SGX Listed Stock

AEM HOLDINGS LTD (SGX:AWX)


SGD 0.935
+0.010 / +1.08%
Share Price as of: 2018-11-15 17:06
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1BA1000003
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Information Technology / Semiconductors & Semiconductor Equipment / Semiconductors and Semiconductor Equipment


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The Motley Fool Singapore
Jeremy Chia
2018-11-08 09:46:26
2 Companies Trading Well Below Their 52-Week Highs
Last month, the market saw a major sell-off as US market participants reacted to the International Monetary Fund cutting its forecast on global growth. The broad-based S&P 500 index plummeted more than 3% in a single trading session on Wednesday, 10 October. Closer to home, Asian market followed suit the very next day with the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) down more than 2%. However, instead of seeing this as bad for market participants, long-term investors who are on the lookout for bargains can make use of the pessimistic market sentiment to pick up stocks on the cheap. Here are two stocks trading well below their respective 52-week highs that could make great investments for the long run. AEM Holdings Ltd  (SGX: AWX) is perhaps one of the most volatile stocks on the market. The
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Sudhan P.
2018-11-02 16:56:26
20 Best Shares For November 2018 and Beyond: A Behind-The-Scenes Look
Recently, I shared 20 shares that could outperform the Singapore stock market for this month and beyond. The stocks were selected using the Magic Formula investing strategy that was popularised by investor and author, Joel Greenblatt. The top five stocks shown in that article were: 1) Noble Group Limited (SGX:CGP) 2) Lung Kee (Bermuda) Holdings Limited (SGX: L09) (SEHK: 255) 3) AEM Holdings Ltd  (SGX:AWX) 4) Delong Holdings Limited (SGX:BQO) 5) Aspen (Group) Holdings Limited (SGX:1F3) The strategy behind the Magic Formula is to pick the stocks with the highest quality (the ones with the highest returns on invested capital) at the lowest price (the ones with the highest earnings yield). For an in-depth discussion on what goes into the Magic Formula, you can head to my colleague Chong S
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Sudhan P.
2018-11-01 16:55:27
The 20 Best Singapore Shares to Own For November 2018 and Beyond
From its peak in early May 2018, the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) has fallen by some 17%. Even though the stock market has been jittery of late, some stocks could go on to beat the market. Using data from S&P Global Market Intelligence and the Magic Formula investing strategy developed by investor Joel Greenblatt, I found some of the best Singapore-listed stocks for November that could go on to do well. The basic premise of the Magic Formula is to first find a list of the best shares in the market as ranked by their cheapness and their quality, then buy that list of shares and hold them for a year, before repeating the ranking process. For a deeper understanding of how the formula works, here’s an article explaining the strategy. With that, here are the top 20 stocks in Sin
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Sudhan P.
2018-10-11 08:30:25
1 Stock Under S$1
The Singapore penny stock crash of 2013 may still be etched in investors’ minds. But, shares selling for below S$1 each may still make good investments too, provided they have strong business fundamentals. There is one company with a share price of less than S$1 that investors can consider for their portfolio right now. And that company is AEM Holdings Ltd (SGX: AWX). As a quick background, AEM provides handling and test solutions for customers who produce microprocessors, high-speed communications, Internet of Things devices, and solar cells. Financial performance From 2013 to 2017, AEM’s revenue and net profit have both grown at a fast pace. The top line rose 48.5% annually during the time frame, while the bottom line reversed from losses in both 2013 and 2014. For the first half of
The Motley Fool Singapore
Sudhan P.
2018-10-03 13:26:20
How You Can Ride on the Semiconductor Market’s Growth
Demand in the semiconductor market can be volatile over the short-term. According to the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics, the worldwide semiconductor market rose 21.6% in 2017. In 2018, however, growth is forecast to slow down to 15.7%. Such cyclicality is normal for the semiconductor industry. Investors who are investing in semiconductor-related stocks should look at the long-term trends instead. Investors can learn about growth trends in the industry by looking at large semiconductor manufacturers. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited, or TSMC, is the world’s largest dedicated semiconductor foundry. I recently looked at what the company had to say about the semiconductor industry’s growth in its 2018 second-quarter earnings conference call transcript. TSMC
The Motley Fool Singapore
Sudhan P.
2018-10-02 14:56:37
15 Best Shares in October 2018 and Beyond: A Behind-The-Scenes Look
Yesterday, I shared 15 shares that could outperform the Singapore stock market over the next 12 months and beyond. The stocks were selected using the Magic Formula investing strategy that was popularised by investor Joel Greenblatt in his book, The Little Book That Beats The Market. The top five stocks — according to the Magic Formula — that were mentioned in my earlier article were: 1. Noble Group Limited  (SGX:CGP) 2. Lung Kee (Bermuda) Holdings Limited (SGX:L09) (SEHK:255) 3. Delong Holdings Limited  (SGX:BQO) 4. AEM Holdings Ltd  (SGX:AWX) 5. China Sunsine Chemical Holdings Ltd  (SGX:CH8) The strategy behind the Magic Formula is to pick the stocks with the highest quality (the ones with the highest returns on invested capital) at the lowest price (the ones with the hig
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Sudhan P.
2018-10-02 14:02:24
15 Singapore Shares That Could Go on to Crush the Market in October 2018 and Beyond
Year-to-date, the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) is down by around 4%. Even though the stock market has not been doing well, some stocks have soundly beaten the market. Take, for example, Delong Holdings Limited (SGX: BQO). Since the start of 2018, Delong Holdings’ share price has surged by more than 160% to close at S$6.95 on Friday, 28 September. The steelmaker was in the news recently as its chief executive and executive chairman, Ding Liguo, has launched a privatisation bid with a voluntary conditional cash offer of S$7.00 per share. Coincidentally, Delong was also featured as the second-best stock in my colleague Chong Ser Jing’s article, The 30 Best Stocks In Singapore For 2018. In his article, which was published in January 2018, Ser Jing shared 30 Singapore stocks t
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Sudhan P.
2018-09-25 16:51:05
1 Timeless Investing Lesson from Singapore’s 15 Best-Performing Shares Over the Past Decade
Benjamin Graham, who was Warren Buffett’s mentor, once said: “In the short run, the market is a voting machine but in the long run, it is a weighing machine.” What Graham meant is that in the short-term (days and months), stocks can fluctuate wildly. But in the long-term, companies with strong earnings tend to do better than those without. The best shares of the decade Over the past 10 years, the 15 best-performing stocks in Singapore’s market are: 1. AEM Holdings Ltd (SGX:AWX); 2. Best World International Limited (SGX:CGN); 3. BreadTalk Group Limited (SGX:CTN); 4. CITIC Envirotech Ltd (SGX:CEE); 5. Straco Corporation Limited (SGX:S85); 6. UMS Holdings Limited (SGX:558); 7. Tianjin Zhong Xin Pharmaceutical Group Corporation Limited (SGX:T14); 8. China Sunsine Chemical Holding
The Motley Fool Singapore
Sudhan P.
2018-08-27 10:33:16
3 Companies Dishing Out Dividends This Week
In the next couple of days, there will be a number of companies going ex-dividend. In other words, you need to own them before a particular date in order to receive their dividends. Let’s take a look at three of them randomly. Tuesday, 28 August 2018 Stamford Land Corporation Ltd (SGX: H07) is going ex-dividend on Tuesday. The company is Australasia’s largest independent owner and operator of luxury hotels. It owns a portfolio of prime hotels and investment properties in Australia and New Zealand. Stamford Land is dishing out 1.0 Singapore cent per share for its fourth quarter of 2018. For the full year ended 31 March 2018, the company’s revenue grew 44.1% year-on-year to S$453.3 million, mainly on the back of higher revenue from property development. Meanwhile, its net profit surged
ccloh Strategic Investor Zone
ccloh
2018-08-25 18:08:38
Technology Stock Rally ? (2)
Continued from Technology Stock Rally ?Of the 6, Valuetronics is the strongest followed by Sunningdale Tech in term of bullishness.  The weakest UMS.  The rest I should say is a 50-50 case that they will turn bullish.That the last statement from the analysis done 1 week ago.  Let see how they turned out 1 week later.AEMIt didn't turn bullish but instead getting more bearish.  The rise finally stop not even touching bottom of the cloud.  The Tenkan line also failed to turn up and cut up the Kijun line.  The short-term GMMA did compress but failed to cut up the expanded downtrend long-term GMMA.  Not a single bullish sign was observed.Hi-PSimilar situation as AEM and in fact a little bit weaker than AEM as the short-term GMMA now look appears to be expandin
ccloh Strategic Investor Zone
ccloh
2018-08-19 18:19:39
Technology Stock Rally ?
Past few days technology related stocks rebounded and outperformed the STI index, this has given people the impression that they are rally.  Now are they really rally or just a rebound from oversold ?  After looking at several of those stocks, I found mixed findings.  The TA tools I'm analyzing are Ichimoku and GMMA.  Main tool will be Ichimoku and GMMA is used to confirm the trend.  Elliott Wave is not used as not all stocks follow Elliott Wave.In Ichimoku, a bullish is defined by the following conditions :-1. Tenkan (Conversion) line cut above Kijun (Base) line2. Senkou A cloud is above the Senkou B cloud3. Both Tenkan and Kijun lines are above the Senkou (cloud)Failing to meet all the above 3 conditions have to be very careful and it may just hit resistance and
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Lionel Loi
2018-08-19 09:56:09
4 Stocks This Week (Manufacturing) [17 August 2018] AEM; Hong Leong Asia.; Memtech; Yangzijiang 
On Monday, the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) released its economic survey for Q2 2018, announcing that it would maintain its forecast that Singapore’s GDP will grow between 2.5% to 3.5% for 2018. MTI reported that Singapore’s GDP grew 3.9% year-on-year for Q2 2018, largely driven by robust growth within the manufacturing sector, which swelled 10.2% YOY. All clusters within Singapore’s manufacturing sector expanded in Q2 2018, with the electronics, biomedical manufacturing and transport engineering sectors being the key drivers of growth, contributing 4.6%, 2.7% and 1.4% respectively to the 10.2% growth rate of the entire manufacturing sector. Growth in the electronics sector was primarily driven by strong performance in the global semiconductor industry, helped by higher globa
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Sudhan P.
2018-08-03 11:58:39
3 Companies That Have Repurchased Their Shares This Week
Share buybacks can be beneficial for shareholders if done for the correct reasons. Here are three stocks picked at random that have repurchased their shares thus far during the week, as of market open today. Stamford Land Corporation Ltd (SGX: H07) Stamford Land is Australasia’s largest independent owner and operator of luxury hotels. It has a portfolio of prime hotels and investment properties in Australia and New Zealand. On 1 August 2018, the company bought back 1,140,900 shares at S$0.48 per share. The cost came up to around S$548,500. The recent share buyback is the first for the company in recent history. Stamford Land shares closed at S$0.495 apiece on Thursday. This translates to a price-to-book (PB) ratio of 0.8 and a dividend yield of 2%. AEM Holdings Ltd (SGX: AWX) AEM
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Jeremy Chia
2018-08-03 11:40:25
Why Did AEM Holdings Ltd’s Share Price Plunge 40% Even Though Its Half Year Net Profit Jumped 43%?
AEM Holdings Ltd (SGX: AWX), a company that mainly produces test handler systems for the manufacturing of semiconductors, released its earnings update for the first half of 2018 on Monday (30 July). The company released a good set of results for the period but management cited a few concerns that may have spooked investors, causing its share price to nose-dive more than 15% the next day and a further 25% the following day. Here are some important things to note about the company’s latest earnings update. Strong growth in earnings In the first half of 2018, revenue increased 32.4% to S$138.3 million due to growing sales orders for its test handlers and pans and kits from its major customer (likely to be Intel). Net profit, likewise, improved 43.4% to S$12.3 million to S$17.7 million. The
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Jeremy Chia
2018-07-24 13:00:31
Earnings Season: 2 Beaten Down Stocks To Watch
Numerous companies are about to release their earnings report card. There are two companies in particular that I will be keeping a close eye on. They are Raffles Medical Group Ltd (SGX:BSL) and AEM Holdings Ltd (SGX: AWX). Both these companies have been hit by massive sell-downs, leading to share prices falling more than 30% from their peaks. Raffles Medical has been hit by negative market sentiment due to a saturated private healthcare market in Singapore and regional competition for medical tourism. AEM Holdings, on the other hand, after surging in 2017, has fallen hard from its peak due to fears that a US-China trade war can impact the company’s earnings. However, both companies, in my view, have a bright future and the sell down might be overdone. Here’s what I’m looking out for





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