Category: Singapore Stocks Investing

WOULD THIS BLUE-CHIP STOCK BE PRIVATISED IN YEAR 2018?

Dear readers, in the recent weeks, we had quite a number of IPOs than privatizations and M&A deals on the Singapore stocks markets. This could only be healthy for the Singapore stocks markets. Moving on to year 2018, I believe possible privatization targets are still interesting to investors since they could be a way to profits as exit offer in generally would always be priced at a premium over current valuation. Hence it is not surprising that when sussing out possible stocks buys for year 2018, some investors are also looking at possible privatisaton targets. Read more »

DBS’ TOP 15 SINGAPORE STOCKS PICK FOR YEAR 2018

Singapore stocks 2018

Dear readers, as we near the close of yet another trading year, there are more and more analysts giving their recommendations for selected Singapore stocks for Year 2018. In this post, we look at the top 15 Singapore stocks picks by DBS Group Research.

The top 15 stocks are:

1) City Development

2) Genting Singapore

3) OCBC

4) Sembcorp Marine

5) Singtel

6) Thai Beverages

7) UOB

8) UOL Group
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FOUR STOCKS YOU MAY WANT TO BUY IN 2018

Stocks to Buy for Year 2018

Dear readers, as shared in yesterday’s post, I would be doing a series of posts highlighting what are the recommended buys for the upcoming year. With STI already at highs, I am curious as to what basis financial personnel here recommend certain stocks for the next year. And I am even more curious to know what are the exact names of these stocks.
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THREE UNDERVALUED STOCKS TO BUY FOR 2018 (BY DBS & RHB)?

stocks to buy for 2018

Dear readers, how time flies; it is December once again. Whenever we are into this month of the year, it is not just a time for reflection but also a time to look forward for the new year. With that, I am pleased to announce that I will be starting once again (on a yearly basis) the highly-anticipative series of posts on what stocks to buy or invest for year 2018 based on what financial analysts are recommending. Please note that these posts are just a guide and should not be relied on for your investing decision. Read more »