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Share Price as of: 2020-01-28 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1J94892465
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Information Technology / Semiconductors & Semiconductor Equipment / Semiconductors and Semiconductor Equipment

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Dinesh Dayani
2020-01-04 19:54:31
10 Companies That Beat Singapore’s Benchmark Straits Times Index (STI) In 2019
The Straits Times Index (STI) comprises the 30 largest and most actively traded stocks in Singapore. They include well-known Singapore companies such DBS, SingTel, CapitaLand, Keppel Corp and Wilmar. This is why it is often used as the benchmark return for Singapore investors. Investors who are experienced or prefer to embark on active investment strategies will try to beat the benchmark returns, while new investors or those who prefer to embark on a passive investment strategy will try to match the benchmark return. The simplest way to match the benchmark return will typically invest in the STI exchange traded fund (ETF) – either the SPDR STI ETF or the Nikko AM Singapore STI ETF. Read Also: SPDR STI ETF VS Nikko AM Singapore STI ETF: What’s The Difference Between These 2 Straits Time
Dinesh Dayani
2019-12-08 10:11:40
4 Stocks This Week (Technology Stocks) [6 December 2019] – AEM; Hi-P; Procurri; UMS
When it comes to investing in technology stocks, the SGX may not be the first exchange that comes to mind when screening for exciting or suitable companies. While it may be true that the Facebooks and Alphabets, or the Alibabas and Tencents, may be listed in the US, Hong Kong and China, SGX still offers a compelling tech play – to invest in the companies that manufacture the hardware and semiconductors that the “tech giants” will use. On SGX’s StockFacts platform, we found that there were 70 companies listed under the Software and IT Services (17), Technology Equipment (46) and Telecommunications Services (7) sectors. 15 of these companies have a market capitalisation of over $100 million, and of these, the five best performers delivered an average total return of 77.7% in the y
Dinesh Dayani
2019-10-13 10:06:13
4 Stocks This Week (Best Yield Small Cap) [11 October 2019] – UMS; Valuetronics; QAF; Duty Free
When we invest in the stock market, we typically want to grow our wealth. This comes in two main ways – either in long-term price appreciation or receiving a dividend payout. According to SGX, analysts are recommending that investors include high-yielding and defensive stocks, on the back of increasing geopolitical uncertainty and slowing global growth. To find these companies, we can look at the FTSE ST Small Cap Index, which has a combined market capitalisation of $37 billion, and comprise 49 constituents, out of which 20 are REITs. The dividends these companies pay us can be used to provide added financial muscle in subsequent investments we make, give us the freedom of going on a holiday or making a luxury purchase for “free”, or even allow us to use for our living expenses if we
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Royston Yang
2019-09-01 11:17:18
5 Singapore Technology Stocks Yielding an Average of 6%
Information technology (IT) can be considered a sunrise industry as it offers great future prospects for enhancing our quality of life. The sector itself is large and varied, ranging from companies that manufacture components for the electronics industry to software companies that write programs for clients. SGX has recently highlighted the IT sector as the best-performing sector over first the seven months of 2019, generating a total return of 29.8%. With the ongoing trade dispute between the US and China, electronic manufacturers may witness higher costs seeping into their supply chains, while demand may also remain muted moving forward. However, I believe all these headwinds will eventually pass, and they are currently creating mouth-watering opportunities for long-term investors to pi
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Royston Yang
2019-08-27 11:39:43
Which Electronics Company Has the Strongest Margins?
Electronic companies can be great candidates for investment if they check all the right boxes, as the focus in the last few years has been on the technological advancements in computers and the internet. This has created a booming industry that has caused demand to surge for electronic components and parts. While some believe the industry remains inherently cyclical and is subject to sharp booms and busts, others feel the cycle has lengthened enough for most companies to be able to make consistent profits. A previous article of mine had questioned whether electronic companies’ businesses had peaked. Though it may seem that many companies in this industry have seen weakening revenue and profit numbers on a year-on-year basis, it still seems worthwhile for investors to sift out the st

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