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6 things I learned from the 2021 Nestlé Malaysia AGM

Nestlé (Malaysia) Berhad has an almost fortress-like moat. It is a brand that consumers trust unless they lose their Halal certification which is unlikely. They also sell a wide variety of products ranging from dairy and coffee to confectionery and ice-cream. Their products are almost available anywhere across cities and towns in Malaysia. This reflects …

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ThumbTack Fund – New No.1 General

Broadcom (AVGO) has been occupying the top general spot since inception, sitting pretty at the top for the past 14 months. During my last update, the 5 “generals” list is: TTI’s 5 Generals Broadcom (AVGO) Alibaba Group (BABA, 9988) Rocket Companies (RKT) Pershing Square Tontine Holdings (PSTH) Still interviewing applicants Over the past 3 weeks […]

Money and Me: An overview of the REIT performance

14 Jun 2021  Money and Me: An overview of the REIT performance On Money and Me, Michelle Martin is joined by Kenny Loh, REIT Specialist and Independent Financial Advisor to discuss an overview of the REIT performance to date, some of the best performing and worst performing REITs, and City Developments Limited application for an initial public […]

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China Aoyuan – a potential value play? (15 Jun 21)

Dear all Against the backdrop of rising inflation, some market strategists have recommended “additional urgency” to rotate from technology plays to “old economy value stocks” to hedge against potential inflation pressures (as they believe such inflation pressures are not transitory). A stock that may tick all the right boxes may be China Aoyuan (“Aoyuan”) (3883.HK). It belongs to the old economy stocks (i.e. property sector which may be a hedge against inflation) and seems to be a value play, given that it trades at HKD7.01 on 15 Jun 21.   Who is Aoyuan? Quoting from a report by DBS Research […]

Sembcorp Industries share price in India nightmare

LIFETIME MEMBERSHIP My last coverage on Sembcorp Industries share price was in February 2021. That was before the devastating second wave of COVID-19 infections took place in India. With a significant business exposure in India, what would be the impact levied on Sembcorp Industries share price? So far, the management had updated that its assets in Myanmar continued to be in operations despite the civil unrest. But there were no updates on the situation in India. On this note, investors have every reason to be concerned about Sembcorp’s India operations.

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Sembcorp Industries share price

Given the situation in India, there are plenty of uncertainties for Sembcorp Industries share price. It doesn’t help that there are no business updates for the 1st quarter financial performance. The Group is not required to file quarterly results as SGX had ceased the quarterly financial reporting requirement. Without clarity on this significant downside risk, investors are left wondering how Sembcorp Industries will fare in the upcoming 1HFY2021 financial result.

Through Sembcorp Energy India Ltd (SEIL), Sembcorp Industries has $1.57 billion worth of ownership interest in India. SEIL has wind, solar and thermal power assets …

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