Inflation numbers from Japan, teh EU, the UK and Malaysia and interest-rate decisions from Japan and Thailand are some of next week’s highlights.
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When you think “retirement”, do you imagine travelling the world, cruising on your own yacht, and being surrounded by Playboy bunnies/boy toys? Sorry, but retirement in Singapore isn’t quite as…
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Recently, we suddenly start realising that upon reaching the end of our HDB 99-year lease, we are all going to lose our homes – the HDB goes back to the government and we are not going to be getting any money back.Suddenly, HDB feels like a rented apar…
In the good old days, it was considered to be prestigious for a listed company to join the Straits Times Index (STI). It still is. But nowadays, it seems that being in the local benchmark index carries the unwelcome added risk of being prime target for short-selling attacks. Many components of STI had a torrid run so far this year. ThaiBev share price is no exception.
But is short-selling attacks the real culprit for the devastating fall of ThaiBev share price? I honestly doubt so.
In this article, I will share my perspective on the key reason behind the meltdown of ThaiBev share price and also explain why the current price level may represent a good window of opportunity for investors to accumulate ThaiBev shares on the cheap.
Currently trading at dividend yield of 4.12% and Price/Book Value of 3.03, ThaiBev share price may seem attractive for investors seeking yield. But then again, I view ThaiBev more of a growth stock, rather than a dividend counter. In this regard, I feel investors should have a strategy of setting the appropriate entry level and aim instead for capital appreciation.
The message I am putting across is that there would be pocket …
Answering important questions on how risky Dairy Farm International Holdings Ltd’s (SGX:D01) shares may be by studying its business fundamentals.
With the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) hitting a one-and-a-half year low this week, is it cheap?
TDSR, which stands for Total Debt Servicing Ratio, is a way for the Singaporean government to keep checks and balances on Singaporean borrowers. I guess it’s always a risk letting…
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Singapore is a great place for income investors. Relatively high yields and a tax-free environment can make investing in dividend stocks a financially rewarding and safe strategy.
Although you might think that Millennials are just beginning to make their mark in their respective industries, most of them have actually been in the workforce for a while. According to the Pew Research Centre, “anyone born between 1981 and 1996 (ages 22 to 37 in 2018) will be considered a Millennial”. Still, generations before […]
Sheng Siong Group Ltd’s (SGX: OV8) share price has risen 25% since the turn of the year. Despite the numerous reasons to be optimistic, investors should also be aware of the potential risks and challenges ahead for the company.