Singtel closed -$0.03 to $3.02, the lowest close since Jun 2012. Based on Bloomberg, it is trading at approximately 5.9% estimated div yield. Ave analyst target is around $3.92. Hence total potential upside is around 35.7%. What has happened to Singtel which hit multi-year lows despite analysts’ buy calls? Is this a buying opportunity? Or is it a falling knife? Singtel – takeaways from some analyst reports The recent weakness in Singtel may be attributed to its challenging industry, especially when the industry faces new entrants in both Singapore and Australia. Although Singtel may lack near term catalysts, based […]
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Qns: Hi Mr Stockbroker, is it correct to do a Regular Saving Plan for stocks? I have been doing it for insurance, should I do the same for equities?Ans: I think one common misconception about investing is that you plough your salary into investment eve…
It is never too early nor too late to understand Financial Literacy. In fact, most parents wish to instill good financial habits in their child at an early age. However, finding ways to grasp their young child’s attention is difficult. Moreover, making them understand the importance of saving, budgeting, and spending with their $5 daily […]
We often hear investors cite P/E ratios when comparing stocks. Here’s what it means and how to make sense of it.
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Last month, 74.6 million shares were repurchased by 33 Singapore-listed companies for a total amount of S$174 million.
After leading DBS to achieve a record net profit of $1.52 billion for first-quarter 2018, CEO Piyush Gupta must be at a loss for words on the recent meltdown of DBS share price. From 30 April 2018 to 4 July, DBS share price plummeted from a record $31 to $26.38, a massive decline of 14.4%.
The sudden loss of form for DBS share price must have scared the living daylights out of shareholders. After all, DBS share price had been cruising along fine with its robust set of financial results. Nonetheless, the current performance of DBS share price is not reflective of underlying business fundamentals because as far as I understand, there are no business concerns for DBS at all. The culprit for the fall of DBS share price should be the work of the short-sellers.
Should shareholders run for their lives or keep faith with CEO Piyush Gupta?
Dance with the wolves
The current meltdown is one of the biggest declines in my recent memory of DBS share price. The last time that a correction of such magnitude was back in 2009, the dark days of the Great Financial Crisis. But hey, this is peace time we are talking …
SATS Ltd (SGX: S58) is a formidable stock that could be a keeper in your portfolio.
PropNex Limited is the latest stock initial public offering (IPO) on the Singapore Exchange. Shares of the home-grown real estate service group debuted at 68.5 cents on Monday and rose as high as 22% in its first day of trading before closing at 71.5 cents. The 2.125 million shares offered for public subscription was subscribed […]
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This article looks at Jardine Strategic Holdings Limited’s (SGX: J37) performance in 2017 and its business outlook going forward.
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