Category: Singapore Stocks Investing

DOES THIS STOCK STILL HAVE MULTI-BAGGING POTENTIAL?

Accrelist stock

Dear readers, on 5 Dec 2017, Accrelist stock topped the most active stock on SGX as the stock went around 29% down on high volumes to close at $0.005, down from the previous price of $0.007. If you remember, Accrelist stock, the former name of which is called WE Holdings has been on the radar of Singapore Stocks Investing ever since noticing that the largest stakeholder and Executive Chairman of Accrelist, Mr Terence Tea has been buying the shares of the company on a very regular basis. And there can only be one conclusion from this: that the Executive Chairman himself is bullish of the company. Read more »

ARE THESE THREE STOCKS THE STRONGEST SGX STOCKS TO INVEST NOW?

Dear readers, do you wonder whether there are stocks on the SGX which has revenue growth of more than 10% not only in the past fiscal year but also in the past three year as well as in the previous five years? I have cited these three periods together with a good percentage of growth 10% in each of these periods to identify stocks which show consistency in growing revenues. And what if you add in the criteria that the net profit margin of the company behind the stock in the past fiscal year must be positive along with the criteria that the stock must pay at least a 4% dividend yield?
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IS IT A GOOD TIME TO BUY THIS BLUE-CHIP STOCK NOW?

ST Engineering stock

Dear readers, yesterday I highlighted one oversold blue-chip STI stock. It is none other than ST Engineering stock. ST Engineering stock which closed at $3.25 yesterday is currently oversold and its price has reached a price last seen in Feb 2017. Before you think it’s a good entry point now to enter into ST Engineering, let us review the fundamentals of this stock. Read more »

DO YOU KNOW THESE 12 SGX STOCKS ARE AT 52-WEEKS LOWS?

Singapore stocks

Dear readers, though the STI as a barometer of Singapore stocks may be showing a good reading for year 2017 to date, on the ground, it is a mixed results for Singapore stocks across the board. Some of the bigger winners this year are bank but for smaller-cap stocks as well as some other larger-cap stocks, they find themselves at the south end of the scale. Below are 12 SGX stocks which are trading at 52-weeks low. Are these stocks discount players now at these prices or value traps? I believe only a thorough research could suss out the longer-term investment plays from this lot.
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