Category: Singapore Stocks Investing

NO SIGNBOARD IPO STOCK



Dear readers, NO SIGNBOARD IPO is here! As the holdings limited, famous for its white pepper crab will be launching an IPO on SGX’s Catalist. According to news which I have read, the restaurant chain will aspire to replicate the success of the Jumbo Group, which as we investors known, has seen its stock price done very well indeed. Jumbo Group has some famous investors backing it including Temasek Holdings and founder of OSIM. Similarly, NO SIGNBOARD IPO has attracted some noteworthy investors, like Kenneth Goi of GSH Corp; David Lam, founder of Goodpack and as well as an asset management arm of JPMorgan Chase and Co. Read more »

HIGH DIVIDENDS BILLION-CAP STOCKS TRADING UNDERVALUED NOW

Dear readers, it has been some time since we take a look at some of the billion-cap stocks out there on the SGX which are trading at attractive valuations. Without further ado, let us take a look at Singapore stocks which are:

a) of minimum $1 billion in market capitalization each;

b) offers a dividend yield of more than 4% each; and

c) are undervalued (trading at Price-to-Book ratio of less than 1);
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LET US MAKE SMRT PUBLIC AGAIN!

SMRT

Dear readers, I have been following the parliamentary debate on the SMRT flooding episode. Indeed, as a daily commuter of SMRT’s train services, I am disappointed at the state of our rail system. Though much has been bantered that our rail system has been working for close to thirty years already, I don’t think we can make for a similar case for Hong Kong’s railway system which is going strong even after working for a long period of time. Hence the bottomline of this all drills down to how SMRT manages its rail business be it hardware or the software.
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WILL YOU HOLD A STOCK OF P/E=100?

singapore stocks

Dear readers, I was watching the MoneyMind show on 4 Nov 2017 which featured the finale of an investing competition. The judges were asking the contestants what their best investment strategy was; the contestant with the best answer would walk away with $10,000. One of the contestants revealed that he would hold a lot of cash in his portfolio. That prompted one of the judges to ask whether the contestant knows by holding cash, he would be like holding a stock of price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of 100 hence in this context whether he would like to hold cash?
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