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PERENNIAL REAL ESTATE HLDGSLTD (40S.SI) has been delisted with effect from 2020-09-14.

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Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2020-09-18 21:47:45
47 Undervalue SG Property Stocks for Privatization including Perennial (弱肉强食)
Perennial Real Estate Holdings (SGX: 40S) becomes the next target for privatization. However, not all the acquisition news is good for retail investors. In this article, Dr Tee will share the considerations by Big Boys or major shareholders to acquire or privatize a stock with Perennial as an example, with sharing of Reverse Takeover (RTO) stocks. You will learn the 47 undervalue Singapore property stocks which are profitable with over 50% price discount in asset value. Interestingly, Perennial started its property business in year 2014 through Reverse Takeover (RTO) of St. James Holdings (entertainment business) which IPO in 2008. RTO is a quick way of “IPO” by acquiring an existing company which could be different business nature. A more famous example would be RTO of Berkshi
SG ThumbTack Investor
2020-09-06 17:23:05
ThumbTack Fund Report 1 – Tough Times Don’t Last, But Tough Funds Do
In early Feb this year, I wrote that I’ve set up a new, much smaller fund to trial a highly concentrated approach with only 5 core holdings: TTI’s Top 5 Generals Since then, that’s really been my key focus and the past 7mths’ journey has been nothing short of volatile. This post would be basically the 1st report (generated by InteractiveBrokers) about the fund performance. Over time, I think this new fund and concentrated approach will be my key focus, and likely form the bulk of my portfolio in future. Macro View Having been cautious about this recovery, I’ve had a substantial part of my capital undeployed whilst the indices made new highs. The capital ain’t exactly doing nothing though, as I needed them to back up option positions so in a way, they a
Sim Kang Heong
2020-08-27 20:05:14
Singapore Employers’ Guide To Work Permits, S Pass and Employment Pass
This article was first published on 4 September 2018 and updated with tightened work pass requirements announced by the Ministry of Manpower. Hiring is one of the perennial challenges that companies both big and small face. In general, the Singapore government’s labour policy is for Singaporeans to have first dibs on the jobs available on the market, and then when not enough Singapore workers with the requisite skills are available or are willing to take up the jobs, to allow companies access to a global talent pool through hiring foreign workers. As such, there are very specific rules and regulations governing the hiring of foreign workers. Here’s an overview of the three broad types of passes that employers and hiring managers that could consider applying for. In view of con
Dinesh Dayani
2020-07-27 08:01:30
10 Companies That Beat The Straits Times Index (STI) In The First Half Of 2020
The first half of 2020 has seen heightened volatility in stock markets across the globe, mainly due to COVID-19 fears and its subsequent impact on businesses. Nevertheless, many uncertainties including the ongoing US-China trade war, Brexit, oil collapse as well as geopolitical tensions in the middle east continue to impact companies and the global economy. Straits Times Index’s Return In The First Half Of 2020 In Singapore, our benchmark Straits Times Index (STI) has dipped nearly 20% in that time. As we can see from the chart below, the STI dipped as much as 31% from the beginning of the year to its deepest trough in March 2020. It then staged a rebound, recovering over 25% by the middle of June. It has subsequently trended downwards by about 8% till today. Source: SGX This is not
The Fifth Person
Dean Goh
2020-06-21 22:10:16
8 things I learned from the 2020 Wilmar International AGM
Wilmar International is an integrated agribusiness company with business activities in oil palm cultivation, oil seed crushing, edible oils refining, sugar milling, manufacturing of consumer products, as well as flour and rice milling. Wilmar’s integrated agribusiness model encompasses the entire value chain of the agricultural commodity business including cultivating, processing, merchandising, and manufacturing a wide range of branded agricultural products. Source: Wilmar International 2019 annual report Since a fall in Wilmar’s share price due to the COVID crisis, it has rebounded by more than 30% from its March low to $3.82 today (as at 19 June 2020). I was curious whether COVID-19 had an impact on Wilmar’s business since it operates in the essential agri-busines
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Blade Knight
2019-06-20 21:08:08
Investment Portfolio Updates- 19 June 2019 (Market Rally In the Face of Imminent Global Recession?)
The see-saw ride in the global markets continues since my last portfolio update in April’19 with no clear end in sight. The US levying of tariffs on China and a swift retaliation from China leads to a tumbling of many blue-chip companies listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange. However, over the past 2 weeks, the market had rallied strongly despite weakening macroeconomic fundamentals. “Defensive stocks” such as Singtel and REITs have also seen their prices shooting up like a rocket. The surprising aspect of this is that while the Federal Reserve has given some indication of halting of interest rate increase, this does not mean cutting of interest rates but more of mere hinting. Still, the global market rally on optimism that interest rate cuts are definitely coming which will save th

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