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It’s easy to panic when the markets are falling. But it is crucial that we keep a level keel – otherwise we’ll commit unnecessary investing mistakes.
13 Exotic Long-Haul Destinations Singaporeans Can Go on Budget Airlines like Scoot, Jetstar and AirAsia
It just keeps getting easier and cheaper for Singaporeans to escape, uh, take a holiday from their hectic lives. Not only does a strong Singapore Dollar make everything abroad much…
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The naysayers at the International Monetary Fund are having a field day. They have issued two warnings in the space of just 24 hours. In its first warning, they downgraded their world growth forecast for the rest of this year and for 2019, too. It has been cut from 3.9% to 3.7%. The IMF blamed […]
Yeah, I know, the title’s a bit click-baitish. But nope, sorry to disappoint, but there’s nothing to announce with regards to a potential new member to the 15HWW household (at least not yet). What’s happening though is that both the…
AEM Holdings Ltd’s (SGX: AWX) share price has been hammered to below S$1. Is there an investment opportunity?
What a year it has been for the Singapore telecom industry. The crazy competition has seen StarHub retrenching 300 staff while M1 is the subject of buyout offer by Keppel and SPH. Despite the extensive shake-up in the local telecom industry, leading player SingTel stands tall against the relentless waves of changes. SingTel share price also remains resilient in the face of the unprecedented disruptions that had impacted StarHub and M1. With 735 million mobile customers in 21 countries, SingTel’s investment moat is indeed unassailable.
Investors would note that SingTel share price has been bearish in recent months. However, the recent M1 general offer had led to a mini recovery for SingTel share price because many observers to think that the industry consolidation would benefit SingTel. But investors should not rejoice as a looming nightmare unfolds. As a matter of fact, the key battles to be fought for SingTel are in overseas markets, and not in Singapore.
In July, I wrote in the article “SingTel share price destined to collapse after ex-dividend day?”, that the sluggish performance of SingTel share price is due to seasonal trend but I anticipate a rough ride for this Singapore blue chip because …
Kyith: I wrote this article probably 4 years ago in Aug 2014, when the market was a little volatile and that readers require some guidance. Since this week there are some volatility in the markets, I thought I will let you guys read this again. The last segment contains some rule of thumb for buying. […]
Dear readers, if you have been following Singapore Stocks Investing, you would have known that one of the things I like to talk about on this blog is how one could contribute to help the needy and to good community causes.
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