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SGD 0.018
0.000 / 0.00%
Share Price as of: 2020-07-15 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: Catalist / SG1W52939285
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Consumer Discretionary / Retailing / Specialty Retail

The Fifth Person
Adam Wong
2020-04-09 21:34:12
5 steps to spot high-quality companies during the COVID-19 crash
By now, we’re all keenly aware that we’re in the midst of a health crisis that that has sent the stock market and economy into a tailspin. The COVID-19 pandemic is an event the global community has not faced since the 1918 flu pandemic. But while our nations are on lockdown, we know that in the depths of economic distress lie a once-in-a-decade opportunity to own some of the best companies in the world for your stock portfolio. “Every decade or so, dark clouds will fill the economic skies, and they will briefly rain gold. When downpours of that sort occur, it’s imperative that we rush outdoors carrying washtubs, not teaspoons. And that we will do.” – Warren Buffett Before you invest during this COVID-19 crash, it’s imperative that you take some time to
Kean Chan ~ Global Macro, Investing, Personal Development
Kean Chan
2020-03-15 18:04:34
Thoughts on the market selloff
While appreciating the tranquility of the forest beside a stream, the wise and veteran samurai tells the young warrior: ‘If you sit by the river long enough, the bodies of your enemies will float by’ I’ve long wondered what this quote meant, but I think I’ve finally figured it out. It is a quote about patience. It’s about taking comfort in the fact that as you train and prepare yourself for battle, your rivals will eventually die even if you do nothing, sitting by the river.  It simply means to be patient and focus on improving yourself day by day. The Scene by the River I felt compelled to come out from a hiatus of writing given the recent shocks in financial markets. If you’re reading this you’re probably already familiar with the recent events
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2020-03-08 22:06:15
SIA share price nearing 20-year low
What a perfect storm for SIA share price! Amid the coronavirus outbreak, SIA share price plunged to $8.00, a level not seen during the dark days of the Great Financial Crisis in 2009. To put things into perspective, even during the SARS in 2003, the lowest point for SIA share price was $8.30. And that was 2003. If you factor in the inflation rate, the present SIA price reflected how badly the national carrier had been hit by this black swan event. SIA share price in crisis mode SIA share price in moment of madness Will SIA share price plummet to $7.50, the level it was trading in 2001? That was the period when US suffered the 9/11 terrorism attacks. On the basis of the current run of SIA share price, it seems like so. The reason for the difference between 2003 and the current situation is
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2020-02-28 15:58:59
Gold price to hit USD2000 in 2020?
2020 is shaping up to be one of the most intriguing leap years in recent memory. We have major political upheaval in Malaysia with Dr Mahathir resigning as Malaysia Prime Minister abruptly. The US Presidential election will have a major influence on the financial market. Coronavirus emerged out of nowhere to wreck havocs in China. In view of these uncertainties, gold price had a good run. But whether this run is sustainable is a big question because the epicentre of the virus is China, the biggest importer of gold in the world. At the point of writing, there were about 2,700 deaths linked to the virus. The countries significantly affected by the virus outbreak are China, Japan, South Korea and Italy. Against this backdrop, global economic growth for 2020 is widely expected to slow down, fu
The Fifth Person
Royston Yang
2020-02-11 09:43:22
5 stock opportunities amidst the coronavirus outbreak
It’s been a chaotic and frantic four weeks as the world copes with a dangerous threat — a new type of pneumonia-causing coronavirus termed the ‘novel coronavirus’ that has sickened over 37,000 and killed more than 800 people, mostly in China, as at the time of writing. For those old enough to recall, Singapore experienced something similar back in 2003 during the SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) epidemic. As the situation is still evolving and fluid, no one knows what the eventual outcome and death toll will be for the coronavirus. If we use the timeline for SARS, the world managed to contain the outbreak in around 12-15 months. As the coronavirus outbreak was only discovered on 31 December 2019, it has not even been two full months since the outbreak, yet the d

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