Category: Singapore Stocks Investing
Dear readers, there are currently seven stocks which offer more than 10% dividends yields. Without further ado, let us look at the names of these stocks and the dividends yield they offer:
1) Broadway Industrial Group Limited 65.38%
2) Global Testing Corporation Limited 18.06%
3) Hi-P International Limited 14.04%
4) Falcon Energy Group Limited 13.83%Read more »
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It was yet another busy day for me yesterday as I only managed to read the news for the day after work. The moment I read the news that China has crackdown on MLMs and Pyramids, there is only one Singapore stock that comes to my mind. Yes, Best World International. I quickly went to SGX to see how the performance of Best World International stock yesterday. My conjecture proved correct: Best World International stock went south by about 12% yesterday. Read more »
Dear readers, in this post, I share a video by a top analyst which discusses the following stocks:
1) Ho Bee Land
2) Banyan Tree Holdings
3) City Developments
4) UOL Group
5) Chip Eng Seng
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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 LtdRead more »
In the financial market it’s hard to become successful if you don’t have the proper understanding, so, do you think that Singaporean traders have the understanding? Of course, they are successful due to their understanding of the market. When the trader enters and exits a trade it is known as Contract for Difference. It is an instrument which is used to trade the underlying asset. There is no actual ownership of the underlying asset but the profits and losses are realized when the asset price is moved. This contract will be between the broker and the client and as novice traders; you should focus more on it. With the improvement in trading CFD, the market has widened and there are numerous advantages as well. In this article, you will be able to learn more about CFD.
The strategy used by novice traders
Due to the simplicity, many novice traders use the RSI strategy. The market strength can be found by using the RSI strategy especially, it is used in order to find the bearish and bullish market. The positions of buy and sell will be based on the lines and the points on it. As the novice traders, it’s your duty to understand the RSI strategy by researching it more since it will help you to become a successful CFD trader.
The leverage benefit
There are differences between the CFD leverage and traditional leverage so it’s essential to learn it. The 2% margin requirement is the lowest percentage in the CFD market and it starts from this 2% .The margin requirement will vary depending on the asset such as assets, commodities, and etc. you will gain greater returns when the margin requirement is lower. You should keep in mind that increased leverage is a risk which you should bear.
Dear readers, overall, year-to-date, we have a good run in Singapore equities, which I think parallels that for global equities. Apart from equities, we are also having a good showing in our Singapore dollar with the USD/SGD now at 1.36. Though this good forex for Singapore dollar is in part due to the performance of the USD dollar, overall, it is really true that the Singapore Dollar is really strong.
Dear readers, Snap Inc, the company behind Snapchat saw its stock (NYSE: SNAP) headed south by 14.09% on Friday 11 Aug 2017 to reach a close of USD 11.83. Compare this price with its IPO price of USD 17 and we can see that this current price is really a 30% discount off its IPO price. SNAP even traded at a high of around USD 27 before. I could still remember reading that there was some kind of excitement over this tech stock when it debut on IPO but now we know that this IPO might have really snapped if its price does not go back north.Read more »