SGX Listed Stock

CSE GLOBAL LTD (SGX:544)


SGD 0.460
+0.005 / +1.10%
Share Price as of: 2020-07-14 09:58
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1G47869290
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Information Technology / Software & Services / IT Services


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SIAS
sias
2020-04-15 18:01:30
CSE Global Charts Expansion Roadmap
  Systematic and detail-oriented by nature, Lim Boon Kheng appears to have found his calling in building enterprises. “My passion has always been to take a home-grown business and develop it into a multi-national company of decent size, with diversified revenues and good cashflows – one that can be sustained for many years,” the Chief Executive Officer of SGX-listed IT systems integrator CSE Global Ltd said with a smile. “CSE started as a Singapore company. Our goal is to continue growing as a global organisation with predominantly non-Singapore revenue streams,” Lim added. “I’m the third CEO of this organisation, and after me, there will be a fourth, fifth, or sixth. What’s important is to lay the right foundation during my time so tha
Sillyinvestor
Unknown
2020-03-13 20:24:46
Random thoughts: How are you coping with the bear?
The bear market has brought intense reactions. Everyone has different plans or coping mechanisms.My friend ask for divine advice. I am not kidding. The advice he got is stay out of the market for the time being. That is when I started buying when STI is at 3000. The way I see it, there are a few ways.1) Exit to a level of comfort, taking some loss if necessary and stay out of the market 2) Accumulate at various points and continue buying3) Short the market4) Rotate your holdings, buy and sell at the same time and liquid some bonds (if u have)5) Look at signals (whatever sect u below) and trade in and out of marketIf u have a different option that I have not heard of, please leave a comment below.The point I am trying to make is, no matter which path u take, u will most probably b
Lizardo Realm (Investment)
Lizardo
2020-03-09 21:22:42
A sea of red as the bear awakens from hibernation
A sea of red once again. It's not every day that we see stocks like CSE Global dropping 13%, or the likes of OCBC, SATS and QAF by more than 6% IN A SINGLE DAY?STI is now at 2782, a far cry from 3,300 plus at a recent peak.For somebody holding a portfolio of $10,000, a 20% drop is $2,000 difference.  If you have a portfolio of $1,000,000, that 20% is $200,000. 100x difference. Bearable?Now's where the rubber hit the tarmac. For those who say they can tolerate a 40% drop and will not sell down in panic, here's validation time.What's your reaction like so far?  Are you flinching yet?  A twitch maybe?And by the way, it's tax season. Have you filed your Income Tax yet?
Profit Hunting
BlackCat
2019-11-08 20:19:30
Bought CSE Global, Gazprom and a European Bank
Made three trades in the past month.Bought CSE Global at 46c.  They are a technology company, primarily servicing the oil and gas sector and secondarily, government infrastructure.  Most of their work is project based - they talk about recurring income, but I'm not sure how 'recurring' it really is.  I bought because it was fairly cheap and it 5% yield is probably sustainable.  I can collect it while I wait for oil sentiment to improve.  Key numbers to watch are its order book, and receivables (they had a big problem with them in mid-2017).  Its 2% of my portfolio, due to its lumpy (project based) earnings.Bought Gazprom at USD 6.91, a Russian gas giant supplying Europe and China.  It was cheap, paying a 7 percent yield (before 10% Russian withholding tax





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