Dear readers, Singtel stock is currently trading at $3.41 per share. Recently, six analysts have published their analyst reports on Singtel stock and five of the analysts are recommending a “Buy” or “Add” rating with only May Bank Kim Eng giving a “Hold” rating with a target price of $3.57 (i.e. 4.7% upside).Read more »
Category: Singapore Stocks Investing
Dear readers, Phillip Securities has released a “Buy” call for one stock with a potential upside of over 50%! As usual, for myself, when it comes to analysts reports, I will always read it with the view that it will supplement my own due diligence carried out in any stock I am interested to invest in. Read more »
Dear readers, let us watch what the analyst has to say about crude palm oil prices before you invest in your next energy stocks.Read more »
Dear readers, it has been a long time since I last shared with readers on my reading of the stocks markets.
My current take on the stocks markets is that beside some uptick in oil prices, there are not many positive catalysts on the macro front to drive the markets higher. Against this backdrop, company-specific earnings reports will continue to drive the prices of some stocks though eventually the effects arising from any good earnings reports will still take cue from the broader markets. Read more »
Dear readers, let us have a listen to what The Edge Singapore has to say about investing in Singapore stocks post Malaysia’s General Election!Read more »
Dear readers, UOB Kay Hian has just released a “Buy” call on one stock with a target price of $0.365. Based on the stock’s closing price yesterday of $0.22, the “Buy” call translates to a whopping upside of 65.9%!
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Dear readers, MayBank Kim Eng has released a “Buy” call on one stock, with a potential upside of 26.2%. Read more »
Dear readers, many of us would like to invest in companies which have a net profit margin, don’t we. Below are the top ten stocks with the highest net profits margin on SGX in the order of (name of stock), followed by (net profit margin % in the last fiscal year). Read more »