Category: Singapore Stocks Investing

LOOK WHAT THIS STOCK HAS DONE!

Moya Asia stock

Yesterday (5 Jul 2017), Moya Asia stock rallied by an impressive 6% to reach a close of $0.106. And what is equally impressive is that the rally is on high volume. In my earlier posts, I have shared that the support of Moya Asia stock is at $0.098/$0.099 and true enough, Moya Asia stock consolidated at this level and before anyone could know it, this stock just rallied by 6% to reach at $0.106! Read more »

SHOULD RETAILS INVESTORS ACT LIKE BIG BROTHERS?

singapore stocks

Dear readers, there was a recent piece of article by Kishore Mahbubani which struck a little controversy by the message which some interpreted as “Small states should act like small states”. Actually, this whole issue is just about small states having to be prudent when it comes to interacting with the larger states while standing one’s ground. Read more »

WILL YOU BUY THIS MID-CAP DIVIDEND STOCK AT 52-WEEKS LOW?

Duty Free International stockDear readers, Duty Free International Limited currently trades at $0.34, just around 3% from its 52-weeks low of $0.33. Duty Free International is a dividends stock, having a steady track record of annual dividends. The current dividends yield of Duty Free International works out to 7.35%. Financially, Duty Free stock boasts a Return-on-Equity of more than 15%, and a profit margin of 11.50%.
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TOM K: MY WORK, MY INVESTING

Singapore stocks

Dear readers, I have been working non-stop over work. If you ask me how work could change a person, I would say hair loss, big belly, coffee and ageing. First, hair loss due to lots of stress over work timelines. Second, big belly due to sitting behind a computer and attending long hours of meetings (which do not necessarily are productive). Big belly from going home late at night when the only viable options are fast food restaurants. Thirdly, coffee, I have drink lots of it, increasing my uptake and especially drink very strong coffee to enhance my work performance when it comes to important assignment. And last but not least, ageing. Ageing due to late nights of sleep, not from blogging here on Singapore Stocks Investing, but working late at night on work assignments. Read more »

THIS DIVIDENDS, BILLION-CAPS SINGAPORE STOCK IS AT 52-WEEKS LOW

Dear readers, currently, ComfortDelgro stock is trading at $2.30, its 52-weeks low. Based on its RSI, the stock is currently oversold. Fundamentals-wise, ComfortDelgro is trading at 4.48% dividends yield, with a Price-to-Book ratio of 1.9 and a Price-to-Earnings ratio of 15.232. The consensus price on the SGX website for ComfortDelgro stock is $2.82, suggesting a more than 20% potential capital return. Read more »