising interest in gold stocks, let us remember that the US Federal Reserves will meet soon with the wide consensus that the Fed is widely expected not to change interest rates. I believe the performance of the stock gold-centric stocks are more speculative. And in actual fact, gold should be viewed as less attractive if the inflation rates forecast are good (which means economies are good and hence less the need to hedge financial risks).
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Recently, I watched a show on TV (you can watch the archived web version below) which shows how expensive property prices in Hong Kong can be. In Hong Kong, one can expect to work for up to 25 years before owning a home (link)
One of those interviewed in the video opined that property prices are very high in Hong Kong as a result of a group in Hong Kong who view properties as investments and amass properties for such purposes against the backdrop of little supplies of housing by the government.
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